Stories of Animal Sagacity
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Stories of Animal Sagacity

By William Henry Giles Kingston
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  • WHG Kingston
  • "Stories of Animal Sagacity"
    • Chapter One.
      • Cats.
      • The Cat and the Knocker.
      • The Cat and the Rabbit-trap.
      • Affection exhibited by a Cat.
      • The Cat and her young Mistresses.
      • The Cat which died of Grief.
      • The Cat and the Canary.
      • The Cat and the Frog.
      • The Cat and her dead Kitten.
      • The Kitten and the Chickens.
      • The Cat and the Pigeon.
      • The Cat and the Leveret.
      • The Cat and the Puppies.
      • The Cat and the Burglars.
      • The Cat which rang the Bell.
      • The affectionate Cat that could measure time.
      • The Cat and the Prisoner.
      • The Cat and the Hawk.
      • The benevolent Cat.
      • The Cat and her many Guests.
      • The Dishonest Cat.
      • Pussy and the Cream-jug.
      • The revengeful Cat.
    • Cats.
    • The Cat and the Knocker.
    • The Cat and the Rabbit-trap.
    • Affection exhibited by a Cat.
    • The Cat and her young Mistresses.
    • The Cat which died of Grief.
    • The Cat and the Canary.
    • The Cat and the Frog.
    • The Cat and her dead Kitten.
    • The Kitten and the Chickens.
    • The Cat and the Pigeon.
    • The Cat and the Leveret.
    • The Cat and the Puppies.
    • The Cat and the Burglars.
    • The Cat which rang the Bell.
    • The affectionate Cat that could measure time.
    • The Cat and the Prisoner.
    • The Cat and the Hawk.
    • The benevolent Cat.
    • The Cat and her many Guests.
    • The Dishonest Cat.
    • Pussy and the Cream-jug.
    • The revengeful Cat.
    • Chapter Two.
      • Dogs.
      • The Dog Rosswell.
      • The Shepherd’s Dog and the lost Child.
      • My Dog Alp.
      • The Dog and the Thief.
      • The Cleanly Dog.
      • Master Rough.
      • Byron, the Newfoundland Dog.
      • The Newfoundland Dog and the marked Shilling.
      • The lost Keys.
      • The Dog which acted as Constable.
      • The lost Child recovered.
      • Dog waking up Servants.
      • The Sheep-Dog and his Mistress’s Cloak.
      • The Dog and the Mare.
      • The two Dogs and their Charge.
      • Crib the Bull-Terrier saving the Life of Bob the Setter.
      • The Newfoundland Dog and the thievish Porter.
      • The Terrier and the Ducklings.
      • The Newfoundland Dog saving the Mastiff.
      • The Newfoundland punishing the little Dog.
      • The Terrier and the Bantam.
      • The compassionate Dog which saved Pussy’s Life.
      • Fop playing at Hide-and-Seek.
      • The Spaniel and his Friend the Partridge.
      • The Dog which traced his Master.
      • The Dog which travelled alone by Railway.
      • Neptune; or, faithful to trust.
      • The affectionate Poodle.
      • The Newfoundland Dog and the Hats.
      • The Newfoundland Dog and the Wreck.
      • Dandie, the Miser.
      • The Dog and the Burglar.
      • The Poodle and the Stranger Robber.
      • The Dog holding the Thief.
      • The faithless Watch-Dog.
      • The Shoeblack’s Dog.
      • The Terrier and the Pin.
      • The Dog and his injured Friend.
      • The Dog and the Surgeon.
      • The Dog preventing the Cat stealing.
      • One Dog getting Assistance from another.
      • The Pointer and the bad Shot.
      • Bass, the great Saint Bernard Dog.
      • The Dog and the Newspaper.
      • The steady Pointer.
      • The Young Doctor and Pincher.
      • Sirrah, the Ettrick Shepherd’s Dog.
      • The Dog and the Fowls.
      • Barbekark, the Greenland Dog.
      • The Esquimaux Dog Smile.
    • Dogs.
    • The Dog Rosswell.
    • The Shepherd’s Dog and the lost Child.
    • My Dog Alp.
    • The Dog and the Thief.
    • The Cleanly Dog.
    • Master Rough.
    • Byron, the Newfoundland Dog.
    • The Newfoundland Dog and the marked Shilling.
    • The lost Keys.
    • The Dog which acted as Constable.
    • The lost Child recovered.
    • Dog waking up Servants.
