List of Star-HOUNDS, Fox of the best fellows in the world
HOUNDS, HARRIERS, Bea-
-Equally difficult to beat in the
battle-field, the hunting-field, or
GLES, AND Orter-HOUNDS
over the mahogany-Mr. Hay of
IN GREAT BRITAIN AND Dunse Castle, His character as
IRELAND, for the present a Master of Hounds in Warwick-
season, with the Names of
shire-Another, and yet the same
the Masters or Managers,
Mr. Hay in Scotland-His social
qualities- A Horseman of the first
and Huntsmen and Whips.. 2 order-His horse “ Crafty,” like
Full Cry. No. 2. ..... his master, thorough-bred-Mr.
Engraved by ZEITTER, from a Draw-
Hay an amateur spectator at the
ing by ALKEN.
Battle of Waterloo-The Laird of
First Spear. ............ 29
Saddell The Poet, the Songster,
A Scene at Sholapoor.
the Jovial Companion, and the
NIMROD'S NORTHERN Tour 33
Sportsman combined in one-
Could have written the Pythic
First Impressions of Berwick unfa-
Ode and sung it afterwards-
vourable–The Fortifications and
Specimen of his Lyrick Muse-
Bridge interesting objects - No
A very superior horseman-His
Coach travelling on the Sabbath
stud-Experiment with his Horses
in Scotland-Horrors of a “ Yel-
low Post-Chaise"-Colloquy be-
tween Nimrod and Himself in RACING ................ 45
one — Arrival at Dunse - The
Newmarket First October Meeting.
“would-be Tilbury's" stud and
Newmarket Second Oct. Meeting.
their attendant -- Description
of the “ Melton Mowbray of SPRINGING A Wild Duck 55
the North”- Lord Elcho-His Painted by Cunliffe and Engraved
character, and a sketch of his by Parr.
sporting career ---Dinner-party
at the Black Bull, Lord Elcho,
NOVEMBER .............. 56
Mr. Hay of Dunse Castle, Mr. HINTS To Young Masters
Campbell of Saddell,and Nimrod;
OF Fox HOUNDS AND
joined by Lord Saltoun and Mr.
McDowal Grant--First day with
SPORTSMEN IN GENERAL.
Lord Elcho's Hounds—Anecdote Letter V. ............ 58
of Mr. Baird and the “ Young
| On servants' wages and stable ex-
Writer,” and of Nimrod and a
pences.-Mr. Berkeley's stud,-
Surrey Fox-hunter - Arrival of
Management, &c.- On riding to
the Earl of Eglington, Lord Ar-
hounds, fencing, &c. With a
chibald Seymour, the Messrs.
few words on dram drinking,
Fletcher and Mr. Mackenzie
cigar smoking, and other abomina-
Grieve-Sketch of each of the
party at Dunse-Lord Elcho as
a Master of Hounds, and a Hunts-
The Chase ............. 64
man-His gentlemanly deport Mr. Charles Holmés AND
ment and command of temper in
The BLENHEIM Coach .. 68
the field-No “blowing up”-
OLD TOM Rose
Possessed of an ardent tempera-
ment and a strong constitution,
FINE ARTS ............
two excellent qualifications for a TatteRSALLS .......
Huntsman. — Experience alone
NOTICE TO CORRESPON-
wanting to his perfection - His
Kennel and Stud-Lord Saltoun,
the “Hero of Hougamont-"One
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