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John Harris One of a set of four: The Liverpool Great National Steeple-Chase
John Harris, 1811–1865, British
One of a set of four: The Liverpool Great National Steeple-Chase
1839
Charles Hunt One of a set of four: Leamington Grand Steeple Chase ... 1837. Plate 1. Capt. Beecher on Vivian ...
Charles Hunt, 1803–1877, British
One of a set of four: Leamington Grand Steeple Chase ... 1837. Plate 1. Capt. Beecher on Vivian ..
1837
John Harris One of a set of four: The Liverpool Great National Steeple-Chase
John Harris, 1811–1865, British
One of a set of four: The Liverpool Great National Steeple-Chase
1839
James R. Mackrell [Racing]: (1) Godolphin Arabian - "Scham"
James R. Mackrell, (Mackerell), c.1815–1846
[Racing]: (1) Godolphin Arabian - "Scham"
1842
James R. Mackrell [Racing]: (2) Darley Arabian - "Roxana"
James R. Mackrell, (Mackerell), c.1815–1846
[Racing]: (2) Darley Arabian - "Roxana"
1842
Charles Hunt One of a set of four: Leamington Grand Steeple Chase ... 1837. Plate 3. Mr. Clifford on Countess ...
Charles Hunt, 1803–1877, British
One of a set of four: Leamington Grand Steeple Chase ... 1837. Plate 3. Mr. Clifford on Countess ..
1837
John Harris One of a set of four: The Liverpool Great National Steeple-Chase
John Harris, 1811–1865, British
One of a set of four: The Liverpool Great National Steeple-Chase
1839
Charles Hunt One of a set of four: Leamington Grand Steeple Chase ... 1837. Plate 2. Mr. Christian on Scripton ...
Charles Hunt, 1803–1877, British
One of a set of four: Leamington Grand Steeple Chase ... 1837. Plate 2. Mr. Christian on Scripton ..
1837
John Harris One of a set of four: The Liverpool Great National Steeple-Chase
John Harris, 1811–1865, British
One of a set of four: The Liverpool Great National Steeple-Chase
1839
John Harris The Race for the Tradesmens' Plate, Chester, 1839 / Eighteen started, only three placed ...
John Harris, 1811–1865, British
The Race for the Tradesmens' Plate, Chester, 1839 / Eighteen started, only three placed ..
1839
James R. Mackrell "Ghuznee", Winner of The Oaks - 1841 / with Characteristic Portraits of Mr. John Scott & Mr. William Scott
James R. Mackrell, c.1815–1846
"Ghuznee", Winner of The Oaks - 1841 / with Characteristic Portraits of Mr. John Scott & Mr. William Scott
1841
George Hunt "Nonpareil" / The Property of Mr. John Dixon of Knightsbridge / This Wonderful Creature, Performed the unprecedented Match, of Trotting 100 Miles in harness on Sunbury Common, on Wednesday the 27th April, 1836. ...
George Hunt, active 1820–1840, British
"Nonpareil" / The Property of Mr. John Dixon of Knightsbridge / This Wonderful Creature, Performed the unprecedented Match, of Trotting 100 Miles in harness on Sunbury Common, on Wednesday the 27th April, 1836. ..
1836
Charles Hunt One of a set of four: Leamington Grand Steeple Chase ... 1837. Plate 4. Marqs of Waterford on Monarch ...
Charles Hunt, 1803–1877, British
One of a set of four: Leamington Grand Steeple Chase ... 1837. Plate 4. Marqs of Waterford on Monarch ..
1837
George Hunt View on the Thames
George Hunt, active 1820–1840, British
View on the Thames
1836
W. R. Smith Red Deer Fighting
Print made by W. R. Smith, active 1819–1851
Red Deer Fighting
undated
Charles Hunt [Fox-hunting] Set of Four: "A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky" / The Fox Chase / [verses from Somerville] "The Chase" / Plate I. "A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky, / Proclaims a hunting morning..." / "On horseback we're got together we'll trot ..."
Charles Hunt, 1803–1877, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of Four: "A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky" / The Fox Chase / [verses from Somerville] "The Chase" / Plate I. "A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky, / Proclaims a hunting morning..." / "On horseback we're got together we'll trot ..."
1835
Thomas Fairland [Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 1. "To Bachelor's Hall we good fellows invite, / Did you see us you'd swear, as we mount with a grace, / ..."
Thomas Fairland, 1804–1852, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 1. "To Bachelor's Hall we good fellows invite, / Did you see us you'd swear, as we mount with a grace, / ..."
c. 1835
George Archibald Turner Battue Shooting
George Archibald Turner, 1821–1845
Battue Shooting
1840
Henry Pyall A Pair: (2) October
Henry Pyall, 1795–1833, British
A Pair: (2) October
1846
Richard Gilson Reeve Ascot Heath Races
Richard Gilson Reeve, 1803–1889
Ascot Heath Races
1837
Henry Pyall A Pair: (1) September
Henry Pyall, 1795–1833, British
A Pair: (1) September
1846
Richard Gilson Reeve Heaton Park Races
Richard Gilson Reeve, 1803–1889
Heaton Park Races
1837
Newton Limbird Smith Fielding [Fox-hunting] Set of four: "Moving Accidents by Flood and Field". Plate I. "Tis the pace that kills. / The chase is up, hark! to the wild away! /... Gallants have pause: though but a moment, stay /..."
