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THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY (ENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY (ENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

VREEHOLD CHIEF RENTS. —To be SOLD. well recurod, CII LEP RENTS prry'utine up 'war& t f tr.go ari.laut out of Fpurgiohl Emote, In Noun Loicto•lon..--Addrees RA oc I've and Lams. EMI) ROW, Aldenliam Ilerta.—To be I%_ LET, a FARM of ibl acme, with tho shooting. and gentlerastia bon
November 30, 1867 - Field - London, London, England
 
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November 30, 1867 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE COUNTRY HOUSE. THE PARK HACK. Dv " IMPECUNIOSUS." " CHOW ME YOUR HACK, and I will toll you what

THE COUNTRY HOUSE. THE PARK HACK. Dv " IMPECUNIOSUS." " CHOW ME YOUR HACK, and I will toll you what

you are," CHOW lately wrote a remarkably keen observer of human rature, sporting and metropolitan ; and assuredly a man's park hack affords more often than not an index to his character. Certain animals seem to the most casual observer suited for certain purposes, and for such p
November 30, 1867 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

HUNTING APPOINTKENTI 132GLAND-STAGHOUNDS. Hes 2datarry's.—Honday. leer He gth: Frulsy. e.to.l.rook Park -1111 c 0 ,,,, 8L .. S te lue,.day, he ley: (4104n1 Bra.lbre -11 ROTUNCUILD . I. Haaos.—Munday, Hollagung Mill rum. Thursday. Meutmore Crags Oasts-roads—lt Atiaterrox.—Toady,
November 30, 1867 - Field - London, London, England
 
" THE STRUGGLE" Stn —A letter in vnnr 'sane of last Saturday, Spied "Fair Play," dal for few words from me. . .

" THE STRUGGLE" Stn —A letter in vnnr 'sane of last Saturday, Spied "Fair Play," dal for few words from me. . .

" THE STRUGGLE" Stn —A letter in vnnr 'sane of last Saturday, Spied " Fair Play," dal for few words from me. Fair Play's " remark,, 7,:the mistake made by the jury, and on—na pat by him—my right to interfere, are beside the questiou. The mistake made. It resulted in the wrong nis
November 30, 1867 - Field - London, London, England
 

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THE FARM.

THE FARM.

SORGHUM OR ROMPS PACCIIARATUS SEED. S UTTON and SUNS, Importers, can supply genuine New Seed et Is St per lb., per packet, with " Instructions on Cultivation." Royal Berkshire tMed Estahlishrnent„ReadlnF._ NUTTING'S SELECTED DWARF RED BEET.—The Horticultural Society having repor
May 5, 1860 - Field - London, London, England
 
GROUSE PROSPECTS.

GROUSE PROSPECTS.

THE PROSPECTS OF THIS YEAR depend entirely on M a y and June. Severe winters and late springs, like the present, although very injurious to deer, seldom do much harm to grouse. A fine mild winter and early spring is always destructive to them, especially when followed by rough w
May 5, 1860 - Field - London, London, England
 
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WE CONTINUE TO RECEIVE from all quarters the most satisfactory commendations fur the course taken by us with regard the proposed alteration of the salmon laws. When the mere money value of the question is taken into consideration (for our fisheries might easily be worth millions
May 5, 1860 - Field - London, London, England
 
HIGH WATER AT 'LONDON BRIDGE.

HIGH WATER AT 'LONDON BRIDGE.

b SUNDAY, 6 PRINCIPAL FORTHCOMING EVENTS OF REASON. MAT Moo. 7.-11cullers' match an the Tyne, for Taylor and Wod. 9.—beulor eculiere' race of Loudou Now tog Club for Yr Carlow's woes: Putney to Hama Thurs. 10—Cambridge University Boat Cleb elghLoared races. FrL IL—Four-oared rar
May 5, 1860 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FARM.

THE FARM.

A RABLE FAT:AL—Amidst the many disadvantages under which the farmer has laboured during the last winter's severe frost, we are glad to be able to advert to one advantage which he is now reaping, namely, that of finding his land for green crops better prepared by means of frost a
May 5, 1860 - Field - London, London, England