“Archaeopteryx, ein Urvogel” from Rudolf Bommeli (1890) Die geschichte der erde.
“Not far from the Pterodactyl is a much more famous fellow, a real bird,but very strange kind he has no flight skin, but a real feather wings, butthese well-trained to toes with claws, so the whole four feet. Who has heard such a thing! He bears teeth in its beak and a learned starling or a linguist parrot would call not at the beak. And just the tail! Such a thing would not wear a hopeful cock still a silly goose. Quite against all fashion. It’s also the first bird.”
- from German with much help from Google Translate.