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An illustrated Brighton travel guide Circa 1834

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134          THE TAME RABBITS.
sure I never had any of my pets killed. It was such pleasure to watch the pretty creatures, and feed them every day; and then you can­not think how busy the old doe was in making a nest for her little ones. She chose the softest hay she could find, and when she had munched out all the hard parts, she stripped some of the thick warm down from her own breast to spread over it. At first, she covered up her young ones so closely that I could not see them ; and papa told me not to disturb the nest: indeed, I should have been quite afraid to do so, for Minny, who was so gentle in common, used to try to bite me whenever I went near the nest, until her little ones grew larger and stronger and then
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