It was long famous for its birdcages and fishing-tackle shops.
Beyond stretches a cool, quiet garden; and all manner of birdcages and dovecotes remind you of Rosa Bonheur's fondness for pets.
The coach was stopped at the blacksmith's, and they came running down with Triggs and Browning, and trunks, and birdcages.
Her eyes were attracted to the birdcages: she looked into them:— “Poor little things!”
It was wonderful how many people had cats with them; some held by a string, some in birdcages, but many held in arms.
“You see that Robby and I are not all alone,” he observed, as he pointed round the room to the birdcages.