    • The Sheep-Dog and his Mistress’s Cloak.
    • The Dog and the Mare.
    • The two Dogs and their Charge.
    • Crib the Bull-Terrier saving the Life of Bob the Setter.
    • The Newfoundland Dog and the thievish Porter.
    • The Terrier and the Ducklings.
    • The Newfoundland Dog saving the Mastiff.
    • The Newfoundland punishing the little Dog.
    • The Terrier and the Bantam.
    • The compassionate Dog which saved Pussy’s Life.
    • Fop playing at Hide-and-Seek.
    • The Spaniel and his Friend the Partridge.
    • The Dog which traced his Master.
    • The Dog which travelled alone by Railway.
    • Neptune; or, faithful to trust.
    • The affectionate Poodle.
    • The Newfoundland Dog and the Hats.
    • The Newfoundland Dog and the Wreck.
    • Dandie, the Miser.
    • The Dog and the Burglar.
    • The Poodle and the Stranger Robber.
    • The Dog holding the Thief.
    • The faithless Watch-Dog.
    • The Shoeblack’s Dog.
    • The Terrier and the Pin.
    • The Dog and his injured Friend.
    • The Dog and the Surgeon.
    • The Dog preventing the Cat stealing.
    • One Dog getting Assistance from another.
    • The Pointer and the bad Shot.
    • Bass, the great Saint Bernard Dog.
    • The Dog and the Newspaper.
    • The steady Pointer.
    • The Young Doctor and Pincher.
    • Sirrah, the Ettrick Shepherd’s Dog.
    • The Dog and the Fowls.
    • Barbekark, the Greenland Dog.
    • The Esquimaux Dog Smile.
    • Chapter Three.
      • Horses.
      • The Mare and her Foal.
      • The Newsman’s Horse.
      • The two wise Cart-Horses.
      • The Author’s Horse becoming his Guide.
      • The wise Horse and the Pump.
      • The Pony which saved a little Girl’s Life.
      • The Horse and the Shipwreck.
      • The Irish Horse and the Infant.
      • The humane Cart-Horse and the Child.
      • The faithful Horse and his Rider.
      • Jack and his Driver.
      • The Horse which fought for a Dog.
      • The Arab Steed and the Chief.
      • The old Charger.
    • Horses.
    • The Mare and her Foal.
    • The Newsman’s Horse.
    • The two wise Cart-Horses.
    • The Author’s Horse becoming his Guide.
    • The wise Horse and the Pump.
    • The Pony which saved a little Girl’s Life.
    • The Horse and the Shipwreck.
    • The Irish Horse and the Infant.
    • The humane Cart-Horse and the Child.
    • The faithful Horse and his Rider.
    • Jack and his Driver.
    • The Horse which fought for a Dog.
    • The Arab Steed and the Chief.
    • The old Charger.
    • Chapter Four.
      • Donkeys.
      • Donkey Bob, the Policeman.
      • The Ass and the Door-Latch.
      • The Ass and the Teetotaller.
      • The Donkey and his Mistress.
      • The brave Ass and his Foe.
      • The Baker’s Donkey.
      • The shipwrecked Ass.
      • The old Hawker and his Donkey.
      • The musical Ass.
    • Donkeys.
    • Donkey Bob, the Policeman.
    • The Ass and the Door-Latch.
    • The Ass and the Teetotaller.
    • The Donkey and his Mistress.
    • The brave Ass and his Foe.
    • The Baker’s Donkey.
    • The shipwrecked Ass.
    • The old Hawker and his Donkey.
    • The musical Ass.
    • Chapter Five.
      • Elephants.
      • The Elephant in a Well.
      • The Elephant accusing his Driver of Theft.
      • The Elephant and the tipsy Soldier.
      • Elephants helping each other.
      • The Elephant and the rotten Bridge.
      • The Elephant turned Nurse.
      • The wounded Elephant and the Surgeon.
    • Elephants.
    • The Elephant in a Well.
    • The Elephant accusing his Driver of Theft.
    • The Elephant and the tipsy Soldier.
    • Elephants helping each other.
    • The Elephant and the rotten Bridge.
    • The Elephant turned Nurse.
    • The wounded Elephant and the Surgeon.
    • Chapter Six.
      • Oxen.
      • The Proud Cow.
      • The Cow and her Tormentor.
      • A Cow seeking her Calf.
      • A savage Bull tamed by Kindness.
      • The faithful Buffalo.
      • The affectionate Buffalo-Bull.
