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GUIDE TO THE TURF; 



OR, 



For 18S1; 

OONTAININO 

THE NOMINATIONS FOR 1861 ; 
ENTRIES FOR THE GREAT STAKES IN 1852; 

ALIO, 

A CALENDAR OF THE RACES 

IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND IN 1850; 

LENGTH OF COURSES; 

LAWS OF RACING ; DERBY, OAKS, AND ST. LEGER LOTS, 

LIST OF THE TRAINERS &e. &e. 

WINNERS OF THE GREAT PRIZES FROM THEIR COMMENCEMENT. 



By W. ruff, 

TUBF RKPOBTKB TO THK DAILT LOITDOII PAPIB8 
AMD * bill's LIFK tV LOVDOIT/ 



LONDON: 
PUBLISHED BY R. ACKERMANN, 

AT HIS ECLIPSB SPORTING-OALLESY, RBGBNT-STRBKT. 
1850. 



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NOTICE. 

The Spbino Edition of the Guide for 1851 will be paMkhed 
early in Mabch next, containing, in addition xo the Contents of 
the present Volume, the January and March Nominations, a List 
of the JoGKiES, iheir lowest RiDina Wkiobm^ &c Sec, ; Kaces 
tp Come ; Colours of the Riders, &o. 



Advertitements will be received up to the Ist of March. 



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CONTENTS. 



Racei to come •••••••.• \ 

Derby, Oaki, and St. Leger Lots, 1851 . . • . . t: 

Index to Nominations ••.••«.• vii 

Nominations in England 1 

Ditto in Ireland . • • 5o 

Calendar of Races in 1850 I 

Irish ditto • . . . • 143 

Index to Calendar • • 160 

Laws of Racing • • . 172 

Length of the Courses ••••••«• 174 

Winners of Royal Plates 176 

Alphabetical List of Trainers • • • • • « .177 

Winners of the^Gieat Races .180 

Advertisements • • • • • • « « ^ISS 



NOMINATIONS. 



PAOX 

Ascot Heath 22 

Bedford 30 

BiburyClub 28 

Brighton 51 

Caledonian Hunt 52 

Catterick Bridge .... 38 

Chester Spring • .... 33 

Chester Autumn 34 

Curragh 53 

Derby. 51 

Doncaster 46 

Eglinton Park 52 

Epsom 12 

Ooodwood 24 

Lincoln • • 51 



Lichfield 52 

Liverpool 33 

Manchester .32 

Newcastle-on-Tyne . . . • 36 

Newmarket • 1 

Northampton 32 

Richmond •...•. 52 

Salisbury 30 

Shrewsbury 32 

Stockbrulge 29 

Warwick . 31 

Western Meeting • . • • 52 

Winchester 31 

Wolverhampton 32 

York 39 

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RACES TO COME, 1851. 



MABCH. 

Doncaater Spring . . 
Warwick Spring 
Northampton . 

APRIL. 
Croxton Park • 
Catterick Bridge • • 
Newmarket Craven • 
TheHoo . . . « 

Bath 

Malton .... 
Newmarket First Spring 
Abergavenny . • « 
Chester 

MAY. 

Newmarket Second Spring 
Shrewsbury 
Plymoath Spring . 
Epsom 



JUNE. 



Ascot . 
Hampton . 
Mancoester 
Bibury . • 
Newton 
Stockbridg6 
Newcastle . 



13 
18 
26 



1 
4 
7 

12 
15 
13 
21 
24 
29 



6 

8 
7 
20 



8 

11 
11 
18 
18 
19 
23 



JULY. 
Newmarket • • • • 1 
Carlule ... .1 

Worcester • . . • 3 

Liverpool 9 

Nottingham .... 15 

Stamford 16 

Goodwood -29 

AUGUST, 

Aipon 4 

Briffhton 6 

Wolverhampton . • .11 
J^wes . . , . • 13 or 14 

York 20 

%ham. ...... 27 

SEPTEMBER. 

Warwick 2 

Doncaater 16 

Sandbach . ^ . . . 16 
EKlinton Park * . . 22 or 23 
Bedford . . . . 22 or 23 
Newmarket First October . 30 

OCTOBER. 

Monmouth . . . • • 1 

Chester Autumn ... 7 

Newmarket Second October . 13 

Wrexham 14 

Newmarket Houghton . • 27 



IRISH RACES. 



Curtrash 
Curragh 



April 22 
Jane 24 



Curragh 
Curragh 



Septk2 
Oct. 14 



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DERBY, OAKS, AND ST. LEGER LOTS, 1851. 





DERBY LOTS. 




J. SCOTT'S. 


WADLOWS. I LORD CLlFDlN'i. 


IHISH-BRED HOfiSRB 


Mir Felix 
AloniT>ta 

Newmin«lef 


OkmI* 


Harpsichord 




Aaron Smith 


Oleander 




Prims Minieter 


Heaufbrt 


Hibemla* 


C. by ChnrlM X\t , d. 


Active 




OieeolR 


by Touchaton* 




J. DAY'S. 


Aaron Smith 


Storm 


KENTS. 


Pariilon 


C. by Simoom - UdJT 


Croupier 
Croicnet 


Hetnand«z . 


Australind 
Trunnioti 


Caroline 


Boo 


Trunnion 


Ooliah 


Oirdla 


Lord Edward 




Buclihound 


Boabdil 




T. DaWSON^S. 




Grecian 


The Anchorite 


Comiellation 
Brother to Ellprdale 


LORD E6LlRTON*8. 


The Briton 


*^-RS,I?„?rdtn°"* 


Cn*iii 


Eorui 


C. by Trueboy, out of 


Pandcmu* 


0. bv Faugh a hallagh. 


Whiff 


Pahuina 


Hippolyta* 


d. by Bran 


Brother te Chanticleer 


ArlBto* 
IJltlmlu 


Bonnie Dundee 


Lamartine 


Mar^olsefCaribhae 


Jugcernatlt 


New FotMt Bnelt 






1 FrimitioQi 






OAKS LOTSi 




^ KENT'S. 




Prwtlge 


Mine 




Louie 
Iris 


Mari<^ 


Sister to Ballinlceeto 


The Squav 




F. by Corranna, out of 
RedRoee 


Henrieira 




IRlSK-RRED 


Wanton 


fiSSTHomberf 


J. DAY'S. 
Chrittiiia 


FILLIES. 
P. by Tearaway, Out «f 




Huxty-*cuTfy 


Po«iy 


Old Stock 






ST. LEGER LOTS 


, 


J. SCOTTS. 


1 J. DAY'S. 1 


W. I 'ANSON'S. 


Oeeeola 


Sir Feli« 


Tb* Briton 


Mooltan 


Bamricii 


Confidence 


.1 


Moolrai 
Newm& Noggt 


Lord Edward 


Alompra 


Thunderbolt 


Neuminster 


The Saxon 
The Catcuietof 


Whiff 


C. by Ch«rlee XII., d. 
by Touchstone 


Grecian 


•"j^e.iXn^rj""' 


Marion 




Ctotchet 


Lamartiae 


IRISH-BRED HORSES 


Brother lo Cbamioleer 


Croupier 
Storm 


PrimJtioue 


Loufth Bawn 

Clasher 


"•x^r""'-"'"' 


Goliab 




Sitter to Waflota 


IhrqutarfCwIbtaM 


Olympian 









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INDEX TO BNQi.»H NOMINATIONS. 



The pedigreet of two and thi«o year old*, whoae Hires and dams do not appear 
index, will be ftmnd in the pagea lefened to within pareutheMa. Iriah-bred 
are diatfngniihed by an aateriak (*)• 



in the 



Age. 

a Aaron Smith, 6, (12,) 23 

3 Abbess, 'fha, by Uner- 

«)st,3,05) 
8*AbbesB, The, by Tear- 

4 Abdaliah,7 

3 Ab<t-er4ianian, 4, fi, 7, 
(12) 

3 By Aocii»]iT, c. — Oar- 

gameUe,8S^83 
«AcUw, (12,) 34,47 
2 Actaesi,(Se) 
3.«:olus,5,6»Cl4,)23 

4 JS^enlapios, 38 

2 By AI.ABM , f. ^ GewsUp, 

' 10 
2 — c— Example, 9 

Z c. — Haitoe.18,32 

2 «— f. — Jane, S 

2 c.-> LaM«lsh,22,4& 

2t cd. by Mulatto. See 

Frantic 
2 

11,20,25, 

' 40,40,49 
2 f.d.bySlaB%21 

2 Alberta, (21) 

3 AlbonJ,2,4,(16) 
2 Alcoian„(19; 
2 Alisette, (ff 

2 Alhambra, 

20 

3 Alompra, (14^) 47 
2 AmbaaRadre«.(16) 



- f. -. Physalia^ ft, 9, 
,21, 30,36, 89» 



n/(19) 

;e, (5,; 21,25 

bra, (4), 5. U, 18, 



2 Ambo, by Envoy, 
^ tanr — Doll,U 
^Ambrose, S,6»(90»>10. 
^^10,11,19,25,28,32 

a By Amojumo^ f. — Em- 
zing,2,6 

3 Amoroso, by Amorino — 

May-fly, 31 

2 Anehises, 10, ll, (19,) 25, 
^ 28,46,4« 
d*Auchorlte, The, (13,) 48 
8 AnnaThiUon,(20) 

3 Antigone, 6, (15,) 24, 28, 

29 
2 S^ Amvakdalm, e. — £&•> 
, ahantress, 33, 44 

i- f.-.Maailla,81 

& —^ a. ~ Sweetbriat, 44 
* -— 0. d. by Tomboy, 35 

2 c. — WagtaiU18 

3*By AwLLO, c. -- BUak 
. Art,83; 



Age. 

2 Apostate, (51) 

3 Aphiedit^ 3, (16,) 28, 47, 

48,48 
8 By AncBT, e. -*- Moon- 

oeam, 32 
8 Ariadne, 2, 4, 7, 9v (II.) 

29 
8 Aiiosto, (1,) 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 

13, S5, sis, 41 
8 Aristippus (dead), (13) 
8 Arlstoa, (16) 
£ Aristocmt, The* (18») 44, 

50 

2 Artichoke, (21) 

3 Arttaan, 3^ 7, (l2.) 23 

2 By Abuvdiu., e. "- Bay 

Dorothy, 19 
3 f. — Mangosteen, 4, 

16 

2 f.— Bfandane,10 

4 f.^M«ndane,7 

3 Bv AaeoT, c. (dead ) (Bro. 

to Van Diemuk) •» £a 

ViAiin,14 

8 e. •^Mary»28 

3 c.— Teatatiix, 12, 26, 

29,31,31,41 

2 Askham, (44) 

3 Athol* by Ben-y-Ghlo, — • 

Nightmare, 84,46, 48 

2 Attack, (21) 

3 Aubrey, bv Sleight-of- 

hand, d. by B. Middle- 
ton, 36, 40, 47, 48 
3 By AnoKLAND, f. ~- Gow- 
■>ip,6 

3 c. d. by Toltaiie,29 

a — » e. -^ Wv. to HatfteU, 
29 

2 Anpir, (20,) 40,46,46,61, 

3 Aastralind, (19,) 23^ M, 

26,38,40,48 
8 Avia,(16,)32,38,34 

3 Aaeth, (14,) 37, 37,41,43, 

4 Asimuth, 7, 29 

3 Badi^oi, 0^ 32,34,40, 
43.46 

2 Bainbridge, (45) 
3]haieniia^ by Motniag 

' Star, — MisiXiaey,88 

3 By Balukkxxiji^ e. *^ 

Petrel, 32 
aaalsame>2,3,4,9,(l8,) 
_ 23, 24, 31, 33,34, 4<^ 41, 
47 



skin. The, 2, 6,(13,) 28, 24, 

41,47 
3 Banterer, (12) 
2*Barbarian, (17) 
3 Barcelona, (1,)2, % 6, 13, 

15,24,24,28,41 
2 By Ths Bahd, f. — ftrta 

ofLindaey'8d.51 
3*Bamrlefc, Hr Irish Bird- 
catcher,— FamiyKemble, 
8^34,86^47 
8 Bsxgeman,byOilbeftGnr- 
ney, — Billow, 1, 2, 8^ 4 

2 By Thx Baboit, f . — Jn- 

liana, 10. 21,30,81, 31 

3 Baron Biel, by Blooms- 

bury — Clare, 47 

4 Baroness, 36 
4BissiduNr,7 
4BastiUa,7 
2Bastiliana,(21) 

8 Bastinado, (14,) 42 
3 Batterer, (14) 



f Bat Mn>Dx,XTOir, e. d. 



Bt Ba 

by Bizarre, 6, 13, 48 

2 f . d. by Bitarre, 9, 21 

4 e. — Canada, 29, 88 

3 e. d. by Colwiak. 

SeeSexvm, 

3 f .— Commna*8 d., 17 

2 f.— H.B.H.,8,f5, 

46 
3 f. ^ L'Hirondelle, 

16,39,41,48 
3 ._ f. (deMl) — St. Mhff. 

gpnt,37 
3 Beatrice (dead), 4, (16,) 

39,48 

3 Beaufort, (12) 

4 Bee-hunter, The, 2, 28^ 89 
4 Bender,7 

3 ByBBTBAii,f.(Sis.teGai^ 
denia) — Datnra,9, 16^23 

2 — — f. — Metope, 8 

3 Benningbioagh, (18,) 43 
3 Ben More, 2»4, (12,.) 23 

2 Ben Nevis, by Slane — > 
Olenara, 5, 11 

2 Bermuda,(45,)50 

3 Beimudian, (13,) 47 

2 Be«ofHaidwidi,(21,)58 
2Bethgeleit,34,(35r)^ 

4 By BiBDCATCHXB (IiMi), 

f.— Baii,7 
2 f. -. Osst^teel, H, 

37,40,45,46,50 
2 0. _ aniaelU,18,30, 

44 
4 e. d.by Dr. SynUx, 7 



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INDEX TO NOMINATIONS. 



y BiEDCATCHiB (Irith), 
. — Echidna. See 
Connt6H 

f. (deid) — Ennui, 

37 

t c — Flower of the 

Tee% 18, 44, 49 

2 — c — Forget-me-not, 
4, 8, 17, 26, 46 

3* e. (Bro. to Chanti- 

eleer) — Whim, 14, 36, 
. 42,47 
c— Hecate, 18,44 

2. f.— L'Hiiondelle, 44. 

50 

2 — — c. — Meeanee, 6, 7, 
10, 35, 50 

2 f. — Mickleton Maid, 

8,20,S<(.49 

2 f. - Minerva, 21, 45 

2 c— Minx, 45 

4 f. (dead)— Oxygen, 7 

2 f.-d. (I844>by Pan- 
taloon—Banter 22, 33, 
46 

3* f. (aister to Ballin- 

keele)-Perdlta rie) 

2 c— Punniar, 44 

2 f.— Siberia, 37, 39,46 

2 f. d. by Velocipede, 9 

4. f. (dead) — Y. Defi- 
ance, 7 

4 c (dead)— Wee Pet,7 

2 Bird of Prey (19) 
2L Bird on the Wing, (22,) 46 

3 Bitch, The, by Malcolm— 

Dervigeld, 37, 39 
S^ Black Audrey, 40, (49) 

3 Black Doctor, The, (14,) 

33,33,33,34,^7.42,48, 
51 
a Black Douglaa (h. b.), bv 
Sir Hercules — Hotspurs 
d.,13 

4 Blackman, The, 7 

3 Black Sea, The, 1, (1,) 3, 

6,14 
d*Blue Blazes (dead), by 

Irish Birdcatcher — 

Flash, 39 
3*BlundeU (dead), 35, 47 
3BoabdU,3,6,(ld,)::4,27, 

47.48 

2 Bob Major, (9,) 10, II, 11, 

18, 22, 34, 44, 49 

4 Bolingbrofce, 2 

3 Bonide Dundee, 6, (IS,) 

24, 26, 36, 37, 47 

3 Boo, 3, 3, 4, 5, (13,) 25, 26, 
, 36.47 

4 Bordeaux, 3, 3, 3 

^ fioyne, by Melbourne- 
Drogheda, 4, 7, 13, 48 

3. Bmdamante (dead), (1,) 6, 
24, 24, 28. S 



Age. 

2 Brahmin, The. (26,) 37, 51 

3 Brandy Nan, by The Doc- 
tor—Tiffany, 39 

2 Brawn, 10, (21,) 27, 30,31, 
40 

3 Breba. 3, 3, (17.) 33. 39. 
40, 43. 48 

2 By Baii.T.TaNT(8onorBra- 
tandorf), c— Bessy Bed- 
lam, 46. 51 

3 BriUnnia, 39. (43) 
3 Briton, The, (13) 4S, 47 
3 Bmnnow, by Plenipoten- 
tiary—Green Mantle. 1, 
9,13 

3 Buckhound, 3, 3, (15,) 27, 
36 

4 Buckler, 29 
2 Buckthorn, (19) 

2 Bv BvHARD. c. — sis. to 
Geraldine. 5, 4 

3 c. — Phingari, 14 

2 c. — d., by Econo- 
mist, 5 

4 Cabman, 37 

3 Calculator, The, by Camel 
— Jamaica, 32. 37, 40, 
47.48 

4 California, 8 
2 Caloric, (8,) 9, 10. 11.20, 

44,46,49 
2 Calot (22,) 44 
4 Candlewick,7 



3 Cane, 24, (41) 
" - ■ 1,6,(20,) 



22,25,27, 



2 Canina^ 

39,44,46^ 
2 Canopy, (49) 
a Canterbury, (8,) 10, 18,26, 

26, 28, 31, 49 

2 Caracara, 10, (19,) 39, 45, 

16.50 

3 By Caeoinal Put», e. — 

P*«gy,l3,42 

3 — - or Hawk 8 Era, c. — 

Emigrant's d., 13 

4 Cariboo, 29 

2 Carinelta, (20,) 26 

2 Camew, (44) 

3 Carrier, by Zanoni or Emi- 

lian, (43) 

2 Carrier, by Envoy or Mi- 

notaur — Misnomer, 5, 
5, 11,51 
3Catalpa,2,6, (16,)2d,25, 
29, 31, 31, 42 

3 Catch'em, 10, (20,) 26, 28, 

39,40,44,51 

2 By Cato, c— Maria, 44 

4 Cecil, 7 

3 Chance, by Accident — 

Ward of Cheap, 32, 34 
2 BvCHANCKLLOB,f. — New- 

'port's d^ 30 
2 Chaffinch, 6, (8,) 20, 26, 

30,51 



Age. 

3 Chaplet, (15,) 28, 28, 31, 

4 Chariclea, 29 

2 By Chablss XII., e. — 

Benevolence. 46 
3 f.— Executrix, 23, 37, 

38 
2 f. — Executrix. See 

The Scourge 
3 f. — Mangel Wurzel, 

16 

3 c. (dead) - Morsel 

^ (13,) 34, 42 

3 f.— Pergttlaria, 5 

3 f. — Queen of Cyprus, 

9,31 
2 c. — Remember, 18, 

44,50 
3 c. d., by Touchstone. 

14, 23, 47, 48 

8 Chace, The, (21.) 23, 80 

2 Bv Chatham, f.— Estelle, 

10, 21, 23, 27, 32 
2 c— Sherbet, 6, 1 1 , 19, 

85, 27, 28, 46 
3Chatsworth,(14.>4l,47 
2 Chief Baron Nicholson, 

• (17,) 28, 28, 30. 31 
4 Chieftain, 7 
2 Child of the Mist, (9,) 19 

9 Chimney Sweep, (19.) 27, 

27,50 

2 Chopkins, (18) 

3 Christina, (1,) 2, 2, 4, 5> 

15. 27, 28, 89, 48 

4 ad. The (dead). 29 

3 Cilia, I, 2, 3, 6, (15,) 24, 

26.28 
3 Citadel, 4, 4, (16,) 23, 23 

28,29.48 

3 Clarendon, (41) 
3*Clasher, 36» 47 

8 Claverhouse, by Irish 

Birdcatcher, (4.) 17,25, 

26,97,37 
2 Claverhouse, by Launce- 

lot, (IS,') 39, 40. 43, 44. 

46, 4ff, 46, 49, 49 

4 Claymore, 7 
4 Clelia, 7 

2 Cleveland, M9,) 30, 37, 

39,44.50 
4 Clincher. 2 

3 Cnaeus, 3, (12,) 23. 36, 37, 

38,38,40,41,47,48,52 

3 CoUbri, (16) 

4 Compass, 7, 29 

3 Confession. See Nydta 
3 Confessor, The, 3, 4, (13,) 

27,34,40,47,48 

3 Confidence, by Emilius-^ 

Tarico, 4, 38, 39, 47, 48, 48 

8 Constance, (15) 

3 Constellation, (12,) 23, 

94,33,33,35,47,47,48 



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25,5 

if 01* 

23, » 
.Es«* 

,4l,f 
ichol** 
,31 

2,^' 

Is 

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Age. 

a Convalescent, (14*) 47 

2 Conyulsion, 3, (180 22, 

S4,32 
2Copia,(8020 

4 Cora, 7 

2 Corney, by H. PlatoflF — 

Ellen Percy, 37 
2 Corporal, The, (8,) 10, 17, 

3*By CoRBAKHA, fi — Red 
Rose, 16 

5 By CoTHKBSTOMB, ft -^ 

Buttreas. &e Safety 
2 f. — Cheshire Witch 

(S7, wrong nom.) 
2 f . — Damascene, 20 

2 — • c. — Layla, 6, 10, 24, 

25, 26, 30, 40 

3 c. — Lilla, 9. 23, 29 

2 f. (dead) ^ Reminis- 
cence, 30 

2 f. — Virago, 5, 21 

2 — — c. — Wryneck, 46 
3Coticula,l, (1,)2,3,9,15, 
23,24.25,28,29,41,48 

2 By C0UNSEI.T.0B, f. — 

Newport's d., 21 
3*Cottntc'8s, by Irish Bird- 
catcher — Echidna, 36 

3 By OiWL, f. — Celandtaie, 

23, 39. 48 

2 c. — Celandine, 30 

2 c. (dead) — Gretna, 5 

4 Cranberry, 7 

2 Croat (17,) 32 

3 Crotchet, 3, 4, (14,) 23, 27, 

35, 40, 47, 48 

3 Croapier, 3, 7, (14,) 26, 

36, 36, 40, 42, 47, 47 

3 By Thk CuB*,f. — Equa- 
tion, 34, 35, 35, 36, 40, 
48,58 

3 f., d. by Plenipo. 17 

3 Curl, (160 23, 43 

3 Cutler, The, by ShefSeld, 

37, 3S (41) 

3 by Sheffield, — Lasa 

of Lonton, 47 

4 Cyprus, 3o 

2 Czarine, 6, (21) 

4 Damask, 7 

3 Dancing Jack, (14,) 40, 48 

4 Dauphin, 38 

3 De-U-Rue, 4, (12) 
3 Delia, 16 

2 Denique,(22) 

3 De Ruyter, 6, 24, 36 
3 Demon. (14) 

3 Desideratum, (42.) 51 

2 De Winter, (2U) 

2 Diamond, by lahmael or 

Gibraltar — Crown 

Jewel, 9 . 
2 Dimple, (43) 



2 Director) (8,) 33» 34, 35 
2*Dismay, (8,) 17, 22, 34, 

43,49 
2 Dividend, (180 20 
4 By Thk Doctob, f . — La 

Femme Sase, 36, 38 
4 _ c. — Maid of Avenel, 

38 
2 DoUand, (80 17 
4 Dolly's Brae, 7 
2 Don Carlos, ( 19,) 37, 45, 50 

2 Don Isaachar, (o,) 19, 28 

3 By Dun Johk, c. (bro. to 

Drakelow) -^ DUbar, 1, 

12,47 
2 c. (bro. to Drakelow), 

6, 46, 49 

3 c. — Elopement, 12 

3 f, — LoUypop, 1, 5, 

15, 24, 36, 41 
2 c. — Lollypop, 4» 6, 

8,11,17,22,^5, 26, 43, 

49 
3 c. — Miss Whip, 6, 

13, 23, 24, 26, 35, 36, 

36, 37, 38, 40, 47, 48 
3 f. — Mrs. Tail's d., 6 

3 Don Pedro, (13) 

2 Dorothea, by Lanereost, 
(20,) 24, 51 

2 Dorothea, (51) 

4 Draper, The, 7 

3 Drill, (150 23, 32, 33,33, 

34, 35,-39, 42, 52 

2 Dringhoosea, (20,) 46, 51 

4 Duchess, 36 

3 Duchess of Cumberland, 

6.(41) 

3 Duchess of Leeds, The, 
(15) 

2 By DuLOiUKR,c.^ Apro- 
pos, 30 

3 c. — My Niece, 12 

2 Dundmm, (26) 

3 Duster, (14,) 42 

3 Dusty Miller,! The. (43) 

3 By Thk Eabl or Rich. 

MOND, c. — Miss Delph- 

ine, 13 
3 Eaton, by Dr. Sangrado ~ 

Gulhane, 39 

2 Ebor, (43) 

3 Eclipse, by Old England 

or Picaroon — ^therea, 

6 
3 Eden, (14) 
3 Edward of York, (120 38, 

3 Ella, (16.) 31 

2 Eloot. 10, (170 31 
2 Eleanor. (49) 

4 Ellen Middleton (dead), 7 

I 3 Emeute, 6, f 150 24, 24, 
28,36,37,39,52 



Age. 

3 By Emilivs, c. —- Hecate, 

12.33,41,47,48 
3 -— f. — Nan Danell,38 

3 f. — Sunset, 38 

3 Emily, (160 39, 48 . 
3 Emily Bell. (16,) 52 
2 Emmery-stone, (19,) 45 
2 By Thk. EiipsBOB, f. — 

Peeress^ 9, 20 
2 c. — Retrospect, 8 

2 c, d» by Wiseacre, 18, 

30,49 

3 England's Glory, (140 37, 

2 Englbh Oak, The, (44) 

3 Entre-nous, (13,) 24, 34, 

38, 40, 40. 47, 48 
3 Epira, 4, 5, (13.) 16, 23. 

24, 37, 39, 40, 41, 47, 48 
3 By Epibus, f. — Dark 

Susan. 16, 23 
3 c. (dead) - Fortress, 

24 
2 f. (sis. to Pyrrhus tht 

First) — Fortress, 11 
3 c» — Emerald, 3, 14, 

23 
3 c. — Enterprise, 14, 

29,47 
3 f. (dead)— Estelle,6 

2 - — c, — Giantess, 8, 27 
31,31 

3 f. — Glossy, 25 

2 f. — Joanna, 9, 9, 10, 

21 
3 c. — Lady Strut. See 

Leybume 
3 f. (dead) — Prism, 6^ 

23,25.28.29,36,42 
3 c. — Valentine, 3, 5 

3 Epailon. (42) 

4 By Ebymus, f. — Greno> 

line, 7 

4 c. — Erica, 7 

4 c. — Patronymic, 7 

4 Esplanade, 29 
4 Estafette, 7 

2 Euphony. (210 45, 46 

3 Eurus,4, (140 29, 29,31 

3 Exeter, by Robert ile Gor- 
htm — Garlotta, 3, 47^ 

3 Fairy King, (41047 
2 Fancy Bird, (19,) 45, 50 
2 By Fancy Boy, f. — Flo- 
rence, 37, 39, 44 

2 c.d. (1843), byHet- 

man Platoff. 50 

2 c— >MissGihnour,19, 

45.50 

2 f. — Pelisse, 17, 20 

2 c.d. (1841), by Phy- 
sician. See Anchises 

2 f., d. by Plenipo, 45 

2 c— ch. m. by Val- 
paraiso, 19 



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Am. 

2 Fancy Pr«e> (20) 

8 Farmer's Boy, tlie, (43) 

2 By f Xv<»h-a-Ballaoh, f. 

— Barbarina, 45 

3 t — Bwbarina, 51 

8 c, d. by Bran — 

Active, 1> 14, 24,28,29, 

32,35 
2 — — c, d» by Bran — 

Active, 8. 19, 25» 28 

2 c. — Delia* 18 

3 f, — Julia. 32 

3 f. — Motiey, 35 

2 f. — Motiey, 45 

2 c» — Niobe (h. b.), 

19 
2 c» —Sis. to Sir Ralph, 

50 

4 Festive, 29 

2 Fleldmate, (30) 

5 Fifty-thiee,by Vdocipede 

— Ctacker, 39 

3 Fire bolt, (3,) 6> 25 

S First Fruits, by Faugh-a- 
Baliagh, d. by Panta- 
loon — Basilisk, 32, 34, 
47 

2 Florence, (20) 

3 Flying Dutchwomati, The, 

89,(43) 

8 Fochabers, by The Em- 
peror — Reciprodty, 7, 
23, 24 

8 Forlorn Hope, (15) 

2 Fortis, (17) 

8 Fortuna, 3, (16,) 23» 33, 
43 

3 Fortunio, (19)) 45» 50 

3 IVance, (9,) (31, wrong 

nom»,) 38 

2 FrantiK, by Alarttk, dv by 

Mulatto — Lunacy, 10, 
11, 28, 32 

4 Fhinciscan, 29 

3 Freckle, 39, (42) 

2 Freedom, (4») 10, 21, 31, 

32, 50, 51 
2 Free Trader, The» 5, (19,) 

22,25,27,45,60 
2 By Fbbwet, f. — &ate 

Kearney, 8, 34 
■3 Frolicsome, (16,) 33, 35, 

35,37,38,38,^,43,48, 

8 Funny, (15,) 41 

•3 By OALAKTHin, ^>- Cast- 
away, 37 

•3 By Oalaor, t, — Pyrrha, 
39 48 ' 

3 'f. — Stephanie, 39 

•ft Galaxy, 3, ( 15,) 23, 25, 26, 
28,35,41,48,48 

^ Galileo, (12,) 33,42, 48 

>3 Galloper, (42) 



Age. 

2 Galvanism, (20) 

2 GalUmore, (19) 

3 Gamble, The, (13) 

3 By Gauxbov, R ■— Wasp, 

42 
3 Gamester, (14,) 48. 47 
2 Garibaldi, by Moss 

Trooper, (19,) 27, 45 

50 
2 by Gladiator, (18,) 

33, 44, 50 

2 _ by Gamel>0y, (46) 

3 Gav Lass, 3, (16) 
8 Geleon, (18) 

2 George IIL) 9, (19,) 22, 

25, 27, 30, 32. 

3 Georgev, by Sleight-of- 

hand", 48 
3 by Ibis> (14) 

2 Gerard, (8.) 18, 2iS 

4 GhiUie OiUum, 2, 7, 88, 

29 
4 Ghio,3, 7 

3 Gholab Singh, (14,) 47 

2 By Gibraltar, 0. — Sister 

to Gobbo (^Ik b.), 30 

3 By GinBBRT Gurnxy, Ow 

— Bcllis8ima,6 
3 c. — Famn, 19 

3 .»_ c. (dead) •» Queen 

of the Gipsies. 33 

2 twins (4ead)— Queen 

of the Gipsies, 30 

4 Giraffe, 29 
3 Girdle, (13) 

3 Ginevra, (1,) ]> 3, 6, 9, 
15,23,24,29,41 

3 Gipsy Boy, (12) 

4 Give'and-tak«,7 

4 By Gladiator, fL — Mar- 
chesina, 7 

4 f. — sister to Sweet- 
meat, 7 

2 Gleadhawk> (46) 
4 Gleam, 36 

3 Glendale, 1> 2, 3, 4> 4, 6, 

9, (16,) 23, 23. 23, 24, 

24, 27, 28, 28, 34, 35, 

40, 40, 42, 48 
3 Glendinning,(17,) 39, 43, 

49 
3 Glenhawk, 2, 3,<13,)29, 

41,47 • 

2 Glenluce, (8,) 10, 11, 11, 

21, 22, 26, 28, 40, 50 

3 Glenochty, 3, (15.) 25. 

26,41 

2 Gliihm«r, (43) 

3 By GoDoLPHiN, c» — So- 

phistry, 42 
2 Golden Age, The, (19,) 
45,63,62 

2 Golconda, (22) 

3 Goliah, 6, (15,) 33,34, 35, 

36,38,43,47 



Age. 

2 Governor, T!ie> (18,) 40, 

44, 50, 51 

3 GraciUa, (16,) 48 

8 Grand Duchess, by The 

Emperor, 49 
2 by Lanercost, (21,) 

40 

2 Grand Duke, The, (18,) 

40 

3 Grand Espoir, by Y. Etti* 

lius »*- Aspasle, 47 

2 Greengage, (8,) 10, 20, 25| 

26 
8 Grecian, 3, 4, (13.) 23, 86, 
47, 48 

3 Greenfield, (16) 

3 Grosvenor, 3, (14,) 42, 47 
3 Guardsman, (13,) 33,34, 

42, 47, 51 
2 Gujeent, (19,) 45, 50 

2 Gutpurba, (21,) 45 

3 Guy Mannering, (13) 

4 Iftibet, 7 

2 Hafed, 26, 40, (45) 

4 Halcyon, 37, 38 

2 Hampton, by Slane — 
Charlotte, by Liver- 
pool, 9 

2 Happy Joe, (27,) 35, 52 

4 Hardinge, 7 

2 By Harkaway, c. — 

Whim, 19, 50 

3 Harlequin, 33, 33, 38, (43) 

3 Harlequinade, (16) 

8 Harpsichord, 3, 4, 9, (12,) 
33,27,29,31,34,35,36, 
41,48 

4 Harry Bertiam. 29 

2 Rsrry Bluff, (19.) 45,60 

4 Harum-scarum (by Pan- 
taloon), 7 

3 Hatherton, (2,) 2, 3, 3, 3, 

6, 13,23,27,29,47 

2 Hautboy, (18,) 27, 34 

3 Hawksdale, (42) 

3 Hawthorn, 23, (42) 
3 Haay, (1,) 15, 31 
3 Heart of Oak, 34, (43,) 48 
3 Heirloom. 4, (16,) 35, 38, 
39 

2 Helen Faucit, (21,) 46 

3 Hengist,7,(13,)26,48 
3 Henrietta, (15,) 39 

3 Hemaudec, 1, 3, 5, (12,) 

24,26,36,41,47,47 

4 Heroine, The, 7 

3 By Heron, c. (dead) — ■ 
Countess of Lichfield, 
32, 52 

3 c. — Fairy, 51 

3 Hersehel, (25,) 27, 46, 49 

2 Hesperus, (8,) 11, 11, 17, 

22, 25, 26, 27, 30, 46, 49 

3 Re8seHomburg,3,9, (15.) 

23, 26, 28 



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XI 



2 »y Rrtman Platoff, 1. 

. — Barcelona, 21 , 44 
2. e., d. by Belshazsar, 

44 
2 f., d. by Blacklock, 

SI 44 

2 c, d. by Camel, 19 

2 f. — Infidelity, 21, 

44 

2 f., d. by Jereed, 44 

2 f. — Maid of Lone, 

- 8,20,26,37 
2- f. — Rackety Girls 

and Madame Wharton's 
' dam, 6, 21 

2 c. — Timbria, 7, 11 

4 c— Total Eclipse, 7, 

37 

2 -^ f. — Zebetta, 45 

3 Hexham, (13,') 40, 42 
3*Hibemian, (12) 
4,Hippia,7 
3 Hippojfriir, 6, (14) 
3 Hippolytus, 3, (13.) 26. 

^, 34, 36, 37, 47, 48, 48 
2 Hippopotamus. See Lncio 
2 Hirsuta, (4,) 5. 6, 8, 10, 

10,10,11,21,22.83,26, 

26. 32, 40, 51 
2»Horton Yates, (5,) 19, 22, 

27, 28, 30, 32 

2 Hot Cross Ban, 9, 10,(21) 

3 HothOTpe, by Cotherstone 

— Uljerty, 47 
3 HookemSniyvey, I, (12,) 

, 36,40,47,47 

2 Hugo, 6. 10, 10, 11, U, 
• (17.) 22, 26 

3 Hunsarian,The,bySleight- 

- of-Hand, d. by Richmond 
or Tancred, 47, 48 

4* Hardy -gordy girl, The, 37 
3 Hurry Scarry, 2, (16,) 26, 
28,28,29,39 

2 Hyacinth, (17.) 49 
2^Hymettas, (4,) 6, 8, 11, 17, 

22,25.25.26,2^30.46, 
« 4Q 

3 lanthe, (16.) 31, 32, 33 
»Ilex, 10, 10,11, II, 11.11, 

(18.) 22, 44, 49 

2 Imposition, bv Irish Bird- 
> catcher— Maria Monk, 

39 
2i Impromptn, by Red Deer 

— Extempore, 89 
3* Inearable, The, (17) 

3 Indiana, (l5) 
3 Ingratitade, (16) 
2 'By iNRxmiTOB, f. — Mora, 

22 
^ By low, f. rdead) — C!e- 
« mentina, 9 
2 f. — Christina, 20 



cj1psus,3,4,5,(13,)23,24, 

37.40,41,47 
3 Iracandaa, (12,) 29 
3 Irene, (15) 

2 Iresine, (45) 

3 Iris, 1. 4, 9, (16,) 24, 24, 
25, 28, 36, 36, 39, 42, 47 

3 Ischia, (16.) 39, 42, 48 

4 Italian, The, 36, 38 
4 Ithania, 37 
3 By Itbubikl, foal (dead), 

— Aspen, 33 

2 c. — - Brandy-snap, 46 

3 c. — Gipsy, 51 

2 c. — Gipsy, by Sir 

Hercules, 11 
2 f. — Lady Harriet, 21 

2 f. — Merry Lass, 46 

2 f. — Soreila's d., 21 

3 c— Soreila's d , 43, 52 

2 f. — Ukraine, 8, 20 

3 JaekLeeming,34,37,(430 

3 Jack Robinson, by Epirus, 

— Aliens, 47 
3 Jarnac, (42) 
3 By Jerrt c — Maid of 

Kent, 12 
3 Joe Kiddy, (42) 

2 Joe Miller, (18,) 22, 30 

3 By John o'Oaxtnt, f., d. 
(1838) by Bebhazzar, 39 

2 f. — Conspiracy, 5, 

20, «9, 52 

4 — — c. — Fanchon, 7 
3 c. — John Cesser's d., f 

33,34 

3 c, d. by Langar, 42 

3 c, d. by The Saddler, 

14 
4 John o'Groat, 2, 4, 28 

2 John of Leyden, (4,) 18 

3 Jubilee, (16) 
3 Juggernaut, 2, 2, (12.) 24, 

27.28,33,40,47 
3 Julia, 3, 4, 6, (16,) 28, 28. 

29,39,47,48,48 
3*Jus»-in-Ume, 33, (43) 

3 Kalonga, 6, (15,) 23, 37, 41 
2 Kate, 5, (21) 

4 Kathleen. 29 
6 Kestrel, 10, (20,) 40, 40, 43, 

49 
2*Killamey, (43.) 49 
3*By Kino Dan, c. — Johns- 
town L«9s, 47 
4*King of Oude. The, 2 
2 Kingfisher, (17,) 43,49 
2«King O'Neill, (45) 
2 Kin^ of Tramps. (20,) .45, 

2 Knavesmire Witch, (21,) 
46 



Age. 

