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Keen sportsmen these, who dearly love to walk for hours in pursuit of game in the autumn, on the chance of bagging an occasional brace of partridges or a wild pheasant (for everything here is wild), or, in winter, when lake and fen are frostbound, by the river and its withybeds after snipe and wildfowl-for the Cotswold stream has never been known to freeze!
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I was shown such a spring in a withybed hard by the old manor house.
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When to the withybed we spy, A hungry hern or mallard fly, "Bedad! we'll bag un by and by," Tom Peregrine.
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Later on in the autumn, when November frosts begin to attract snipes to the withybeds and water meadows by the Coln, the unambitious gunner may often enjoy the charm of a small and select mixed bag.
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We now leave the home coverts and start away for a withybed about a mile up the river, where we are told there is a litter.
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As the hounds dash into the withybed a whole string of wild ducks get up, circle round us, and then fly straight away up stream in the shape of the letter V-a sight unsurpassed if you happen to be a lover of nature.
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The mother evidently disliked my intrusion, for she started off up stream, followed by her offspring, making towards a withybed a hundred yards or so higher up, where a secluded spring gives capital shelter for duck and other shy birds.
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Last October we were shooting a withybed of two acres on the river bank, when the beaters suddenly began shouting, "An otter!
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This small withybed also contained three fine foxes and a good sprinkling of pheasants.
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Examples of Withybed

Example #1
In this small hamlet I noticed that there were no less than three huge barns.
Example #2
The present occupants appeared to be an old man of some seventy years of age and his three sons.
Example #3
I saw nothing at first but a still, transparent pool, nine feet deep (they told me); it looked but three!
Example #4
These Cotswold streams are fed at intervals of about half a mile by the most beautiful springs, and from the rock comes pouring forth an everlasting supply of the purest and clearest of water.
Example #5
And bide thy time neath yonder 'mound,' Then knock un over on the ground," Tom Peregrine.
Example #6
What time the wintry woods we walk, No need have we of lure or hawk; Have we not Tom to _tower_ and talk?