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" ... of giving them more breath, and also to hinder their neighing in battle. The Flemish Horses are greatly inferior to those of Holland: they have almost all large heads, flat feet, and are subject to humours in the eyes; and these two last are essential... "
Truths and Fables - Página 18
1847 - 61 páginas
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The genealogy of the English race horse; with the natural history of his ...

Thomas Hornby Morland - 1810
...and Arabian deserts : he adds, that they outrun the dogs and domestic horses. According to Marmol, the Arabian horses are descended from the wild horses in the deserts of Arabia, of which studs were formed very anciently, and which multiplied so greatly, as to spread over all Asia...
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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
...humours in the eyes; and these two last are essential defects in coach Horses. According to Marmol, the Arabian Horses are descended from the wild Horses in the deserts of Arabia, of which, in ancient times, large studs were formed, which have multiplied so much, that all Asia and...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volumen2

1835
...humours in the eyes ; and these two last are essential defects in coach Horses. " According to Marmol, r this wild wood, And view the haunts of Nature. The calm shade Shall bring a k of which, ir. ancient times, large studs were formed, which have multiplied so much, tnat all Asia...
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The Family Magazine, Or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge, Volumen2

1835
...humours in the eyes ; and these two last are essential defects in coach Horses. " According to Marmol, the Arabian Horses are descended from the wild Horses in the deserts of Arabia, of which, in ancient times, large studs were formed, •which hare multiplied so much, that all Asia...
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The Horse of America in His Derivation, History and Development ...

John Hankins Wallace - 1897 - 578 páginas
...not to commit himself nor indorse it in any form. In Vol. I., p. 237, he says: "According to Manuol, the Arabian horses are descended from the wild horses in the deserts of Arabia, of which, in ancient times, large studs were formed," etc. In going further, to find where Mannol got...
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