4 Knight of Avenel, The. 2. 
36.38 

2 Knight of the Dee. (46) 

3 Knight of the Garter, The, 
(13.) 26 

2 Knight of the Shire, The. 
6, (17,) 30. 31 

3 Knight of the Thistle, The, 
6.J12.)24.28,29 

2 By Knioht of thb Whis- 
TLK. c. — Dirce, U, 25 

2 f. (dead) — Dirce, 11, 

25 

3 Knook KnoU, (14,) 23. 34. 
47.48 

3 Kossuth. 3. (14.) 34, 36, 

4«.', 47, 48 
3 By KRKMLiN.f.^ Evening 

SUr, 16, 39 

3 f. — Gaiety, 16 

3 c. — Glee, 14, 47 

3 Labyrinth. (13.) 38 

2 Lady Amyott, The, (20) 

4 Bountiful, The, 38 

2 Franklin. (44) 

3 of the Grove, by 

Worlaby Baylock, d. by 

Velocipede, 39 

2 Hesketh,(20) 

2 Isabel. (20) 

3 Jane, (15) 

3 Mowbray, by Nut- 

with — Snowflake, 34, 

35.39 
3 Stuart, by Kremlin — 

Potestas, 29 
3 of the Turf, 39, (43,) 

48 
4 Wild, 37, 

2 Lalage, (20) 

3 Lamartine. 3, 6, (14,) 23, 
29, 47, 48 

2 By Lanbrcost, c, d. by 
Bay Middleton, 22, 45 

2 f. — Bsleine, 32 

3 f. — Camelia, 32 

3 f. - Coflsack Maid, 44 

2 f. — Cytherea, 20 

8 c. — Easter, 40, 40, 43 

3 c. — Eborina, 42 

2 f. — Florentia. 45 

2 c. — Emerald. 10, 45 

2 . c. — Flash of Light- 
ning, 17, 31, 51 

2 c. — Flycatcher, 8 

3 f. — Garland, 16, 32, 

39,47,48 

3 f . — Golden Drop. 48 

2 f. — Jemima, 45 

2 c. — Japan. 18 

3 c. — La Belexxa, 13, 



- f. — Lobelia, 5, 21 

- c. — Miss Clifton, 48 



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Ily IjkNiBoona. — MiM 

Thonia«lii&,42, 48 
f.-ModMty,32,36» 



3 c, d. by Muley Mo- 
loch, 41 

2 c — Myrrha,49 

2 c. — Nannette^ 18 

2* c. — Oh Don't, 8, 17, 

22,26,43 

2 e. (d4%A) — OUve 

Oll,g 

2 f. — P^incen Alice, 

21 

2 f . — BdcUtade, SZ 

2 e. — Reel, 8, 11, 1», 

22,25,27,27,30,44,50 

3 f.. d. by The Saidln, 

15 

2 C ~ sia. to Sorella 

(Trick8y'8d.),21 

3 c (bro. to EUerdttle). 

d. by Tomboy, 13, 24, 
33,34,38»40»40,40»41, 
47,48 

2 c. — bvo. to Eller- 

dale, 22, 27.37,39,40, 
44, 49, 52 

2 • c. — Venua, 44 

3 c, d. (1842) by Vol- 
taire, 34, 36, 37, 47 

2 c — Zenobia, 18 

2 By Lankrcost, or Thx Ba- 

SDK, t — Zenana, 24, 
26 

3 By Lansrcobt or Rk- 

TEiEVKB, t — Phvaalis, 
1,],6,15,28>29,35.36, 
37,48 
2Lapidiit,5,(8,>U,19.27, 

4 LasB of Underley, The« 7 
2 f A Tempefta, (21) 

2 By Laukcblot, t — CM- 

llna,22,33,46 
8*— — c. (dead) — Flam- 
beau, 6 

3* c^ d. by Irish Bird- 

cfltoher — Helena, 6 

3 t, d, hj Langar or 

fimlgrant, 33 
3*By LAOifcBLor, c. — Ma- 
ria Day, 6 

2 c, d. by Pantaloon, 10 

3*— c. — Fenelope, 34 

3* ts, — Teresa,* 

3* f. — Virgin, 3« 

2 f. — Wedlock, 20, 22 

2 c — ZiUah,45 

2 Laanceletta, (20,) 39 

2 Lazarus, (19,) 45, SO 

3 Leading Article, The, 39, 

(42) 
3 Leap I Year, (14,) 28, 31, 



4Uather,38 
4 LeBeaa,7«29 
a LeJuit37 

2 Lens, 7, 11, (18.) 22, 26, 

44 49 

3 Leybttiiie, <1,) 3, 6, 23^ 



T" 



3Lightfiiot,(12,)34,47,i8 

2Undrick,<44) 

3 Lily, 39, (43,148 

3 Uttle Fawn, The,Cl7«) 33, 

36,39,43,48 

3 Hannah, (16.) 48 

2 Harry, 10, CH.) 25, 

28 

2 John, IL 11, (17) 

i liveimerc, <4A 8, 10* 19, 

25, 27, 50 
3 By Loadstone^ c — ^Whee- 

loek LaaB» 34, 51 
t 1 (sia. toEleetakky), 

— Boorton's d., 21 
2 L'Oiaeleatt, (46) 

2 Longbow, 7, (8,) 27, 30, 45, 

50 

3 Lord ByroiB^ 34^ 40^ (42,) 

3 deOrey,42 

3* Edward, 4, 4, 5, (13,) 

32,84,36,41,47 
2 of the Maaoi^ The, 

(19,) 33; 60 

3 Nelson. (ISL) 40, 42 

8*Loitgh Bawn,(12.) 33^34, 

41,46 , . 

3 Louis NaiioleoM, (14,) 2S, 

4 33.37738.42,48 

^ Louie, (16,) 38, 39, 42, 51 
3 Louisa, by Croesus — El- 

chos's d.. 37 
2 Lucifer, 33, (45) 
2 Lucia, 10, il,(l8»)26,aB, 

46 

2 Lunette, (21) 

3 Mabel, by Sit Heicales— 

D«arL29 
8 Macaw, The, by Pantaloon 

— Ten-pound-note, 23 
e Macedonian, (20) 

3 Madame Wharton, (16^) 

34,33, 39, 42, 48 

S (44) 

8 Maggy, (16,) 39 

2 Magnes, 3, (4,) fi^ 8, 11, 

17,23,25,26,27,30,32, 

40, 46, 49 

2 Magnetic, 6, (20) 

2*By Magpik, c — Ennui, 
45,46 

3 By Mabokm, e., d. by 

PbaMi{x,4l 
2 Maid of Lincoln, (51) 
8 of aU Wock, (16,) 38, 

38 



Age. 
3 Ml 



i^ 



ai dof the Mill, (i») 
- ot che Mountain, 
16.; 28^33, 36, 39, 4(^,, 
R,d2 
aidstoiia,(8^)ll,18,25, , 
26,28,30,31,44,49,51 
a Mnjor. Tha, (18^) 46, 46. 

60 
4 Maladroit, 38 
2 By Malcolk, f. -^ Denra- 
gttd. ;S00 The Bitch 

2 By Makoo, c — Ara- 

tkttfla(FerahiU'sd.),17, 

3 Manilla, by Faugha-Bal- 

2 Mangroye7(18) 

2 MMSiBird,34,(45.)51 \ 

2 Maria* (20,) 26, 31 

2 Marianna, (44) 

3 Marion, (16,) 23. 24, 84k 

3 Marlborough Back, TIm 

(14,) 41 
3*Marqttis, The, (49) 

3 Marquiaof Caribba8,(14.) 

47 
2 Martinet, by St. Martin 

— BlanUe,6,9, 11,11, 

2 Maaham, (18,) 44 
3*MMter Riehaid, 33, (43) 

4 Mayors, 7, 36, il 

2 May Blossom, (35) 

3 Mecklenbuigh,byTaania» 

d. by Phyncian,? 
2 Medusa, by Touchstona — 

PaMora,6 
8 By MiLBOUKKS, t -* 

Ninny, 15 

2 f» — La Femme 

Sage, 62 

3 f. — Rebecca, by 

Ishmael, 86^ 62 

2 c»— Sally Warfoot, 43 

8 c. — Vignette, 38 

8 Melita, I, 2, 3, (15,) 28» 

24,26,28 
2 Merry Bird, 33. 34, (51) 

2 Merry-go-round, (6), 7,26, 

28,35.36,40,46,^ 

3 Merry May, 05) 

2 By Mkbrt Monabch, c. 

— Bourra Tomacha. 17 
2 f. — Cestaa, 11. 11^ 

25 28 46 
3MerArP!»l.(l,)d,4,6,7> 
9, 15, 23, 24 

3 By MnAL, f.^Kltten, 39 

3 Meaico, 4, (16,) 26, 28.31 

4 Mickleton, 7, 36 

3 Midas, 1,2. 2, 3, 4, 6, 6,7. 
9, (12,),23. 24. 24.26^26. 
27,47^ 



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ft%dd!eUiorpe» (45) 

8 Mifpaoxme. SeePvmy 

4 Mndew,8,4,28 

3 Hin]u» (16)) 35 

d Minos, by Minottuir) dt by 

Y. Aug vstas) 1, 2 
8 By HiMoTAUBi fi — Et- 

menddft) 1, 1 

3 HGtaculotu, (41) 
8 Mirage, 6» (16) 
8 Mischief. (12) 

8 MisericordO) (4|) 5» 6^ 8> 

20,25»27,36,44 
8 Misemma^ ( 160 23) 25» 47» 

48 

4 Miss Dal^lefshi 37 

8 Plyaway,(17,) 35,89, 

4d»48 

3 I«th,39|41 

fi Giddyj (2C) 

2 Missing, (17) 
8 Missile, (15) 
8 Mr. Merryman) by t^anta- 

looni -— Pione, 23| 32» 

34, 47, 48 
8 MoloesQS) 12 
8 Mona'sPdde, byJoiaVille 

— All-Kmnd-my*bat> 48 
4 Monima, 9 
2 Monk, The, (17) 
8 MoolraJ, (130 40) 42» 47» 

. 48 
8 Mooltant (13,) 40» 42| 47» 

48 
2 By MobrzAg StaB) ft — 

Itadiana«35 
4 Mouiitaineerf29 
8 By MuLiT MOLOCE) f. 

(dead) - Layla. 29 
2 Moontain Fldwer, (45) 
3.Mungo,(l40a9»47 

z NAbobj "niJrcS)) n» 11, 

19,25i27|90 
a*lVani!y, by lAdneettt — 

Camilla, 6 

8 by Pompey, 37, (41) 

lNapauk.4,6,W4) 

8 Naphlhft, by The Nob, 1, 

8 Naptha, by Slane, 6, 9, 

2 Narvaes* See Otando 
4 Narbonnti£ 7 
8 Naughty Tommy, 35, (41) 
8 Neasliam, (14,) 88, 43 
2 Needle, (20,) »7, 84, 45 
8 New Forest Bnck, (15) 
8 Nijwman Noggs, (14,) 84, 

36,42, 46, & 
8 Newminster, 2, 3, (14.) 28, 

24, 33, 34, 37, 38, 40| 42^ 

47,- 48 
' a Newton Boy, (42) 
8 Niagan, (43) 



A|te. 

8 Nieotiana, by Quid — 

Mpeedwetl, 39, 46,48 
4NlggervThe,2,7 
8 Nineveh, (2,) 6, 17 
3 By Tttx Nos, ft (d«ad>- 

Chadlin^n Maid, 1 
3 .d«^ e»— S1S4 to Canadian 

(3 wrong iiom») 
2 Ck (bro. to the Gtont) 

— Corinna^ See ChovK 

kins. 

2 ——ft— Premature, 11 

3 Nondescript, 2, 2, 6, (13,) 

27,36,47,48,49 
2 Norham, (190 22, 24, 25, 

27,45,46)80 
2 Northman (late Lavolta) 

(18,) 44 
8 Norton, (140 47 
2 Nun, The, 6, (8,) 11, S3, 

25 

2 Nut, (450 A> 

4 Nntbrowa,7 
4 Natciacker»3 

2 (170 44 

4Nathatdi,25,29 
4 Nutshell, 2, 4, 25 

3 Nydia(lateC^ttllMiIoiO,by 

Voltaire— Maria Monk 
37,38 

2 Ocean Mona»cfa,thi«> (190 

45,50 
2 ObUVia, (21) 

2 Odd Fellow, (18,) 27, 40, 

50 

4 Offidous, 2, 26 

3 By Old ENdLAin>, ft — 

Croppy, 81 

3 c— Nitocris,9, 14 

2 — c» — Sdenee, by De- 
fence, 5« 5. 18,82, 30, 49 

2 Old English Oak. The, 

(18.) 50 

3 Old Balph Bum. (140 47 
3 Oleander, 1 , S^3, 5. 9, (120 

27,34,41,47,48,48 

2 Olive Biftnch, (8) 

3 Olivia, 3, (15) 

3 Olympian, hy Eptrus, d. 
by Velocipede, 8, 26, 27, 
S9, 35, 40, 47, 48 

8 0&yz,47,48 
2 Orelio, (19) 

9 By Oblaitdo, ft (dead)— 

Blaekbiid,31 
S f,, d. (aariasa's dO, 

by Olenooe, 5, 20 
2 ft — Elopement, 4, 5, 

6,6, 10, 11,20,22,26, 

43,46 
2 ...— c«— Groasamer, 4i 5, 6, 

10,11,17,22,26,30,48, 

46,49 
2 -i... ct— Maid of Avon, 50 



Xiii 

f ORtAKno, Ck — Blaii' 

bran, 8, 8, 

11,19 
2 -^— Ck, di by Nteodator, 

(h4b»)51 
2 — c» — The Prfnois^S) 

17,22,25,96,30,43,49 
2 ^.^ ft (dead)— The Fkin^ 

8 OiSl. (120 24» 84, 85» 

2 Ostrich, (45) 

2 Ovando (lat6 Narvarn) 6, 

10,(19045,50 

3 Paddy Wliack, by Aocl- 

dtat, d.'a ped. unkni, 

84,47 
3 Paliheres, by The Little 

Known^ (Sdud)r*ad;,88i 

39 
8 Palmerston, 3, (140 38, 

40,47,48 

8 Fandemus, (12,) 23, 23, 

34,36,38,40,47,47,52 
3 Piuidora, 4, (16,) 27, 28, 47 

2 By PANTALooit, Ct— Black 

Bess, 8, 11, 17, 43, 49 

3 — ft — Oam^ollower 

(Fugleman's dC) 16 

4 Ci— Industry^ 29 

2 ft— Lobelia (50 wrong 

nolnO 
9 c»— Phryne, 5, 8, 19, 

27 
2 ct—Potcstas, 30 

2 — ft— Ten Bound Note, 8 

3 -'—ft— Virago, 1,6 

3 I^ir^oric, by Arundel — 

Arsenic, 9 

4 PkrUde, 38 

3 Partridge, the, (14,) 83| 

31,31,41 
2Paaence,(20044 

9 PaviUon,4, (12,) 93, 31, 31, 

3 Fkymtei, (1,) 6, 15, 29, 38 
2 Peacock. Vd,) 19, 27 
2 Peeping Tom, (350 48^ 49 
2 Pelopidas, 5. (170 35, 26» 
32,37,87.44,46,49,52 
2 Ftoniston, (43.) 49 
2 Peppermint, (180 45 
3Ferftme,(16,)47 

2 Peter Simple, (44) 
8PetLltitib,(16,)39,48 

8 Peter the Great, (18,) 40, 

42,47 

9 Phantom. (19) 

3 FhllanthropfBt,Tbe,6,(I4) 
2 By Pblkgoh. ft (dead)-* 

Amaryllis, 5, 5 
2 c— Marfaiella, 6. 19 



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INDEX TO NOMINATIONS 



Age. 

3 Phlegethon 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 

(12.) 23, 23, 24, 24, 26, 

29,47 
3 FhytiGian. by The Doctor, 

—The Lad y of Gilsland, 

37,47 
3 By PxCASooN, c. —Polka, 

43 
3 Picoreur, (42) 

3 Pierre de Toache, (14,) 36. 

47,52 

2 Pimento, by Arundel — 

Arsenic, 5 
• 3 Pinch, (16,) 39 

4 Pitsford, 37, 38 

3 By Plekipo, c. — Amima, 

(1,) 1,3,4,6,7,12,23, 
'24,26 

5 -^— f.— Macremma. See 

Ambassadress 

2 Plot, (21) 

4 Ploughshare, 7 

3 Plush, (1.) 6, 15 

4 Podasokas, 36 

3 Podarca,by Jerry— Teleta, 

6 

4 Pomegranate, 7 

2 Poodle, 6, 5, (8,) 17, 26 

3 Potent (dead) (1,) 4, 5, 9. 

12,23,24.26,37,41,48, 
49 

4 Pontifez, 3, 7, 25 

3 By PotJssiN, c— Scotia, 38 
3 Predilection, (13) 
3 Prestige, 6, (16,) 39 
3 Plresto, (140 33, 37, 38, 42 

2 Priam the Third, (51) 

3 Prima Donna, 3,(15) 

3 Prime Minister, The, (13,) 

32, 33, 47, 49, 51 
3 Primitious,3, 6, (12,) 47 

2 Prince Rupert, (18,) 30, 

31 

3 Princess Emilia, 35 

4 Rrior of Lanercost, The, 37 

3 By PBIiiFIOHTEB, c. — 

Mowerina (6 wrong 
nom.) 

4 Probity, 7, 36 

2 Pk phet. The, (4,) 10, 17, 
2o 44 46 

2 Protection, (8,) 10, 10, 11, 

20, 22, 25, 25, 26, 28 

3 Protectionist, by Tory Boy 

— Theano, 48 

4 Puddler, The, 7 

3 Pussy (late Mignonne) 4, 
6, (16,) 24, 2b 

3 Quadroon, by St. Martin, 
—The Maid, 35, 39 

3 Queen Bee. (16.) 20, 33, 

33,34,35,42,47 

4 Rabelais, 3 



Age. 

2 Ramery,(27) 
4 Ranger, 29 

3 RAra Avis, (16) 

3 By Ratan, f. — Celeste, 
33,51 

2 — — f., d. by Melbourne, 

10,21 
4 c. —Sunset, 38 

3 Reaper, The, by Cother> 

stone — The Gleaner 34, 
35,47,48 

3 By Rkd Dkxr, g. — Emi- 
lia, 39 

3 f. — Ptocunia, 38 

3 c. — Persian, 42 

2 Redwing, (21) 



Castaside, 24 

2 Republic, The, (49) 
4*By RxTBisvsR,f. — Gruis- 

keen Lawn, 7 

4 Rhedycina, 29 

3 Ricaidos de Pickbume, 

(13,) 41, 47, 48 

5 Richard Primmer, (18,) 44 
3 Rifle, (14,) 42 

3 Riogleader, The, 33, 33, 

3 Robert de Vallibus, (12) 
3 Roman, by Emilius (12,) 
38, 47, 48 

3 Roman, The (late Burton 

Pidsea), by Pompey, 

37,(41) 
2 Rosary (8,) 10, 10, 11,17, 

20,22,26,30,49 
4*Ru8sborough, 7 

4 Bybinska,7, 36 

2 Sabra, (20) 

2 Sackbut, (17,) 32, 40, 49 
4 Sacrifice, 38 
2 Safety, (8,) 9, 10 
2 St. Alban, 10, 11, (18,) 
44,50 

2 — Andrew, (19) 

4 — Edmund (dead), 29 

3 — Etienne, by Emilius or 

Clarion — Miss Martin, 
38 

2 By St. Francis, f. — Pri- 

oress, 32 
3 f. — Taurina, 1, 1, 5 

4 St. George, 7, 37 

3 — Hilda, by Lanercost — 

Aveline, 34, 39 
2 By St. Lawkenc^, c. — 

Parching Candle, 26 
2 f. — Killie Krankie, 

22 
2 By St. Maetiw, f. — Aml- 

ma (8, wrong nom.), LO. 

11,20 



■Age. 

3 By St. Mabtin, c. — Bess, 

13,42 
2 ' c. — Camera Obscara. 

See Lens 
2 f. — Macremma, 10, 

10,20 
2 c. — Mecca, 4, 5, 6, 

9,10,11,18,32 

3 c— Madelina, 13, 42 

3 f. — Messalina, 16 

2 f.— MeasaUna, 21 

S f. — Scarf, 11, 20 

2 f. — Silistria. See 

The Nun 

9 f. — Toga, 4, 5, 8, 10, 

10, 20, 32. 49 

3 c, d. by Tomboy 

(h. b.), 33 

2 St. Michael, by Delirium 

— Hope, by M. Moloch, 
46 

3 Salvage, by Envoy — 

Commerce, 6, 11 

4 Sampler, 7 

2 San Benito, (19) 

3 Santiago, by St. Francis — 

Monoeda, 2, 3, 4, 4, 5 

3 Sardonyx, (12,) 42 
2 Saredon, (19) 

4 Satire, 29 

2 SaviUe, (4§,) 51 

3 Sawdon. (14.) 50 

3 Saxon, The, (12,) 42, 46 
3 Scandal, 6» 9, (14.) 16,83, 
' 24,28,29 



Charles 
XIJ. — Fury, '39 

2 Scourge, 21, 52 

3 Scrope,(15) 

4 ByScoTAKi,f.— Elegancb.7 
3 By S<A HoBSB, c. — Prin- 
cess. 33 

3 Seaman (J 2), 23 

3 Seccatura, 5, (8,) SO 

4 Sea Serpent, 7 
4 Seneca, 25 

3 Sensitive (dead), 9, 25, 

36,42 
3 Sepulchre, (16) 

3 Serpentine, The, (1,) 6, 

14,29 

4 Sergius, 7, 29 

2 Serrano, (19,) 45, 50 

3 Serus, (14,) 33 

3 Setter, The, by The Caster 

— Quid's dam, 34, 48 

4 Shadwell,37 

2 Shagram, by Lanercost — 

Miss Martin, 52 

3 By Shambock, c. — The 

Era, 32 
2 Sheltie, The, 23, (30,) 37, 
89,44 



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3 Sh<r 



3~Show6irl»(3,)6 

2 Showman, (19,) 82, 27, 50 
4 Sicyon, 7 

4 Sidas, 7 

3 Signal, by Tlie E. of the 

Whistle, — Newport'a 

dam, 28 
3 Silence, by Melboorne^ — 

Secret, 31 
3 By Simoom, f. (Sis. to Wa- 

nota) — Cassandra, 15, 

47,48 
3 c. — Lady Caroline, 

12,35 
2 c. (bro. to Shylock) 

— The Queen, 11 

2 Sir G. Napier, (45,) $0 

3 Sir Felix, (12,) 47 

3 By Sib Hebcdlxs, c. — 

Adela,13,29 

4 — f. — Arethnsa, 7 

5 c. — Empress, 18, 31 

3 c. (dead) — Factory 

Girl, 13 

4 c. — Heisey, 7 

3 c. — Lantern, 19 

3 c. — Miss Letty, 13, 

29 
2- 



— c. — Miss Letty, 8, 

18, 25, 30, 31 
8 c. — Miss Tonchet, 

14 

2 c. — Odessa, 8, 18,25 

4 f. — Passion, 29 

2 c. — Splitvote. See 

The Knight of the Shire 

2 c. — Testy, 8 

2 c. — Zebra, 18, 31 

2 Sir John, (30,) 31 

2 Sir John Barleycorn, (18,) 

50 

2 Sir John I^nkUn, (18,) 

44 

3 Sir Rowland Trenchard, 

(14,) 26, 34, 40, 47, 48 
2 Sir St. Vincent, (9) 
2 Sir William Harpur, (18,) 

30 



4 Sisyphus, 7 
3 BySLi 



3 By Slahk, f. — Blanchle, 

2 d. (1838) by Camel, 

18 

2 c. — Charlotte, 17 

4 f. — Exotic, T 

2 f.— (Brinffton'8d.)by 

Glencoe — Alea, 8, 9 

3 c. — Odessa, 3, 13 

3 f. — Palmyra, (I,) 6, 

16,26 

2 f. —Pelerine, 6, 51 

S c. — Pergularia, 8 

3 f. — Pet, 29 

2 f. (sis. to Naphtha),-. 

Iodine's d.,5,^ 8,21 



Age< 

2 By Slawk^c.— Southdown 



(Alarm's d.), 4. 11, 18, 

25, 26, 27, 31, 46, 49 
2 —— f. (sis. to Conyng- 

ham), d. by Whisker, 6, 

21 
2 f. - Virginia, 8. 11, 

21,31 

2 By Slxioht of Hand, c. 

— Belle Dame. 49 

3 f. — Ellen, 42 

3 1, — Mountain Daisy, 

33 
3 f. — Queen of Car- 
thage, 33 

3 Slipshod, (43) 

2 Snarler, (18,) 22, 27, 39, 

44, dO 

3 Sneer, 1, (15,) 41 

2 Snowdrop, (21) 

3 Solomon, 34, (41) 
', 18, 51 



3 Songster, (4,) 5^ 

2 isongstress, (il,) 22, 37, 37, 
39, 45, 50 

2 Sophistry, by Ion — Sci- 
ence, by Euclid, 11 

2 Sophistry, by Theon — 
Bettina, 10, (21) 

3 Souffle, by Vol-au- Vent, d. 
by B. Middleton, 40 

3 By Spanish Jack, f. — 
Combat's d. (h.b.), 81, 
45 

2 Speed, (27) 

3 Sperm-light, by B. Mid- 

dleton, — Extra, 39 

2 Sphynx, The, (8,) 25 

4 Spikenard, 7, 23, 25, 29 

3 Spread Eagle, (13) 

2 Sprig of Shillelali, The, 

(44) 

3 Squaw, The, 2, 3, (15,) 27, 

28, 28, 29, 39 
By The Squibe, f. — Por- 
tion, 39 

2 f., d. by Whisker 

(Joinyille'sd.),39 

3 Stafford, (14,) 34 

2 Stag, The, (8,) U, 27, 28, 

3 SUplefield, (14,) 23 
2 Stapleton, (19) 

I, by I( 
Ambition, 2 

4 Stingo, 7 

2 Stockwell, 11, (18,) 44, 

49 

4 Stockbridge Back, The, 29 

3 Storm, 2, 3, 4, (14,) 24, 26, 

36,40,42,47,48 

5 Stiatagem,(19,)22,30,37, 

45, 50, 51 

4 Sugar-cane (dead), 36, 38 
2 Saigeyby Envoy— Billow, 

11 



Age. 

2 Surveyor, The, (17,) 52 
2 Susan, 10, (SO,) 37, 30» 50 
4 Sweetheart, 29 

2 Sweet Pea, (20,) 43 

3 Swing, 42 

3 Taghman, 34. 35 

2 Tantalus, (9) 

3«By TxABAWAT, c, d. by • 

Alcaston. 14 
2* c. — Anna Maria, 18, 

50 

2» 1— BUckArt,35 

2* c. (bro. to Rnssbo- 

rough ) — Cruiskeen, 19 
4* c. (bro. to Dough) — 

Brandy Bet, 7 

3* f. — Old Stock, 15 

3* c — Bathmine's d. 

14 
3* c. — Winter, 47 

3 Teddington. 2,4, (13,) 23, 

31, 33, 49 
3 By TELXMACHUB,f. —Re- 
becca, 50 

2 By TxLEMACHUS or Vebv- 

LAM, c» — Jennala, 44, 
50 

3 Telescope, 12 

3 Terpsichore, (15) 

3 Tessera, by Cotherstone, 

d. by Glencoe, 83, 29 

4 Thackeray, 38 

2 Themistoclea, (17,) 32» 50 
2 Theodine, 10, (19) 

2 By Thxon, f. — Bettina. 
See Sophistry 

3 f. — Coimbra, 39 

3 c. — Crenoline, 6 

2 By Thobn, o. — Hydran- 

gea, 5, 7, 26, 30, 44 
8 —— c. — Rebecca, by 
Comus, 18, 22 

— f. — Red Tape, 22 

3 By Theon or Amobino, c. 

— Hannah, 6 

3 Theorem, 9,06,) 24, 39, 

41 
3 Theseus. (13) 
3 Thickthorn, (13) 

3 By Thistlkwhippeb, f., 

d. (1840), by Cain, 31 

3 f. (sister to Bush- 
ranger) — Australia, 15, 
29 

4 c. — Soldier's Joy, 

29 

2 c. — Soldier's Joy, 10, 

30 

4 Thistledown, 29 
3*Third of May, 36, (49) 

2 Thunder, (44) 
3*Thunderbolt, (13,) 34, 35, 

36,37,41,47 

3 Tightwaist, 35, 37> 39, 

(41) 

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SThnotbens, (41) 

4 Timothy, 36 

2 Tomato, (17) 

4 Tomboy, 3 

8 Tom Holtby, 33, 38, (42) 

2 Tom Punch, (17») 44 
4 Torpor. 2 

3 By Tory Bot, f. — Mam- 

lel Ots, 16 
3 Touch-me-not, (2,) 6, 14, 
17 

2 By TouoHSTONX, eS — 

GampfbUower (Fugle- 
man^ d.), 19, 45, 50 

2 f. — (Cheshire Witch, 

10. 18. 20, 25, 44 

2 f., d. by Colwick, 21, 

2 c. — Cuckoo, 10, 10, 

19, 22, 25, 25, 27. 28, 
80,31,31,50,51 

3 _ c. — EUipsU, 1. 2, 4, 

12, 24, 27, 41 

2 f. (sis. toHatherton) 

— Event, 4, 21, 22,25, 
50 

2 f. — Heiwy, 8, 21. 

25 

2 c. — Udy Mary, 10, 

11,19,45,46,51 
2 f — Lady Sarah, 11, 

21,45 

3 c. (dead) — Miss 

Slick, (13) 

3 c— Mountain Sylph, 

2, 3, 5, 14. 26, 34, 36, 
40,47.48 

3 f. — Princess Alice, 

16, 34, 34, 35. 52 

2 c— Queen ofBeauty, 

19,45 

3 1, (dead) — Soldier's 

Daughter, (2.) 23, 24, 
26, ^, 29, 3H, 42 

3 Tout, The, (late Staple- 
grove), (13,) 40, 43, 46 

3 Tragedian, OS) 

2 Tramp, (18^ 44 

3 Trapper, The, by Laner- 

coet — sis. to Canadian, 
2, 23. 24 
2 Travesty, (21 

2 Tremble, (20' 

3 Trick, (16,) S 
3 Trickstren, by Sleirht of* 

hand, d. by Belanaziar, 
4,35,37,48 
3 1>inidad, (42) 

2 Trinket, by The Nob — 

Ftemature, 10 

3 Trochee, by Venison — 

Uiona, 29 
3 By Tbitkbot, c. — Lady 
Paramount, 33, 35, 3c» 
41, 47 



mBftX TO NOMINAnONS. 



Age. 
2By 



ly Trubbot. f. — MiM 
Lydia, 37, 43 
3—0. — My Pet, 41, 51 

3 e. — Parasina. 14, 34 

41 

2 Trousseau. (21,) 83,40,56 

3 Tmelove, by Emilius or 

Trueboy — Themis, 33 
3 Trunnion, (13,) 41 

3 Turpentine, 38, (41,) 47 
3Turtle,4, (15,)26, 26,87 
8Twin.T1»e,(42) 

2*By The Uoly Buck, c. — 
Sister to Johnny, 19 

4 UkW Doe, The, 7, 29 
3 mtimus,(15) 

3 Unity, by Anti^Repealer 

— Tiibitha Bramble, 39 

2 Urania, (20,) 22, 49 

5 Uriel, 2 

4 Utiecht, 7 

3 Vagabond, 4, 6, (12,) 28, 46 

4 Varentine,7.29 

3 Valentine, by Venison — 
Proserpine, 29 

2 Valentine's Day, (^46,) 51 

3 By Valkntissimo, f. — 

Jenny Jones, 17 
3 Vanity, (16,) 23, 29 

2 Varmint, The, (17,) 39, 44, 

49 

3 By VzLocipKDt, c. —Alba- 

tross, 37, 38, 42 

3 — — c— Lady Geraldine, 

13,23,24 
2 By Vkwtsoh, c. — Arethu- 
sa. See George III. 

2 . c. — Birthday, 11, 19, 

22, 27. 27, 30, 35 
2 c. — Breastgirth, 4. 

18,22 

2 f. — Dauntleas,|6, 20 

8 f., d. by Defence, 31 

8 f. — (sis. to Miami) 

— Diversion, (1,) 15, 23, 
24,89 

2 c. — Glee, 19. 30 

3 c. — Haitoe, 13 

3 f. — Lady Sale, 1 

4 — c. — Magdalene, 38 

3 — c. — Marpessa. 1 

3 c. — Nora Crelna, 29 

2 c— Passion, 9, 30. 31 

2 e. — Queen Anne, 6, 

10,19,30 

2 f. — Sister to JEk^ 31 

2 f. (sister to Red Hart) 

— SoidieT's Daughter, 8, 
10,21,22,27,32,45 

2 f.— Wedding-day, 22 

3 f. —Witticism. 16, 29 

2 Veracity, (20,) 22, 87, 37 

4 Verderer. The, 29 



3^eRnatii,4^ 9. (19,)23,24, 

88,34,35,36,39,40,41, 

48,48 
2 By Verulam, c— Abigail, 

18,44,50 
2 -^ c. — The Hind, 18, 

44 50 
2 -— 'c. — Jennala (18, 

wrong nom.) 

2 c. ^ Makeless, 17, 48 

2 — — f. — Margery, 21 
2 c — Morsel. SeeSt, 

Alban 
2 '•^— f .— Quadroon, 20, 21 
2 " — c— Wiasma, 17, 26, 49 
24SyVKKVi.AM oi Ahnaji- 

BAI.K, c. — Legend, 44 

2 Vision, 40, (51) 
4 Visite, 7 

3 Vivandiftre, by Voltaire — 

Martha Lynn, 35, 36, 
87, 39, 47, 48 

4 fly VoLTAiRK, c. — Exe- 

cutrix, 36. 38 
2 Volusia, (20) 

2 Vortex, (17,) 45, 46, 50 

4 WaIUoe,38 
»*Wanton, (17,) 39 

3 Warmate, (13^ 

4 Wayfarer, 29, 

4 WeMon, 33 
4 Welshman, The, 36, 38 
4 West Indian, 29 
3*Whiff, (14,) 36, 47 
4 Wliim,37,38 

3 Whisper, C15) 

a Wideawake, (19.) 22, 30, 
33,37,40,45,50,51 

4 William the Conqueror, 2, 

7,25.88 

2 Wingenund. (8,) 10. 11, 

19,22,27,27,46,46,50 

3 Wish, (15,) 35, 39, 41 

4 Witchcraft, 36 

3 Worcester, (41) ' 

3 Wrangler, The, (43) 

2 Xflviophon. (20,) 46 
a XX, (16,) 20, 47 

4 Taller OaX, The, 38 

2 Young Hammond, (18,) 

46,51 
2- — Hawthorn, (19,) 27, 

30,37,40,45,50 

2 By;YovKoLoci|mvAR,f.— 

Madcap's d., 6, 11, 28 

3 By Y. Priam, c. d. by Bo- 

badil,43 
2 c — y. Tiffany, 33 

4Zadoc,8,7 



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INDEX TO IRISH NOMINATIONS. 



3 By Apollo, c. — Lcuiaa's 
d.,54 

« BaUinaflu],53 

9 Bewick, (56,) 58 

3 B7 BiBDflATCHn, f. — 

Giroej55 
8 f. (outer to Ballinr 

keele) — PterdiU,53,54, 

3 BlaeBlAies:(dead),(55) 
2BfMt,(58) 

2 Buff and Blue, 53 

4 BiiUion,53 

4 Captain Grant, 53, 54 

5 Chief Baron, 53, 54 

3 Chaseaway, 53, 54 (55) 

4 Chatterbox, 53, 54 

2 Chitchat, (56), 56, 56, 57, 
58,58 

2 Collier, 58 

4 Conveyer, 54 

3 Coquette, (55) 

2 By CORBANMA, c. — 

Drudge, 57 

2 f. - Melody,, 55, 68 

3 o. — Monica, 53, 54 

2 - ■— c. — Mon ica, 56, 57, 

58 
2 f. — Peidita, 54,56, 

56,56,57,67,58,58 

3 0. — RedRoie,55,55 

2 c — Red Row, 56, 55, 

56, 56, 56, 56, 67, 58, 

68 
3 f. — Vaudeville, 56, 

65 
2 c— Vaudeville, 55 

3 Connten, The, 53, (55) 

2 By C&KacxMT, e. — Ellen, 

66,68 
2 f. — Lodola, 55, 58 

2 Dismay, (54,) 56, 67. 67 

3 Doctor Wood, 54 

6 Dough, 53, 54 

6 Dac-an*Duira8, 53, 54 

4 Earl of Warwick, The, 63, 

54 
3 Bv EHXLitra, c — Hecate, 
54 

3 Finance. (55) 

3 Flame, (56) 

2 By Fbknzt, c. — Fire, 66» 

57 
2 f. (8i«. to Wolf-dog) 

— lK>ra,58 

GAI.TIMORK, (56), 67, 58 



Age. 

& By Habkawat, f. — 

Fanny K«nble,56 
2 — — c. — Iron-mould, 66 
2 — Puss, 56, 56, 56. 

56. 56, 58, 96 

2 -— f. ^- Remnant, 65, 

56,58 

3 f.,d.byRu«t,54 

2 f. -Victoria, 65,57, 

58 

4 Independence, 6S 

2 Indian Warrior, (54.) 56, 

56,56,57,57,58,58 

3 Ireland's Glory, by King 

Dan, d. by Recovery, 
63 

3 Johnstown, by Tearaway 
or Polish — Maid of 
Erin's d., 53 

3 Kick-up-the-Dust, by Star 
of Erin, d. by Tearaway, 
53,54 

2 Killamey 54, (57.) 58 

2 King O'Neill, (56) 

3 By Lakbboost, f. — Ca- 

melia, 53, 54 

4 Larrv's-the-lad, 53 

2 By Launcxlot, f. — The 
Cook, 54, 56, 57, 58 

a Lethargy, 53 

4 UtUe George, 53, 54 

8 Lord Edward, 53, 54,(55) 

6 Lord George, 54 

2 By Lothario, f. — Fu- 
yard.54,56,57,58,58 

2 — — c. — Bantam's d., 55, 

58 
2 f. — Moleskin, 58 

3 Lurcher, 53, 56 

2 By Magpix, c. — Alle- 

grette, 55 
2 f., d. by Troilus or 

Economist, 67 

2 c — Ennui, 56, 56, 57 

2 f. — Flighty, 56, 56, 

57, 58, 58 

2 c. — Lady Harkaway, 

56,58 

2 c. — Pheasant, 57 

2 c. — Tickle my 

Fancy (h.b.), 56, 58 
2 f., d. by Bran, 56 

2 f. — Veneer, 57 

3 Marquis, The, by Bird- 

catcher — Ellen, 54 
3 Marquis of Carribas, 53, 
53,54.(55) 



Affe. 

2 Matilda, (64,) 66, 67, 68, 
56 

2 May Blossom, (55,) 56 
8 May Day, 54 

8 Merchant of Venice, by 

Slinge, — Corinda, 64 
4 Modesty, 58 

3 By MoNTRtAL, c. — Siiter 

to Broad wath 
2 MoyoU, (67) 



2ByNA]>nK,r.~l 

Vestris, 64. 57 
2 By Napibb or Fbbnxt, e. 

— Annie, 57 

2 f. — Gramachxee, 64 

67 
2 Nonrmahal. (54,) 55, 56, 

57, 57, 68, 58 

2 Piquet, (56) 

2 By Polish, c. — Dance- 
away, 68 

2 — f. — Harmony. 57 

2 f. — Recluse, 54, 55. 

66, 56, 57 

2 Bedmond O'Hanlon, (56,) 
58 

2 By RZTBIKVEB, f. — 

Echidna, 56, 56, 58, 58, 
58 
4 Remunerator, 63 

3 Ringleader, by The Dean, 

— Fieldfare, 54 

2 Robber's Daughter, Tlie. 

(56,) 56, 57, 53 

3 Rodolph, by Tearaway — 

Cleopatra!54 
3 Roller, by Birdcatcher — 
Julia, 53, 54, 64 

2 Sam Grey, (56) 

2 By Ska Hobsb, c. — Alba, 

55,57 

2 1 — White Rose, 56» 

57 

3 Shan Van Vocht, 53, 54, 

(55) 
2 By Simoom, c, d. by Bus- 
sard, 57 

2 c. — The Queen, 57 

2 Split-the-Wind,(55,)58 

2 Talavera, (57) 

3 Tancred, by Tearaway — 

Bossorah, 54 
2 By Tbabawat, c. (bro. 

to King of Kildare) — 

Anna Maria, 56, 56, 56, 

57, 57, 58 
3 c, d. by Alcaston, 56 



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Affe. 

2 By T«ABAWAT, c. — Blaek 

Art. 57 

3 c.,d.byByron,53,54 

2 c. (brother to Rn»- 

boioagh) — Cruiskeen, 

57,58 
2 — — c. — Prince George's 

dam, 57 
3 c. — Rathmine'i d., 

63 
4 f. — Zulima, 63 

2 Thunder, (55.) 53, 56, 57 

3 Thunderbolt, by Small- 

hopea — Murtard, 63, 54 



ite, by Seahorse — 

Alba. 54 
2 By U©LT Buck, c, d. bv 

Birdcatcher, 57, 58 

2 f. _ Camilla, 57, 68 

2 f. — Helena, 57 

2 c. — Lady Gay, 57 

2 f. — Medea, 57 

2 f. — Miss Foote, 67, 

58 
2 —— c— Sister to Johnny, 

54, (55,) 56, 56, 66, 57, 

58 
2 c. -r Sylph, 67 



By UoLT BvcK, c 
Teresa, 57, 58 



^ Unity, by Anti-Repealer— 
Tabitha Bramble, 54 

3 Wanton, 53 

2 War.hawk,(55,")57 

2 Wee Orphan, iTie, (54,) 

56, 67, 58 

3 Whiff, 54, (56) 

3 White Garter, (55) 
2 Winifred, (56,) 56, 57 



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NEWMARKET. 

