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WANTED, Cheap AGRICULTURAL or LANDED ESTATE, about 1000 to acres, divided Into several farms, with residence or suitab:c •Ite.— State

WANTED, Cheap AGRICULTURAL or LANDED ESTATE, about 1000 to acres, divided Into several farms, with residence or suitab:c •Ite.— State

lowest price, which must be moderate, tithe., it,. to "Landed," lia,tiegs tionie,Nortolk•street, Strsnil,Londun.
January 16, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
''S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 103.—Jan. 16, 1904.

''S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 103.—Jan. 16, 1904.

NORMANDY. —The HOTEL D'ANGLE. TERRE. CAEN, offers reduced rates for PENSI ON i n o t ar mews. apectal for Al 4) stud l7 t ents o and tunnies coming to tho R ELAND (Co. Kerry).-BHOOTTNG woodcock. antpe, duck, plover. Apply t o J. Lams. Proprietor, Loafers Hotel. Mimeo. Z ETLAND H
January 16, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
SOUTH KENSINGTON HOTEL,

SOUTH KENSINGTON HOTEL,

Queen's Gate Terrace, B.W. CONSIDERABLY ENLARGED. Noted for its Comfort and Convenience. One of the most Fashionable Hotels in London. GAGRY, Caucasus, Shore Black Sea. — Comfortable climate guilder than Riviera; sub-tropical vegetation; park, grounds, promenade, and 350.000 acr
January 16, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

January 16, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
PREPARATIONS

PREPARATIONS

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January 16, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
VICTOR CUN.

VICTOR CUN.

Unsurpassed for ease of manipulation, elegance, and lasting powers, extra fine quality of specially selected materials. Single or Double Triggers. 1 h.lll T 0.% LI It ILI II 1." —" i best Lou superior uN reuard..tretigth and of isiioOliDir, but it is immensely superior in lii,is
January 16, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER. Vol. 103.—Jan. 16,1904.

NEWSPAPER. Vol. 103.—Jan. 16,1904.

THE EARL OF HARRINGTOWB HOUNDS. Tam hound. met in Nottingham market-place on Thursday la last week, when Lord and Lady Harrington, who drove over from Mapperley with Mr and Ma J. Robinson, were cordial' s welcomed at the Exchange Hall by the mayor (Mr A. Page), the numerous gues
January 16, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE GARTH HUNT.

THE GARTH HUNT.

These hounds met at Heckfield Place, the residence of Colonel Walpole, on Jan. 8, when a fine day's sport took place. Mr Gosling had his bitch pack out, as is always the case on a Friday, and who wants a better picture than master and huntsman, with hounds and whippers-in, on hi
January 16, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
Jan. 16, 1904.—N0. 2664. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER,

Jan. 16, 1904.—N0. 2664. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER,

THE COUHTRY HOUSE. THE DECADENCE OF WRESTLING. THE EXHIBITIONS OF WRESTLING which have been and still are taking place in various parts of the country, the disputes connected therewith, and the unseemly behaviour of some of the competitors, have once more been the means of drawi
January 16, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

otter in his arms, is still preserved alongside a similar rep roduction of his friend Tommy Dobson, of the Eskdale ( Cumberland ) mountain pack of foxhounds, who is accompanied by a tame fox which he then possessed. It. B. L. NOTES AND QUERIES ON NATURAL HISTORY. THE RISING POST
January 16, 1904 - Field - London, London, England