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The Ayrshire Bull 
1853, November 
  
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The Journal of Agriculture (Boston), Volume 3, No.4, November 1853, p.145.
 
The Ayrshire Bull belonging to the N. H. Asylum is the best of that breed that we ever saw. To show farmers what a perfect animal is, and thus to form their taste and judgment, it is well to have cuts of such animals engraved. From a Daguerreotype of a beast, a very fine engraving can be made in Boston for ten to twenty dollars, according to the size and degree of finish; and copies may be multiplied, by stereotyping, at 50 to 75 cents each. We will with pleasure superintend the engraving of any portrait that may be forwarded to us at Boston. 
 
 
  
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