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From p. 96-97 of West Port Murders by William Burke and Helen M’Dougal (1829). Original from Oxford University. Digitized September 27, 2006.
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From True Stories for Young Children by Mary Elizabeth Southwell Dudley Leathley (1845). Original from Oxford University. Digitized May 15, 2008.
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"A report on boiquiras, commonly known as timber, canebrake or banded rattlesnake — a species of venomous pitviper found in the Eastern United States (see Wikipedia). Discusses collaboration with Charles Wilson Peale, who kept and studied a boiquira at his museum for several years.
Ambroise Marie François Joseph Palisot, Baron de Beauvois (1752-1820) — a remarkable life, including a stint in a circus. More here.”
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From p. 380 of M. de Beauvois’s “Memoir on Amphibia, Serpents,” read February 1797 and published in theTransactions of the American Philosophical Society, v. 4 (1799). Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized January 8, 2010.
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The frontispiece to Atkinson’s Casket, v. 11 (1836). Original from Indiana University. Digitized January 22, 2009.
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From p. 277 of Rural Sports, v. 1, by William Barker Daniel (1812). Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized May 22, 2007.
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From p. 522 of Rural Sports, v. 1, by William Barker Daniel (1812). Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized May 22, 2007.
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From the title page of The Philosophical Magazine, v. 31 by Alexander Tilloch (1808). Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized September 30, 2005.