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SPORTING WORKS Published by RUDOLPH ACKERMANN,
at the ECLIPSE SPORTING GALLERY, 191, REGENT STREET, LONDON.
Just published, A SET OF SIX COLOURED PRINTS FROM DRAWINGS BY H. ALKEN,
THE FLOWERS OF OUR HUNT.
Price 42s. Size 15 in. by 104. 1. A highly cultivated full-blown old ENGLISH ROSE. 2. A Perfect PINK, got up more for show than use, but able to keep a good pace in the
field. 3. A full-grown SUN-FLOWER, formerly to be seen in every Hunt, but now rather
scarce. 4. The DANDYLION, still to be seen in many Hunts. Good to be used as a pioneer. 5. A JONQUILL. There is one or more of this flower in every Hunt. Not very fast. 6. A PASSION-FLOWER. This useful flower used to gain health and strength in the open field, and be received with delight by all the Meet.
Also an entire New Series of
Price 8s. for each Set of Four Prints mounted, or 7s. the Four on Paper.
A New Edition,
OF HALSTON, SHROPSHIRE;
TO WHICH IS ADDED,
Price 258., handsomely bound in cloth.
HUNTING REMINISCENCES, By Nimrod. In One Volume, appropriately bound, 165. Comprising Memoirs of Masters of Hounds. Illustrated by WILDRAKE, HENDERSON, and ALKEN.
THE LIFE OF A SPORTSMAN, By NIMROD, With Thirty-six Coloured Plates by H, ALKEN. Handsomely bound in
- Cloth. Price 21. 2s. THE ANALYSIS OF THE HUNTING FIELD. With numerous Coloured Illustrations by H, ALKEN. Being a Series of Sketches of the Principal Characters composing it. Price 31s. 6d., handsomely bound in cloth.
JORROCK'S JAUNTS AND JOLLITIES. s With Fifteen Coloured Plates by H. ALKEN. Bound in cloth. Price 25s.
Handsomely bound in Cloth. Price 158.
OSBORNE'S STEEPLE-CHASE CALENDAR.
DRAWINGS LET OUT TO COPY. Yearly Subscriptions, 46. 48, Half Yearly ditto, 21. 25. Quarterly ditto, il. 18.
R. ACKERMANN'S MILITARY ENGRAVINGS.
THE LATE INDIAN BATTLES.
Now Published, a beautiful Series of Coloured Prints, representing the late Indian
Battles, viz. :THE CHARGE OF THE THIRD LIGHT DRAGOONS AT THE
BATTLE OF FEROZSHAH. Price 15s.
Also the following, Price 21s, each.
THE BATTLE OF MOODKEE.
THE BATTLE OF CHILLIANWALLAH.
THE BATTLE OF RAMNUGGUR. Representing the Charge of H.M.'s Light Dragoons, headed by Colonel Havelock. THE STORMING OF MOOLTAN-GENERAL WHISH'S DIVISION. Showing H.M.'s Regiment and Native Troops gallantly entering the Breach, led by the gallant Captain Leith, Bombay Fusiliers, the Union Jack being planted
on the Walls by Serjeant Bennet. COSTUMES OF THE BRITISH AND INDIAN ARMIES. Being an entirely New Series, from Drawings by H. Marrens and H. de DAUBRAWR.
Price 5s. each, handsomely coloured.
coloured ; 31 are now ready.
Price 7s. 6d.
GUARDS. Price 7s. 6d.
Also the following Sporting Prints :
Size 244 in. by 161. Price 41. 45.
Viz. THE NIGHT RIDERS OF NACTON.
Size 18 inches by 13, Price 42s.
THE START AND COMING IN.
Also Four Plates by H. ALKEN. Price 12s. highly coloured.
CAREFULLY MOUNTED AND VARNISHED. THE TRADE, MERCHANTS, AND CAPTAINS, SUPPLIED ON THE MOST
TORES'S SPORTING ENGRAVINGS,
Published at 41, PICCADILLY, LONDON.
The FLYING DUTCHMAN-FOBERT and MARLOW.
Price 12s. each, coloured.
FORES'S MARINE SKETCHES. The CYNTHIA. 50 tons : price coloured 10s.. plain 5s. The LEDA. R.W.Y.C.. (a pair ; price coloured 20s., plain 10s. The WYVERN, R.Y.S. (a pair); price coloured 20s., plain 10s. The K ESTREL, R.Y.S. ; price coloured 218., plain 10s. 60. The DOLPHIN, R.T.Y.C. ; price coloured 218., plain 108. 6d. H.M.S. DIDO, 18 guns (a pair); price coloured 148., plain 88. A collection of marine subjects coloured by superior artists.
