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Mr. Howard Saunders also says he can bear witness to the egg-eating propensities of the Harriers.
BIRDS OF GUERNSEY (1879)CECIL SMITH
And there is a pack of foxhounds that meets about ten miles off once a week at least, and some harriers close by.
But the harriers are to go out the day after to-morrow, if the frost does not return, and I am looking forwards to a good gallop.
And, yes, we went out with the harriers; I had never sat a horse when he jumped anything before, and I came a couple of croppers.
It prefers to obtain its food by robbing ospreys, kites, marsh-harriers and other birds weaker than itself.
A BIRD CALENDAR FOR NORTHERN INDIADOUGLAS DEWAR
Hen-harriers fly low over heaths or fields of corn, and beat the ground regularly like a pointer or setting-dog.
THE NATURAL HISTORY OF SELBORNE, VOL. 2GILBERT WHITE
The dogs, hounds and harriers, leaped out of the thicket after him, and after the dogs flew out Tchertop-hanov himself.
A SPORTSMAN'S SKETCHESIVAN TURGENEV
See that your gun is in complete order, for hark to the sound of the bugle and horn, and the mingled clamor of a pack of harriers!
AUDUBON AND HIS JOURNALS, VOL. 2MARIA R. AUDUBON
The Trevena harriers were to meet for the first time this season, and everybody was full of that event.
MOUNT ROYAL, VOLUME 3 OF 3MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
There are two packs of hounds kept here, one to hunt the big elk, the other a pack of harriers.
A VOYAGE IN THE 'SUNBEAM'ANNIE ALLNUT BRASSEY