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" I did not know it by experience, is, that those ants knew, some days after, that they had nothing to fear, and began to lay out their corn in the sun. However, I perceived... "
The Cabinet: Or, Monthly Report of Polite Literature - Página 99
1807
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The Guardian, Volume 2

Sir Richard Steele, Joseph Addison - 1714 - 347 páginas
...perceivedtnat the Place was more frequented than before, they never came to it again. What is moft admirable, and what I could hardly believe, if I did not know it by Expenencf, is, That thofe Ants knew fome Days after that theyW nothing to fear, and began to lay out...
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Memoirs of Literature, Volume 3

1722
...and what I could hardly believe, if I did not know it by Experience, is, That thofe Ants knew fome days after that they had nothing to fear, and began...perceived they were not fully convinced of being out of all danger : for they durft not bring out their Wealth all at once, but by degrees, firft in a fmall...
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Memoirs of Literature: Containing a Large Account of Many Valuable ..., Volume 3

1722
...perceived that this place was more frequented than before, they never came to it again. What is moft admirable, and what I could hardly believe, if I did not know it by Experience, is, That thofe Ants knew fome days after that they had nothing to fear, and began to lay out their Corn in the...
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The Guardian, Volume 1

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1734 - 358 páginas
...pci* ceived that the Place was more frequented than before, * they never came to it again. What is mod admirable, "" and what I could hardly believe, if I did not know it by * Experience, is, That thofe Ants knew fome Days after "' that they had nothing to fear, and began to lay out their * Corn...
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The Moral Miscellany: Or, a Collection of Select Pieces, in Prose and Verse ...

1773 - 376 páginas
...perceived that the place was more frequented than before, they never came to it again. What is moft admirable, and what I could hardly believe, if I did not know it by experience,. is, that thole Ants knew fome days after tJiat they had nothing to fear, and began to lay out their corn in...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 5

1785
...and whit I could hardly believe, if I did not knoT» it by experience, is, that thofe nntsknCT* fome days after that they had nothing to fear, and began to lay out their corrt in the fun. However, I perceived they were not fully convinced of being out of all danger; for...
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The Guardian, Volume 2

1797
...and what I could hardly believe, if I did not know it by experience, is, that thofe ants knew fome days after that they had nothing to fear, and began to lay out their corn in the fun. However, I perceived that they were not fully convinced of being out * of all danger ; for they...
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The Addisonian miscellany, a selection from the Spectator, Tatler, and ...

Joseph Addison - 1801
...and what I could hardly believe, if 1 di4 not know it by experience, is, that thofe ant.'i knew fome days after, that they had nothing to fear, and began to lay out thsir corn in the fun. However, jjerceived the.y- w.ere..n,Pt fully conyiuced of hein cf danger, for...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Volume 4

Joseph Addison - 1804
...and when they perceived that the place was more frequented than before, they never came to it again. What is most admirable, and what I could hardly believe,...perceived they were not fully convinced of being out of all danger; for they durst not bring out their provisions all at once, but by degrees; first in a small...
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The Guardian, Volume 2

1804
...and when they perceived that the place was more frequented than before, they never came to it again. What is most admirable, and what I could hardly believe,...lay out their corn in the sun. However, I perceived that they were not fully convinced of being out of all danger ; for they durst not bring out their...
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