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- n. Obsolete form of perch. (unit of measurement)
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- n. See perch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of perch and perch.
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Was surprise to catch 17 yellow pearch or ringneck perch from shore using minnows.
June 30, 2009 at 7:43 am now iknows ware Pam Ayres gotted inspyred ‘she found teh stik teh yaboz had adn poked him orf his pearch’
#1: Those who usually bash on Christianity, are the same ones who always pearch about having an open mind.
Than Daniel Lapin's continuing fall from his pearch?
For fresh water fish, besides the common sorts (as carpe, pikes, pearch, tench, roach, &c.) they haue diuers kinds very good and delicate: as the Bellouga or Bellougina of 4. or 5. elnes long, the
Mr. Witecker called again to say he had looked at the stone and would employ Nicholas to quary a few pearch in order to haveing them taken down to try the quality. 5
I am to write to him stateing the price I will take pr. pearch for the privilage to qu [a] rry them.
He bestowed the sum of £100 for the relief of members of his company "usinge the brode shire or ell rowinge of the pearch or making of garmentes" during his lifetime, and some landed estate in the city by his will for like purpose. —
Fidelium_ or Essays, wherein grow trees of more than two foote diameter, besides cypresse, myrtils, lentiscs, and other rare shrubs, which serve to nestle and pearch all sorts of birds, who have an ayre and place enough under their ayrie canopy, supported with huge iron worke stupendious for its fabrick and the charge.
Indians on horse back folowed after when a shout was raised & eight or ten mounted went to assist hunting the fugitives after an hours ride backward & farword they gave up & all started of north I crawled down from my pearch & caught a few moments of cool feverish sleep.