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Great Dane & Chihuahua, the largest and smallest breeds at Crufts 10th February Featured Related Images Print

Great Dane & Chihuahua, the largest and smallest breeds at Crufts 10th February

Great Dane & Chihuahua, the largest and smallest breeds at Cruft's 10th February 1968 - which saw a record entry of 7, 017 dogs, the biggest dog show in the world, now being held at Olympia. The largest and smallest breeds pictured together at Cruft's in 1968 are SOFFTEE, a Great Dane, owned by RON MUIR, of Leyton, Essex, and FABIOLA a Chichuahua, owned by MRS MOLLY MOORHOUSE of Bournend, Bucks.
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A Man Went a'Hunting at Reigate - Victorian nursery rhyme illustration Featured Related Images Print

A Man Went a'Hunting at Reigate - Victorian nursery rhyme illustration

A medieval man riding his horse and carrying a blunderbuss is attempting to pass through a gate which is being guarded by the land owner. A dog with a sorrowful face canters by and the towers of a city can be seen in the distance.
"A man went a hunting at Reigate - And wished to leap over a high gate - Says the owner, Go round - With your gun and your hound - For you never shall leap over my gate'."
From "Nursery Rhymes - Ridicula Rediviva" illustrated by J.E. Rogers, with chromolith printing by R. Clay Sons & Taylor and published in London in 1876 by Macmillan and Co

Huntsmen and hounds in a churchyard Featured Related Images Print

Huntsmen and hounds in a churchyard

Fox hunting men riding beside a graveyard wall while their hounds follow the scent of a fox inside the churchyard. The artist has added some comical inscriptions to the gravestones! From "The Fox Jumps Over the Parson's Gate" by Randolph Caldecott (1846-1886). Published by George Routledge & Sons, London, in 1883