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Waldeck Rousseau declares that complaints the requests to see clergymen were not so frequent as had been alleged. Bruce speaks of" What figure the Nubian breed of horses would make in point of swiftness is very doubtful, tlieir form being so entirely different from that of the Ai-abian; but if beautiful and symmetrical parts, great size and strength, the most agile, nervous, and elastic movements, great endurance of fatigue, docility of temper, and, beyond any other domestic animal, seeming attachment to man, can promise any thing for a stallion, the Nubian is, above all comparison, the most eligible in the world.
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