Bobby's Dog-Days Over
Crime, Animal Behaviour, Government, Disease
Written from the perspective of a policeman who expresses relief at the revocation of Richard Mayne's law on vagrant dogs. He relishes the prospect of not being the subject of 'Amusement and delight' when a dog eludes his grasp, as well as the prospect of 'No more of these ignoble scars' and hydrophobia.
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