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Title: The country clergyman's Shrovetide gift to his parishioners. Taken chiefly from Dr. Primatt's dissertation on the duty of mercy, and sin of cruelty to brutes. The third edition.
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The country clergyman's Shrovetide gift to his parishioners. Taken chiefly from Dr. Primatt's dissertation on the duty of mercy, and sin of cruelty to brutes. The third edition. by John Toogood



London: J. Chidley, 1837, 443–448. Humphry Primatt, A Dissertation on the Duty of Mercy and Sin of Cruelty to Brute Animals, London: R. Hett, 1776. Richard Dean, An Essay on the Future Life of Brutes, 2 Vols. Manchester: J. Harrop, 1767.

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