These interrogatives were addressed to the footman who had come in to say that the keeper had found one of Dagley's boys with a leveret in his hand just killed.
Brooke, who presently came and said that he would step into the carriage and go with Dorothea as far as Dagley's, to speak about the small delinquent who had been caught with the leveret. Dorothea renewed the subject of the estate as they drove along, but Mr.
"Your little lad Jacob has been caught killing a leveret, Dagley: I have told Johnson to lock him up in the empty stable an hour or two, just to frighten him, you know.
'Do you think it likely?' I ventured to inquire: for Matilda had started off in pursuit of her dog, that was chasing a leveret
She hates the leveret
that runs across the path; she hates everything that is not what she longs for.
Roast partridges, flanked with quails and flanking a larded leveret
; boiled fowls; hams, fried and sprinkled with white wine, cardons of Guipuzcoa and la bisque ecrevisses : these, together with soups and hors d'oeuvres , constituted the governor's bill of fare.
Aye, this is indeed a pied merlin, and with a leveret
under its claws, as I am a living woman.
He was a key component in the all-conquering 'folk supergroup' Bellowhead, but he has also been part of other acts like Leveret
and Jon Boden's Remnant Kings and has also worked with Eliza Carthy, Sam Carter, Fay Hield and Hannah James.
hawker Female hares can produce two to four litters a year and I could not decide in the fading light whether this was a couple of females, or a mother with a mature leveret
On the folk front, and at the same venue, Sean Lakeman and Kathryn Roberts are also back in March and there are other acts in the folk-field like Fisherman's Friends, Moya Brennan, Police Dog Hogan, Leveret
and Beth Nielsen Chapman.
Morris started the year with success in the in the Leveret
Trophy at Formby before joining the England team who successfully defended their European Team title.
She sits down to "Supper on a young Leveret
, a brace of Partridges, a leash of Pheasants and a Dozen Pigeons" (9).