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" ... grave, in the belief that it will not fold its wings nor close its eyes until it has flown to the spirit-land and delivered its precious burden of affection to the loved and lost. "
Stray leaves: poetry and prose, by Adeline - Seite 179
von Jane Sergeant - 1855
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The Southern literary messenger

1850
...Letter. " Among the superstitions of the Scnecas, in one remarkable for its singular beauty. When a maiden dies, they imprison a young bird until it first begins to try io power of song, and thcu, loading it viA tit*e* aad earcues, they loose its bonds over her grave...
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The New monthly belle assemblée, Bände 38-39

...prevails among the Seneca tribe of Indians. win an Indian maiden dies, they imprison a young MM uatil it first begins to try its power of song, and then loading it with kisses and caresses, they loose iU Send* over the grave, in the belief that it will not Wd its wing?, HOT clow its eyes, until it has...
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The Univercœlum and Spiritual Philosopher, Band 3,Ausgaben 1-26

1848
...superstitions of the Seneca Indians, is one, which, for its singular beauty, should be well known. When a maiden dies, they imprison a young bird until it first...with kisses and caresses, they loose its bonds over her grave, in the belief that it will not fold its wings, neither close its eyes, until it has flowji...
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Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly ..., Band 2

John Brand - 1849
...manner with very large ones." [Among the superstitions of the Senecca Indians ta the following: When a maiden dies, they imprison a young bird until it first...with kisses and caresses, they loose its bonds over her grave, in the belief that it will not fold its wings nor close its eyes until it has flown to the...
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The Spirit Messenger: A Semi-monthly Magazine Devoted to Spiritual ..., Band 1

R. P. Ambler, Apollos Munn - 1850
...superstitions of the Seneca Indians, is one, which, for its singular beauty, should be well known. When a XT WEE( ) her grave, in the belief that it will not fold its wings, neither close its eyes, until it has flown...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter

1857
...Timet." AN INDIAN SUPERSTITION. — A beautiful superstition prevails among the Seneca tribe of Indian«. 'When an Indian maiden dies, they imprison a young...it with' kisses and caresses, they loose its bonds near the grave, in belief that it will not fold its wings nor close its eyes until it has flown to...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Band 11

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1857
...children can be saved; for one thousand francs four thousand children. AN INDIAN SUPERSTITION. — A beautiful superstition prevails among the Seneca...and then, loading it with kisses and caresses, they loos« its bonds over the grave, in the belief that it will not fold its wings nor close its eyes until...
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The Finsbury magazine, ed. by A. McAuslane

Alexander McAuslane - 1864
...the world to come. — xx — THAT is a beautiful superstition which prevails among the Seneca tribes of Indians. When an Indian maiden dies, they imprison...bird until it first begins to try its power of song ; then loading it with kisses and caresses, they loose its bonds over her grave, in the belief that...
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Lyrical gleanings from various authors

1864
...grass, and prize the flowers of May, Yet grass is green, when flowers do fade away. ROBERT SOUTHWELL. (" When an Indian maiden dies, they imprison a young bird until it first begins to try its powers of song ; and then, loading it with kisses and caresses, they loose its bonds over the grave,...
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Impressions of Germany

1865 - 451 Seiten
...traits of savage nations there is a touching one recounted of the Seneca Tribe. ,,If a young maiden die they imprison a young bird until it first begins to try its powers in song, then loading it with kisses they loose its bonds over her grave, in the belief that...
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