The American Journal of Science and Arts

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S. Converse, 1862
 

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60 페이지 - The roar of the gorilla is the most singular and awful noise heard in these African woods. It begins with a sharp bark, like an angry dog, then glides into a deep bass roll, which literally and closely resembles the roll of distant thunder along the sky, for which I have sometimes been tempted to take it when I did not see the animal.
279 페이지 - Twentieth annual report of the regents of the university of the state of New York, on the condition of the state cabinet of natural history, and the historical and antiquarian collection annexed thereto.
98 페이지 - President and two thirds of the senate, but upon the will of a bare majority of the two branches of the legislature, subject to the qualified legislative control of the President. Upon the power of the President and senate, therefore, there can be no doubt. The only question is as to the extent of it ; or, in other words, as to the subject upon which it may be exerted. The effect of the power, when exerted within its lawful sphere, is beyond the reach of controversy. The constitution has declared,...
64 페이지 - The poor, brave fellow who had gone off alone was lying on the ground in a pool of his own blood, and I thought at first quite dead. His bowels were protruding through the lacerated abdomen. Beside him lay his gun.
63 페이지 - He was not afraid of us. He stood there, and beat his breast with his huge fists till it resounded like an immense bass-drum, which is their mode of offering defiance ; meantime giving vent to roar after roar. " The roar of the gorilla is the most singular and awful noise heard in these African woods. It begins with a sharp bark, like an angry dog, then glides into a deep bass roll, which literally and closely...
303 페이지 - The Science of Language thus leads us up to that highest summit from whence we see into the very dawn of man's life on earth ; and where the words which we have heard so often from the days of our childhood — " And the whole earth was of one language and of one speech " — assume a meaning more natural, more intelligible, more convincing, than they ever had before.
62 페이지 - Suddenly Miengai uttered a little cluck with his tongue, which is the native's way of showing that something is stirring, and that a sharp look-out is necessary. And presently I noticed, ahead of us seemingly, a noise as of some one breaking down branches or twigs of trees. This was the gorilla, I knew at once, by the eager and satisfied looks of the men. They looked once more carefully at their guns, to see if by any chance the powder had fallen out of the pans ; 1-also examined mine, to make sure...
64 페이지 - We picked him up, and I dressed his wounds as well as I could with rags torn from my clothes. When I had given him a little brandy to drink, he came to himself, and was able, but with great difficulty, to speak. He said that he had met the gorilla suddenly and face to face, and that it had not attempted to escape. It was, he said, a huge male, and seemed very savage.
58 페이지 - The two who had emigrated together settled in the two villages on the northwest side of the Missouri, while the single village took a position on the southeast side. In this situation they were found by those who visited them in 1796, since which the two villages have united into one.
59 페이지 - ... villages have united into one. They are now in two villages, one on the south-east of the Missouri, the other on the opposite side, and at the distance of three miles across. The first, in an open .plain, contains about forty or fifty lodges, built in the same way as those of the Ricaras : the second, the same number, and both may raise about three hundred and fifty men.

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