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  • Longhorns; in 1899 a Longhorn Cattle Society was established, and the herd-book resuscitated.

    A Short History of English Agriculture

  • It appeared that Mr. Stanley Stubbs, Stoke-Cruden -- for that was the name and address of the present discoverers of America -- had a herd of short-horns, and that Mr.. Stubbs was even more familiar with the herd-book than her husband.

    The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner

  • Stoke-Cruden -- for that was the name and address of the present discoverers of America -- had a herd of short-horns, and that Mrs. Stubbs was even more familiar with the herd-book than her husband.

    Their Pilgrimage

  • A modern writer, well acquainted with this subject, says, “There are now, at least, five hundred herds, large and small, in this kingdom, and from six to seven thousand head registered every alternate year in the herd-book.”

    The Book of Household Management

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