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" There was a stream of from fifty to eighty yards in depth, and of three hundred yards or more in breadth ; the birds were not scattered, but were flying as compactly as a free movement of their wings seemed to allow ; and during a full hour and a half... "
An Introduction to the Birds of Australia - Seite 114
von John Gould - 1848 - 134 Seiten
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The Literary Panorama and National Register, Band 1

1814
...yards in depth, and of three hundred yards, or more, in breadth : the birds were not scattered, but flying as compactly as a free movement of their wings seemed to allow ; and during a full hour anil a half, this stream of Petrels continued to pass without interruption, at a rate little inferior...
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Calcutta Magazine and Monthly Register, Bände 4-6

1830
...scattered, batfiying as compactly as a free moTement of their wings seemed to allow ; and during a full hoar and a half this stream of petrels continued to pass...rate little inferior to the swiftness of the pigeon. Taking the stream to have been 50 yards deep and 300 ia breadth, and that it moved at the rate of 30...
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Biographia Borealis: Or, Lives of Distinguished Northerns

Hartley Coleridge - 1833 - 732 Seiten
...scattered, but flying as compactly as a free movement of their wings secmed to allow, and during nfn|l hour and a half, this stream of Petrels continued...rate little inferior to the swiftness of the pigeon. Taking the stream to have been fifty yards decp, and three hundred in breadth, and that it moved at...
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The Worthies of Yorkshire and Lancashire;: Being Lives of the Most ...

Hartley Coleridge - 1836 - 732 Seiten
...eighty yards in depth, and of three hundred yards or more in breadth ; the birds were not scattered, but flying as compactly as a free movement of their wings...rate little inferior to the swiftness of the pigeon. Taking the stream to have been fifty yards deep, and three hundred in breadth, and that it moved at...
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The Quarterly review, Band 12

1815
...nearly eighty yards in depth and three hundred or more in breadth ; and it passed for an hour anda half without interruption, at a rate little inferior to the swiftness of the pigeon. ' Taking the stream to have been only fifty yards deep by three hun.dred in width and that it moved...
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The History of Tasmania, Band 1

John West - 1852 - 380 Seiten
...flying as compactly as a free movement of their wings seemed to allow; and during a full hour and a-half this stream of petrels continued to pass without interruption,...swiftness of the pigeon. On the lowest computation he thought the number could not have been less than a hundred millions. This bird burrows in the ground,...
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The history of Tasmania, Band 1

John West - 1852
...eighty yards in depth, and of three hundred yards or more in breadth. The birds were not scattered, but flying as compactly as a free movement of their wings seemed to allow ; and during a full hour and a-halft\iis stream of petrels continued to pass without interruption, at a rate little inferior to...
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The History of Australian Discovery and Colonisation, Teil 1

Samuel Bennett - 1865 - 661 Seiten
...yards in depth, and of three hundred yards, or more, in breadth ; the birds were not scattered, but flying as compactly as a free movement of their wings...rate little inferior to the swiftness of the pigeon. Taking the stream to have been fifty yards deep by three hundred in width, and that it moved at the...
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The Race to the White Continent: Voyages to the Antarctic

Alan Gurney - 2002 - 320 Seiten
...three hundred yards, or more, in breadth; the birds were not scattered, but flying as compactly as free movement of their wings seemed to allow; and...interruption at a rate little inferior to the swiftness of a pigeon." This was a flying larder, but with no need to shoot. The sooty shearwater nests in burrows...
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