86 DRIVING FOR PLEASURE.
Plate XL shows two styles of stable clothes or undress liveries. It should be remembered that where a roundabout coat is used the low hat is appropriate, and the high one with the tail coat.
We give here a list of the articles with which each servant should be equipped
One silk hat ; one felt storm hat, or second hat dressed for purpose; one Derby ; one suit of stable clothes, made either of whipcord or tweed ; one sleeved waistcoat ; one heavy cover coat; one stable cap; one mackintosh (or an upper Benjamin) ; one dozen collars ; one dozen neckcloths ; one livery body coat; one stripped valencia waistcoat (with sleeves) ; one livery great coat; one pair of trousers to match same (for occasional use in the morning or at night) ; one pair leathers (or cloth breeches) ; one pair top boots, with trees for same; one pair dogskin gloves; one pair heavy wool-lined gloves; one pair woolen gloves ; one pair breeches trees.
Plate XLI shows a horse in undress or night clothing. This happens to he a very good sporting pattern, being of fawn with alternate stripes of red and black. Blankets of plain fawn, or with a red and black check on a fawn ground, are almost