Punch,  10 (1846), 16.

The Lovely Game Laws

[Douglas W Jerrold] *




Hunting, Morality, Crime

    Discusses the case of a cowherd who suffered a heavy fine for apparently shooting a lark merely for the purpose of discharging his gun. Proceeds to attack the injustice of game laws and in particular, George C G F Berkeley, a statesman with notorious interests in hunting.

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