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" I observed a yellowish oval spot, the appearance of which was quite new to me. Little time was left me for consideration, as the next moment a smart breeze began to agitate the taller trees. "
Anglo-American Literature and Manners. From the French - Страница 74
по Victor Euphemion Philarete chasles - 1852 - 312 страници
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 30

1831
...moment a smart breeze began to agitate the taller trees. It increased to an unexpected height, and already the smaller branches and twigs were seen falling...sometimes sweep over the country. Turning instinctively towards the direction from which the wind blew, I saw, to my great astonishment, that the noblest trees...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 30

1831
...moment a smart breeze began to agitate the taller trees. It increased to un unexpected height, and already the smaller branches and twigs were seen falling...sometimes sweep over the country. Turning instinctively towards the direction from which the wind blew, I saw, to my great astonishment, that the noblest trees...

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Том 12

1832
...moment a smart breeze began to agitate the taller trees. It increased to an unexpected height, and already the smaller branches and twigs were seen falling...forest before me was in fearful motion. Here and there were one tree pressed against another, a creaking noise was produced similar to that occasioned by...

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Том 12

1832
...agitate the taller trees. It increased to an unexpected height, and already the smaller branches anjl twigs were seen falling in a slanting direction towards...forest before me was in fearful motion. Here and there were one tree pressed against another, a creaking noise was produced similar to that occasioned by...

The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Том 21

1833
...moment a smart breeze began to agitate the taller trees. It increased to an unexpected height, and already the smaller branches and twigs were seen falling...forest before me was in fearful motion. Here and there were one tree pressed against another, a creaking noise was produced similar to that occasioned by...

The Western Reader: A Series of Useful Lessons

1833 - 216 страници
...nex moment a smart breeze began to agitate the taller trees It increased to an unexpected height, and already the smaller branches and twigs were seen falling in a slanting direction towards the ground. 5. Two minutes had scarcely elapsed, when the whole forest before me was in fearful motion. Here and...

Youth's Book of Travel & Adventure

1850 - 342 страници
...moment a smart breeze began to agitate the taller trees. It increased to an unexpected height, and already the smaller branches and twigs were seen falling...forest before me was in fearful motion. Here and there were one tree pressed against another, a creaking noise being produced similar to that occasioned by...

Romance of Natural History: Or, Wild Scenes and Wild Hunters

Charles Wilkins Webber - 1852 - 610 страници
...moment a smart breeze began to agitate the taller trees. It increased to an unexpected height, and already the smaller branches and twigs were seen falling...sometimes sweep over the country. Turning instinctively towards the direction from which the wind blew, I saw to my great astonishment, that the noblest trees...

The rhyme and reason of country life, or, Selections from fields old and new

1854 - 428 страници
...moment a smart breeze began to agitate the taller trees. It increased to an unexpected height, and already the smaller branches and twigs were seen falling in a slanting direction toward the ground. Two minutes had scarcely elapsed, when the whole forest before me was in fearful...

Wild Scenes in the Forest and Prairie; Or,: The Romance of Natural History

Charles Wilkins Webber - 1855 - 447 страници
...moment a smart breeze began to agitate the taller trees. It increased to an unexpected height, and already the smaller branches and twigs were seen falling...sometimes sweep over the country. Turning instinctively towards the direction from which the wind blew, I saw, to my great astonishment, that the noblest trees...




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