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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']


lines 5—6 annotation Fantail

lines 26—27 annotation Turbits or Owls

lines 11—5 annotation seldom more than one young.
     Capuchins


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
     Carrier

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 1—2 score
top-margin annotation House pigeons lay oftener than Field Pigeons


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 9—10 annotation (a)
top-margin annotation (a) must not buy Hybrids, as their eggs are infertile, though Birds themselves bigger
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lines 9—7 score
bottom-margin annotation The house or fancy Pigeons (with few exceptions) will not go to field to feed. Much truth to teach them.
from End Slip annotation 41    Fancy Pigeons must be taught to field.


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)