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Life of John Mytton

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(England, early 1900s)

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The "Life of John Mytton" follows the hunting, shooting, driving and racing adventures of the Squire of Halston, as recorded by his biographer (Nimrod).  The stories first appeared in the early 1830s in The New Sporting Magazine.  The illustrations are from original water colors by Henry Alken.


Price per print: Print Only:  As shown
Matting Charge:   $15
Framing & Matting Charge:  $95
Dimensions: Print Only: 9 x 6 inches
Matted:  12 x 16 inches
Type of print: Original color print
Year: Early 1900s

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"I wonder whether he is a
good timber jumper!"

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"The 'Meet' with
Lord Derby's Stag-hounds
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"The Oaks Filly"
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"Light come, Light go"
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"Mytton on 'Baronet' clears
nine yards of water"

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"Well done, 'Neck-or Nothing';
You are not a bad one to breed
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"Mytton swims the severn
at Uppington Ferry"
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"How to cross a country
comfortably after dinner"
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"Now for the honour
of Shropshire!"
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"'A squire-trap, by jove!'
cries Mytton"