A HUNTING DIARY. By the late Captain Newton Wynne Apperley. Edited with an introduction, by E.W. Cuming. And a foreword by David Davies, M.P.

A HUNTING DIARY. By the late Captain Newton Wynne Apperley. Edited with an introduction, by E.W. Cuming. And a foreword by David Davies, M.P.
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Author Apperley (Newton Wynne). (1847-1925)
Book Code 47908
ISBN B001AVYB8K
Book Description 50mm tear to cloth at top of spine, boards faded and stained, some foxing throughout. Good. Lacks dust-wrapper. Many pages uncut.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1926
Publisher Nisbet & Co.
Place London.
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1926 1st edition. 8vo (150 x 237mm). Ppxiv,228. B/w photograph plates. Blue cloth, blind-stamped title to upper board, spine titled in gilt.

Captain Apperley kept his own pack of hounds at Morben Hall, Machynlleth. The diary records fox, hare, otter, marten-cat and foumart hunting in Mid-Wales in the 1860s and 70s. "From 1864 to 1878, I hunted 636 days, with 39 different packs of hounds, had 339 kills, 78 blank days. Most of this happened in Wales. From January 1864 to 1920, I rode 212 different horses to hounds, and was mostly mounted by my friends".

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