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This seemed to me to show very conspicuously the advantage which winged animals have in the matter of cosmopolitan dispersion; for while it was quite impossible for rats, mice, or squirrels to cross the intervening belt of three hundred leagues of sea, their little winged relation, the flitter-mouse, made the journey across quite safely on his own leathery vans, and with no greater difficulty than a swallow or a wood-pigeon.
Sealed from the moth and the owl and the flitter-mouse --
_ORIGINAL TEXT_ _CHANGE_ so dose ‘flitter-mouse’ does is an old preterite præterite instrinsic value it may possess. intrinsic which it belongs; being the same added “)” before semicolon
‘Nesh’ in the sense of soft through moisture, ‘leer’ in that of empty, ‘eame’ in that of uncle, _mother’s_ brother (the German ‘oheim’), good Saxon-English once, still live on in some of our provincial dialects; so does ‘flitter-mouse’ or