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" Hearkening that cheerful one, who knoweth all The songs of all the winged choristers, And in one sequence of melodious sounds Pours all their music. "
Madoc - Página 162
por Robert Southey - 1812
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volumen3

David Phineas Adams, Samuel Cooper Thacher - 1806
...melancholy made. Solicited the ear ; or gladlier now Harkcnlng that chearful one, who knowcth iii The song of all the winged choristers, And, in one sequence of melodious sounds, Pours all their music. But one wilder stum At Rts came o'er the water ; rising now. Now with a dying fall, in -ink and sweH More...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volumen3

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - 1806
...melancholy made, Solicited the ear ; or gUdlter now Harkening trut cltearful one, who knoweth all The song of all the winged choristers, And, in one sequence of melodious sounds, Pours all their inu.sk. but one wilder atraía At rits came o'er the water ; rising now. Now with a dying fall, in...
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The Monthly anthology, and Boston review

1806
...melancholy made, Solicited the car ; or pUdlici now Harkening that chcarful one, who knoweth aJ Ihe song of all the winged choristers. And, in one sequence of melodious sounds, Poun atl their music. But one wilder strata At fit* csme o'er the water j rising now. Now with a dying...
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Ornithologia, or The birds, a poem, in 2 pt., with an intr. to their natural ...

James Jennings (of Huntspill.) - 1828
...thus alluded to the Mocking-hird : " Or gladlier now Hearkening that chearful one, who knoweth all The songs of all the winged choristers And in one...sequence of melodious sounds Pours all their music." The GROUND-PIGEONS tiny, from mountainous nest, Came also to visit the KING of the WEST. In notes of...
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Ornithologia ; Or, The Birds: A Poem in Two Parts : with an Introduction to ...

James Jennings - 1828 - 468 páginas
...thus alluded to the Mocking-bird : " Or gladlier now Hearkening that chearful one, who know cth all The songs of all the winged choristers And in one...sequence of melodious sounds Pours all their music." Madoc, vol. ii. page 48. The GROUND-PIGEONS tiny, from mountainous nest, Came also to visit the KING...
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The architecture of birds

James Rennie - 1833 - 392 páginas
...we have quoted contain respecting this bird, which he calls — " That cheerful one, who knoweth all The songs of all the winged choristers ; And, in one sequence of melodious sounds, Fours all their music*." He adds in a note that " a negress was once heard to exclaim, ' Please God...
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The Domestic Habits of Birds..

James Rennie - 1833 - 379 páginas
...we have quoted contain respecting this bird, which he calls — " That cheerful one, who knoweth all The songs of all the winged choristers ; And, in one sequence of melodious sounds, Fours all their music*." He adds in a note that " a negress was once heard to exclaim, ' Please God...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review

1842
...number for the conclusion of the subject. JOHN JAMES AUDUBON. " That cheerful one, who knoweth all The songs of all the winged choristers, And in one sequence of melodious sound, Pours all their music." — Southey'i Madoc in Aztlan. A FEW years ago there arrived at the...
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Birds

1842 - 160 páginas
...extraordinary, until we reach the mocking-bird, which Southey calls That cheerful one, who knoweth all The songs of all the winged choristers; And, in one...sequence of melodious sounds, Pours all their music. The ability of parrots to speak, and to increase their stock of words and phrases, is a fact with which...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volumen10

1842
...number for the conclusion of the subject. JOHN JAMES AUDUBON. " That cheerful one, who knoweth all The songs of all the winged choristers, And in one sequence of melodious sound, Pours all their music." — Southey't Madoc in Aztlan. A FEW years ago there arrived at the...
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