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Der Taubenfreund
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Leipzig, G. Basse, 1850
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lines 17—20 annotation 12 feathers in tail normal
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line 22 annotation (a)
bottom-margin annotation Do not tread on Sole. —
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line 10 X [`bookmark']

line 5 annotation Pouters

lines 21—18 annotation Turkish with curved Beak

lines 16—9 annotation X----X
line 14 annotation X
line 13 underline "Pagadette"
lines 13—7 annotation will breed together

lines 3—1 annotation Runt Spanish
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lines 1—5 annotation Romish Runt, like Spanish

lines 9—15 annotation Barb (allied to Turbits) can cross with owls & Fan-tails
lines 13—16 score
lines 14—15 underline "aber ... unbrauchbar"
lines 14—15 annotation (a)
bottom-margin annotation (a) Barb & Fantail have useless eggs

line 19 annotation Tumbler

line 16 annotation Trumpeter

lines 11—3 annotation Moon Pigeons so called for great fertility
lines 9—7 annotation (a)
bottom-margin annotation (b) This new kind to me

top-marginline 7 annotation Mr Brent says a high bred Swallow.— is mostly meant by this
     But this description is applicable to short-footed Tumbler / Riedel gives sam accont copied frm Bechstein / Brent calls it a Magpie Tumbler but probaly not pure.—

line 4 annotation 8 ft & [illegible word] 12 pair.
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lines 7—8 annotation (a)
bottom-margin annotation (a) Carmelite apparently most like almond Tumbler in shape, so low as to walk nearly on Belly.

lines 12—15 annotation shell-tuft behind head

lines 19—21 annotation Swallow Pigeon
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line 10 underline "drehen"
line 10 annotation turn
lines 15—10 annotation ‹Smiters› ‹Tumbler› Turn like Tumblers

lines 7—1 annotation Stripe from Head along Body

lines 14—17 score
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line 9 X [`bookmark']

lines 12—18 annotation Snuff to destry insects. / Powdered quick lime.
line 20 underline "Wanzen"
line 20 annotation Bugs
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line 5 X [`bookmark']

line 15 X [`bookmark']

lines 6—4 score
line 5 annotation (a)
bottom-margin annotation some think Pigeons pair after colour & I think White Trumpeter took first to White Fan-tail

lines 7—9 annotation X    4 to 6 months for the pairing
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line 14 X [`bookmark']

lines 5—7 score
lines 5—11 annotation choose for propagation those reared in Spring
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lines 17—16 score
lines 18—14 annotation Fertility of Field Pigeons last longer
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line 2 underline "Täubin"
line 2 annotation female

lines 7—3 score
bottom-margin annotation The more nolbe [ie `noble'] pigen keep separat frm othrs.—
from End Slip annotation 42 The more noble pigeons keep separate frm others

lines 7—15 annotation Fantail & Turbit
     Turbit & Capuchin /
     carrier & Runt
     Runt & Carrier

from End Slip annotation 43    Some crosses (Q)