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Стр. 315 - If all the year were playing holidays, To sport would be as tedious as to work.
Стр. 208 - Her Majesty is well, and excellently disposed to hunting, for every second day she is on horseback, and continues the sport long.
Стр. 150 - although they are invisible from the earth, there can be no doubt that they are perpetually hunting in circles within sight of each other. Thus, should one bird discover some object upon the surface of the earth below, his sudden pounce would be at once observed and imitated by every vulture in succession. Should one vulture
Стр. 210 - recommendable games that you can use on horseback, for it becometh a prince best of any man to be a fair and good horseman. Use therefore to ride and danton great and courageous horses, and especially use such games on horseback as may teach you to handle your
Стр. 59 - I'm quite prepared to marry again, But there'd be the deuce to pay in the Lords If I fell in love with one of my wards ! Which rather tries my temper, for I'm
Стр. 210 - therefore to ride and danton great and courageous horses, and especially use such games on horseback as may teach you to handle your arms thereon, such as the tilt, the ring, and low riding for handling
Стр. 210 - As for hawking I condemn it not, but I must praise it more sparingly, because it neither resembleth the wars so
Стр. 208 - Thomas Engaine held lands in Pitchley, in the county of Northampton, by service of finding at his own cost certain dogs for the destruction of wolves and foxes in the counties of Northampton, Rutland, Oxford, Essex and Buckingham.