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Since Mr. John Lons- dale and Cox have had the pack great pains have been taken to build on the excellent foundations laid years ago by Lord Chesham and Dick Stovin. It is well known to have a great deal of Lord Henry Bentinck's Blankney blood. A friend well known to readers of Baily told the writer lately, after a visit to the kennels, that the Bicester Topiramate Online Contest is making his mark as a sire. This hound was crippled about two years ago by a bite. Fortunately he had al- 1900.] " OUR VAN, flf 295 ready had time to make a name for himself Purchase Topiramate as a worker, and he is now doing good work at the stud both at home and outside. Lord Jersey's coverts at Mid- dleton proved the scene of the opening operations in the Bices- ter country, where it is needless to say cubs were very plentiful. Mr. Heywood - Lonsdale allowed hounds to return to kennel when a leash of cubs had been accounted for. At Shelswell, or rather Spilsmore, on Sep- tember 5th, they again found cubs strongly in evidence, and getting one away from Pond Head Wood to a drain at Mrs. Waters' farmstead, got him out and killed him, the other occu- pants of the refuge being a hedge- hog and a Buy Topiramate Online couple of rabbits. From Hardwicke Heath they also acquitted themselves well, and from Stratton Coppice on Sep- tember nth secured a brace of cubs, and a badger at Cotmore Covert as the result of their exer- tions. The Oakley Hoaiid8.-^Cub- hunting was commenced in the Oakley country on August 27th, scarcely as early as last year, owing to the lateness of the har- vest. Mr. P. A. O. Whitaker, who, it will be remembered, re- linquished his duties as master last season in order to take his place with his Yeomanry to serve his Queen and country, had un- fortunately been invalided home from the front, but was able to carry the horn with his customary dash and zeal, finding too that even if he could not commence his raids amongst the cubs as early as usual, he had a decided advantage for his hounds and horses this year owing to the rain- fall which marked the month of August. Radford Bridge at 4.30 was the opening fixture, and a very fair morning's work was done ; for getting amongst a litter of cubs in the Ashbeds, hounds got away on good terms with one, and raced him across the park to ground in the main earth. Mr. Whitaker then trotted on to the osier beds below the village, and soon had his pack busy with another litter, and after bustling them for a bit, slipped away with one by the brickyards to Freers Wood, crowning their first morn- ing with blood, the young hounds entering well. Generic Topiramate August 28th saw them at Put- noe, again a rare show of cubs, and after a useful morning's work, marked one to ground at Golding- ton, where two mornings later they were fortunate Buy Topiramate in killing another cub, having commenced their work amongst Purchase Topiramate Online a litter at Renhold. Another very sporting morning was enjoyed at Moulsoe on September loth, when Mr. Donald Fraser's coverts were re- quisitioned. It is true it was all too short for many; but the master Order Topiramate did the wise thing, and returned to kennel when they tasted their first blood. The Whaddon Chase. -Mr Selby Lowndes commenced ope- rations considerably earlier than usual this year, August 30th wit-