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THE MANNER OF LORD LORIS DEATH. The facts concerning the death of the well-known chaser. Lord Lorls, as reported by letter to his owner, M. James Hennessy. by the officer in charge, are as follows: The gelding failed to thrive oil the food and water with which the other cavalry horses were provided, and the officer left him at a farm iu France, explaining to the farmer what he was. and asking him to take great cafe of the famous son of Rabelais, at the same time promising to call and fetch him when the troops returned from Belgium. This promise was duly fulfilled, but "when the officer came back to the farm he was shown the re-inalus of the unfortunate animal, which had already died: In the meantime the officer had hud Uuivers II. killed under him in-. actions This was another good jumper owned by M. Henncssy. an aged son of Simonian and Una, which iu March last had won a big handicap over hurdles at Auteuil. The above particulars are vouched for by the well-known Anglo-French trainer, Robert Ruddock, who is over here on a visit. London Sportsman.