The New sporting magazine

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The New Sporting Magazine Vol 13

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The New Sporting Magazine  Vol  13

Excerpt from The New Sporting Magazine, Vol. 13: July, 1837 He's sich a one to bend the knee, and tuck his haunches in; And to throw the dirt into your face, he never deems a sin. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Baily s Magazine of Sports Pastimes

Soon after Pittman died , his hunting correspondent and executors came to loggerheads ; Nimrod cut the old concern , and attached himself to the New Sporting Magazine , ' which speedily caused the old series to come to an end .

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The New Sporting Magazine Primary Source Edition

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The New Sporting Magazine

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The New Sporting Magazine

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Jorrocks Jaunts and Jollities

The last of these novels appeared after the author's death.

Jorrocks  Jaunts and Jollities

Robert Smith Surtees (1803-1864) was an English editor, novelist and sporting writer. Educated to be a solicitor, Surtees soon began to contribute to the Sporting Magazine, and in 1831 he published a treatise on the law relating to horses and particularly the law of warranty, entitled The Horseman's Manual. In the following year he helped to found the New Sporting Magazine. To this periodical he contributed between 1832 and 1834 the papers which were afterwards collected and published as Jorrocks's Jaunts and Jollities. This humorous narrative of the sporting experiences of a cockney grocer, which suggested the more famous Pickwick Papers of Charles Dickens, is the work by which Surtees is chiefly remembered, though his novel Handley Cross, published in 1843, in which the character of "Jorrocks" is reintroduced as a master of fox-hounds, also enjoyed a wide popularity. The later novels by Surtees included Hillingdon Hall (1845), in which "Jorrocks" again appears, Hawbuck Grange (1847), Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour (1853), Ask Mamma (1858), Plain or Ringlets (1860) and Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds (1865). The last of these novels appeared after the author's death.

Fraser s Magazine

Our from the old magazine ; and in 1831 friend Nimrod pioneered the way , in a the New Sporting Magazine made its sort of Paganini style , in the Old Sporto appearance from the house of Messrs . ing Magazine , which , before his ac- ...

Fraser s Magazine

Contains the first printing of Sartor resartus, as well as other works by Thomas Carlyle.

The New Sporting Magazine Volume 15

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The New Sporting Magazine  Volume 15

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The Bibliographer s Manual of English Literature

In 1846 the Sporting Anecdotes , original and se . Sporting Magazine was united with the lect , including characteristic Sketches of New SPORTING MAGAZINE , the SPORTING Eminent Persons who have appeared on Review , and the SPORTSMAx .

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Baily s Magazine of Sports and Pastimes

But his own master when still in his teens , the passion for sport seized upon him , and he certainly became a very ... when we turn over the leaves of an old volume of the New Sporting Magazine , ' and light upon that day with Lord ...

Baily s Magazine of Sports and Pastimes


MR SPONGES SPORTING TOUR

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MR SPONGES SPORTING TOUR

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Baily s Magazine of Sports and Pastimes

Fewer still know that rod ” wrote for The Sporting Review The Old Sporting Magazine was for 1839-40 were ... Nimrod ” began to write , he New Sporting Magazines and The probably being the only writer of Sportsman fought for a series of ...

Baily s Magazine of Sports and Pastimes


Mr Sponge s Sporting Tour

Originally published in 1853, this is Surtees' great comedic hunting novel.

Mr  Sponge s Sporting Tour

Originally published in 1853, this is Surtees' great comedic hunting novel. Delightfully illustrated throughout with pen-and-ink sketches, it follows the misadventures of the ghastly Mr Sponge in the hunting field. Still very amusing after all this time, there are many 'hunting types' described that are easily recogniseable today. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Hesperides Press are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork. Contents Include: Our Hero - Mr. Benjamin Buckram - Peter Leather - Laverick Wells - Mr. Waffles - Laverick Wells - Our Hero Arrives at Laverick Wells - Old Tom Towler - The Meet, The Find and The Finish - The Feeler - The Deal and The Disaster - An Old Friend - A New Scheme - Jawleyford Court - The Jawleyford Establishment - The Dinner - The Tea - The Evening's Reflections - The Wet Day - The F.H.H. - A Country Dinner-Party - The F.H.H. Again - The Great Run - Lord Scamperdale at Home - Mr. Spraggon's Embassy to Jawleyford Court - Mr. and Mrs. Springwheat - The Finest Run That Ever Was Seen - The Faithful Groom - The Cross Roads at Dallington Burn - Bolting the Badger - Mr. Puffington; Or, The Young Man About Town - The Man of P-r-o-r-perty - A Swell Huntsman - The Beaufort Justice - Lord Scamperdale at Jawleyford Court - Mr. Bragg's Kennel Management - Mr. Puffington's Domestic Arrangements - A Day with Puffington's Hounds - Writing a Run - A Literary Bloomer - A Dinner and a Deal - The Morning's Reflections - Another Sick Host - Wanted, A Rich God-Papa - The Discomfited Diplomatist -Puddingpote Bower, The Seat of Jogglebury Crowdey, Esq - A Family Breakfast on a Hunting Morning - Hunting the Hounds - Country Quarters - Sir Harry Scattercash's Hounds - Farmer Peastraw's Dine-Matinee - A Moonlight Ride - Puddingpote Bower - Family Jars - The Trigger - Nonsuch House Again - The Debate - Facey Romford - The Adjourned Debate - Facey Romford at Home - Nonsuch House Again - A Family Breakfast - The Rising Generation - The Kennel and the Stud - The Hunt - Mr. Sponge at Home - How They Got Up The Grand Aristocratic Steeplechase - Hot The Grand Aristocratic Came Off - How Other Things Came Off - How Lord Scamperdale and Co. Came Off

Plain Or Ringlets

' The story traces the path of the beautiful Rosa McDermott and the charismatic John Bunting, whose marriage has been foretold by Gipsy prophecy.

Plain Or Ringlets

Robert Smith Surtees has long been considered to be one of the great comic chroniclers of the foibles of country life. A sports writer by profession, he was a regular contributor to magazines and periodicals, and produced numerous treatises on animal welfare laws. His affection for the chase, however, is never more obvious than in the light-hearted romp of 'Plain or Ringlets?' The story traces the path of the beautiful Rosa McDermott and the charismatic John Bunting, whose marriage has been foretold by Gipsy prophecy. But the course of love and fox-hunting never does run smooth, and the wealthy Jasper Goldsmith arrives to complicate proceedings. So, questions abound: what way will Rosa turn, which suitor will emerge victorious, and, of course, will it be 'plain' or will it be 'ringlets'?

History of the British Turf from the Earliest Times to the Present Day

Mr. Whyte says : - “ In the literature of the country the Turf maintains two weekly newspapers and four monthly magazines - viz . , the old Sporting Magazine , commenced in 1792 ; the new Sporting Magazine , started in 1824 , by Nim ...

History of the British Turf  from the Earliest Times to the Present Day


Mr Sponge s Sporting Tour Scholar s Choice Edition

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Kirberger s English and American literary record

National Society's Monthly Paper Naturalist ( fortnightly ) Nature and Art Nautical Magazine . Net . New Monthly Magazine New Sporting Magazine New Mon. Mag . for S. S. Teachers . Notes of a New Truth Notes on Scripture Lessons Old ...

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Noctes Ambrosian

188 SPORTING MAGAZINES . North . Per annum ? Shepherd . ... I tak in the New Sporting Magazine . North . That is right . ... The first is now an old story — nor the second a new one : there were racers in those days . Shepherd .

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