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" It is highly probable that they extend their migrations under the very pole itself, amid the silent desolation of unknown countries, shut out since creation from the prying eye of man by everlasting and insuperable barriers of ice. "
The Encyclopædia of Geography: Comprising a Complete Description of the ... - Página 356
por Hugh Murray - 1837
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The Port Folio

1814
...of Spitsbergen, in latitude 80 deg. 27min. It is highly probable that they extend their migrations under the very pole itself, amid the silent desolation of unknown countries, shut out since creation from the prying eye of man, by everlasting and insuperable barriers of ice. That such places...
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American Ornithology: Or The Natural History of the Birds of the ..., Volume 3

Alexander Wilson, Charles Lucian Bonaparte, George Ord, William Maxwell Hetherington - 1831
...dreary coast of Spitzbergen, in lat. 80° 27'. It is highly probable that they extend their migrations under the very pole itself, amid the silent desolation of unknown countries, shut out since creation from the prying eye of man by everlasting and insuperable barriers of ice. That such places...
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American Ornithology: Or The Natural History of the Birds of the ..., Volume 3

Alexander Wilson - 1831
...dreary coast of Spitzbergen, in lat. 80° 27'. It is highlyprobable that they extend their migrations under the very pole itself, amid the silent desolation of unknown countries, shut out since creation from the prying eye of man by everlasting and insuperable barriers of ice. That such places...
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The Gardens and Menagerie of the Zoological Society Delineated: Published ...

Edward Turner Bennett - 1831
...more than 80° of latitude ; and Wilson deems it " highly probable that they extend their migrations under the very pole itself, amid the silent desolation of unknown countries, shut out since creation from the prying ey.e of man by everlasting and insuperable barriers of ice." It is not unlikely...
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A Natural History of the Globe: Of Man, of Beasts, Birds, Fishes ..., Volume 4

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1831
...of Spitsbergen, feeding on the water's edge. It is highly probable that they extend their migrations under the very pole itself, amid the silent desolation of unknown countries, shut out from the eye of man by everlasting barriers of ice. That such places abound with suitable food we cannot...
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Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volume 5

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - 1831
...Wilson, from whom the following account is condensed, that it is highly proliable that they extend under the very pole itself, amid the silent desolation of unknown countries, shut out from the prying eye of man by everlasting and insuperable barriers of ice. After having fulfilled the...
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A System of Universal Geography, Popular and Scientific: Comprising a ...

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1832 - 920 páginas
...of Spitzbergen, feeding on the water's edge. It is highly probable that they extend their migrations under the very pole itself, amid the silent desolation of unknown countries, shut out from the eye of man by everlasting barriers of ice That such places abound with suitable food, we cannot...
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A System of Natural History: Containing Scientific and Popular Descriptions ...

1834 - 684 páginas
...of Spitsbergen, feeding on the water's edge. It is highly probable that they extend their migrations under the very pole itself, amid the silent desolation of unknown countries, shut out from the eye of man by everlasting barriers of ice. That such places abound with suitable food, we...
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An Introduction to the Study of Birds: Or, the Elements of Ornithology on ...

Religious Tract Society (Great Britain) - 1835 - 584 páginas
...winter, where, as the author of American Ornithology observes, they have been rearing their young " under the very pole itself, amid the silent desolation of unknown countries, shut out since creation from the prying eye of man by everlasting and insuperable barriers of ice. That such places...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volume 3

1836
...more than 80° of latitude ; and Wilson deems it " highly probable that they extend their migrations under the very pole itself, amid the silent desolation of unknown countries, shut out since oreation from the prying eye of man by everlasting and insuperable barriers of ice." It is not unlikely...
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