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Two drummers lead the Grenadiers off to Lady's Wood on the Monday evening where they hunt for the Earl of Rone,
eventually capturing him and setting him backsy-fore on a garlanded donkey to be processed through the village.
He is frequently shot from off the donkey only to be revived by the Hobby Horse and the Fool.
The penultimate 'death' takes place above the beach. After the final 'death' on the beach, the Grenadiers rush with the Earl into the sea
and fling him as far out as they can, returning, sodden, to the beach and the crowd who watch the Earl float away.