The Englishwoman's year book and directory for the year Volume 2

9781130620047: The Englishwoman's year book and directory for the year Volume 2
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 Excerpt: ... Llandyssil, S. Wales. Sir Marteine Lloyd has taken a foremost part in the improvement of the breeding of Beagles, and is one of the first authorities on the subject. Miss Lloyd whips in to her father's hounds. Knowlton.--Lady M. If.: Miss Gladys Peto, Knowlton Court, near Dover. The only pack of Basset hounds owned and hunted by a lady. The Misses Marjory and Doris Peto whip in to them. Tynan and Armagh.--Lady M. U.: Miss Isa M'Clintock. These Harriers became a subscription pack in 1880, and Miss T. M'Clintock is the first woman who ever took the mastership of a country worked by a committee. OTTER HUNTING Running with Otter Hounds has become increasingly popular with women during the last few years. The sport is seen to perfection in the northern rivers, and nowhere better than with the Carlisle and Dumfriesshire packs. The beet-known English pack is the Hawkstone, of which the Master is Mr. Wardell of Caynham House, Ludlow. Mrs. Wardell is a constant follower. With Mr. Courtenay Tracy's bounds (Holywell, Hants) his daughters are regular followers, and the name of the late Mrs. Courtenay Tracy is still remembered in the counties of Hants and Wilts as one of the keenest women who ever hunted the otter. The Duchess of Hamilton and her husband, Mr. Carnaby Foster--a foimer master of the Hawkstone--have recently started a pack in the Isle of Arran. ANGLING in all its branches is a sport eminently suited to women. It needs lightness and delicacy of touch and great nicety in details, though considerable physical strength is also needed for the capture of the larger Salinonida? and the Tarpon. Well-known Anglers: H.R.H. The Duchess of Fife, Mar Lodge, Braemar; H.R.H. The Duchess of Connaught, Bagshot Park, Surrey; Duchess of Bedford, Woburn Abbey, Beds; Duchess ...

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