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March 28th found Mr. Selby Lowndes at Drayton Potash, from which, with Highhavens as the stereotyped draw, a capital day's sport was worked out, and that in spite of the fact that the staghounds had been over the same country on the previous day, and the Association of Blood- hound Breeders were at that time running off a match in the same district. The first gallop from Mr. Amos' s covert was a fast ring by Littlecot and Dun ton to the Hoggeston Valley, which the bloodhounds had just vacated, a curious incident happening at Highhavens, a vixen being seen leaving the covert with a cub in her mouth. This she dropped, and Bentley being present secured it and sent it to \V had don to be reared. Going away from High- havens again, hounds recrossed the Hoggeston Valley to Swan- borne and Dodlay Hill, where Sturman was obliged to help his hounds, and settling them to work, crossed Mrs. Dauncey's park at Little Horwood to Hollow Hole Farm, finally losing their fox between the Horwoods, his point apparently being College Wood. April 1st saw the curtain ring down on their season at Salden Windmill, from which popular tryst a really hard day's work for hounds was carried out. Their first fox was found at Swan borne Gorse, and going away to Salden, succeeded in running them out of scent beyond Lord Orkney's coverts. From Villiers Gorse hounds ran well by Newton Longville to Bletchley and thence to Howe Park Wood, which covert was threaded as the hunt drove forward over Mr. Clarke's farm by Tattenhoe to Whaddon Thrift. Going back to Howe Park Wood the remainder of the afternoon was worked out in the district, hounds being stopped at dark in Thrift. 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