Tuesday, March 27, 2012


In a descriptive article, now going the rounds, the following high flown sentence occurs : “Through the mountain gorges stray the sullen bear and tawny moose, while the beautiful deer feeds along the solitary waters, and the treacherous panther screams in the tangled thicket.”

Scientific American: New York, November 6, 1846.

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