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" Panting he bounds, his quarter'd ground divides In equal intervals, nor careless leaves One inch untried. At length the tainted gales His nostrils wide inhale ; quick joy elates His beating heart, which, awed by discipline Severe, he dares not own, but... "
Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the ... - Страница 192
1815
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Bell's Edition, Томове 65–66

John Bell - 1797
....leaves 250 One inch untry'd. At length the tainted gales His nostrils wide inhale; quick joy elates His beating heart, which, aw'd by discipline Severe, he dares not own, but cautious creeps Low-cow'ring,,8tep by step ; at last attains His proper distance ; there he stops at once, And points...

The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical, Том 8

1795
...*j* One inch untry 'd. At It ngth the tainted gale» His uoftrib wide inhale; quick jo; elates His beating heart, which, aw'd by discipline Severe, he dares not own; but cautious cre«p> Low-cowering, fiep by ft« p ; at lall attains His proper diliance ; there he ftops at once,...

A General History of Quadrupeds

Ralph Beilby - 1807 - 525 страници
..." One inch untry'd : at length the tainted gales " His nostrils wide inhale; quick joy elates * His beating heart, which, aw'd by discipline " Severe, he dares not own, but cautious creeps, " Low-cow'ring, etcp by step; at last attains * His proper distance ; there he stops at once, « And...

The Poetical Works of William Somervile: In Two Volumes. Collated with the ...

William Somerville, Thomas Park - 1808
...length the tainted gales His nostrils wide inhale ; quick joy elates His beating heart, which, awed by discipline Severe, he dares not own, but cautious...with his instructive nose upon The trembling prey. On wings of wind upborne The floating net unfolded flies, then drops, And the poor fluttering captives...

Lansdowne, Yalden, Tickell, Hammond, Somervile, Savage, Swift

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...leaves One inch untry'd. At length the tainted gales His nostrils wide inhale ; quick joy elates His beating heart, which, aw'd by discipline Severe, he...step ; at last attains His proper distance ; there lie stops at once, And points with his instructive nose upon The trembling prey. On wings of wind upliorn...

Hobbinol, Field Sports, and The Bowling Green, Том 1

William Somerville - 1813 - 118 страници
...length the tainted gales His nostrils wide inhale; quick joy elates His beating heart, which, awed by discipline Severe, he dares not own, but cautious...with his instructive nose upon The trembling prey. On wings of wind upborne The floating net unfolded flies, then drops, And the poor fluttering captives...

The Works of the British Poets: With Lives of the Authors, Том 17

Ezekiel Sanford - 1819
...beating heart, which, awed by discipline Severe, he dares not own, but cautious creeps Low-covering, step by step; at last attains His proper distance;...with his instructive nose upon The trembling prey. On wings of wind upborne The floating net unfolded flies, then drops, And the poor fluttering captives...

The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - 1822
...length the tainted gales His nostrils wide inhale: quick joy elates His beating heart, which, awed by discipline Severe, he dares not own, but cautious...with his instructive nose upon The trembling prey. On wings of wind upborne The floating net unfolded flies, then drops, And the poor fluttering captives...

A general history of quadrupeds [by R. Beilby]. The figures engr. on wood by ...

Ralph Beilby - 1824
...beating heart, which, nw'd by discipline Severe, he dares not own, but cautious creeps, Low-cow'ring, step by step ; at last attains His proper distance...with his instructive nose upon The trembling prey" THE NEWFOUNDLAND DOG. THE drawing of this Dog was taken from a very fine one at Eslington, in the county...

A Natural History of the Most Remarkable Quadrupeds, Birds, Fishes ..., Том 1

Mary Trimmer - 1825
...beating heart, which, awed by discipline Severe, he dares not own, but cautious creeps Low cowering, step by step, at last attains His proper distance...with his instructive nose upon The trembling prey." THE BEAGLE. THIS is the smallest kind of dog that is used in the chase, and is chiefly employed in...




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