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" It frequently traversed it round, examined the strength of every part of it, retired into its hole, and came out very frequently. The first enemy, however, it had to encounter, was another and a much larger spider, which, having no web of its own, and... "
The Gentleman's and London Magazine: Or Monthly Chronologer, 1741-1794 - Seite 344
1779
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The New London Magazine, Band 2

...and a mu< h larger fpidrr : which having no wch of it's own, and having probably exhausted all it's ftock in former labours of this kind, came to invade the property of it's neighbour. Soon, then, a terrible encounter enfucd, in which the invader leemed to have the viftory,...
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The County Magazine, Band 1

1788
...having probably exhaufted all its itock in former labours of this kind, came to invade the propetty of its neighbour. Soon then a terrible encounter enfued,...laborious fpider was obliged to take refuge in its hole. U pon this I perceived the victor ufmg every art to draw the enemy from its ftrong hold. He feemed...
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Select British Classics, Band 3

1804
...a much larger spider, which, having no web of its own, and having probably exhausted all its stock in former labours of this kind, came to invade the...property of its neighbour. Soon then a terrible encounter ensued, in which the invader seemed to have the victory, and the laborious spider was obliged to take...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith..

Oliver Goldsmith - 1806
...a much larger spider, which, having no web of its own, and having probably exhausted all its stock in former labours of this kind, came to invade the...property of its neighbour. Soon then a terrible encounter ensued, in which the invader seemed to have the victory, and the laborious spider was obliged to take...
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The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ...

1770
...having no web of its own, and havingi probably, exhaufted all its llock in former labours of thi» kind, came to invade the property of its neighbour....encounter enfued, in which the invader feemed to have the vittory, and the laborious fpider was obliged to take refuge in its hole-. Upon this I perceived the...
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The miscellaneous works of OLiver Goldsmith [ed. by S. Rose].

Oliver Goldsmith - 1812
...and a much larger spider, which, having no web of its own, and havmg probably exhausted all its stock in former labours of this kind, came to invade the...property of its neighbour. Soon then a terrible encounter ensued, in which the invader seemed to have the victory, and the laborious spider was obliged to take...
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Essays and The Bee, Bände 1-2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1820
...a much larger spider, which, having no web of its own, and having probably exhausted all its stock in former labours of this kind, came to invade the...property of its neighbour. Soon then a terrible encounter ensued, in which the invader seemed to have the victory, ,ind tbe laborious spider was obliged to take...
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The British Prose Writers: Goldsmith's Essay and Bee

1821
...a much larger spider, which, having no web of its own, and having probably exhausted all its stock in former labours of this kind, came to invade the..."property of its neighbour. Soon then a terrible encounter ensued, in which the invader seemed to have the victory, and the laborious spider was obliged to take...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith: The life of Dr. Parnell. The ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1825
...a much larger spider, which, having no web of its own, and having probably exhausted all its stock in former labours of this kind, came to invade the...of its neighbour. Soon, then, a terrible encounter ensued, in which the invader seemed to have the victory, and the laborious spider was obliged to take...
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The Natural History of Insects, Band 1

James Rennie - 1829 - 352 Seiten
...a much larger spider, which, having no web of its own, and having probably exhausted all its stock in former labours of this kind, came to invade the...property of its neighbour. Soon then a terrible encounter ensued, in which the invader seemed to have the victory, and the laborious spider was obliged to take...
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