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" Lancashire call by no other name than a tree goose, which place aforesaid, and all those parts adjoining, do so much abound therewith, that one of the best is bought for threepence. For the truth hereof, if any doubt, may it please them to repair unto... "
The History, Ancient and Modern, of the Sheriffdoms of Fife and Kinross ... - Page 138
by Sir Robert Sibbald - 1803 - 468 pages
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Animal Biography, Or, Authentic Anecdotes of the Lives, Manners ..., Volume 1

William Bingley - Zoology - 1803
...Lancashire call by no other name than Tree-goose ; which place aforesaid, and all those places adjoyning, do so much abound therewith, that one of the best is bought for three-pence. For the truth hereof, if any doubt, may it please them to repair to me, and I shall satisfy...
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Time's Telescope for ... ; Or, A Complete Guide to the Almanack

Almanacs, English - 1823
...Lancashire call by JEK> other name than Tree-goose ; which place aforesaid, and all those places adjoyning, do so much abound therewith, that one of the best is bought Sop .threepence. For the truth hereof, if any doubt, may it please them to repair to me, and I will...
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Harry and Lucy Concluded;: Being the Last Part of Early Lessons, Volumes 3-4

Maria Edgeworth - Didactic fiction - 1825 - 336 pages
...a goose, which the people of — ' " Lucy put her finger over the place. " ' Call by no other name than a tree goose ; which place aforesaid, and all those parts adjoining, do so much abound with, that one of the best is bought for threepence.' " " I never heard such nonsense in my life,"...
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Harry and Lucy Concluded: Being the Last Part of Early Lessons. In Four Volumes

Maria Edgeworth - Didactic fiction - 1827 - 354 pages
...a goose, which the people of — ' " Lucy put her finger over the place. " ' Call by no other name than a tree goose ; which place aforesaid, and all those parts adjoining, do so much abound with, that one of the best is bought for threepence.' " " I never heard such nonsense in my life,"...
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Animal biography, or, Popular zoology, Volume 3

William Bingley - 1829
...Lancashire call by no other name, than Treegoose; which place aforesaid, and all those places adjoyning, do so much abound therewith, that one of the best is bought for threepence. For the truth hereof, if any doubt, may it please them to repair to me, and I will satisfy...
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Ornithological Dictionary of British Birds

George Montagu - Birds - 1831 - 592 pages
...people of Lancashire call by no other name than treegoose ; which place aforesaid, and all those places adjoining, do so much abound therewith ; that one of the best is bought for threepence. For the truth hereof, if any doubt, may it please them to repair to me, and I will satisfy...
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The architecture of birds

James Rennie - Nature - 1833 - 392 pages
...Lancashire call by no other name than tree-goose ; which place aforesaid, and of all those places adjoyning, do so much abound therewith, that one of the best is bought for three-pence. For the truth hereof, if any doubt, may it please them to repaire to me, and I shall satisfy...
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The Domestic Habits of Birds

James Rennie - Birds - 1833 - 379 pages
...Lancashire call by no other name than tree-goose ; which place aforesaid, and of all those places adjoyning, do so much abound therewith, that one of the best is bought for three-pence. For the truth hereof, if any doubt, may it please them to repaire to me, and I shall satisfy...
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The Conchologist

John Warren - Mollusks - 1834 - 204 pages
...people of Lancashire call by no other name than tree goose; which place aforesaid, and all those places adjoining, do so much abound therewith, that one of the best is bought for three pence. For the truth hereof if any doubt, may it please them to repair to me, and I will satisfy them by the testimonies...
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Lives of Eminent Zoologists: From Aristotle to Linnaeus

William MacGillivray - Zoologists - 1834 - 391 pages
...people of Lancashire call by no other name than tree-goose; which place aforesaid, and all those places adjoining, do so much abound therewith, that one of the best is bought for threepence. For the truth hereof, if any doubt, may it please them to repair to me, and I will satisfy...
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