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" Yet he seems to have known that bees sometimes escaped to the woods: — "Nor bees are lodged in hives alone, but found In chambers of their own beneath the ground: Their vaulted roofs are hung in pumices, And in the rotten trunks of hollow trees. "
Good Company - עמוד 361
1881
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...he seems to have known that bees sometimes escaped to the woods : — " Nor bees are lodged in hivea alone, but found In chambers of their own beneath...little more delectable than the domestic article. IV NATURE AND THE POETS |~ HAVE said on a former occasion that "the true -*• poet knows more about...
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...known that bees sometimes escaped to the woods : — " Nor bees are lodged in hives alone, but fonnd In chambers of their own beneath the ground : Their...little more delectable than the domestic! article. THE PASTORAL BEES. THE honey-bee goes forth from the hive in spring like the dove from Noah's ark,...
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The Writings of John Burroughs. [, כרך 5

John Burroughs - 1909
...rain." It is quite certain he had never been bee-hunting. If he had, we should have had a fifth Georgic. Yet he seems to have known that bees sometimes escaped...pumices, And in the rotten trunks of hollow trees." 82 Wild honey is as near like tame as wild bees are like their brothers in the hive. The only difference...
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The poetical works of John Dryden

John Dryden - 1909 - 1056 דפים
...juice. Nor bees are lodg'd in hives alone, but found In chambers' of their owm, beneath the ground; 60 ce of Persia, as he is call'd, judging that it would be more for God's honor, and But plaister thou the chink v hives with clny, And leafy branches o'er their lodgings lay : Nor place...
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The poetical works of John Dryden

John Dryden - 1909 - 1056 דפים
...Nor bees are lodg'd in hives alone, but found In chambers of their own, beneath the ground; so Tbeir vaulted roofs are hung in pumices, And in the rotten trunks of hollow trees. But pliiister thou the chinky hives with clay, And leafy branches o'er their lodgings lay: К or place...
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The Oxford Book of American Essays

Brander Matthews - 1914 - 508 דפים
...rain." It is quite certain he had never been bee-hunting. If he had we should have had a fifth Georgic. Yet he seems to have known that bees sometimes escaped...little more delectable than the domestic article. [From Pepacton, by John Burroughs. Copyright, 1881, 1895, and 1909, by John Burroughs.] CUT-OFF COPPLES'S...
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...juice. Nor bees are lodged in hives alone, but found In chambers of their own beneath the ground; 60 Their vaulted roofs are hung in pumices, And in the rotten trunks of hollow trees. But plaster thou the chinky hives with clay, And leafy branches o'er their lodgings lay: Nor place...
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