Black Dwarf,  1 (1817), 9.

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Natural History, Instinct, Taxonomy, Politics

    Begins by observing: 'A similarity of tastes, and particularly of those tastes which may for distinction sake be called instinctive, because the mode in which they are acquired is not very apparent, indicates a similarity of genus, and often supplies the naturalist with a better system of classification, than an outward similarity of appearances'.

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