ILord STANLEY, Lord GLASGOW, and Colonel PEEL— Stew Anns. 
Hr.WBATHKBBT, Keeper ofthe Match Book ; Mr.CLARK.Jud^e; Mr. Hibbubd, Starter 

CRAVEN MEETING, 1851. 

MONDAY, April 7.— Sweepstakes of 60 sov. each, for three year old colts, 8st. 71b. 
R.M.— 7 subs. 

Sir R. Pigofs br. c. by Faugh-a-Ballagh, d. 

by Bran, oat of Active 
Ld Stradbroke's b, c. by ■Veiiiaon, out of 



D of Bedford's ch. fj. Bargeman 
Isd Clifden's b. c. Oleander 
Ld Exeter's ch. c. Midas 
■ ch. c. Brunnow 



SwKEPSTAKES of 50 SOV. each^ 

allowed, &c. D.M.— 7 snbs. 
D of Bedford's ch. by St. Francis, out of 

Taurina (81b.). 
Ld Clifden's b. Coticula 
Ld Exeter's b. Melita 



Marpessa 
Mr Watt's b. c. Scapulary 
ft. for three year old fillies, 8st. 71b. ; 31b. and 5lb. 



Ld Glasgow's ro. by Lanercost or Re 
triever, out of Phvsalis (31b.) 
ll<.) 



Mr Greville's br. Oinevra (blh. 
Ld Stanley's ch. Iris (31b.) 
Mr S. Stanley's ch.by Pantaloon— Virag«» 
TUESDAY.— The Eiohteknth TtjESDAY's Riddleswobth of 200 sov. each, h. ft., for 

three year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies 8st. 41b.; Slb.andSlb. allowed, &c. D.M.— 

8 subs. 



Col Anson's br. c. Hemandsz 

D of Bedford's b. f. by Minotaur, out of 

Esmeralda QSlb.) 
Mr. Combe's br. f. Naphtha (31b.) 

-ch. f. (dead) by The Nob, out of 



Ld Exeter's br. c. by Plenipotentiary, out 
of Amima 



- br. f. Cilia (3lb.) 
Col Peel's br. c. The Black Sea 
Sir R. W. Bulkeley'sch.c. Hook'em Saivvei/ 
(31b.) ^ -^ 



Chadlington Maid (31b.) ^_._., 

Swksfstakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft. for three year old colts, 8st. 7lb., filling »s!t 4lb. 
41b. and 61b. allowed, &c. Ab. M.-Ssubs. 



Col Anson's b. c. by Touchstone, out of 

EllipsiH (41b.) 
D of Bedford's cli. g. Minos (61b.) 
Ld Chesterfield's br. c. bro. to Drakelow, by 

D. John (41b.) 
Ld Clifden's br. f. Sneer (4lb.) 



Ld Exeter's b. c. Phlegethon (6lb.) 
Ld Glasgow's ro. i. by Lanercost or Re- 
triever, Qut of Physalis (4lb.) 
Mr Greville's ch. c. Ariosto (iib.) 
Mr. Payne's ch. f. Olendale 



WEDNESDAY.— The Column Stakes of 50 sov. each, for thre« year ohls. eolfi 
8st. 71b., fillies 88t. 41b.; 31b. and 51b. allowed. R.M.-26 8ubs. « "», coin 

Col Anson's ch. f, Christina^ by Don John, out of The IVincess 

br. f. by Don John, out of Lolly pop 

b. c. Putent (dead), by Venison, out of Potentia 

Mr Bateman's b. f. Hazy, by Venison, out of Darkness 
Mr Batson's br. f. by Venison, out of Lady Sa' e (Sib.) 
D of Bedford's ch. f. by St. Francis, out of Taiirina (3lb.) 

b. f. by MinoUur, out of Esmeralda (3lb.) 

Ld Chesterfield's br. f. Barcelma, by Don John, out of Industry 

ch. f. PaymenU by Slane, out of Receipt (3lb.) 

Ld Exeter's br. c. by Plenipotentiary, out of Amima 

ch. f. Plushf by Plenipotentiary, out of Velveteen 

Mr Greville's ch. c. AriostOy by Orlando, out of Preserve (3lb ) 

^— b. or br. f. Bradamante (dead), by Orlando, out of ExampV /'6^1l ) 

br. f. Oinevra^ by Orlando, out ct Jamaica (5lb.) jr 

Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Leybume, by Epirus, tut of La/'iv Stmt /'3P ') 

b. f. sis, to Miami, by Venison, out of Div«n V n 

b. f. Merry Peal, by Slane, out of Vibration (sl.>.> 

Mr Mostyn's br. f. Cuticula, by Touchstone, out of Latitude 
Col Peel s br. c. The Black Sea, by Ion, out of Hester ' 

— — b. f. by Slane, out of Palmyra 
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/j.— i) of Bedford's hf. g. 8orifeaii«, 4 yrs, 8st 12lb, agst Sir J. Hawley's b. f. 

Peal, 3 yw, Tst 71b. T.Y.C.— 200 h. it. 

h.-^D of Bttdford's br. g. Bnrdeaux, Sat 71b., a^st Sir U. Pigot's b. f. Califumia, 

;b., both four year olds. T.Y.C.— 200, h. ft. 

L>A.Y.— SwEXPHtAKKS efSOOaovs. each, 100 ft., for four year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., 

s 88t. 2lb. B.C!.— 7 Subs. 

edford's br. f[. Bordeaux I Ld Exeter's ch. c. Nutcracker 

fden's b. c. Pmtifex \ b. c. Ohlt 

— br. c. Rabelais { Ld Oxford's fa. c. Zadoc 

mbe's b. c. Tomboy | 

)00 Guineas Stakes of 100 sovs. each. h. ft., for three year olds, colts Sst. 71b., 

3 Sst. 4lb. ; the second to save his stake. H.M — HI sabs. 



ike's b. c. Exeter (late Cadeau) 
■fden's b. c. Oleander 

— b. c. Harpsichord 

R. Clarke s br. c. Olenhawk 
linton's b. c. Ctteeus 

— b. c. Hmpolytiis 

. Edwards' b. c. Primitious 
eter's ch. c Midas 

— b. c. PhUaethon. 

— br. c. by Plenipd — Amima 
Farrance's br, c. Orosvenur 
Hawley's ch. c. Balsamu 

— b. c. The Confessor 

— bl. f. Breba 
Hill's eh. c. fystu 

jnry's oh. f. Julia 
•ward's b. c. Boabe^ 



Mr Howard's ch. c. Cfrecian 

Ld H. Lennox's br. c. Hernandez 

br. c. Boo 

Mr Mare's b. c. Hathnton 

Mr A. Nichol's b. c. Newminster 

Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. by Touchstone — 

Mountain Sylph 
Mr J. Pownev's ch. c. J^imartine 
Sir K. Pigot's'b. c. ^olus 
D of Richmond's b. c. Bucihound 
Baron Rothschild's ch. c. by Epiras — 

Emerald 
Mr W. Stebbini{'s b. c. Kossuth 

b. c. Palmerston 

Ld Stanley's b. c Storm 
" ' - ch. c. Olympian 



■^filSDAY. — Sweepstakes of 60 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 
71b., fillies Sst. 3lb. » 3lb. allowed, &c. D.M.— 7 subs, 
uverie's b. or br. c. by Kpirus, out of Valentine (War Eagle's dam) 
.mbe's br. f. Naphtha, by The Nob, out of Rt)8aiind (3lb.) 
— b. or br, c. by The Nob, out of sister to Canadian (31b.) ^wrong nom.) 
Hawley's ch. e. Leyburney by Epirus, out of Lady Strut (31b.) 
ford's b. c. Fireholt, by Theon, out of Firefly 
oil's b. c. HatherUm, by Touchstone, out of Event (3lb.) 
i-athmore's b. or br. f. Shuw Oirly by Venison, out of Specimen 
psTAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts Sst. 7lb., fillies Sst. Sib. 
allowed, &c. D.M. 

Bedford's b g. Santiago \ Mr Payne's ch. f. Oletidale 

are's b. c. HatherUm (3lb.) | Ld Stanley's b. c. Crotchet (3lb.) 

pstakbs of SO sovs. each, for three year olds not engaged in the 2000 gs. or lOOU gs. 
ves ; colts Sst. 71b., fillies Sst. Sib. ; 41b. allowed, &c. A.F. 
•atwicke's b. f. Hesse Htimberg (4lb.) j MJr Neville's b. c. Artisan 
reville's br. f. Oinevra (4lb.) I D of Richmond's b. c. Buckhound (4lb.) 

. G. I/onnox's br, c. Boo (4lb.) | 

'i. — Ld Clifdeu's b. c. Magnes agst. Major Martyn's b. c. Convulsion, 8st. 71b. each. 
y. C— 100 h. ft. 

RSDAY.— Sweepstakes of lOO sov. each, h. ft., for three year old colts Sst. 7lb. ; 

• winner of the 20U0 gs. sUkes aib. extra. D.M. 

Bedford's ch. g. Bargeman I Col Feel's br. e. The Black Sea 

.reville's ch. c. Arwsto Ld Stanley's b. c. Croupier 

. Herbert's b. c. by Slane— Odessa j 

iOOU Guineas i^Itakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft., for thref^ year old fillies, Sst. 71b. 

h ; the owner of tlie second to save his suke. D.M 33 subs. 



dastard's ch. f. Oay Lau 
;lifden's b. f. Galaxy 

b. f. Olenochty 

. br. f. Coticula 

f . G. Dixon's br. f. The Abbess 
Delamere's ch. f. Fortuna 
\V. Edwards' b. f. Prima Donna 
Jxeter's br. f. Cilia ^ 



Ld Exeter's b. f. Melita 

b. f. Phlegra 

Mr Freeman's b. f. Olima 

Mr Gratwieke's br. f. The Squaw 

' br. f. Anspach 

Mr Greville's br. f. Barcelona 
Sit J. Hawley's bl. f. Breba 
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D of Richmond^ b. f. (dead), bv Touchstone, out of Soldier's Daughter 

Mr W. H. Roberts's b. f. bv Amorino, out of Ear rinf? (5lb.) 

Mr Holt's b. c HatherUm^ l>y Touchstone, out of Event, bv Toss-up (31b.) 

Mr Watson's br. f. Touch-me-NuU by Touchstone, out of Ladye of Silverkeld Well (31b.) 

b. f. Nineveh, by Cotherstone, out of Annette, by Priam (3lb.) 

SWKKPSTAKXS of 200 sov. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies Sat. ; 

winners of any sweepstakes of 500 sovs., with not leas than 10 subflcribeis, to carry 

5lb. ; of two or more, 91b. extra. D.M.— 7 subs. 



Sir J. Hawley*s ch. c. The Ban 

ch, c. Ttddington 

Mr* Payne's ch. f. Oiendale 



1) of Bedford's ch. ^. Bargeman 

Ld Clifden's b. f. CotictUa 

Ld Exeter's br. c. Ben Mure 

ch. c. Midas 

THURSDAY.— SwKEPsTAKKS of 100 sovs.each, h. ft. for thiee year olds, colts 8st* 71b., 
fillies 8st. 4lb. ; 31b. allowed, &c. ; the produce of mares that have bred a winner of 
the 2000gs. Grand Duke Michael, Derby, Oaks, or Doncaater St. Leger Stakes, to 
carry 71b extra. D.M. — 7 subs. 



Mr Greville's ch. c. Ariutto (3lb.) 
Mr Nichol'sb. c. Newminster (3lb.) 
Mr Payne's ch. f. Catalpa 
Ld Stanley's b. c. Sturm 

lb., flUiet 



Col Anson's b. c. by Touchstone, out of 

Ellipsis (3lb.) 
D of Bedford's b. g. Santiago 
Mr W. H. Brook's b. c. Juggernaut 
The CLaRST Stakes of 200 sovs. each, h. ft., for four year olda, colts Sst. 

8st. 2lb. D. I. 

D of Bedford's ch. c. John o'OrocU I Ld H. G. Lennox's b. c. fF. the Conqueror. 

Ld Exeter's br. c. NuUhell | D of Richmond's b. c. Ohillie Callum 

SwKEPSTAKES of 50 SOV. each. h. ft., for three year olds, colts Sst. 7lb., and fillies Sst. 21b.. 

which never won before the time of closing this stake ; horses which have started twice 

before the time of closing this stake allowed 41b., thrice or more 61b., aoch allowance 

to be claimed at the time of namin(f. D.M. 

Mr E. R. Clark's b. c. Olenftawk (6Ib.) I Mr Howard's ch. f. ChrtAina (6lb.) 

Ld Exeter's b. c. Reindeer (61b.) I D of Richmond's ch. f. Hurry-scwrry (61b.) 

FRIDAY.— ThePortStakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for four year olds, colts Sst. 7lb., 



fillies 88t 4lb., not named In the Claret 

10 subs. 
lA Airlie's br. c. Clincher 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Torpor 
Mr W. Edwards' b. c. Bolingbrohe 
Ld Eglinton's ch. c. The Knight o/Avenel 
Ld Exeter's br. f. Monima 



the second to save his suke. T.M.M. — 

Mr Gratwicke's bl. c. The Nigger 
Mr Irwin's b. c. The King </ Oude 
Mr .Taqnes' ch. c. Mildew . 
Ld H. G. Lennox's b. c. The Bee-hunter 
D. of Richmond's b. f. Officious 

Sweepstakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts Sst 7lb., fillies Sst. 2lb. — 
D.M. 

Ld Exeter's ch. c. Midas I Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. by Touchstone — 

b. f. Phlegra I Mountain Sylph 

Ld Orford's b. f. Alhoni \ 

Match.— lA Clifden's b.c. Oleander ^ 8st lOlb, agst. Ld Glasgow's b.c. Nondescript 

7st 12lb, both 3 yr olds. D.M.— 2U0 h. ft. 

FIRST SPRING MEETING. 

MONDAY, April 21.— Sweepstakks of 50 sovs. each, for ttiree year olds, out of maios 
that never bred a winner ; colts 8st. 7lb., fillies Sst. Sib. : those' by stallions that never 
cot a winner allowed 3lb. A. F.— 10 subs. 



Sir J. Hawley'sch. c. Balsanto 

Mr Mare's b. c. Hatherton 

Mr Ramsbottom^s b. f. by Charles XII. — 

Q. of Cyprus 
Ld Stanley^ ch. c. Statesman (31b.) 



Col Anson's ch. f. Christina 

D of Bedford's ch. g. Minos (31b.) 

Mr W. H. Brook's b. c. Juggernaut 

Mr Combe's b. c. The Trapper 

Ld Exeter's b. c. Ph/eqethun (3lb.) 

Mr Gratwicke's br. f. The Squaw (31b.) 

Sweepstakes of 200 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year old fillies Sst. 61b. ; the winner 

of a Sweepstakes value 500 aovs. to carry 5lb. extra. — Ab. M. 
1) of Bedford's b. f. Ariadne I Ld Exeter's br. f. Cilia 

Ld Clifden's br. f. Coticula Mr Greville's br. f. Barcelona 

Ld Exeter's b. f. Melita \ 

3/otcA.— Ld Stanley's b. h. Uriel, 5 yrs, 9it, agst Ld Glasgow's b. c. NondescripL 3 vrs, 
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Maich.—i) of Bedford's hf. g. Bordeaug, 4 yw, 8st 12lb, agst Sir J. Hawley's b. f. 
Merry Peal, 3 yra, 78t 71b. T.Y.C.— 200 h. It. 

Mmeh.-^J) of Bedford's br. g. BnrAmumy Sst 7lb., a^st Sir U. Pigot's b. f. Califamia, 
78t. 121b., both four year olds. T.Y.C.— 200, h. ft. 

TUESDAY.— SwKitPstAKKs of SOO sovs. each, 100 ft., for four year olds, colu 8st. 7lb., 

fillies 88t. 21b. B-O— 7 sobs. 
D of Bedford's br. ;; . Bordeaux 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Pontifea 
- br. c. Rabelais 



Ld Exeter's ch. c. Nutcracker 

b. c. Ohiit 

Ld Oxford's b. c. Zadoc 



Mr Combe's b. c. Tombt^ 
The 2000 Guineas Stakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colU Sst. 71b., 
fiilies Sst. 4lb. ; the second to save his stake. K.M — 81 subs. 



Mr Blake's b. c. Exeter (late Cadeau) 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Oleander 

. b. c. Harpsichord 

Mr E. R. Clarke sbr. c. Glenhawk 
Ld Eglinton's b. c. Ct*<eu8 

. b. c. Hwpolytm 

Mr W. Edwards' b. c. PriaUima 
JA Exeter's ch. c Mida$ 

b. c. PfUegetfum 

br. c. by Plenlpd — Amima 

Mr E. Farrance's br, c. Orosvenur 
Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. BaistitM 

b. c. The Confessor 

. bl. f. Breba 

Mr a. mW'B eh. ctpfiu 
Mr Henry's ch. f. Julia 
Mr Howard's b. c. BoabtHl 



Mr Howard's ch. c. Orecian 

Ld H. Lennox's br. c. Hernandez 

br. c. Btx) 

Mr Mare's b. c. Hathertnn 

Mr A. Niehol's b. c. Newminster 

Mr Osbaldeston'9 b. c. by 'i'ouchstone — 

Mountain Sylph 
Mr J. Pownev 8 ch, c. L*imartine 
Sir R. Pigot's'b. c. ^olus 
D of Richmond's b. c. BuJckhound 
Baron Rothschild's ch. c. by Epiras — 

Emerald 
Mr W. Stebbint^'s b. c. Kossuth 

b. c. PalmersUm 

Ld Stanley's b. c Stitrm 
• ch. c. Olympian 



WEDNfeSDAY. — Swekpstakbi* of 50 sots, each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 

8&t. 71b., fillies 8st. 31b. ; 3lb. allowed, &c. D.M.— 7 subs. 
Mr Bouverie's b. or br. c. by Epirus, oat of Valentine (War Eagle's dam) 
Mr Combe's br. f. Naphthay by The Nob, out of Rosalind (3lb.) 

b. or bt, c. by The Nob, out of sister to Canadian (3lb.) ^wrong nom.) 

Sir J. Hawley's ch. e. Leybume, by Epirus. out of Lady Strut (Sib.) 

Ld Orford's b. c. Fireholt, by Theon, out of Firefly 

Mr Roll's b. c. Hathert>M, by Touchstone, out of Event (3lb.) 

Ld Strathmore's b. or br. f. Shi/w Ohrly by Venison, out of Specimen 

Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. ea«fa, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies Sst. 3lb. 

.3lb. allowed, &c. D.M. 
D of Bedford's b y^. Santiago \ Mr Payne's ch. f. Oleudale 

, Mr Mare's b. c. Hathertm (3lb.) | Ld Stanley's b. c Crotchet (3lb.) 

Sw-eKp«iTAKXs of 50 sovs. each, for three year olds not engaged in the 2000 gs. or lOOU gs. 

stakes ; colts Sst. 7U)., fillies Sst. Sib, ; 41b. allowed, &c. A. P. 
Mr Gratwicke's b. f. Hesse Hi/mberg (4lb.) I Mr Neville's b. c. Artisan 
Mr Greville's br. f. Oinevra (4lb.) | D of Richmond's b. c. Buckhound (4lb.) 

Ld H. G. I.«nnux's br. c. Boo (4lb.) | 

Match. — Ld Clifden's b. c. Magnes agst. Major Martyn's b. c. Convuisiim, 8st. 71b. each. 

T. Y. C— 100 h. ft. 

THURSDAY.— Sweepstakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft., for three year old colts Sst. 7lb. } 

the winner of the 20U0 gs. sUkei* 5lb. extra. D.M. 
D of Bedford's ch. g. Bargeman i Col Feel's br. c. The Black Sea 

Mr Greville's ch. c. Arwsto i Ld Stanley's b. c. Croupier 

Mr S. Herbert's b. c. by Slane^Odessa | 
The 1000 QI7INEAS INTAKES of 100 SOV. each,h. ft., for three year old fillies, Sst. 7lb. 

each ; the owner of tlie second to save his stake. D.M. — 33 subs. 



Mr Bastard's ch. f. Gay Lass 
Ld Clifden's b. f. Gahsy 

b. f. Olenochty 

br. f. Coticula 

Mr .T. G. Dixon's br. f. The Abbess 
Mr Delamere's ch. f. Fortuna 
Mr W. Edwards' b. f. Prima Donna 
Ld Exeter's br. f. CUla, 



Ld Exeter's b. f. Melita 

b. f. Phlegra 

Mr Freeman's b. f. Olivia 

Mr Gratwicke's br. f. The Siptaw 

' br. f . Anspach 

Mr Greville's br. f. Barcelona 
Sit J. Hawley's bl. f. Breba 
br. f. Aphrodite 



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Sir J. HAwley'g b. f. Vermuth 
- br. f. Meny Peal 



Mr Harrison's ch. f. Tricbttrcit 
Mr H. Hill's eh. f. Epira 
Mr Howard's ch. f. Chrittina 
Mr Henry's ch. f. Juiia 

b. f. Puwy 

Mr Jaqnes' ch. f. Heirloom 
Mr H. Johnson's br. f. Confidence 
FRIDAY.— The NicvirMAVKBT Stakks of 5U sot. each, h. ft., for three vear olds, colta 
8st. 7lb., fillies, Sst. Sib. ; the second to eave his stake. D. M.— 2& sabel 



Ld H. O. Lennox's b. or lo. f. TuartU 

Mr Mare's hr. f. Pandora 

Mr A. Niehol's b. f. Beatrice (dead) 

Ld Qrford's b. f. by Arandel— Mangoeteen 

Mr Payne's ch. f. Olendale 

ch. f. Citadel 

Sir R. Pigot's br. f. Mexico 
Ld Stanley's ch. f. Irii 



Sir J. Hawley's b. c. The Comfettor 

—— ch. c. Btilsamo 

Mr H. Hill's ch.e./£««8 
Mr Howard's ch. c. Grecian 
Mr Irwin's h. g. Jjord Edward 
Capt Lowther's b. c. Borne 
SirJ.U. Mill's ch.c.ibViis 
lA Orford'ii b. f. Alhoni 
Mr Payne's ch. f. Olendale 
ch. f. Citadel 



Ld Stanley's b. c. Storm 
Mr Wigram's b. c. Napauk 



D of Bedford's b. g. Santiago 

ch. g. Bargeman 

b. f. Ariadne 



Col Anson's b. c. by Toachstoue—£llipais 

b.c. Potent (dead) 

Mr Basurd's b. c. Pantlitm 
Mr Batson's b. c. Ah<Ferfuiman 
D of Bedford's b. g. Santiago 
Mr W. Beresford's b. c. Vagabond 
Ld Glifden's b. e. Harpsichord 
Mr G. S. Ford's br. c. De la Rue 
Ld Exeter's ch. c. Midat 

b. c. Ben More 

b. c. Phlegethon 

Mr Gordon's br. c. Boo 

Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. TeddingUm 

SECOND SPRING MEETINb. 
[Commences Tnesday, May 6.] 
WEDNESDAY. — ^The Chamvion Stakes of 50 sot. each. h. ft. for three year olda, ooHs 
8st. 71b., fillies and geldings 8st.; the winner of the 8000 gs. or 1000 gs. stakes to 
carry 7lb. extra ; from the R.M. starting post to the Dnke's stand. — 6 sabs. 

~ "' " ■ Ld Exeter's br. c. by Plenipotentiary— 

Amfma 
Mr Irwin's b. g. Lord Edward 
\A. SUnley's br. o. Crotchet 

SwKCPSTAKKS of 50 sovs. oach, for fonr year olds, colts 8st. lolb., Allies 8st. 5lb. ; winners 

of the Derby, Oaks, Doncaster St. Leger, Port or Claret stakes, to carry 6lb. ; of any 

' two of these stakes, lOlb. extra; maiden horses which have never received loo sovs 

for ranning second, allowed 5lb. ; winners of matches only, considered maiden horses ; 

last three miles of B. C. 

D of Bedford's ch. c. John o* Croat I Mr Jaques's ch. c. Mildew 

Ld Exeter's br. c. Nutshell \ 

JULY MEETING. 

TUESDAY, July 1.— Tlie Jvht Stakes of 50 sov. each, 80ft. for two year olds, colts 8»t. 
71b , and fillies, Sst. 5lb.; the second to receive back his Stake. New T.Y.C.— 26 subs. 
Col Anson's b. c. bv Orlando, oat of Gossamer 

b. c. by l5on John, out of LuUypop 

b. f. by Orlando, out of Elopement 

Mr Bowes's ch. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, ont of Forget-me-not 

Mr Carew's b. c. The Prophet^ by Lanercost, out of Myrrha, by Malek 

Ld Clifden's b. c. Magnes, by Touchstone out of Latitude 

'— b. c. Bymettut, bv Bay Middleton, out of Beeswax 

Ld Eglinton's b. c. Claoerhousei by Irish Birdcatcher, ont of Blue Bonnet 
Ld Exeter's ch. e. by St. Martin, out of Mecca 

b. f. by St. .Martin, out of Toga 

Ld Gla^ow's b. c. by Slane, out of Alarm's dam 

Mr Harris's br. c. by Buuard, ont of sister to Geraldine, by The Saddlerj . 

Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Miser ieordet by Don John, out of Mendicant 

b. c. Songster, by Touchstone, out of Cavatina 

Mr. Hill's b. c. John ofLeyden, by Alsrm, out of Polka by Emilius 
Mr Howard's f. Aihambra^ by Cotherstone, out of Sequidiila 
Mr Mare's b. f. tister to Hatherton, by Touchstone, out of Event 

b. c. by Venison, out of Breastgirth 

Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirsuta, by Cotherstone, out of Kalmia 

b. f. Freedom^ by dotherstone, out of Liberty 

Col Peel's b. e. Jjivermere, by Slane, out of Palmyra 



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Col Peel's eh. c. by Orlando, out of Malibran 

Mr Roll's ch. e. Hfrto» Yates, by Epirns, out of The Lady of Pen-y-daren 

Ld J. Scotf 8 b. c. by Pantaloon, oat of Phryne 

Mr Watt's b. or br. f. Alisette, by Laiincelot, ont of Cara 

— b. <nr br. e. Don hsaehar, by Launcelot, out of Barba, by Lanercost 

JfatcA.— D of Bedford's b. c. Carrier, Sst. 71b., agst Lord Enfield's b. c. Poodle, ast. 8lb. 

Both two yr olds. T.Y.C.— 200 h. ft. 

Match,— D of Bedford'ff bl. c. Martinet, Sat, 71b., agst Mr. Greville's b. f. Cfutffinchf 
M.dlb, Both two yr. olds. New T.Y.C.— 200 h. ft. 

WEDNESDAY.— Peoduoe Stakes of 200 sov. each h. ft. for two year olds, colts Sst. 

71b., allies 8st. 41b. New T.Y.U. 
D of Bedford's b. c. fP'eathergage, by Weatherbit, out of Taurina 
Lord Exeter's c. by Thenn, out of Hydrangea 

f. (dead) by Phlegon, out of Amaryllis 

Sir J. Hawley's br. c by Old England, out of Science 

THURSDAY.— The CRESTCBTiEr.n Stakes of 30 sov, each. 20 ft. for two year olds, colts 

Sst. 71b., and Allies Hst. 4lb. ; the winner of the July stakes 9lb., and the second, 4lb. 

extra. Last half of B.M. — 80 sabs. 



Col Anson's b. c. by Orlando — Gossamer 

b. c. by Don John — Lollypop 

b. f. bv Orlando— Elopement 

D of Bedford's b. c. Carrier 
Mr Carew's b. c. Little John 
Ld Clilden's b. e. Magnet 

b. f. Seocatura 

Ld Eglinton's eh. c. Pelopidoi 

Ld Enfield's b. c. Poodle 

Ld Exeter's ch. c*. by St Martin— Mecca 

b. f. by St. Martin— Toga 

Ld Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm— Physalis 
— — — ch. f. by John o' Gaunt—Conspi- 

racy 
Mr Gregory's b. f. by Orlando— Clarissa's 

dam 
Mr Harris's ch. c. by Bnasard, dam (1842) 

by Economist— Bangtail 



Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Miiericoade 
» b. c. Songster 

br. c. by Old England, out of 



Science 
Mr H. HiU's br. f. Magnetic 
Mr Howard's f. Alhamhra 
Mr Mare's'b. f. by Lanercost— Lobelia 
Ld Orford's ch. c. Pimento 
Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirsnta 
Col Peel's b. c. Lapidist 

— ch. f. sister to Naphtha, by Slane 

Mr H. B. Powell's b. or br. c. The Free- 
trader 
Mr Rolfs b. c. Oeorae III. 
Mr W. S. Stanley's b. f. by Cothentone— 

Virago 
Mr Watson's bl. c. Ambrose 
Mr Way's b. f. Kau 

FIRST OCTOBER MEETING. 
TUESDAY, Sept. 30.— SwxiPSTAKXsof SOOsovs. each h.ft. for two year olds, colts Sst.Tlb., 

fillies Sst. 41b. T.Y.C. 
D of Bedford's b. c. Weathergage, by Weatherbit, out of Taurina ^ ^, 

Ld Exeter's f. (dead) by Phlegon, dam bv Velocipede, oat of Amaryllis . 
Ld Spencei's b. c. (dead) by Cowl, out of Gretna 

Ld Stanley's b. or ro. e. Merry-go^ound by Ithuriel, out of Tour de Force 
The Grand Dvkx Michaei. Stakes of 30 sovs. each for three year olds, colts Sst. 71b., 

fillies Sst. .Sib. ; the second to save his stake. A. P.— 12 subs. 



Ld Orford's br. c. Firebolt 

Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. by Touchstone — 

Mountain Sylph 
Mr. Pad wick's b. c Primitiovs 
Sir R. Pigot's b. c. ^olus 
Mr Worthingtons br. c. Ooliah 

Match, (No weights mentioned.)— Ld Stanley's b. c. by Irish Blrdcatcher, out of 
Meeanee.agst Ld Exeter's c. Ben Nevis. Both two year olds. T.Y.C— 800 h. ft. 

Second year of the Thtrd Tbiennial Producx Stakes of 10 sov. eadi, for three year olds, 
colts 88t. 71b., fillies Sst. 4lb. ; tne second horse to receive 10 per cent on the whole 
stake, and the third 5 per cent. A.F.— 76 subs. 



Ld Clifden's b. c. Oleander 
Ld Exeter's ch. c. Midas 

' b. c Phlegethon 

' b. f . Phlegra 

Mr Gratwicke's br. f. Anspach 
Mr Irwf n's b. g. Lord Edward 
Ld H. Lennox's br. c. Boo 



*Col Anson's br. c. Hemandex 
• b. c. Potent (dead; 

— ch. f. Christina 

— — br. f. by Don John— LoUypop 
Mr Batson'a b. e. Abd *erhaman 
D of Bedford's b. g. Santiago 



D of Bedford's ch. f. by St. Francis— Tffurin a 
Count Batthyany's b. or br. f. by Charles 

XII., out of Pergularia 
Mr Bouvene's b. c. by Epirns— Valentine 
Mr Bowes's ch. c. Ipsus 
ch. f. Epira 



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Mr Bowes'g ch. f. Kalomn. 

b. c. by Prize-fighter, oat of Mow- 

erinft (wrong nom.) 
*IA Caledop's b. c. Aarm Smith 
•Ld Che!iterfield*8ch.f. Pajument 
— — BT. f. (b. b.)by Don John— Mn. 

'I'aft's <um 
Mr J. B. Day'sch. f. Jv/ta 
Ld EgUnton^s b. f. Smeute 
■ b. c. Bmnie Dundee 

b. c. De Rmter 

•Ld Exeter's b. f. PMegra 

br. f. C't//o 

■ ch.f.P/MA 



• ch. c. Midas 
- br. c. by Plenipotentiary — Amima 



Mr W. Etwall's ch. e. The Knight of the 

Thistle 

• ch. f. Antigone 

Ld Glasgow'db. c. by Don John^Mlss Whip 
ro. f. by lAnercost or Betrlever— 

Physalis 

'— b. c. Nondescript 

Mr Greville'sch. c. Ariosto 

br. f . (Hnevra 

br. f. BarceUma 

b. or br. f . Bradcanante (dead) 

Sir J. Hawiey's b. f. sister to Mumm 

ch. c. Jjeybwme 

• b. f. Meny Peal 

•-— — ch. c. The Ban 

Mr C. Hornby's b. t. Duchess of Cumberland 

Mr J. Moore's c. by Laancelot— Teresa 

— — br. f. Nancy 

*• ■■-- e. (dead) by Launoelot— Flambeau 
- c. by Laancelot, d. by Irish Bird- 



catcher— Helena 



Mr J. Moore's c. by Launoelot— Mvi^ Daiy 
Mr Newton's br. f. Pvssy 

• ch. f. Prestige 

•Mr Payne's ch. f. Caralpa 

ch. f Glendale 

•Col Peers bl. c. The Bfack Sea 

b. c. The Serpentine 

b. f. Naphtha 

• b. f. sis. Ui SesostriSf by SUne • 

Mr Powney's ch. c. iMmartine 
Mr Pedley^s b. c. Eclipse 

b. c. The Philanthropist 

D of Richmond's ch. f. (desdj by Bpirua — 

Kstelle 

b. f. (dead) by Epirus— Priam 

Mr Kolt'i b. c. Hatherton 

• br. f. Scandal 

Mr W. H. Roberts's b. f. by Amorino-r' 

£a^ring 

br. c. by Th^on — Crenoline 

b. c. by Theon, or Amorino-^ 

Hannah 
D of Rutland'p b. f . by Pantaloon— Yiiago 
Ld Spencer's b. c. Boabdil 
• b. c. yoffobund 

Mr S. Stanley's b. /.by Auckland — Cowslip 
Ld Strath more's b. f. Shine Girl 
"• • ' - • c. (h. b.) bv Gilbert Gnniey — 

Bellissima 
Mr Stephenson's b. c. Hippomiff 
Mr F. ViUiers na. br. c by Bay Middleton, 



d. by Bixarre, oat of Qleq^ra 
Mr Watson's bL f. Topchme-no^ 

b. f. Nineveh 

br. r. Miragfi 



Mr Wigram's b. c. Napavk 
bl. f. Podatea . 



Won in 1 850 hy Hernandez by a length ; Merry Peal second; Payment third. The Starters 
are denoted by an asterisk. 

The Hopeful Stakxs of 40 sov. each, h. ft., for two year olds» colts Sst. 71b.. and fillies 
8st. 51b. ; the winner of the July or CiieBt«rfield Stakes at Newmarket, th« New Stakes 
at Ascot, the Ham, levant or Molecomb Stakes at Goodwood, the F^nce of Wales's 
Stakes at York, the Champagne Stakes or 2U sov. Two Year Old Stakes at Doncaster, 
to carry €lb., of any two of those stakes 91b. extra; of any other sweepstakes, value 
200 sov., inclnding the winner's own stake, and not having less than ten subscribers, to 
carry 3lb. extra ; no horse to carry more than 91b. extra ; those got by Arabians, cr out 
q( Araldan mares, allowed 51b. ')*be owner of the second horse to receive-5U sqv. out of 
the stakes, l^ast halt of Ab. M.— 25 subs. 

Mr H. Hill's ch.f.Coiitna 
Mr Howard's b. f . Medusa 
Mr E. Jones's b. f. Oinrine 
Mr J. J. King's ch. f. by V. Lochinvar, out 

of Madcap's dam 
Mr Payne s ch. f. Hirtuta 

b. c. by Cothcrstone, oat of Layla 



Col Anson's b. c. by Orlando— Gossamer 

b. f. by Orlando^Elopement 

D of Bedford's ch. c. Hugo 

I A Bruce's br.c. The Knight of the Shire 

Mr Carew's bl. f. The Nun 

Ld Clifden's b. c. Humerus 

Mr H. Des Voeux's d. c. by Don John, out 

ofDU-bar 
Ld E^linton's ch. c. Ovando (late Narvaez) 
Mr W. Etwall's ch. f. by 81 ane— Pelerine 
Ld Exeter's ch. c. by St. Martin— Mecca 

bl. c Ambrose 

Mr Gratwicke's b. f . by Hetman Platoif, oat 

of Madame Wharton's dam 
Sir J. Hawiey's f. by Venison— Dauntless 
- b. f. Misericorde 



Col Peel's b. c. by Venison — Queen Anne 
ch. f. Sister to Naphtha, by Slane 



D of Richmond's b. c. by Chatham, out oC 

Slierbet 
Baron Rothschild's ch. c. by Fhlegon, out 

ofMarinella 
Mr B. Way's br. f. sister to Conyngham, by 

SUne 

Match.— Co\, Anson's b. f. bv Orlando, out of Elopement* agst P of Bedfor4'f b, f. 
Salvage, 8st 4lb each, both 2 yrs old. T.Y.C.— 200 h. ft. 



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WEDNESDAY.— Third year of the Second Tbiemniai. PaoDUCE Stakes of 10 sov. eacli, 
for foar year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies Sst. 4lb. ; the second to receive 10 per cent. 
upon the whole stake, and the third 5 per cent. D.i. — 76 subs. 

'"'""■'' Ld Milltown's b. f. by Retriever, out o 

Cruiskeen Lawn 

ch. c. bro. to Doughy by Tearawa v 



Col Anson's ch. f. by Irish Birdcatcher 

Buzz 

b.f. sis. to Sweetmeaty by Gladiator 

ch. f. by Gladiator — Marchesina 

bl. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, dam 

by Dr Syntax 

b. c. Chieftain 

Mr Batson's br. c. Abdallah 

b. f. Thfi Heroine 

Connt Batthyany's ch. c. Valentine 

Mr Bowes's b. f. Rulnnska 

ch. c. by Hetman Platoff — Total 

Eclipse 

*f ch. c. Michleton 

Mr P. Clarke's ro. f. Sampler 

Mr Copeland's b. f. The Lass of Underley 

b. c. Tfie Draper 

ch. c. The Puddler 

ch. f. Candtewick 

br. f. Bassishaw 

Mr J. B. Day's b. f. The Ugly Doe 
Mr Drinkald's b. f. Azimuth 
Ld Eglinton's b. f. Probity 

b. c. Mavors 

* ch. c. The Knight qfAvenel 

Ld Exeter's ch. f. Cora 

ch. f. by Sctttari — Elegance 



- br. f , Clelia 
- ch. c. (dead) by Irish Birdcatcher, 



out of Wee Pet 

* h.e.Ohio 

t b. c. Utrecht 

b.f. Fisite 

- b. f. Nutbrown 



Mr Gratwicke's bl. e. The Nigger 

b. c. Cedi 

Mr Greville's b. f. Ellen Middleton (dead) 

• b. f. Estafette 

Sir J. Hawley's ch. f. Hippia 

• f. (dead) by Insh Birdcatcher — 

Oxygen 
♦f- — 1— — — ch. c. Cranberry 

■ f. (dead) by Irish Birdcatcher, out 



Mr Mostyn's b. c. Fontifes 

b. c. Spihenard 

b. c. /.c Beau 

b. c. Sidus 

b. c. Sicyon 

br. f . Narbonne 

fLd Orford's b. c. Zadoc 

f ch. f. by Slane — • Exotic 



- b. f. by Arundel — Mandans 

- b. f. Pom^anate 



Mr Payne's ch. c. Sergius 

• — b. c. Bender 

•f Col Peel's b. c. Hardinge 

' b. c. by Sir Hercules, out of 

Hersey 

ch. f. Dolly*s Brae 

■f- b. c. Sisyphus 

br. c. The Sea Serpent 

ch. c. Habet 



Ld W. Powlett's b. c. by John o' Gaunt, 
out of Fanchon 

ch. c. Oive-cmd-Take 

D of Richmond's b. c. Qhxllie Callum 

b. f . Claymore 

• • b. g. Ploughsfuixe 

• ch. f. HarumScarum 

f b. c. Compass 

Mi Roberts's b. c. by Erymus — ^Erica 

b. f. by Erymus, out of Creno- 



line 



- ch. c. by Erymus, out of Patrony- 



Mr Rolfs bl. c. The Black Man 

br. f. by Sir Hercules, out of 

Arethusa 

Ld £. Russell's br. c. Stingo 

Mr Snewing's b, c. St. George 

Sir S. Spry's b. f. BastUia 

*tLd Stradbroke's b. c. PFtlliam the Con- 
queror 

Mr Treen's br. c. Damash 



of Y. Defiance 
Ld Milltown's ch. c. Russborough 
ff^on in 1849 by Knight of Avenely by half a length; Wckleton secoruiy W the Conqueror 

third. The starters are denoted by an asterisk. 
Won in 1850 by Clelia by a length \ Compass second; Zadoc third. The starters are denoted 

by an obelisk. 
Thb St. Lkoeb Stakes of 25 sov. each, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 31b. ; 

the winner of the Derby or Doncaster St. Leger to carry 7lb., of the 2,000gs stakes, or 

the Odes, 51b. extra; horses which have never won a plate or sweepstakes allowed 5lb. 

