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" ... to mankind. When wandering over pathless deserts, oppressed With vexation and distress at the conduct of my own men, I have turned to these as my only friends, and felt how much inferior to them was man when actuated only by selfish views. "
The Animal Kingdom Arranged in Conformity with Its Organization: The class ... - Page 322
by Georges baron Cuvier - 1827
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The London Magazine, Volume 8

1827
...of danger in one way, and others in another. Some were more disposed to watch against men, and other against wild beasts; some discovered an enemy by their...these faithful animals lying by their side, and have learned to esteem them for their social inclination to mankind. When wandering over pathless deserts,...
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The Young Gentleman's Book: Containing a Series of Choice Readings in ...

1834
...them for preferring our society to the liberty of other quadrupeds. Often in the middle of the nii*ht when all my people have been fast asleep around the...learnt to esteem them for their social inclination towards mankind. When wandering over pathless deserts, oppressed with vexation and distress at the...
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The British Cyclopaedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Geography ...

1838
...their attachment, and have felt a grateful affection toward them for preferring our society to the liberty of other quadrupeds. Often, in the middle...people have been fast asleep around the fire, have "l stood to contemplate these faithful animals lying by their side, and have learnt to esteem them...
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The Obligation and Extent of Humanity to Brutes: Principally Considered with ...

William Youatt - Animal rights - 1839 - 218 pages
...animals, from whom we derive continued and essential assistance, is a moral duty incumbent upon us. " Often in the middle of the night, when all my people have been fast asleep around the fire, have I contemplated these faithful animals watching by their side, and I have learned the more to esteem them...
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The Natural History of Dogs: Canidę Or Genus Canis of Authors ..., Volume 2

Charles Hamilton Smith - Canidae - 1840
...ferocious beasts of prey which fly at the approach of man, and these kind, but too often injurejl, companions of the human race. Many times, when we...these faithful animals lying by their side, and have learned to esteem them for their social inclination to mankind. When wandering over pathless deserts,...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History, Volume 3

Natural history - 1845
...clearly not the case. " Often," says Burchell, in allusion to his dogs, in his ' Travels in Africa,' " in the middle of the night, when all my people have...learnt to esteem them for their social inclination towards mankind. When wandering over pathless deserts, oppressed with vexation and distress at the...
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The dog: its origin, natural history and varieties

H D. Richardson - 1851 - 3 pages
...their attachment, and have felt a grateful affection toward them for preferring our society to the liberty of other quadrupeds. Often, in the middle...side, and have learnt to esteem them for their social esteem of mankind. When wandering over pathless deserts, oppressed with vexation and distress at the...
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The popular educator, Volumes 1-2; Volume 5

Popular educator - 1852
...derives continued and essential assistance, is part of the moral duty of man. " Often in the silence of the night, when all my people have been fast asleep...have I stood to contemplate these faithful animals watching by their side, and have learned to esteem them for their social inclination towards mankind....
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The Popular Educator, Volume 1

1856
...derives continued and essential assistance, is part of the moral duty of man. " Often in tiie silence of the night, when all my people have been fast asleep...have I stood to contemplate these faithful animals watching by their side, and have learned to esteem them for their social inclination towards mankind....
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Dogs

George Frederick Pardon - 1857 - 324 pages
...other quadrupeds. Often, in the middle of the night, when all my people have been fast asleep round the fire, have -I stood to contemplate these faithful animals lying by their side, and have learned to esteem them for their social inclination to mankind. When wandering over pathless deserts,...
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