When a fox takes to ground, if it be to a regular fox earth, he is said to be run to earth ; but when he descends into a slough or drain, he has then run to ground. ... A fox and a hare run up and down a cover ; a deer beats the cover. ... a deer is fresh found. ... to the hurtful impetuosity : hold them on is the reverse, and is a direction to the huntsman to make to the head, and try to recover the sinking scent.
|Title||:||An encyclopaedia of rural sports|
|Author||:||Delabere Pritchett Blaine|