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II WARWICKSHIRE.

II WARWICKSHIRE.

R EADING THE MANY LETTERS upon foxhunting from widely separate localities, one cannot help being struck by the almost universal laments on short-running foxes. Indeed. I fancy we suffer more from lack of enterprise in the tribe vulpine than from any other cause. The blame is asc
February 14, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
Riding, and thence to Thornky Burn for the woad tire. Through the °overt. hounds were bard at him, but. be

Riding, and thence to Thornky Burn for the woad tire. Through the °overt. hounds were bard at him, but. be

doubled en the river banks and gained some law. The lino was then by L. Wood and Hag Hill. but close to the wall of thc A:welt Deer Park Mr Priestanan stopped the pack as it was almost dark, and we should have been right among the deer, which are esafaod in a somewhat small area
February 14, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE WHADDON CHASE.

THE WHADDON CHASE.

THESE hounds on Saturday were at the picturesque village of Whaddon. The weather, as is often the case at this fixture, was not at all inviting, a strong wind blowing, accompanied by a drizzling rain. This, however, did not deter a good field from turning out. The master gave th
February 14, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE SHIRES.

THE SHIRES.

THERE ARE BLACK SPOTS even on the fair face of Leicester. shire, and fato ordained that the Quern should spend the whole of Friday week in • bit of country mom suitable for tobogganing than aught else. Wo started from Lord Merton:a covert with our heads towards Tilton. There was
February 14, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
REDUCED CHARGE&

REDUCED CHARGE&

Sim—There has been so much said lately about the new system of loading with a light, but su ffi ciently effective, charge by means of the 33-grain nitres t hat I have got a little confused, and should esteem it a favour if you or some correspondent could straighten out my ideas.
February 14, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
SANDOWN PARR FIRST SPRING RESTISG.

SANDOWN PARR FIRST SPRING RESTISG.

Stewards—Earl of Durham. Ron. 111. M. Howard. Lord Rendkoham, Mr L. de Rothschild, and Gen. °WWI WilliWWl. Adel..-Mr C. E. Robinson. Storfer—Mr Arthur Coventry. flanit,eapper-111 , A. P. l'Anson. Clerk of tho Roo/re—My W. C. Manning. Ctrrk of Command Stokellolder—Mr Rids William
February 14, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE 00IINTRY 11l

THE FIELD, THE 00IINTRY 11l

thirty ■nd forty feet, and then rose some twenty feet to a level at which, for the most part, it has now remained for a considerable period. The scene of the disastrous hurricane in the Southern Pacific I thman, which has resulted in • less of life which will probably never bo v
February 14, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
Feb. 7, 1908.—N0. 2615. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

Feb. 7, 1908.—N0. 2615. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

HUNTING Stu Joan.—Wedueshky. Madam Saturday. liyerott Barton stass- rans.—Tassia. The Mug et Bells. Clallsoosto-11 Mums ass Ilsoza.—Tassday. Nohow Heaths !relay. Stag sad Zertuda. Ithreeid bursa awe Sousaser.—][Delay. Wissford Kin; Weasel's:lay, Friday. wad Saturday. Cieutahaes-
February 7, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
'FHB LAST SHUCKBURGH FIXTURE left me but a few hasty minutes to deal with the doings of the day, wholly

'FHB LAST SHUCKBURGH FIXTURE left me but a few hasty minutes to deal with the doings of the day, wholly

insufficient to touch upon a subject which is growing into vast importance, since it is gradually, but surely, spoiling all chance of sport and vastly increasing the anxiety which burdens a master of hounds in ' the performance of his onerous duties. I desire to separate the per
February 7, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
NATURE STUDY.t

NATURE STUDY.t

This is an admirable little book for the nature student, to whom it offers wise counsel as to what to do and what to look for in the different months of the year. There are blank pages for memoranda, so that every week may be utilised for some special study, country walks, or ex
February 7, 1903 - Field - London, London, England