Newton Limbird Smith Fielding, 1799–1856, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of four: "Moving Accidents by Flood and Field". Plate I. "Tis the pace that kills. / The chase is up, hark! to the wild away! /... Gallants have pause: though but a moment, stay /..."
1836
James R. Mackrell [Stag Hunting] The Late Georgiana Charlotte Theobald
James R. Mackrell, (Mackerell), c.1815–1846
[Stag Hunting] The Late Georgiana Charlotte Theobald
1846
Charles Hunt [Fox-hunting] Set of Four: "A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky" / The Fox Chase / [verses from Somerville] "The Chase" / Plate III. "A stormy Sky overcharged with rain ...: / "Pick through the ploughed grounds, pick through, pick through ..."
Charles Hunt, 1803–1877, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of Four: "A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky" / The Fox Chase / [verses from Somerville] "The Chase" / Plate III. "A stormy Sky overcharged with rain ...: / "Pick through the ploughed grounds, pick through, pick through ..."
1835
Charles Hunt [Fox-hunting] Set of Four: "A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky" / The Fox Chase / [verses from Somerville] "The Chase" / Plate II. "How completely the Cover and Furze they draw..." / "Cast round the sheep's train, cast round, cast round, ..."
Charles Hunt, 1803–1877, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of Four: "A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky" / The Fox Chase / [verses from Somerville] "The Chase" / Plate II. "How completely the Cover and Furze they draw..." / "Cast round the sheep's train, cast round, cast round, ..."
1835
Thomas Fairland [Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 3. "Then for hounds there was Nimble, so well that climbs rocks, / ... Young sly looks, that scent the strong breeze from the south, / ..."
Thomas Fairland, 1804–1852, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 3. "Then for hounds there was Nimble, so well that climbs rocks, / ... Young sly looks, that scent the strong breeze from the south, / ..."
c. 1835
Newton Limbird Smith Fielding [Fox-hunting] Set of four: "Moving Accidents by Flood and Field". Plate II. "A case of Pound. / Now Minrods! shew that ye are workmen: keep / ... Hold hard! 'ware Squire traps - look before ye leap / ..."
Newton Limbird Smith Fielding, 1799–1856, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of four: "Moving Accidents by Flood and Field". Plate II. "A case of Pound. / Now Minrods! shew that ye are workmen: keep / ... Hold hard! 'ware Squire traps - look before ye leap / ..."
1836
Newton Limbird Smith Fielding [Fox-hunting] Set of four: "Moving Accidents by Flood and Field". Plate III. "Afloat. As troubles multiply, things grow select, / ... Dire is the daring now of the `elect', / ..."
Newton Limbird Smith Fielding, 1799–1856, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of four: "Moving Accidents by Flood and Field". Plate III. "Afloat. As troubles multiply, things grow select, / ... Dire is the daring now of the `elect', / ..."
1836
Newton Limbird Smith Fielding [Fox-hunting] Set of four: "Moving Accidents by Flood and Field". Plate IV. "Aground. The vermin sinks: mark, struggling for the lead, / ... Take counsel of our canvas - nurse your steed, / ..."
Newton Limbird Smith Fielding, 1799–1856, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of four: "Moving Accidents by Flood and Field". Plate IV. "Aground. The vermin sinks: mark, struggling for the lead, / ... Take counsel of our canvas - nurse your steed, / ..."
1836
Charles Hunt [Fox-hunting] Set of Four: "A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky" / The Fox Chase / [verses from Somerville] "The Chase" / Plate IV. "Thus we ride whip and spur for a two hours' chase, ..." / "Clap round him dear Jack, clap round, clap round, ..."
Charles Hunt, 1803–1877, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of Four: "A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky" / The Fox Chase / [verses from Somerville] "The Chase" / Plate IV. "Thus we ride whip and spur for a two hours' chase, ..." / "Clap round him dear Jack, clap round, clap round, ..."
1835
Thomas Fairland [Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 2. "Dick Thickset came mounted upon a fine black, / ... But the horse of all horses that rivall'd the day, / ..."
Thomas Fairland, 1804–1852, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 2. "Dick Thickset came mounted upon a fine black, / ... But the horse of all horses that rivall'd the day, / ..."
c. 1835
Thomas Fairland [Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 5. "The Scent is breast high, 'tis a burst from the find / ... When the Squire on his gallant Grey leading the group / ..."
Thomas Fairland, 1804–1852, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 5. "The Scent is breast high, 'tis a burst from the find / ... When the Squire on his gallant Grey leading the group / ..."
c. 1835
Thomas Fairland [Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 4. "Our horses thus all of the very best blood, / ... Thus having described you dogs, horses and crew, / ..."
Thomas Fairland, 1804–1852, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 4. "Our horses thus all of the very best blood, / ... Thus having described you dogs, horses and crew, / ..."
c. 1835
Thomas Fairland [Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 6. "Sly Reynard's brought home, while the horns sound a call / ... Come on then, do honour to this Jovial place, /..."
Thomas Fairland, 1804–1852, British
[Fox-hunting] Set of Six: Bachelor's Hall. Pl. 6. "Sly Reynard's brought home, while the horns sound a call / ... Come on then, do honour to this Jovial place, /..."
c. 1835