      • The kind Ox and the Sheep.
      • The courageous Bull.
      • The brave Bull and the wise Pig.
    • Oxen.
    • The Proud Cow.
    • The Cow and her Tormentor.
    • A Cow seeking her Calf.
    • A savage Bull tamed by Kindness.
    • The faithful Buffalo.
    • The affectionate Buffalo-Bull.
    • The kind Ox and the Sheep.
    • The courageous Bull.
    • The brave Bull and the wise Pig.
    • Chapter Seven.
      • Savage and other Animals.
      • The Lion and his Keeper.
      • The generous Lion and his Assailants.
      • The grateful Lion.
      • The Tiger and his Companions.
      • The Tigress and her Young.
      • The Wolf and his Master.
      • Foxes: their domestic Habits.
      • The Fox and the Wild-Fowl.
      • The Labourer and the sly Fox.
      • The Fox in the Hen-Roost.
      • The Fox in a Plough Furrow.
      • The Fox and the Badger.
      • The Fox and the Hares.
      • Birdie, the Arctic Fox.
      • The Polar Bear and her Cubs.
      • The Honey-Seeker and the Bear.
      • The good-natured Bear and the Children.
      • The wise Hare and her Pursuers.
      • The cunning Wolf.
      • The Tiger and the Pariah-Dog.
      • The Doe-Chamois and her Young.
      • The captured Wolf.
      • The tame Otter.
      • The Otter and her young ones.
      • The wise Beaver.
      • The Rat and the Swan.
      • The Rats and the Wine-Cask.
      • The Mouse and the Honey-Pot.
      • The Ewe which returned to her old Home.
      • The Ewe and her Lamb.
      • The two wise Goats.
      • The affectionate Seal.
    • Savage and other Animals.
    • The Lion and his Keeper.
    • The generous Lion and his Assailants.
    • The grateful Lion.
    • The Tiger and his Companions.
    • The Tigress and her Young.
    • The Wolf and his Master.
    • Foxes: their domestic Habits.
    • The Fox and the Wild-Fowl.
    • The Labourer and the sly Fox.
    • The Fox in the Hen-Roost.
    • The Fox in a Plough Furrow.
    • The Fox and the Badger.
    • The Fox and the Hares.
    • Birdie, the Arctic Fox.
    • The Polar Bear and her Cubs.
    • The Honey-Seeker and the Bear.
    • The good-natured Bear and the Children.
    • The wise Hare and her Pursuers.
    • The cunning Wolf.
    • The Tiger and the Pariah-Dog.
    • The Doe-Chamois and her Young.
    • The captured Wolf.
    • The tame Otter.
    • The Otter and her young ones.
    • The wise Beaver.
    • The Rat and the Swan.
    • The Rats and the Wine-Cask.
    • The Mouse and the Honey-Pot.
    • The Ewe which returned to her old Home.
    • The Ewe and her Lamb.
    • The two wise Goats.
    • The affectionate Seal.
    • Chapter Eight.
      • Birds.
      • The Gander and the Bantam-Cock.
      • The Farmer and his Goose.
      • The blind Woman and her Gander.
      • The Prisoner set free.
      • The two sporting Friends.
      • The two Hens.
      • The wild Turkey and the Dog.
      • The brave Hen.
      • The gallant Swan and his Foe.
      • The Raven and the Bird-Trap.
      • The Raven and the Bird-Trap.
      • The facetious Raven.
      • The Arctic Raven.
      • The Eagle’s Nest.
      • The tame Robins.
      • The affectionate Duck.
      • Old Phil the Sea-Gull.
      • The tame Crow.
      • The Ostrich and her Young.
      • The Blackbirds and Grimalkin.
      • Conclusion.
    • Birds.
    • The Gander and the Bantam-Cock.
    • The Farmer and his Goose.
    • The blind Woman and her Gander.
    • The Prisoner set free.
    • The two sporting Friends.
    • The two Hens.
    • The wild Turkey and the Dog.
    • The brave Hen.
    • The gallant Swan and his Foe.
    • The Raven and the Bird-Trap.
    • The Raven and the Bird-Trap.
    • The facetious Raven.
    • The Arctic Raven.
    • The Eagle’s Nest.
    • The tame Robins.
    • The affectionate Duck.
    • Old Phil the Sea-Gull.
    • The tame Crow.
    • The Ostrich and her Young.
    • The Blackbirds and Grimalkin.
    • Conclusion.
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