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" Mare of the first class, is from one hundred, to two or three hundred pounds sterling. As the Arabians have only a tent for their house, this tent serves them also for a stable. The Mare, Colt, husband, wife, and children, lie promiscuously together;... "
Truths and Fables - Página 18
1847 - 61 páginas
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Barr's Buffon. Buffon's Natural History,: Containing a Theory of the Earth ...

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1792
...ftables : the mare and her foal, hulband, wife, and children, lie promifcuoufly mifcuoufly together; the children will lie on the body and neck of the mare and foal without being incommoded, or receiving the leaft injury; nay the animals feem afraid to move for...
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Natural History: Containing a Theory of the Earth, a General ..., Volumen5

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1811
...mare and her foal, husband, wife, and children, lie proVOL. v. X niiscuoiu!; miscuously together ; the children will lie on the body and neck of the mare and foal withotit being 'incommoded, or receiving the least iiljnry ; nay, the animals seem afraid to move...
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Buffon's Natural history, corrected and enlarged by J. Wright. (To which are ...

Georges Louis Le Clerc (comte de Buffon.) - 1831
...tent serves them also for a stable. The Mare, Colt, husband, wife, and children, lie promiscuously together; and the little children will lie on the...and neck of the Mare and Colt, without these animals incommoding or doing them the least injury. These Mares are so accustomed to live in this familiarity,...
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Peter Parley's Book of Curiosities: Natural and Artificial. Illustrated by ...

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1832 - 224 páginas
...stable. The mare, colt, husband, wife and children lie promiscuously together ; and the little ones will lie on the body and neck of the mare and colt, without receiving the slightest ill treatment. The mares are so accustomed to live in this familiarity, that...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volumen2

1835
...this tent serves them also for a stable. The Mare, Colt, husband, wife and children, lie promiscuously incommoding or doing them the least injury. These Mares are so accustomed to live in this familiarity,...
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The Family Magazine, Or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge, Volumen2

1835
...this tent serves them also for a stable. The Mare, Colt, husband, wife and children, lie promiscuously together; and the little children will lie on the...and neck of the Mare and Colt, without these animals incommoding or doing them the least injury. These Mares are so accustomed to live in this familiarity,...
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The gardeners dictionary, Volumen1

Philip Miller - 1835
...mare, colt, husband, wife, and children, lie promiscuously together; and the little children will He on the body and neck of the mare and colt, without these animals incommoding or doing them the least injury. These mares are so accustomed to live in this familiarity,...
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Letters from Spain: To His Nephews at Home

Arthur Kenyon - 1853 - 197 páginas
...also for stables ; the mare and foal, husband, wife, and children lie promiscuously together ; the children will lie on the body and neck of the mare and foal, without receiving DEPARTURE. 91 the least injury, and the animals seem afraid to move, for fear...
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Parley's Book of Quadrupeds: for Youth: Embracing Descriptions of the Most ...

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1853
...this tent serves him also for a stable. The mare, colt, husband, wife and children lie promiscuously together ; and the little children will lie on the...and neck of the mare and colt, without these animals incommoding or doing them the least injury. These mares are so accustomed to live in this ISO THE UOR.SiE....
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Buffon's Natural history of man, the globe, and of quadrupeds ..., Volúmenes1-2

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1857
...for a stable. The Mare, Colt, husband, wife and children, lie promiscuously together ; and the liitle children will lie on the body and neck of the Mare and Colt, without these animals incommoding or doing them the leas* injury. These Mares are so accustomed to live in this familiarity,...
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