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The Welsh Pony: Described in Two Letters to a Friend - Primary Source Edition
Olive Tilford Dargan
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Page 59 - This book should be returned the Library on or before the last d stamped below. A fine of five cents a day is incurred by retaining it beyond the specified time.
Page 16 - The Irish Hobbie is a prettie fine Horse, having a good head, and a bodie indifferentlie well proportioned, saving that manie of them be slender pin buttocked, they be tender mouthed, nimble, light, pleasant, and apt to be taught, and for the most part they be amblers, and therefore verie meete for the saddle, and to travell by the way...
Page 5 - Star that received the most impulsive greeting — an applause of love evoked by his irresistible dearness, billowing where he passed until he completed the great circuit. I had the assurance of others who daily haunted the Show that this triumph was a feature of every general parade; and it was then that I began to ask a certain Why?