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Professor Ansted includes it in his list, and marks it as having been found both in Guernsey and Sark.
Probably a few yet remain in both Alderney and Sark, though they certainly are not at all numerous in either island.
She wore a kind of sark of shadowy black veil, sewn over with sparkling bits of gem.
Measles, the Member for Sark tells me, can be conveyed in various apparently innoxious guises.
The fishermen of Sark know this, as does any one who has seen them execute certain movements in the sea.
They are rare at Guernsey, very small at Jersey; but near the island of Sark are numerous as well as very large.
Near Brecq-Hou, in Sark, they show a cave where a devil-fish a few years since seized and drowned a lobster-fisher.
When a Sark-foot wife gets on her broomstick, the dames of Allonby are ready to mount.
A hood was on her head, a loose sark over her breast, a kerchief round her neck, studs on her shoulders.
I'll write to Whelpdale, and let him know that his benefaction has extended even to Sark.'
NEW GRUB STREETGEORGE GISSING

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