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" ... the young birds (before they were able to fly) with greyhounds. So far from this possibility existing with the present remnant of the breed, the young birds, upon being alarmed, constantly squat close to the ground, in the... "
The Wiltshire Archæological and Natural History Magazine - Page 136
edited by - 1857
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The Sporting magazine; or Monthly calendar of the transactions of the turf ...

...with much strength and swiftness, usually to another haunt, which will sometimes be at the distance of six or seven miles. It has also been said, that...was of common occurrence, it was a practice to run the young birds (before they were able to fly) with greyhounds. So far from this possibility existing...
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The New sporting magazine, Volume 13

1847
...with much strength and swiftness, usually to another haunt, which will sometimes be at the distance of six or seven miles. It has also been said, that...species was of common occurrence, it was a practice to rnn the young birds (before they were able to fly) with greyhounds. So far from this possibility existing...
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An Introduction to the Study of Birds: Or, the Elements of Ornithology on ...

Religious Tract Society (Great Britain) - Birds - 1835 - 584 pages
...described,) it rises upon the wing with great facility, and flies with much strength and swiftness, generally to another haunt, which will sometimes be at the distance...of the breed, the young birds, upon being alarmed, squat close to the ground, as the young of the lapwing, golden plover, &c. and in that position are...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 6

1836
...another haunt, which will sometimes be at the distance if six or seven miles. It ha» alao been Mid, that in former days, when the species was of common occurrence, it was a practice to run the young birds (before they were able to fly) with greyhounds. So far from this possibility existing...
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1836
...with much strength and swiftness, usually о another haunt, which will sometimes be at the distance >f six or seven miles. It has also been said, that in former N¿.346. [THE PENNY CYCLOP/EDIA.] VOL. VI.— I day*, when the specie« was of common occurrence, it...
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The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'., Volume 17

John William Carleton - 1847
...with much strength and swiftness, usnHlly to another haunt, which will sometimes be at the distance of six or seven miles. It has also been said, that...was of common occurrence, it was a practice to run the young birds (before they were able to fly) with greyhounds. So far from this possibility existing...
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Book of natural history; containing a description of animals and birds

Francis Orpen Morris - 1852
...flies with much strength and swiftness, usually to another haunt, which will usually be at the distance of six or seven miles. It has also been said that...existing with respect to the present remnant of the bird, the young birds upon being alarmad constantly squat close to the ground, in the same manner as...
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The Sportsman

...with much strength and swiftness, usually to another haunt, which will sometimes be at llie distance of six or seven miles. It has also been said, that...was of common occurrence, it was a practice to run the young birds (before they were able to fly) with greyhounds. So far from this possibility existing...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 50

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - Authors - 1854
...another haunt, which will sometimes be at the distance of fix or seven mile«. It has also been laid that in former days, when the species was of common occurrence, it was a practice to run the voung birds (before they were able to fly) with greyhounds. So far from this possibility existing...
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