Gray (and he informs me that he knows of a second case) from the ass and the hemionus; and this hybrid, though the ass seldom has stripes on its legs and the hemionus has none and has not even a shoulder-stripe, nevertheless had all four legs barred, and had three short shoulder-stripes, like those on the dun
Welch pony, and even had some zebra-like stripes on the sides of its face.
When thus skimming across a prairie in the autumn, their light gray or dun
color blends with the hue of the withered herbage, the swiftness of their motion baffles the eye, and they almost seem unsubstantial forms, driven like gossamer before the wind.
Now," quoth Arthur a Bland to himself, when he had come to that part of the road that cut through a corner of the forest, "no doubt at this time of year the dun
deer are coming from the forest depths nigher to the open meadow lands.
Meanwhile there was the snow and the low arch of dun
vapor-- there was the stifling oppression of that gentlewoman's world, where everything was done for her and none asked for her aid-- where the sense of connection with a manifold pregnant existence had to be kept up painfully as an inward vision, instead of coming from without in claims that would have shaped her energies.
As the friends topped each rise which leads up to the Crystal Palace, they could see the dun
clouds of London stretching along the northern sky-line, with spire or dome breaking through the low-lying haze.
This is the Leabhar Na h-Uidhre, or Book of the Dun
A second witness testified to having seen him wearing "a blue coat with silver buttons, a red waistcoat, black shag breeches, tartan hose, and a feathered hat, with a big coat, dun
coloured," a costume referred to by one of the counsel as "French cloathes which were remarkable.