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" ... even hides itself, and is often very hard to be found. Though this propensity can hardly be attributed to natural instinct, it is, at all events, a provision of nature of the greatest kindness and beneficence. "
Sheep Husbandry: With an Account of the Different Breeds, and General ... - Page 121
by Henry Stephens Randall - 1856 - 320 pages
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 21

Literary Criticism - 1827
...beneficence. There is another manifest provision of nature with regard to these aniinals, which is, that the more inhospitable the land is on which they feed,...the greater their kindness and attention to their young. I once herded two years on a wild and bare fann called Willenslce, on the bonier of Mid-Lothian,...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor

Music - 1827
...another circumstance which shews the goodness of Providence with regard to these animals, which is, that the more inhospitable the land is on which they feed,...the greater their kindness and attention to their young. I once herded on a wild and bare farm on the borders of Mid Lothian. I was often deeply affected...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 9

Reuben Percy, John Timbs - Literary Criticism - 1828
...beneficence. There is another manifest provision of nature with regard to these animals, which is, that the more inhospitable the land is on which they feed,...the greater their kindness and attention to their young. I once herded two years on a wild and bare faim called Willenslee, on the border of Mid- Lothian,...
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Illustrations of natural history, engravings and descriptive accounts ...

John Le Keux - 1829
...beneficence. " There is another manifest provision of nature with regard to these animals, which is, that the more inhospitable the land is on which they feed,...the greater their kindness and attention to their young. I once herded two years on a wild and bare farm, called Willenslee, on the border of MidLothian...
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The shepherd's calendar

James Hogg - Fiction - 1829
...kindness and beneficence. Another manifest provision of nature with regard to these animals, is, that the more inhospitable the land is on which they feed,...the greater their kindness and attention to their young. I once herded two years on a wild and bare farm called Willenslee, on the border of Mid-Lothian,...
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The Shepherd's Calendar, Volume 2

James Hogg - Fiction - 1829
...kindness and beneficence. Another manifest provision of nature with regard to these animals, is, that the more inhospitable the land is on which they feed, the greater their kindness and atSfeaa tention to their young. I once herded two years on a wild and bare farm called Willenslee,...
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Stories Illustrative of the Instincts of Animals: Their Characters and Habits

Thomas Bingley - Animals - 1840 - 197 pages
...kindness and beneficence. " Another manifest provision of nature with regard to these animals is, that the more inhospitable the land is on which they feed,...the greater their kindness and attention to their young. I once herded two years on a wild and bare farm called Willenslee, on the border of Mid-Lothian,...
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Sheep: Their Breeds, Management and Diseases

William Youatt - 1867 - 159 pages
...worthless one, except for the museum of the curious; therefore, at all hazard to the foetus it must oe immediately removed by the hand, if possible, or,...fill, will search it out again, and with unerring precision—others, severed from their offspring before they had become acquainted with its form and...
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Popular natural history and characteristics of animals

Thomas Brown - 1869
...kindness and beneficence. " Another manifest provision of nature with regard to these animals, is, that the more inhospitable the land is on which they feed,...the greater their kindness and attention to their young. I once herded two years on a wild and bare farm called Willenslee, on the border of Mid-Lothian,...
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