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" Those dip their crooked beak in kindred blood : Some haunt the rushy moor, the lonely woods ; Some bathe their silver plumage in the floods ; Some fly to man, his household gods implore, And gather round his hospitable door, Wait the known call, and find... "
The Canary Bird: A Moral Fiction : Interspersed with Poetry - 第 36 頁
Edward Augustus Kendall 著 - 1799 - 148 頁
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Poetry for children, selected by L. Aikin

Poetry - 1806
...plow with busy wing the peopled air ? These cleave the crumbling bark for insect food, Those dip their crooked beak in kindred blood ; Some haunt the rushy...silver plumage in the floods ; Some fly to man, his household gods implore, And gather round his hospitable door; Wait the known call, and find protection...
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The universal preceptor: being a general grammar of arts, sciences, and ...

1816 - 317 頁
...declare That plough with busy wing the peopled air? These, cleave the crumbling hark for insect-food; Those, dip the crooked beak in kindred blood{ Some, haunt the rushy moor, the lonely woods ; Some, hathe their silver-plumage in the floods} Some, fly to man, his household-gods implore, And gather...
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Time's Telescope

1817
...ice in the same manner as upon land. There they sleep ; there too they sometimes hatch their young *. Who the various nations can declare That plough with...silver plumage in the floods; Some fly to man, his household gods implore, And gather round his hospitable door, Wait the known call, and find protection...
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The contemplative philosopher: or, Short essays on the various ..., 第 2 卷

Richard Lobb - 1817
...and others prefer the vicinity of man, and take shelter in his chimnies, or in his hospitable eaves. But who the various nations can declare That plough...Some haunt the rushy moor, the lonely woods ; Some ba_the their silver plumage in the floods ; Some fly to man, his houshold gods implore, And gather...
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The Universal Preceptor: Being a General Grammar of Arts. Sciences, and ...

Sir Richard Phillips - 1817 - 316 頁
...declare That plough with busy wing1 the peopled air? These, cleave the crumbling bark for insect-food ; Those, dip the crooked beak in kindred blood ; Some,...the rushy moor, the lonely woods ; Some, bathe their silver-plumage in the floods; Some, fly to man, his household-gods implore, And gather round his hospitable...
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Poetry for Children: Consisting of Short Pieces to be Committed to Memory

1820
...plow with busy wing the peopled air ? These cleave the crumbling bark forinsect food, Those dip their crooked beak in kindred blood ; Some haunt the rushy...silver plumage in the floods ; Some fly to man, his household gods implore, And gather round his hospitable door ; Wait the known call, and find protection...
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Poems [signed A.L. Aikin.]. To which is added, An epistle to S. Wilberforce, esq

Anna Laetitia Barbauld - 1820
...plough with busy wing the peopled air ? These cleave the crumbling hark for insect food; Those dip their crooked beak in kindred blood ; Some haunt the rushy moor, the lonely woods ; Some hathe their silver plumage in the floods; Some fly to man, his household gods implore, And gather round...
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Universal Science Or the Cabinet of Nature and Art, Comprising Above ..., 第 1 卷

Alexander Jamleson - 1821
...declare That plough with busy wing the peopled air? These, cleave the crumbling bark for insect-food; Those, dip the crooked beak in kindred blood; Some,...silver plumage in the floods; Some, fly to man, his household-gods implore, And gather round his hospitable door, Wait the known call, and find protection...
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Time's Telescope

1821
...These cleave the crumbling bark for insect food ; Those dtp the crooked beak in kindred blood; Sonte haunt, the rushy moor, the lonely woods ; Some bathe...silver plumage in the floods; Some fly to man, his household gods implore,. And gather round his hospitable door,, Wait the known call, and find protection...
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The Book of Nature Laid Open: In a Popular Survey of the Phenomena and ...

Rev. W. Hutton - 1822 - 281 頁
...had their eyes open, and were not deprived of the power of reasoning. CHAP. VII. • • • SIRDS. " But who the various nations can declare, That plough...; Some bathe their silver plumage in the floods." THE Ostrich, the Emu, and the Cassowary, are not only remarkable, by reason of their superiority of...
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