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" He was brought up in the nursery with the children ; and, when admitted to my table, as was frequently the case, gave a proof of his taste by refusing to eat any fruit but mangosteens, or to drink any wine but champagne. The only time I ever knew him... "
The Animal Kingdom Arranged in Conformity with Its Organization: The class ... - Page 237
by Georges baron Cuvier - 1827
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1822
...was also a brute of taste, which it displayed at the dinner table, where it was a frequent visitor, by refusing to eat any fruit but Mango-steens, or to drink any wine but Champaigne!! The only instance in which it was ever seen angry was when there was none of the latter...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 94, Part 1; Volume 135

Early English newspapers - 1824
...was also a brute of taste, which it displayed at the dinner table, where it was a frequent visitor, by refusing to eat any fruit but Mango-steens, or to drink any wine but Champagne. The only instance in which it was ever seen angry was when there was none of the latter at the dessert. Bruen...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 4

1835
...Stamford in the Linnfan Tranxactiniis, ' they become very tame. One lived for two years in my possession. He was brought up in the nursery with the children...or to drink any wine but champagne. The only time I ever knew him to be out of humour was on an occasion when no champagne was forthcoming. It was naturally...
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The Treasury of Natural History: Or, A Popular Dictionary of Animated Nature ...

Samuel Maunder - Animals - 1848 - 812 pages
...domestlOne which Sir Stamford Raffle* when young ii thtu described by noMCued i him : - Hi im : -• He was brought up In the nursery with the children ; and. when admitted to my table, ╗л waź frequently the case, pave a proof of hie tartc by refusing to cat any fruit ВКДА. —...
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Sketches in Natural History: History of the Mammalia ...

Mammals - 1849
...those of the deserted villages in the Fassuma district of Sumatra destroyed by it. 66.— Malayan Bear. gave a proof of his taste by refusing to eat any fruit...or to drink any wine but champagne. The only time I ever knew him to be out of humour was on an occasion when no champagne was forthcoming. He •was naturally...
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Zadkiel's magazine, or Record and review of astrology, phrenology, mesmerism ...

Richard James Morrison
...American bear. " When taken young they become very tame. One lived for two years in my possession. He was brought up in the nursery with the children ; and when admitted to table, as was frequently the case, gave a proof of his taste by refusing to eat any fruit but mangosteens,...
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A Catalogue of the Mammalia in the Museum of the Hon. East-India Company

East India Company. Museum - Mammals - 1851 - 212 pages
...are thus described : " When taken young, they become very tame. One lived two years in my possession. He was brought up in the nursery with the children...or to drink any wine but champagne. The only time I ever knew him out of humour was on an occasion when no champagne was forthcoming. He was naturally...
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The National Cyclopaedia of Useful Knowledge, Volume 3

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1853
...these .bears, which he domesticated: — ' It lived," he says, ' for two years in my possession. It was brought up in the nursery with the children, and...table, as was frequently the case, gave a proof of its taste, by refusing to cat of any fruit but mangosteens, or to drink any wine but champagne. The...
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History of a Zoological Temperance Convention: Held in Central Africa in 1847

Edward Hitchcock - Temperance - 1855 - 168 pages
...children. " When admitted to my table," says he, " as was frequently the case, he gave proof of Us taste by refusing to eat any fruit but mangosteens,...or to drink any wine but champagne. The only time I ever knew him to be It went by various names, as Bum, Brandy, Whiskey, Wine, Ale, Cider, &c., &c.,...
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Entertaining Knowledge

Architecture - 1860 - 620 pages
...describes one of this species: — " He was brought up in the nursery with the children, and wl.i-!i admitted to my table, as was frequently the case,...proof of his taste by refusing to eat any fruit but mangostecns, or to drink anv wine but champagne. The only time I ever knew him to be out of humour...
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