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" No sooner a sowing, but out by and by, with mother or boy, that alarum can cry; And let them be armed with sling or with bow, to scare away pigeon, the rook, and the crow. "
Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry,: As Well for the Champion Or Open ... - Page 18
by Thomas Tusser - 1812 - 374 pages
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A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions ..., Volume 1

Robert Nares - English language - 1872
...and turn crcm-lc?f[i*r. Idra 48. This is one of Tusser's directions for September: o эоопсг a sowing, but out by and by With mother or boy that alarum can cry: And let them be n mud with a sling or a bow. To зсагеате-ау pigeon, the rook, or the crow. So among his...
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Five Hundred Pointes of Good Husbandrie, Volume 8

Thomas Tusser - Agriculture - 1878 - 350 pages
...Sowe barlie and dredge, with a plentifull hand, least weede, steed of seede, ouer groweth thy land. H5 No sooner a sowing, but out by and by, with mother*...can cry : And let them be armed with sling or with bowe, K6eping of to skare away piggen, the rooke and the crowe. Crowes. 1 5 Seed sowen, draw a forrough,...
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fiue hundred pointes of good husbanrie

thomas tusser - 1878
...barlie and dredge, with a plentifull hand, least weede, steed of seede, ouer groweth thy land. 14 s No sooner a sowing, but out by and by, with mother'...can cry: And let them be armed with sling or with bowe, K6eping f to skare away piggen, the rooke and the crowe. rrowes. 15 Seed sowen, draw a forrough,...
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Five Hundred Pointes of Good Husbandrie, Volume 8

Thomas Tusser - Agriculture - 1878 - 350 pages
...weede, steed of seede, ouer groweth thy land. 14' No sooner a sowing, but out by and by, with mother4 or boy that Alarum can cry : And let them be armed with sling or with bowe, K6eping of to skare away piggen, the rooke and the crowe. crowes. 15 Seed sowen, draw a forrough,...
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Folk-lore of Shakespeare

Thomas Firminger Thiselton Dyer - Folklore in literature - 1884 - 559 pages
...crow-keeper." One of Tusser's directions for September is : " No sooner a-sowing, but out by-and-by, With mother or boy that alarum can cry : And let them be armed with a sling or a bow, To scare away pigeon, the rook, or the crow." In "Romeo and Juliet" (1.4) a scarecrow...
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A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to ...

Robert Nares, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - English language - 1888 - 981 pages
...Practise thy quiver, and turn croK-kecpcr. Idea 48. This is one of Tusser's directions for September : No sooner a sowing, but out by and by With mother...boy that alarum can cry: And let them be armed with a sling or a bow, To scare away pigeon, the rook, or the crow. So among his harvest tools he reckons...
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My Kalendar of Country Delights

Helen Rose Anne Milman Crofton - Country life - 1903 - 368 pages
...flower seeds out-of-doors. Then to the farmer he gives this advice : " No sooner a sowing, tut out by and by, With Mother or Boy that Alarum can cry, And let them be armed with sling aud with bowe, To stare away piggen, the rooke and the crowe." Another verse of his I found I like...
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My garden in the City of gardens: a memory ...

Edith E.] [Cuthell - India - 1905 - 286 pages
...gardener, to prevent him stealing them, and he, in his turn, has protected them " With Mother and Boy that alarum can cry, And let them be armed with sling and with bowe To skare away piggen, the rooke and the crowe," as old Tusser recommended as long ago...
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Country Acres: Country Wisdom for the Working Landscape

David Larkin, Sabra Elliott Larkin - House & Home - 1998 - 160 pages
...too thin; Sow barley and dredge with a plentiful hand, lest weed stead of seed, overgroweth thy land. No sooner a sowing, but out by and by, with mother...bow, to scare away pigeon, the rook, and the crow Fruit gathered too timely will taste of the wood, will shrink and be bitter, and seldom prove good:...
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