FORES'S SPORTING SCRAPS,
Price 7s. per sheet, coloured ; or 2s. each mounted as drawings. 1. STEEPLE CHASING.--THE START. THE WALL. THE BROOK. THE FINISH. 2. HUNTING.-GOING TO THE MEET. THE MEET. COVER SIDE. DRAWING COVER. 3. HUNTING.-TALLY O! THE BURST. A CHECK, FULL CRY. 4. HUNTING-RUN TO EARTH. BOLTING THE Fox. WHOOP. THE RETURN HOME. 5. RACING.-SADDLING. READY FOR A CANTER. THE START. THE STRUGGLE, 6. COURSING.-GOING OUT. Soho. THE COURSE. THE DEATH. 7. BOATING.-FOUR-Oar'd OUTRIGGER. PAIR-OAR'D OUTRIGGER. A FUNNY.
SCULLER'S OUTRIGGER. FORES'S SERIES OF THE BRITISH STUD. PORTRAITS of celebrated STALLIONS and MARES, whose Performances and Produce are well known on the Turf. Six Plates by Mr. Herring, sen. Price Il. ls. each coloured 1. Sir Hercules and Beeswing.
4. Camel and Banter. 2. Touchstone and Emma.
5. Muley Moloch and Rebecca. 3. Pantaloon and Languish,
6. Lanercost and Crucifix. FORES'S HUNTING ACCOMPLISHMENTS,
INDISPENSABLE WITH HOUNDS.'
1. GOING ALONG A SLAPPING PACE. 2. TOPPING A FLIGHT OF RAILS, AND COMING WELL INTO THE NEXT FIELD.
3. SWISHING A RASPER. 4. IN AND OUT CLEVER. 5. CHARGING AN OX FENCE. 6. FACING A BROOK. FORES'S HUNTING CASUALTIES
THAT MAY OCCUR WITH HOUNDS.
1. A TURN OF SPEED OVER THE FLAT.
2. A STRANGE COUNTRY.
3. DESPATCHED TO HEAD QUARTERS.
Taking it with a military seat.
4. UP TO SIXTEEN STONE.
5. A RARE SORT FOR THE DOWNS.
6. A MUTUAL DETERMINATION "If he goes on at this rate I'm afraid I must part with him."
FORES'S STABLE SCENES.
The set of four, coloured, by Herring, sen., price 41. 4s. 1. THE MAIL CHANGE.
3. THOROUGH BREDS. 2. THE HUNTING STUD.
4. THE TEAM.
STEEPLE CHASE CRACKS,
GOING AT A WALL FULL TILT. Lord Strathmore on Switcher.
T. Oliver on Discount. P. Rolt on Peter Simple.
Captain Broadley on Cigar. I. Mason on Lottery,
Rowlands on Culverthorpe. A. M'Donough on Brunette.
Bradley on Tramp, Captain Peel on Pioneer.
Barker on Marengo, &c. Captain Powel on Salute. Size of the engraving 42 inches by 21. Price 31. 3. Coloured in close imitation of the original picture by J. F. Herring, sen., forming a companion to the well-known print of The Start for the Derby."
FORES'S STEEPLECHASE SCENES.
Six plates, coloured, price 21.12s, 6d., from original drawings by H. Alken. 1. THE STARTING FIELD.-—“A picked lot possessed of judgment and confidence.” 2. WATTLE FENCE WITH A DEEP DROP.--"Skill and nerve brought into play.” 3. IN AND OUT THE LANE.-"Science and a firm seat put to the test." 4. THE WARREN WALL.-" A quick eye and steady hand often save a fall." 5. THE BROOK.-" The pace and pluck clear it gallantly." 6. THE RUN IN.-"A good finisher, backed by luck, lands him a winner." FORES'S COACHING RECOLLECTIONS.
The Set of Five, coloured, price 51. 58. By Henderson. 1. CHANGING HORSES.
4. WAKING UP.
5. THE OLDEN TIME.
Price 158. each coloured.
