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Exeter-Change [electronic resource]: The Following Is a Catalogue of Part of the Capital Collection of Birds and Beasts Now Exhibiting at the Grand Menagerie in the Great Room, as Above: A Royal Bengal Striped Tyger and Tygress, Being the First Ever Exhibited at the Above Place, Much Superior to Any of the Kind in This Kingdom. - the Tygress Was Landed From the Duckingfield-Hall Indiaman, on the 14th of September, 1796. A Ravenous Hunting Tyger, From Bengal. An Asiatic Panther, From Ditto. A Beautiful Spotted Leopard, From Africa. A Ravenous Laughing Hyaena. A Wonderful Polar or Sea Lion; An Amphibious Animal, Which Cannot Live Without Being Washed With Water Every Day. A Jackall, or Lion's Provider. A Ravenous Wolf, From Siberia, in Russia. A Beautiful Antelope, From Asia. A Large Tyger Cat; And a Muscovy or Civet Cat. A Large Wild Man of the Woods, That Walks Upright, and Is So Extremely Sagacious as to Understand Every Word the Keeper Says to Him. A Long-Armed Baboon; And a Curious Ape, From Ape's-Hill, in Barbary. A Stupendous Ostrich, Nine Feet High, From the Coast of Barbary. A Pelican of the Wilderness,-a Bird So Remarkable as to Be Mentioned in Sacred History, That Feeds It's Young Ones With It's Own Blood. A Royal Crown Crane, or Bird of Paradise. Two Condor Minor Vultures Very Rare and Scarce. An Imperial Vulture, the Largest Ever Seen in This Kingdom. A Golden Eagle, From Santa Cruz; And a Horned Owl, From Bohemia. And a Variety of Other Animals and Birds, Too Numerous to Insert. Admittance 1s. Each Person. In an Adjoining Apartment, Is a Wonderful Maif Elephant, Which, Although the Largest Animal in the Creation, Is So Sagacious and Tractable, as to Be Obedient to Every Command of It's Keeper; And Is So Exceedingly Tame, That Children Frequently Ride on It's Back With the Greatest Safety, as the Den Is Well Constructed for That Purpose. - Admittance 1s. Each Person. In an Apartment Under the Greatroom, Is to Be Seen From Obscurity, by a Curious Appartus, Variety of Pleasing Perspectives and Public Animation, Far Excelling Any Thing of the Kind Yet Invented. Admission One Shilling Each Person, or the Three Exhibitions for Half-a-Crown. N. B. Foreign Birds and Beasts Bought, Sold, or Exchanged, by G. Pidcock, as Above. .

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EBook; Book; Broadside; Online
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[London] : Hancock, printer, No. 61, Barbican, [1800?]
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English
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1 sheet ; 1/2⁰.
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Reproduction of original from British Library.
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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. Eighteenth century collections online s2009 miunns
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Also available in microfilm (click link to determine reel #).
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English Short Title Catalog, T33761.
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