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THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY if

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY if

FIELD, THE COUNTRY Grove. They next crossed the river--whore it was fordable—and hunted over Bridge fill! Farm to the alagheapa of the Consott Iron Company. As a rule, when foxes roach this place Croy disappear amongst the interstices of tho slag; but this time hounds scaled the
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
SIR W. W. WYNN'S HOUNDS.

SIR W. W. WYNN'S HOUNDS.

THE fixture on Tuesday last was at Rednal, near o,i‘estry, when a fox, found in the big wood at Woodhouse, after running the length of it, made through Baanctts, then crossed the park into the Cottage Wood. On emerging ho skirted the gorse and pointed for the Bury Wood, whence h
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
IN WARWICESSIRI.

IN WARWICESSIRI.

TT WOULD BE NO UNPROFITABLE IDEA in one's hunting career to introduce a dress rehearsal before embarking upon the momentous Monday in November. Judging from a personal standpoint the importance of a trial trip to "stretch our canvass" would effectually dispose of those vexations
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Molecomb Stakes, and easily beat Maid of Corinth and three subsequent winners in Louvignv, Cardinal Beaufort, and Cherie. mont. He nvxf t oo k p ar t in th e Tattersall Bale Stakes at Doncaster, when he heat Greenback at 31b, and his last outing was that of last week, when, in t
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
TIME TILES lIT lissr.t

TIME TILES lIT lissr.t

Tarr this is altogether an uncommon book must be the first thought of anyone who takes It in hand, and this impression is deepened the more one examinee it. The name of the author is strange, the parer, the type, and the illustrations are all of an unusual character, and the pub
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G SOH! PROBLEMS OF THE SHOT GUN.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G SOH! PROBLEMS OF THE SHOT GUN.

Sin,—As one who has also had trouble with a heavy 12-bore, I found " Benton's" letter in the Field of Oct. 16 very interesting. In my case. however, the 12--a gun of Tilb., built to the lines of a 16 of 611 b., which suite me very well—shot persistently a yard high at about 30 o
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
CURIOUS SHOT AT RABBIT.

CURIOUS SHOT AT RABBIT.

killed this morning two rabbits at one shot with a •250 rook rifle under circumstances which are interesting, as they show the great deviation of a bullet possible upon striking a rabbit. The shot was fired from an upper window of the house at about 15ft. from the ground. The ra
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
TEI OLD :RAILS IDSHIRIII2.

TEI OLD :RAILS IDSHIRIII2.

TEI OLD :RAILS Ba R. PAT Nc-GALLwrr, Bart., has kindly sent for our inspection an interesting old memorandum which be has found in his library relating to some long•forgotten Thames fishery case. On the back it is lettered "Mr Gregg about the ffwbery. To the Lady ffauoonberg," wi
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
was as follows:

was as follows:

Mr E. F. St. John's Whitebreads Togo, by Noble—Belle; breeder, Mr S. Bristow; born 1908. Mr E. F. St.. John's Whitebreacts Jill, by Crab—Charnock Darkey; breeder. Mr A. Blom!leld; born September. 1908. Mr G. Ma y ' s Shallows tapped, by Flapper — 'teller ; breeder, owner; born M
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY- GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY- GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England