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" They were built upon the ground, from which they rose above two feet, and were of vast circumference and great interior capacity ; the branches of trees and other matter of which each nest was composed, being enough to fill a cart. "
An Introduction to the Birds of Australia - Seite 13
von John Gould - 1848 - 134 Seiten
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The Quarterly Review, Band 12

1815
...Captain Flinders found two nests of such extraordinary magnitude, as to leave the matter in doubt. ' They were built upon the ground, from which they rose...which each nest was composed, being enough to fill a cart.' Here are also black swans and white eagles ; the former, indeed, so numerous as to spoil a proverb...
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Atheneum, Or, Spirit of the English Magazines, Band 12

1823
...magnitude : " They were built upon the ground, from which they rose above two feet, and were of »a»t circumference, and great interior capacity : the branches...which each nest was composed, being enough to fill a cut." Perhaps these large ne*ts were adapted for the Goliath bird, mentioned by " Mr. llenderstrom,...
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The Quarterly review, Band 12

1815
...Captain Flinders found two nests of such extraordinary magnitude, as to leave the matter in doubt. ' They were built upon the ground, from which they rose...which each nest was composed, being enough to fill a cart.' Here are also black swans and white eagles ; the former, indeed, so numerous as to spoil a proverb...
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The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Band 14

1844
...They were built upon the ground, from which they rose above two feet, and were of vast cireumference and great interior capacity ; the branches of trees...which each nest was composed being enough to fill a cart." Now I suppose, from the character of Captains Cook and Flinders, we may place implicit confidence...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Band 39

1845
...work at hand, I quote from the Quarterly Review for October 1814, his description of these nests. " They were built upon the ground, from which they rose...which each nest was composed, being enough to fill a cart.1' Now I suppose from the character of Captains Cook and Flinders, we may place implicit confidence...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Band 39

1845
...work at hand, I quote from the Quarterly Review for October 1814, his description of these nests. " They were built upon the ground, from which they rose...which each nest was composed, being enough to fill a cart.'' Now I suppose from the character of Captains Cook and Flinders, we may place implicit confidence...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - 1846
...rose above two feet, and were of vast circumference and great interior capacity ; the branches of the trees, and other matter, of which each nest was composed, being enough to fill a cart." Professor Hitchcock remarks : — " It is certain that no known bird but the Dinornis would...
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Southey's Common-place Book: Special collections

Robert Southey - 1849 - 596 Seiten
...they are inconvenient by harbouring flies." — Vol. 1, p. 321. [Huge Nesti.] " NEAR Point Possession were found two nests of extraordinary magnitude. They...nest was composed being enough to fill a small cart. If the magnitude of the constructor be proportionate to the size of the nest, Terra Australis must...
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Southey's common-place book. Ed. by J.W. Warter, Band 2

Robert Southey - 1849
...they are inconvenient by harbouring Hies." — Vol. 1, p. 3-21. [Huge Nests."] " XEAB Point Possession were found two nests of extraordinary magnitude. They...nest was composed being enough to fill a small cart. If the magnitude of the constructor be proportionate to the size of the nest, Terra Austral!« must...
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Southey's Common-place Book, Band 2

Robert Southey - 1850
...Forbes, vol. 4, p. 82. [Huge Nestt.] " NEAR Point Possession were found two nests of extraorduiary magnitude. They were built upon the ground, from which...nest was composed being enough to fill a small cart. If the [ Wetley'i Use of the Verb " Kill."} WESLEY uses the verb to nill, of which he felt the want,...
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