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" Foes he determined to face, And again took them off, at a rare splitting Pace ; O'er a strong and stiff Country, went forward in Style, With the Hounds at his Brush, in full View for a Mile : Was next seen in a Bottom, and there headed Back, And whilst... "
A Century of Foxhunting with the Warwickshire Hounds: Being a Sketch History ... - Page 31
1891 - 206 pages
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Supplement to the Rural Sports

William Barker Daniel - Hunting - 1813 - 507 pages
...their Wills, And led them a Dance, over Heart-breaking Hills — Then fled to some Furze, remained dodging about, Till Wanton at length, forced the Vagabond out. Thus routed, his Foes he determined to face, And again took them off, at a rare splitting Pace ; O'er a strong and stiff Country,...
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The Warwickshire hunt from 1795 to 1836, by Venator

John Cooper (of Warwick.) - 1837
...heart-breaking hills, Then fled to some furze, and kept dodging about, Till Wanton, good bitch, drove the vagabond out. -• •*•• * — Thus routed,...a strong and stiff country went forward in style, With the hounds at his brush, in full view for a mile ; Was next seen in a bottom, and then headed...
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Annals of the Warwickshire Hunt, 1795-1895, from Authentic Documents, Volume 1

Sir Charles Mordaunt, Walter Robert Verney - Warwickshire hunt - 1896
...heart-breaking hills. Then fled to some furze, and kept dodging about, Till Wanton, good bitch, drove the vagabond out. Thus routed, his foes he determin'd...a strong and stiff country went forward in style, With the hounds at his brush, in full view for a mile ; Was next seen in a bottom, and then headed...
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The New Sporting Magazine, Volume 7

Hunting - 1834
...their Wills, And led them a Dance, over Heart-breaking Hills — Then fled to some Furze, remained dodging about, Till Wanton at length, forced the Vagabond out. Thus routed, his Foes he determined to face, And again took them off, at a rare splitting Pace ; O'er a strong and stiff Country,...
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