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THE ALPINE GUIDE.
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Brassey (the Late Lasy).
SUNSHINE AND STORM IN THE EAST.
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DANCING. By Mrs. Lilly Grove,
DRIVING. By His Grace the late Duke
FENCING, BOXING AND WREST-
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Sport and Pastime—continued.
GOLF. By Horace G. Hutchinson.
HUNTING. By His Grace the late Duke
MOUNTAINEERING. By C. T. Dent,
POETRY OF SPORT (THE). Selected
RACING AND STEEPLE-CHASING.
RIDING AND POLO. By Captain
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TENNIS, LAWN TENNIS, RACKETS
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