Country Life. London. 1929 'Foxiana' monogram stamped in black to red cloth, spine titled in black. Isaac Bell is one of the best-known personalities in the hunting world, and in his knowledge of fox-hound breeding has every claim to rank with the late Lord Lonsdale and the late Lord Bathurst. In experience in hunting hounds in the field he has like claims to high place amongst amateur huntsmen, and, indeed, it might be added, the professionals, for he has been a master, carrying the horn of three famous packs - the Galway Blazers, the Kilkenny, and the South and West Wilts - and, as an undergraduate, whipped into the Cambridge Drag." Publisher's blurb from A Huntsman's Log-Book. Foxiana was Isaac Bell's first book, and is a good collection of advice and anecdote for the amusement and instruction of the keen hunt servant, hunt follower, and armchair horse and hound enthusiast. Fifteen good sketches of Bell's pack in action, by G.D. Armour.
Book is in a good condition.