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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 10 haulle Ësthonia supply heath-cocks and grouse, and the wide steppes must furnish the trapp....
" Ësthonia supply heath-cocks and grouse, and the wide steppes must furnish the trapp geese which flutter over their endless plains, where the Cossack hunts them on horseback, and kills them with his formidable whip. All these birds, as soon as the life-blood... "
Handbook for Northern Europe: Finland and Russia - Sivu 500
1849
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The frozen stream: or, An account of the nature ... dangers and uses of ice

Frozen stream - 1846
...Livonia and Esthuria supply heath-cocks and grouse, and the wide steppes must furnish the trapp-geese, which flutter over their endless plains, where the...these birds, as soon as the life-blood has flown, are apparently converted into stone by the frost, and, packed in huge chests, are sent for sale to the...

Handbook for northern Europe, Osa 2

John Murray (publishers.) - 1849
...conveyance to market The partridges come mostly from Saratoff, the swans from Finland ; Livonia and Esthonia supply heath-cocks and grouse, and the wide steppes...horseback, and kills them with his formidable whip. Л11 these birds, as soon as the life-blood has flown, are converted into stone by the frost, and,...

Panorama of St. Petersburg, by J.G. Köhl

Johann Georg Kohl - 1852
...conveyance to market. The partridges come mostly from Saratoff, the swans from Finland; Livonia and Esthonia supply heathcocks and grouse, and the wide steppes...whip. All these birds, as soon as the life-blood has ebbed, are converted as into stone by the frost, and, packed up in huge chests, are sent for sale to...

Cyclopædia of useful arts & manufactures, ed. by C. Tomlinson. 9 divs

Cyclopaedia - 1852
...the trapp-geese whieh flutter over their endless plains, where the Cossaek hunts them on horsebaek, and kills them with his formidable whip. All these birds, as soon as the life-blood has flown, are apparently eonverted into stone by the frost, and, paeked in huge ehests, are sent for sale to the...

Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science and Arts, Niteet 21–22

1854
...Saratoff, swans from Finland, heathcocke and grouse from Livonia and Esthonia, geese from the wide steppes, where the Cossack hunts them on horseback, and kills them with his formidable whip ; tribes of snow-white hares, all as hard as stone, form here a perfect menagerie of the dead. Nothing...

Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers. [Continued as ...

Chambers's journal - 1854
...Suratoff, swans from Finland, heathcocks and grouse from Livonia and Esthonia, geese from the wide steppes, where the Cossack hunts them on horseback, and kills them with his formidable whip ; tribes of snow-white hares, all as hard as stone, form here a perfect menagerie of the dead. Nothing...

An illustrated description of the Russian empire

Robert Sears - 1855 - 686 sivua
...Livonia and Esthonia must supply heathcocks and grouse, and the wide steppes must furnish the bustards which flutter over their endless plains, where the Cossack hunts them on horseback, and kills them witli his formidable whip. All these birds, as soon as the life-blood has flown, are converted into...

The frozen stream, an account of the formation and properties of ice

Charles Tomlinson - 1862
...Livonia and Esthonia supply heath-cocks and grouse, and the wide steppes must furnish the trapp-geese, which flutter over their endless plains, where the...these birds, as soon as the life-blood has flown, are apparently converted into stone by the frost, and, packed in huge chests, are sent for sale to the...

Classic Russian Cooking: Elena Molokhovets' a Gift to Young Housewives

Elena Molokhovets - 1998 - 704 sivua
...conveyance to market. The partridges come mostly from Saratoff, the swans from Finland; Livonia and Esthonia supply heath-cocks and grouse, and the wide steppes...packed up in huge chests, are sent for sale to the capital.191 Wild birds, like wild mushrooms, seem to have have been taken for granted by Molokhovets,...
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The Ladies' Companion

1857
...Finland, heathcocks and grouse from Livonia and Esthuria, while the wide Steppes furnished the trapp-geese which flutter over their endless plains, where the...these birds, as soon as the life-blood has flown, are apparently converted into stone by the frost, and, packed in huge chests, are sent for sale to the...




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