Opera; Itinerarium Kambriae Et Descriptio Kambriae Volume 6

Opera; Itinerarium Kambriae Et Descriptio Kambriae Volume 6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ...desuper trans breathe in water as air. teeth. 1 After stilla Camden has "de " facili," which I have found in no manuscript of this treatise; but it is in the Descr. Kamb. infra. to " ad secandum," in He. D., &c. Not in R. B. 4 crescendo D. Rd., Camden. Not in Hc., and not iu manuscripts-subintret 11. B. D., &c.; sub-I of 1st edition of the Dcscr. Kamb. intrat, Rd.; dissolvat, He. s lit corporis cmnpositione' D. Rd., 3 Ex salicum, fl-c. This section &c.; scilicet corporis conformitato, and the three following ones, down j He. penetrare molitur, ictum audiens et violentiam timens, quam citius ad castri munimenta se bestia confert. Sed primo ad ipsum foraminis ingressum in ripa residens, aquam exsufflat, terram pedibus scalpens immiscet,1 et ex limpida visuique pervia turbidam reddit et ccenulentam; ut sic hostis a ripa cum fuscina ferrea saltum observantis artem arte deludat. In eois autem regionibus, cum canes narium sagaci-The Castor tate sequaces se nullatenus effugere posse praesentit, ut countries. damno partis totum redimat, partem quam appeti naturali industria novit projiciendo in venatoris prospectu seipsam bestia castrat. Unde et a castrando Castor nomen accepit. Praeterea, si bestiam praecastratam canes iterum forte persequantur, ad eminentem statim se conferens locum, coxa in altum elevata, partem venatori quam appetit praecisam ostendit. De quibuss Cicero in Scauriana; " Redimunt se ex illa " parte corporis, propter quam maxime expetuntur." Juvenalis; " Qui se Juv. xii. " Eunuchum ipse facit, cupiens evadere damno " Testiculi." Et Bernardus; " Prodit item castor proprio de corpore velox Bernard. " Reddere quas sequitur hostis avarus opes...".show more

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  • Paperback | 122 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 231g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236756592
  • 9781236756596