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Letters // 01.08.1912

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S I R S , — I n reply to Mr. C. B. Ticehurst’s suggestion (p. 72), t h a t the small stomach found inside the ordinary stomach of a Water-Rail…

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Letters // 01.07.1912

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S I R S , — I read Mr. Dunlop’s interesting article ” On Incubation ” in your May number (Vol. V., pp. 322-7) with much interest, a n d also the…

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Letters // 01.06.1912

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SIRS,–Mr. Dunlop’s interesting article on ” I n c u b a t i o n ” in your last number (Vol. V., p p . 322-7) tends to throw a new…

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Letters // 01.04.1912

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Sias,–I should be rauch obliged if any of your readers would be so kind as to give me any Information they can about unoommon birds in Wiltshire during the last thirty years…

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Letters // 01.03.1912

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SIRS,–I have no desire to prolong a discussion on this subject, b u t I do not like t o see my views misrepresented as they are in your editorial note to…

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Letters // 01.02.1912

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SIRS,–The Editorial note appended to m y letter in your l a s t issue I am unable to regard either as satisfactory or logical. The very first sentence is open to…

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Letters // 01.01.1912

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S I R S , — I have lately had occasion to refer once more in the Field to the correct way of spelling the name of this bird, and I should…

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Letters // 01.12.1911

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To the Editors of B R I T I S H B I R D S . BULLETIN B.O.O., VOL. X X V I I I . — CORRECTIONS. SIRS,—Will you kindly…

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Letters // 01.09.1911

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SIRS,–In noting (supra, p. 83) t h e occurrence of t h e interbreeding of Song-Thrush a n d Blackbird, it is stated t h a t ” Mr. Adamson considers that…

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Letters // 01.08.1911

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SIRS,–While it must be well known t h a t t h e ” fledgling “Guillemot (Uria troile) and Razorbill (Aha tarda) resemble in all essentials of their coloration t h e…

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