This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 Excerpt: ...a tree by Modus-lombola strand. He called the bird Nahhasiipi, the name here applied to the Swift, in the absence of any true Bat. $ 766. Two.--Thetford, 1845. From Mr. R. Reynolds. $ 767. Two.--Thetford, 1848. From Mr. R. Reynolds. Mr. Reynolds learnt the art of finding Swifts' nests from Mr. Salmon, during the latter's residence at Thetford. $ 768. Seventeen.--Brandon, 1858. These were taken, with others, from the roofs of two outhouses of the Checquers Inn, by George Spencer, Mr. Newcome's very intelligent hawkingboy, who soon after died. HIRUNDO RUSTICA, Linnaeus. SWALLOW. $ 769. Eve.--England?, prior to 1844, $ 770. One.--Wirksworth, Derbyshire, prior to 1844. From Mr. George Wolley. $ 771. Two.--Elveden, 1847. $ 772. Three.--Elveden, 1848. From two nests. $ 773. One.--Elveden, 1851. $ 774. Four.--Elveden, 1852. From two nests. k 775. Three.--Elveden, 1852. $ 776. Four.--St. Neot's, 12 June, 1864. From Mr. Rowley. $ 777. Five.--Leek, Donegal, 31 May, 1862. "R. H." From Mr. Robert Harvey. $ 778. Five.--Dilham, Norfolk, 29 May, 1876. From Mr. Norgate. HIRUNDO SAVIGNII, Stephens. CHESTNUT-BELLIED SWALLOW. $ 779. One.--Banias, Palestine, 9 May, 1864. From Mr. Tristram. From the cave at the source of the Jordan. Mr. Tristram's notes on the breeding of this species, under the synonym of //. cahirica, are contained in 'The Ibis ' for 1867 (pp. 361, 362). HIRUNDO GUTTURALIS, Scopoli. $ 780. Seven.--Darasun, Dauuria, 1867. From Dr. Dybowski, through M. Jules Verreaux, 1868. $ 781. Two.--Siberia. From Dr. Dybowski, through M. Jules Verreaux, 1873. This species is mentioned by Dr. Dybowski under the name of "H. rustica var. rufa " (Journal fur Ornithologie, 1868, p. 336), and subsequently, under what seems to be its justifiable title, he descr...