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" ... and to allow them no pre-eminence but splendour of plumage. But if in general the pretty natives of the torrid zone are more distinguished by the beauty of their colours, than by fulness and power of note, and seem inferior to our nightingale in clearness... "
The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts - 499 페이지
1825
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Travels in Brazil, in the Years 1817-1820: Undertaken by Command of His ..., 1권

Johann Baptist von Spix, Karl Friedrich Philipp von Martius - 1824 - 625 페이지
...note, and seem inferior to our nightingale in clearness and melodiousness of tone, yet this little bird, among others, is a proof that they are at least...subject for physiological investigation. It is at least conceivable that when the almost inarticulate tones of a degenerate race of men, no longer resounds...
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Travels in Brazil, by J.B. von Spix and C.F.P. von Martius

Johann Baptist von Spix - 1824
...note, and seem inferior to our nightingale in clearness and melodiousness of tone, yet this little bird, among others, is a proof that they are at least...subject for physiological investigation. It is at least conceivable that when the almost inarticulate tones of a degenerate race of men, no longer resounds...
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, 12권

1825
...note, and seem inferior to our nightingale in clearness and melodiousness of tone, yet this little bird, among others, is a proof that they are at least...inarticulate tones of a degenerate race of men no longer resounds in the woods of Brazil, many of the feathered songsters will also produce more refined melodies.'1...
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Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy, 3권

1825
...note, and seem inferior to our nightingale in clearness and melodiousness of tone, yet this little bird, among others, is a proof that they are at least...inarticulate tones of a degenerate race of men no longer resounds in the woods of Brazil, many of the feathered songsters will also produce more refined melodies."...
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, 12권

1825
...clearness and melodiousness of tone, yet this little bird, among others, is a proof that they flre at least not destitute of the principles of melody....improvement of man has already had an influence on the n' ' rc birds, remains an interesting subject for physiological It is at least inconceivable, that...
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The Modern Traveller: (VII, 350 p., [1] h. map. pleg.)

1825
...note, and seem inferior to our nightingale in clearness and melodiousness of tone, yet, this little bird, among others, is a proof that they are at least not destitute of the principles of melody." (vol. ip 287.) Mr. Henderson, in his list of Brazilian birds, has the SaUa. " a kind of thrush, and...
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Brazil and Buenos Ayres, 1권

Josiah Conder - 1825
...note, and seem inferior to our nightingale in clearness and melodiousness of tone, yet, this little bird, among others, is a proof that they are at least not destitute of the principles of melody." (vol. ip 287.l Mr. Henderson, in his list of Brazilian birds, has the Sabia, " a kind of thrush, and...
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The Modern Traveller: A Description, Geographical, Historical, and ..., 4권

Josiah Conder - 1830
...note, and seem inferior to our nightingale in clearness and melodiousness of tone, yet, this little bird, among others, is a proof that they are at least not destitute of the principles of melodv." (vol. ip 287.) Mr Henderson in his list of Brazilian birds, has the Sabia, "a kind of thrush,...
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