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  • Chickens and peafowl : what they have in common / Mark J. Rauzon ; [illustrations by Jose Gonzalez and Steve Savage].

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    • New York : F. Watts, c2001.
    • 2001
    • 1 item
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  • Storey's illustrated guide to poultry breeds : chickens-ducks--geese- turkeys-emus-guinea fowls-ostriches-partridges-peafowl-pheasants-quails-swans / Carol Ekarius.

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    • North Adams, MA : Storey Pub., 2007.
    • 2007
    • 1 item
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    Text SF487 .E33 2007Off-site
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  • Standard-bred Plymouth Rocks, barred, white, buff, silver penciled, partridge and Columbian; their practical qualities; standard requirements; how to judge them; how to mate and breed for best results. William C. Denny, editor. Contributed to by the best known and most expert breeders in America.

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    • Quincy, Ill., Reliable Poultry Journal Publishing Company; Buffalo, N.Y., American Poultry Publishing Company [1911]
    • 1911
  • Standard-bred Plymouth Rocks, barred, white, buff, silver penciled, partridge and Columbian; their practical qualities; how to judge them; how to mate and breed for best results. William C. Denny, editor. Contributed to by the best known and most expert breeders in America.

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    • Quincy, Ill., Reliable poultry journal publishing company; Buffalo, N.Y., American poultry publishing company [1911]
    • 1911
  • A blink of the screen : collected shorter fiction / Terry Pratchett ; [with a foreword by A.S. Byatt].

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    • London : Doubleday, 2012.
    • 2012
  • The country gentleman's companion. [electronic resource] : Containing, I. Directions for the choice, Ordering, Dietting, and Breeding of Draft, Road, Hunting, and Running horses; the whole Art of Riding them; and the most approved Remedies for all the Diseases and Accidents they are subject to. II. The Ordering and Breeding of Bulls, Cows, Calves, Oxen, Sheep, Lambs, Goats, Swine, and Rabbets; and the best Remedies for the Cure of their respective Diseases. III. The fattening, cramming, and curing of Cocks, Hens, Capons, Chickens, Geese, and Turkies; and of feeding Swans, Pheasants, Partridges, Pidgcons, Quails, Doves, and other small Birds. IV. The Nature, Ordering, and Preservation of Bees. V. The Arts of Hunting, Coursing, Hawking, Angling, Fishing, and other Country Recreations; of curing Hawks, Hounds, &c. of ordering and making Fish-Ponds; and of taking and preserving Fish. VI. The Choice, Ordering, Breeding, and Dietting of Fighting-Cocks, both before and after Battle. Vii. A compendious gardener's kalendar, shewing what Work is to be done, monthly, in the Kitchen, Fruit, and Flower-Garden. By a country gentleman, From his own Experience.

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    • Dublin : printed for Peter Wilson, in Dame-Street, MDCCLV. [1755]
    • 1755
    • 1 resource

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  • A new treatise on the laws concerning tithes [electronic resource] : containing all the statutes, adjudged cases, resolutions and judgments relative thereto, Under the Following Heads: Chap. I. Definition of Tithes, Parsonage, Vicarage, Impropriation, and Appropriation; and of the Origin, Nature, and several Kinds of Tithes. II. Out of what things Tithes shall be paid; what Lands are subject to Tithes, and the several Statutes for dissolving Abbies, Monasteries, and other Religious Houses, and vesting their Lands in the King; what Lands are discharged from Tithes by these Acts respectively, with a Catalogue of the Monsteries dissolved by Sat. 31 Hen. 8. of the yearly value of 200l. and upwards; what Order they were of, and the Times of their respective Foundations. III. Of Exemptions from Payment of Tithes and of Modus, Custom, and Prescription. IV. As Alphabetical Table or Index of Things Titheable, and not Titheable, viz. Acorns, After-Catage, After-Math, After-Pasture, Agistment, Alders, Altarage, Apples, Ash, Asp-Trees, Bark, Barrenland, Beans, Beech, Bees, Bitch, Brick, Broom, Calves, Chalk, Cheese, Cherrytrees, Chickens, Clay, Clover, Coal, Colts, Conies, Copper-Mill, Deer, Dotards, Doves, Eggs, Elms, Fallow, Ferns, Fish, Flax, Forest, Fowl, Fruit, Fuel, Furses, Gardens, Goose, Glass-House, Grass, Gravel, Hasle, Hay, Head-Lands, Heath, Hedge-Poles, Hemp, Herbage, Holly, Honey, Hops, Horses, Houses, Lambs, Lattermath, Lead, Lime, Loppings, Maple, Mast, Milk, Mill, Mines, Nurseries, Oak, Orchards, Osiers, Park, Partridge, Pasture, Pease, Phensante, Pigeons, Pigs, Quarries, Rakings, Roots, Saffron, Salt, Sheep, Slate, Stubble, Sylva Caedua, Tales, Tiles, Trees, Tute, Turkeya, Warren, Waste, Willows, Woad, Wood. V. Of Setting out, and Taking and Carrying away Tithes. VI. Of the Remedies for recovering Tithes, and the several Acts of Parliament made for that Purpose. Vii. Of the Manner of paying Tithes, and the Sums payable by the respective Parishes in London. By a gentleman of the Middle Temple.

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    • London : printed for W. Griffin, in Fetter-Lane, G. Kearsly in Ludgate-Street, and Richardson and Urquhart at the Royal-Exchange, MDCCLXV. [1765]
    • 1765
    • 1 resource

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