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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

ACCIDENT TO MR. LEOPOLD DE…

DISASTER ON THE TERRIBLE.

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Philosophy, proverbial or otherwise, has never been able to fathom the cunningness of the fox. The various ruses to which Reynard has resetted to elude pursuit are innumerable. He has taken refuge in educational institutions during lesson hours, or hidden himself in chimneys, and even in cupboards; but few have seen him balancing himself over the ridge tile of the National school, as happened with the Whaddon Chase on Satur- day. Mr. Selby Lowndes bad the pack trotted on to Howe-park, where they found, and ran a fox well by Bietchley and Newton Longueville almost to Solden, where they turned back to Howe- park, and, having driven him from the covert to the Bottle House, reached the village of Whaddon, where the incident occurred. Mr. Lowndes had hounds taken away, and by means of a ladder the varmint was dislodged. But he did not succeed in getting out of the village before he was killad. Hounds were then taken on to ThenWood," where they found, and ran on to Whadac*. jftirift.

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