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  • An elephant howdah during a tiger-hunt is middling tough; centre stage during amateur theatricals would probably strike you as out of court altogether, in Gloucestershire, anyway, but it's astonishing what you can do in a pantomime horse.

    Isabelle

  • Scotchmen whom Lord Minto, the Governor-General, patronised; and then he described a tiger-hunt; and the manner in which the mahout of his elephant had been pulled off his seat by one of the infuriated animals.

    Vanity Fair

  • He had never been but once at a tiger-hunt, when the accident in question occurred, and when he was half killed — not by the tiger, but by the fright.

    Vanity Fair

  • Scotchmen whom Lord Minto, the Governor-General, patronised; and then he described a tiger-hunt; and the manner in which the mahout of his elephant had been pulled off his seat by one of the infuriated animals.

    Vanity Fair

  • An elephant howdah during a tiger-hunt is middling tough; centre stage during amateur theatricals would probably strike you as out of court altogether, in Gloucestershire, anyway, but it's astonishing what you can do in a pantomime horse.

    Flashman and The Redskins

  • An elephant howdah during a tiger-hunt is middling tough; centre stage during amateur theatricals would probably strike you as out of court altogether, in Gloucestershire, anyway, but it's astonishing what you can do in a pantomime horse.

    Flashman And The Redskins

  • It was the tiger-hunt, in view of his own village, and he sat down, tremulous with rapture, in the grass to watch.

    O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921

  • The king of Siam has at present a bodyguard of four hundred women; they are armed with lance and rifle, are admirably disciplined, and their commander (appointed after saving the king's life at a tiger-hunt) ranks as one of the royal family and has ten elephants at her service.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 16, February, 1859

  • From the tiger to the town, from the cries of jackals to those of street-venders, -- this is an easy transition in India; and it was only the late afternoon of the second day after the tiger-hunt when my companion and I were strolling along the magnificent Esplanade of

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 17, No. 100, April, 1876

  • He had no false ideas in regard to this tiger-hunt.

    O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921

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