3 edition of The porcupine, alias the hedge-hog; or, The fox turned preacher. found in the catalog.
The porcupine, alias the hedge-hog; or, The fox turned preacher.
1784 by Printed and sold by Benjamin Edes & Sons, no. 42, Cornhill; and by the author, at his house opposite subtilty and a ton of stimulators, and enclosed by worth, and a shelter for rabbits. in Boston .
Written in English
|Statement||By L.S. living in Fox-Island. ; [Four lines of scripture texts]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 18774.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, ii, 43, , vi,  p.,  folded leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||43|
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book A porcupine can grow to triple the size, between 20 and 36 inches. Each animal has a tail, which differs in size also. A hedgehog’s tail is up to 2 inches in length, while the porcupine’s is between 8 and 10 inches. The porcupine uses its long tail to.
The Hedgehog and the Fox is an essay by philosopher Isaiah Berlin—one of his most popular essays with the general public—which was published as a book in However, Berlin said, "I never meant it very seriously. I meant it as a kind of enjoyable intellectual game, but Author: Isaiah Berlin.
Detail of a jews harp player accompanied by a tambourine player identified as “Israelites dancing”, alias the hedge-hog; or an engraved illustration facing page 15 of a pamphlet attributed to William Billings: THE/ PORCUPINE,/ ALIAS THE/ HEDGE-HOG:/ OR, FOX turned PREACHER./ WRITTEN AFTER THE MANNER OF IGNATIUS IRONY,/ BARTHOLOMEW BURLESQUE, AND SAMUEL.
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The hedgehog hides beneath the rotten hedge And makes a great round nest of grass and sedge, Or in a bush or in a hollow tree; And many often stoop and say they see Him roll and fill his prickles full of crabs And creep away; and where the magpie dabs His wing at muddy dyke, in aged root He makes a nest and fills it full of fruit, On the hedge bottom hunts for crabs and sloes.
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DE BUFFON: But as it swelled by degrees to a size beyond my first expectation, in the end I was determined to fling it into its present form, and to usher it into the world. The herbivorous or frugivorous quadrupeds keep here the same station that our countryman assigned them; but this class comprehends, besides the Shrew, the Mole and the Hedge-hog.
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