. The dog in health and disease : comprising the various modes of breaking and using him for hunting, coursing, shooting, etc., and including the points or characteristics of toy dogs. Dogs; Dogs -- Diseases. L.VvTLLS " C'ADEii." A Deerhound of the pure Glengarry breed, 28 inohos high, 34 inches in girth. Bred by W. ^leredith, Esq., Torrish, Sutherland. CHAPTER II. DOMESTICATED DOGS HUNTING CHIEFLY BY THE EYE, AND KILLING THEIR GAME FOR MAN'S USE. The Rough Scotch Grevhound and Deerhouud.—The Smooth or English Greyhound.—The Gazehound.—Tlie Irish Greyhound, or Wolf-dog.—The French Ma

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. The dog in health and disease : comprising the various modes of breaking and using him for hunting, coursing, shooting, etc., and including the points or characteristics of toy dogs. Dogs; Dogs -- Diseases. L.VvTLLS " C'ADEii." A Deerhound of the pure Glengarry breed, 28 inohos high, 34 inches in girth. Bred by W. ^leredith, Esq., Torrish, Sutherland. CHAPTER II. DOMESTICATED DOGS HUNTING CHIEFLY BY THE EYE, AND KILLING THEIR GAME FOR MAN'S USE. The Rough Scotch Grevhound and Deerhouud.—The Smooth or English Greyhound.—The Gazehound.—Tlie Irish Greyhound, or Wolf-dog.—The French Ma
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. The dog in health and disease : comprising the various modes of breaking and using him for hunting, coursing, shooting, etc., and including the points or characteristics of toy dogs. Dogs; Dogs -- Diseases. L.VvTLLS " C'ADEii." A Deerhound of the pure Glengarry breed, 28 inohos high, 34 inches in girth. Bred by W. ^leredith, Esq., Torrish, Sutherland. CHAPTER II. DOMESTICATED DOGS HUNTING CHIEFLY BY THE EYE, AND KILLING THEIR GAME FOR MAN'S USE. The Rough Scotch Grevhound and Deerhouud.—The Smooth or English Greyhound.—The Gazehound.—Tlie Irish Greyhound, or Wolf-dog.—The French Matin.—The Hare-Indian Dog.—The Albanian Dog.—The Grecian Greyhound. — The Turkish Greyhound.—The Persian Greyhound. — The Russian Greyhound.—The Italian Greyhound. THE ROUGH SCOTCH GREYHOUND AND DEERHOUND. This breed of dogs is, I believe, one of the oldest and purest in existence, but it is now rapidly becoming extinct, being supplanted. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Walsh, J. H. (John Henry), 1810-1888. London : Longmans, Green, Reader & Dyer