I>.I.— 11 subs. 
Mr Batson's b. c Abd^erhaman 



D of Bedford's br. f. Ariadne 
Jjd Exeter's ch. c. Mtdas 

br. c. by Henipotentiary, out of 

Amima 
Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Merry Peal 



Capt Hervey's ch. c. Efetigist 

Capt Lowther's br. c. Boyne 

Mr NeviU's b. c. Artisan 

Ld W. Powlett's br. c. Fochabers 

Ld Stanley's b. c. Croupier 

Mr S. Stanley's br. c. Mecklenburgh 



Matchy 300 h. ft., for two year olds. One to the post — T.Y.C. Ld Stanley's b. c. LongboWy 
8st. 71b., b. or ro. c, Merry-go-roundy Sst. 41b., and b, c. by Irish Birdcatcher out 
of Meeanee, 8st. 4lb. agst Ld Exeter's c. Hetman Platoff, out of'Timbria, 8st. 4lb., b. c. 
JjfinSf 88t. 4lb., and c. by Theon, out of Hydrangea, 8st. 4lb. 



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THURSDAY. —firtt year of the Fourth Triennial Probitce Stakes of 10 sot. each, for 
two year olds, coltoSst. 71b., Allies Sst. 41b. ; the second to receive 10 per cent, upon 
the whole stake, and the third 5 per cent. T.Y.C. — 74 subs. , ^' ^ ._ 

Col Anson's b. c. by Don John, out of Lollypop 

ZZHl b/ c!**^^ } ^y Otluxdo, out of Tlie Princess 

■ — cli. c. by Pantaloon, out of Black Bess 
Capt Archdall's br. c, by Lanercost, out of Oh-don't 

■ b. f. The Sphinx, by The Ugly Buck, out of Medea, by Whfskerf 

Mr Bateman's ch. c. Dumai/y by Magpie, out of Surprise, by Rough Robin 

b. f. by Freney, out of Kate Kearney 

Count Batthyany's ch. c. by Slane, out of Pergularia 
Mr Bouverie's br. c. fVingenund, by Lanereost, out of Valentine 
Mr Bowes's b. f. by Hetman PlatolT, out of Maid of Lune 
- ■ ■- ch. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Mickleton Maid^ 
■ ch. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Foi^et>me-not^ 

br. f. by Ithuriel, out of Ukraine 

Ld Clifden's b. f. by Bay Middleton, out of H.R.H. 

b. f. Rosary, by Touchstone, outof Crucifix 

b. c. Magnet, by Touchstone, out of Latitude* 

b. c. by I.Anerco8t, out of Flycatcher 

■■ - ■■ b. c. Hesperm, by Bay Middleton, out of Plenary 

b. c. HymettuSy by Bay Middleton, out of Beeswax 

br. f. CoDxa, by iJanercost, out of Plenty 

— — b. c. Dotland, by Lanereost, out of Gaze 

b. f . Seccatura, by Bay Middleton, out of Blue Devils 

br. c. (dead) by Lanereost, out of Olive Oil 

Mr Copeland's b. c. The Corporal, by Orlando, out of Parade 

br. c. Director, by Drayton, out of Maid of Burghley 

Ld Exeter's bl. f. The Nun, by St. Martin, out of Silistria 

b. c. by St. Martin, out of Amima (wrong nom.) 

b. f. by St. Martin, out of Toga 

b. f. by Beiram, out of Merope 

Mr Gratwicke's b. c. Canterhurv, by Chatham, out of The Landgravine] 

ch. c. Maidstone, by Chatliam, out of Mary 

Mr Greville's b. f. Qreengage, by Alarm, out of Preserve 

b. f. Protection, by Slanc, out of The Farmer's Daughter 

b. f. by Slane, dam by Glencoe, out of Alea 

b. f. by Alarm, out of Jane 

b. f. Chaffinch, by Alarm, oat of Little Finch 

b. c. Oerard. by Alarm, out of Miss Heathcote 

Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Misericorde, by Don John, out of Mendicant 

b. f. Caloric, by Hetman PlatofT, out of Oxygen 

Mr S. Herbert's br. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Miss Letty 

b. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Odessa 

Sir J. B. Mill's b. f. by Slane, out of Virginia 

b. or br. c. by Epirus, out of Giantess 

Mr Newton's c. by The Emperor, out of Retrospect 

b. c. Poodle, by Ion, out of Ma Mie 

Mr Payne's b. f. Glenluce, by Slane, out of Glencaime 

ch. f. Hirsuta^ by Cotlierstone, out of Kalmia 

Col Peel's br. c. The Nabob, by The Nob, out of Hester 

b. c. lAvermere, by Slane, out of Palmyra 

- ch. f. sis. to Naphtha, by Slane, out of Iodine's dam 



- ch. c. by Orlando, out of Malibran 

- b. c. Lapidist, by Touchstone, out of lo 

- b. f. by Touchstone, out of Hersey 



Sir R. Pigot's ch. c. by Faugh-a-Ballagh, d. by Bran, out of Active 
D of Richmond's b. c. by Lanereost, out of Reel 

f. sister to Red Hart, by Venison, out of Soldier's Daughter 

Ld J. Scott's ch. f. by PanUloon, out of Ten Pound Note 

' b. or br. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Testy 
— — — b. or br. c. by Pantaloon, out of Phryne 
Mr Shelley's b c. The Stag, by Venison, out of Lucy Banks 

- ch. f. Safety, by Cotherstone, out of Buttress 
Oltve Brant 



. Oltve Branch, by Slane, out of The Bride 



Ld Stanley's b. c. Longbow, by Ithuriel, out of Miss Bowe 

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UL SMnley's eh. f. by Irisli Biidcafteher, d. by Velocipede, ont of Olinda 
lA Sbrmthmore's br. e. Sir St. FUteeat^ by Launcelot, oat of Specimen 
Mr Villien na. b. f. (dead) by Ion, out of dementina 

b. f. by Bay Middleton, d. by Bizarre, out of Glenara 

f. by £piru8, out of Joanna 

Mr Watson's bl. or br. c. Ambrotet by Touchstone, out of Arinette, by Priam 
■ br. c. jT'cmta/ttf, by Lanercost, out of Treacherous, by Pantaloon 

br. f. France^ by Cotherstone, out of Duchess of Loraine 

eh. c. ChiU o/tM Mat, by Touchstone, out of I^dye of SiWerkeld Well 

Mr Wigram's b. e. Peacock, by Alsom, out of Teleta 

The Rutland Stakxs of 30 soy. each, £0 ft., for two year olds, colts 8st 71b., and fillies 
8st. 31b. ; the winner of a sweepstakes value 40U soy., including the winner's own stake, 
to carry 41b., or two such stakes 71b. extra. Criterion Course.— 12 subs. 

D of Bedford's bl. c. Afarttaet -- - 

Mr Carew's c. Hampton 

Mr E. R. Clark's ch. f. by The Emperor, 
out of Peeress 

Mr W. Etwall's b. c. by Venison— Passion 

Ld Exeter's ch. c. by St. Martin— Mecca 

bl. c. Ambrose 



Mr Greville's b. f. by Slane— Brington's 

dam 
Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Caloric 
Ld Jersey's b. f. by Epirus, out of Joanna 
Mr K. Jones's b. f. Dtamond 
Mr i'ayne's b. c. by Cotherstone— Layla 
Mr Sidney's ro. f. Safety 



FRIDAY.— ilfateA.—D of Bedford's b. c. Weathergage, 8st. 71b., ajjst Mr Ramsbottom's 
b. f. Hot-cross-bun, 8st. 21b.. both two years old. T. Y. C— 100, h. ft. 

SECOND OCTOBER MEETING. 

MONDAY, Oct. 13. — Sweipstakxs of 200 sov. each, h. ft. for two year olds, colts 8st. 7lb. , 

fillies 8st. 4 lb. T. Y.C.— 5 subs. 
D of Bedford's b. c. H^eathergagOy by Weatherbit, out of Taurina | 
Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Btih Majur^hM Old England, out of Vibration 
lid Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm, ont of Fhysalis 
Mr Greville's b. c. by Alurm, out of Example 
Sir R. Pigot's ch. c. "by Faugh-a-Ballagh, d. by Bran, out of Active 

SvKXPSTAKES of 50 sov. esch, 30 ft., for three year olds, fillies Sst. 71b. each ; 31b. and 
51b allowed, &c. i). M.— 1 1 subs. 



Col Anson's br. f. Theorttm 

D of Bedford's br. f. AHadne (31b.) 

lid Exeter's ch. f. sis, to Gardenia, by Beiram 

(5lb.) 
Mr Gtatwicke's b. f. Hesse Homberg {Jblb.) 
Mr Greville's br. f. Oinevra (3lb.) 



Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Vermuth 

b. f. Merry Peal (3lb.) 

Mr Mare's br. f. Scandal (31b) 
Ld Orford's ch. f. Paregoric (31b.) 
Col Peel's br. f. Napht/ia 
Ld Stanley's ch. f. Iris (<5lb.) 



TUESDAY.— The Roval Stakes of 200 sov. each, 120 ft.,for three year olds, colts Sst.TIb., 
fiUiefl 8st. 2lb. Those that declared forfeit on or before January 1 , 1 8^9, to pay 25 sovs. 
forfeit, and those that declared forfeit on or before January 1, 1850, to pay 50 sov. for- 
feit; winners of the 2000 Guineas, Newmarket, or Grand Duke Michael Stakes, to carry 
61b. extra ; of the Derby, Oaks, or Doncaater St. Leger Stakes, 71b. extra ; a winner of 
any two of those Stakes lOlb. extra ; the second to save his stake. A.F.— 11 subs. 



Mr Mostyn's b. c. Harpsichord 

Mr Payne's ch. f. Olendale 

Mr Watt's b. c. by Old England, out of 

Nitocris 
Ld Stanley's b. f. Sensitive (dead) pays 50 

ft. 



Col Anson's b. c. Potent (dead) 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Oleander 
' br. f. Coticula 

Ld Exeter's ch. c Brunnow 
— ch. c. Midas 
Mr Greville's ch. c. Ariosto 
Sir J. Hawley's cli. c. BaUamo 

The Cleabwell Stakes of 30 sov. each, 20 ft, for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b, and fillies 
8st. 51b. ; the winner of the July, Chesterfield, Hopeful, or Triennial Stakes at New 
market, the New Stakes at Ascot, the Ham, Lavant, or Molecomb Stakes at Goodwood 
the Prince of Wales's Stakes at York, the Champagne or 80 sov. Two Year Old Stakes 
at Doncaster to carry 61b., of any two oi those stakes 91b. extra ; the winner of any 
otlier sweepstakes value 200 sov. including the winner's own stake, and not having less 
than ten suMciiben, to caixy 3lb. extra ; no hone to carry more than 9lb. extra. tIY.C. 
92 tabs. 

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Mr Halfur^'s br. e. by Ijantinelot* d. by 

PantAloon, out of Daphne, by Laurel 
Sir J. Hawley*a br. c. by Touchstone, oikt of 

Lady Mary 
Mr Howard'ach. e. St. Alhan 
Mr W. E. HnghM's br. f. Sopkittr^ 
Mr Payne'* «h. f. tiirtvta 
— — — b. f. Freedom 

■ ■ — br. c. IViitgenmmd 

Col Peel'a b. e. by Veniaon, out of Queen 

Anne, by Slaiie 

b. c. Livermere 

Mr Raniabottom's b. f. Hot Croit Bun 

D of Richmond'a br. c. by Touclistone, oat 

of Cuckoo 
Mr Rogers' br. c. Theodine 
Raron Rothschild** br. c. by Lanereoat, oMt 

of Emerald 
Mr Sidney's ro. f. Safety 
Mr B. Way's b. f. Kate 

WEDNESDAY.— The Bedford Stakes, a sweepstakes of 50 aov. each, h.ft.« for two year 
olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies Sat. 4lb. ; those by stallions or oat of mares that never pro- 
duced a winner allowed 31b. ; winners of sweepstakes amounting to 300 sov., with ten 
anbscribers or upwards, to carry 71b., all other winners of sweepstakes or plates to carry 
dlb. extra ; weights accumulative up to lulb. ; to start from the Ancaster Post, and 
finish at the Duke's Stand.— 12 subs. 

Mr Greville's b. c. Frantic (31b0 



Col Anson's b. e. by Orlando— Ooaiamer 

b. f. by Orlando, out of Elopement 

Count Batthyany's b. f. Susan 

Mr Carew's br. c. The Prvphet 

Mr E. R. Clark's b. f. by Ratan, d. by Mel- 
bourne, out of Lisbeth 

Mr J. Clark's b. e. MIcU 

Mr Copeland's b. c. Tfte Corporal 

Mr J. Day na. bl. f. CntcA'M» 

Ld Eglinton's ch. c. Ovanda 

bl. c. Lueio 

Mr W. Etwall's b. c. brother to the Knight of 
the Thistle 

Ld Exeter's bl c. Ambriue 

b. f. by St. Martin, out of Toga 

ch. c. Ile» 

14 Glasgow's br. e. CaraKara 

Mr Ciratwicke's b. c. Canterbury 

Mr Greville's b. f. Protection . 



Mr J. Arnold's b. c. LitUe Harry (alb.) 
D of Bedford's ch. c. Hugo (31b.) 

. b. c. fFeathergajfe (31b.) 

lA Eglintoa's br. c. Anchises (dlb.) 
Ld Exeter's ch. c. by St. Martin— Mecca 

bl. c. Ambrose 

ch. c Ilex 



Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Bob Maytr (31b.) 
Ld Jersey s b. f. by Epirus.out of Joanna 
Sir J. B. Mill's br. f. by The Baron, out of 

Juliana (31b.) 
Mr Payne's b. c. by Cotherstoue, out of 

Layla(3lb.) 



THURSDAY.— The DnnnsB Stakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft. for two year old filBes, 
8st. 71b. each ; the winner of a sweepstakes value 60M sov. ftlb. extra ; 3lb. allowed, 
&c. T.Y.C.-8 subs. 



\A Clifden's b. f. RMory 
Ld Exeter's b. f. by St. Martin— Amima 
— ^— f. by St. Martin— Macremma 
Mr Greville's b. f. Qreengag«i2\\i.) 
b. f. Protection (Jflb.) 

The Brktbt Stakks of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for two year old Allies, Sat. 7Ib. each. 
List tliree-quarters of R.M.— IS subs. 



Mr. Payne's ch. f. Htrsuta 

D of Bichmond's b. f. by Chatham— £*• 

telle 
Mr. S. Stanley's f. by Alarm— Cowslip (3lb.) 



LA H. G. Lennox's b. f. Brawn 
Ld Orford's f. by Arundel— Mandane 
Mr. Payne's ch. f. Hirsuta 

b. f. Olen/uee 

D of Ridimond's f. sis. to Red Harf, hj 
Venison 



Ld Airlie's br. f. Kestrel 

lA Clifden's b. f. Rosart/ 

Mr Combe's ch. f. Trinket 

Ld Exeter's b. f. by St. Martin-Toga 

f. by St. Martin— Macremma 

Sir J. Hawlev's b. f. Calorie 

b.f.'byTouchston©— CheshireWitch 

FRIDAY.— The Dinitbb Stakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft. for two year olds, colts Bet. 71b., 
fillies 88t. 41b. ; the winner of a sweepstakes value 500 sov. 6lb extra. BedfMd Stakes 
Course. 

T) of Bedford's ch. c. Hugo^ by Weatherbit, out of Esmeralda 

D of Richmond's br. c. by Touchstone, out of Cuckoo 

Ld Stanley's b. c, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Meeanee 

The pBi WDEBOAST Stakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft , for two year olds, colts Set. Tib., and fil- 
lies 8st. 5lb. ; the winner of the July, Chesterfield, If^opeful, Triennial, or Clearwell 
Stakes at Newmarl<et, the New Stakes at Ascot, tbe Ham, Levant, or Molecomb Stakes 
Ht Goodwood, the Prince of Walee'a Sukes at York the Champagne or 2U aov. Two 
Y^ear Old Stakes at Doncaster, to carry 61b., of any two of those stakes 91b, oKtra; th^ 



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winner of any other sweepstakes yalue 200 sot. includini^ the winner's own stake, and 
not having less than ten subscribers, to carry 31b. extra ; no horse to carry more than 
91b. extra, unless the winner of the Cle^rwell shall liave won that race carrying 91b. 
extra, in which case he is to carry 121b. extra for this race. T.Y.C. — 28 subs. 



Col Anson's eh. c. by Pantalootf—Blaek Bess 
■■ b. c. by Orlando, out of Gossamer 

b. f. by Orlando, out of Elopement 

D of Bedford's bl. c. Martinet 

Mr C^areVs b. e. Little J6hn 

lA Clifden's b. e. Hym»tt«$ 

Mr Combe's eh. f. by The Nob^Prematnre 

1^ Eglinton's bl. c. Lucio 
■■■■ br. c, AjtekieeM 

Ld Exeter's ch. c. Stoekwell 
- ch. c. lies 



-bl. c. 



Mr B. Farranee's f. by The Merry Monarch, 

out of Cestus 
Lid Glasgow's b. e. by Ithuriel, out of Gipsy, 

by Sir Hercules 
Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Maidstone 



MrOteville's b. c. Frantio 

— b. f . Protection 

Sir J. Hawley's br. c. by Touchstone, out of 

Lady Mary 

- ■' b. c. Bob Major 
Mr Howaid's b. f. Alhambra 
Mr J. J. King's eh. f. by Young Lochinvar, 

out of Madcap's dam 
Sir J. B. Mill's b. f. by Slane— Virginia 
Mr Payne's eh. f. HirsMta 
b. f. Oleniwe 



Col Feel's b. «. Lapidiet 

br.-c. The Nabob 



Sir R. Pigot's b. c. by Venison—Birthday 
D of Richmond's br. c by Ciiatham, out of 
Sherbet 



No day tnealimed. PB^oncB Swkepotakes of 200 aov. each, h. ft. for two \ear olds 
colts Set. 71b., miies Sat. 4lb.— T.Y.C. 
LdChest^eld's f. (dead) J^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

Ld Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm, out of Physalis ' 

Mr SheUey's b. c. The SU^, by Venison, out of Lucy Banks 



HOUGHTON MEETING, 1851. 

[Commences Monday, Oct. ST.] 

WEDNESDAY.— Port Match, 200 . sov, h. ft. 8gt. 4lb, each. No course mentioned. 
Col Peel's br. c. The Nabobf and ch. c. by Orlando— Malibran, atrst D of Bedford's b. c. 
ff^eatherjfoge^ and ch. c. Btujo, 

Match.— hi Caledon's b. f. fu. to Fyrrhus the Firtt, by Epinu^ agst Ld Qifden's b. f. 
Rosary, 8st. 71b. each, both two yrs old. T.Y.C— 500, h. ft. 

Match.— JA Caledon*8 ch. c. bro. to Shyluck, by Simoom, agst Ld Clifden's b. c. Hesperus, 
88t. 71b. each, both two yra old. T.Y.C— 500, h. ft. 

Match.-^D of Bedford's bl. n. Martinet, 8st 71b, agst Sir J. Hawley's br. f. Calorie, 
»st 41b, both 2 yrs old. T.Y.C— 100 h. ft, 

THUl^DAY.— Port AfatcA. 300 soy. h. ft. T.Y.C —No weights mentioned. Ld Exeter's 
ch. c. IleSt c. Ben Nevis, c. by Hetman Platoff, out of Timbria, and b. c Lens, agst D of 
Bedford's ch.c. Hugot b. c. fFeathergage, b. c.Carrt«r, and ch. c. Ambo. 

Pout Match. — 300 sov. h. ft. No weight or course mentioned. Ld Exeter's bl. f. The 
Nun, f. by St. Martin, out of Scarf, and b. f. by St. Martin, out of Amima, agst D of 
Bedford's b. f. Salvage, ch. f. Surge, and b. f. Svfhistry, 

The Glasgow Stakis of 100 soys, each, h. ft. for two year old colts, 8st 71b. each, 

Last three-quarters of K. M.— 8 subs. 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Magnes 

'• b. c. Hesperus 
Ld Exeter's ch. c. by St. Martin— Mecca 
• ch. c. Ile» 



Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Bob Maior 
Mr Payne's br. c. ffingenund 
D'of Kichmond's b. c. by Lanereost — 
Reel 



Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Slane — Southdown 

SwxKPSTAKES of 50 soys. each, h. ft., for two year olds, colts Sat. 71b. fillies 8st.41b. 
Ab. M. 



Col AMon's b. c. by Don John— I^Uypop 
1> of Bedford's bl. c. Martinet 
Ld Exeter's ch. c. JioM 
Mr E. Farranee's f. by The Merry Mo- 
pmrch^ ott^ of Cestof 



Sir J. Hawley's br. f, by Touohstonp, out of 

Lady Sarali 
Mr Howard's ch. c. St. Jlbcm 
Mr Flayne's b. t OlvfUucq 



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EPSOM, 1851. 

Sir O. HEATHCOTB, Bart^ and th« STEWARDS of the JOCKEY CLUB. Stbwabm. << 

" Mr. H. DoKuifOy Clerk of the Coune*— Mr. Ci.Aax, Judge.— Mr. Hibbobd. Starter. 

[Goipinencefl Tuesday, May 20. J 

WEDNESDAY.— The Dxrby Staku of 50 sov.each, h.ft. for three year olds, col to 
Sat. 7lb., fillies 8st. 21b. ; the owner of the second horse to receive 100 sot. oat of the 
atakes; the winner to pay 100 soy. towards expenses, and ftO sot. to the Judge. Mile 
and a half.— 195 sobs. 
The King of the Netherlands na. b. c. CtuB9$, by Pompey, oat of Interlude 
Mr R. Allen's b. c. Mischief, by Laanoelot, out of Delusion, by Comas 
Mr Allen's ch. c. The Samm, by Sleightrof-hand, out of Belle Dame 

br. c. Ligktfint^ by Sleigh^of'hand, out of Palma, by Emilias 

Col Anson's b. c. Hernandez^ by Pantaloon, outof Black fies* 

b. c. Potent, (dead) by Venison, out of Potentia 

■ ' b. c. by Touchstone, out of Ellipsis 

■ b. c. Banterer, by Charles XII., out of Banter 
b. 0. by Don John, out of Elopement 

Capt Archdall's br. c. Badajox, by Veulson, out of Europa 

Mr G. Barton's ch. c. Oalileo, by wilUam-le-gros or Ben-y-Glo, out of Biddy 

Mr Bastard's b. c. Pavi/ton, by 'Kremlin, out of Cecilia, by Comus 

Mr Bateman's eh. c. Lough JBatrn, by Magpie, out of Surprise 

Mr Batson's b. c. AVderrhaman, by Muley Moloch, out of Barbara 

Mr W. Beresford's b. c. Vngdbttnd^ by Cotherstone, out of Gitana 

Mr J. Booth's br. c. Sir Fel'iXy by Lanercost, otit of Melody's dam 

Mr Bowes's b. u. Australindyty Sleirht-of-hand, out of Mowerina 

Mr J. Bowles's D. c. Hibernian, by Harkaway, or May boy, out of Wiltons 

Mr W. H. Brook's br. c. Constellation^ by Lanercost, out of Moonbeam 

b. c. Juggernaut, by Lanercost. out of Idolatry 

Mr J. Brown's ch.c. Roman, by Emilius, out of Virginia 

Sir R. Bulkeley's ch. c. Hoohum Sniwu, by E^rus, out of the Hipped mare 

Mr Burgess's br. c. by Jerry, out of Maid of Kent, by Reveller 

b. c. by Dulcimer, out of My Niece, bv Whalebono 

Ld Caledon's b. c. Osceola, by Simoom, out of Verbena (late Molly Mogg) by Slane 

b. c. by Simoom, out of Lady Caroline, by Lord John 

b. c. Aaron Smith, by Simoom, out of Urganda 

Ld Chesterfield na. b. c. brotMr to Dra]teiow,hy Don John, out of Dil-bar 

Mr Jas. Clark's b. c. The Marlborough Buck, (h. b.) by Venison, dam by Defence 

Mr E. R. Clark's br. c. Olenhawlt, by Lanercost, out of Ayis by Camel 

br. K. Edufardof York, (late Cartouch) by Picaroon, dam by The Saddle 

Ld Clifden's br. c. Telescope, bv Lanercost, out of Gaze 

b. c. Harpsichord^ by I'onchstone, out of Concertina 

b. c. Oleander, by Touchstone, out of Olive 

■ b. c. Artisan, by Lanercost, out of Skilfnl 
ch. c. Beaufort, by JohnO'Gannt, out of Vacuna 

Mr Commerell's br. c. S&iman, by Vol-au-Vent, out of BobaJilla 
Capt Delme's br. c. Oip&y Boy, by Venison, out of Lady Trampoline 
Mr J.G. Dixon's br. g. Robert de Vallibus, by Laneicost, out of Ophelia 

ch. g. Molossus, by Epirus, out of Blemish, by Emilius 

Mr W. Edwards's b. c. Prtrntttottf, by The Emperor, out of Spangle 
Ld I'Jglinton's b. c. Pandemus, by Idle Boy, out of Venus 

b. c, Bonnie Dundee, by Lanercost, out of Blue Bonnet 

b. c. Sardonyx, by Emilius, out of Amaranth, by Bay Middleton 

Mr W. Etwall's ch. g. Iracundus, by Thistle whipper, out of mission 

ch. c. The Knight of the '1 histle, by Thistlewhipper, out of Soldier's Joy^ 

Ld Exeter's ch. c. Midas, by Beiram, out of Merope 

b. c. Ben More, by Sheet Anchor, out of Glenara 

' b. c. Phlegethon, by Phlegon, out of Scarf 

- br. c. by Plenipotentiary, out of Amiraa 



Mr. G. T. Ford's br. c. Ve la Rue, by Picaroon, dam by Colwick, oat ef Myntery, by 

Lottery 
Mr W. Garforth^s br. c. Tragedian, by Lanercost, out of Garriek's dam • 
Mr George's bl. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Lantern, by Lamplighter 
Mr J. Gill's ch. c. by Emilius, out of Hecate, by Wizard 

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Ld Glaagow's b. e. by Don Jobn, oat of Miss Whip 

b. c. Nondescrwty by Emilius, or Retriever, dam by Aetson — Ardrossan 

Mr J. Godwin's bl. c. Blach D&ugUu^ (h. b.) by Sir Hercules, out of Hotspur's «j% m 

Mr Gordon's br. c. Boo^ by The Ugly Buck, out of Wapiti 

Mr Giatwioke's ch. c. OirMBy by Robert de Gorham, out of Stomacher 

Mr B. Green's br. c. Lord Nel$on, by Lanercost, out of Jasmine, by Muley Moloch 

' b. c. OuarditMny by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Zillah, by Reveller 

b. g. Peter the OreaU by Emilius, out of Catherina, by Whisker 

•■' ■■■■ ■ ■■ br. c. Rexhamy by Emilius, out of Margaret, by Margrave 

br. c. Bemtrndiatty by Picaroon, out of Clarkia, by Muley Moloch 

' ■ ■ br. c. Beningbrwghy by Lanercost, out of Miss Gilmour, by Physician 
Mr. R. Greig's b. c. by The Earl of Richmond, out of Miss Delphine 
Mr Greville's ch. c. Ariosto, by Orlando, out of Preserve 

br. f. Barcelonay by Don John, out oi Industry 

ch. c. BrunnoWy by Plenipotentiary, out of Green Mantle 

Mr Gumey's b. c. Thickthuruy by St. Francis, dam by Jerry, out of Pastille 
Mr W. S. Halford's br. c. The Frime Ministery by Melbourne, out of Pantalonade 
Capt Harcoart*s b. c. brother to EUerdaleyhy Lanercost, dam (1838) by Tomboy 
Mr R. Harrison's ch. c. Don Pedro (late Fareholm), by Don John, out of Ratalia 
Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. The Confettor, by Cowl, out of Forest Fly 

ch. c. The Ban, by Don John, out of Young Defiance 

ch. c. BaUamoy by Cotherstone, out of Cheshire Witch 

ch. c. Teddingtony by Orlando, out of Miss Twickenham 

br. c. by Ascot, out of Testatrix 

- ro. c. by Venison, out of Haitoe 



Sir G. Heathcote's ch. c. by Velocipede, out of Lady Geraldine 

— — br. c. Spread Eagley by Lanercost, out of Cy therea 

br. c. by Lanercost, out of La Bellezaa 

Mr S. Herbert's ch. c. by Sir Hercules, outof Adela 

— — — -— ch. c. (dead) by Sir Hercules, out of Factory Girl 

br. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Miss Letty 

- ch. c. by Slane, out of Odessa 



Mr Hesseltine's ch. c. Labyrinthy by Minotaur, out of Malaga, by Glencoe 
■ b. c. The Tout (late Stapelgrove), by Picaroon, out of Miss Elis's dam 

br. c. The Oamblery by E. O., dam by Glaucus— Miss Southcote 

Mr G. Higgins's ch. c. ThesetUyhy Minotaur, out of New Year's Day, by Jerry 
Mr H. Hill's ch. c. JpmSy by Epirus, out of Emma, by Whisker 

ch. f. EpirOy by Epirus, out of Mickleton Maid 

Ld Howth's br. c. Trtmniony by Seahorse, out of Mrs. Smith's dam 
Mr Howard's b. e. Boabdily by Cotherstone, out of Sequidilla 

ch. c. Orectan, by Epirus, out of Jenny Jumps, by Rococo 

Mr E. J. Irwin's b. g. Lord Edwardy by Irish Bi'rdcatcher, out of Anna Maria 

Mr J. Irwin's b. c. Tfuenderholty by Smallhopes, out of Mustard, by Philip the First 

Mr J. Jamieson's bl. c. The Anchoritey by Launcelot, out of The Lady Abbess 

Mr Jaques's b. c. Entre-nouSy by Emilius, or Touchstone, out of Burletta 

■ ' b. c. fFarmatey by Emilius, out of Playmate 

Mr W. Jenkins's b. c. (dead) by Touchstone, out of Miss Slick 

b. cOm/ Manneringy by Bay Middleton, out of Madge Wildfire 

Ld Jersey na. b. c. by Bay Middleton, dam by Bizarre, out of Glenara 

Mr A. Johnstone's ch. c. The BriUmy by Old England, dam by St. Martin— Lady Eden 

ch, c. Hengisty by Old England, out of Epilogue 

bi, e. by St. Martin, out of Madelina 

- b.c. by St. Martin, out of Bess (sister to Our Nell) 



-— ~— b. c. (dead), by Charles Xil., out of Morsel 

br. cMoolrajy liy Charles XU., (dead) out of Manilla 

br. c. Mooltan, by Charles XIL, out of Abigail 

Mr W. Kimber'sch. c. The Knight of the Gartefy by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Motley 

Mr R. Laeey's b. c. Aristippus (dead), by Lanercost, out of Hinda, by Sultan 

Mr Jas. Lea's br. c. Sailor y by The Sea, out of Rebecca, by,Brutaudorf 

Mr W. Lev's b. c. Predilectiouy by Slane, out of Partiality 

Mr John I^illie's ro. c. Activey by Tory Boy, out of Dejanira 

Mr £. Littledale's b. c. Hippolytuny by Emilius, out of Fantastic, by Touchstone 

Capt Lowther's br. c. Boyney byMelbourne, out of Drogheda 

Mr Lumley's br. c. by Cardinal P uff, or Hawk's eye, out of Emigrant's dam 

bl. c. by Cardinal Puff, out of Peggy, by Muley Moloch 

Mr H. Mann'a b. c. Ricardm de Pichmmey by Bay Middleton, out of Miss Maria 
Ms Mace'a b* c« Hathertim, by Touchstone, out of Event 



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Mr Mare'g br. f. $candal, by Touehftone, dam by Diseount— Blncher^-^Merrinis 

Mr H. L. Maw't b. c. uilommna^ bv Lanercost, out of Calm, by Sheet Anchor 

Kir Meeson'g ch. c. Staffbrd^ by ^augh-a-Balla^h, out of The I>art'8 dam 

Mr Meiklam's b. c. by Trueboy, out of Farasina 

Mr Merry's b. c. Louis Napoleim, by Lanercost, out of Madame St. Clair 

Sir J. B. Miirs b. g. Mungo, by Maroon, out of Juliana, by Partiian ' 

ch. g. EurtUt by Epirus. out of Jingle 

Mr Neilflon's b. c. Pierre de Tovdiet by Touchstone, out of Charlotte Weat 

Mr Newcomen's b. c. by Tearaway, out of Kathmines' dam 

Mr Newton's in. c. Duster^ by Yaxley, dam f 1 840 by Velocipede, out of Alice 

Mr F. P. Newton's br. c. Oamester. by Sleight-of-hand, out of Jamie Falsliaw's dam 

Mr A. Nichol's b. c. Newminster, by Touchstone, out of Beeowini; 

Mr R. K. Oliver's b. c. Sir Rowland Trenchard^ by Ithuriel, out of Poll Maggot 

b. c. Dancing Jach^ by Lanercost, out or Mrs. Gill 

Mr Oibaldeston's b. c. by Toucnstone, oat of Mountain Sylph 

b. c. StaplejUla^ by Chatham, out of Yavn 

ch. c.by John o'Gaunt, dam (1842) by The Saddler, out of Mies Etty 

Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. The Black Doctiyry by The Doctor, out of Betsy Bird 

Mr T. Parr's ch. c. hro. to Van Diemen (dead), by Ascot, out of La vallete 

Mr Pedley's b. or ro. c. Philanthropist^ by Old England, out of Benevolence, by Recovery 

Col Peel's bl. c. The Black SeOf by Ion, out of Hester 

b. c. The Serpentine, by Ion, out of Sea-kale 

Mr C. M. Phillipps'sbl. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Miss Touchet, by Touchstone 
Sir R. Pieot's b. c. JEolut, by Don John, out of sister to Ainderby 

b. c. by Faugh-a-Ballagh, dam by Bran, out of Active 

Mr J. Powney's ch. c. Lnmartine, by Epirus, out of Grace Darling 

Mr Quin's br. c. fVhiJf, by Lanercost, out of Wheel 

Mr Kand's c. Eden^ by Auckland, out of Ttiangle 

Mr T. Robinson's br. c. by Kremlin, out of Glee 

Baron Rothschild's b. c. by Charles XII., dam (184S) by Touchstone, out of Ijiogtiish 

b. or br. c. by Tearaway, dam by Alcaston, out of Emilina 

Baron M. Rothschild's ch. c. by Epirus, out of Emerald 

Mr W. Sadler's br. c. Demon, by Archy, out of The Imp 

Mr St. George's ch.c. 6ro. to Cfutnticleer, by Irish Birdeatcher, out of Whim 

Mr Sare's b. c. by Buzzard, out of Pbinvari. by Beiram 

Mr S. Scott's b. c. Old Ralph Bum, by Kremlin, out of Minna, by The Colonel 

Mr W. Scott na. b. c. Chatsworth, by Dou John, out of Snowdrop, by Spencer 

Mr John Scott's br. c. Presto^ by Sleight-of-hand, out of Valentinia, by Speculator 

Mr J. Singleton, jun. na. br. c. Newman Noggs, by Lanercost, out of Sally Snob* 

Sir S. Spry'sbr. c. Batterer, by Charles XII., out of Bastile 

Ld Stanley's b. c« Storm, by Touclistone, out of Ghuznee 

b. c. Croupier, by Touchstone, out of Decoy 

br. c. Crotchet, by Touchstone, out of Caprice 

Mr W. Stebbine's ch. c. Bastinado, by Ratan, dam by Sam, out of Morpl 

b.c. Palmerston, by Melbourne, out ofSprite, General Sale's dam 

ch. c. Sawd,m,by Humpltrey (son of Sandbeck) out of Melsa. by Colwick 

b. g. Kossuth, by Ibis (son of Rainbow) dam by Camel, out of Albania 



■ b. c. Geurqei/, by Ibis, out of Albania, by Sultan 

- b. c. Knuok Knoll, by Sir Hercules, out of Testy 

- b. c. The Partridge, by Kremlin, out of Remorse 
-b.c. R\fie, by Red Deer, out of Hygeia, Coheiress's dam 



Mr R. Stephenson's b. c. Hippugriff", bv Montreal or Theon, out of Bay Araby 

Ld Strathmore's b. c. Convalescent, by The Cure, out of Dublin 

Mr T. Theobald's b. or br. c. Norton, bv Melbourne, d. (1839), by Cain, g. d. by Maley 

Mr Thompeon's b. c. Gholah Singh, by t)eft?neeor Gklaor, out of Nursling 

Mr Waller's ch.c. by Epirus, out of Knterprise 

Ld Warwick's br. c. Leap- Year, by Melbourne, out of Katherine, by Camel 

Ld Waterford's ch. c. Marquis o/Carihhas, by Irish Birdeatcher, out of Puss 

Mr Watson's bl. f. Tourh-mt-not, by Touchstone, out of The Ladye of SUverkel^ W«U 

Mr Watt's br. or b. c. Scapulary, by Lanercost, out of Ohio 

b. c. by Old England, out of Nitocris 

Mr Webster's br. c. Orosvenor, by Touchstone, out of Miss Beverlev, by Stockport 
Mr G. Wentworth'sch. c. j^zeth, by Ithuriel, out of Charlotte, by P<»4on 
Mr J. Whitworth's b. c. Serus, by Bay Middleton, dam by ColwicJc, out of Game Lass 
Mr Wigram's b. c. Napauk, by Cotherstone, out of Sheereen 

Mr Wilkinson's b. c. Neasham, by Hetman Platoff, out of The Wasp, by Muley Moloch 
"Ir C. Winteringham's ch. c. England: s Qlory, by Clarion^ or £mlliQS, <wl ef F^iie BM,. 
by Touchstone 

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Mr WHkins*8 br. t. AritUUf by Red Deer, out of Marietta, by Slieet Anchor 
Mr Williams's b. c. Scropst by Red Deer, out of Miss Hampion, by Hampton * 

b. or br. c. UlttmuSy by Red Deer, dam (ITie Conjurer's dam) by Partisan 

Mr Wilson's b. g. New Fvrett Buck (\t. b.) brother to New Forest Deer, by Venison 

Mr Worthington's br. c. Ooliah^ by Touchstone, out of Collina 

Mr S. Wreford's b. c. BnckhtmnH, by The Ugly Buck, out of Wedlock 

Mr J. ,Wyatt'8 br. c. XX, by Old England, out of Pile Ale 

FRIDAY.— Thk Oaks Starxs of &0 sov. each, h. ft. for three*year old Allies, Sst. Tn>. 
each ; the second to receiye 100 sov out of the stakes. The Winner to pay luo sov to- 
wards expenses, &e., and SO sov. to the Judge. Mile and a half. — 1S2 sulM. 

