- Edition: 18 October 1884 18 October 1884
This grand little pack of beagles met for the first time this season at the
Kennels, when there was a good turnout of huntsmen, both horse and foot.
Amongst the company present we noticed: -
Mr. T. K. PARKER, Evening Hill, the new master.
Mr. BRISCO, Greenwood.
Mr. W. H. HOODLESS
Mr. Charles CARRICK
Mr. John ADDISON
Mr. Jonathan WOOD
Dr. DENHAM, Wigton
Mr. Geo. WRIGHT, Tarnrigg Moor
Mr. John THOMPSON, Brackenthwaite
Mr. T. CROSS, Jenkin Cross
Mr. R. HIGGINSON
Mr. H. GRAHAM
Mr. Jos. JOHNSTON.
Amongst the riders were: -
Mr. H. J. PERCY, Eskrigg
Mr. R. TWENTYMAN, Oulton
Mr. J. CARRUTHERS
Mr. Jos. HOPE
Mr. John BLAIN, Woodside
Mr. ROOKE, Rosley.
Soon after casting off a hare was found behind Greenwood, which took a
circuit round the kennel, through the rough ground, and back to its seat. It was
again put up, and soon after lost. Number two was started from the whins in
front of Greenwood, but only afforded a short run, and was there lost. Later on
two more hares were found and run down, one being chopped at Jenkin and the
other killed at Moorthwaite.