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Image from page 463 of "Kings of the hunting-field : memoirs and anecdotes of distinguished masters of hounds and other celebrities of the chase with histories of famous packs, and hunting traditions of great houses" (1899)
Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: kingsofhuntingfi00thor Title: Kings of the hunting-field : memoirs and anecdotes of distinguished masters of hounds and other celebrities of the chase with histories of famous packs, and hunting traditions of great houses Year: 1899 (1890s) Authors: Thormanby Subjects: Horses Hunting Publisher: London : Hutchinson Contributing Library: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine Digitizing Sponsor: Tufts University View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: les Treadwell at his right hand 39^ mms of tbe Ifjuntlng^fielD he forced his way victoriously over all obstacles, andmade his hounds and his country famous. Mr George Lane Fox died on the 2nd of November1896, on the very day on which his own hounds were toopen the season at Stockfield Park. The scene at thegraveside, as this Nestor of Northern sport was laid inhis last resting-place, was a touching one. The rain fellin torrents, yet from far and wide, high and low, rich andpoor, Liberals and Tories, had gathered to do honour tothe memory of the most generous landowner and themost perfect Master of Hounds they had ever knownâ"a man with no enemies, and troops of friends. Amongthe many wreaths which covered the collEin was onethat attracted special notice, not only from the rankof the donor, but for the inscription it bore, whichfaithfully summed up the dead mans character. Inmemory of a fine old English sportsman and gentleman,as a mark of true regard and respect from AlbertEdward, P. Text Appearing After Image: THE FAMILY OF VILLEBOIS. No one who looks at the portrait of Mr Henry Ville-bois on the preceding page, would set him down asanything but a typical English gentleman, the de-scendant of a long line of honest Englishmen. Yet hisdescent, like his name, was unmistakably French, and thefamily had not been domiciled in this country for morethan two generations when the three brothers, whosenames are familiar to all hunting men, showed how com-pletely they had become acclimatised to English sports.When they first left their French home, the Villeboismade for Ireland, where they had been settled for ageneration or more, when William Villebois came over toLondon and married a daughter of Sir Benjamin Truman,the founder of the great brewing firm of Truman, Han-bury, and Buxton, who then ranked third among the greatLondon brewers, Calvert & Co., and Whitbread being re-spectively first and second. William Villebois had threesons, John Truman, Henry, and Frederick Read Orme,all of whom were w Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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