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" There are great penalties by the Admiralty Court laid upon those that fish out of those grounds which the Court appoints, or that destroy the cultch, or that take any oysters that are not of size, or that do not tread under their feet, or throw upon the... "
Historia Naturalis Testaceorum Britanniae, Or, The British Conchology ... - Seite 161
von Emanuel Mendes da Costa - 1778 - 254 Seiten
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The History of the Royal Society of London: For the Improving of Natural ...

Thomas Sprat - 1722 - 438 Seiten
...out of thofe grounds "which the Court appoints, or that deftroy the "Cultch, or that take any Ojfters that are not of " fize, or that do not tread under their fceti or throw " upon the fhore, a Fifh which they call a Five finger, t( refembling a Spur-rowel,...
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The British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Band 5

William Nicholson - 1809
...which the court appoints, or that destroy trie eultch, or that take any oysters that are not of size, or that do not tread under their feet, or throw upon the s,hore, a fish which they call a five-finger, resembling a spur-rowel, because that fish gets into...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts ..., Band 9

William Nicholson - 1821
...whicJi the court appoints, or that destroy the cultch, or that take any oysters that are not of size, or that do not tread under their feet, or throw upon the shore, a fish which they call a five-finger, resembling a spur-rowel, because that fish gets into the...
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The Nic-nac: Or, Literary Cabinet, Band 1

1823
...grounds that the Court appoints, or that destroy the cultck or that take any oysters that are ф of size, or that do not tread •under their feet, or throw upon the shore, a fish which they call a fivefinffcr, resembling a spur-rowell, because that fish gets into...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Band 47

Robert Jameson - 1849
...which the Court appoints, or that destroy the cultch, or that take any oysters that are not of size, or that do not tread under their feet, or throw upon the shore a fish which they call a Five-finger, resembling a spur-rowel, because that fish gets into the...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Band 47

1849
...which the Court appoints, or that destroy the cultch, or that take any oysters that are not of size, or that do not tread under their feet, or throw upon the shore a fish which they call a, Five.finger, resembling a spur-rowel, because that fish gets into the...
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Chapters on the Common Things of the Sea-side

Anne Pratt - 1850 - 345 Seiten
...which the Court appoints, or that destroy the Cultch, or that take any oysters that are not of size, or that do not tread under their feet or throw upon the shore a fish which they call a Five-finger, resembling a spur rowel, because that fish gets into the...
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A history of British mollusca, and their shells, by E. Forbes and S. Hanley

Edward Forbes, Sylvanus Charles T. Hanley - 1853
...which the court appoints, or that destroy the cultch, or that take any oysters that are not of size, or that do not tread under their feet, or throw upon the shore, a fish which they call a five-finger, resembling a spur-rowel, because that fish gets into the...
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Natural history. Mollusca

Philip Henry Gosse - 1854
...abundant increase in such pits of the green Infusoria and Desmidece, on which the Oyster feeds. size, or that do not tread under their feet, or throw upon the shore, a fish, which they call a five-finger, resembling a spur-rowel, because that fish gets into...
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Silver-shell, Or, the Adventures of an Oyster

Charles Williams - 1856 - 184 Seiten
...court appoints, or that destroy the cultch (the spat], or that take any oysters that are not of size, or that do not tread under their feet, or throw upon the shore, a fish which they call a five-finger, resembling a spur-rowel, because that fish gets into the...
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