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  • There was a meeting at The Bobtailed Fox yesterday, and gentlemen was all of one mind to go by what your Lordship would say.

    The Duke's Children

  • Saturday, the eighteenth of December, to be held at that well-known sporting little inn the Bobtailed Fox.

    The Duke's Children

  • As regarded the meeting which had been held, — any further meetings which might be held, — at The Bobtailed Fox, he did not see the necessity, as he explained it to the livery-stable keeper, of acknowledging that he had written any letter to Lord Silverbridge.

    The Duke's Children

  • He killed a couple of Grey Wolves, said to be the last of their race, and several Coyotes, some of which, no doubt, were of the Bobtailed pack, which thereby lost those members which were lacking in wisdom.

    Johnny Bear And Other Stories from Lives of the Hunted

  • Yet that winter was marked by a series of Coyote raids and exploits; and usually the track in the snow or the testimony of eye-witnesses told that the master spirit of it all was a little Bobtailed Coyote.

    Johnny Bear And Other Stories from Lives of the Hunted

  • Another meeting at The Bobtailed Fox was convened.

    The Duke's Children

  • He immediately issued cards to all the members, stating that on that day the meet had been changed from Croppingham Bushes, which was ever so much on the other side of Bagshot, to The Bobtailed Fox, -- for the benefit of the hunt at large, said the card, -- and that the hounds would be there at half-past one.

    The Duke's Children

  • As regarded the meeting which had been held, -- and any further meetings which might be held, -- at The Bobtailed Fox, he did not see the necessity, as he explained to the livery-stable keeper, of acknowledging that he had written any letter to Lord Silverbridge.

    The Duke's Children

  • There was a meeting at The Bobtailed Fox yesterday, and the gentlemen was all of one mind to go by what your Lordship would say.

    The Duke's Children

  • Bobtailed thoughts coursed through Speaker’s mind.

    ROB NEYER’S BIG BOOK OF BASEBALL LEGENDS

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