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" ... in the act of bounding into the air, from the shallow margin of the water, or from the wet sand. If any motion of a mute animal could express delight, it was this ; if they had meant to make signs of their happiness, they could not have done it more... "
The journey-book of England. Berkshire (Derbyshire, Hampshire, Kent). - Page 106
by England - 1840
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Natural Theology, Or, Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity ...

William Paley - God - 1811 - 574 pages
...shrimps, in the act of bounding into the air from the shallow margin of the water, or from the wet sand. If any motion of a mute animal could express delight,...this number to be in a state of positive enjoyment; \vhat a sum, collectively, of gratification and pleasure have we here before our view ! The young of...
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Natural Theology: Or, Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity

William Paley - Natural history - 1819 - 302 pages
...shrimps. intheactof-bounding into the air from the shallow margin of the water, or from the wet sand. If any motion of a mute animal could express delight, it was this; if they hod meant to make signs <rf their happiness, they could not have done it more intelligibly. Suppose,...
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Natural Theology, Or, Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity ...

William Paley - Natural history - 1820 - 292 pages
...shrimps, in the act of bounding into the air from the shallow margin of the water, or from the wet sand. If any motion of a mute animal could express delight it was this : ii they had meant to make sign* of their happiness, they could not have done it more intelligibly....
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Views of the Creation

Natural history - 1822 - 192 pages
...margin of the water, or from the wet cand. If any motion of a mute animal can express delig-bt it is this, if they had meant to make signs of their happiness,...have done it more intelligibly. Suppose then, what there is no doubt of, each individual of this number to be in a state of enjoyment, what a scene of...
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The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation

John Pierpont - Recitations - 1823 - 492 pages
...shrimps, in the act of bounding into the air, from the shallow margin of the water, or from the wet sand. If any motion of a mute animal could express delight,...have done it more intelligibly. Suppose, then, what there is no reason" to doubt, each individual of this number to be in a state of positive enjoyment...
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The Works...

William Paley - 1824 - 382 pages
...shrimps, in the act of bounding into the air from the shallow marein of the water, or from the wet sand. If any motion of a mute animal could express delight,...meant to make signs of their happiness, they could not havf done it more intelligibly. Suppose. then, what I have no doubt of, each individual of this number...
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Natural Theology: Or Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity ...

William Paley - Natural history - 1826 - 320 pages
...mute animal could express delight it was thi - f , had meant to make sign's of thefrhaIff,, "he/ąJ not have done it more intelligibly. Suppose, then what I have no doubt of, each individual of th^number to b in a state of positive enjoyment, what a sum, collectively of gratification and p easure...
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The American Manual, Or, New English Reader: Consisting of Exercises in ...

Moses Severance - Readers - 1832 - 312 pages
...shrimps,' in the act of bounding into the air from the shallow margin of the water, or from the wet sand. If any motion of a mute animal could express delight, it was this : if they had designed to make signs of their happiness, they could not have done it more intelligibly. Suppose,...
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The Monthly Repository and Library of Entertaining Knowledge, Volume 3

1833 - 444 pages
...shrimps, in the act of bounding into the air from the shallow margin of the water, or from the wet sand. If any motion of a mute animal could express delight...doubt of, each individual of this number to be in a stale of positive enjoyment; what a sum, collectively, of gratification and pleasure have we here before...
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The American Manual: Or New English Reader: Consisting of Exercises in ...

Moses Severance - American literature - 1833 - 304 pages
...shrimps,' in the act of bounding into the air from the shallow margin of the water, or from the wet sand. If any motion of a mute animal could express delight, it was this : if they had designed to maJce signs of their happiness, they could not have done it more intelligibly. Suppose,...
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