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" Do you find all places without trees ? Pray observe the inhabitants about Wexford ; they are old English; see what they have particular in their manners, names, and language. Magpies have been always there, and no where else in Ireland, till of late years. "
The Natural History of Ireland - Page 328
by William Thompson, James R. Garrett, George Dickie - 1849 - 1791 pages
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's ..., Volume 15

Jonathan Swift, Thomas Sheridan, John Nichols - 1801
...there : 1 have a notion there is never a good walk in Ireland *. Do you find all places without trees ? Pray observe the inhabitants about Wexford ; they...; see what they have particular in their manners, names, and language : magpies have been always there, and no where else in Ireland f, till of late...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's ..., Volume 15

Jonathan Swift, Thomas Sheridan, John Nichols - 1801
...there : 1 have a notion there is never a good walk in Ireland *. Do you find all places without trees ? Pray observe the inhabitants about Wexford ; they...; see what they have particular in their manners, names, and language : magpies have been always there, and no where else in Ireland f, till of late...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift: Containing Interesting and Valuable ..., Volume 1

Jonathan Swift - 1850
...inhabitants about Wexford ; they are old English ; sec what they have particular in their manners, names, aud language. Magpies have been always there, and nowhere else in Ireland, till of late years. They say the cocks and dogs go to sleep at noon, and so do the peuple. Write your travels, and bring...
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The North British review

1852
...hither by a strong wind." In the " Journal to Stella," Dean Swift makes allusion to the same bird : " Pray observe the inhabitants about Wexford ; they...and language. Magpies have been always there, and no where else in Ireland, till of late years." Mr. Ogilby's commentary (as given by Mr. Yarrell) on...
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The Life of Jonathan Swift, Volume 1

John Forster - Authors - 1875 - 477 pages
...there. I have ' a notion there is never a good walk in Ireland. Do you find ' all places without trees ? Pray observe the inhabitants ' about Wexford : they...English : see what they have ' particular in their manner, names, and language. Magpies ' have been always there, and nowhere else in Ireland, till of...
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The Life of Jonathan Swift, Volume 1

John Forster - Authors - 1875 - 477 pages
...there. I have ' a notion there is never a good walk in Ireland. Do you find ' all places without trees ? Pray observe the inhabitants ' about Wexford : they are old English : see what they have What to do ' particular in their manner, names, and language. Magpies ' have been always there, and...
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The Life of Jonathan Swift, Volume 1

John Forster - 1876 - 487 pages
...about Wexford : they are old tbere' English : see what they have particular in their manner, names, and language. Magpies have been always there, and nowhere else in Ireland, till of late years. They say the cocks and dogs go to sleep at noon, and so do the people. Write your travels." " Don't...
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The Life of Jonathan Swift

John Forster - 1876 - 487 pages
...about Wexford : they are old there- . English : see what they have particular in their manner, names, and language. Magpies have been always there, and nowhere else in Ireland, till of late years. They say the cocks and dogs go to sleep at noon, and so do the people. Write your travels." " Don't...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

English periodicals - 1891
...is lifted upon a vastly different scene, when Dean Swift, writing of Wexford in 1711,* notes that " Magpies have been always there, and nowhere else in Ireland, till of late years." After this the bird seems to have spread very rapidly. It was very common in Cork by 1746, and has...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

English periodicals - 1891
...is lifted upon a vastly different scene, when Dean Swift, writing of Wexford in 1711,* notes that " Magpies have been always there, and nowhere else in Ireland, till of late years." After this the bird seems to have spread very rapidly. It was very common in Cork by 1746, and has...
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