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" ... and unmixed ; and the black, or brown, thick and lustrous. Such is the beauty of this creature, that it Seems by nature fitted to satisfy the pride and the pleasure of man ; and formed to be taken into his service. Hitherto, however, it appears to... "
A General History of Quadrupeds - Page 18
by Ralph Beilby - 1807 - 525 pages
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A History of the Earth, and Animated Nature, Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - Physical geography - 1816
...equally smooth and fine; the , white shining and unmixed; and the black, or .brown, thick and lustrous. Such is the beauty of this creature, that it seems by nature fitted to satisfy the pride and the pleasure .pf man; and formed to be taken into his service. -: -Hitherto,...
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Illustrations of natural history, engravings and descriptive accounts ...

John Le Keux - 1829
...equally smooth and fine, — the white shining and unmixed, and the black or brown thick and lustrous. Such is the beauty of this creature, that it seems by nature fitted to satisfy the pride and pleasure of man, and formed to be taken into his service. Hitherto, however,...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor, Volume 13

1833
...exactness and symmetry, that ine would think that nature had employed the rule and compass to paint them. Such is the beauty of this creature, that it seems by nature fitted to satisfy the pride and pleasure of man, and formed to be taken into his service. Hitherto, however,...
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A History of the earth and animated nature v.2, Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1852
...equally smooth and fine, the white shining and unmixed ; and the black, or brown, thick and lustrous. Such is the beauty of this creature, that it Seems by nature fitted to satisfy the pride and the pleasure of man ; and formed to be taken into his service. Hitherto, however,...
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Goldsmith's Natural history, with notes collected, with a life of O ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1853
...equally smooth and tine ; the white saining and unmixed; and the black, or brown, thick, and lustrous. Such is the beauty of this creature, that it seems by nature fitted to satisfy the pride and the pleasure of man ; and formed to he taken into his service. Hitherto, however,...
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Natural history; or, A short introduction to animated nature

Natural history - Natural history - 1854 - 239 pages
...ribands, are laid over all its body, and are narrow, parallel, and exactly separated from each other. Such is the beauty of this creature, that it seems by nature fitted to satisfy the pride and pleasure of man, and formed to be taken into his service. Hitherto, however,...
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A History of the Earth and Animated Nature ...: With Numerous ..., Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - Physical geography - 1857
...hair equally and fine; the white shining and unmixed ; and the black, or brown, thick and lustrous. Such is the beauty of this creature, that it seems by nature fitted to satisfy the pride and the pleasure of man: and formed to be taken into his service. Hitherto, however,...
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A history of the earth and animated nature with numerous notes ..., Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - 1862
...hair equally and line; the white shining and unmixed ; and the black, or brown, thick and lustrous. Such is the beauty of this creature, that it seems by nature fitted to satisfy the pride and the pleasure of man: and formed to be taken into his service. Hitherto, however,...
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A History of the Earth and Animated Nature, Volume 1, Parts 1-2

Oliver Goldsmith - Physical geography - 1875
...equally smooth and line ; the white shining and unmixed ; and the black, or brown, thick and lustrous. Such is the beauty of this creature, that it seems by Nature fitted tc satisfy the pride and the pleasure of man : and formed to be taken into his service. Hitherto, however,...
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Report, Volume 15

United States. Bureau of Animal Industry - Veterinary medicine - 1899
...was generally believed that they were among the most untamable of wild animals. Mr. Bewick said : " Such is the beauty of this creature" that it seems...its form as well as manner of living, there can be but little doubt but it possesses a similitude of nature and only requires the efforts of an industrious...
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