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" Further observation and experience have given me a different idea of this little feathered voluptuary, which I will venture to impart, for the benefit of my schoolboy readers, who may regard him with the same unqualified envy and admiration which I once... "
The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine - Page 414
1839
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volume 6

1839
...the globe. Companions of the spring !" Farther observation and experience have given me a different idea of this little feathered voluptuary, which I...himself to elegant pursuits and enjoyments, and was a hird of music, and song, and taste, and sensibility and refinement. While this lasted, he was sacred...
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The Schoolmate, Volume 4

A. R. Phippen - 1854
...the globe, Companions of the spring !" Further observation and experience have given me a different idea of this little feathered voluptuary, which I...unqualified envy and admiration which I once indulged. 1 have shown him only as I saw him at first, in what I may call the poetical part of his career, when...
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Michigan Journal of Education and Teachers' Magazine, Volumes 1-2

1854
...globo. Companions of the Spring! Further observation and experience have given me a different ide» of this little feathered voluptuary, which I will...benefit of my schoolboy readers, who may regard him with tho same unquallified envy and admiration in which I once indulged. I have shown him only ą’ I saw...
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The National Magazine, Volume 6

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1855
...the globe, Companion of the spring !' " Further observation and experience have given me a different idea of this little feathered voluptuary, which I...may call the poetical part of his career, when he in ’ manner devoted himself to elegant pursuits and enjoyments, and was a bird of music, and gong, and...
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Chronicles of Wolfert's roost and other papers. Author's ed, Volume 77

Washington Irving - 1855
...the globe, Companions of the spring ! Further observation and experience have given me a different idea of this little feathered voluptuary, which I...what I may call the poetical part of his career, when ho in a manner devoted himself to elegant pursuits and enjoyments, and was a bird of music, and song,...
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The National Magazine, Volume 6

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1855
...the giobe, Companion of the spring Ć " Further observation and experience have given me a different idea of this little feathered voluptuary, which I...once indulged. I have shown him only as I saw him at tirst, in what I may call the poetical part of his carecr, when he in a manner devoted himself to elegant...
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Chronicles of Wolfert's Roost and Other Papers

Washington Irving - 1855 - 386 pages
...the globe, Companions of the spring 1 Further observation and experience have given me a different idea of this little feathered voluptuary, which I...which I once indulged. I have shown him only as I s4w him at first, in what I may call the poetical part of his career, when he in a manner devoted himself...
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The New School Reader: Fourth Book : Embracing a Comprehensive System of ...

Charles Walton Sanders - 1855 - 383 pages
...irregular. THE BOBOLINK. — CONTINUED. 1. Farther observation and experience has given me a different idea of this little feathered voluptuary, which I...with the same unqualified envy and admiration which 1 once indulged. 2. I have shown him only as I saw him at first, in what I may call the poetical part...
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The Dublin university magazine

University magazine - 1855
...globe, Companion» ofUi« *pri»|;P " Further observation and experience have given me a different idea of this little feathered voluptuary, which I will venture to impart, fur the benefit of my schoolboy readers, who may regard him witli the ¿»ame unqualified envy and...
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Dwight's Journal of Music

John Sullivan Dwight - 1856
...and experience have given different idea of this little feathered vol upFurther me a different tuary, which I will venture to impart for the benefit of...readers, who may regard him with the same unqualified admiration which I once indulged. I have shown him only as I saw him at first, in what I call the poetical...
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