The Bloodhound, p.48.

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   IS larger than the beagle or any other hunting-dog. He is of the colour of other hounds, being red and brown; he has long ears, and seldom barks except in hunting, and then will follow his game through woods and thickets, and never leaves until he catches and kills it. He is employed in chasing the hare, fox, hart, badger, &c. 

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