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" King James I. bought of Mr. Markham an Arabian horse, imported from the East by the latter. This horse is reported to have been the first of that breed ever seen in England ; but it would be hard to establish the truth of this assertion. "
The General Stud Book Containing Pedigrees of English Race Horses, &c. &c ... - Page 320
1834
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A Dictionary of Sports: Or, Companion to the Field, the Forest, and the ...

Harry Harewood - Sports - 1835 - 365 pages
...King James the First bought an Arabian of Mr. Markham, a merchant, for five hundred guineas, which was the first of that breed ever seen in England. The Duke of Newcastle says, in his " Treatise ou Horsemanship," that he had seen the above Arabian, and describes him as a small bay horse, and not...
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Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England

Agriculture - 1863
...bought of Mr. Markham an Arabian horse, imported from the East by the latter. This horse is reported to have been the first of that breed ever seen in England ; but it would be hard to establish the truth of this assertion. Since Britain long continued to be...
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Transactions of the New-York State Agricultural Society for the ..., Volume 23

Agriculture - 1864
...bought of Mr. Markham, an Arabian horse, imported from the east by the latter. This horse is reported to have been the first of that breed ever seen in England, but it would be hard to establish the truth f this assertion. Since Britain long continued t be...
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Edinburgh veterinary review and annals of comparative pathology. [Continued ...

Veterinary review and stockowners' journal - 1863
...bought of Mr Markhain an Arabian horse imported from the East by the latter. This horse is reported to have been the first of that breed ever seen in England ; but it would be hard to establish the truth of this assertion. Since Britain long continued to be...
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Edinburgh Veterinary Review and Annals of Comparative Pathology, Volume 1

1863
...bought of Mr Markham an Arabian horse imported from the East by the latter. This horse is reported to have been the first of that breed ever seen in England ; but it would be hard to establish the truth of this assertion. Since Britain long continued to be...
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Agriculture of Maine: Annual Report of the Secretary of ..., Volume 9, Part 1864

Agriculture - 1864
...bought of Mr. Markham an Arabian horse, imported from the East by the latter. This horse is reported to have been the first of that breed ever seen in England ; but it would be hard to establish the truth of this assertion. Since Britain long continued to be...
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The General Stud-book, Containing Pedigrees of Race Horses, &c ..., Volumes 1-2

Horses - 1891
...probably from Persia and Syria. The following are arranged in about the order of date. MARKHAM ARABIAN. James the First bought an Arabian of Mr Markham, a...a small Bay Horse, and not of very excellent shape ; also thai he was bought for 150 gs.. and to run, and ran so badly that he brought Arabians into disrepute....
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The Horse of America in His Derivation, History and Development ...

John Hankins Wallace - Horse breeding - 1897 - 578 pages
...Mr Markkam, a merchant. for 500gs.. said (but with little probability) to have been the first of the breed ever seen in England. The Duke of Newcastle...small bay horse, and not of very excellent shape. 22. Bloody Buttocks; nothing further can be traced from the papers of the late Mr. Crofts than that...
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The Origin and Influence of the Thoroughbred Horse

Sir William Ridgeway - Civilization - 1905 - 538 pages
...Arabs, Barbs and Turks." " King James I bought an Arabian of Mr Markham, a Merchant, for 500 guns., said, but with little probability, to have been the first of that Breed ever seen in England." The original foundation for this figure of 500 guineas (which has been faithfully copied in all the books...
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The Origin and Influence of the Thoroughbred Horse (Classic Reprint)

William Ridgeway - Pets - 2017 - 558 pages
...Arabs, Barbs and Turks." " King James I bought an Arabian of Mr Markham, a Merchant, for 500 guns., said, but with little probability, to have been the first of that Breed ever seen in England." The original foundation for this figure of 500 guineas (which has been faithfully copied in all the books...
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