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" Here the ganet soares high into the sky to espy his prey in the sea under him, at which he casts himself headlong into the sea, and swallows up whole herrings in a morsell. This bird flys through the ship's sailes, piercing them with his beak. "
The Natural History of Ireland - Página 261
por William Thompson - 1851
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Publications. 29 vols., Volumen9

Irish archaeological and Celtic society - 1846
...deere by grappling him with his claw, and forcing him to run headlong into precipices. Here the ganet scares high into the sky to espy his prey in the sea...through the ship's sailes, piercing them with his beak. Here is the bird engendered by the sea out of timber long lying in sea. Some call them clakes c and...
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A Chorographical Description of West Or H-Iar Connaught: Written A.D. 1684

Roderic O'Flaherty - 1846 - 494 páginas
...grappling him with his claw, and forcing him to run headlong into precipices. Here the ganet soares high into the sky to espy his prey in the sea under...through the ship's sailes, piercing them with his beak. Here is the bird engendered by the sea out of timber long lying in sea. Some call them clakes c and...
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A Chorographical Description of West Or H-Iar Connaught: Written A.D. 1684

Roderic O'Flaherty - 1846 - 494 páginas
...grappling him with his claw, and forcing him to run headlong into precipices. Here the ganet soares high into the sky to espy his prey in the sea under him, at which lie casts himself headlong into the sea, and swallows up whole herrings in a morsell. This bird flys...
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The Dublin university magazine, Volumen31

University magazine - 1848
...fortunat« in battle, and that victory is always on its side." — p. 159. 11 " Here the gannet soares high into the sky, to espy his prey in the sea under him," &c. — O' Flaherty's W. Connaughl, p. 12. » " Birds found in the high clill's and rocks of Arran,...
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Shells from the Shannon, ballads, poems & lyrics, orig. & transl

Stephen J. Meany - 1849
...victory is always on its side." — p. 159. 61 Page 79 — The soaring gannet. " Here the gannet soars high into the sky, to espy his prey in the sea under him," &c.,— O'Flaherty's West Connaught, p. 12. 62 Page 79. — The proud bird that flies but o'er the...
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Ballads, Poems, and Lyrics, Original and Translated

Denis Florence MACCARTHY - 1850 - 388 páginas
...victory is always on its side." — p. 159. 61 Page 79 — The soaring gannet. " Here the gannet soars high into the sky, to espy his prey in the sea under him," &c.,— O'Flaherty's West Connaught, p. 12. a Page 79. — The proud bird that flies but o'er the sea....
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The North British Review, Volumen19

1853
...by the Irish Archaeological Society in 1846,) we are informed that—" Here the ganet scares high in the sky to espy his prey in the sea under him, at which he casts himself headlong, and swallows up whole herrings in a morsell." Serves them right, and all according to nature. But it...
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Irish Legends and Lyrics, with Poems of the Imagination and Fancy, Volúmenes1-2

Denis Florence MacCarthy - 1858 - 455 páginas
...victory is always on its side." — p. 159. (52) PAGE 181. The soaring gunnel. " Here the gannet soars high into the sky, to espy his prey in the sea under him," &c. — O'Flaherty's Wat Connaught, p. 12. (53) PAGE 181. The proud bird that flies but o'er the sea....
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The Birds, Fishes, and Cetacea Commonly Frequenting Belfast Lough

Robert Lloyd Patterson - 1880 - 267 páginas
...coast, near Girvan. An Irish author, O'Flaherty, writing in the year 1684, said — " Here the Gannet scares high into the sky to espy his prey in the sea...into the sea, and swallows up whole herrings in a morsel. This bird flys through ship's sailes, piercing them with his beak." * St. Kilda being inhabited,...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

1881
...grappling him with his claws and forcing him to run headlong into precipices. Here the Ganet soars high into the sky to espy his prey in the sea under...herrings in a morsell. This bird flys through the ships sailes piercing them with his beak. Here is the bird engendered by the sea out of timber long...
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