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" ... at the same time an example of courage, temperance and fidelity. To conceive the importance of this species in the order of nature, let us suppose that it never existed. Without the assistance of the dog, how could man have conquered, tamed and reduced... "
The barouche driver and his wife - Page 12
by Charles Sedley (novelist.) - 1807
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The barouche driver and his wife, Volume 2

Charles Sedley (novelist.) - 1807
...the im** portance of this species of human na** ture, let us suppose that it never ex" isted. j " "Without the assistance of the dog, " how could man...and savage beasts ? ** Hence the training of the dog " se^ms to have been the first art in" vented by man; and the result of " this art was the conquest,...
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The Prosaic Garland: Consisting of Upwards of Two-hundred Pieces Selected ...

John Evans - English prose literature - 1807 - 260 pages
...Without the assistance of the Dog, how could Man have conqnered, tamed- and reduced other animals into slavery ? How could he still discover, hunt down, and destroy noxious and savage beasts? For his own safety, and to render him master of the animated world, it was necessary to form a party...
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Illustrations of the holy Scriptures, Volume 2

George Paxton - 1825
...Without his assistance, how could man have conquered, tamed, and reduced the other animals into bondage ? How could he still discover, hunt down, and destroy noxious and savage beasts ? The dog, therefore, is necessary to the safety of man, and to his dominion over the lower animals....
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Biographical sketches and authentic anecdotes of dogs

Thomas Brown - Dogs - 1829 - 570 pages
...that it never existed. Without the assistance of the dog, how could man have conquered, tamed, and reduced the other animals to a state of slavery ?...discover, hunt down, and destroy noxious and savage beasts for his own safety ? Hence the training of the dog seems to have engaged the early attention of man."...
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The Naturalist, Volumes 1-2

1831
...Without the assistance of the dog, how could man have conquered, tamed and reduced the other animals into slavery ? How could he still discover, hunt down and destroy noxious and savage beasts? For his own safety, and to render him master of the animated world, it was necessary to form a party...
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Select specimens of English prose [ed.] by E. Hughes

Edward Hughes - 1853
...the assistance of the dog, how could man have conquered, tamed, and reduced the other animals into slavery ? How could he still discover, hunt down, and destroy noxious and savage beasts? 1'or his own safety, and to render him master of the animated world, it was necessary to form a party...
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A historical ... dictionary of the holy Bible

John Brown - 1866
...the assistance of the dog, Imw could man have conquered, tamed, and reduced the other animals into 66 ! For his own safety, and to render him master of DOG 201 DOR the animal world, it was necessary to...
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