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" Arab to his mare has often been told, but it comes home to the bosom of every one possessed of common feeling. " The whole stock of an Arab of the desert consisted of a mare. The French consul offered to purchase her in order to send her to his sovereign,... "
On the structure and the diseases of the horse, with their remedies: also ... - Page 28
by William Youatt - 1851 - 483 pages
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A New Family Encyclopedia; Or, Compendium of Universal Knowledge ...

Charles Augustus Goodrich - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1831 - 468 pages
...and his mare, and he grieved for one as much as the other;" and he immediately sickened and died.* The following anecdote of the attachment of an Arab...with indignation and scorn ; but he was miserably |iocir. He had no means of supplying his most urgent wants, or procuring the barest necessaries of...
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A New Family Encyclopedia;: Or Compendium of Universal Knowledge ...

Charles Augustus Goodrich - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1833 - 468 pages
...Breeding, p. 80. ARABIAN HOKSK. of common feeling. " The whole stock of an Arab of the desert consist, ed of a mare. The French consul offered to purchase her in order to •end her to his sovereign, Louis XIV. The Arab would have rejected the proposal at once with indignation...
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A New Family Encyclopedia: Or, Compendium of Universal Knowledge ...

Charles Augustus Goodrich - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1835 - 468 pages
...told, but it comes home to the bosom of every one possessed * Smith on Breeding, p. 80. ARABIAN HOUSE. of common feeling. " The whole stock of an Arab of...send her to his sovereign, Louis XIV. The Arab would hare rejected the proposal at once with indignation and scorn ; but he was miserably poor. He had no...
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The improved art of farriery: containing a complete view of the structure ...

James White, William Henry Rosser - Horses - 1847 - 619 pages
...one is very generally known, but may not be found unworthy of record in a treatise on the horse. " The whole stock of an Arab of the desert consisted...French consul offered to purchase her in order to present her to his sovereign Louis XIV. The Arab would have rejected the proposal at once with indignation...
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Minnie's Pet Horse ... Illustrated

Madeline Leslie, John N. Hyde, Samuel Smith Kilburn, Richard P. Mallory - Arabian horse - 1864 - 160 pages
...poor Arab in the desert — so poor that he had nothing but his mare. The French consul saw her, and offered to purchase her, in order to send her to his sovereign, Louis XIY. The Arab would have rejected the proposal at once with indignation and scorn, but for his poverty....
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The Horse: With a Treatise on Draught

William Youatt, Walker Watson - Horses - 1866 - 589 pages
...afterwards died. The following anecdote of the attachment of an Arab to his mare has often been told : — ' The whole stock of an Arab of the desert consisted...purchase her in order to send her to his sovereign, Louis XTV. The Arab would have rejected the proposal, but he was miserably poor ; he had scarcely a rag to...
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Youatt on the Structure and the Diseases of the Horse with Their Remedies ...

William Youatt - Horses - 1879 - 483 pages
...every one possessed of common feeling. " The whole stock of an Arab of the desert consisted of a inare. The French consul offered to purchase her in order to send her to his sovereign, Louis XIV. The Aral) would have rejected the proposal at once with indignation and scorn ; but he was miserably poor....
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The Standard Library of Natural History: Embracing Living Animals ..., Volume 1

Charles John Cornish - Zoology - 1908
...affection of the Arab for his horse is proverbial. The following story is certainly worth repeating : " The whole stock of an Arab of the desert consisted...Louis XIV. The Arab would have rejected the proposal ; but being miserably poor, with scarcely a rag to cover him, his wife and children starving, he was...
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