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" Only Dick Christian,';}; answers Lord Forester, ' and it is nothing new to him.' ' But he'll be drowned,' exclaims Lord Kinnaird. ' I shouldn't wonder, "
The Saint Petersburg English Review of Literature, the Arts and Sciences - Página 536
1842
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The Chace, the Turf, and the Road

Nimrod - 1850 - 258 páginas
...means to be!" "Only Dick Christian*," answers Lord Forester, " and it 's nothing new to him." " But he'll be drowned," exclaims Lord Kinnaird. "I shouldn't...observes Mr. William Coke. But the pace is too good to inquire. The fox does his best to escape: he threads hedgerows, tries the out-buildings of a farm house,...
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The Chace

Nimrod - 1851 - 63 páginas
...he means to be!" "Only Dick Christian," t answers Lord Forester, "and it's nothing new to him." "But he'll be drowned," exclaims Lord Kinnaird. " I shouldn't...observes Mr. William Coke. But the pace is too good to inquire. The fox does his best to escape : he threads hedgerows, tries the out-buildings of a farm...
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The Road, the Turf, and the Chace

Nimrod - 1853
...he means to be!" "Only Dick Christian," f answers Lord Forester, "and it's nothing new to him." "But he'll be drowned," exclaims Lord Kinnaird. " I shouldn't...wonder," observes Mr. William Coke. But the pace is too g<jpd to inquire. The fox does his best to escape : he threads hedgerows, tries the out-buildings •...
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Biographical and Critical Essays: Reprinted from Reviews, with ..., Volume 2

Abraham Hayward - 1858
...— ' I shouldn't wonder,' observes Mr. William Coke ; ' but the pace is too good to inquire.' " * The Dick Christian, whose probable fate gave so little...brooks ; but Irish horses and riders face them with the most perfect indifference. At the great horse fairs of Ballinasloe, the parish pound, six feet in height,...
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The business of pleasure, Volume 1

Edmund Hodgson Yates - 1865
...Dick Christian" (a celebrated rough-rider), answers Lord Forester; "and it's nothing new to him!" "But he'll be drowned!" exclaims Lord Kinnaird. "I shouldn't...observes Mr. William Coke; "but the pace is too good to inquire." In addition to huntsmen's whips, you will require two or three helpers in your stable, at...
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The Chase, the Road and the Turf

Nimrod - 1898 - 334 páginas
...steeple-chase from Rolleston. He is paid 15s. per day for riding gentlemen's young horses with hounds. shouldn't wonder," observes Mr. William Coke. But the pace is too good to inquire. The fox does his best to escape : he threads hedgerows, tries the out-buildings of a farm-house,...
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The Chace and the Road

Nimrod - 1901 - 161 páginas
...for riding gentlemen's young horses with hounds. Lord Forester, ' and it 's nothing new to him.' 'But he'll be drowned,' exclaims Lord Kinnaird. ' I shouldn't...observes Mr. William Coke. But the pace is too good to inquire. The fox does his best to escape : he threads hedgerows, tries the out-buildings of a farm-house,...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 44

1842
...to be !' — ' Only Dick Christian,' answers Lord Forester, 'and it is nothing new to him.' — 'But he'll be drowned !' exclaims Lord Kinnaird.— ' I...brooks ; but Irish horses and riders face them with the most perfect indifference. At the great horse fairs of Ballinasloe, the parish pound, six feet in height,...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 74

1842
...be ! " — " Only Dick Christian," answers Lord Forester, " and it is nothing new to him." — " But he'll be drowned !" exclaims Lord Kinnaird. — "...; but the pace is too good to enquire." ' * *' The Chase, the Turf, and the Road, p. 56. The great mistake of The Dick Christian, whose probable fate...
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The St. Peterburg English Review, Volume 1

S. Warrand - 1842
...• —«Only Dirk Christian, » answers Lord Forester, « and it is nothing new to him « — «But he'll be drowned!" exclaims Lord Kinnaird.— «I...William Coke; but the pace is too good to enquire. »' ('J The Dick Christian, whose probable fate gave so little concern, is a celebrated rough-rider,...
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