John Peel



“D’ye ken John Peel?” – which translates to “Do you know John Peel?” – is a famous Cumberland hunting song written around 1824 by John Woodcock Graves (1795–1886) in celebration of his friend John Peel (1776–1854), an English fox hunter from the Lake District. It is the Regimental March of several Canadian and British regiments.

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