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" ... falleth into the sea, where it gathereth feathers, and groweth to a fowle bigger than a Mallard, and lesser than a Goose, having blacke legs and bill or beake, and feathers blacke and white... "
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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Natural History, Lore and Legend: Being Some Few Examples of Quaint and By ...

Frederick Edward Hulme - Animals, Mythical - 1895 - 350 pages
...groweth to a Fowle bigger than a Mallard and lesser than a Goose, hairing blacke legs and bill and beake, and feathers blacke and white, spotted in such manner as is our magpie, which the people of Lancashire call by no other name than a tree-goose : which place therof and all...
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Catalogue of an Exhibition of the Works of Shakespeare: His Sources and the ...

John Rylands Library, Henry Guppy - 1916 - 169 pages
...gathereth feathers, and groweth to a foule, bigger then a Mallard, and lesser then a Goose ; hauing blacke legs and bill or beake, and feathers blacke and white, spotted in such maner as is our Magge Pie, called in some places a Pie-Annet, which the people of Lancashire call by...
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The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Volumes 11-12

Edward Hungerford Goddard - Natural history - 1869
...gathereth feathers, anfl groweth to a fowle bigger than a mallard, and lesser than a goose, hauing blacke legs and bill or beake, and feathers blacke...such manner as is our magpie, called in some places a Pie-Annet, which the people of Lancashire call by no other name than a tree Goose, which place aforesaid,...
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The United Service Magazine, Volume 51

Military art and science - 1846
...commeth to full maturitie, Mid falleth into the sea, where it gathereth feathers, and gi-oweth to a fowle bigger than a mallard, and lesser than a goose, having blacke legs •nd bill or beake, and feathers black and white, spotted in such a manner as onr magpies, called...
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