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" The dogs were barking round, but afraid to approach him, — for he was now beginning to growl fiercely, and to brandish his tail in a manner that showed he was meditating mischief. The Hottentots, by... "
Narrative of a residence in South Africa - Página 136
por Thomas Pringle, Josiah Conder - 1835 - 356 páginas
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Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa, Volumen2

George Thompson - 1827 - 493 páginas
...the force with which the animal had dashed him to the ground,) we renewed the chase with Hottentots and hounds in full cry. In a short time we again came...at bay under an old mimosa tree, by the side of a mountain-stream, which we had distinguished by the name of Douglas Water. The dogs were barking round,...
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The Farrier and Naturalist

1828
...the force with which the animal had dashed him to the ground), we renewed the chase with Hottentots and hounds in full cry. In a short time we again came...stream, which we had distinguished by the name of Douglas Water. The dogs were barking round, but afraid to approach him; for he was now beginning to...
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The African Observer, Volúmenes1-12

1828
...the force with which the animal had dashed him to the ground, we renewed the chase, with Hottentots and hounds in full cry. In a short time we again came...up with the enemy, and found him standing at bay, by the side of a mountain stream. The dogs were barking round, but afraid to approach him, for he was...
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Illustrations of natural history, engravings and descriptive accounts ...

John Le Keux - 1829
...the force with which the animal had dashed him to the ground,) we renewed the chase, with Hottentots and hounds in full cry. In a short time we again came...stream, which we had distinguished by the name of Douglas Water. The dogs were barking round, but afraid to approach him, for he was now beginning to...
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The Menageries: Quadrupeds, Described and Drawn from Living Subjects..

James Rennie - 1829
...the force with which the animal had dashed him to the ground,) we renewed the chasq with Hottentots and hounds in full cry. In a short time we again came...at bay under an old mimosa tree, by the side of a mountain-stream, which we had distinguished by the name of Douglas Water. The dogs were barking round,...
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A Natural History of the Globe: Of Man, of Beasts, Birds, Fishes ..., Volumen2

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon, John Wright (F.Z.S.) - 1831
...the force with which the animal had dashed him to the ground), we renewed the chase with Hottentots and hounds in full cry. In a short time we again came up with D4 the enemy, and found him standing at bay under an old mimosa tree, by the side of a mountain stream...
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A System of Natural History: Containing Scientific and Popular Descriptions ...

1834 - 684 páginas
...the force with which the animal had dashed him to the ground,) we renewed the chase with Hottentots and hounds in full cry. In a short time we again came...stream, which we had distinguished by the name of Douglas water. The dogs were barking round, but afraid to approach him, for he was now beginning to...
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The Natural History of the Felinæ: Illustrated by Thirty-eight [i.e. 37 ...

Sir William Jardine - 1834 - 3 páginas
...the force with which the animal had dashed him to the ground, we renewed the chase, with Hottentots and hounds, in full cry. In a short time we again...enemy, and found him standing at bay under an old mimosa-tree, by the side of a mountain-stream, which we had distinguished by the name of Douglas Water....
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The Monthly Repository and Library of Entertaining Knowledge, Volumen4

1834
...the force with which the animal had dashed him to the ground,) we renewed the chase with Hottentots and hounds in full cry. In a short time we again came...enemy, and found him standing at bay under an old mimosa-tree,* by the side of a mountainstream, which we had distinguished by the name of Douglas Water....
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Natural History of Quadrupeds, Volumen2

Frederic Shoberl - 1834
...ground, we renewed the chase with Hottentots and hounds in full cry. In a short time we came up again with the enemy, and found him standing at bay under...old mimosa tree, by the side of a mountain stream. The dogs were barking around, but afraid to approach him, for he was now beginning to growl fiercely,...
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