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their Catching of Whales in Greenland.
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whereon is curiously engraven: every BEAST,
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PS-A LM 1. 10, 11.
upon a thousand Hills. I know all the Fowls of the
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A TABLE of the CREATURES
described in the Book.
First, Of the BEASTS.
Manticora ibid. Antelope ibid. Lamia
Jaccall Panther Leopard Tiger Rhinoceros Unicorn Bear Ant-Bear Wolf Ounce Rompo Buffalo Bull Cow Ox Horse Afs Mula Fox Racoon Sagoin Berbe Porcupine Badger Hedge-Hog Hyena
ibid. Allocamelus ibid. Sheep
6 Strepsiceros ibid. Ibex
Mumor ibid. Baboon ibid. Monkeys
10 Ape . ibid. Bear-Ape ibid. Fox-Ape
11 Lynx ibid. Cameleon ibid. Roe-Buck
22 ibid. ibid.
ibid. ibid, ibid.
27 ibid. ibid,
38 ibid. ibid.
39 ibid. ibid. Bifone
ibid. Wild-Boar ibid. Swine
15 Camel ibid. Dromedary ibid. Mastiff-Dog ibid. Bull-Dog
18 Greyhound ibid. Blood-Hound ibid. Water-Spaniel