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The Meet. With Bright Faces and Merry Hearts.
The Warwickshiret. Kill at Gaydon Spinney looking towards Edgehill.
The Pytchley at Braunston Brook.
The Belvoir. The Duke of Rutland’s Hounds in the Vale near Jericho Gorse.
“The Sinner” Charles FitzRoy, 4th Baron Southampton.
The Cotswold at Compton Abdale.
Chinese Pheasant. Phasianus Torquatus. Drawn from life at the Zoological Society’s Vivarium.
The Old Berkshire at Balking.
The Bicester. A Check at Edgecott.
Guns:Five Breech-Loading Rifles and Shot Guns iincluding Short Enfield Rifle and Lefaucheau Shot Gun.
Brook Hawking: The precursor to wildfowl shooting practised on all bodies of water with dogs flushing to falcons.
Shooting Flying: The first mention of shooting flying birds rather than perched birds is by Blome; the new fashion probably began with the return of Charles II from exile.