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" But my friend Richard Langtry, Esq. of Fortwilliam, near Belfast, has at present a bird of this species, which is extremely docile and tractable. It was taken last summer from a nest in Inverness-shire, and came into his possession about the end of September.... "
The Natural History of Ireland - Page 9
by William Thompson, James R. Garrett, George Dickie - 1849 - 1791 pages
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Magazine of Zoology and Botany, Volume 2

Prideaux John Selby, Sir William Jardine - Botany - 1838
...species, which is extremely docile and tractable. It was taken last summer from a nest in Inverness-shire, and came into his possession about the end of September. This bird at once became attached to its owner, who, after having it about a month, ventured to give it liberty, a privilege which was not in the eagle's...
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The Natural History of the Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. ...: Birds of ...

Sir William Jardine - Birds - 1838
...species, which is extremely docile and tractable. It was taken last summer from a nest in Inverness-shire, and came into his possession about the end of September. This bird at once became attached to its owner, who, after having it about a month, ventured to give it liberty, — a privilege which was not abused,...
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Magazine of Zoology and Botany, Volume 2

Prideaux John Selby, Sir William Jardine - Botany - 1838
...which is extremely docile and tractable. It was taken last summer from a nest in Inverness-shire, und came into his possession about the end of September. This bird at once became attached to its owner, who, after having it about a month, ventured to give it liberty, a privilege which was not in the eagle's...
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Natural history. Birds

Philip Henry Gosse - 1849
...Eagle, which is extremely docile and tractable. It was taken last summer from a nest in Invernesshire, and came into his possession about the end of September. This bird at once became attached to its owner, who, after having it about a month, ventured to give it its liberty, a privilege which was not on the...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter, Volumes 7-8

1852
...extremely docile and tractable. It was taken, in the summer of that year, from a nest in Inverness-shire, and came into his possession about the end of September. This bird became at once attached to its owner ; and, after being about a month in his possession, was given...
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Birds of Great Britain and Ireland: Parts 1-4, Volume 2

Sir William Jardine - Birds - 1860
...species, which is extremely docile and tractable. It was taken last summer from a nest in Inverness-shire, and came into his possession about the end of September. This bird at once became attached to its owner, who, after having it about a month, ventured to give it liberty, — a privilege which was not abused,...
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Cassell's popular natural history

Cassell, ltd - 1859
...species, which is extremely docile and tractable. It was taken last summer from a nest in Inverness-shire, and came into his possession about the end of September. This bird at once became attached to its owner, who, after having it about a month, ventured to give it liberty — a privilege which was not abused,...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

Natural history - 1876
...extremely docile and tractable. It was taken in the summer of that year from a nest in Inverness-shire, and came into his possession about the end of September....after being about a month in his possession, was given its full liberty, — a high privilege to a golden eagle having the use of its wings,— but which...
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