The King of the Netherlands na. ch. f. Patftnentt by tilane, out of Receipt 

Mr S. Adams's br. f. Th0 Maid 0/ the MU4, by Muley Moloch, d. by Emilius, out of 
Menalippe 

C^l Anson's ch. f. Ckrittina, by Don John, out of The Princess 



- b. f. by Don John, out of Lollypop 

- b.f. Theorem^ by Don John,* dam by 



Dr. Syntax, out of Problem 



Mr Bastard's b. f. by Slane, out of Blanchie 

Mr Bateman's b. or br. f. by Tearaway, out of Old Stock, by Drone 

D of Bedford's b. f Ariadne, by Minotaur out of Elitabeth 

Mr Bowes'sch. f. Kalonga^ by Hetman Platoff, out of Maid of Lune 

Mr W. Braithwaite's br. f. Funny, by Auckland, out of Aquatic, by Albemarle 

Ld Caledon's b. f. sister to lynnottt^ by Simoom, out of Cassandra 

Mr J. Cassidy's b. f fyfiittper^ by Cotherstone, out of Conscience 

Mr E. R. Clarke's ch. f. Thn Duchess 0/ J^eeds, by Ratcatcher out of Lady Liverpool 

— — — br. f. Jjotly Jane, by Picaroon, dam by Medoro, out of Mosti 

Ld Clifden's b. f. (falasy, by Bay Middleton, out of Plenary 

b. f. Regifiy by Bay Middleton, out of H.R.H. 

- br. f. Coticulahy Touclistone, out of Latitude 

— • br. f. Sneer (late Pikria), by Bay Middleton, out of Irony 

b. f. Glenocfity, by Plenipotisntiary, out of Glenlui 

b. f. M-ssilet by Bay Middleton, d. (Projectile's d.) by Velocipede 

Mr Cooper's b.f. by Melbourne, out of Ninny 

Mr R. £. Cooper's br. f. Indiana^ by Muley Mloloch, out of Pocahontas 

Mr Copeland's b. f. Drills by Touchstone, out of Parade 

Capt Delme'sb. or ro. f. Merry Afay, by Venison, out of Silverlock 

Mr J G. Dixon's br. f. The Ahbess^hy Lanereost, out of Fellow-Commoner's dam 

■ — b. f. Terpsichtfret by Epirus, out of Celeste, by Camel 
MrC. Dorrien's b. f. Chavlet, by Cowl, out of Charming Kate 

Mr J. S. Douglases ch. f. Irene, l>y Epirus, dam by Muley, out of Rosalia 

Mr W. Edwards's b. f. Prima Donna, by The Emperor, out of Minaret 

Ld Eglinton's b. f. Emeute, by Laneroost, out of Hellona 

Mr W. Etwall's ch. f. sister to Bushranger, by lliistlewhipper, out of Australia 

— ^— — ch. f. Antigone, b> Thistlewliipper, out of iEgis 

Mr Ewbank's b. f. fVish, by Touchstone, out of Hope 

Ld Exeter's'b. f. Metita, by Plenipotentiary, out of Toga 

■■■ch.f. Ambassadress, by Plenipotentiary, out of Macremma 

br. f. Cilia, by Beiram, out of Celia 

ch. f. sis,tt} Gardenia, by Beiram, out of Datura 

b. f. Phlegra, by Phlegon, out of Elegance 

Mr G. S. Ford's ro. f. Forlorn Hope, by Charles XII, outof Baleine 

Mr H. Freeman's b. f Otiiaia, by Orlando, out of Stamp 

Mr W. Garforth's gr. f. by Lanercost, dam by llie Saddler, out of Don John's dam 

lA Glasgow's br. f. by La'nercost, or Retriever, out of Phvsalls 

Mr Gordon's b. f. Twile, by Venison, out of Folly 

Mr Gratwicke's bi. f. The SauaWs by Robert de Gprham^ outof Mary 

■ — br, f. Anspaeh, by Robert de Gorham, out of Margravine 

•*— ^— b. f. Hesse Hombwg, by Robert de Gorham, out of Landgravine 

b. f . Henrietta, by Merry Monarch, out of Cestns 

Mr Greville's br. f. Barcelona, by Don John, out of Industry 

~— br. f. Ginevra, by Orlando, out of Jamaica 

' ch. f. Ctntxtanc^, by Epirus, out of Little Finch 

ch. f. Pluih, by Plenipotentiary, out of Velveteen 

Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Vemwth, by Cothentone, outof Vat 



b. f. Haxy, by Venison, out of Darkness 
- b. f. Merry Peal, by Slane, out of Vibration 
-b, f. sister to MiaMtf by Venisoft, o«ti»f Diversion 



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Sir J. Hawley*a br. f. Aphrodite, by Bay Middleton, out of Venn*, by Sx H«reiil«s 
Sir 6. Heatheote's b. f, by Epirus, oat of Dark Sasan 
Mr Henry's ch. f. Jvlia, by Epirus, out of Monstrosity 

b. f. PM«y (late Mignonne) by Lanercost, out of Ma Mie 

Mr H. Hill's ch. f. j^tra,by Epirus, out of Mickleton Maid 
Mr Howard's ch. f. Preitige^ by Epirus, out of Retrospect 
Mr Humphries's b. f. by Bay Middleton, out of L'Hirondelle 
Mr T. Hussey's b.f. Rara Avis^ by Cowl, out of The Magnet's dam 
Mr Jaques'sch. f. Heirloom, by Clarion, out of Galena 

ch. f. Emily Bell, by Emilius, out of Bella 

Mr W. Jenkins's ch. f. Forttata, by Slane, out of the Oipsy Queen, by Dr. SynUx 

b. f. Cwl, by Epims,dam (The Jester's dam) by Whisker 

Mr A. Johnstone's b. f. Maggy, by St. Martin, out of Sweetbriar 

b. f. by St. Martin, out of Messalina 

■ ch. f. Marion^ by St. Martin, out of Rebecca 

br. f. Vinchy by St. Martin, out of Maif^ry 

b. f. Harleminade. by St. Martin, out of Eatravaganxa 

Mr Jones's b. f. lanihey by Ion, out of Ringworm 

Mr J. Kingston's ch. f. Delia, by Epirus, or Cotherstone, out of Sophia, by Camel 

Mr Kirby's b. f. lAttle Hannah, by Lanercost, d. (1843{) by Phcenix ~ Miss Clifton 

Mr Lawson's ch. f. Minna (h. b.), bv Napier, out of Caurouch's dam 

Mr Lillie's b. or br. f. Qwtn Bte, by Tory-boy, out of Miss Frill 

b. f. by Tory-boy, out of Mamsel Ots 

Mr. J. Little's b. f. Coiibn, by Cotherstone, out of The Wryneck 

Mr R. G. Lumley's bl. f. Madame fFharton, by Cardinal Puff, out of Rackety Girl's dam 

b. f. Greenjield, by Camel Junior, out of Mareellina, by Akarius 

Mr Mare's br. f. Pandora, bv PanUloon, out of Lobelia, by Camel 

br. f. Scandal, by Touchstone, dam by Discount * 

' ch. f. Vanity, by Slane, out of Breastgirth 

Mr Merry's b. f. Maid qfthe Mumtain, by Lanercost, out of Maid of Motherweirs dam 

Sir C. Monck's b. f. bv Lanercost, out of Garland 

Mr Mostyn'sb. f.by Touchstone, out of Princess Alice, by Liverpool 

Mr A. Nichol's b. f. Beatrice (dead^, by Touchstone, out of Queen Bee 

Mr R. E. Oliver's ch. f. Itchia, by Ithuriel, out of Grace Darling, by Sheet Anchor 

Ld Orford's b. f. by Arundel, out of Mangosteen 

' br. f. Alboni, by the Grand Duke, out of Adelgund 

Mr Osbaldeston's ch. f. by Pantaloon, out of Camp-follower 
Mr Payne's ch. f. Catalpa, by Epirua, out of Kalmia 

ch. f. Olendale, by Cotherstone, out of Glencaime 

ch. f. Citadel, by Epirus, out of Glacis 

Col Peel's br. f. Naphtha, by Slane, d. (Iodine's d.) by Sir Hercules 

b. f. mter to Sesostris, by Slane, out of Palmyra 

Sir R. Pigot's br. f. Mexico, by Muley Moloch, out of La Belle Sanvage 

D of Richmond's ch. f. Hurry Scwry, by Pantaloon out of Confusionee 

Mr J. Hogers's b. or br. f. Jubilee, by Jerry, out of Prosody's dam 

Mr. Rolfs br. f. Ingratitude, by Jerry, out of Arethusa, by Elis — Aunt Bliss 

Baron Rothschild's b. f. by Kremlin, out of Evening Star 

Mr W. Sadler's ro f. by Venison, out of Witticism 

Mr Isaac Sadler's b. f. Sepulchre, by Arehy, out of Herculaneum 

I A John Scott's b. f. Miserrima, by Pantaloon, out of Phryne 

Mr J. Scott's b. f. Frolicsume, by Cotherstone, out of Cyprian 

b. f. iMuie, by Emilius, or Voltaire, out of Miss Horewood 

Mr S. Scott's br. f. by Kremlin, out of Gaiety, by Touchstone 

Ixl Stanley's ch. f. Irts, by Ithuriel, out of Miss Bowe 

Mr W. Stebbing's br. f. Maid of all fFork, by Don John, out of Stitch 

• b. f. Emily, by Melbourne out of Francis, by Dr. Faustus 

b. f. Pet Lamb, by Melbourne, out of Louise, by Sir Hercules 

br. f. TrieJi, by Sleight-of-hand, out of Flenr-de-Lys, by Sheet Anchor 

Ld Strathmore's ch. f. Ella, by Gilbert Gnrney, out of Seaweed 

Mr Thompson's b. f. OrarMla, by Defence, or Galaor, out of Pharmaoopsaia 

Mr J. Tilbury's b. f. by CAiarles XII., out of Manffel«wurzel 

Mr Verrall's ch. f. Perfume, bv Dulcimer, out of Y. Mignionette 

Mr Walker's ch. f. Gay Lass, by Ithuriel, out of Little Bird 

Ld Warwick's ch. f. Avia, by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Barbarina 

Ld Waterford's ch. f. sis. to Battinkeele, by Irish Birdcatoher, out of PerdiU 

• ' ' ■ - ch. f. by Corranna, out of Red Rose 

'^r Watson's br« f. Mirage, by Cothexstone» out of TreacheioiM 

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Mr Watson'A bl. f. Touchrtne-nott by Touchstone, out of Ladye of Silverkeld Well 

b. f. Nineveht by Cotherstone, out of Annette 

Col Westenra's b. f. IVanton, by Freney, out of Welfare 

Mr J. Whitworth's bl. f, Brebttj by Touchstone, out of Lady Mary 

— — b. f. The Little Fflw»,by Venison, out of Lady Sarah, by Velocipede 

Mr Wigram's br. f. by Bay Middleton, dam (Corranna's dam) byPerchance 
Mr W. Wright's b. f. Miss Flyaway^ by Cotherstone, out of Miss Flareaway 
Mr John Wotton's ch. f. by Valentissimo, out of Jennv Jones, by Sir Hercules 
Mr W. York's b. f. The Incurable^ by The Cure, out of Elphine, by Emilius 
— — b. f. by The Cure, dam by Plenipotentiary, out of Tontine 

1852. 

WEDNESDAY The Debby Stakes of 50 sov. each. h. ft., for three year olds, colts 

8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 21b. The second to receive 100 sov. out of the stakes; and the 
winner to pay 100 sov. towards the expenses of the course, and 50 sov. to the Judge. 
Mile and half.-^186 subs. 

Mr R. B. AUardice's br. f. by Fancy Boy, out of Pelisse, by Spencer 

Col Anson's b. c. by Orlando, out of Gossamer 

. b. c. by Orlando, out of The Princess 

br. c. IJy Don John, out of Lolly pop 

eh. c. by Pantaloon, out of Black Bess 

Capt Archdall's b. c. by Lanercost, out of Oh Don't 

Mr Josiah Arnold's b. c. Little Harry^ by Epirus, out of Fraudulent 

Mr H. Baker's b. c. Tomato, by Mango, out of Testatrix, by Touchstone 

Mr G. Barton's bl. c. Vie Surveyor y by The Doctor, out of Fairy Queen, by Brutandorf 

ch. c. ScipiOy by Ben-y-Ghlo, out of The Biddy 

Mr P. Bateman's ch. c. Dismay, by Magpie, out of Surprise 

Count Batthyany's br. c. The Monk, by Cowl, out of Sophia, by Camel 

D of Bedford's ch. c. Hi^o, by Weatherbit, out of Esmeralda 

■ ■■ b. c. ff^eathnrgage, by Weatherbit, out of Taurina 

Mr Blake's b. c. by The Merry Monarch, out of Bourra 'i'omacha 
Mr Philip Booth's b. c. Missing, by Envoy, out of Moose Deer 
Mr T. Booth's br. c. by Verulam, out of Makeless, by St. Martin 
Mr Bowes's ch. c. by trish Birdcatcher, out of Forget-me-Not 

ch. c. by Verulam, out of Wiasma 

Mr Bradshaw's b. c. Barbarian, by Simoom, out of Lady Barbara's dam 
MrJBristow's br. c. by Manco, out of Arethusa (FernhiU's dam) 
Ld Bruce's br. c. The Knight of the Shire, by Sir Hercules, out of Split- vote 
Mr Tlios. Bowman's b. c. Nutcracker, by Nutwith, out of Cantata, by Muley 
Mr Carew's br. e- The Prophet, by Lanercost, out of Myrrha, by Malek 

b. c. Little John, by Scutari, out of Wee Pet 

Mr C. H. Carew's c. by Siane, out of Charlotte, by Liverpool 

Mr F. Clark's b. c. Croat, by Cotherstone, out of Polyxena 

Mr Jas. Clark's b. c. Elcot, by Venison, dam by defence, out of Nike 

Ld Clifden's b. c. Hymettus, by Bay Middleton, out of Bees'- wax 

b. c. Hesperus, by Bav Middleton, out of Plenary 

b. f. Rosary, by Touchstone, out of Crucifix 

■ b. c. Magnes, by Touchstone, out of Latitude 

b. c. Sackbut, by Touchstone, out of Concertina 

b. c. Hyacinth, by Bay Middleton, out of Snowdrop 

b. c. Duiland, by Lanercost, out of Gaze 

Mr Copeland's b. c. T)ie Corporal, by Orlando, out of Parade 

Mr W. Cuthbert's br. c. Olendinning, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Queen of Tyne'sdam 

b. c. Kingfisher, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Queen of Tyne 

Mr Stirling Davidson's br. c. Vortex, by Voltaire, out of Martha Lynn 
Mr Dawson's ch.c. The Varmint, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Parasina 

b. c. Tom Punch, bjr Perion, out of Windlass 

Mr T. Dawson na. b. e. Fortis, by Red Dcier, out of Marietta 

Mr C. Dorrien'abl. c. Chief Baron Nicholson, by The Baron, out of Ally Croaker 

b. c. by Lanercost, out of Flash of Lightning 

Ld Eglinton's ch. c. Pehpidas, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bellona 

b. c. Themistocles, by Fancy Boy, out of Themis 

b. c. Claverhouse, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Blue Bonnet^ 

Ld Enfield's b. c. Poodle, by Ion, out of Ma Mie , 

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Mr W. Ewb&nk's b. c. Sir John Franklin^ by The Sea, out of Lorimer's dam 

b. c. Matham^ by Nutwith, dam by Velocipede, oat of Sultanes* 

Ld Exeter's ch. c. by St. Martin, out of Mecca 

ch. c. //**, by Beiram, out of Patura 

ch. c. Stofkwell^ by The Baron, out of Pocahontas 

- b. c. Lens, by St. Martin, out of Camera Obsctira 



Mr Farrance's br. c. Claverhousey by Launcelot, out of Gadfly 

b. c. Joe Miller y by Venison, out of Witticism 

Mr Fuller's b. c. by Slane, dam (1838) by Camel, out of Walfruna 

Mr J. Gill's ch. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Hecate 

Mr Gill's b. c. by Irish Birdcatcher. out of Flower of the Tees 

Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Slane, out of Alarm's dam 

Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Maielstone, by Chatham, out of Mary 

b. c. Canterbury f by Chatham , out of The Landgravine 

Mr J. R. Greig's ch. c. by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Delia, by Dick 

Mr Greville's b. c. Oerard^ by Alarm, out of Miss Heathcote 

Field Marshal Grosvenor's f. Dividend, by Auckland, out of Diploma 

Mr Gully's b. c. by The Emperor, dam by Wiseacre, out of Clansman's dam 

Mr Halford's b. c. Peppermint, bv Sweetmeat, out of Pantalonade 

Mr Hall's c. Mangrove, by The Ntagnet, or Mango, out of Minna Troil, by Elis 

Mr Harrison's br. c. Major, by The Era, out of Giselle, by Emilias 

Mr T. Harrison's b. c. The Old English Oak, by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Delaine 

MrS. Hawke's b. e. bv Irish Birdcatcher, out of Cinizelii, by Touchstone 

.Sir J. Hawley's b. c. ^ob Mav.r, by Old England, out of Vibration 

b. c. Songster, by li>uchstone. out of Cavatina 

br. c, by Old England, out of Science 

b. c. Hautboy, by Old En^^land, out of Lady Strut 

b. c. by Alarm, out of Haitoe 

b. f . by Toachsrone, out of Cheshire Witch 

Sir G. Heathcote's br. c. by Lanercost. out of Zenobia 

br. c. by Lanercost, out of Japan, by Amato 

br. c. by Lanercost, out of Nannette 

Mr R. Hebblethwaite's b. c. The Aristocrat, by Ithuriel, d. by Medoro, out of Mosti 
Mr S. Herbert's b. c. brother to Deicoon, by Sir Hercules, out of Zebra 

b. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Odessa 

br. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Miss Letty 

ch. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Empress, by Emilius 

Mr Hesseltine's b. c. The Guvemoi', by The Squire, out of Tabitha Bramble 

b. c. Tramp, by Liverpool, out of Gipsy, by Sir Hercules 

Mr G. Higgius's b. c. Sir PFUliam Harpur, by Gilbert Gumey, out of New Year's Day 

Mr H. HiU's c. John ofJjeyden, by Alarm, out of Polka, by Kmilius 

Mr Hodgson na. b. c. Northman (late Lavolta), by Lanercost, or Irish Birdcatcher, oat 

of Colocvnth 
Mr C. H. faoUoway's br. c. Richard Primmer, by Venison, d. by St. Nicholas, out of 

Mrs. Walker 
Mr Howard's b. c. Geleon, by Ion, out of Jenny Jumps 

f. Alhambra, by Cotherstone, out of Sequidilla 

Mr T. HuBsey's b. or br. c. Sir Jo/in Barleycorn, by Ishmael, or The Baron, oat of 

Love's-lip 
Mr Jrwin's b. c. brother to King ofKildare, by Tearaway, out of Anna Maria 
Mr Jaques's ch. c. Oddfellow, by Ithuriel, out of Burletta 

b. c. Snorter, by Irish Birdcatch?r, out of Bella 

Mr A. Johnstone's br. c' Garibaldi, by Gladiator, out of Revival, by Pantaloon 

br. c. bv Verulam, out of Jennala (wrong nom.) 

ch. c. St. Alban, by Verulam, out of Morsel, by Mulatto 

■ br. c. by Verulam, out of Abigail 

— — ch. c. by Verulam, out of The Hind, by Actaeon 

— b. c. by Charles XIL, out of Remember, by Jerry 

br. c. by Annandale, out of Wagtail, by Wliisker 

Mr Kirby's b. c. The Grand Duke, by Lanercost, dam by PhcBnix, out of Miss Clifton 

Mr E. Littledale's bl. c. Lucio, by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Fantastic, by Touchstone 

Mr G. J. Lloyd's b. c. Toung Hammond, by Ithuriel, out of Easter, by Brutandorf 

Captain Lowther's b. c. Chopkins, by The Nob, out of Corinna 

Mr J. Lucas na. b. or br. c. Prince Rupert, by Galipoli, out of Remorse 

Mr Mare's b. c. by Venison, out of Breastgirth 

Mr C. Marsou na. br. c. by Theon, out of Rebecca, by Comus 

Major Martyn's b. c. Convulsion^ by Alarm, out of Elf 



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Mr Meiklam't b. e. Cleveland, by Fancy-boy, out of Modesty 
Mr Merry's h. c. Saredon, by Venilam, out of Ridotto 

b. c. Qarihaldi, by Moss Trooper, out of Madame St, Clair 

Sir W. Milner's ch. c. The GtAden Age, by The Era, out of O^tberton's dam 

Mr G. Morton's br. c. by Fancy-boy, out of ch. m. by Valparaiso, out of Helen Mar 

Mr J. Murphy's b. c. by The Ugly Buck, out of sister to Johnny 

ch. c. bro. to Runbitrottgh, by Tears way, out of Cruiskeen 

Mr F. P. jNewfon's b. c. Ocean Mvnarch, by The Sea, out of Young Marion 
Mr Newton's bl. c. Harry Blu/f, by The Sea, out of Lady Gay Spanker 
Mr A. Nichol's br. c. Nurham^ by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bee's- wing 
M> S. 0' Meagher's b. or br. c. Galtimoreyhy Simoom, out of Osprey 
Mr G. Ongley't br. c. by Gilbert Gnmey, out of Fama, by Dr. Syntax 
Ld (Word's br. c. Alcnrati, by Theon, out of Adelgund 

b. c. by Arundel, out of Bay Dorothy 

Mr. Osbaldeston's b. c. by Touchstone, out of Quren of Beauty 

b. c. by Touchstone, out of Fugleman's dam 

b. c. by Hetman PlatofTdam (1841) by Camel— Lady Elizabeth, by Lottery 

Mr W. Overman, jun.'s br. c. St- Andrew, by Drayton, out of Speed, by IxJttery 

Ld Palmerston's c. Buckthorn, by Venison, out of'Zeila, by Emilius 

Mr Payne's br. c. Wingenund, by Lanercost, out of Valentine 

Mr T. H. Pedley's ch, c. fFideawake, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of iEtheria 

Col Peel's br. c. The Nabob, by the Nob, out of Hester 

b. c. Livermere, by Slane, out of Palmyra 

— ^ b. c. Lapiditt, by Touchstone, out of io 

— ^ b. c. by Venison, out of Queen Anne 

ch. c. by Orlando, out of Malibran 

Sir R. Pigot's b. c. by Venison, out of Birthday, by Pantaloon 

ch. c. by i4ugh-a-BallHgh, dam by Bran, out of Active 

Mr H. B. Powell's b. or br. c. The Freetrader, by The Sea, out of Miss Cobden 
D of Richmond's b c. by Lanercost, out of Reel 

br. c. by Touchstone, out of Cuckoo 

■ br. c. by Chatham, out of Sherbet 

Mr T. Robinson's b. c. by Venison, out of Glee 

Mr Roeers's br. c. Theodxne, by Theon, out of Prosody's dam 

Mr Rolfs b. c. George II t^ by Venison, out of Arethusa, by Elis 

ch. c. Morton Tatef, by Epirus, out of The Lady of Pen-y-daren 

Baron Rothschild's ch. c. by Phlegon, out of Marinella, by Soothsayer 

Mr Rothwell's br. c. J£meri/-St<me, bv Touchstone, out of Gulhane 

Sir C. Rnshout's b. c. by F*augh-a-bal1agh, oat of Niobe, by Defence (h. b.) 

Mr St. George's b. c. by Harkaway, out of Whim 

Ld J. Scott's b. c. by Pantaloon, out of Phryne 

Mr J. Scott's ch. c. Phantom, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Ariel, by Liverpool 

br. c. Don Carlos, by Don John, out of Valentina 

Mr J. Singleton, jun., na. br.' c. iMzarug, by Lanercost, out of Sally Snobs 
Mr W. Stebbing's b. c. Toting Hawthorn, by lanercost, out of Alice IJawthom 

— ch. c. Forttmio, by Orlando, out of Dominus 

— — ch. c. Ovando, by Orlando, out of Switch 

b. c. Serrano, by Orlando, out of Ninny 

bt. c. by Fancy 'Boy, out of Miss Gilmour 

Mr H. Stebbing's br. c. Anchises by Fancy Boy, d (1941) by Physician, — Little Bird 
Mr Steer's c. The Bird of Frey, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Semiseria 
Mr Stephenson s b. c. Uaraeara, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Yarico 

b. c. Fana/ Bird, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Fancy 

Ld Strathmore's br. c. Shouman, by Launcelot, out of Specimen 

b. c. Chimney Sweep, by Toucliatono, out of May 

Mr H. J. Thompson's b. c. Oujecrat, by Galaor, out of Pharmacopoeia 

Mr. Tilston's b. c. Lord of the Manor, by Auckland, out of Cecilia 

Mr Waller's b. c. Orelio, by Orlando, out of his Kegalia'a dam 

Mr Watson's ch. c. Child of the Mist, by Touchstone, out of The I^dye of Silverkeld Well 

■' bl. c. Ambrose, by Touchstone, out of Annette, by Priam 
Mr Watt's b. or br. c. San Benifo, by Lanercost. out of Ohio 

b. or br. c. Dm Issachar, by Launcelot, out of Barba (1845), by Lanercost, out 

of Cara 
Mr B. Way's b. c. Stapleton, by Slane, out of Chamois 
Mr Whitworth's br. c. by Touchstone, out of I-ady Mary, by Voltaire 
Mr Wiffram's b. c. Peacock, by Alarm, out of Tel'eta 
Mr Wilkin na. ch. c. Stratagem, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Benevolence 



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Mr Wilkinson's c. DringliouseSy by The Doctor, out of Confaaionee 

Mr Williams's b. or br. c. Fancy Free, by Fancy Boy, out of Mrs. Fitswilliam 

ch. c. Xenophmt by Red Deer, out of Persian 

b. or br. c. De Winter, by BiilHukeele, out of Venus, by Amsdis 

Mr C. Winteringham's b. or br. c. Macedonian, by Y. Priam, out of Y. Bamboo** dam 

Mr J. F. WoflBnden's ch. c. King ff Trumps^ by Velocipede, out of Mis. Gill 

Mr Wreford's b. f. by Launcelot, out of Wedlock 

Ld Zetland's ch. c. Atyur, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Castanette's dam 

FRIDAY — The Oaks Stakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft., for three year old Gllies, 8st. 71t>. 

each ; the second to receive 100 sov. out of the stakes. The winner to pay lUO so^. 

towards the expenses, and 30 sov. to the Judge. Mile and a half. — liiG subs. 
Ld Airlie's br. f. Kestrel, by Lanercost, out of Avis, by Camel 
Mr R. B. Allardice's br. f. by Fancy-boy, out of I'elisse, by Spencer 
Col Anson's b. f. by Orlando, out of Elopement 
Mr G. Barton's bl. f. Anna Thillon, bv The Doctor, out of Teflis 

b. f. Lady Hesktfth, by The Doctor, out of Lady Skipeey 

Count Batthyany's b. f. Queen-bee, by Amorino, out of Mayny, sister to Monche 

b. f. Susan, by Touchstone, out of Fanny, by Whisker 

Mr Bowes's ch. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Mickleton Maid 

■ b. f. by Hetman Platoff, out of Maid of Lune 

— — — - b. f. by Ithuriel, out of Ukraine 

Mr Carew's br. f. Florence^ by The Cure, out of E^ria, by Emilius 

Mr F. Carr's br. f. Sweet Pea, by Touchstone, out of I^nk Bonnet 

Mr P. Clarke's f. Sabra, by Pantaloon, out of Pione 

Mr £. R. Clark's f. by The Emperor, out of Peeress, by Priam 

^ Clifden's b. f. Rosary, by Touclistone, out of Crucifix 

— — — b. f. Copia, by Lanercost, out of Plenty 

b. f. Seccatura, by Bay Middleton, out of Blue Devil 

Mr James Cookson's br. f. Launceletta, by Launcelot, out of sister to Coheiress 
Mr Copeland's ch. f. The Lady Amyott, by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Rosa, by Ctdn 
Mr Dawson's br. f. Galvanism, by The Doctor, out of The Shadow 
Capt Delme's b. f. Tremble, by Alarm, out of Silverlock 
Mr C. Dorriens b. f. Carinetta, by Auckland, out of Charming Kate 
Mr Douglas's ch. f. Miss Oiddy, by Pantaloon, out of Rona's dam. by Muley 
Mr G. Drewe's f. Folusia, by Sur Isaac, out of Vesta, by The Saddler 
Ld Eglinton's b. f. Urania, by Idle Boy, out of Venus, by Langar 
b. f. Veraeitv, hj Lanercost, out of Rectitude 



Ld Exeter's f. by St. Martin, out of Scarf 

f. by St. Martin, out of Macremma 

b. f . by St. Martin, out of Toga 

b. f. by St. Martin, out of Amima 

Mr Farrance's b. f. by Ion, out of Christina, by laurel 

Mr Francis's b. f. Dorothea, by Lanercost, out of sister to Gasparoni 

Ld Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm, out of Physalis 

ch. f. by John o'Gaunt. out of Conspiracy 

Mr Gratwicke's b. f. Maria, by Tlie Merry Monaroh, out of Stomacher 
Mr Gregory's b, f* by Orlando, out of Clarissa's dam 
Mr Greville's b. f. QreeTigage, by Alarm, out of Preserve 

— • b. f. Chaffinch, by Alarm, out of Little Finch 

b. f. Protectiun, by Slane, out of The Farmer's Daughter 

Field Marshal Grosvenor's f. Dividend, by Auckland, out of Diploma 
Mr Harker's br. f. Patience, by Lanercost, out of Billet-doux 
Mr Harrison's b. f. Needle, by Lanercost, out of Stitch . 
Sir J. Hawley's br. f. Misericorde, by Don John, out of Mendicant 
■■ ■ b. f. by Touchstone, out of Cheshire Witch 

br. f. Caloric,hy Hetman Platoff, out of Oxygen 

b. f. by Venison, out of Dauntless 

Sir G. Heathcote's b. f. by Lanercost. out of Cytherea 

ch. f. by Cotherstone, out of Damascene, by Reveller 

Mr HeAeltine's bl. f. CatcKem, by Iriih Birdcatcher, out of Penang's dam 
Mr H. Hill's f. Magnetic, bv Touchstone, out of Jet, by Velocipede 

ch. f. Canina, by ^pirus, out of Miss Horewood 

Mr Philip Hill's br. f. Aetress, by Confederate, out of Celeste, by Camel 
Mr R. Holmes's b. f. Ijolaget by Epirus, out of Mulligatawny 
Mr Howard's f. Alhambra, by Cotherstone, out of Seauidilla 
Mr Huasey's f. Lady babel, by The Baron, out of Red Rose 



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Mr Jepson's ch. f. Beu ofHardmek, by Ithariel, out of Snowdrop, by Speneer 
Ld Jersey 'h b. f. by Bay Middleton, dam by Bisarre, out of Glenara 

. b. f. by Epinis, out of Joanna 

Mr A. Johnstone's b. f. by Verulam, out of Margery, by Voltaire 
- br. f. by Annandale, oat of Manilla 
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1 br. f. The Scourge, by Charles XII. out of Executrix 

br. f. by St. Martin, out of Messalina 

— ~ b. or ro. f. Helen Favctt, by T^lemachus, out of Rebecca, Alice Hawthorn's dam 

- b. f . by Verulam, out of Quadron 
Mr Jones's b. f. Traftetty, by Touchstone, out of Steppingstone's dam 
Mr E. Jones's b. f. Cxarinet by Charles XII., out of Brenna, by Bran 
Mr Kirby's b. f. The Oraad DueheUt by Lanercost, dam by M. Moloch, out of Miss Tlio- 

masina 
LA FI. O. Lennox** b. f. Brawn, by Chatham, or Robert de Gorham, out of Oxonian's dam 
Mr R. G. Lumley's b. f. by Hetman Platoff, out of Infidelity, by VolUire 

b. f. by Hetman Plato£f, oat of Uackety Girl's dam 

— ^— br^ f. by Hetman Platoff, out of Barcelona, by Cervantes 

—- b. f. by Hetman Platoff, dam by Blacklock, out of sister to Barefoot 

Mr Mare's b. f. »ister to Uathertmt by Touchstone, out of Event 

b. f. by Lanercost, out of Lobelia 

Mr W. Mercer's b. f. by RaUn, dam by Melbourne, out of Lisbeth, by Phantom 

8ir J. B. Mill's b. f. by Slane, out of Viri^inia 

» br. f. by The Baron, out of Juliana 

.*<ir C. Monck's br. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Cast-eteel 

Ld Orford's b. f. Sophistn/, by Theon, out of Bettina 

Mr Payne's eh. f. HinutOt by Gotherstone, out of Kalmia 

b. f. OUniuce, by Slane, out of Glencaime 

b. f. Freedom, by Cotherstone, out of Ltbertv 

Mr T. H. Pedley's ro. f. TroutseaUf by Gameboy, out'of Bridal 
Col Peel's b. f. by Touchstone, out of Hersey 

ch. f. sigter to Naphtha, by Slane, out of Iodine's dam 

- na. ch. f. Artichoke, by Archy, out of Sorrel, bv Slane 
Capt Pettat's bl. or ch. f. Lunette, by Barnacles, out of femerity 
Mr J. Powney's b. f. by Alarm, dam by Slane, out of Elissa 
Mr BLamsbottom's b. f. Htji Crou Bun, by Alarm, out of Queen of Cyprus 
D of Uichmoud's b. f. xister to Red Hart, by Venison, out of Soldier s Daughter 

b. f. by Chatham, out of Estelle 

Mr Robinson's b. f. bv Irish Kirdcatcher, out of Minerva 
Sir C. Rushout's b. f. by Spanish Jack, out of Combat's dam (h. b.) 
D of Rutland's b. f. by Cotherstone, out of Virago 
Mr J. Scott's b. f. Songstress, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Cavatina 
Mr John Shepherd's ch. f. Alberta, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Memento 
Sir S. Spry's or. f. BastUiana, by Charles XII., out of Bastile 
Mr W. Stebbing's b. t by Ithnnel, out of I^y Harriet, by Sir Hercules 
. b. f. by Lianercost, out of Princess Alice, by Bay Middleton 

■ ■ b. f. by Ithuriel, out of Sorella's dam 
■ - b. f. by LAnercoat, out of Tricky's dam 
Mr. Stephenson's b. f. Ewphany, by Voltaire, out of Eulogy 
Mr. H. Stephenson's b. f. Bedtoing, by Freedom, or lied l>eer» dam by Cain, grandam by 

Bmtandorf 
Mr. H. J. Smith, Jun., na. b. f. The Chase, by Venison, d. by Little Red Rover— Eolfit 
Mr H. J. Thompson's b. f. Gutpurba, by Defence, or Galaor,'dam (1839) by Hindoo 
Mr Walker'a b. f. sister to Electricity, by Loadstone, out of Bourton's dam 
Mr Waller's b. f. Oetavia, by Orlando, out of Enterprise 
Mr Watt's b. or br. f. Alisette, by Launcelot, out of Cant 
Mr Watson's br. f. France, by Cotherstone, out of Annette (wrong nom.) 
Mr B. Way's b. f. Kate, by Auckland, out of The Gipsv Queen, by Dr. Syntax 

br. f. sister to Conyngham, by Slane, dam by Whiaker 

Mr T. Wesley's br. f. by Counsellor, out of Newporrs dam 
Ld Westminster's br. f. Pint, by Pantaloon, out of Decoy 

b. f. Attack, by Touchstone, out of Ghuznee 

Mir G. White's b. or br. f. Snowdrop, by Galanthus, out of Maid of Team Valley's dam 
Mr Whitworth's bl. f. by Touchstone, out of I^dy Sarah, by Velocipede 

br. f. by Tonchatone, dam by Colwick, out of Game-lass 

Mr Wilkinson's b. or br. f. Knavesmire fVitch, by Lanercost, out of Here-I-go-ivith-iinr* 

ey&-out 
Mr WiUlanu's b. f. La Tempestat by Lanercost, out of Euterpeon, by Recovery 



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Mr v.. Wood, jon*!i., b. f. by St. Lawrence, out of KiUie Kruikie, by ^«et Anchor 
Mr Wortiiington's b. f. by I^uncelut, out of Collina 

ch. f. by Irish Birdcatcher. dam (1844) by Pantalooii} out of Banter 

Mr Wrvford's b. f. by Launcelot, out of Wedlock 

b. f. by Venison, out of Wedding-day 

Mr R. Wright na. bl. t. Bird on the fVing, by Iriah Birdcatcher, out of Prairie Bird, by 

Touchstone 
Ld Zetland's ro. f. Oolcwda,hy Irish Birdcatcher, out of Coheiress, by Inheritor 



ASCOT HEATH, 1851. 

The MASTfiK of the BOCK HOUNDS, la,.«,^_*. 

And the STEWARDS of ihe JOCKEV CLUB, ;«"■'»'*■»•• 
Mr. Clark, Judge— Ur.H IBB u so, Clerk of the Coarse and SUrter. 
TUESDAY, June 3.— First year of the Third Ascot Triknnial Stakks of 10 aov. 
each, with 100 added, for two year olds, colts bst. 7lb., fillies Bst. 4lb. ; the second horse 
to receive 50 sot. oat of the stakes. T. Y.C.— 48 subs. 
Col Anson's br. c. by Orlando, out of The Princess 
■ b. c. by Don John, out of Lollypop 

b. c. by Orlando, out of Gossamer 

■■ b. f. by Orlando, out of Elopement 

Mr J. Arber's br. f. by Theon, out of Red lape 
Capt Archdall's br. c. by Lanercost, out of On Don't 

br. c. by I^nercost, dam by Bay Middleton, out of Apollonia 

Mr P. Bateman's ch. c. Dismay, by Magpie, out of Surprise 

D of Bedford's b. c. fVeaihergaae, by Weatherbit, out of Taurina 

ch. c. Huge, by Weather! lit, out of Esmeralda 

Ld CLifden's b. c. Hymettus, by Kay Middleton, out of Bees'-wax 

b. c. Hesperus, by Bay Middleton, out of Plenary 

b. c. Magnet, by Touchstone, out of Latitude 

b. f. Rusary, by Touchstone, out of Crucifix 

Ld Eglinton's b f. Veracity, by Lanercost, out of Rectitude 
b. f. Urania, by Idle Boy, out of Venus, by Laugar 

Ld Exeter's ch. c. Ilex, by Beiram, out of Datura 

b. c. Lens, by St. Martin, out of Camera Obscura 

Mr Fowler's br. f. Calut, by Touclistone, out of Gipsy Queen> by Tomboy 

Mr Greville's b. f. Protecti<m, by Slane, out of The Farmer's Daughter 

Captain Harcourt's b. or br. c. brother to Ellerdale, by Lanercost, dam by Tomboy 

Sir J. Hawley's br. c. by Old England, out of Science 

b. c. Ltjb Major, bv Old England, out of Vibration 

Mr Hill's ch. f. Canina, by ^pirus> out of Miss Horewood 

Mr Jaques's b. c. Snarler, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bella 

Mr Mare's b. c. by Venison, out of Breast^irth 

b. f. sister to Hatherton, by Touchstone, out of Event 

Mr Marson's b. c. by Theon, out of Rebecca, by Comus 

Major Martyn's b. c. Convulsion, by Alarm, out of The Moor's dam 

Mr A. Nichol's br. o. Norham, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bee's-wing 

Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirsuta, by Colherstone, out of Kalmia 

b. f. Glenluce, by Slane, out of Glencaime 

br. c. fFingenund, by Lanercost, out of Valentine 

Mr Pedley's ch. c. Stratagem, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Benevolence, by Recovery 

ch. c. fFideawatte, by Irisli Birdcatcher, out of Timothy's dam 

Sir R. Pigot's b. c. by Venison, out of Birthday, by Pantaloon 

Mr Potterton's ch. c. Horton Yates, by Epirus, out of Tlie Lady of Penydaran 

Mr H. B. Powell's b. or br. c. The Free Trader, by llie Sea, out of Miss Cobden, by 
Stockport 

D of Richmond's b. c. by Tjinercost, out of Reel 

br. c. by Touchstone, out of Cuckoo 

b. f. sister to Rfd Hart, by Venison, out of Soldier's Daughter 

Mr Rolfs b. c. George III., by Venison, out of Arethusa, by Elis 

Baron Rothschild's b. c by Alarm, out of Languisli ' 

■ b. f. by Inheritor, out of Mora 

Mr W. Sadler's b. c. Joe Miller, by Venison, out of Witticism 

Mr J. Scott's b. f. Songstress, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Cyprian 

Ld Strathmore's br. c. Showman, by Launcelot, out of Specimen 

Mr H, T. Thompson's b. f. DemqaCi by Defence, out of Layla 



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Second year of the Sscond Triennial Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 100 added, for three 

year ofeb, colts 88t.7»b., fillies 8st. 41b. * ' ... 

