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Title: The Mark Lane express, agricultural journal c
Year: 1832 (1830s)
Subjects: Agriculture Farm produce Farm produce
Publisher: London : Isaac Alger
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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r evidently. The third mare, Mr. R. W.Hiki oils Tatton Tapestiv, looked well northmore than the third pla ; (ho is very good inquality and shape, and has great seo|x- and roomabout her. The Duke of Westminster earnedoif. the reserve with The Nun, a mare that wtnat one time at the head of affairs at many ofthe leading shows, and is still a specimen foranyone to be proud of. Three-year old fillieswere a very good lot. the leader of tim e espcdaily so; this was Mr. John Bradleys HalsteadDuchess 3rd, a grind filly in shape, quality,weight, and general character and movement;indeed it is not often that a better filly oornfr,out; she was later on reserved for the goldmedal. Sir P. A. Muntzs Bonnie Blue andLord Middletons Birdsall Coralline, two verycorrect and fine fillies, were placed second andthird, with Mr. W. Gr enweHV, Hendre Favourite as reserve. Two-year old fillies were also Very stronglyrepresented, S.r P. A. Muntzs Dunsmorc Fuohrda,who championed the London Show, was quite au
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H.M. the Kings Fire King, Champion Hereford Bull, at the Royal Show last week. Born Feb. 20, 1901; sire Earhfled 19387, dam Firefly, by Lollipop, and bred byHis Majesty at the Royal Farms, Windsor. Scylax, who was placed second, thus losing aplace fiom ki t years show. He, too, is still a goodcolt, and followed the winner very closely, asdid also Lord Egertons Eastoft Royal Lad, whois of more really Shire character than the twoprevious colts, and would by come have beenplaced higher.-. Sir P. A. Muntz had also aweighty good moving colt in Dunsmcre Hydro-meter, reserved, and a winner of several firststhis eeason. Lord Rothschild and Mr. Gouldwere placed first and second in the two-year-oldclass with iChildwick Champion, by ChildwiekMajestic, and Lymm Champion, by Lymni Lion,respectively. Again the competition was veryclcce, and these two were placed in the samepositions at Islington last February. Since thenboth have improved marvellously, the winnerhaving gained size, and the second c
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