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" ... unable to keep themselves on the wing ; the cattle were starving for want of food, as not a blade of grass, or a leaf, was now to be found ; the sea was much discoloured, but in... "
Chronological History of the West Indies - Página 490
por Thomas Southey - 1827
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volumen74

1812
...with showers of iavilla, unable to keep themselves on the wing — the cattle were staiving for wanl of food, as not a blade of grass or a leaf was now to be found —the sea was much discoloured, but jn nowise uncommonly agitated ; and it is remarkable, that throughout the whole of this violent disturbance...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen82,Parte2

1812
...overpowered with showers of favilla, unable to keep themselves on the wing; .-the oattle were starving for want of food, as not a blade of grass or a leaf was now to be found. Th<- sea was much discoloured, but in no wise uncommonly agitated; anditis remarkable, that throughout...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1813
...overpowered with showers of favilla, unable to keep themselves on the wjng; the cattle were starving for want of food ; as not a blade of grass or a leaf was...uncommonly agitated ; and it is remarkable, that throughout tho whole of this vioknt disturbance of the earth, it coniinned. quite passive, and did not at any...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volumen33

1813
...un:ib!e to keep themselves on tue wing— the cattle were starving for want of food, as not a bl.ide or grass or a leaf was now to be found —the sea was...much discoloured, but in no wise uncommonly agitated. About four o'clock />. m. the noise became more alarming, and just before sun-set the clouds reflected...
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The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies ...

Antonio de Alcedo - 1814
...overpowered with showers of Huilla. unable to keep themselves on the wing ; the cattle were starving for want of food ; as not a blade of grass or a leaf was...and it is remarkable, that throughout the whole of this violent disturbance of the earth, it continued quite passive, and did not at any time sympathise...
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Transactions of the Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York, Volumen1

Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York (New York, N.Y.) - 1815
...overpowered with showers of favilla, unable to keep themselves on the wing ; the cattle were starving for want of food, as not a blade of grass, or a leaf,...and it is remarkable, that throughout the whole of this violent disturbance of the earth, it continued quite passive, and did not at any time sympathize...
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The Climate of London, Volumen2

Luke Howard - 1818
...overpowered with showers of favilla, unable to keep themselves on the wing ; the cattle were starving for want of food, as not a blade of grass or a leaf was...be found — the sea was much discoloured, but in nowise uncommonly agitated; and it it remarkable, that throughout the whole of this violent disturbance...
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The Pocket Magazine of Classics and Polite Literature, Volumen2

1818
...overpowered with showers of favilla, unable to keep themselves on the wing ; the cattle were starving for want of food, as not a blade of grass or a leaf was now to he found ; the sea was much discoloured, but in no wise uncommonly agitated ; and it is remarkable,...
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Kirby's Wonderful and Scientific Museum: Or, Magazine of ..., Volumen4

1820
...overpowered with showers of favilla, unable to keep themselves on the wing; the cattle were starving for want of food, as not a blade of grass or a leaf was...to be found ; the sea was much discoloured, but in no-wise uncommonly agitated; and it is remarkable, that throughout the whole of this violent disturbance...
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Annual Register, Volumen54

Edmund Burke - 1821
...overpowered with showers of favillae, unable to keep themselves on the wing; the cattle were starving for want of food; as not a blade of grass or a leaf was...and it is remarkable, that throughout the whole of this violent disturbance of the earth, it continued quite passive, and did not at any time sympathise...
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