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" ... his rump. My lord he takes a staff in hand to beat the bushes o'er ; I must confess it was a work he ne'er had done before. A creature bounceth from a bush, which made them all to laugh ; My lord, he cried, a hare a hare, but it prov'd an Essex calf. "
The Forests of England and the Management of Them in Bye-gone Times - Page 36
by John Croumbie Brown - 1883 - 263 pages
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Rural Sports, Volume 1

William Barker Daniel - Fishing - 1812
...Bush, which made them all to laugh ; My Lord he cried, a Hare, a Hare, but it proved an Essex Calf. And when they had done their Sport, they came to London...knew them well; For 'twas a very great mercy, so many 'scap'd alive, For of twenty Saddles carried out, they brought home again but Five. privileges, the...
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Tickler, Or, Monthly Compendium of Good Things, in Prose and ..., Volumes 1-3

English literature - 1818
...IHIT.II, made them all to laugh ; My lord, lie cried, a hare ! a bare ! but it proved an Essex calf! And when they had done their sport, they came to London,...Their faces all so torn and scratch'd, their wives icarce kuev them well ; For 'twas a very great mercy so many '•cap'4 alive, For of twenty saddles...
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The New sporting magazine, Volume 58

1869
...made them all to laugh, ' My lord,' he cried, ' a hare ! a hare I ' — but it proved an Essex calf. And when they had done their sport, they came to London where they dwell ; Their faces all so scratched and torn, their wives scarce knew them well ; For 'twas a very great mercy so many 'scaped...
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The Sports and Pastimes of the People of England: Including the Rural and ...

Joseph Strutt - England - 1838 - 420 pages
...bush, which made^hem all to laugh ; My lord, he cried, a hare a hare, but it prov'd an Ensei calf. And when they had done their sport, they came to London...knew them well; For 'twas a very great mercy, so many 'scap'd alive, For of twenty saddles carried out, they brought again but five. Privileges to hunt in...
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The Sportsman

...made them all to laugh, ' My lord,' he cried, ' a hare 1 a hare 1 ' — but it proved an Essex calf. And when they had done their sport, they came to London where they dwell ; Their faces all so scratched and torn, their wires scarce knew them well ; For 'twas a very great mercy so many 'scaped...
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The Sports and Pastimes of the People of England ...

Joseph Strutt - England - 1838 - 420 pages
...them all to laugh , My lord, he cried, a hare a hare, but it prov'd an Essex calf. And when they bad done their sport, they came to London where they dwell, Their faces all so torn and scratch 'it , their wives scarce knew them well , For 'twas a very great mercy, so many 'scap'd alive,...
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The Sports and Pastimes of the People of England: Including the Rural and ...

Joseph Strutt - Games - 1838 - 420 pages
...laugh ; My lord, he cried, a hare a hare, but it prov'd an Essex calf. And when they had done the ir sport, they came to London where they dwell, Their faces all so torn and scratched, their wives scarce knew them well; For 'twas a very great mercy, so many 'scap'd alive,...
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The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'.

John William Carleton
...made them all to langh, ' My lord,' he cried, ' a hare ! a hare ! ' — but it proved an Essei calf. And when they had done their sport, they came to London where they dwell ; Their faces all so scratched and torn, their wives scarce knew them well ; For 'twas a very great mercy so many 'scaped...
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The Sports and Pastimes of the People of England: Including the Rural and ...

Joseph Strutt - England - 1841 - 420 pages
...them all to laugh ; My lord, he cried, a hare a bare, but it prov'd an Essex calf. And when they bad done their sport, they came to London where they dwell...them well • For 'twas a very great mercy, so many 'scap'd alive, For of twenty saddles carried out, they brought again but five. Privileges to hunt in...
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The Sportsman's Cyclopaedia: Comprising a Complete Elucidation of the ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - Hunting - 1848 - 940 pages
...which made them all to laugh; My lord he cried, A hare ! — a hare ! but it proved an Essex calf. And when they had done their sport, they came to London, where they dwell, Their faces all so torn and scratched, their wives scarce knew them well; For 'twas a very great mercy so many 'scaped alive, For...
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