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THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

WANTED, SITUATION as COACH MAN, married, age 32; twalve months' prasen and elz year& previous character.—Addrer E. Roost Kinston ~ WANTED, by a Married Man, a SITIJATION as STUD GROOM; seventeen years in Mit situation ; left through death ; can have excellent references. 4ddrell
March 25, 1882 - Field - London, London, England
 
LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS.

LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS.

and Comer. k.lron. and Steel Cords for Window Seabee et GILT and SILVERED CORDS for Ranging Pictures. Iron Steel Ropes for Yachts' Rigging. Fencing Sound. Weather Vanes Finish.. &e. made to any doeien. Lightning Conductors Tostod by Experionced Electricians. pARHAM'S IRON TENNIS
March 25, 1882 - Field - London, London, England
 
A. DAVIS and CO., SADDLERS, &0., 10, STRAND, LONDON (CORNER OF CRAVEN STREET), 2, RUE DE VIENNE, PARIS. (Agent—Mr BEEAED).

A. DAVIS and CO., SADDLERS, &0., 10, STRAND, LONDON (CORNER OF CRAVEN STREET), 2, RUE DE VIENNE, PARIS. (Agent—Mr BEEAED).

Illustrated Catalogues two stamps, with full dewlap tons of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Horse Clothing. Whips. Spurs, Stable ßrushes, Stable Mans., ie., all priori for and offering the fall admin. taps of our attends* manufacturing facilities. NEW SADDLE,
March 25, 1882 - Field - London, London, England
 
PHEASANTS

PHEASANTS

Penned for Laying Should now have
March 25, 1882 - Field - London, London, England
 
TOURIST RESORTS IN NEW MEXICO.

TOURIST RESORTS IN NEW MEXICO.

TOT A LITTTE COURAGE IS NEEDED to write on New Mexico, for, apart from its beings territory that has attracted very little attention abroad, it is one that has in the history of many of its Spanish land grants attained disagreeable notoriety on the stock exceangee of more than o
March 25, 1882 - Field - London, London, England
 
3. Lady Diana ((them!). by Lord Warwick (son of Leamington) out of Maggie,by Lamm'lot. her dam by Commack (son of

3. Lady Diana ((them!). by Lord Warwick (son of Leamington) out of Maggie,by Lamm'lot. her dam by Commack (son of

Batman Platoff). foal to Nounanby. 4. Lady Orrick (brown), by Pita,lames (son of Artillery) out of Royal Lady, by St. Albans., her dam Lady Ann, by Tonchatoneout of Susan, by Ells—Tesane, bWhisker. In foal to Normanby. 5. Macaroon chesunt), by Irish Church, by Newrainster, her d
March 25, 1882 - Field - London, London, England
 
MAncu 25, 1882.

MAncu 25, 1882.

March 25, 1882 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD; THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD; THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

from home, and Ward finished dye yards behind the winner. Time, 7min Mlisec.—Final Heat: Clarke, 11 Cockerdl, 2; Woletenholme, 3. Clarke began fast, and cut Cockerill down in the fourth lap, rep ea ti ng th e performance with Wolstenholme in the sixth. after which the race was v
March 25, 1882 - Field - London, London, England
 
NUBIAN AN! SILVER.

NUBIAN AN! SILVER.

Or Mondayalternoon • ;Miler's match for &Oa ;icie;maa rowed from Putney Aqueduct to the Ship at Mortlake, between G. Babear, of Barnes. and D. Silver, of Lea Bridge, the latter receiving beec. start. Odds°, 6to 4 were betted upon Belmar so freely that, before the start, 2 to 1 b
March 25, 1882 - Field - London, London, England
 
POULTRY AND PIGEONS.

POULTRY AND PIGEONS.

PIGEONS 03 T33413.—A. B. C. asks in your issue of the 4th of March how to keep pigeons from trespassing on'house. Some years ago I taught my birds to alight on the elm trees near my house by waving a flag on the hotmetop, when the birds werenear the finish of their flight. This
March 25, 1882 - Field - London, London, England