— New mile. 51 subs. 

Mr Uowes's eh. c. Jpgus 

- b. c. Auitrcdind 



- ch. f. Epira 

- ch. f. KaUmgA 



MrBristow's ch. c. by Ascot, out of Mary 
Mr W. H. Brook's b. e. Cmstellatim 
*IA Clifden's bt. f. Coticula 

b. c. Harpsichord 

. b. f. Oalaxy 

Mr Dyson's b. c. The Partridge 

b. c. Pavilion 

•Ld Eglinton's br. c. Cnceus 

b. c. Pandemus 

Ld Exeter's br. c. by Plenipo— Amima 

* b. f. Melita 

" ch. c. Aiidas 

— . — ch. f. by Beiram, out of Datura 
•Mr Forth's b. c. Staplcjield 
Ld Glasgow's b. c.by Don John— Miss Whip 
•Mr Gratwicke's br. f. Hesse Hamburg 

—— br. f. Anspnch 

Mr GrevlUe's f. Tessera 

* br. f. Oinevra 

Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Vermuth 
.. ch. c. Baisamo 

ch. a Leyburtie 

Mr W. S. P. Hughes's b. f. by Cowl— Ce- 
landine 



; the second to receive 50 sov. out of the stakes. 



•Sir CI. Heathcote's ch. c. by Velocipede- 
Lady Geraldine 

b. c. by Lanercost — La Belleiza 

b. or br. f. by Epiias— Dark Susan 



Ir Mare's b. c. Hatherton 

br. f. Scandal 

ch. f. Vanity 

•Mr Merry's b. c. Lt/uis Napoleon 

b. f. Maid of the Mountain 

Mr Payne's ch. f. Giendale 

* ch. f. Catalpa 

ch. f. Citadel 

Major Pitt's b. c. Hawthorn 

Ld W. Powlett's br. c. Fochabers 

D of Richmond's ^dead) b. f. by Touch- 
stone, out of Soldier's Daughter 

b. f. (dead) by Epirus— Prisrn 

Baron Rothschild's b. c. by CharlesXIl., d. 
(1842) by Touchstone — Lanj^uish 



. c, by Epirus — Emerald 



Ld J. Scott's ch. c. The Macaw 

* br. f. Miserrima 

•Ld J. Scott's b. c. Air* Merryman 

* b. c. Knook Knott 

Mr W. Shepherd na. b. f. JMll 
Mr B. Way's br. f. Curl 
• ch. f. Fortuna 



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fVon in 1850 }jy Miserrima by two lengths, Mr. Merryman secondy Cnceus third, 
asterisk isprejixed to the starters. 

The Ascot Debbt of 50 sov. each h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 
8st. 31b. ; the winner of the Derby to carry I01b.,the second, or the winner of the Oaks, 
51b. extra. Swinley Course. — 12 subs. 



Mr W. A. Commerell'sbr.c. Seaman 
Ld Eglinton's b. c. Pandemu» 
iA Exeter's b. c. Phlegethon 

br. c. Ben Miire 

Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. The Ban 

Sir 6. Heathcote's br. c. Spread Eagle 



Mr Howard's ch. c. Grecian 

Mr A. NicoU's b. c. Newminster 

Mr Paynes ch. f. Giendale 

Sir R. Pigot's b c. Molus 

Mr Holt's b. c by Cotherstone — Lilla 

Ld Stanley's br. c. Crochet 

SwKKPaTAKxs of 50 sov. each,h. ft., for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies, 8st. Sib. 

Three quarters of a mile. . ' 
Ld Dorchester's ch. or br. f. The Chase, by Venison, dam by Little Red Rover, out of 

Eclat 
Ld Eglinton's b. c. The S/ieltie, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Rockalder, by Bay Middleton 
Ld Exeter's bl. f. The Nun, by St. Martin out of Silistria 
Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirsuta, by C/otherstone, out of Kalmia 
D of Richmond's b. f. by Chatham, out of Eslelle 

pRODiTCE SwBErsTAKEs of 50 sov. esch, li. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 91b, fillies 
8st. 51b., 3lb. and 51b. allowed, &c. Once round. 



Sir J. Hawley's b. f. sis. to Miami, by Venison 
Mr A Johnstone's eh. f. Marion 
Mr. Payne's ch. f. Olenddte 



Ld Caledon's b. c. Aaron Smith 

Mr Combe's b. c. The Trapper 

Ld Exeter s b. f. Phtegra 

Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Merry Peal 

Tiie Welcome Stakes of 20 sov. each, with a bonus by independent subscriptions of 
5 sov. each, for three year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., and fillies 8st. iilb. ; a winner, before 
or after naming, of a sweepstakes amounting to 300 sov. including the winner's stake, 
and having not less than 10 subscribers, to carry 3}b. extra ; the winner of the Derby 
to carry 91b., of the Oaks, the 2000 gs., or 1000 gs., 61b. extra. Swinley Course. 6 subn. 
to the stakes, and 6 to the bonus. 

Mr Nevill's b. c. Artisan | Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Teddington 

Mr Powney's ch. c. Lamartine | Mr. Payne's ch. f. Citadel 

l,d Gxetei's b. c. PMeif^thum \ > h. c. Potent (dead) 



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WEDN£SDAY.— The Coronatton Stakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft., for three year old 
fillies, Sat. 7lb. each ; the winner of the Oak* to cany 7lb., of the 1000 ^. 9take» 
31b., of both 91b. extra. New mile.— 14 subs. 



Ck>l Anson's b. Theorem 
Ld CHfden's b. Regia 

br. Cvtieula 

Ld Eglinton's b. Emente 
Ld Exeter's br. Cilia 

b. Mdita 

Mr GreTille's br. Barcelona 



Mr H. Hill's ch.j^tra 
Sir J. Hawlev's b. Merry Peal 
b. Vermuth 



Mr Henry's b. Putty 
Mr C. Mares br. Scandal 
Mr Payne's ch. Olendale 
Ld Stanley's ch. Jrit 



THURSDAY.— The St. Jahes's Palace Stakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft,, for three year 

olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies Sst. 4lb. Old Mile. 
Ld Exeter's ch. c. Midas I Mr Howard's b. c. Boabdil 

Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. The Ban Ld Stanley's b. c. St&rm \ 

Mr.H.Hiil'sch.c. /;>««« | 

^WEEPSTAKES of 50 SOV. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts Sst. Tib., fillies Sst. 3lb., 

4lb. and 61b. allowed, &c. Swinley Course. — 14 subs. 
Col. Anson's b. c. by Touchstone— Ellipsis Sir G. Heathcote's ch. c. by Velocipede - 

" '■ ' Lady Geraldiue (4lb.) 



{4lb.) 
Mr Bowes's b g. Augtralind (6lb.) 
lyl Caledon's b. c. Oscola (4lb.) 
Mr Combe's b. c. The Trapper (4lb.) 
Ld Exeter's b. c. Phleget/ion (6lb.) 
-b. f.PAWa(61b.) 



Mr. A.Johnstone's ch. f. Marion 

Mr. Payne's ch. f. Olendale 

Sir R. Pigot's b. c. by Faugh-a-ballagh, dam 

by Bran (tUb.) 
D of Richmond's b. f. (dead) by Touchstone 

— Soldier's Daughter 
Ld Stanley's ch. f. 7m (4lb.) 



Mr Greville's br.f. BradamanteQietid) (6lb.) 
Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Balsamo C^lb.) 

FRIDAY.— Sweepstakes of 20 sov. each, h. ft., for two year olds, colts Sst. 7lb., fillies 
8st.4lb. 'Xlie winner of any two vearold stakes amounting to 800 sot., including 
the winner's own sUke, to carry 5lb., of anv two such stakes, 81b. extra. Half a mile. 

Mr l>orrten's b. f. by Lanercost,or The Baron, out of Zenana 

Mr Francis's b. f. Dornthea, by Lanercost, out of sis. to Gasparoni 

Major Martyn's b. c. Convutnon,h\ Alarm, out of the Moor's dam 

Mr A. NichoU's br. c. Nwhamj by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Beeswing 

Mr Payne's b. c. by Cotherstone oat of Layla 

Sweepstakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts Sst. 71b., fillies 8st. Bib. 
The winner of the Derby to carry lOlb. extra, the second horse, or the winner of the 
Oaks, 2000 gs. Stakes, or Windsor Stakes, 51b. extra; no horse to carry more than lOlb. 
extra. Old mile. 

Lil Exeter's ch. c. Midas \ Mr A. NichoU's b. c. Neiominster 

b. c. Phleaethon I Ld W, Powlett's br. c. Forhuhers 

Mr Jaques's b. c. Entre-nota ] 



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Lord H. LENNOX, MP., 1 «„•.»„. 

And the Hon. FRANCIS VILLIERS, f St«wabd«. 
Mr. Clark, Judge; Mr. Hibbdad, Clerk oftheCourM andStarter. "^ 

TUESDAY, July 29. — ^The Grat^icke Stakes of 100 sov. each., h. ft., for three year 
olds, coks Sst. 101b., fillies Sst. &lb. ; 3 lb. and 6 lb. allowed, &c. The second horse to 
receive 200 sov., and the third to save his stake. Last mile and a half of the Cup 
Course.— 37 subs. 



Col Anson's br. f. by Don John— Lollypop 

br. c. Hernandez rslb.) 

b. c. Potent (dead) 

Mr W. H. Brooke's br. c. Juggernaut (3lb.) 

b. c. Constellation 

Ld Chesterfield's b. f. The Rejected 
Mr Crockford's b. c. Cane 

b. c. Reindeer (3lb.) 

Mr J. B. Day's b. c. (dead) by Epli 

Fortress 
Ld Eglinton's b. f. Emeute (3lb.) 

b. c. De Rioter 

■ b. c. Bonnie Dundee (3lb.) 

Mr W. Etwall's ch. f. Antigone (Olb.) 



Mr W. Etwall's b. c. The Knight of the 

Thistle (3lb.) 
Ld Exeter's br. c. by Plenf potentiiary •>- 

Amima 

b. f. Phlegra (6lb.) 

Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Don John— Miss VTtAf 
Mr Gratwicke's b. f. Anspavh (Sib.) 
Mr Greville's br. f. Bradamante (dead) (Gib. 
Mt Greville's br. f. Oinevra (61b.) 

br. f. Barcelona 

Capt Harcourt's b. c. 6ro. to Ellerdale, by 

Lanercost 
Sir J . Hawley's b. f . sis. to Miami^ by Venison 
Mr A. Johnstone's ch. f. Marion 



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Col Peel's b. f. by Slanc— Palmyi-a 
D of liichmond's b. f. (dead), by Touch- 
stone—Soldier's Daughter 

f. (dead), by Epirus — ^Prism 

Ld J. Scott's b. f. Miaerrima 

Ld Stanley's b. f. Sensitive (dead) 

ch. f. Iris (31b.) 



Mr A. Johiifltone*s br. f. The Scourge, by 

Charles XII.— Executrix 
SirC. Moack'ach.f.by Epirua— Glossy (31b.) 
Mr Mostyn's br. f. Cuticula 

b. f. OlenocfUy 

b. f. Oalaxi/ 

LdOrfoxd's b. c. FirtboU 
Mr Payne's ch. f. Cataipa 
The Ham Stakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft., for two vear olds, colts Sst. lOlb., fillies 

fist. 71b. ; 81b. and 6lb. allowed. Sec. The second hurse to receive 200 sov. out of 

the stakes. T.Y.C.— 29 subs. 
Col Anson's b. c. by Don John, out of LoUypop 
■ b. c. bv Orlando, out of The Princess (6lb.) 

Mr W. H. Brootc's br. c. The Brahmin, by Lanercost, out of Idolatry (3lb.) 
LdChesterfield^ch. c.j^^y The Knight of the Whistle, out of Dirce (3lb.) 

Mr F. Clarke's 'c. Little Harry , by Epirus, out of Fraudulent (3lb.) 
Ld Cllfden's b. c. Hymettua, bv Bay Middleton, out of Beeswax 
— — — b. f. by Bay Middleton, out of H. K. H. 

■ ■ b. c. Mtignen, by Touchstone, out o( Latitude 

b. c. Hesperus, by Bay Middleton, out of Plenary 

Capt Delme's b. c. by Slane, out of Southdown (Alarm's dam) 
Ld Eglinton's ch. c. Felopidas, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bellona 

b. c. Claverfumsc, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Blue Bonnet 

Ld Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm, out of Physalis (6lb.) 

Mr Oratwicke's b. c. Canterbury, by Chatham, out of The Land<;raTine (3lb.) 
Mr Greville's b. f. Greengage, by Alarm, out of Preserve (alb.) 
■ ■ b. f. Protection, by Slane, out of the Farmer's Daughter (31b.) 

Mr Herbert's br. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Miss Letty 

b. c. by Sir'Hercules, out of Odessa 

.Sir J. Hawley's b. f. by Touchstone, out of Cheshire Witcli 

Mr Mare's b. f. sis. to Hatherton, by Touchstone, out of Event (3lb.) 

Col Peel's br. c. The Nabob, by The Nob, out of Hester 

. b. c. lAvermere, by Slane, out of Palmyra 

»■ b. f. by Touchstone, out of Hersey (3lb.) 

Mr Payne's b. f. Oienluce, by Slane, out of Glcncaime 

Sir R. Pigot's ch. c. by Faugh-a-Ballaugh, dam by Bran, out of Active (6lb.) 

D of Richmond's b. c. by Lanercost, out of Keel 

. br. c. by Touchstone, out of Cuckoo (3lb.) 

LA Stanley's b. or ro. c. Merry-go-round, by Ithuriel, out of Tour de Force (6lb.) 
SWUPSTAKSS of 300 sov. each, h. ft., for tour year olds, colts Sst. Tib., fillies Sst. 2ib. ; the 

second to save his suke. Wueen's Plate Course. 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Pontifea I Mr Gordon's b. c. William the Conquerm 

b. c. Spikenard I Ld Exeter's br. c. Nuts/iell 

Ld Eglinton's b. c. Seneca | . b. c. Nuthatch 

The Lav ANT Stakes of 50 sov. each, 30 ft., for two year olds, colts Sst. 71b., and fillies 

Sst. 31b. ; the winner of the July or Chesterfield Stakes at Newmarket to carry 5lb. 

extra, or any two year old stakes value oOO sov. including the winner's own sUike, 31b., 

of any two such 61b. extra ; no horse to carry more than bib. extra. The owner of the 

second horse to receive back liis stake. Half a mile.— 21 subs. 



Mr Carew's bl. f. The Nun 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Hymettus' 
Mr John Day na. bl. f. Catch'em 
JA S^linton's bl. c. Lucio 

— — br. c. Aachises 

Ld Exeter's bl. c. Ambrose 

Mr £. Farrance's f. by The Merry Monarch, 

out of Cestus 
Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Maidstone 
Mr Greville's b. f. Protection 
Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Misericorde 
Capt Hervey s f. The Sphynx 

SwxspOTAKES of 50 sov. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts Sst. 71b., and fill{e8^8st.'£lb. 

One mile and a half. 
Ld l&xeter's ch. c. Midas I Ld H.^Lennos's br. c. Soo 
Mr GwtiUe'i ch. c. Ariotto ' 



Mr H. Hill's ch. f. Canina 

lA H. Lennox na. br c. by Touchstone, out 

of Cuckoo 
Mr A. Nichol's br. c. Nurham 
Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirsuta 

b. c. by Cotherstone, out of Layla 

Mr H. B, Powell's b. c. The Free Trader 

Mr P. P. Rolfs b. c. Oeorge III. 

D of Richmond's br. c. by Chatham, out of 

Sherbet 
Mr Watt's b. or br. f. Alisette 
Mr G. Wentworth's br. c. Hafed 



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WEDNKSDAY.— The DRAWtNO-Koou Stakes of S5 sov. each, with a bonus of 10 sov. 
each, for three year olds, colts Hat. 7 lb., fillies 83t. 2lb. ; the winner of the Derby or 
Oaks to carry 8lb., the second for either, 4lb. extra. Once round.— 17 subs, to the 
stakes, and 1 6 to the bonus. 



Ld Exeter's ch. c. Midas 

b. c. PMeqethtM 

br. c. by Fienipo, out of Amima 

U Glasgow's b, c. by D. John— Miss Whip 

Mr Gratwicke's b. f. Hesse Homberg 

Mr Gully ns. b. AuttraUnd 

Sir J. Hawley's br. c. by Ascot — ^Testatrix 

Mr Henry's ch. c. Knight of the Garter 

Capt Hervey's ch. c. Hengist 



Ld Exeter's br. Cilia | b. Anspach 

Sweepstakes of 300 sov. each, h. ft., for three yearol<l colts, 8st. 71b. each ; the winner 
of the Derby to carry lOlb., of the 2000 rs., N'ewmarket, Gratwicke, or Drawing Koom 
Stakes, &lb.' extra. Each subscriber named two colts, one to the post. Craven Couibe. 
- 3 subs. *■ 

Lii EgUnton's b. c. ffippolj/tus I Ld H. Lennox's br. c. Boo 

- br. c. Honnie Dundee j Ld Stanley's b. c. Storm 



Mr Howard's ch. c. Grecian 

Ld H. Lennox's b. f. Turtle 

Mr K.E.Oliver's b. c. Sir Rowland Trenchard 

Mr Odbaldeston's b. c, by Toticbstone — 

Mountain Sylph 
Mr Payne's b. c. Potent 
Sir R. Pilot's br, f. Mexico 
D of Richmond's ch. f. Huiry-scurry 
Ld Stanley's ch. c. Olympian 

Sweepstakes of 300 sov. each, h. ft , for three year old fillies, 8st. 7lb. each ; ihe winnet 
of the Derby to carry lOlb., of the Oaks 5lb , of the 1000 gs. stakes 3lb. extra. I^ach 
subscriber named two flllieii, one to the post. Craven Course. — 3 subs. 

Ld Clifden's br. Galaxy \ Ul Exeter's b. Melitn 

■ b. GlenocMy Ld H. Lennox's b. Turtle 



Ld H. Lennox's br. c. Hernandez j b. c. Crot'pitr 

THURSDAY.— First year of the Bentinck Memorial Stakfs, a triennial stake of 
lOsova. each, for two year olds, colts 8st. Tib., fillies Hst. 41b. T. Y. C— 76 subs. 
(Ten per cent, to be deducted each year towards the " Bentinck Memorial Plate.") 

Capt Aichdall's br. c. by Lanercost, out of Oh Don't 

Col Anson's b. c. by Orlando, out of Gossamer 

br. c. by Orlando, out of The Princess 

, b. f. by Orlando, out of Elopement 

b. c. by Don John, out of Lollypop 

Mr Bowes's ch. c. by Birdcatcher, out o*f Forget-me-not 

ch. c. by Verulum, out of Wiasma 



b. f. by Hetman Platoff, out of Maid of Lune 

ch. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Mickleton Maid 



Mr E. Batson's c. Dtatdruntt by Comrade, dam by Bay Middleton, out of Gobbo's dam 

(h.b.) 
Mr W. H. Brook's br. c. The Brahmin, by Lanercost, out of Idolatry 
D of Bedford's ch. c. Htyo^ by Weathefbit, out of Esmeralda 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Magnes, by Touchstone, out of Latitude 

b, c. Hesperugf by feay Middleton, out of Plenary 

- b. c. Hymettus, by Bay Middleton, out of Beeswax. 



- b. f. liosaryt by Touchstone, out of Crucifix 



Mr. G. Dorrien's b. f. Carinetta^ by Auckland, out of Charming Kate 

b. f. by Lanercost, or The Haron, out of Zenana 

Mr. Drinkald's b. e. by St. Lawrence, out of Farthing Candle 

JA Eglinton's ch. c. Pelopidast by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bellona 

b. c. Claverhouset by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Blue Bonnet 

Ltl Enfield's c. Poodle, by Ion, out of Ma Mie 

Ld Exeter's b. c. LenSfhy St. Martin, out of Camera Obscura 

c. by Theon, out of Hydrangea 

Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Slane, out of Southdown 

■ b. f. by Alarm, out of Physalis 

Mr Oreville's b. c. Gerard, by Alarm, out of Miss Heatlicote 

b. f. Greengage, by Alarm, out of I'reserve 

■ b, f. Protectitjn, by Slane, out of The Farmer's Daughter 
I ,. — na. ch. f. Hirsuta, by Cotherstone, out of Kalmia 

b. f. Chaffinch, by Alarm, out of Little Finch 

Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Maidstone, by Chatham, out of Mary 
b. c. Canterbury, by Chatham, out of The Landgravine 

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Capl Hareourt's b. or br. c. Brother to EHerddlet by Lattercost, dam by Tomboy 
Sir J. Haw-ley's br. f. MisertCordet by Don John, out of Mendicant 

b. c. Hautboy^ by Old England, out of Ladv Strut 

Mr H. Hill's ch. f. Canina, by Epirus, out of Miss Horewood 
Mr Howard's b. f. Susan^ by Touchstone, out of Fanny 
Mr Jaques's ch. c. Odd Fellitw, by Jthuriel, ottt of Butletta 

b. c. SnarlBr^ by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bella 

Mr J. Kent ns. br. c. by uhatham, out of Sherbet 

Ld M. Lennox's b. f. Brawat, by Robert de Gorbam, or Chatham, out of Oxonian's 
dam 

ns. b. f. bv Chatham, out of Estelle 

Baron Maltzahn's ch. f. B-iUlerj/, by Satirist, dam, Cartoon's dam, by Morisco 
Sir J, B. Mill's br. c. by Epirus, out of Giantess 
Mr Merry's b. c. (fanhaldi^ by Moss Trooper, out of Madame St. Clair 
' b. c. Hapw JoCf by Lanercost, out of Morea 



Mr JJichol's br. c. Nttrhnm, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bee's-wing 

Mr Potterton's ch. c. Hurtm YateSt by Epirus, out of Lady of Penydaran 

Kir R. Figot's b. c. by Venison, out of Birthday, by Pantaloon 

Mr Payne's br. c. fFingenund, by Lanercost, out of" Valentine 

Mr C. Peck's b. L Needle, bv Lanercost, oat of Stitch 

Col Peel's b. c. Livermeret by Slane, out of Palmyra 

b. c. Lofidist, by Touchstone, out of lo 

br. c. The Nabobs bv The Nob, out of Hester 

Mr H. B. PoweU's b. or br. c. The Free Trader, by The Sea, out of Miss Cobden 

D of Richmond's b. c. by Ijanercost, out of Reel 

■ br. c. by Touchstone, out of Ciickoo 

■' b. f. sister td Red Hnrt^ by Vfenison, out of Soldier's Daughter 

Mr P. P. Rolfs b. t. George III., by VeBison, out of Arethusa 

Ld Stanley's b. c. JjOngboio, by IthuHel, out of Miss Bowe 

Mr John Stanley ns. b. f. by Cotherslonej out of Cheshire Witch f^rong nom.) 

Mr Slielley's b. c. T/us Stag, by Venison, out of Lncy Hanks 

Mr S. Stanley ns. b. f. SpeSd^ by Bay Middl&ton, out of l*rojectile's daki 

I^ J. Scott's b. c. by Pantalooh. ottt of Pllryne 

Mr W. Stebbing's b. c. toung Hawthorn, by Lanercost, out of Alice Hawthorn 

Ld Strathmore's b. c. (^iimney Sweep, by Touclistone, out of May 

br. c. Shtnomanf by Launcelot, out of Specimen 

Mr W. Wigram's b. c. Peacock, by Alarm, out of Telcta 

Ld Chesterfield (three nominations), Mr Des Veaux, Ld Burleigh, and Ld Durham did 
not name. 

SwxKPSTAKKS of 100 tov. OAcb, for three year olds, the produce of mares wliieh never 

bred a winiuir ; colts Ust. 7lb., and fillies »at. 21b. Une mile. 
Col Anson's b. c. by Touchstone, out of I Mr Pavne's ch.<. Gle^ale 

Ellipsis D of Richmond ns. br. f. T/te Squaw 

Mr W. H. Brook's br. c. Juggernaut \ Ld Stanley's ch. c. Olympian 

The Racing Stakes of 50 sov. each, for three year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies Sst. -lib. ; 
the winner of the July, Clearwell, Criterion, or Prendergast Stakes, to carrv .lib., of 
either Riddlesworth, Column, Newmarket, 2000 gs., or 1000 gs. Stakes at Newmnrket, 
or Drawing-room Stakes at Goodwoo<l, to carry 61b., of the Derbv or Oaks at Epsom, 
91b. extra : a winner of both Derby and Drawing-room SUkes,' to carry 12lb. extra. 
The second to save his stake. One mile. — 13 subs. 



I^ Clifden's b. c Oleander 

b.tf. Harpsichord 

Ld Eglinton's b. c. Hippolytus 
Ld Exeter's ch. c. Midat 
Ld Glasgow's b. c. Nondescript 
Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. The Cm/essor 
Mr Howard's ch. f. Christina 



Mr Howard's b. c. Boabdil 
Mr Mare's b. c. Hatherton 
br. f. Pandora 



Mr Payne's b. c. Potent (dead) 
D of Richmond's b. c. Buckhound 
Ld Stanley's br. c. Crotchet 



SwKSPSTAKKs of 200 80V. each, for two year old colts, Sst. 71b. each ; 31b. and 61b. 
allowed, &c. T.Y.C. 



Mr W. H. Brook's br. c. Berschei 
Ld Clifden's br. c. Magnes 

b. c. HesperHS 

Ld Bl?liiit«n'« b. e. Claoerhouse 

Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Slane— Soutlidown 



Mr Paynfe's br. c. Wingenund 
Sir R. Pigof s b. c. by Venison— Birthday 
(31b.) ^ 

D of Richmond's b. c. by Lanercost— Reel 
Ld Strathmore's b. q. Chimney Sweep (3lb.) 



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The Sussex Stakis of S5 sov. each, for two-year olds, coltg Sst. 7lb., fillies Bst. 4lb.; 31b. 
allowed, &c. ; a winner before starting to carry 5lb. extra; the winner of the Lavant 
or Molecomb Stakes to carry 7lb., of both 101b. extra : no horse to carry more than 
101b. extra. T. Y. C. 



D of Richmond's br. c. by Touchstone — 

Cuckoo (sib.) 
Mr Shelley's b. c. The Stag 



Ld CJllfden's b. c. Hymettvs 

Mr Dorrien's bl. c. Chief Baron Nicholson 

(31b.) 
Mr Gratwicke's b. c. Canterbury (31b.) 

The Molecomb Stakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft., for two' year old colts to carry Sst. 7Ib., 
and fillies, Sst. 4lb. ; a winner b<;fore startiijg (matches and handicaps excepted) to 
carry 51b. ; the winner of the Lavant Stakes 71b. extra ; no horse to carry mare tJiaa 
71b. extra. The owner of the second horse to receive back his stake. T.Y.C. — 19 sobs. 



Mr J. Arnold's b. c. Little Harry 

Mr Carew's br. c. The Prophet 

Mr John Day na. bl. f. Catch* em 

Mr Dorrien's bl. c. Chief Baron Nicholson 

Ld Eglinton's bl. c. Lucio 

br. c. Anchises 

Ld Exeter's bl. c. Ambrose 

Mr E. Farrance's f. by The Merry Monarch, 

out of Cestus 
Mr Greville's b. f. Protection 
b, c. Frantic 



Mr J. J. King's ch. f. by Young LochinTar, 

out of Madcap's dam 
Ld H. Lennox na. ch. c. Maidstone 
Mr Payne's b. c. by Cothexstone — Layla 
b. f. Olenluce 



Sir R. Pigot's ch. c. by Faugh-a-ballagh, d. 

by Bran, out of Active 
D of Richmond's br. c. by Ghatliam. out of 

Sherbet 
Mr P. P. Rolfs ch. c. Horton Yates' 
Ld Stanley's b. or br. c. Merry-go-rovnet 
Mr R. Watt's b. or br. c. Jkn Issachar 

FRIDAY. — The Nassait Stakes of 50 sov. each, for three year old fillies, 8st. 7lb. 
each ; the winner of the July, Clearwell, Criterion, or Prendergast Stakes, 31b. extra; 
of either Riddlesworth, Column, Newmarket, 2000 gs., 1000 gs. Stakes at Newmarket, 
or Drawing-room Stakes at Goodwood, to carry 61b. extra ; of the Derby or Oaks 9lb. 
extra;; a winner of both Derby and Drawing-room Stakes, iSlb. extra ; the second to 
receive 100 sov. out of the stakes. One mile. — 19 subs. 



Sir J. Hawley'sbr. Aphrodite 
Mr Henry's ch. Julia 
Mr Howard's ch. Christina 
Mr Mare's br. Scandal 
br. Pandora 



Mr Payne's ch. Qlendale 
ch. Citadel 



Sir R. Pigot's br. Mexico 

D of Richmond's ch. Hurry- scurry 

Sir G. Start's br. Pussy 



Ld Clifden's br. Oalasy 

br Coticuia 

Ld Eglinton's b. Emeute 
Ld Exeter's br. Cilia 

b. Melita 

Ld Glasgow's ro. by Lanercost or Retriever, 

out of Physalis 
Mr Gratwicke's br. The Squaw 

— ! br. Anspach 

Mr Greville's br. Barcelona 

Sweepstakes of lOiisov. each, h. ft., for four year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 21b. 

the winner of the Derby^r St. Leger 71b., of both, lOlb. extra. Cup Course. 
D of Bedford's ch. c. John o" Groat I Ld H. Lennox's b. c. Thfi Bee Hunter 

Mr Jaques's ch. c. Mildew D of Richmond's b. c. Ghillie Cailum 

Ld H. Lennox's b. c. William the Conqueror \ b. f. Officious 

The Richmond Stakes of 25sov8. each, 10 ft., for three -year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 
8st. 21b. ; the winner of the Derby to carry 91b., of the Oaks 6lb. extra; of any other 
race value 500 sovs. including the winner's own stake, 51b. extra; 3lb allowed, &c. 
One mile and three-quarters on the Cup Course. — 13 subs. 

. ... , . ,^,. X D of Richmond's b. f. (dead) by Epirus— 

Prism 

b. f. (dead) by Touchstone, out of 



Mr w; H. Brook's b. c. Juggernaut (31b.) 

Mr Dorrien's b. f. Chaplet (31b.) 

Mr Gratwicke's br. f. The Squaw (31b.) 

br. f. Hesse Hamburg (3lb.) 

Mr Payne's ch. f. Olendale 

Sir R. Pigot's br. c. by Faugh-a-Ballagh, d. 

by Bran (3lb.) 
D of Richmond's ch. f. Hurry-scurry 



Soldier's Daughter 
Ld Spencer's b. or br. c. Vagabond 
Ld SUnley's ch. f. Iris (3lb.) 
Ld Strathmore's b. f. Signal 
Ld Warwick's br. c. Leap Tear 



BIBURY, 1851. 

WEDNESDAY, June 18.— Pbodoce Stakhs of 50 sov. each, h. ft., for three' year olds ; 

colts 8st. 7lb., fillies Sst. 8lb. ; 3lb. and 6lb. allowed, &c. New Mile— 13 suhs. 
Mr J. Bayly ns. ch. f. Julia I Mr Etwall's b. c. Knight oftheThistle (3lb.) 

Mr Dorrien's b. f. Chaplet (6lb.) Mr Greville's br. f. Bradamante (dead), 

Mr Etwall's ch. f. Antigone (5lb.) | (51b.) 



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Mr Herb«rt*8 br. e. by Sir Hercules, out of 
Miss Letty 

ch. c. by Sir Hercu1e«, out of 

. AdeU 

ch. f. by SUne— P»t 

ait J. B. Mill's ch. g. Eurtu 



Mr Payne** f. (dead), by Muley Moloch, 

out of Layla (alb.) 
Mr Prys^'s ch. f. by Thlstlewhipper, out of 

Australia (dlb.) 
Mr Waller's oh. c, by Epfrus—Enterprise 
Mr C, Wyadham»8 b. f. Mabel (3lb.) 



STOCKBRIDGE, 1851. 

THURSDAY. June 19.— The Third Year of the First Teiknmial Stakes of 10 sovs. 
each, for four year olds, colts 88t. lolb., fillies 8st. 5lb.; 3lb. allowed, &c. The 

■. winner of the derby to carry Tib , and the second horse 4lh. extra ; the winner of the 
Oaks, SOOOi^i or Newmarlcet Stakes, 51 h. extra. The winner to pay 2jL towards the 
expenses of Judge and police. Two miles and a half.— 36 subs. 



Count batth^any's ch. c. Falentine 
*Mr Bouvene's b. c. The Bee-hmtter 
M^ Bristow's b. f. Ariadne 
Mr Brooke's b. c. Francitcan 
JA Chesterfield's ch. f. by Pantaloon, out 
of Industry 

• br. f. Satire 

•Mr J B. Day's b. f. The Ugly Doe 
Capt Delme's b. f. Festive 
•Mr Dixen's W. f. Kathleen (3lb.) 
Mr C. Dorrien's b. c. The Vtrderer 
- b. f. C'mrielea (Bib.) 



fMr Greville's br. c. Cariboo (3lb.) 

ns. ch. c. Ser§itu 

Mr Jaques's b. f. fFavfhrer (3lb.) 
fLd Niarch ns. b.c. Compass (3lb.) 
Mr Mostyn's b. c. /^ Beau 



b. c. Soikenard (3lb.) 
iestOR s b. e. Jkfuvntai 



Hntatneer 



Mr OsbaldestOR s 

•fMrPedley'sb., 

D of Richmond's b. e. OhHtie Callum 

Mr Sadler's b. k. The Stockiridge Buck 

b. f. (firaffii 

Ld Snffleld's b. c Hanger (3lb.) 
Mr Treen's b. c. Bmckier 



Mr Drinkald's b. f. Aximuth 

Mr U. Etwall's ch. f. by Sir Hercules, out j Mr Way's ch, e. Harry Beriram (3lb.) 

of PasMion ns. br. g. IVest Indian (3lb.) 

•Mr W. KtwalVs b. c. by Thlstlewhipper, ! ♦Mr Wreford,jun. n«. b. f. Etpkmade 

out of Soldier's Joy Mr Worley's b. f. Rhedycina 

ch. c. Thistledown (31b ) I b. o. The Cid (dead), (31b.) 

Ld Exeter's b. c. NtOhateh Mr C. Wynd ham's e. St. Edmund (dead), 

Ld Glssgow's b c. by B. Mlddleton— Canada | (3lb.) 

This race loas won in 1849 by Bee hunter hy Jive or si» lengths, afier a dead heat with 

' Sweetheart ; Cwriboo third. The starters are denoted by an asterisk, 
fFtm M 1850, by Compass, by hatfa lengthy Cariboo seetmd, StDeetheart third. An cbtlisk f 
is prujixed to the staiters. 

The Second year of theScooicD Tbibnhial Stakes of 10 sot. each, for three year olds, 
eolts 8st. lulb., fillies Sst. 5lb., 31b. allowed, &c. The winner to pay 85^ towatds the 
expenses of Judge and Police. One mile and a half. ->a7 subs. 
Mr Bristow's br. c by Ascot— TesUtrlx i Ld March na.b. f. (dead) by Enirus-l'rism 
*I^ Chesterfield's ch. f. Payment I Mr Mare's b.c HatherUm (31b.) 

Mr E. R. Clark's br. c. GU^nhawk I br. f . Si:andaL (bib.) 

Ld Cliiden's b. c. Harpsichord I — r.h. f. r<wi/y (3lb.) 

Mr C. Dorrlen na. br. ' 



r C. Dorrlen na. br. c. by Auckland, d. i .Sir J. B. Mill's b. %.Mungo^ (3lb.) 

(I843)by Voltaire— Babel • ch.^.Eurus 

X R. Etwall's ch. g. Iracundus Ld Palmerston'i br. f. Trochee (31b.) 



Mr 

•Mr W. Etwall's be. c. The Knight of tA« 
Thistle 

,^^^ ch. tt^ Antigone (Sib.') 

Ld Exeter's b. o. thlegethon (31b.) 

Ld Glasgow's rQ. f. by Lanerco^t or Re- 
triever, out of Physalis (.ilb.) 
.Mr Gratwicke's br. f. The Sqmw (31b.) 

Mr Greville's f. Tessera (3lb.) 

. br. f. Oinevra (31b.) 

Mr Henrv'sch. f. Julia 

•Mr 6. llobson's c. by Auekland, eat of 
sister to Hatfield 

•Ixl H. Lennox na. ^h. f. Hurry Scurry 



Mr Payne's ch. f. Citadel 

ch. f. Catalva 

Col Peel's b. c. The Serpentine 

••Sir R. Pigot 8 b. c. by FdUgh-a-Ballagh, 

d. bv Bran, out of Acti\-e 
Mr J. t*owney'8 ch. c. Lamartine 
D of Richmond's b. f. (dead) by Touchstone 

—Soldier's Daughter 
Mr P. P. Rolfs b. c. by Cotherstone— Lllla 
Mr Sadler's b. c. Valentine 
Mr W. Sadler's b. c. by Venison, out of 

Nora Greina (31b.) 

ro. f. by Venison— Witticism (31b.) 

Jjd Stanley's ch. c. Olympian 

Mr J. Wyatfs b. or br. c. XX (3lb.) 



Mr C, Lloyd na.br. f. Coticula 
'Mr Lowther'sb. f. Lady Stuart (31b.) 

./Fofi w ISSO, by Paymtnt, bjt two leagihft H^trry Scmrry second^ Faugh^BaUagh eolt tMrd. 
The starters are denoted iy em asterMtt 

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BEDFORD, 1851. 

The Firet Year of the Third Triknviai* Stakes of 10 sor. each, for two year olds^ 
colts 8st. lOlb., fillies 8st. &lb. ; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of the Derby to carry 
7lb., the second horse 41b. extra ; the winner of the Oaks, 200Og8., or lOOOgs., or New- 
market Stakes, &lb. extra in each year. No horse to carry more than 7lb. extra. The 
winner to pay 8& sov. towards expenses, && T.Y.C.— 43 sobs. 

Col Anson's b.'c. by Orlando, out of The Ftincess (Sib.) 

^■—~^ b. c. by Orlando, out of Gossamer 

Mr Burgess's c, bv Dulcimer, out of Apropos (31b.) 

M. E. R. Clark's'b. c. by Gibraltar, out of sister toGobbo (h.b.) 

Ld Clifden's b. c. Magnes, bv Touchstone, out of Latitude 

b. c. HvmettuSt by Bay Middleton, out of BeeVwax 

b. c. Hesperugf by Bay Middleton, out of Plenary 

b. f. Rotary, by Touchstone, out of Cruciflx 

Ld Dorchester's b. f. The Ckate, by Venison, d. by Little Red RoTet^Edat (81b.> 

Mr Dorrien's bl.c. Chie/Baron Nichalson, by The Baron, out of Ally Croker (aib.> 

Mr E. Dynon's b. orbr. c. Prince Rupert^ by Galipoli, out of Remorse 

Ld Eglinton's b. c. The Sheitie, by Irish Birdcatotier, out of Rockalda (Sib.) 

Mr W. Etwall's b. c. by Venison, out of Psasion 

b. c. by Thistlewhipper, out of Soldier's Joy 

Ld Exeter's c. by Theon, out of Hydrangea (3lb.) 

Mr Featherstonhangh's b. c. bv Cowl, out of Celandine (3lb.) 

Ld Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm, out of Physalis (3lb.) 

Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Maidstone, by Chatham, out of Mary 

Mr Greville's b. f. Chaffinch, by Alarm, out of Little Finch (Sib.) 

Mr Gully's c. by The Emperor, dam by Wiseacre, out of Clansman's dam (Sib.) 

Sir J. Hawley's br. c. by Old England, out of Science (81b.) 

Mr S. Hawke's b. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Cinizelli (Sib.) 

Mr Herbert's br. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Miss Letty 

Mr Howard's b. f. Susan, by Touchstone, out of Fanny 

Mr Jaques's br. f. Fieldmate, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Playmate (31b.) 

I^ H. 6. Lennox's b. f. Braum, by Chatham or Robert de Gorham, out of Oxonian's d. 

Mr H. Lowther'sch. c. by Pantaloon, out of Potestas (31b.) 

Ld March ns. br. c. by Touchstone, out of Cuckoo (3lb.) 

Mr Meiklam's b. c. Cleveland, by Fancy-bov, out of Modesty (Sib.) 

