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" ... by night, and with a candle light kill abundance of them. Here are severall wells and pooles, yet in extraordinary dry weather, people must turn their cattell out of the islands, and the corn failes. "
The Natural History of Ireland - Page 370
by William Thompson - 1851
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Cities and Sea-coasts and Islands

Arthur Symons - Great Britain - 1918 - 352 pages
...and sea-cabbage. Here are Cornish choughs, with red legs and bills. Here are ayries of hawkes, and birds which never fly but over the sea, and, therefore, are used to be eaten on fasting days : to catch which people goe down, with ropes tyed about them, into the caves of cliffs...
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Cities and Sea-coasts and Islands

Arthur Symons - Spain - 1918 - 352 pages
...and birds which never fly but over the sea, and, therefore, are used to be eaten on fasting days : to catch which people goe down, with ropes tyed about them, into the caves of cliffs by night, and with a candle light kill abundance of them. Here are severall wells and pooles,...
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The Savoy, Issues 7-8

Arthur Symons - 1896
...and sea-cabbage. Here are Cornish choughs, with red legs and bills. Here are ayries of hawkes, and birds which never fly but over the sea ; and, therefore, are used to be eaten on fasting days : to catch which, people goe down, with ropes tyed about them, into the caves of cliffts...
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