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Falcons, 43, 46, 51, 388.
Fauna Selbornensis, 21.
Fern-owl, 91, 93, 95, 98, 138,
153, 180, 294.
Field-cricket, 345.

Field-fares, 43, 119, 131.
Field-mouse, 194.

Fish at Selborne, 29, 48, 378.
Flusher, 83.
Fly-catcher, 70, 140, 193, 247.
Fogs, 288.

Forest flies, 200.

Fossils at Selborne, 10.

of wood, 393.
Freestone,
chalk, 3.

analogous

grows shaky wood, 4.
its uses, 13.

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Grallæ migrating, 75.
Grasshopper-lark, 69.
Green lizard, 90.
Gregarious habits of horses
and cows, 275.
Grey fly-catcher, 41.
Grosbeak, 47.
Guernsey lizard, 97.
Gurdon, Sir Adam, 7.

Hail-storm at Selborne, 419.

Hanger, the, 2.
Hampton bridge, 8.
Harvest-mouse, 52.
bug, 170.
Hasel-wych, 6.
Hawkley-hanger, 342.
Hawk, sparrow, 337, 363.
blue, 242.
Haws, 53.

Haze or smoky fog, 416.
Heat and cold, 413.
Heath-fires, 26.
Hedgehog, 130.
Hedge-sparrow, and the cuc-
koo, 137, 250.
Heliotropus,
winter, 328.
Helleboris, order of blowing,
328.

summer and

Hemp-seed for birds, 204

Herissant's Mons., mistake,

293.

Hogs, age of, 300.
Hogmere, 29.
Holt forest, 29, 35.
Home-made candles, 279.
Honey-dew, 414.
Honey-buzzard, 362.
Hoopoes at Selborne, 46.
Hops, suitable soil for, 5.
Horns at Lord Pembroke's,
147.

Horse and hen, 275.
Humming in the air, 317.

Improved cultivation, 314.

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Ponds on chalk hills, 289.
Wolmer, 29.
Poultry, their discernment,

192.

their notes and lan-
guage, 338.

Puffins, breed on flat ground,
87.
Purlieus, 29.
Puckeridge, 92.

Quails, 58.
Queen's bank, 22.

Rain, 17.

fall of at Selborne, 18.
compared with Ply-
mouth, 396, 404.
Rats, 42.

Ravens' oak, 8.

Ray, his writings, 313.
Redwing, 44, 175.
Redbreast, 125, 243.
Redstart, 246.
Reed-sparrow, 121.
Royston crow, 168.
Ring-ousel, 54, 83, 100, 111,
120, 148, 153, 221.
Ring-dove, 142, 169, 365.
Rock-pigeons, 365.

Rooks, 64, 65, 189, 203, 221,

394.

Rupert, Prince, 33.
Rush candles, 279.
Reaumur's insect preserves,
200.

Rutland, fall of rain in, 164.

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Stock-dove, 169, 202, 364.
Stone-chat, 204.
Stone, free, 13.

rag, 14.

sand, 15.
yellow, 15.

Stone-curlew, 67, 87, 113, 156,
159, 393.

Erogy of animals, 192.
Sun-dials,or heliotropes, 239.
Summer birds of passage, 44,
104.

Sunbury on Thames, 54.
Sussex Downs, 215.
Superstitions of country peo-
ple, 285.

Swallows, 36, 54, 98, 122, 149,
152, 156, 159, 165, 180, 185,
188, 199, 207, 219, 222, 231,
240, 263, 321.

Swallow literature, 186.
Swallows, drink flying, 205.

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