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" America, where the wild horse is gregarious, there are herds of five or six hundred, which, being ill-prepared for fighting, or indeed for any resistance, and knowing that their safety is in flight, when they sleep, appoint one in rotation who acts as... "
Dissertations on Subjects of Science Connected with Natural Theology - الصفحة 128
بواسطة Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - 1839
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The Naturalist: Illustrative of the Animal, Vegetable, and ..., المجلدات 4-5

1839
...towards him as if to reconnoitre, or see whether he may be deterred from corning near — if the m»n continues, he neighs aloud and in a peculiar tone,...belonging to a smuggler at Dover, used to be laden with spirits, and sent on the road unattended to reach the rendezvous. When he descried a soldier he would...
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The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science ..., المجلد 23

William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, John Morley, Frederick Arnold, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin - 1839
...flight, when they sleep, appoint one in rotation who acts as sentinel, while the rest are asleep. II a man approaches, the sentinel walks towards him as...all gallop away, the sentinel bringing up the rear. No thing can be more judicious or rational than this arrangement, simple as it is. So a horse, belonging...
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The Monthly Chronicle, المجلد 3

1839
...the rest are asleep. If a man approaches, the sentinel walks towards him as if to reconnoitre or sec whether he may be deterred from coming near ; if the...all gallop away, the sentinel bringing up the rear." p. 132. ******** " A horse, belonging to a smuggler at Dover, used to be laden with run spirits, and...
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The Monthly chronicle; a national journal

1839
...asleep. If a man approaches, the sentinel walks towards him as if to reconnoitre or see whether be may be deterred from coming near; if the man continues,...all gallop away, the sentinel bringing up the rear." p. 132. *##***#* " A horse, belonging to a smuggler at Dover, used to be laden with run spirits, and...
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Dialogues on instinct; with analytical view of the researches on fossil ...

1844
...the rest are asleep. If a man approaches, the sentinel walks towards him as if to reconnoitre or se« whether he may be deterred from coming near — if...arrangement, simple as it is. So a horse, belonging to a smug-j gler at Dover, used to be laden with run spirits ami sent on the road unattended to reach the...
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The natural history of mankind

Stephen Henry Ward - 1849 - عدد الصفحات: 207
...where the wild horse is gregarious, there are herds of five or six hundred, which, being ill-prepared for fighting, or indeed for any resistance, and knowing...belonging to a smuggler at Dover, used to be laden with spirits, and sent on the road unattended to reach the rendezvous. When he descried a soldier he would...
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Marvels and mysteries of instinct; or, Curiosities of animal life

G. Garratt - 1856
...America, where the wild horse is gregarious, there are herds of 500 or 600, which, being ill-prepared for fighting, or indeed, for any resistance, and knowing...rational than this arrangement, simple as it is." Perhaps we ought to beg his Lordship's pardon before we venture to say that there is no proof whatever...
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The Reasoning Power in Animals

John Selby Watson - 1867 - عدد الصفحات: 471
...re1 ' Dialognes on Instinct,' dial. iii. connoitre and see whether he may be deterred from coining near; if the man continues, he neighs aloud and in...rational than this arrangement, simple as it is." These horses, too, have not only a sentinel, but also a leader, who directs their movements, and has...
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The Homilist; or, The pulpit for the people, conducted by D ..., المجلد 27

1875
...the rest are asleep. If a man approaches, the sentinel walks towards him, as if to reconnoitre and see whether he may be deterred from coming near, if...continues, he neighs aloud and in a peculiar tone, which arouses the herd, and all gallop away, the sentinel bringing up the roar. E Society, knowing its dangers,...
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The parlour menagerie [signed J.H.].

1878 - عدد الصفحات: 500
...or see whether he may be deterred from coming near ; if the man continues to advance, the sentinel neighs aloud, and in a peculiar tone, which rouses...all gallop away, the sentinel bringing up the rear. THE ARABIAN HORSE. M. Lamartine, in his " Pilgrimage in the East," affirms that Europeans have no idea...
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