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" Sounds do not always give us pleasure according to their sweetness and melody, nor do harsh sounds always displease. We are more apt to be captivated or disgusted with the associations which they promote than with the notes themselves. Thus the shrilling... "
A Treatise on Some of the Insects of New England which are Injurious to ... - Page 133
by Thaddeus William Harris - 1852 - 513 pages
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An Introduction to Entomology: Or Elements of the Natural History ..., Volume 2

William Kirby, William Spence - 1818
...according to their sweetness and melody ; nor do harsh sounds always displease. Thus the shrillingof the field-cricket, though sharp and stridulous, yet...filling their minds with a train of summer ideas of every a De Geer, iii. 517. See also White, Nat. Hist, ii.76; and Rai. Hist. l*s. 63. b Moufl'et,...
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A Classical and Topographical Tour Through Greece, During the ..., Volume 2

Edward Dodwell - 1819
...associations which they promote thaa with the notes themselves. Thus, the shrilling of the field cricket^ though sharp and stridulous, yet marvellously delights...filling their minds with a train of summer ideas of every thing that is rural, verdurous, and joyful." At the village of Ampelo Kepous we noticed a fountain,...
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A Classical and Topographical Tour Through Greece: During the ..., Volume 2

Edward Dodwell - 1819
...associations which they promote than with the notes themselves. Thus, the shrilling of the field cricket, though sharp and stridulous, yet marvellously delights...filling their minds with a train of summer ideas of every thing that is rural, verdurous, and joyful." At the village of Ampelo Kepous we noticed a fountain,...
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An Introduction to Entomology: Or Elements of the Natural History ..., Volume 2

William Kirby, William Spence - 1823
...displease. Thus the -shrilling of the field-cricket, though sharp and stridulous, yet ma/vellously delights some hearers, filling their minds with a train of summer ideas of every " De Gfeer, iii. 517. See also White, Nat. Hist. ii. 76; and Rai. Hist. Ins. 63. b Mou1fet,...
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The Natural History of Selborne

Gilbert White - 1829 - 343 pages
...captivated or disgusted with the associations which they promote, than with the notes themselves. Thus the shrilling of the' field-cricket, though sharp...some hearers, filling their minds with a train of Hammer ideas of every thing that is rural, verdurous, and joyous. About the 10th of March, the crickets...
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A Natural History of the Globe: Of Man, of Beasts, Birds, Fishes ..., Volume 5

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1831
...associations which they promote, than with the notes themselves. Thus the shrilling of the Field Cricket, though sharp and stridulous, yet marvellously delights...filling their minds with a train of summer ideas of every thing that is rural, verdurous, and joyous. " About the tenth of March, the Crickets appear at...
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Insect Miscellanies

James Rennie - 1831 - 414 pages
...harsh sounds always displease. Thus the shrilling of the field-cricket (Achela eampestris, FABR.), though sharp and stridulous, yet marvellously delights some hearers, filling their minds with a train * De Geer, M£moires, Hi.471. f JR j Biblia Naturae, ii. 217, of summer ideas of every thing that is...
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The Natural History of Selborne

Gilbert White - 1832 - 342 pages
...captivated or disgusted with the associations which they promote, than with the notes themselves. Thus the shrilling of the field-cricket, though sharp and...filling their minds with a train of summer ideas of every thing that is rural, verdurous, and joyous. About the 10th of March, the crickets appear at the...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 34

1833
...give us pleasure according to their sweetness and melody ; nor do harsh sounds always displease. Thus the shrilling of the field-cricket, though sharp and...filling their minds with a train of summer ideas of every thing that is rural, verdurous, and joyous." Wedonotknow whether the Greek insect has naturally...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 34

1833
...give us pleasure according to their sweetness and melody; nor do harsh sounds always displease. Thus the shrilling of the field-cricket, though sharp and...filling their minds with a train of summer ideas of every thing that is rural, verdurous, and joyous." Wedonotknow whether the Greek insect has naturally...
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