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Nimrod's Hunting Tours

Interspersed with Characteristic Anecdotes,
Sayings and Doings of Sporting Men,
Including Notices of the Principal Crack Riders of England

by

Nimrod

London: M A Pittman (1835) 592 pp.

(Dorset and Devon Section)

Prepared by Michael Steer

"Nimrod," whose name was Charles James Apperley, was a man of education, a country squire and a genuine sportsman. Loss of means turned him to literature; he contributed articles on sport to The Sporting Magazine, The Quarterly Review and other journals; but is best known by his two books, The Life of a Sportsman, and Memoirs of the Life of John Mytton, both of which were illustrated with coloured engravings by Alken. Apperley, though not a Walter Scott, was a good writer; he knew his subject thoroughly, on both the scientific and the personal sides. This rare book was produced from a digital copy held by the Bodleian Library that can be downloaded from Google Books. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. These books, on which copyright has expired, are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.
 
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Bedford, Duke of 150
Blackmoor 144
Buller, Mr 149
Chichester, Sir Arthur 145, 158
Clay, Rev B 151
Cope, Sir John 143
Dawson 150
Farquharson, Mr 143-4
Fellowes, Hon Newton 147-9, 158-9
Glammis, Lord 145
Hony, Betty 162
Horlock, John 145
Incledon 145
Jennings, J 143-4
Kelly, Colonel 161
Land, Jack 162
Marshall, Rev Bouchier 151, 153
Marshall, J 151
Noble, John 151
Russell, Rev John (Jack) 159
Sowden, Thomas Esq 162
Stawell, Willoughby 151
Stephen 147-9, 151, 153, 155
Taylor, Rev Henry 159
Templer, Mr 155-60
Troyte, Rev Dr 146
Ward, Mr 143-4