"Let us give them a bishop, then," says the bearer of the tiercel, which is called by that name.
The price for a falcon is four to five pounds, and of a tiercel from three to four.
It is a good thing to a man that hath a noble goshawk or a tiercel or a sparrow hawk for partridge, to have such hounds.
One tiercel has been known to kill eight magpies in a day; but this is extraordinary work.
It must not be considered that this tiercel did not dash at once into the whole flock because he was afraid to do so.
The tiercel of the saker is more properly called a sakret, sakeret, or sackeret.
It is only rather exceptionally that a tiercel can be got to fly them.
Eyesses, as well as passage peregrines, may be flown at the rook; but this quarry is more suitable for a falcon than a tiercel.
Changing his mind, therefore, the tiercel stooped again at one of the fugitives.
The latter was probably called the tercel, or tiercel, from being about a third smaller than the falcon.