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The Glamorgan Hounds.

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The Glamorgan Hounds. The Glamorgan Hounds met at Dimlands on Tuesday. The weather was against all ex- oept hardened sportsmen, heavy rain falling accompanied by thunderstorms, with short. intervals of sunshine. The "meet," it seems, was to have been at Dimlands Lodge. but to the pleasure off Mr. and Mrs. Crawshay. "Lodge" was omitted, and they no doubt hope it will always be so. Cox, the huntsman, was looking well, as was also Harry and Johnnie. although time must tell on all. After a short stay at Dimlands to cheer them- selves with "old ale." cherry brandy, etc., after a cold ride. the company, consisting of, amongst others The Master, Mrs. Warlow, Messrs. Hastings. Watson, C. Edmondes, Walter Shirley. J. Lewis. Barrington. L. Williams, J. Gaskell. T. Llewellyn, and O. H. Jones. proceeded to the Plymouth House Farm gorse. near the sea. In a moment the "old tenant" was aroused. He no doubt had made it his headquarters for many a month, and was driven, as only the Glamorgans can drive, quickly to Tresilian, Splot t. and nortk- wards. when the favourite pack was lost sight of. The oftener the hounds hunt this dis- trict the better it will be for the pack; much better for the foxes. It will also improve the good feeling now existing between master, farmers, and inhabitants.

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