Author:Henry Hall Dixon

Henry Hall Dixon
(1822–1870)
Sporting journalist and agricultural writer. Contributed extensively to Bell's Life, Sporting Magazine, and other periodicals, most famously under the pseudonym "The Druid."
Henry Hall Dixon

WorksEdit

  • The Post and the Paddock; with Recollections of George IV., Sam Chifney, and Other Turf Celebrities (1856) (external scan)
  • The Law of the Farm; with a Digest of Cases, and Including the Agricultural Customs of England and Wales (1858)
  • Silk and Scarlet (1859) (external scan)
  • "Cambridge Wranglers" in Once a Week, Series 1, 4 (1861)
  • Scott and Sebright (1862) (external scan)
  • Field and Fern; or, Scottish Flocks and Herds (1865) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • Saddle and Sirloin; or, English Farm and Sporting Worthies (1870) (external scan)

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