Hunting in many countries / by Charles Richardson [book]

Charles Richardson
1922 unpublished
House, Bream's Buildings, E.C.4. ^tfl^5 3^ DEDICATION. To John C. Straker, Master of the Tynedale since 1883; John E. Rogerson, Master of the North Durham since 1888; and Lewis Priestman, Master of the Braes of Derwent since 1890, who between them have held the Masterships of three adjoining Countries for a period of just over a century, and with whose hounds the author has seen much good sport. PREFACE. In the following pages the author has attempted a double task : he has gathered from the
more » ... athered from the experience of manj years recollections of runs with packs of hounds whose names are familiar to all, and he has complied with the wishes of friends in the North of England and elsewhere in giving particulars of certain packs which have hitherto been neglected by fox-hunting historians. He has not aimed in all these cases at giving the details which should be presented in every complete history of a hunt, but has relied rather on his own personal knowledge of countries with which he can claim to be fairly well acquainted Some of the runs belong to recent days, others to hunting history.
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