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THE PEMBROKESHIRE HOUNDS

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IPembroke County Club, London.

The Pembrokeshire Fox Hounds.

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The Pembrokeshire Fox Hounds. Hounds met at Tregwynt on February 2nd, and we noticed the following among the field :—The Master (Lord Kensington) and Whips Mr and Miss Carries, Tregwynt; Messrs Howell, Heathfield Mr Victor Higgon, Sealyham Dr. MeDonnell, Fish- Ruard; Dr. Williaut.5, St. David's; Mr T. E. Thomas, Trehale Mr Perkins, Penysgwarne Mr h, Churoblands; Mr Harries Boweu, Tresibilit; Mr Griffiths, Parky nolo Mr Griffith, Caetlecenks; V!r Bowen, Penrhiw, and tnany other sportsmen 0; After partaking of Mrs H^rrici' hospitality a Jove was made to the Tregw>nt covers, which un- expectedly proved biack. Houufli, were then takerj io Llambed, where a fox of the righi sort. was found, rfhich went away at a rattling pace, crossing the Llarigloffans, Jordanston, Jordanston Rectory, where he turned to the right, over Treooed and L!angwar- ren, and finally went to ground opposite Pontyvelin Moor with hounds close at his brush. This excellent gallop occupied 40 minutes without a check, A move was now made to Penybank which proved tenanted (this cover has not been drawn blank this season) and our fox broke cover at the south end, turned shari).over Priskilly Fawr, thence to Pris- killy Forest, nearly as far as Welsh Hook. Here he turned his mask sharply to the left over fleathileld, Llaogwarren, Jordanston, the Llangloffans, and, hard pressed, finally nent to ground at Tregwynt after leading us a merry dance of about one hour. Hounds thoroughly deserved their fox. Thus ended a capital day's sport, the precursor, we hope, of many more of the same sort. We noticed the Master was riding his favourite hunter, "Come Again," & winner of Point-to- Points. «—

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