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Philadelphia North American says that before Grantley Berkeley came to this country, circulars were sent from the office of the London "Field," a very respectable and influential sporting paper, to most of the leading American journals, its own among the number, announcing the intended visit of the Hon. Grantley F. Berkeley, M. P., to America upon a sporting tour, accompanied by his pack of hounds, and soliciting for him the hospitalities and friendship of American gentlemen. This circular was published by those journals, and, thus endorsed, Mr. Berkeley was everywhere well received. The American is of opinion that this is the most aggravated case of recent date, and should serve as a warning in future to our countrymen to beware whom they entertain and how they treat them.
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