Punch,  56 (1869), 93.

Birds, Beasts, and Fishes. Chapter Seventh. Miss Ida, the Little Duck—the Christmas part Chez Dormice—Porcupine's Opinion—How Goose Takes Advice and Acts on it—The Jolly Old Cock Has His Feathers Again Ruffled—Of the Macaws—Lady Dodo—The Storks, &c.—The Funny Dog is Introduced, and So is Mr. Paul Parrot  [9/19]



Short Fiction, Drollery, Serial


Animal Behaviour, Human Development

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