Brahma Chicken Image From Page 139 Of The China Fowl Shanghae Cochin And Brahma 1874
Image from page 139 of "The China fowl : Shanghae, Cochin, and "Brahma."" (1874)(PID:14768923815)
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Identifier: chinafowlshangha00burn_0 Title: The China fowl : Shanghae, Cochin, and "Brahma." Year: 1874 (1870s) Authors: Burnham, Geo. P. (George Pickering), 1814-1902 Subjects: Poultry breeds Cochin chicken Brahma chicken Publisher: Melrose, Mass. : [s.n.] Boston : Press of Rand, Avery & Co. Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: ver before turned up! * In August, 1874, Miss Watts of London writes to Lewis Wright that, early in 1853 she senther first order for Light Brahmas to Dr. Bennett, and specified that the fowls must be single-combed. . . . This was objected to (in America) on the score that the single comb was notright. Sojoea-comb birds were sent her. This lady says she bred the so-called Chamberlin-Bennett stock, but found no Dark Brahmas until after 1862. when she crossed hers with birdsfrom Dr. Gwynnes stock; and which Bennett sent to Dr. Gwynne from my yards, years before! MODEL OF STANDARD DARK BRAH3LA COCK, 2 YEARS OLD, 1874. As bred by Philander Williams, G. P. Burnharn, E. C. Comey. J. P. Buzzell. T. O. Wardwell,Jacob Graves. C. C. Loring, C TV. Chamberlin, etc., Mass.: J. Y. Bicknell. X. Y.; B. & J. Peter,,Christana. Del. : C. G. Sanford. and H. A. Pvhodes, K. I.; Dr. C. H. Kenegy, Polo, 111.; and otherleading American fanciers who know the difference between this and English hocked birds. Text Appearing After Image: UNCLE SAM AND CORA. CHAMBERL.IN LIGHT BRAHMAS. (1853.) The above is an English picture of an early pair of Light Brahmas belongingto Miss E. Watts — author of the London Poultry Yard — which she im-ported from Dr. J. C. Bennett, in 1853. In 1874, she writes that Mr. Plaistedand Dr. B. selected all this stock bred by her, up to 1862, when she obtained apullet to cross with her own from Dr. Gwynnes importation from America ;and adds that about the same time when she first received hers from America, Mr. Baily, of Mount Street, London, received a pen of Dark Birds from Mr.Burnham, which were not exactly to her fancy, on account of their heavy color ;but they were very fine. In closing this article upon selection and mating the Brahmas, &c, for breed-ing, I ask the reader to compare the above drawing of Dr. Bennetts fowls of1853 with the picture of my light Gray Shanghaes of 1852, on the oppositepage. Both these engravings were drawn by the same European artist, fromlife. Is the d Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.