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  • [Info] Orang-Outang, Sive Homo Sylvestris: or, The Anatomy of a Pygmie Compared With That of a Monkey, an Ape, and a Man; To Which is Added, A Philological Essay Concerning the Pygmies, the Cynocephali, the Satyrs, and Sphinges of the Ancients, Wherein it Will Appear That They Are All Either Apes or Monkeys, and Not Men, as Formerly Pretended (London: Printed for T. Bennet and D. Brown, 1699), by Edward Tyson
  • [Info] On the Parts of Animals, by Aristotle, trans. by William Ogle (HTML at Internet Classics)
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  • [Info] A Philosophical Amusement Upon the Language of Beasts and Birds: Written Originally in French by Father Bougeant, a Famous Jesuit, Now Confined at La Fleche, on Account of This Work (second edition corrected; London: Printed for T. Cooper, 1740), by G.-H. Bougeant
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  • [Info] A Philosophical Amusement Upon the Language of Beasts and Birds: Written Originally in French by Father Bougeant, a Famous Jesuit, Now Confined at La Fleche, on Account of This Work (second edition corrected; London: Printed for T. Cooper, 1740), by G.-H. Bougeant
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