Sir J. B. Mills br. f. by The Baron, out of Juliana (3lb.) 

Mr Pavne's b. c by Cotherstone, out of Layla 

Mr Peiley's ch. c. 'fFide-awake, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Timothy's dam (Sib.) 

ch. c. Strategenty by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Benevolence (Sib.) 

Col Peel's b. c. by Venison, out of Queen Anne (3lb.) 

Sir R. Pigot's b. c. by Venison, out of Birttiday (31b.) 

Mr Potterton's c. Horton Yates, by Epirus, out of The Lady of Penydaran 

D of Ridtmond's b. c. bv Lanereost, out of Reel 

Mr F. Robinson's c. by Venison, out of Glee (3lb.) 

Mr Roll's b. c. Oeorge ///.,bv Venison, out of Arethnsa 

Mr W. Sadler's b. c. Joe Miller, by Venison, out of Witticism (Sib.) 

Ld Stanley's b. c. Longbow, by Ithuriel, out of Miss Bowe 

Mr Stebbing's b. c. Young Hawthorn, by Lanereost, out of Alice Hawthorn (31b.) 

Mr Wyndham's b. c. Sir John, by Archy, out of Dwarf, by Comus (31b. 



BEDFORD, 1851. 

The PRODncE Stakes of 25 sov. each, 10 ft., for two year olds, icolts 8st. 71b., fllliea 

88t. 4lb. ; 31b. and &lb. allowed, 8%. One mile. 
D of Bedford's br. f. (dead) by CotherstoDe "* "^ 

— Reminiscence (Sib.) 
Mr G. Higgins's b. c. Str fFUliam Harpur, 

bv Gilbert Gurney, out of New Year's Day 

(31b.) 



Mr G. Ongley's twins (dead) by Gflbert 
Gnrney — Queen of the Gipsies (31b.) 

Mr T Wesley's b. f. by Chancellor, out of 
Newport's dam 



SALISBURY, 1851. 

The First Year of the WiLTSHrax Triennial Stakes of 10 sov. each for two year olds, 
colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 31b. ; 3lb. allowed. &c. ; the winner of the Derby to carry 
71b., and the second horse 41b. extra ; the winner of the OaJcs, 2,000 n., ox Newmavk^ 
Stakes, 5lb, extra. T.Y.C.-ll anba. » » s » »»xet 



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I^ Brace's b. c. by The Knight of the Shire 

Mr Jas. Clark's b. c. Elcot (h. b.) 

Mr E.Dyson's b. or br. c. Prime Rupert 

C31b.) 
Mr Gratwicke's ch. c» Maidstone 
Mr Herbert'a b. c. by Sir Hercules- 
Zebra 
— — — br. c. by Sit Hercules~Mia8 Letty 



Mr Herbert's cli. c. by Sir Hercules— Em- 
press 
La H. G. Lennox's b. f. Brawn 
Sir J. B. Mill's b. f. by The Baron (3lb.) 
D of Richmond's b. c. by Touclistone-^ 

Cuckoo (Sib.) 
Mr C. Wyndham's b. c. Sir John (31b.) 



WINCHESTER, 1851. 

The GsEAT PsoDirox Stakes (reduced to a match) of 60 sov. each, h. ft., for three 
year olds, co^ts Sst. 9lb., fillies and geldings 8st. 61b. ; 31b. allowed, &c. ; the winner 
of the Derby or Oaks to carrv 7lb., the second horse or mare .*tlb. extra. New mile. 
Mr Etwall'sb. f. by Thistlewhi'pper, dam (1840), by Cain (3lb.) 
Mr W. Etwall's b. f. by Venison, d. by Defence, gr. d. by Cain (3lb.) 

Tlie Foal Stakes of 25 sov. each, for three year olds, colts Sst. 91b., illies and geldings 

8st. 6fb. ; 3lb. and 5U>. allowed, &c. New' mile. 
Mr Oorrien's'b. f. Chaplet (5lb.) I Sir J. B. Mill's ch g. Eurus 

Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Teddington (5lb.) | Mr Payne's ch. f. Caialpa 

Sweepstakes of 50 sot. each, for two year olds, colts Sst. 71b., fillies Sst. 41b. ; 31b. and 

6lb. allowed. A winner to carry 5lh. extra. Three-quarters of a mile. 
Capt Delme's b. c. by fclane, out of Soutlidown 
Mr Dorrien's f. (dead), bv Orlando, out of Blackbird 
Mr R. Etwall's b. c. bv Venison, out of Passion 
Mr N. Fellowes ns. b. f. by Venison, out of sis. to JEgis (3lb.) 
Sir J. B. Mill's b. or br. c. by Epirus, out of Giantess (31b.) 
Mr J. Powney ns. b, f. by Slane, out of Virginia 

First Year of the Winchester Triennial Stakes of 10 sov. each, for two vearolds, 
colts 8st. lOlb., fillies est. 5lb. ; 31b. allowed, &c. The winner of the Dei by to carry 
7lb.. the second 4lb. extra ; the winner of the Oaks. 2000gs. or lOOOgs. Stakes at Nevt^- 
market, or the Stockbridge Triennial Stakes, 5lb. extra. The winner to pay 10 per 



cent, to the fund. Three-quarters of a mi 
Mr Dorrien's bl. or br. c. Chief Baron Ni- 
cholson (31b.) 

— b. c by Lanercost, out of Flash of 

Lightning (31b.) 
Mr Gratwicke's b. c. Canterbury 
- b. f. Maria (3lb.) 



le— 11 subs. 
Sir J. B. Mill's br. c. by Epirus, out of 
Giantess (31b.) 

b. f by The Baron— Juliana (clb.) 

Mr Payne's b. f. Freedom 
D of Richmond's br. c. by Touchstone — 
Cuckoo (31b.) 



Mr Etwall, Mr W. Etwall, and Mr Herbert are subscr.bers, but did not name. 



WARWICK, 1851. 

[Commence Tuesday, September 2.] 

The GucAT Warwickshire Stakes of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for three year olds, 
colts 8st. 71b., fillies Sst. 21b.; the winner of tlie Derby to carry 71b. extra, of the 
Oaks, or 2000gs. stakes, dlb. ; of any other three-year old Produce Stake value 800 
sovs. in 1851» 31b., or of any two of the above, 2lb. in addition ; the winner to pay 10 
sovs. ont of the stakes* One mile and three-quarters. — S subs 



Mr Briatow's br. c. by Ascot— Testatrix 
Jjd Clifden's b. c. Harpsichord 
Mr £. Dyson's b. c. The Fariridge 
^ — - ■ b.c. Pavilion 



Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Balsamo 
Mr Jones's b. f. Ian/the 
Mr Payne's ch. f. Catalpa 
Ld Warwick's br. c. Leap Tear 



The Foal Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 25 added for three year olds, colts Sst. 91b., 
fillies Sst. 4lb. ; 3lb. and 41b. allowed, &c> Once round and a distance. — 9 subs. 



Mr Uristow's br. c. by Ascotr— Testatrix 
Mr £• Dyson's b. c. The Partridge 

_— b. c. Pavilion 

J4t Fowler's f. Silence (31b.J 
Mr Jones's 1>* e. Amoroso (Jnb.^ 



Mr G. Ongley's ch. f. EUa (31b.) 

Mr Ramsbottom's b. f. by Charles XII.-~ 

Queen of Cyprus (3lb.) 
Mr T. Stevens's b. f. Haxy ' 

Ld Warwick's br. c. Leaf Tear 



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SHREWSBURY, 1851. 

The Patshull Stakks of 10 aovs. each, for three-year olda, colta Sit. 7lb., filUe$ ^^. 
41b. ; 31b. allowed, &c. ; the winner of anj' race to carry 31b. extim, tbe leeoad to saVQi 
his staVe. About a mile and a quarter <-*9 subs. 



Sir J. Gerard's f. liy Lanercost — Camelia 

(31b.) 
Mr Irwin's b. g. iMrd Edward 

ch. f. The Abbest 

Mr Meiklam's b. f. by Lanercost — Modesty 
Mr Minor's br. f. MtmUia (3lb.) 



Sir R. PIffot's b. o. by Fangh-irBalla^fa, 4 

}^Y Bran 
Mr T. Thomas's b. c bv Shamrock -The 

Mr Treen's br. c. Badajtm 

<——- — ch. c. by Arehy'-^Moonbeam 



WOLVERHAMPTON, 1851. 

MONDAY, Aug. 11. —A Producb Stakes of 10 sav. each, with 20 added, for thitc 
year olds, colts 8st. 61b., fillies, 8st. 31b. ; 3lb. allowed, &c. Once round, starting from 
the Stand, an4 coming in at the Chair.— 9 subs. 



Mr Copeland's b. or br. f. Drill 

Mr Critchley's ch. c. The Ringleader (^3lb.) 

Mr DoTTien's b. f. Chaplet (3lb.) 

Mr FlintolT's.b. c. (dead), by Heron, out 

of Countess of Lichfield 
Mr J. Meeson's bl. or br. c. Fir$t Fruits 

(31b.) 



Mr Minor's b. or br. f. Manilla (31b.) 

Mr J. Painter's ch. f. by Faugh-a-Uallagh, 

out of Julia ( 3tb.) 
Mr Skerratt's b. c. by Accident — Garga- 

melle rslh.) 
Mr Wadlow*s b, c. The frime Jkfiniiter 

(31b.) 



A Foal Stakks of 10 sov. each, with 20 added, for three year olds, colta Hat. 6lb., 
fillies 8st. 31b. ; the winner of the Derby or Oaks to carry 51b., and of the Prodwae 
Stakes at this meeting. 31b. extra. Once round, starting at the Stand. 
Mr Copeland's b. c. Chance I Sir C. Monck's b. f. by Lanercost — Garland 

Mr Halford's b. c. Mr. Merryman • Mr Parker's b. e. The Calculator 

Mr £. Jones's b. f. lanthe \ Ld Warwick's ch. f. Avia 



NORTHAMPTON, 1851. 



MnrquU of EKBTER. Hon. CHpt. P. CUST, and Col. PEEL. SrHiraiDS. 
Mr. Marshall Clerk uflhs Course. Mr. Clark. Judg*. Mr. Hibburd, SUri«K. 

[On Wednesday and Thursday, the 26th and 27th March.] 

The- Fhst Year of the Northampton Trienkial Stakes of 10 sova., each, with .^0 
added, for two year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies 8st. 4lb. The second to i^ve his stake, 
and the winner to pay 5 sov. towards expenses T.Y.C. — 22 subs. 



Ld Bateman's b. f. by St. Francis—Prioress 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Magnes 

-—— b. c. Siickbut 

Mr Cooke's b. f. Freedom 
Ld Eglinton's ch. c. Felapidas 

— — b. c. ThemistoctM 

Ld Exeter's b. f. by St. Martin— Toga 

ch. c. by St. Martin— Mecca 

Mr Ford's ro. f, by Lanercost— Baleine 
Mr G. W. Fitzwilliam's ch. c. by Ballin- 

keele— Petrel 
MrGreville's b. c. Frantic 



Sir J. Hawley's b. c. by Alarm — Haltoft 
Mi^O' Martyn's b. c. Convulsion 
Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirsuta 
Mr Poiterton's eh. c. Horton Tntes 
Mr P. P. Rolfs b. c. George III, 
D of Uichmond'a b. f. sister to lte4 Jfare,by 
Venison 

b. f. by Oluitham— Bstelle 

Mr Shelley's b. c. The Stag 
Ld Spencer's b. e. Crttat 
Mr Watson's br. f. France 
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MANCHESTER, 1851. 



The Earl of WILTON. J. MEIKLAM, Esq., and E. BUCKLEY. Em{., Stbwardm. 
Mr. Bakb, Clerk of tbe Counra. Mr. Richard Johnson, Judge. Mr. Uibboro, Starte r. 

FIRST DAY, June 11.— PaoDUOK Stakks of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 100 added,, for 
three year olds, colts Sst. 7lb., Allies 8st. 3lb. ; 31h. and 5lb. allowed, &c. ; the secood 
to receive 90 sovs. oat of the stakes. One mile and three-quarters.— ?3 sabs. 



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Mr W. H. Brook's br. c. Juggernaut (3lb.) 

b. c. CunsteUafittn 

Capt Cookson's br. f. Launcelot, dam by 

Langar or Emigrant (:Ub.) 
Mr Copeland'8 b. f. Drill 
Mr Critchley'sch. c. T/te Ringleader 
Mr Duvies's ch. c. Bamrick 

ch. c. by Apollo— Black Art(5lb.) 

Mr W. Denham's ch. f. Avia (5lb.) 

Mr Eddison'sch. c. by John o' Gaunt— John 

Cosser's dam (5lb.) 
Mr J. Gill's ch. c. by Emilius — Hecate 

(Sib.) 
Mr Greville'sb. f. Bradnmante (dead), (51b.) 
Mr Hesseltine's foal (dead), by Ithuriel— 

ARpen (31b.) 
Mr W. Kemp's b. c. Palmerston (3lb.) 
Mr J. Lillie's b. or br. f. Queen Bee 
Mr Merrv'a h. f. Maid of the Mountain 
Mr J. B. Minor's br. f. Manilla (3lb.) 
Mr G. Morton's b. f. Truelove (Sib.) 
Mr B. Murray's ch. f. by Sleight-of-Hand, 

out of Mountain Daisy (5lb!) 

Second Year of the Biknnial STAKcg'of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for three year olds, 
colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb; the winner in 1850 to carry 51b. extra; the second to 
receive 25 sovs. out of the stakes. One mile and a half.— 10 subs. 

Mr Brook's br. c. Constellation Mr J. Norris's br. c. (h.-b.) by St. Martin, 



Mr B. Murray's ch. f. by Sleight-of-Hand, 

out of Queen of Carthage (31b.) 
MrG. Ongley's br. c. (dead), by GHbeit 

Gurnev— The Queen of the Gipsies (31b.) 
Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. T/ie Black Doctor 

(31b.) 
Mr C. Peck's b. f. Maid of All- Work (31b.) 
Mr J. Scott's b. f. Frolicsome (31b.) 
Mr Skerratt's b. c. by Accident, out of Gar- 

gamelle (31b.) 
Mr Smallpage's b. or br. f. Palmeres (51b.) 
Mr H. Stebbing's ch. f. by Ratan— Celeste 

(51b.) 
Mr H. Wadlow's b. c. The Prime Minister, 

(31b.) 
Mr Whaley's b. c. Master Richard (3lb.) 

br. f. Just in Time (3lb.) 

br. c. by Seahorse, out of Princess 

(5lb.) 
Mr J. Whitworth's br. f. Breba C3lb.) 

b. f. The Little Fawn (31b.) 

b. c. Serus (3lb.) 



Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Teddington 

ch. c. Legume 

*Mr J. Lillie's br. f. Queen Bee 
*Mr Merry's b. c Louis Napoleon 

fFon in 1850 hij Louis Napoleon, hy a head; The Black Doctor second; Quem Bee third. 
Only three ran. 

First Year of the Second Biknnial Staxxs of 10 sov. each, with 50 added, two year 
olds, colts Sst. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb. ; the second to receive 25 sovs. out of the stakes. 
T.Y.C.—llsubs. 



d. by Tomboy 
•Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. The Black Doctor 
Mr B. Way's ch. f. Furtuna 
Mr T. Worthington's b. c. Goliah 
b. c. Harlequin 



Mr W. T. Park's b. c. Ijuri/er 
Mr Pedley's b. or br. f. Trousseau 
ch. c. fVide-awalte 



Mr Copeland's b. c. Director 

Mr K. Dyson's b. c. The Lord if the Manor 

Mr Johnstone's br. c. Garibaldi 

br. c. by Annandale— Enchantress 

Mr J. Osborne's *b. c. by Y. Priam, out of 

Y. Tififany 
b. f . Merry Bird 

The Union, Trade, and Salford Borongh Cupi, and Two year old Stakes, cIom and name on the l«t of 
Jannary. 



Mr Worthington's b. f. by Launcelot, out of 
Colljua 

ch. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, dam 



(1844) by Pantaloon, out of Banter 



CHESTER SPRING, 1851. 

Col. PEEL, Hon. Major PITT, and Hon. Col. ANSON, Stbwahds. 

Mr. E. W. ToFHAM, Clerk of the Course. Mi . Hibbubo, Starter. 

[Commence Tuesday, April 29.] 

The Fonrth Year of the Cestriak Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 50 added, for three 
year olds, colts Sst. 6lb., fillies and geldings Sst. 3lb. ; the winner of the Dee Stakes 
to carry 3lb. extra. The winner to pay lU sovs. to the fund. One mile and three- 
quiu-ters. — 16 subs. 



Mr Bateman's b. c. Lot^h Baum 
Mr O. Barton's ch. o. Oalileo 
Ld Chesterfield's ch. f. Paymemt 
Mr Copeland's br. f. Drill 



Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Vermuth 
Mr Howlin'sch. f. Ballerina 
Mr E. Jones's b. f. lanihe 
Mr Meik lam's br. c. Tom Holtby 



Mr Dawson's tr, c. by Trueboy, out of Lady I Mr A. Nichol's b. c*. Neuminster 



Paramount 
Mr Green's b. c. Guardsman 
j Capt Hareonrt's b. c. brother to Ellerdale ; 
I Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Balsamo 



Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. The Black Doctor 

Mr J. Scott's b. c. Presto 

Mr Worthingten's b.c Harlequin 



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The Third Year of the Koodek Pboduck Stakes of 15 iov. each, 10 ft. for three vfrftr 
olda, colts 88t. 81b., fillies Hat. dlb. ; 31b. and 61b. allowed, &c. One mile and a half. 
-9 snbfl. 



Mr Copeland's br. f. Drill 

Mr Denham's ch. f. Avia (61b.) 

Mr Mostyn'f b. c. Harpsichord (31b.) 

— f. by Touchstone— Princess Alice 
(31b.) 
Mr Skerratt's br. c. Paddy Whack (31b) 



Mr Skerratt's b. c. by Loadstone— Wheelock 

Lass (6ib.) 
Mr £. w. Topham ns. b. c. Ouardsman (31b.) 
Mr Rolfs m. by Discount, covered by 

Touchstone, and Capt Cookson's br. m. 

by Lanj^ar or Emigrant, covered by 

lAuricelot — ^produce not declared. 



Tlie Dee Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 200 added, for Uiree year olds, Derby weights; 
the second to receive 50 sovb. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 26 soys, towards 
expenses. Grosvenor Course. — 48 subs. 



Ld Airlie's b. f. by The Cure— Equation 

Capt ArchdalVs br. c. Badajoz 

Mr 6. Barton's br. c. Newman Noggs 

bl. f. Madame fVharton 

Mr Bateman's ch. <:• Lough Baton 

Mr Binnie's b. or br. c. Atlutll 

Ld Caledon's b. c. Osceoia 

Ld Clifden's b. c. Oleander 

Mr Copeland's b. c. Chance 

Mr S. Davidson's br. c. Jack Ijeeming 

Mr J. Davies's ch. c. Samrick 

Mr Eddison's ch. c. by John o'Gannt, out of 

John Cosser's dam 
Ld Eglinton's ch. c. Pandemva 

b. c. Hippolytug 

Mr Fowler's br. c. The Reaper 

Mr Gully's b. c. Solomm 

Mr Halford's b. c. Mr. Merryman 

Capt Haioourt's b. c. brother to Ellerdale 

Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Balsamo 

b. f. Fermuth 

• ch. c. The Confessor 

Mr. Hesseltine's br. c. the Setter 
Mr Howlin's br. c. Taghman 
Mr £. J. Irwin's b. g. lAtrd Edward 

b. c. Thunderbolt 

Mr Jaques's b. c. Entre-nous 



Mr Meeson's eh. c. Stnfbrd 

br. c. First Fruits 

Mr Meiklam's br. c. by Lanercost, dam 
(184S), by Voltaire 

b. c. by Trueboy— Parasina 

Mr Mostyn's f . by Touclistone, out of Prin- 
cess Alice 

Mr A. NichoVs b. c. Newminster 

Mr R.E.01iver's b. c. Sir Rowland Trenchard 

Mr Qsbildeston's b. c. by Touchstone, u«t 
of Mountain Sylph 

(dead) b. c. by Charles XH., out of 

Morsel 

Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. The Black Doctor 

Mr Payne's ch. f. Qlendale 

Mr Pedley's oh. c. l/nd Byron 

Mr Shepherd's b. f. Lady Mowbre^ 

Mr W. Stebbing's b. g. Kossuth 
b. e. Knook Knoll 



Mr Stevens ns. ch. c. Heart of Oak 
ns. br. f. St. Hilda 



Oapt Thompson's b. e. by LAtineelot, ovt 

of Penelope 
Mr J. Wilsou's br. f. Queen Bee 

ro. c. Active 

Mr Worthington's bt. c. Ooliah 
Jid Zetland's br. c. Lightfhat 



The First Year of the Triennial Produce t^TAKEs of 10 sov. each, h. ft., with 60 
added, for two year olds, colts 8st. 91b., fillies, 8st. 51b. ; 3lb. and 61b. allowed. See. 
The winner to pay 10 sovs. to the fund. T.Y.C.— 10 subs. 



Mr G. Barton's b. c. Bethgelert (31b.) 
Mr Bateman's ch. c. Dismay 

b, f. by Frenev— Kate Kearney 

Mr Copeland's b. c. The'Corporal (31b.) 
br. c. Director 



Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Hautboy (6lb.) 

b. c Bob Major (61b.) 

Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. March Bird («lb.) 

b f. The Merry Bird (31b.) 

Mr C. Peck's b. f. Needle (3lb.) 



The Tradb Cup, Lo»d Westminster's Plate, Chbstbrpibld Handicap, Ghosvenob, Palatini 
MosTiTN, Creshibe, and two or three other Stakes, close aUd oame od the Ut of January. ' 



CHESTER AUTUMN, 1851. 

The Fifth Year of the Chester Leviathan Stakes of 10 sovs. each, with 30 added fbr 
three year olds, colts 8st. 81b., fillies 8st 41b. ; the winner of the Derby, Oaks or 
Doncaster St. Leger. to carry 71b., the second for either 31b. extra ; the winner of \be 
Dee Staltes, the Liverpool St. Leger, the Great Yorkshire, or of any other sweepstake 
(handicaps excepted) of the value of 300 sovs. clear, 31b. extra t maidens at starting 
allowed 5lb. Subscribers to be at liberty to change one nomination on or before 
the Ist of January, 1851, on paying a bonus of 10 sovs., to be divided between the 
second and third horses ; the winner to pay 10 sovs. towards expenses. One mile and 
three quarters.— 8 subs. ., 



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M? IH^yson's br. c. by Traelioy, out of 

Lady Paramount 
Mr Fowler's br. c. The Reaper 
MrE. J. Irwin's b. c. Thunderbolt 
Mr Meiklam'sbr. c. Constellation 



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Naughty Tonmy, 



Sir (>. Rusbout's b, 

(h.b.) 

Mr Skerrnttns. br-c. Taghman 
Mr Worthinfjton's br. c. Qoliah 
Mr W. Wright's b. f. Miss Flyaway 



LIVERPOOL, 185L 

Vbcount CLIFDEN, Sir J.HAWLEY, nndG. PAYNE, Esq., Stbwaiids. 

Mr. C. \V. TorHAM, Clerk of (he Course. Mr. Clark, Judge. Mr. Hibbord, StarMr. 

WEDNESDAY, July 9.— The Sktton Stakks of 30 sovs. each, h. ft., for three vear old 

filliM, 8st. 71b. each. One mile and a lialf. 
L<i .Airlie's b. f. by The Cure, out of Equa- I Mr E. J. Irwin's ch. f. The Abbess 
tion I Ld Stanley ns. b, f. Frolicsome 

Thb Lakcashire Oaks of 10 sov. each, b. ft., with 100 added for three year old Allies 
bst. 71b each ; the winner of the Oaks at Epsom to carry Tib., the second 5lb. and the 
winner of the lOUO gs. stakes, 5lb., or of any other sweepstakes of the value of 3'tO sov. 
clear, 3lb. extra ; too horse to carry more than 7lb. extra ; maidens havin"; been 
beaten twice, allowed 3lb., thrice or more 31b.: the second to receive 30 sov. out of the 
stakes, and the winner to pay 10 sov. towards expenses. Once round. — 23 subs. 



Ld Airlies b. by The Cure— Equation 

Capt Archdall'sh. Quadroon 

Mr G. Barton's bl. Madame fFharton 

b. The Little Fawn 

Mr Copeland's b. or br. Drill 
Mr S Davidson's br. Vivandiere 
Mr T. Dawson ns.b. ff^sh 

na. b. Tightwnist 

Mr Halford's b. by Melbourne— Rebecca, 

by Ishmael 
Mr Harrison's ch. Tricltstress 
S r J. Hawley's b, Fermuth 
M r. E. J. Irwm's ch. The Abbess 



Mr Jaques's ch. Heirloom 

Mr Lawson's ch. Minna 

Mr Merry's b. Maid of the Movnt(\in 

Mr W. M. Monkman ns.b. by Lanercost, 

out of Modesty 
Mr Mostyn's by Touchstone — Princess Alice 
Mr Payne's ch. fflendale 
Mr J. Srott's b. Frolicsome 
Mr Shepherd's b. Ijady Mowbray 
Mr Thomas's ch. by Paugh-a-Ballagh, out of 

Motley 
Capt Thompson's b. by Launcelot — Virgin 
Mr J. Wilson's br. Queen Bee 

A Pboducb Swbkpstakks of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for two year old») colt» 
8st. ;lb., fillies Sat. 4lb. ; 3Ib and 5Ib. allowed, &c. T.Y.C.^U subs. 

Mr G. Barton's b. e. I'eeping Tom, by Lanercost, out of Lady Stafford 

b. c. Bethgelert, by Lanercost, out of Mystery (3lb,) 

Capt Cookson's b. f. MayUokum^ by Mickey Free, out of Alice May (3lb.) 

Mr Copeland's br. c. Director t by Dravton, out of Maid of Burghley 

Mr J. Davies's b. f. by Tearaway, oat of Black Art (3lb.) 

Ld Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm, out of Physalis (31b.) 

Mr Howlin's eh. f. by Mominj^ Star, out of Indiana (3Ib.) 

Mr Merry's b. c. Hajtwf Joe, by Lanercost, out of Morea 

Mr J. Norris's br. c. (h-b.) by Annaudale, dam by Tomboy (5lb.) 

Sir R. Pigot'a b. c. by Venison, out of Birthdav (31b.) 

Ld Stanley's b. or ro. c. Merry-go-round, by Itliuriel, out of Tour de Force (5lb.) 

b. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Meeanee (31b.) 

Mr Southpate's 'Lady Claremont, covered by Vitellius, produce not declared ; Mr. O. 6. 
Willington did nut name. 

The BicKERSTArrc Stakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b.> 
fillies Hat. 4lb.; 3lb. allowed, &c. Each snbecriber named two foals, with the option 
of changing one of them on the last day ci the .Tuly Meeting, 1849, upon payment 



of a bonus of lu sovs. to the second horse. 
Ld Caledon's b. c. Osceola 
^ b. or ch. c. by Simoom, out of 

Lady Caroline 
Ld Clifden's b, c. Harpsichord 
— b. f. (ialaxy 



One mile. One lo the post.— 4 subs. 
Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Don John, out of 

Miss Whip 
TO. f . by Lanercost or Reti iever, out 

of Physalis C3lb.) 
Ld Stanley's ch. c. Olympian (3lb.) 
b. c. Crotchet (bib.) 

SvTKEPSTAKES of SOsovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts Sst. 81b., fillies Sst. 41b. ; 

Sib. allowed, &c. One mile and a half. 
Mr H. Bradsbaw's b. c. Clasher \ Mr Jaques's b. f. Princess Emilia (Sib.) 

b. g. BluudeU Sir R. Pigot's b. c. by Faugh-a-BalUgh, d. 

Mr J. Davies'sch. c. Bamick | by Bran (81b.) 



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Second Year of a Produce Stakes of 200 tov. each, h. ft. for the produce of mares coT*rerf 
in 1847, colts Sst. 81b., fillies 8st. 3lb.,3lb. and 6lb. allowed, &c. Each snbscnbef 
named two mares, and to bring the produce of one to the port, but not to be restricted 
to brinjf the same in each year, and to be allowed to run both m eithei year on pay- 
ment on each occasion of an ejstra half aUke. Stoble-turn m.-b subs. 

- - • ' ' " *Mr Mostyn's b. c. £frtr/*«tcAari(3lb.) 

D of Richmond's b. f. (dead) by Touchstone 
—Soldier's Daughter 

b. f. (dead) by Epirus— Piism 

Ld Stanley's b. f. Sensitive (dead) 
ch.f. /ri«(3lb.) 



Col Anson's br. f. by Don John— LoUypop 

• br. c. Hernandez 

lA Eglinton's b, f. Emeute (31b.) 

b. c. De Rityter 

Ld Glasgow's b. c. by D. John— Miss Whip 

* b, c. Nondescript 

Won in 1850 by Hernandex, Harpsichord second, Ld OUugow^s eolt third; only three ran. 

THURSDAY.— Foal Stakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts Sat 61b.* 
fillies Sst. 3lb. ; 31b. allowed, &c. Once round and a distance, 



Sir R. W. Bulkeley's ch. c. Hoohem Snimey 

(31b.) 
Ld EgUnton's b. c. Pandemus 
Ld Stanley's b. c. Storm 



Ld Stanley's b. c. Croupier 

Mr G. Watt's br. c. Third nf May 

br. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of 



Echidna 



FRIDAY.— The LivsapooL St. Leoeb of 25 sov. each, with 100 added, for three year 
olds, colts 8«t. 81b., fillies Set. 31b. ; the winner of the 2000 gs., or Derby, to carry 71b., 
of tlie lOOO gs. or Oaks 6lb., of the Dee Sukes or Lancashire Oaks 3lb. extra ; of any 
two of the above 2lb. extra, in addition to the hishest weight attached to either of 
such two ; the second to receive 00 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 
10 sovs. towards expenses. One mile and three-quarters.— 23 subs. 



Ld Airlie's b. f. by The Cure— Equation 
Mr G. Barton's br. c. Newman Noggs 
Mr Davidson's br. f. Vivandiere 
Ld Eglinton's b. c. Cnaus 

b. c. Higpolytus 

. br. c. Bonnie Dundee 

Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Don John — Miss 

Whip 
Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Vermuth 
Mr E. J. Irwin's b. c. Thunderbolt 

b. g. Lord Edward 

Mr H. Johnson's br. c. Aubrey 

Ld H. Lennox's b. c. Boo 

Match.—IA Glasgow's ro. f.bv Lanercost or Retriever out of Physalis, agst Ld Stanley's 

ch. f. Iris, 8st. 5lb. each. Stable turn in, 300.— 100 ft. 
Match.—IA Stanley's b. or ro. c. Merry-go-round agst Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Miserieorde, 

Sst. 4lb. each. Half a mile.— 800 h. ft. 
The LiverpoolCup, Mbbskv Stakxs, Dcrbt Handicap, Grosvehor Stakes, &c., close and nuse 
on the 1st of Januar3r. 



Mr Meiklam's br. c. by Lanercost, dam 

(1842) by Voltaire 
Mr Merry's b. c. Pierre de Tousfte 
Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. by Touchstone, oat 

of Mountain Sylph 
Mr Payne ns. ch. c. Ariosto 
Sir R. Pigot's br. f. Mexico 
Mr Quin's Ut, c. fFhiff" 
D of Richmond's b. c. Buckhotmd 
Mr St. George's ch. c. bro. to Chanticleer 
Ld Stanley's b. c. Croupier 
Mr W. Stebbing's b. g. Rmuth 
Mr Worthington's br. c. Ooliah 



NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE, 1851. 

Earl of ZETLAND. Earl of DURHAM. J. MEARV. Esq., and J. D. SHAFTO, Esq.— Stkwaros. 
Mr. RAoroBD. Secretary. Mr. Riobard Joumoii* Judge. Mr. J. Orat, Staner. 

First Teienkial Stakes of 10 sov. each, h. 
8st. 4lb. ; the second to receive 10 per cent., 

Two miles.— 27 subs. 

Ld Eglinton's b. c. Minors 

ch. c. The Knight of Avenel 



MONDA.Y, June 23.— The Third year of the 
It., for fonr year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies 
and the third 5 per cent, out of the stakes. 

Mr J. Bell's br. f. by The Doctor, out of La 
Femme Sage 

•Mr Bowes's b. f. Rijbinslta 

ch. c. by H. Platoff— Total Eclipse 

ch. c. Michletun 

Mr W. H. Brook's b. c. fFitchera/t 

b. c. Oleam 

Mr J. Ck>okson's ch. f. Sugar-cane (dead) 

Ld EgUntOB s b. f. Probity 



Mr C. Headlam's br. c. Podasohas 
Mr A. Johnstone's b. c. by Voltaire, out of 
Executrix 

• br. c. The fTelshman 

Mr Meiklam's b.c. The Italian 
+Mr Merry's br. f. Baroness 
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Mr Meny*s ch. c. Cabman 
Mr J. H. Pearfs ch. f. Halcvon 
Mr S. Reed's br. f. Lady ff^Ud 
*Mr J. Scott's ch. c. Shadwell 

ch. cPitsfiird 

f — — ns. b. c. The Prior ofLanercost 



Mr R. D. Shafto's ch. f. The ^vrdy-gvrdy 

Oirl 
Mr Snewing's b. c. St. Oeorge 
f Mr Stephenson's b. f. fF/tim 
•Mr Wentworth's ch. f. Ithania ' 

fMr Wrather's gr. f. Mist Dalgleish (dead) 



This Stake tolu won t« 1849 by Ithania by a lengthy Shadwell second, St. Martin c. third ; 

Bybinska/ell ; only these four (•) started. 

fFonin 1850 by the Prior ofLanercost by. a head^ Baroness second; the tUrters are denoted 

by an obelisk (f). 



"Hia Tthk Stakks of 10 sots, each, for two year olds, colts 8st 71b 

Half a mile.— 11 subs. 
Mr Buwes's b. f. by Hetman Platoff, out of 

Maid of Lune 
Mr W. H. Brook's br. c. The Brahmin 
Ld Eglinton's ch. c. Pelnpidas 

b. c. The Sheltie 

- b. f. Veracity 



fillies 88t4lb 



Mr. Pedley's ch. c. Stratagem 

ch. c. Wide-awake 

—^ na. b. c. Comey 

Mr J. Scott's b. f. Songstress 
Ld Zetland 8 br. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, ont 
of Siberia 



Sir C. Monck's b. or br. f. by Irish Bird- 
catcher, out of Cast-steel 

TUESDAY.— Second year of the Seoond TaiENwiAT. Stakes of 10 80vs..each,'h. ft., for 
three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 41b. ; the second to sa^e his stake. Two 
miles. — 17 subs. 



Mr|W. Baxter's br. c. The Roman 
Mr Bowes's ch. c. Ipsus 
■ ch. f . Epira 



- ch. f. Katunga 



Sir G. Monck's br. f. by Galanthus, out of 

Castaway 
Mr J. H. Peart's b. c. by Velocipede, out of 

Albatross 
b. f. (dead) by Bay Middleton, ou^ 

of Margaret 
Mr J. Scott's b. f. Frolicsome 

* b. c. Presto 

•Mr G. Wentworth's ch. c. Azeth 

Mr Bowes's Mowerina^ covered by Ptit«* 

fighter— wrong nomination. 



Ld Clinton's b. c. Bonnie Dundee 

b. f. JSmeute 

Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Don John, out of 

Miss Whip 
. '■ — TO. f. by Lanexcost, or Retriever, 

out of Physalis 
Mr A. Johnstone's ch. f. Marion 
— ' br. f. by Charles XII. — Executrix 

fFon in is&O by Azeth, beating Presto by a head; only two ran. 

WEDNESDAY.— Tlie North Debbt of 10 sov. each, p. p., with 100 added, for threo 
year olds, colts 8st., 7lb., fillies, 8st 2lb. ; the winner of any stake before starting valu« 
500 sov., to carry 5lb extra ; the second to receive 50 sov. out of tlie stakes ; and tho 
winner to pay 10 gs. to the Judge. Once round.— 21 subs. 
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by 



lA Eglinton s b. e. Cnaus 

b. c. Hipvolytus 

JAr Merry's b. c. Louis Napoleon 

b. c. Physician 

Mr Harrison's ch. f. Trickstress 
Mr Phillip's b. c. J^e Ja»/'(late La Juive) 
Mr Parker's b. c. The Calculator 
Capt Liddell's b. f. Truth 

— b. f. Ijouisa 

BCr W. F.wbank's ch. c. England's Olory 
MEr K. J. Irwin's b. c. Thunderbolt 
Ji/Sj Job Marson's br. f. Nancy 

IFirst year of the Tkikd Triennial Produce Stakes of 10 sov. each, h. ft., for two year 
olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies 8st. 4lb. ; the second to receive 10 per cent., and the third 
5 per cent, out of the stakes. Haifa mile. — IS subs. 

3Ar Dawson's b. f. The Bitch 



Mr H. Stebbinff's b. or br. c. The Cutler 

Mr Wentworth's ch. c. Axeth 

Mr Watson's b. or bl. f. Nydia (late Con- 
fession) 

Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. The Black Doctor 

Mr A. Nichol's b. c. Neuminster 

Mr Meiklam's br. c. by I^nercost, d. 
Voltaire — Lightning's dam 

Mr Dawson's b. f. Tightwaist 

Mr J. S. Davidson's br. c. Jcu:k Leeming 

br. f . Fivandiere 



j;^! Eglinton's b.f. Veracity 
- " ■ ■ " ■■■ b. c. ClnverhoHse 

. — " ch. c. Pelopidas 

Oapt Harcourt's b. or br, c. bro, to Ellerdale, 

by Lanercost 
^r Meiklam's b, f. by Fancy-bov, out of 

Florence 



Mr Meiklam's b. c. Cleveland 

Mr Peart's f. (dead) by Irish Birdcatcher, 

Ennui 
Mr B. Phimmer's b. c. Young Hawthorn 
Mr J. Scott's b. f. Songstress 
br. c. Don Carlos 



Mr Wrather's bl. f. by Trueboy, out of Miss 
Lydia 

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T(IUR6DAY.~The Oatbshxao oi Lottsbt Stakes of 10 aovs. ^acb^ with 60 addfld, 
for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., Allies 8st 4lb. ; the «econd to save his sMike. Two 
miles.— U subs. 



Mr Bowes's br. c. Augtralind 

Mr C. Boynton's b. c. by Poussin— Sootia 

Mr J. Cookson's ch. c. turpentine 

Ld Eglinton's br. c. Cneeas 

— — b. c. Pandmtus 

Capt Harcourt's b. c. bro. to EUerdale 
. Mr Hesseltina'a eh. e. Labyrinth 
Mr Merry's b . c . Luuis Napoleon 
The Ttbo Staku cIoms on the Ut of January, and ibe Nobtboubbblahd Plati, Cvp. MsMBiaf* 
Platb Hamsicaf, Gband Stand Btakbs, and Cobbobation PtATBf oa tbs Itt of March. 



Mr J. H. Peart na. b. c. Neuminstgr 

Mr J. Scott's h. f. Frolicsome 

Mr H. Stephenson's ro. f. by Emilius, out of 

Nan Darrell 
Mr O. White na. b. or br. c. The Cvtter 
Mr Worthington's b. c. Harlequi» 
' br. e. Ooliah 



CATTERICK BRIDGE, 1851. 

Dnkeof LEEDS, R. M. JAQDSS, Eoq.. and J. MEIKLAM, Em).— Stbwabos. 
Mr. Cabtwbioht, Clerk of the Courte. Mr. Ricbabd Jobmsov, Jadg*. 

Third year of the Fibst Easbt Trixnnial Pboduok Stakbs of 10 sov. each, h. ft, for 
the produce of mares covered in 1846, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies 8st 31b. ; the second to 
save liis stake, -and the winner to pay 6 sov. towards expenses. Two miles. S8 subs. 



