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Haverfordwest Brewster Sessions.


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I The Pembrokesh founds. iT ? The meet on Friday, 9th Fe, was at TrwHe- ton Bridge. Hobbs was carr, ic horn in the absence of the Master, Lord It tbgtOlJ, who, un- fortunately, is on the injured de Amongst other;. w. noticed Mr H. Fisher, Deiygf Cspt. and Mis* Higon, Scolton Mr V. J. alm, Sealyham; Mr D. Evans, F.R.V.S., Haver! vest; Mr VV. J. Smith. Churchlands; Mr ilf Llewellin, Uppor Haythog Mr T. Gibbon, Ro$3e?hook, &e. The first cover drawn was R jaston, wliioh proved blank. Amb!eston Moor was ea tried, but Rey- nard was not at home. A me', was made to Hook and Churohlands, but no find A Hounds were then taken to the lurze covers of tyt West where a burst of welcome music soon proo!?ui#d a find, and hounds were seen bursting out of c er on the brush of a vixen. The line taken was tt Pentyparc, round the Soollocks, across the Cardifcn road to the Bill, thenco tn Churchlands, rerossing the Cardigan road, and back to the West,here our fox went to ground after giving us a shrp burst of about 40 minutes; hounds went at a reat pace, and for some time quite slipped the field. Everyone was glad this vixen escaped, as we hope hr progeny will give us many a good gallop in the titure. Our next move was to Pentyparc and Froghall Moors, which proved untenanted, though hounds were opening in the latter noor and it looked like a find. Scolton was then visted, but the covers did not hold a fox. Ratnswood was the next draw, and we at once found. Our fOt (two were afoot) broke out by Ramswood Farm, wd wont via Ginger Hill, Newton, Poyston Cross, tie Rath, Cnmdale, W ith- vbush, Cottesmore Lodge. Windy Hill, South Leys, Kilbarth, Newton to SooLon, where, scent failing, bounds were unable to pick up the line, though, doubtless, they had a bea'au fox in front. An excel- lent run of about 8 miles(ae hounds ran) with II few checks. It was uafortumr.,e that scent failed at the end of this capital gallop, is hounds richly deserved blood, but wo hope this jUtllant fox will give us an equally good run when D xt we visit him. Another excellerat day's sport.

An Impudent Theft.

Roose Brewster Sessions.


---Welsh Muse ;xd the Bible.

Pembrokeshire Quarter Sessions


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