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annotation Annals & Mag. Vol. 19. 1847 .p.105. vry interstng on Pigeons
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bottom-margin annotation in brown ink A Treatise on Domestic Pigeons .London Printed for th Proprietors. (no date) 2.6. old. lent me by Mr Evans. — before 1809 for owner [?]man [?]kn this . —
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top-margin annotation Did old Egyptians keep Pigeons?—
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