'BIRDS AND SHELL-FIRE. I have lately been reading various articles in the papers regarding birds in the war-stricken parts of France, so I thought you might care to have a few of my personal observations on this subject . . . The House-Sparrows continue to sit on the house-tops of this village (I cannot name it), which is about ¾-mile from the French trenches, although the shells are continually k


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