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" ... considerate towards animals; and nothing is so likely to give him that excellent habit as his seeing, from his very birth, animals taken great care of, and treated with great kindness, by his parents, and now-and-then having a little thing to call... "
Bees, pigeons, rabbits, and the canary bird, familiarly described: their ... - Page 61
by Peter Boswell - 1842 - 164 pages
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Cottage economy: containing information relative to the brewing of beer ...

William Cobbett - 1822
...value in proportion as he is worthy of being entrusted with the care of animals. The- most careless fellow cannot hurt a hedge or ditch ; but; to trust him with the team, or the/lock, is another matter. And, mind, for the man to be trust-worthy in this respect, the boy must...
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Cottage Economy: Containing Information Relative to the Brewing of Beer ...

William Cobbett - Agriculture - 1822 - 207 pages
...animals. The^ most careless fellow cannot hurt 4 hedge or ditch ; but; to trust him with the team, or fae flock, is another matter. And, mind, for the man to be trust-worthy iii this respect, the boy must have been in die habit of being kind and considerate towards animals...
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Cottage Economy: Containing Information Relative to the Brewing of Beer ...

William Cobbett - Agriculture - 1823 - 196 pages
...value iu proportion as he is worthy of being entrusted with the care of animals. The most careless fellow cannot hurt a hedge or ditch ; but to trust...kind and considerate towards animals ; and nothing is so likely to give him that excellent habit as his seeing, from his very birth, animals taken great...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 38

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - Architecture - 1823
...value in proportion as he ia worthy of being intrusted with the care of animals. The most careless fellow cannot hurt a hedge or ditch ; but, to trust him with the team, or ihejlock, is another matter. And, mind, for the man to be trust-worthy in this respect, the boy must...
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Cottage Economy: Containing Information Relative to the Brewing of Beer ...

William Cobbett - Agriculture - 1826 - 198 pages
...value in proportion as he is worthy of being intrusted with the care of animals. The most careless fellow cannot hurt a hedge or ditch ; but to trust...And, mind, for the man to be trust-worthy in this respe«t, the boy must have been in the habit of being kind and considerate towards animals ; and nothing...
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Cottage economy: containing information relative to the brewing of beer ...

William Cobbett - 1828
...value in proportion as he is worthy of being intrusted with the care of animals. The most careless fellow cannot hurt a hedge or ditch ; but to trust...flock, is another matter. And. mind, for the man to be trust- worthy in this respect, the boy must have been in the habit of being kind and considerate towards...
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Cottage comforts, with hints for promoting them, gleaned from experience ...

Esther Copley - Home economics - 1834 - 224 pages
...ditching; but it is a matter of serious consideration who shail be trusted with the team or the flock; and for the man to be trust-worthy in this respect, the...kind and considerate towards animals ; and nothing is so likely to give him that habit as his seeing from his infancy, animals taken great care of, and treated...
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Cottage comforts, with hints for promoting them

Esther Copley - Art - 1841
...ditching; but it is a matter of serious consideration who shall be trusted with the team or the flock; and for the man to be trust-worthy in this respect, the...kind and considerate towards animals; and nothing is so likely to give him that habit as his seeing from his infancy animals taken great care of, and treated...
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The American Poultry Book: Being a Practical Treatise on the Management of ...

Caleb N. Bement - Poultry - 1843 - 179 pages
...for animals, and of setting a value on them, which, as I have often observed, is a very great thing. For the man to be trustworthy in this respect, the...kind and considerate towards animals ; and nothing is so likely to give him that excellent habit as his seeing from his very birth animals taken great care...
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Rural economy for cottage farmers, by Martin Doyle

William Hickey - 1851
...value in proportion as he is worthy of being entrusted with the care of animals. The most careless fellow cannot hurt a hedge or ditch : but to trust...kind and considerate towards animals ; and nothing is so likely to give him that excellent habit, as his seeing from his very birth, animals taken great...
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