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POULTRY. A POULTRY 11IPIR1 DIARY. GILBERT WHITE it was who remarked that "No inhabitants of a yard seemof such • variety of expression and so copious a I= d . as common poultry." Some observations upon the subject I have just been reading , and the observer goer pretty well thro
PRIVINTIOII Or TusncuLos A NEW AUXILIARY in the campaign against tuberculosis believed to have been discovered by Professor Arloin, whets disciples in France may be relied on to givo it extensive Mak and should their expectations Do realised, much may be dome to diminish the sco
SlR,—Your correspondent Mr B. C. Day surely contradicts himself somewhat in his letter to the Field for March 26. He commences by arguing with what I said in issue of Maroh 12, viz., that Goventment buyers wens far too particular about little "ifs," and left all such horses to "
2, 1910.—1f0. 2988. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. s truggle which ended somewhat disastrously for the forme p o wer, and much information is likely to be obtained from the records of Capt. Vladimir Setnenoff, an officer in the Imperial Russian Navy. In the form of
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of the 30ft. well. With the banishment of Napoleon and the bettor policing of the Bristol Channel an end was put to this base use of the old pile. Manorbier passed into the hands of Sir Charles Philippe. of Pieton Castle, upon his marriage, and a lessee of his—a Lmidon solicitor