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" CAT. be properly said to belong to our own country, — the Domestic Cat having been probably introduced at a very remote period. In earlier times, when woods and forests covered many parts of the kingdom which are now reclaimed and devoted to agriculture,... "
Zoology: Being a Sketch of the Classification, Structure, Distribution, and ... - Page 213
de William Benjamin Carpenter - 1844
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A History of British Quadrupeds, Including the Cetacea

Thomas Bell - 1837 - 554 pages
...more generally distributed over the face of the country ; but it is now almost entirely restricted to Scotland, some of the woods in the north of England,...and repose, and bring forth and rear their young. In stating the localities and estimating the numbers of this species, it is necessary to guard against...
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Popular cyclopaedia of natural science (by W.B. Carpenter).

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1844 - 608 pages
...the foliage. 190. The Wild Cot is the only species of this family that can Fio. 104.— WILD CAT. he properly said to belong to our own country, — the...rear their young. Hares, leverets, rabbits and birds FAMILY FELID^E ; DOMESTIC CAT, LYNX. are its chief prey. The Wild Cat is found throughout .ill those...
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Zoology: A Systematic Account of the General Structure, Habits ..., Volume 1

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1848 - 594 pages
...under the foliage. 190. The Wild Cat is the only species of this family that can Via. 104.— WILD CAT. be properly said to belong to our own country,...rear their young. Hares, leverets, rabbits and birds are its chief prey. The Wild Cat is found throughout all those countries of Europe, in which extensive...
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Zoology: A Systematic Account of the General Structure, Habits ..., Volume 1

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1848 - 596 pages
...woods and forests covered many parts of the kingdom which are now reclaimed and devoted to agrwulture, the Wild Cat was much more generally distributed ;...young. Hares, leverets, rabbits and birds 214 FAMILY FELID.S; — DOMESTIC CAT, LYNX. are its chief prey. The Wild Cat is found throughout all those countries...
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The Natural History of Ireland, Volume 4

William Thompson - 1856 - 572 pages
...distribution of this species over the British Islands, that it " is now almost entirely restricted to Scotland, some of the woods in the North of England,...woody mountains of Wales, and some parts of Ireland." No further particulars as to localities are given. Sir Wm. Jardine informed me, by letter dated 23rd...
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Zoology: Being a Systematic Account of the General Structure ..., Volume 1

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1857 - 608 pages
...now reclaimed and devoted to agriculture, the Wild Cat was much more generally distributed ; but il is now confined to Scotland, some of the woods in...young. Hares, leverets, rabbits and birds 214 FAMILY FELUXE ; DOMESTIC CAT, I.YNX. are its chief prey. The "Wild Cat is found throughout all those countries...
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Curiosities of Natural History: Second series

Francis Trevelyan Buckland - 1860 - 442 pages
...indigenous to the British Isles. It is now almost entirely restricted to Scotland, some of the woods north of England, the. woody mountains of Wales, and some parts of Ireland. It is necessary to guard against confounding the wild cat with numerous instances of escaped domestic...
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Zoology: Being a Systematic Account of the General Structure ..., Volume 1

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1866 - 606 pages
...species of this family that can Fio. 104.—Woo CAT. be properly said to belong to our own country,—the Domestic Cat having been probably introduced at a...rear their young. Hares, leverets, rabbits and birds are its chief prey. The Wild Cat is found throughout all those countries of Europe, in which extensive...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

1875 - 488 pages
...precision what the learned author really intends by his "wild cat." He says, "It is now entirely restricted to Scotland, some of the woods in the North of England,...woody mountains of Wales, and some parts of Ireland." When we compare the vagueness of this passage with the extreme care exercised in our works on British...
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Curiosities of Natural History

Francis Trevelyan Buckland - 1883 - 392 pages
...species of the family which is indigenous to the British Isles. It is now almost entirely restricted to Scotland, some of the woods in the north of England,...woody mountains of Wales, and some parts of Ireland. It is necessary to guard against confounding the wild cat with numerous instances of escaped domestic...
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