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" ... it before from all air. The hollow in which it lay was split or cloven in two by means of an iron wedge ; and was rather moist at the bottom, but had no visible water. It was nearly the size of a common tea-saucer; and the reptile was about nine inches... "
A descriptive and historical account of Dudley castle, and its surrounding ... - 122. oldal
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The Medical and Physical Journal, 37. kötet

1817
...by the cleaving of the coal, whose thickness and solidity must have kept it before from all air. The hollow in which it lay was split or cloven in two...visible water. It was nearly the size of a common tea. ваоссг; and the reptile was about nine inches long, of a darkish ashy color, and a little speckled....

The Literary Panorama and National Register

1817
...cleaving of thecoaj, whose thk-kncss and solidity must have kept it before from all air. The holluwin which it lay was split or cloven in two by means of...moist at the bottom, but had no visible water. It »vas nearly the size of a common tea-saucer; and the reptile was about nine nchfs long, of a darkish...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 1. kötet

1817
...not live longer than ten minutes on being exposed to the air. The hollow in which it lay was split in two by means of an iron wedge, and was rather moist...visible water. It was nearly the size of a common tea-saucer ; and the reptile was about nine inches long, of a darkish ashy colour, and a little speckled....

The Literary Panorama

C.Taylor - 1817
...the cleaving of the coal, whose thickness and solidity iniiM have kept it before from all air. The hollow in which it lay was split or cloven in- two...iron wedge; and was rather moist at the bottom, but luid no visible water. It »vas nearly thesize of a common tea-saucer; and the reptile was about nine...

The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., 1. kötet

1817
...minutes on In in;: exposed to the air. The hollow in which it чау was split in two by means of an htm wedge, and was rather moist at the bottom, but had...visible water. It was nearly the size of a common tea-saucer ; acá the reptile was about nine inches long, of a darkish ashy colour, and a little speckled....

The American Monthly Magazine and Critical Review, 1. kötet

H. Biglow, Orville Luther Holley - 1817
...solidity of the .coal must have kept it entirely from the air. The hollow place in which it lay was split by means of an iron wedge, and was rather moist at the bottom, but •without water. The cell was about the size of a common tea-saucer, and the - snake was about nine...

The Gentleman's Magazine, 95. kötet,1. rész

1825
...by cleaving of the coal, whose thickness and solidity must have excluded it before from all air. The hollow In which it lay was split or cloven in two,...bottom, but had no visible water. It was nearly the site of a common tea-saucer ; and the reptile was about nine inches long, of a darkish ashy colour,...

The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., 95. kötet

Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1825
...by cleaving of the coal, whose thickness and solidity must have excluded it before from all air. The hollow in which it lay was split or cloven in two, by means of on iron wedge, and was rather moist at the bottom, but hod no visible water. It was nearly the size...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 1. kötet

1817
...not live longer than ten minutes on being exposed to the air. The hollow in which it lay was split in two by means of an iron wedge, and was rather moist...bottom, but had no visible water. It was nearly the si/e of a common tea-saucer ; and the reptile was about nine inches long, of a. darkish ashy colour,...

The London Medical and Physical Journal

...by the cleaving of the coal, whose thickness and solidity must have kept it before from all air. The hollow in which it lay was split or cloven in two...of a common tea. saucer; and the reptile was about nine inches long, of a darkish ashy color, and a little speckled. After it was dead it was thrown aside...




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