The Diary of Master William Silence by Right Hon. D.H.Madden, 1897.

Author: Right Hon. D.H.Madden

Year of Publication: 1897

Source: Library of Dr Nick Fox

Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.

Place of Publication: London, New York and Bombay.

Pages: 386

Language: English

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This book can be downloaded in a full volume at the link below from www.archive.org web-site.

Author of the book is Vice-Chancellor of the Univresity of Dublin.

 

Falconry, illustrations of, 144-162, 198-216, 219-229

A flight at the heron, 213-21`5

A hawk for the bush, 158, 210

Flying at the brook, 170-215

Terms of, explained, 137, 143, 145, 149, 160, 171, 201-207

The hawking language, 219-229

      Generally misapplied, 225-228

      How it may be acquired, 228

      How a a dead language, 224

      See Hawk and Astringer.

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