Hobbies & Leisure / Sport / The History of the Hawkstone Otter Hounds by Howard Greenwood Howard Greenwood Howard Greenwood 1991 number 31 of a limited edition of 250 copies, signed by the author: red leatherette cover with blue lettering to front and spine: approximately 15 x 21 cm tall: decorative endpapers: 196 pages: black and white photographic illustration and line drawing. Synopsis: The history of the Hawkstone Otter Hounds from its inception in around 1804 until it's voluntary disbanding when the otter came under the Protection of Plants and Wild Creatures Order in 1978. Chapters included are entitled as follows :  Foreword by Capt R E Wallace MFH. Early Days. The Honourable Geoffrey Hill. Mr R. Carnaby Forster. An Edwardian Summer: Mr HP Wardell. The Honourable Frank Clegg Hill. A Fresh Start: Lord Davies. The Master: Mr Arthur Jones. A Golden Age: the Earl of Coventry and Mr P F Stanier. Mr P F Stanier and Lieutenant-Colonel E.G. Wallace. The War Years. Sport Supremo: the Wallace Era. Difficult Days: Mr M Downes. Finis: Mr J M G Andrews. The Hunt Club. Appendix 1: The H O H Coventry. Appendix 2: the H O H Records. Appendix 3 Subscribers to this volume.
 Black and white photographic illustrations include the following:  Portrait of Sir Rowland Hill with his otter hounds by William Smith. The Hound Van Returning Home. The Honourable Geoffrey Hill at Hawkstone (1877) Mr H P (Billy) Wardell. Mr Wardell and staff (1903). Arthur Jones deputising for Mr Wardell in 1924. Viscount Hill and David (later Lord) Davies. Jack Davies (Huntsman) with his whips (1921). Mr Arthur Jones. On the Wye  (1923)  The Earl of Coventry. Lord Coventry on the Wye. Lea Bridge, North Shropshire, 1933. (Raymond Trevor, Mrs D Stanier, Mr Mr Kynnersey -Browne, Mrs Hayes, Mrs Lewis, Daphne Moore, Mr Ar Trench, Pip Stanier, Kathleen Stanier and Philippa.) Hard work on the Lugg. Garth Bridge, near Builth Wells, 1936 (Jim (second Whip) Maj Boer- Roberts, Mr Elliott, Mrs Carter Lewis, Mrs Taylor, Raymond Trevor, Daphne Moore, Pip Stanier, Bill Porter) The Luncheon Basket: Daphne Moore, Lord Coventry, Maj Berrington, Mrs Berrington Michael Lyne, Pip Stanier. Presentation to Lord and Lady Coventry: Tommy Phillips and Lady Hill. Pip Stanier and Ronnie Wallace at Higher House, Grimshill. Capt Wallis, Pip Stanier, Charles Parker. Pembridge, 1951. Jack Gill Russell and Pip Stanier, Londton on Tern, 1954. Charles Parker, Capt Wallis and Jack Stallard. On the Wye, joint week with B 0 H in 1956. (3 illustrations) . Presentation to Capt Wallis, October 1969 by Brig Sir Alex Stanier with Pip Stanier and Michael Downes. Forge Bridge, Downton 1972 with Frosty, Michael Downes and Johnny Andrews.

Condition: acceptable. Upper spine misshapen: extensive water damage has resulted in rippled pages with some discolouration and the occasional small tear. Illustrations and the detailed text are on the whole undamaged used books
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  • Book Title: The History of the Hawkstone Otter Hounds
  • Author: Howard Greenwood
  • ISBN: MW77002123
  • Publisher: Howard Greenwood
  • Year Published: 1991
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