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" When apprehensive of danger from dogs, it sought the protection of its master, and would endeavour to spring into his arms for greater security. It was frequently employed in catching fish, and would sometimes take eight or ten salmon in a day. If not... "
A General History of Quadrupeds - Page 482
by Ralph Beilby - 1807 - 525 pages
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Sporting Magazine, Volume 2

Hunting - 1793
...fecurity. It wa? frequently employed in catching lifii, and would ionietimcs take eight or ten falmons in a day. If not prevented, it always made an attempt to break the tilh behind the fin next the tail ; and as foon as one was taken away, it immediately diğed in purlin:...
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Animal Biography, Or, Authentic Anecdotes of the Lives, Manners ..., Volume 1

William Bingley - Animal behavior - 1803
...inexpressible joy, it came creeping to his feet, and shewed many marks of affection and firm attachment. Some years ago, James Campbell, near Inverness, had...attempt to break the fish behind the fin next the tail ; and, as soon as one was taken away, it immediately dived in pursuit of more. When tired, it would...
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Animal biography, or, Popular zoology, Volume 1

William Bingley - 1829
...into his arms for security. It was frequently employed in catching fish, and would sometimes catch eight or ten salmon in a day. If not prevented, it...attempt to break the fish behind the fin next the tail. When tired, it would refuse to fish any longer, and was then rewarded with as much as it could devour....
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The Irish Penny Journal, Volume 1

Ireland - 1841
...apprehensive of danger from dogs, it sought the protection of its master, and would endeavour to spring into his arms for greater security. It was frequently...or ten salmon in a day. If not prevented, it always attempted to break the fish behind the fin which is next the tail; and as soon as one was taken away,...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 18

1841
...master, and would seek to spring into his arms for greater security. It was frequently employed in taking fish, and would sometimes take eight or ten salmon...always made an attempt to break the fish behind the anal fin, which is next the tail; and as soon as one was taken away, it always dived in pursuit of...
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Illustrative Anecdotes of the Animal Kingdom, Volume 15

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Animal behavior - 1845 - 336 pages
...apprehensive of danger from dogs, it sought the protection of its master, and would endeavor to spring into his arms for greater security. It was frequently...always made an attempt to break the fish behind the anal fin, which is next the tail ; and, as soon as one was taken away, it always dived in pursuit of...
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The Church of England Magazine, Volume 21

1846
...apprehensive of danger from dogs, it sought the protection of its master, and would endeavour to spring into his arms for greater security. It was frequently...always made an attempt to break the fish behind the anal fin, which is next the tail ; and, as soon as one was taken away, it always dived in pursuit of...
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The pests of the farm, with instructions for their extirpation

H. D. Richardson - Agricultural pests - 1847 - 108 pages
...apprehensive of danger from dogs, it sought the protection of its master, and would endeavour to spring into his arms for greater security. It was frequently...or ten salmon in a day. If not prevented, it always attempted to break the fish behind the fin which is next the tail; and as soon as one was taken away,...
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The Sportsman's Cyclopaedia: Comprising a Complete Elucidation of the ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - Hunting - 1848 - 940 pages
...Campbell, near Inverness, had likewise a tame otter, which was frequently employed in fishing, and would take eight or ten salmon in a day. If not prevented, it always attempted to break the salmon behind the fin next the tail. When one was taken from, it, it dived for...
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Cassell's popular natural history, Volumes 1-2

Cassell, ltd - 1863
...apprehensive of danger from dogs, it sought the protection of its master, and would endeavour to spring into his arms for greater security. It was frequently employed in catching fish, and wouU sometimes take eight or ten salmon in a day. If not prevented, it always made an attempt to break...
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