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His sparkling conversation flowed continually, and without effort, like an exuberant Artesian well. There was no straining for effect: all was easy...
The melody of birds finds its way to the heart of everyone; but the cause that prompts the outpourings that make copse, rock, and river, ring again on a fine spring morning is more a matter of doubt with ornithologists than the uninitiated in zoological mysteries might suppose.
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November 21, 1789
February 27, 1859
William John Broderip FRS was an English lawyer and naturalist.
Zoological Recreations (1847)
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