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" ... association with mankind. Now we find that there are several different instances of the existence of dogs in such a state of wildness as to have lost even that common character of domestication, variety of colour and marking. "
A History of British Quadrupeds, Including the Cetacea - Seite 196
von Thomas Bell - 1837 - 526 Seiten
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Bände 9-10

1837
...Quadrupeds,' approaches this difficult question more boldly than most zoologists. 'In order,' says Mr. Bell, R Ԉ q 1i M 2 G ~ ~ ;+<v v ؅> r R Ge Ĉ ]3 / 0 ... L y(=r Pb * xʊ{2L Uu 1 | DE A ipq td 4 _C 53 tho Dingo of Australia : there is besides a half-reclaimed race amongst the Indians of North America...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Band 9

1838
...Quadrupeds,' approaches this difficult question more boldly than most zoologists. 'In order,' says Mr. Bell, 'to come to any rational conclusion on this head,...India, and the Dingo of Australia: there is besides a half- reclaimed race amongst the Indians of North America ; and another, also partially tamed, in South...
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The Sportsman

...having for many generations existed in a wild state, removed from the influence of domestication and association with mankind. Now, we find that there...Australia. There is, besides, a half-reclaimed race among the Indians of North America 3 and another partially tamed in South America, * I quote the extract...
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The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'., Band 11

John William Carleton - 1844
...having for many generations existed in a wild state, removed from the influence of domestication and association with mankind. Now, we find that there...very remarkable ones are the Dhole of India and the Dmgo of Australia. There is, besides, a half-reclaimed race among the Indians of North America, and...
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The Natural History of Dogs: Canidæ Or Genus Canis of Authors ..., Band 9

Charles Hamilton Smith - 1839
...refer to the text whence Mr Bell drew his conclusions ; that there exist " several different instances of dogs in such a state of wildness as to have lost...domestication, — variety of colour and marking;" naming as examples the Dhole of India, the Dingo of Australia, a half reclaimed race of North America,...
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Dogs: Their Origin and Varieties, Directions as to Their General Management ...

H. D. Richardson - 1847 - 127 Seiten
...removed from the influence of domestication and association with mankind. Now, we find there are several instances of the existence of dogs in such a state...India, and the dingo of Australia. There is, besides, a half reclaimed race among the Indians of North America, and another partially tamed in South America,...
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Dogs

H D. Richardson - 1851 - 3 Seiten
...removed from the influence of domestication and association with mankind. Now, we find there are several instances of the existence of dogs in such a state...Dhole of India and the Dingo of Australia. There is, hesides, a half-reclaimed race among the Indians of North America, and another partially tamed in South...
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Dogs: Their Origin and Varieties: Directions as to Their General Management ...

H. D. Richardson - 1857 - 127 Seiten
...removed from the influence of domestication and association with mankind. Now, we find there are several instances of the existence of dogs in such a state...that common character of domestication, variety of color, and marking. Of these, two very remarkable ones are the dhole of India, and the dingo of Australia....
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Cassell's popular natural history, Bände 1-2

Cassell, ltd - 1863
...many successive generations existed in a wild state, removed from the influence of domestication and association with mankind. Now we find that there are...instances of the existence -of dogs in such a state of wilduess as to have lost even that common character of domestication, variety of colour and marking....
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The Boy's friend, a monthly journal

1866
...removed from the influence of domestication and of association with man. Now we find the dog existing in such a state of wildness as to have lost even that...are the dhole of India and the dingo of Australia; and it is found that these races, in different degrees, and in a greater degree as they are more wild,...
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