Riding and Driving

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Macmillan, 1905 - Driving of horse-drawn vehicles - 441 pages
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Page 203 - ... mule — strength, constancy and foot ; — three of a deer — head, legs and short hair ; — three of a wolf — throat, neck and hearing; — three of a fox — ear, tail and trot ; — three of a serpent — memory, sight and turning ; — and three of a hare or cat — running, walking and suppleness.
Page 445 - With many illustrations by AB FROST and others. THE WATER-FOWL FAMILY By LEONARD C. SANFORD, LB BISHOP, and TS VAN DYKE. With many illustrations by LA FUERTES, AB FROST, and CL BULL. BASS, PIKE, PERCH, AND PICKEREL By JAMES A.
Page 390 - Lead-traces with screw heads of the cock-eyes up. All parts of the harness should be double and neatly stitched. Collars to be of black patent leather, shaped to the neck. The hames bent to fit the collar accurately.
Page 424 - His boots were polish'd, his jacket was trim ; With a very smart tie in his smart cravat, And a smart cockade on the top of his hat ; Tallest of boys, or shortest of men, He stood in his stockings just four foot ten ; And he ask'd, as he held the door on the swing, ' Pray, did your Lordship please to ring...
Page 388 - Loin cloths for team, and the necessary waterproof aprons, should be carried in a convenient and accessible part of the Drag. It is usual for a Park Drag to be fitted with luncheon boxes, wine racks, &c., also with a box on the roof called an
Page 386 - An umbrella basket, to be hung on the near side. Lamps off, — Lamps inside coach. Two extra lead bars, consisting of a main and side bar fastened to the back of the hind seat with straps. Main bar above. Lead bars put on with screw heads of furniture up. The following articles to be neatly stowed...
Page 445 - Edited by CASPAR WHITNEY Crown 8vo Cloth Each $2.00 net THE DEER FAMILY By THEODORE ROOSEVELT, TS VAN DYKE, DG ELLIOTT, and AJ STONE. With many illustrations by CARL RUNOUTS, and map by DR.
Page 385 - The hind seat is usually supported by solid wooden risers, with wooden curtain, but the supports may be of curved iron, as in a park drag, in which case a stationary leather curtain is used. Its seat should be wide enough for at least two beside the guard, who should occupy the near side with an extra cushion. He should have a strap to take hold of when standing to sound the horn. The lazy-backs of the box-seat, hind seat, and roof seats should be stationary. The under side of the foot-board, together...
Page 387 - The basket shall be hung on the near side and in front of the guard's seat. The horn should be placed in the basket with its mouthpiece up. Side lamps in place and ready for use. Two extra lead bars, consisting of a main and side bar, fastened to the back of the hind seat with straps. Main bar above. Lead bars...
Page 445 - UPLAND GAME BIRDS By EDWYN SANDYS and TS VAN DYKE With many illustrations by LA FUERTES, AB FROST, JO NUGENT, and CL BULL. SALMON AND TROUT By DEAN SAGE, WC HARRIS, and CH TOWNSEND.

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