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" ... some were useful only for their vigilance and barking ; and others for their courage in holding ferocious animals at bay. So large a pack was not indeed maintained without adding greatly to our care and trouble, in supplying them with meat and water,... "
The Animal Kingdom Arranged in Conformity with Its Organization: The class ... - Page 321
by Georges baron Cuvier - 1827
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Biographical sketches and authentic anecdotes of dogs

Thomas Brown - Dogs - 1829 - 570 pages
...their quickness of hearing, others by that of scent; some were useful for speed in pursuing game ; some for their vigilance and barking ; and others for their...and water, for it was sometimes difficult to procure them enough of the latter ; but "their services were invaluable, often contributing to our safety,...
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The British Cyclopaedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Geography ...

1838
...altogether intentional, as I was obliged to take any that could be procured, was of the greatest service in such an expedition, as I observed that some gave notice...were invaluable, often contributing to our safety, und always to our ease, by their constant vigilance, as we felt a confidence that no danger could approach...
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Lessons derived from the animal world, Volume 1

C. T - 1847
...some were useful only for their vigilance and barking, and for speed in pursuing game ; and others for courage in holding ferocious animals at bay. So large...our ease, by their constant vigilance, as we felt a con* Darwin: Naturalist to HMS " Adventure" and " Beagle." fidence that no danger could approach us...
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Dogs

George Frederick Pardon - 1857 - 324 pages
...quickness of hearing, others by that of scent : some were useful for speed in pursuing game ; some for their vigilance and barking ; and others for their...that no danger could approach us at night without it being announced by their barking. No circumstances could render the value and fidelity of these...
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Cassell's popular natural history, Volumes 1-2; Volume 42

Cassell, ltd - 1863
...pack was not, indeed, maintained without adding greatly to the care and trouble of tlie traveller, in supplying them with meat and water, for it was sometimes difficult to obtain for them enough of the latter ; but their services were invaluable, as they often contributed...
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Researches Into the History of the British Dog: From Ancient Laws ..., Volume 1

George Richard Jesse - Dogs - 1866
...intentional, as I was obliged to take any that could be procured, was of the greatest service in snch an expedition, as I observed that some gave notice...were invaluable, often contributing to our safety, ami always to our ease, by their constant vigilance, as we felt a confidence that no danger could approach...
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The Juvenile instructor and companion, Volumes 28-29

Young people - 1877
...pursuing game; and others for their courage in holding ferocious animals at bay. So large a pack were not, indeed, maintained without adding greatly to...latter ; but their services were invaluable, often contrihuting to our safety, and always to our ease, by their constant vigilance, as we felt a confidence...
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