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Broadside regarding criticism of the Town Council
A full, true, & particular Account
WHICH MEET EVERY TUESDAY, AT
THE GRAND TOWN-COUNCIL KENNEL,
With a full description of all their qualities, as exhibited at the
On TUESDAY, 29th November 1842.
1st?Chimpanzee, or Sleepy-Jamie, a small liver coloured puppy, a most unhappy tem-
2d.?Client. This dog is good tempered, with training would make a good retreiver, but
3d?Tot. A Scotch poodle-dog, good tempered, and though slow, follows steady : from
4th?Solicitor. Is a staunch West-country dog, of the Deer-hound breed, has a good
5th?Pomatum. A soft-haired dog, has lately come out as a leader in the Pack, has more
6th?Baps. A ferocious looking dog, a good ratter, though he is understood to have
7th?Dean. A Poodle, was trained by a Stockingweaver, who kept him for his wool;
8th? Bangor. A slate coloured dog, is fond of giving mouth on a false scent ; runs after
9th?Knight. This dog is good at starting game, but wants perseverance to hunt it down ;
10th?Schneider. A clumsy dog, a sort of nondescript, a regular babbler, bred by a
11th? Brush. A good sharp dog, makes no noise and runs close; always in at the death,
12th?Typo. A large stout clumsy dog. has damaged his teeth worrying his neighbours. 'when
13th?Pompey. A vain dog, a cross between a turnspit and a lady's poodle, doubles on
14th?Wasp. A wiry-haired Scotch Terrier, entered to the vermin by a thin Mason ; fond
15th?Cleaver. A large rough grey Sheep-dog, with a stubborn temper, and a few
16th?Quill. A smooth Terrier, staunch at his work ; makes no noise in the Kennel.
17th?Cameleon. A smooth oily-skinned sad dog, on which none can depend, apt to slip
18th?Bolus. A small light dog, seems from his smell to roll himself up in assaf?tida,
19th-Pewter-Pot. A long lank useless whyte dog. N.B.?May be had cheap.
20th?Tick-Tick. A slovenly meagre dog, lately taken into the Kennel for want of a
21st?Hairy. An old dog of great bottom ; a Mastiff with a dash of the Bull in him,
22d?Brief. A Foxhound of the true breed, has a great antipathy to Asses, sometimes
23d?Ruble. Got by Plaster. A pawky dog, but is understood to hunt well when stark
24th?Hod. An old stiff dog, nearly worn out, always lifts his leg after Chimzpanzee.
25th?Crispin. A dull heavy dog, good for nothing, except appearance ; howls loud when
26th?Ned. A lame dog but a good one.
27th?Bill-the- Younger. A young dog not much known, but shews good points : if well
28th?Exchange. A quiet good dog, but easily led off the scent by a Church or a Parson.
29th?Clifton. A high bred and gentle dog, but sometimes loses scent like the former.
30th?Doctor. A harmless dog ; has swallowed many pills, prescribed by the Parsons.
31st?Tory. A singularly coloured dog, considered staunch, new to the Pack.
32d?Conservatine. This dog is not new to the Pack, is well known, feeds well, and is
33d?Kipps. A new dog, black and tanned, from Forfarshire, is rather quiet, but expec-
Date of publication:
1842 shelfmark: ABS.10.203.01(153)