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STATUE BY N. COUSTON.
The Huntsman is sealed upon the trunk of a tree, holding in one hand a javelin reversed. His horse is attached to his body by a girdle; and his dog observed lying at his feet. Upon the base the name of the artist is written, and the date 1710.
This statue is particularly selected from the works of N. Couston. The simplicity of its attitude, and the beauty of the head, have been greatly admired. Itsheight is about six feet.