Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them

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Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them

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Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them

Excerpt from Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them From the time my fingers were big enough to manufacture a fly-cage with a hollowed cork and a few pins, for the benefit of bluebottles, till now, the Simian family has had great ...

Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them

Excerpt from Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them From the time my fingers were big enough to manufacture a fly-cage with a hollowed cork and a few pins, for the benefit of bluebottles, till now, the Simian family has had great fascinations for me; and to my little friends with tails, this Series of odd Notes - for they cannot lay claim to a higher title - is respectfully dedicated. To literary merit this handbook lays no claim whatever - not further, perhaps, than that of being original in matter and theme. All other lines of the "Fancy" have been well threshed out by a number of experienced writers. Monkeys have been overlooked; and for want of a better book to supply its place, this is edged into the gap, and handed over to the fancier, who may overlook its faults in its help. Whatever credit may be deserving is due to Francis Guy, Esq., of Sudbury, at whose instigation I made close acquaintanceship with quite a colony of monkeys and conceived the idea of scribbling about them. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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Excerpt from Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them The menagerie and the zoological collection are incomplete without a certain complement of monkeys; and whatever else may awe, and frighten, and command the admiration of the gaping crowd, it is this department that awakens the broad grin and the hearty laugh. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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Science gossip

Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them , by Arthur Patterson ( London : Upcott Gill ) . It is a sign of the times that we are no longer ashamed of our poorer relations . It is a better sign still , instead of despising them as poor ...

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Victims of Fashion

A second advice manual, Arthur Patterson's Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them (1888), offers insights into the treatment of another popular exotic pet. Written by a naturalist from Great Yarmouth who had kept monkeys for many ...

Victims of Fashion

Examines the extensive use of animal commodities in Victorian Britain and the humanitarian and ecological issues raised by their consumption.

Journal of comparative zoology

Patterson , A. , Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage them . Profusely illustr . London , L. U. Gill , 1888. 80. ( 112 p . ) 2 s 6 d . Virchow , Hs . , Über das Rückenmark der Anthropoiden . in : Anat . Anz . 3. Jahrg . No.

Journal of comparative zoology


A Greene Country Towne

Katherine C. Grier, Pets in America: A History (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006), 8, 12, 13, 14. 36. Ibid., 264. Arthur Henry Patterson, Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them (London: Gill, 1888), 46, 48. 37.

A Greene Country Towne

An unconventional history of Philadelphia that operates at the threshold of cultural and environmental studies, A Greene Country Towne expands the meaning of community beyond people to encompass nonhuman beings, things, and forces. By examining a diverse range of cultural acts and material objects created in Philadelphia—from Native American artifacts, early stoves, and literary works to public parks, photographs, and paintings—through the lens of new materialism, the essays in A Greene Country Towne ask us to consider an urban environmental history in which humans are not the only protagonists. This collection reimagines the city as a system of constantly evolving constituents and agencies that have interacted over time, a system powerfully captured by Philadelphia artists, writers, architects, and planners since the seventeenth century. In addition to the editors, contributors to this volume are Maria Farland, Nate Gabriel, Andrea L. M. Hansen, Scott Hicks, Michael Dean Mackintosh, Amy E. Menzer, Stephen Nepa, John Ott, Sue Ann Prince, and Mary I. Unger.

Class Catalogue and Author Index of the Osterhout Free Library Wilkes Barre Pa

1893. . GARNER , R. L. Speech of Monkeys . 1892 . JOHONNOT , J. Neighbors with Claws and Hoofs , and their Kin . illus . [ 1885. ) ( Nat . Hist . Ser . ) . PATTERSON , A. Notes on Pet Monkeys , and how to Manage them . illus . 1888 .

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Class Catalogue and Author Index of the Osterhout Free Library Wilkes Barre Pa 1889

1893 . . . GARNER , R. L. Speech of Monkeys . 1892 . JOHONNOT , J. Neighbors with Claws and Hoofs , and their Kin . illus . ( 1885. ) ( Nat . Hist . Ser . ) . PATTERSON , A. Notes on Pet Monkeys , and how to Manage them . illus . 1888.

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In the Nature of Landscape

... taxidermist, shadow puppeteer, Primitive Methodist preacher, travelling showman exhibiting exotic animals, zoo keeper (in Preston and Dublin, with a book giving Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them (Patterson 1888)), ...

In the Nature of Landscape

In the Nature of Landscape presents regional culturallandscape as a new direction for research in culturalgeography. Represents the first cultural geographic study of the NorfolkBroads region of eastern England Addresses regional cultural landscape through consideration ofnarratives of landscape origin, debates over human conduct, theanimal and plant landscapes of the region, and visions of the endsof landscape through pollution and flood Draws upon in-depth original research, spanning almost twodecades of archival work, interviews, and field study Covers a great diversity of topics, from popular culture toscientific research, folk song to holiday diaries, planning surveyto pioneering photography, and ornithology to children’sliterature Features a variety of illustrative material, including originalphotographs, paintings, photography, advertising imagery,scientific diagrams, maps, and souvenirs

Bulletin of the Library Company of Philadelphia

32935 , D. PATTERSON , Arthur - Notes on pet monkeys and how to manage them . L. 1888 . 33238 , D. PHILADELPHIA county medical society proceedings , vol . 8. Ph . 1888 . 21574 , 0 . Pick , Dr. E. - Memory and its doctors . L. 1888 .

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Bazaar Exchange and Mart and Journal of the Household

Aldborough Poultry , Pi . ciation ; Daily Press Dog Notes 193 by it , whereas , if sent by railway or carrier ... 178 worm Miscellaneous tions for Successfully Breeding , Rearing , and Managing the Egg Production 189 To CORRESPONDENTS.

Bazaar Exchange and Mart  and Journal of the Household


Bulletin

K14342 Patterson , A. Notes on Pet Monkeys and how to Manage them . London , 1888. 12o . K 8249 Percival , J. Agricultural Botany . New York , 1900. 8 ° . .K 9104 Pollard , E. H. The Birds of my Parish . New York , 1900.

Bulletin

Consists of "accessions" and "books in foreign languages".

Book Buyer

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Beastly Possessions

“Girls' Pets and How to Manage Them. A Goldfish Aquarium,” Girl's Empire 1 (1902): 106. ... On taming monkeys, see Patterson, Notes on Pet Monkeys, 46, 96–7. Ibid., 96. “That Monkey!” Illustrated London News, 4 July 1885; ...

Beastly Possessions

In Beastly Possessions, Sarah Amato chronicles the unusual ways in which Victorians of every social class brought animals into their daily lives. Captured, bred, exhibited, collected, and sold, ordinary pets and exotic creatures – as well as their representations – became commodities within Victorian Britain's flourishing consumer culture. As a pet, an animal could be a companion, a living parlour decoration, and proof of a household's social and moral status. In the zoo, it could become a public pet, an object of curiosity, a symbol of empire, or even a consumer mascot. Either kind of animal might be painted, photographed, or stuffed as a taxidermic specimen. Using evidence ranging from pet-keeping manuals and scientific treatises to novels, guidebooks, and ephemera, this fascinating, well-illustrated study opens a window into an underexplored aspect of life in Victorian Britain.

The Athenaeum

Shute ( Warne ) , - Through my Heart First , by The substantial orthodoxy of his creed was Patterson's ( A. ) Notes on Pet Monkeys and how to Manage H. T. Johnson ( Fun ' Office ) , -- A Vacation in Them , cr . 8vo .

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