Hunt: Sir Watkin Williams-Wynns Foxhounds

Packs of the Welsh Borders -A Nineteenth Century View

In no district in the United Kingdom is hunting more keenly enjoyed than in the border country between England and Wales, just where the mountains and hills of Wales dip down into the plains, and the smaller streams take the proportions of rivers, and their valleys widen out into dales and rich agricultural holdings. Beginning...

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A Collection of Historical Hound & Hunt Related Incidents & Oddities Recorded in Baily’s 1795 Merkin, a fox-hound bitch bred by Colonel Thornton ran a trail of four miles in seven minutes and half a second [about 34mph]. This bitch was sold for four hogsheads of claret,  the agreement included a provision that seller was…

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