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A TWO-HEADED PARTRIDGE.
A Stuffed Specimen of Evident Genuineness Owned in Boston.
The Washington Post (1877-1922) - Washington, D.C.
Date: May 6, 1894
Start Page: 21
Pages: 1
Section: General

Two-headed animals are rare. Now and then one is heard of--a two-headed dog, or lamb, or something of that sort; but they seldom live more than a day or so at the most. When a man says he has a full grown partridge with two perfect heads, even when he says that it is stuffed, the listener is inclined to close one eye

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