2 edition of Short and pleasing history of the most remarkable beasts & birds found in the catalog.
Short and pleasing history of the most remarkable beasts & birds
|Other titles||Beasts and birds.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 45714.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
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“All Things Being Equal” Photo: Aperture. All Things Being Equal, by Author: John Mcmurtrie. The years of the Neolithic, from around BC to BC, is one of the most important historical phases in European human history, as it is the period when the Twilight Beasts of these islands truly did fade into legend.
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Full text of "Short Sketches of the Wild Sports & Natural History of the Highlands" See other formats.Belknap’s achievement was all the more remarkable, for Belknap had written about a single state, yet his work breathed a national spirit.8 In short, even in ostensibly local history, it was possible—indeed, necessary—to write of the nation and its character, for such writings tended to .