Mirror of Literature,  6 (1825), 196.

On Cruelty





Cruelty, Religion, Morality, Physiology

    The author declaims in strong terms against cruelty to animals, concluding that he has been led to do so 'from a consideration of several brutal exhibitions which are of late become too common. Among others,' the writer observes, 'a Frenchman has recently shown some revolting trials upon dogs, under a plea of scientific improvements'.

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