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" ... also the limbs as far as the knees and elbows. This dress was composed of the skin of some animal, laced in front with thongs of the same material, and having the hairy side inwards ; and it is not impossible it might have been that of the moose deer. "
The Ant, publ. during 1826 and 1827 - Страница 272
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The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal, Том 18

1826
...the hairy side inwards , and it is not impossible it might have been that of the moose deer. He hid no weapon ; but near him, at each side of the body, was found a long sUff or pole, which it was sopposed he had used for the purpose of bounding orer the 5treams ; and...

The United States Review and Literary Gazette, Том 1

1827
...the hairy side inwards ; and it is not impossible it might have been that of the moose deer. He had no weapon ; but near him, at each side of the body,...used for the purpose of bounding over the streams ; and as the body was found near a rivulet, it was further conjectured by the peasantry, that the man...

The Monthly Magazine, Том 1

1826
...inwards ; and it is not improbable that it might have been that of the Moose-deer. He had no tveapon, but near him, at each side of the body, was found a long staff or pole, which it was supposed IIP had used for the purpose of bounding over streams ; and as the body was found near a rivulet, it...

Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy, Том 5

1826
...the hairy side inwards ; and it is not impossible it might have been that of the moose deer. He had no •weapon ; but near him, at each side of the body, was found a long staffer pole, which it was supposed be had used for the purpose of bounding over the streams ; and...

The United States Review and Literary Gazette, Том 1

1827
...the hairy side inwards ; and it is not impossible it misrht have been that of the moose deer. He had no weapon ; but near him, at each side of the body,...used for the purpose of bounding over the streams ; and as the body was found near a rivulet, it was further conjectured by the peasantry, that the man...

The Ant: A Periodical Paper Published in Glasgow During the ..., Броеве 1–27

1829
...discovered. The face was that of a young man of handsome features and foreign aspect; and his li.iir, which was long and black, hung loosely over his shoulders....over the streams. It is conjectured that the body wa> that of one of the Belgic inhabitants of Ireland."— Glasgow ,!/*•• chani&t' Magazine. ] •...

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Том 11

1831
...hairy side inwards ; and it is not improbable that it might have been that of the Moose-deer. He had no weapon ; but near him, at each side of the body,...supposed he had used for the purpose of bounding over streams ; and as the body was found near a rivulet, it was further conjectured by the peasantry, that...

the miseries and beauties of ireland.

johnathan binns - 1837
...hairy side inwards ; and it is not improbable that it might have been that of the moose-deer. He had no weapon ; but, near him, at each side of the body,...supposed he had used for the purpose of bounding over streams; and, as the body was found near a rivulet, it \\aa further conjectured by the peasantry that...

The Miseries and Beauties of Ireland

Jonathan Binns - 1837
...hairy side inwards ; and it is not improbable that it might have been that of the moose-deer. He had no weapon ; but, near him, at each side of the body,...supposed he had used for the purpose of bounding over streams ; and, as the body was found near a 412 ANCIENT SKIN DRESS. rivulet, it was further conjectured...




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