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Edition: February 3, 1844 February 3, 1844
We regret to see that the Park of Chillingham is likely soon to be despoiled of its glory and boast. A writ of execution has been directed to the sheriff of Northumberland to bring to the hammer the celebrated race of cattle so long the exclusive possession of the Ears of Tankerville. The Chillingam wild cattle have been so much an object of curiosity to strangers visiting this country as many of our national monuments; and Sir Walter SCOTT, in his interesting notes to the Bride of LAMMERNUIR , has added to the celebrity of this noble race of Northumbrian cattle.—Tyne Mercury.