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Images Dated 29th July 2009

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Ladies of the Chorus Featured 29 Jul 2009 Print

Ladies of the Chorus

This photogravure has been taken from Maud Earl's portfolio British Hounds and Gun-Dogs, which was published in a limited edition of 500 copies in 1902 by the Berlin Photographic Company.
The dogs shown here are Clumber Harriers called Lively, Desperate and Dora and they belonged to Her Grace the Duchess of Newcastle. The Duchess involvement with dogs knew no bounds, keeping a pack of Harriers at Clumber alongside her show dogs. Of the breed, Lady Gifford MH wrote: Indeed the breed of hound that can boast of possibly greater antiquity that any other. For did not the cavalry soldier Xenophon at the age of 24 keep a pack of Harriers, over 2, 000 years ago

© TThe Kennel Club

A partial belt of the runway of Jubbarhatti airport is seen in Shimla Featured 29 Jul 2009 Print

A partial belt of the runway of Jubbarhatti airport is seen in Shimla

A partial belt of the runway of the Jubbarhatti airport is seen amid monsoon clouds in the northern Indian hill town of Shimla July 29, 2009. The June-September monsoon rains began with an exceptionally dry phase in the first five weeks, but rainfall has improved in the past two weeks in most parts of the country. REUTERS/Amit Kanwar (INDIA SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) - GM1E57T13ET01

England Expects Featured 29 Jul 2009 Print

England Expects

Signed
Oil on canvas 18 x 24 ins
There was much political infighting between supporters of Toy Bulldogs, Miniature Bulldogs and French Bulldogs: the Kennel Club would not have them, the Bulldog people didn't want them but the French Bulldog Club finally won the day and that breed survived, although all three were probably variants of the same. The two here are Toy Bulldogs, a breed that did not survive the First World War. They are Ch Peter Amos and Ch Ninon de L'Enclos, both owned by Lady Pilkington who made up eight of the 20 Champions in the breed. This is the original painting for the photogravure number 22, England Expects, in Maud Earl's portfolio Terriers and Toys