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" Over these pipes (which grow narrower from their first entrance) is a continued arch of netting, suspended on hoops. It is necessary to have a pipe... "
Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the ... - Страница 96
1815
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The history of Lynn. To which is prefixed a copious account of ..., Том 1

William Richards - 1812
...closes at last with a funnel net. Over these pipes, (which grow narrower from their first entrance)is a continued arch of netting, suspended on hoops. It is necessary to have a pipe, or ditcli for almost every wind that can blow, as upon this circumstance it depends which pipe the...

The Complete Farrier and British Sportsman: Containing a Systematic Enquiry ...

Richard Lawrence (veterinary surgeon.) - 1816 - 507 страници
...erminates with what is called a funnel-net. )ver these pipes, (which become gradually contracted from their first entrance) is a continued arch of netting, suspended on hoops, it being necessary to have a pipe, or ditch, for almost every wind that can blow ; as upon this circumstance...

Class II, Birds, Div. II, Water

Thomas Pennant - 1818
...narrow ditch, that closes at last with a funnel net. Over these pipes (which grow narrower from the first entrance) is a continued arch of netting, suspended on hoops. It is necessary to have a pipe or ditch for almost every wind that can blow, &i upon tins circumstance it depends which pipe the wild...

British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, Comprising ..., Том 4

William Nicholson - 1819
...narrow ditch that closes at last with a funnel-net. Over these pipes (which grow narrower from their first entrance) is a continued arch of netting, suspended on hoops. It is necessary to have a pipe or ditch for almost every wind that can blow, as upon this circumstance it depends which pipe the fowl...

American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts ..., Том 4

William Nicholson - 1819
...narrow ditch that closes at last with a funnel-net. Over these pipes (which grow narrower from their first entrance) is a continued arch of netting, suspended on hoops. It is necessary to have a pipe or ditch for almost every wind that can blow, as upon this circumstance it depends which pipe the fowl...

Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Том 7

1823
...narrow ditch that closes at last with a funnelnet. Over these pipes (which grow narrower from their first entrance) is a continued arch of netting suspended on hoops. It is necessary to have a pipe or ditch for almost every wind that can blow, as upon this circumstance it depends which pipe the fowl...

Animal biography, or, Popular zoology, Том 3

William Bingley - 1829
...closes at last with a funnel-net. Over these pipes, which grow narrower from the first entrance, there is a continued arch of netting suspended on hoops....have a pipe for almost every wind that can blow, as on that circumstance it depends which pipe the fowl will take to. The decoy-man likewise always keeps...

The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Том 7

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...narrow ditch that closes at last with a funnel net. Over jhese pipes, which grow narrower from their na, or Kistnah river, extending across the peninsula from sea to sea. It was possessed, in former or ditch for almost every wind that can blow, as upon this circumstance it depends which pipe the fowl...

A Topographical and Historical Account of Wainfleet and the Wapentake of ...

Edmund Oldfield (of Long Sutton.) - 1829 - 408 страници
...six, according to the size of the pond ; it is necessary to have one for almost every wind that may blow, as upon this circumstance, it depends, which pipe the fowl will take to. Over these pipes, which grow narrower from their first entrance, is a continued arch of netting, suspended...

The New sporting magazine, Том 12

...a narrow ditch, that terminates with a funnel net. Over these pipes, which grow narrower from their first entrance, is a continued arch of netting, suspended...for almost every wind that can blow, as upon this depends which one the wildfowl will take to ; and the decoy man must always keep to the leeward, for...




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