4. THE ROAD U. RAIL. 2. STUCK FAST.
5. IN TIME FOR THE COACH. 3. FLOODED,
6. LATE FOR THE MAIL. FORES'S SPORTING TRAPS. From the original pictures by C. C. Henderson, Esq. Price 21s. each coloured. To range
with the Stable Scenes and Coaching Recollections. 1. GOING TO THE MOORS. I 2. GOING TO COVER.
FORES'S ROAD SCENES. “ Going to a Fair.” Painted by C. C. Henderson, Esq. Price 15. each coloured. 1. HUNTERS AND HACKS. 1 2. CART HORSES.
THE STRAW YARD.
most finished style of mezzotint by W. T. Davey.
LEFT AT HOME. From the original picture by Mr. R. B. Davis. Price : Proofs 21. 28.; Prints, coloured 11. lls. 6d. Represents a fine Stamp of Hunter and Hounds of perfect form excited by the sound of the Huntsman's Horn. A subject full of life, and possessed of inexpressible charms for a Sportsman.
Published hy Messrs. Fores, 41, Piccadilly, London.
form excited by
NEW WORK BY HARRY HIEOVER. Just published, in fcp. 8vo. with Two Plates, “ The Right Sort” and “ The Wrong Sort,"
price 5s. half-bound. THE HUNTING-FIELD. By HARRY HIEOVER, Author of “The
- Pocket and the Stud," “ The Stud for Practical Purposes,” “ Practical Horsemanship,” and “ Stable Talk and Table Talk."
“ Hieover writes for half-formed sportsmen and absolute beginners. To them his book will prove most useful, and we doubt much if the oldest and most accomplished foxhunter may not derive information from it, but if not, it will most assuredly amuse him. The little book is written in an easily-understood and agreeable style, and has our hearty recommendation."--Observer.
London : LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, and LONGMANS.
Just published, a New Edition, with 10 Plates and several Diagrams, in imperial 8vo.,
price 10s. 6d. cloth, THE HORSE'S FOOT; and How to keep it Sound. By WILLIAM
1. MILES, Esq. Seventh Edition, enlarged, with an Appendix on Shoeing in general and Hunters in particular, and a new Preface."
*** Two Casts or Models of Shoes may be had, displaying the kinds of Shoeing described in the work, one shod for general purposes, and the other with leather ; price 38. each.
London : LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, and LONGMANS.
otise on that brane Astificial Flies. By costly enlarged.
Just published, in one volume, fcp. 8vo., with several Engravings on Wool, price 6s.,
cloth, THE VADE-MECUM of FLY-FISHING for TROUT ; being a com
plete Practical Treatise on that branch of the Art of Angling; with plain and copious Instructions for the Manufacture of Artificial Flies. By G. P. R. PULMAN, Adthor of the “ Book of the Axe." Third Edition, re-written and greatly enlarged.
" Pulman's “ Fly-fishing for Trout,” is a worthy companion to Sir H. Davy’s “ Salmonia.”—Morning Pust.
* For sound practical knowledge, seasoned with real enthusiasm for the gentle art, we have no hesitation in recommending our author to the attention of the brothers of the angle.”—Sporting Magazine.
London : LONGMAN, Brown, GREEN, and LONGMANS.
Just published, in imperial 8vo., scarlet cloth gilt, price 1l. 10s. PICTORIAL GALLERY of ENGLISH RACE HORSES ; embellished 1 with upwards of Ninety Steel Engravings, after Cooper, Herring, Hancock, Alken, &c., containing Portraits of all the Winners of the Derby, Oaks, and St. Leger Stakes, to the end of the year 1830, with Letter-press by GEORGE TATTERSALL, Esq.
HENRY G. Bonn, York-street, Covent-garden.
Illustrated by numerous Diagrams, price 5s., HAND-BOOK of GAMES, by Amateurs and Professors, comprising
new and complete Treatises on all the principal Games of Chance, Skill, and Ma nual Dexterity. With especial attention to Whist, Picquet, Cribbage, and other Care Games ; Rouge et Noir, Faro, &c.; Billiards ; Draughts (Polish and English); Back. gammon; American Bowls, &c., &c.
HENRY G. Bonn, York-street, Covent-garden.'
ACKERMANN'S METALLIC BETTING BOOK, as adopted at
TATTERSALL'S, &c., with List of Races, Laws of Betting, ticket pocket, dr. Roan 2s.; morocco 3s. ; ditto, ornamented 4s.
London : ACKERMANN and Co., 96, Strand ; R. ACKERMANN, Regent-street ; and all Booksellers, Stationers, &c.