Chambers's Journal

Chambers's Journal

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Very few of these have been domesticated for the use of man, but their preservation in a wild state, and means for an abundant ... of India, and the trackless deserts of Africa and Arabia, far from the haunts of men, and almost as far from food and water ... successively selected1 the top of an old pollard oak, and Mr Selby writes of having known several parallel cases. ... for the number of its partridges, as well as for her zealous agriculturist, Mr Coke, one of the first shuts in the kingdom.

Title:Chambers's Journal
Publisher: - 1836


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