Mr Hutchinson's bl. e. by Ratan— Sunset 
Mr Jaques's b. f. fFavfiirer 

* b. c. Iku^hin 

Mr Jaques ns. b. c. ThaeJieray 
Mr A. Johnstone's br. c. The JFehkman 
b. c. by Voltaire— Executrix 



Mr Bell's br. f. by The Doctor, out of La 

Femme Sage 

• b. c. Wadon 

Mr Cookson's ch. f. Sugar-cane (dead) 

Mr Cuthbert's b. f. Maladroit 

Mr Davy's br. c. by The Doctor, out of 

Maid of Avenel 
Mr M. Dawson's b. f. Leather 
Mr W. H. Dawson's ch. f. Particle 
Ld Eglinton's b. c. Mavors 

ch. c. The Knight (^Avenel 

Ld Gla^ow's br. c. by Bay Middleton, out 

of Canada 
*Mr Gill's br. c. JEsculapius 
Mr Holloway's b. c. by Venison, out of 

Magdalene 

The abone Stake was von in 1849 by The Jlalian by tttfo lengths, Timothy second, JReeulaptits 

third. The starters are denoted by an asteriik. 

In 1850 walked over far by The Italian, 

Second year of the Second Easbt Tbievnial Produox Stakes of 10 sov. ««ch, h. ft, ftv 
the produce of mares covered in 1847, co^ts 8st. 71b., fillies Sst. 31b ; the second to save 
his stake, and the winner to pay 6 sovs. towards expenses. To start at the em4 of tlie 
straight run in, and go once round and in. —24 subs. 



•fMr Meiklam't b. c. The Italian 
Mr J. H. Peart's ch. f. Halcyon 

ch. f. The Taller Oal 

Mr Pedley's gr. or ro. f. Lady Bountifvi 
• , b. c. Timothy 

Capt Pott's b. c. fVallace 
Mr J. Scott's b. e. Cyprus 

ch. c. Pitsford 

Mr Stephenson's b. f. SaerUice 
b. f. fThim ^ 



•Mr W, Allan's b.c. Neasham 

*Mr Dawson ^ br. c. by Traeboy, out of 

liady Paramount 
Ld Eglinton's b. c CncBUs 
Ld Glasgow's, b. c. by Don John, out of 

Miss Whip 
Mr C. H. HollowBy'8 br. g. Edward of York 
Mr J. Hutchinson's b. f. by Emilius— Sunset 
Mr Jaques's b- c. Entre-nous 
- b. f . Heirloom 



- ns. c. by Melbourne— Vignette 
. br. f. St. Etienne 



Mr A. Johnstone's ch. f. Marion^ 
br. f. by Charles XIL — Executrix 



Mr Meiklam'c b. f. by Lanerooet — ^Modesty 
bt.c.TomHoltiiy 



Mr J. H. peart's br. c. by Veloeipedey out 

of Albatross 
Mr Peck's b. f. Maid of all fFork 
Mr Robinson's b. f. iVWia(lateC<»a£esaioB) 
Mr J. Scott's br. f. Frolicsome 

b. f. Louie 

b. c. Presto 



Mr Shafto's ch. f. by Bed Deer— Peeuiiia 
Mr Stephenson's ch. c. Roman 
b. f. Conjidence 



Mr W. Allan's Themis, covert by Hetman 
Platoff, produce not declared 



/Tun tn 1850 by Neasham by a neck, Presto second, c. by Trueboy third, and Heirlom 
fourth; only four ran* 

First year of the TaiBD Easbt Tbiennial Pbodvce Stakes of lOaovs. each, h. ft. for 
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jsave his stake, and tl^e winner to ps^y 5 

21 subs. 
Mr Cookson's br. c. Claverhouse 

— br. f. IjQunceletta 

Mr Cuthbert's b. c. Olendinning 
Mir T. Dawson's b. f. The Bitch 

ch. c. The Vcurtnint 

Mr W. H. Dawson's f. by The Squire, out 

of Portion 
Ld Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm— Fhysalis 
'■ ch. f. by John-o'-Gauntj out of 

Conspiracy 
Capt Harcourt's b. c. hro. to Ellerdale, by 

Lanercost 
Mr Hesseltine's br. f. Catch-*em 



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SOYS, towards expenses. Straight run in.— 



Mr Hesseltine's f. by The Squire, out of Join- 

yille's dam 
Mr Jaques's b. c. Snarler 

b. c. The Sheltie 

Mr Meiklam's b. c. Cleveland 

br. f. by Fancy Boy— Florence 

Mr J. J. Robinson's ch. f. JmjMifiition 
Mr J. Scott's b. f. Songstress 

ch. f. Canina 

Mr Stephenson's br. c. Caracara 

Ld Zetland's br. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, 

out of Siberia 
Mr J. Williamson's b. c. Jv^promptu 



YORK, 1851, 

The Hon. Capt. SOUS, and J, MEIKLAM, Biq.. StkwabdI. " 
Mr. NoBTB, Secretary, Mr. Clask, Judge, Mr. Hibbcrd, Starter. 

"WEDNESDAY, Aug. 20.— The Yorkshirk Oaks of 1 5 sov. each, 5 ft., with 100 added, for 
three \ear old Allies, 8st. 71b. ; the winner of the Oaks at Epsom to carry 7lb.,'the 
second 31b. extra; the winner of any other three year old stake, value 500 sots., 
to carry 4lb. extra; no horse to carry more than lOlo. extra; maiden fillies, having 
been beaten in 1851, allowed 4lb. ; ditto in 1850 and 1851 , 7lb. : fillies having xe- 
ceived 50 sovs. for running second (handicaps excepted) not to be considered maidens ; 
the second to receive 40 sovs. out of the stakes, and tne third to save her stake. The 
winner to pav 10 sovs. towards expenses. One mile and a quarter. — 64 subs. 



Mr Allen's b. Nicoliana 

Capt Archdall's b. Qftadrmnn 

Mr Atkinson's b. Sperm-ligJkt 

Mr G. Barton's bl. Madame fFharion 

. b. The Little Faum 

Ld Galedon's br. Freckle 
Mr Copeland's br. Drill 
Mr S- Davidson's br. VivandUre 
Mr Dawson ns. br. Pinch 
■ ns. b. Tigktwaisi 



' ns. b. Scitch Jeannie 
- ns. b. fTish 

. br. Miss Frith 



Mr Drinkald's b. by Metal, out of Kitten 
Hr Eiddison's ch. oy John o' Gaunt, d. 

(1838) by Belshazzar 
Ld Eglinton's b. Emeute 
Mr Gratwicke's br. The Squaw 

• b. Henrietta 

Mr T. Harrison's ch. Blue Blazes (dead) 
Sir J. Hawley's b. Vermuth 

b. SIS. to Miami 

• bl. Bic6a 

Mr Henry's ch. Julia 
Mr Hesseltine's ch. Unitu 
Mr H.Hill's ch. it'otVa ' 
Mr Howard's ch. Christina 

. ch. PresHoe 

Mr W. S. P. Hughes's bl. by Cowl, out of 

Celandine 
Mr Hum|4irie8' b. by Bay Middleton, out 

ofLHirondelle 
Mr Jaques's ch. Hsirloom 
Idr A. Johnstone's ch. Mariaa 

— — b. Maggy 

Mr H. Johnson 8 br. dmfidence 



Ld H. Lennox's b. Theorem 

Mr Milner ns. bl. The Leading Article 

Mr Merry's b. Maid of the Mountain 

Sir C. Monck'sb.by Lanercost, out of Garland 

Mr Monkman ns. b. by Lanercost, out of 

Modesty 
Mr A. Nichol's.b. Beatrice (dead) 
Mr R. E. Oliver's ch. Ischia 
Mr J. Osborne's b. Brandy Nan 
Mr C. Peck's ch. Ladjf cf'the Oruve 
Mr Pedley's ch- Fffty-three 
D of Richmond's ch. Hurry-scurry 
Baron Rothschild's by Kremlin, out of Ev^n- 

ini; Star 
Mr Roth well's b. EaXon 
Mr J. Scott's b. Frolicsome 

b. Jjuuie 

Mr J. Shepherd's b. Lady Mowbray 
Mr Smallpage's br. Palmeres 
Ld Stanley's ch. Jris 
Mr W. Stebbing's b. Emily 

b. Pet Lamb 

br. Trick 

Mr H. Stebbing's b. by Red Deer — Emilia 
Mr Thompson's gr. The Flyvw Dutchwoman 

— f. by Galaor, ont of Pvrrha 

br. by Galaor, out of Stephanie 

Mr Watts's br. St. HUda 
ch. Britannia 



br. Jjady cfthe Turf 

Col. Westenra's hr. Wanton 

Mr T. A. Wilkinson's b. by Theon, out of 

Coimbra 
Mr W. Wright's b. Miss Flyaway 
Major Yarburgb's bl. LUy 

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The EboaSt. Lxoeh Stakes of 25 sov. each, with 100 added for the secotidhoTse, for three 
year olds, colta Bat. 7lb., fillies 8st. 31b. ; the winner of the Derby to carrv 61b., and of 
the Oaks, 4lb. extra, of any three year old stake, value 500 sov., 31b. extra ; of 
any two of the above, 21b. in addition to the highest weight attached to either of anch 
two ; the winner to pav 10 sov. towards expenses. Two miles over the old ooux8e,.->- 
27 subs. 



Capt Archdall's br. c. Badajo* 
Mr Alleyne's b. c. The Tout 
Ld Eglinton's b. c. Cnaus 

ch. c. Pandemia 

Mr B. Green's br. c. Lord Nelson 

b. g. Peter the Great • 

br. c. Hexham 

Capt Harcourt's b. c. bro. to Ellerdale 
Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. The Confessor 

b. f. Fermvth 

bl. f. Breba 

Mr H. Hill's ch. c. Ipsvs 
Mr Jaques's b. c. Entre-nous 
Mr A. Johnstone's br. c. Moolraj 
br. c. Mooltcm 

The Bbamham Park Stakes of 100 sov. each, 30 ft., for three year olds, the produce of 
mares which never bred a winner; colta 8st. 7lb., fillies 8st. 31b.; winners in 1850 to 
carry 3lb., the winner of the Derby or Oaks Tib. extra. One mile and a half. 



Mr H. Johnson's br. c. Aubrey 

Mr A. Nichol's h. c. Newmimter 

Mr K. £. Oliver's br. c. Daneing Jack 

Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. by Touchstone, oat 

of Mountain Sylph 
Mr Parker's b. c. The Calculator 
Mr Pedley's ch. c. Xxtrd Byron 
Ld Stanley's b. c. Storm 

b. c. Croupier 
Ld Strathmore's b. c. Souffle 
Mr W. Stebbinff's b. c. Palmerston 

— ■ b. g. kossuth 
Major Vwbnrgh's b. c. by Lanercost, out of 

Easter 



Sir R. W. Bulkeley's ch. 

Saivtey 
Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Balsamo 



Hookum I Mr R. £. Oliver's b. 
1 Trenchard 

I Ld Stanley's br. c. Crochet 
I ch. c. Olympian 



Sir Rowland 



The Colt Sai*ling Stakes of 50 sov. each, 80ft., for two year olds, 8st. 71b. eaclu One 
mile. 9 subs. 



Capt Cookson's br. Claverhouse 
Capt Harcourt's b. bro, to Ellerdale 
Mr Hesseltine's b. The Oovernor 
Mr Jaques's ch. Odd Fellow 
Mr Kirby's b. The Grand Duke 



Mr Payne's b. by Cotherstone, out of Layla 
Mr Pedley's ch. fFide-awake 
Mr W. Stebbing's b. Young Hatffthom 
Ld Zetland's ch. Augur 



Match. — Ld Stanley's b. or ro. c. Mem/^go^ound, Sst. 71b. agst Ld Glasgow's b. f. by 
Alarm, — Physalis, Sst. 41b. ; Prince of VVales's Stakes Course. 200 sov., h. ft 

THURSDAY.— The Old Three Year old Produce Stakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft. 
colts Sst. 51b., fillies Sst. 21b. ; 31b. allowed, See. Two miles.— 8 subs. 



Mr Merry's b. f. Maid of the Mountain 
Mr Payne's ch. f. Glendale (31b.") 
Mr Wentworth'sch. c. Azeth (3lb.) 
Major Yarburgh's b. c. by Lanercost, out of 
Easter 



Mr. W. H. Brook's b. c. Juggernaut (31b.) 
IaL Glasgow's b. c. by Don John, out of Miss 

Whip 
Capt Harcourt's b. c. bro, to Ellerdale, by 

Lanercost 
Mr Jaques's b. c. Entre-nous 

The JuYENiLB Stakes of lOO sov. each, 30 ft., for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 

8st. 6lb., three-quarters of a mile. — 7 subs. 
Ld Airlie's br. f. Kestrel I Ld Glasgow's b. f . by Alarm, out of Physalis 
Capt Archdall's bl. f. Black Audrey I Mr Payne's b. f. Glenluce 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Maynes I Mr Wentworth's br. c. Hafed 
b. c. Sackbut \ 



The FiLLT Sapling Stakes of 50 sov. each, 20 ft., for two year olds, 8st. 71b. each, 
mile.— 8 subs. 



One 



Ld Airlie's br. Kestrel 

Mr Hesseltine's bl. Catch'em 

ch. Vision 

Mr Eirby's br. The Grand Duchess 
lid H. Lennox's b. Brawn 



Sir C. Monek*s br. by Irish Birdcateher, 

out of Oast-steel 
Mr Payne's ch. Hirsuta 
Mr Pedley's U or br. Trousseau 



The KvAVESMiRE Stakes of 100 sov. each, 30 ft. for three year olds, colts 8st.7lb., and flUiei 

Sst. 31b ; 31b. allowed, &c. One mile and three-quarters. 
Ld Airlie'8b.t by The Cure, out of Equation I Capt Harcourt's b. o. bro, to Ellerdale 

(31b.) Mr Payne's ch. f. Glendale 



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FRIDAY.— The Ninth Year of the Grkat Yorksribb Stakks of 10 sov. each, with 100 
added by the citizens of Yoric, for three year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies Sst. 2lb.; the 
winner of the Derby at Epsom to carry 7lb., and of the Oaks, 4lb. extra ; the owner 
of the second horse to receive lUO sov., and the third so. The winner to pay 25 sov. 
towards the expenses of the Course. One mile and three quarters.— 159 subscribers. 
Col Anson's br. f. Theorem, by Don John, dam by Dr. Syntax, out of Problem 

br. f. by Don John, out of Lollypop 

— — — b. c. Potent (dead), by Venison, out of Potentia 

br. c. Hernandezt by Pantaloon, out of Black Bess 

b. c. by Touclistone, out of Ellipsis 

Mr J. Aytoun's b. c. Solommy by E. O., out of Miss Etty 

Mr Bateman's eh. c. Lough Bourn, by Magpie, out of Surprise, Strychnine's dam 

Mr Baxter's br. c. The Roman (late Burton Vidsea), by Pompey, out of Jill, by Touchstone 

b.f. Nancy,hy Pompey, out of Hawise 

Mr Bowes's ch. c. Ipstu, by Epirus, out of Emma, by Whisker 

b. g. Anstralind, by Sleight-of-hand, out of Mowerina 

— — ch. f. Kalonga, by Hetman Platoff, out of Maid of Lune 

ch. f. Epira, by Epirus, out of Mickleton Maid 

Mr Braithwaite's b. c. Fairy King, by Venison, out of Fairing, by Defence 

br. f. Fwtny, by Auckland, out of Aquatic, by Albemarle 

Mr Bristow's br. c. by Ascot, out of Testatrix, by Touchstone 

Mr £. K. Clark's br. c. Olenhawh, by Lanercost,' out of Avis, by Camel 

Mr J. Clarke's b. c. The Marlborough Buck, (h. b.) by Venison, dam by Defence, — Niki 

Ld CUfden's b. f. Coticula, by Touchstone, out of Latitude 

b. f. Oakuty, by Bay Middleton, out of Plenary 

b.f. Begia, by Bay Middleton, out of H. R. H. 

«■ br. f. Sneer, by Bay Middleton, out of Irony 

b. c. Oleander, by Touchstone, out of Olive 

b. f. Olenochtv, by Plenipotentiary, out of Glenlui 

b. c. Uarptienord, by Touchstone, out of Concertina 

Sir C. Cockerell's br. or bl. c. Naughty Tommy (h. b.), by Kremlin, out of Niobe 
Mr W. D Cook's br. f. Tightwaist, by Young Longwaist, out of Windlass 
Capt Cookson na. b. or br. c. The Cutler, by SheflBeld, out of Ravensworth's dam 
Mr J. Cookson's ch. c. Turpentine, by Ratan, out of Camphine's dam 

b. or br. c. Timoiheus, by Hetman PUtoflf, out of Eunice, by Voltaire 

Mr Critchley's ch. c. The Binqledder, by Faui^'h-a-Ballagh, out of Rosa 

ch c. Clarendon, by Fangh-a-Ballagh, out of Delia 

Mr E. Grockford's b. c. Reindeer, by Venison, out of Charlotte, by Liverpool 

■ ' b. c. Cane, by Venison, out of Ratan's dam 

Mr Dawson's b. c. by Trueboy, out of Parasina, by Voltaire 

■ br. c. by Trueboy, out of M v Pet, by St. Martin 

■ ' ■' ■ ••- br. c. by Trueboy, out of Lacly Paramount 

*— br. f. Hiiss Frith, by Trueboy, out of Miss Branch * 

Mr Dyson'sb. e. The Partridae, by Kremlin, out of Remorse 

-' — b. c. Pavilion, by Kremlin, out of Cecilia, Christiana's dam 

Mr Ease's br. c. Trunnion, by Sealiorse, dam by Troilus or Economist, out of StilBTs Dam 

Ld Eglmton's br. c. Cnaus, bv Pompey, out of Interlude 

Mr Ewbank's b. f. Wish, by Touchstone, out of Hope, by Muley Moloch 

Mr Farrer's br. c. by Mahomet, dam (1843) by Phoenix, out of Miss Matthews 

Mr J. Gill's ch. c. by Emilius, out of Hecate 

Mr Greville's ch. c. Ariosto, by Orlando, out of Preserve 

br. f. Oinevra, by Orlando, out of Jamaica 

— br. f . Barcelona, by Don John, out of Industry 

Capt Harcourt's b. c. brother to Ellerdale, by Lanercost, dam by Tomboy 
Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Baltamo, by Cotherstone. out of Cheshire Witch 

ch. c. The Ban, by Don John, out of Young Deliance 

b. f. Fermuth, by Cotherstone, out of Vat 

Mr E. Herbert's b. c. fForcetter, by Colwick, out of Joanna, by Touchstone 

Mr Hill's b. c. Ricardus de Pickbume, by Bay Middleton, dam by Gladiator— Bavarian 

Mr Holloway's b. c. Miraeuknu, by Red Deer, out of Miracle 

— — br. g. Edward of York, by Picaroon, dam by The Saddler, g.'d. by SmolensKo 

br. c. (dead), by Lanercost, d. by M. Moloch, g.d. Columbine ' 

Mr C. Homsby's b- f. Duchess of Cumberland, by Venison, out of Slender 

Mr Humphrey's b. f. by Bay Middleton, out of L'Hirondelle 

Mr Irwin's b. g. Lord Edward, by Birdcatoher, out of The King of Kildare's dam 

Mr John Irwin's b. c. Thunderbolt, by Smallhopes, out of Mustard, by Philip the Fiiat 

Mr Jepflon'tb. c. ChatttDcrth, by Don John, oat of Snowdrop, by Spenoer 



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Mr A. Iohti8tDne*8 br. e. Mootraj,hy Charles XII., out of Mahllla 

br. c. Moottan, by Charles XII., out of Abigail, by Mulatto 

b. c (dead) by Charles XII.. out of Morsel (The Cure's dam) 

b. c. by St. Martin, out of Bess, sister to Our Nell 

. bl. or br. c. by St. Martin, out of Madelina, by The Mole 

- ch. c. ffengist, by Old England, out of Epilogue, by Inheritor 



ch. c. The Briton, by Old England, dam by St. Martin, out of Lady £den 

ch. c. by John-o'-Gaunt, dam by Langar, out of Annot Lvle 

Mr W. Jones's ch. c. Galileo, by WlUiam-le-Gros or Ben-y-Ghlo, out of The Biddy 

Mr Kirby's b. c. by Lanercost, out of Miss Thomasina, by Welb^k 

Mr T. C. Lawley's br. f. Freckle, by Lanercost, out of ijiav Grey 

Mr Liliie's br. or b. f. Queen Bee, by Tory-bov, out of Miss Frill 

Mr Lnmley's bl. f. Madame fFhdrton, by Cardinal PulT, out of Rackety Girrs dam 

-^— bl. c. by Cardinal Puff, out of Peggy 

Mr McTurk's br. f. Desideratum, by Ithuriel,'dam (18S7) by Plenipo, out bf Thebes 

Mr Meiklam's b. c, by Lanercost, out of Eborina 

br. c. Tom Holiby, by Lanercost, out of Florence 

Mr Merry's b. c. Ltmis Napoleim, by Lanercost, out of Madame SI. Clair 
Mr Milner na. bL f. The Leading Article, by The Era, out of Osberton's dam 
Mr J. Milner»8 ch. f. Epsilon, by Sleight of-hand, out of Beta, by Voltaire 

br. c. Picoreur, by Picaroon, out of Queen Anne, by Emilius 

Mr Newton's b. c. Galloper, by The Canter, out of Puffin 

-= br. c. Gamester, by Sleight-of-hand, dam by Velocipede, grandam by Wliisker 

Mr F. Newton's br. c. Duster, by Yaxley, d. by Velocipede, out of Alice, by PhaAtom 
Mr A. Nichol's b. c. Neuminster, by Touchstone, out of Bee's-wing 
Ld Ogilyy na. b. c. Swing, by Picaroon, out of Saily Warfoot 
Mr R. E. Oliyer's br. c. Jamac, by Joinville, out of Jemima 

ch. f. Ischia, by Ithuriel, out of Grace Darling, bv Sheet Anchor 

Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. The Black Doctor, by The Doctor, o^t of Betsy Bird 

Mr Payne's ch. f. Glendale, by Cotherstone, out of Glencalrue 

— — — ch. f. Cntalpa,h\ Epirus, out of Kalmia 

Mr J. H. Peart's br. c. by Velocipede, oat of Albatroes 

Mr Pedley na. ch. c. Lord Byron, by Velocipede, out of Lena 

Major Pitt's b. c. Hawthorn^j Venison, out of Puce 

Mr Orde Powlett's b. c. ISardonyr, by Emilius, out of Amaranth 

Mr R. Reed's bl. c. Joe Kiddy, by Picaroon, dam (184l)by Stumps 

Mr Reynard's br. c. Lord de Grey, by Robinson, otat of The Squire's dam 

D of Richmond's b. f. (dead) by Touchstone, out of Soldier's Daughter 

b. f. (dead) by Epirus, out of Prism 

Mr. Rickaby's b. c. Trinidad, by Lanercost, out of Lady Emily 

Mr R. Kussel's b. e. Hawkesdaie, by The Souire, ont of Lizxy of Brampton 

Mr R, Robinson's b. or br. f. by Gameboy (late Nelson) out of his Wasp 

Mr W. Sadler's br. c. Orusvenor, by Toucbstone, out of Miss BeVerley 

Mr C. St. George's ch. c. brother to Chanticleer, by Biivicatcher, out of Whiin 

Mr John Scott's b. f. Frolicktome, by Cotherstone, out of Cyprian 

b. f. Louie, by Emilias or Voltaire, out of Miss Horewood 

b. c. Presto, by Sleight-of-hand, out of Valentina, by Speculator 

Mr Shepherd na. b. or or. f. Drill, by Touchstone, out of Parade 

Mr J. Singleton's br. c. Newman Noags, by Lanercost, out of Sally Snobs, by Sandbeach 

Mr E. Smallwood's b. f. The Twin, by Ithuriel, out of Columbine, by Catton 

Mr Smith na. ch. c. The Saxon, by Sleight-of hand, out of Belle Dame 

na. b. f. by Sleight-of-hand, out of Ellen (Fittroy's dam) 

Ld Stanley's b. c. Croupier, by Touchstone, out of Decoy 
b. c. Storm, by Touchstone, out of Ghuznee 



b. f. Sensitive (dead), by Touchstone, ont at Verbena 
- ch. f. Iris, by Ithuriel, out of Miss Bowe 



Mr H. Stebbing's b. c. Rifle, by Red Deer, out of Hygela 

b. c. by Red Deer, out of Persian, by Whisker 

b. c. by Godolphin, out of Sophistry, by Voltaire 

Mr W. Stebbins's ch. c. Bastinado, by Ratan, dam by Sam, out of Morel 
— ht. c. Lord Nelson, by Lanercost, out of Jasmine 

b. or br. c. BeninhroWfh, by Lanercost, out of Miss Gilmour, by Physician 

b. or br. c. Newton 6oy, by The Bard or Trueboy, dam (1843), by Hetntan 

Platoff 

b. c. guardsman^ by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Zlllah, by Revellet 

b. g. Peter the Great, by Emilius, out of Catherina, by Whisker 

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Mr W. Stebbing't b. e. by Ithnriel, out of Sorella's dam 

Mr R. Stephenson's ch. e. Romant by Emilius, out of Virginia, by Roi»ton 

br. c. Jack Leemina, by Voltaire, out of Eulogy, by Euclid 

Col Thompson'^ bl. e. by Picaroon, out of Polka, by Sheet Anchor 

— — b. c. by Younff Priam, dam bv Bobadil, out of Zod 

Mr Thompson's gr. t. Ths Flying Duicnwoman, by Galaor, out of The Dosie Beebee 

Mr Treeo s br. c. Badajoz, by Venison, out of Europa 

Mr Villiers na. b. c. by Bay Middleton, dam by Bizarre, out of Olenara 

Mr W. Watt's b. c. The Dmty Miller, by Pompey, out of Rushlight, by Bay Middleton 

ch. c. HtartofOak, by Old England, out of Phosbe, by Lampligliter 

b. c. The fFrtmgler, by Zanoni, dam (1840) by M. Moloch, slst. to Maria 

— — — ch. f. BHtanma, by Cataract, out of Beverlac's dam 

■ ■ ■■ ■ ht. f. Nidgara^ by Cataract, out of The Arab's dam 

— — — b. f. Slipshody by 'Cataract, out of sister to The Chancellor 

br. f . Lady of the Turf, by Cataract, out of La Belle 

gr. f. The Carrier, by Zanoni, or Emilian, dam by Falcon 

Mr Way's ch. f. Fortma, by Slane, out of The Gipsy Queen 

b. f. Curl, by Epirus, out of The Jester's dam 

Mr Wentworth's ch. c. Axeth, by Ithuriel, out of Charlotte, by Perion 
Mr Whaley's b. or br. f. Jutt in Time, by Seahorse, out of Burgundy's dam 
— — b. c. Master Richard (h. b.), by Irish Birdcatcher — Tickle-my-Fancy 
Mr Whitworth's bl. f. Breba, by Touchstone, out of Lady Mary, by Voltaire 

■ — b. f. The Little Fawn, by Venison, out of Lady Sarah, by Velocipede 
Mr Wilkinson's b. e.Neasham, by Hetman PiatofT, out of The Wasp, by Muley Moloch 
Mr Worthington's br. c. Ooliah, by Touchstone, out of CoUina 

■ b. c. Harleqtttn, by Accident, dam 0844) by Pantaloon, out of Bsnter 
Mr R. Wright's ch. c. England's Otory, by Clarion, or Emilius out of Prairie Bird 
Mr W. Wright's b. f. Miss Flyaway, by Cotherstone, out of Miss Flareaway 
Major Yarburgh's b. c by Lanercost, out of Easter 

— — bl. f. Lily, by Picaroon, out of Brandy Snap 

Mr Yea's b. c. The Taut (late Staplegrove), by Picaroon, out of Miss Elis's dam 

The PaiNoa or WAtaa'a Kxaviimibb Oimokaok, flO aor., and Fillt Stakbs,c1om and name on ths 
Uk of January. 

1852. 

The Tenth Year of the Griat Yoskshirx Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 100 soy. added, 
for three year olds, eoUs 8st. 71 b., fillies 8st. 21b. ; the winner of the Derby at Epsom 
to carry 7lb., and of the Oaks, 41b. extra; if 150 subscribers, the second horse to 
reeeiTe 140 soy. out of the stakes, and the third 50 sov. ; the winner to pay 25 sot 
towards the expenses of the Course. One mile and three quarters. — 167 subs. 

Mr Allen's b. c. Feniston, by Melbourne, out of Speedwell 

Col Anson's b. c by Orlando, out of Gossamer 

■< eh. e. by Pantaloon, out of Black Bess 

- br. c. by Don John, out of Lollypop 

b. f. by Orlando, out of Elopement 

- b. c. by Orlando, out of The Princess 



Capt Archdall's b. c. by Lanercost, out of Oh Don*t 

Mr G. Barton's br. c. Bethgelert, by Lanercost, out of Mystery 

br. c. Peeping Tom, by Lanercost, out of Lady Stafford 

Mr J. Barker's br. or ro. f. by Trueboy, out of Miss Lydia 
Mr Bateman's ch. c. Dismay, by Magpie, out of Surprise 

• b. c. Kilkamey, by Polish, out of Old Stock 

Mr Baxter's br. f. Glimmer, by Pompey, out of Rushlight 

Mr T. Booth's br. c. by Vemum, out of Makeless, by St. Martin 

Mr Burton's br. c. Ebor, by Lanercost, dam by Muiey Moloch, out of Columbine, by 

Ceryantes 
Ld Caledon's br. f. Kestrel, by Lanercost, out of Ayis, by Camel 

b. c. by Melbourne, out of Sally Warfoot 

br. f. Dimple, by Lanercost, out of Lady Gay 

Mr Carr's br. f. Sweet Fea, by Touchstone, out of Pink Bonnet, by Lanercost 
Mr Carter's b. c. The Farmer's Boy, by Trueboy, out of Craxy Peggy, by Bedlamite 
Mr W. Cookson's br. c. Claverhmue, by Launcelot, out of Gadfly, by Mayfly 
Mr Copeland's b. e. The Corporal, by Orlando, oat of Parade 
&[r W. Cathbert'sb. c. KinjHtheri by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Queen of Tyne 
br. c. Olendinning^j Irish Birdcatcher, out of Queen of Tyne's dam 



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Mr Dawaon*g eh. e. The Vamintt by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Puiaiana, by Voltairo^ out 

of Pacelle 

b. c. Tom Puncht by Perion, out of Windlass, by Sheet Anchor 

Mr Eddison's ch. c. by Heiman Platoff , dam by Belshaxzar, out of Comua 
Ld Eglinton'a ch. c. l*elopidas, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bellona 

b. c. Claverhituset by IrUh Birdc«tcher, out of Bhie Bonnet 

b. c. The Sheltie, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Rockalda 

Ld Exeter's ch. c. Ilex^ by Beirara, out of Datura 

ch. c. Stockirellt by The Baron, out of Pocahontas 

b. c. Leru, by St. Martin, out of Camera Obscura 

— — br. c. by Theon, out of Hydrangea 

Mr Rwbank s b. c. Sir Joint FranA/in, by The Sea, out of Lorimer's dam 
Mr Foljambe's b. c. The PropheUhy I^nercost, out of Myrrha, by Malek 
Mr J. Fowler's br. f. Cnlot, by Touchstone, dam Gipsy Queen, by Tomboy 
Mr J. Gill's b. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Flower of the Tees 

— ch. c. by Irish Birt^CHtcl-er, out of Hecate 

Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Mnidsttme^ by Ciiatliam, out of Mary 

Capt Harcourt's b. c. hro. toE/lerda/e, by Lanercost, out of Tomboy 

Mr Harker's br. f. Patience, by Lianeroost, out of Hillet-doux, by Gladiator 

Mr Harland's b. f. by Laneroust, out of The Cossack Maid, by Hetman Platoff 

Mr Thompson Harrison's ch. c. ThundeVt by Magpie, out of Flash 

Mr Harrison's b. c. XtWncA, by Trueboy, dam by Actson, out of Beatrice 

Mr S. Hawke's b. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Clnizelli, by Touchstone 

ch. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Punniar, sister to Poteatia 

Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Bob Major, by Old England, out of Vibration 

b. f. Mitericorde, by Don John, out of Mendicant 

b. f. Calorie, by Hetman RatofT, out of Oxygen 

b. f. by Touchstone, out of Cheshire Witch 

BIr E. Herbert's b. f. Marianna, by Colwick. out of Joanna, by Touchstone 

Mr. Moses Heap's bl. c^ The Engtish Oak, by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Delaine, by Bay 

Middleton 
Mr R. Hebblethwaite'sb.c. The Aristocrat, by Ithuriel, dam by Medora, out of Mogti 
■ br. c. Aakham, by Ithuriel, out of Miracle, by Mulatto 

— b. c. Sprig ofShilleldh, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Contraction, by Emillus 

, b. f. Lady Frank jyn, by The Sea, out of The Ape, by Bay Middleton 

bl. f. Madame frnarUm, by Fancy Bov, out of Anne (1839), by Bay Middleton 

Mr. Hesseltine's bl. orbr. f. Catchem, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Aspen 

■ b. c. The Oovemor, by The Squire, out of Tabitha Bramble 

br. c. Peter Simple, by Cataract, or Pompey, d. by The Saddler, out of Phoebe 

Mr H. Hill's ch. f. Canina, by fipirus, out of Miss Horewood 

Mr J. Hodgson na. b. c. Northman (late Lavolta), by Lanercost, or Irish Birdcatcher, out 

of Colocynth 
Mr HoUoway's b. c. Tramp, by Ithuriel, out of Gipsy, by Sir Hercules 

— — b. c. Masham, by Nutwith, dam by Velocipiede, out nf Sultaness 

br. c. Bichard Primer, by Venison, dam (1840) by St. Nicholas, out of Mrs. 

Walker 

br. c. Nutcracker, by Nutwith, out of Cantata, by Muley 



Sir G. Houstoun's c. by Lanercost, out of Venus, sister to Vulcan 
Mr Humphries's f. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of L'Hirondelle 
Mr Jaques's b. c. Snarler, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bella 
Mr A. Johnstone's br. c. Oarihaldi, by Gladiator, out of Revival 

b. c. by Verulam, out of Abigail 

ch. c. by Verulam, out of The Hind 

- ch. c. St.Alban, by Verulam, out of Morsel 

b. c. by Verulam. or Annandale, out of Legend 

b. c. by Charles XIL, out of Remember 

— — br. c. by Telemachus, or Verulam, out of Jennala 

b, c. by Annandale, out of Sweetbriar 

- br. c. by Annandale, out of Enchantress, by Inheritor 



Mr R. Kennedy's ch. c Camew, by King of Kelton, out of Myrtle, by Wat 

Ld H. Lennox na. b. c. by Lanercost, out of Reel 

Mr Lumley's b. f. by Hetman Platoff, out of Barcelona, by Cervantes 

b. f. by Hetman Platoff, out of Infidelity, by Voltaire 

br. f. by Hetman Platoff, dam by Jereed, grandam by Chateau Margaux 

b. f. by Hetman Platoff, dam by Blacklock, out of sister to Barefoot 

Mr Meiklam's b. c. Cleveland, by Fancy-boy, out of Modesty 
■ bf f. by Fanoy-boy, out of Florence 



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Mx Hilner's ch. oMTis Golden Age, by The En, ont of Osberton*! dam 

Mr MTurk's b. f. by Fincy-boy, dam (1837) by Plenipotentiary, out of Thebes 

Mr Merry's b. e. Qanbuldi^ by Moss Trooper, out of Madame St. Clair 

— ht, f. by LAnercost, out of Florentia 

Sir C. Monk's b. or br. f. bv Irish Birdcatcher, out of^Coststeel 

Mr F. Newton's b. c. The Ocean Mmardiy by The Sea, out of Younjf Marion 

Mr Newton's br. c. Harry Bluffs by The Sea, out of Liady Gay Spanker, by ITie Saddler 

Mr A. Nichol's br. c. Norhamy by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bee'a-wing 

Bf r B. Nicholson's ch. f. by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Barbarina 

Mr R. E. Oliver's br. f. bv Lanercost, out of Jemima 

Mr F. N. (Thome's b. c. W Magpie, out of Ennui, by Humphrey Clinker 

Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. by Touclutone, out of Queen of Beauty 

b. c. by Touchstone, out of Camp-follower 

Mr J. Oabome's bl. c. March Bird, by Irisli Birdcatcher, out of Betsy Bird 
Mr Parker's bl. or br. c. Bermuda, by Ballinkeele, out of Florida, by Mulatto 
Mr W. M. Park's b. c. Lucifer, by St. Leon, out of Thalia, by The Bard 

br. c Oarvbaldi, by Gameboy, out of Rose Bradwardine's dam 

Mr C. Peck's b. f. Needle, by Lanercost, out of Stitch, by Hornsea 

br. c. The Majiir, by The Era, out of Gbelle, by Emilius 

Mr Pedley'sch. c. Stratagem, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Benevolence 
■ ch. c. fVide-aufoke, by' Irish Birdcatcher, out of Timothy's dam 

ch. f. by Hetman Platoff, out of Zebetta 

Mr Orde Powlett's br. f. Iresine, by Priam, out of Amaranth 

Mr H. B. Powell's br. c. The Free Trader, by The Sea, oat of Miss Cobden, by Stockport 

Mr B. Reed na. b. c. Bai»bridge, by Freeman, dam by Stumps, out of sister to Granby 

D of Richmond's b. f. sister to Bed Hart, by Venison, out of Soldier's Daughter 

Mr H. Robinson's b. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Minx 

b. f. by Lrish Birdcatcher, out of Minerva, sister to Morpeth 

— — ch. c. bv Cato, out of Maria, by Beldiazzar 

Baron M. Rothschild's br. c. by Lanercost, out of Emerald 

b. c. by Alarm, out of Languish 

Mr Rothwell's br. c. £m«ffyfton«, by Touchstone, out of Oulhane 

Sir C. Rushout's b. f. by Spanish Jack, out of Combat's dam (h. b.) 

Mr W. Sadler's ch. c. Samile, by Hetman Hatoff, out of Miss Beverley, by Stockport 

Mr J. Shepherd's ch. c. King qf Trumps, by Velocipede, out of Post-tempore's dim 

Mr J. Singleton, jun., na. br. c. Laxarus, by Lanercost, out of Sally Snobs 

Mr John Scott's br. c. Don Carlos, by Don John, out of Valentina, by Speculator 

-■ b. f. Songstress, bv Irish Birdcatcher, out of Cyprian 

-^— br. f. Mountain Flower, by Ithuriel, out of Heather Bell 

Ld Stanley's b. c. Longbow, by Ithuriel, out of Mifs Bowe 

Mr R. Stephenson's h. c. Fancv Bird, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Fancy 

•■ m, c. Ostrich, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Panacea 

br. c. Caracara, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Yarico 

br. c. Vortex, by Voltaire, out of Martha Lynn 

b. f. Euphony, by Voltaire, out of Eulogy 

Mr Smallwood's b. c. MidiUethtirpe, by Itiiuriel, out of Columbine, by Catton 

Mr J. Shepherd's bl. c. Sir Charles Napier, by Piccaroon, out of Miss Matthews, by 

Waverley 
Mr W. Stebbing's b. c. Toung Hawthorn, by Lanercost, out of Alice Hawthorn 

ch. c. Fortunio,hy Orlando, out of Dominus, by Bran 

-~ ch. o. by Launcelot, out of Zillah, by Reveller 

b. c. Serrano, by Orlando, out of Ninny, by Bedlamite 

ch. c. Ovando, by Orlando, out of Switch, by Cain 

Mr H. Stebbing's br. c. Anchises, by Fancy Boy, dam (1841) by Physician 

Mr J. Styan's br. c. by Fancy Boy, out of Miss Gilmour 

Mr J. Teasdale's b. c. rfut, by Nutwith, dam by Lanercost, out of Miss Lydia 

Mr. T. Thomas's br. f. by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Motley, by Pantaloon 

Mr Thompson's b. c.Oujeerat, by Galaor, out of Pharmacopeia 

— b. f. Outpurha, by Defence, or Galaor, dam (183d) by Hindoo, out of sister to 

Clare 
Mr H. S. Thompson's b. c. by Lanercost, dam by Bay Middleton, out of ApoUonia 
Mr H. Wadlow's br. c. Peppeimint, by Sweetmeat, out of Pantalonade 
Mr Wentworth's br. c. Hajed, by Hetman Platoff, out of Charlotte 
Col Westenra's br. c. KingO'Neill, by The Ugly Buck, out of Patty, by Whisker 
Mr Whitworth's br. c. byTouchstone, out of Lady Mary, by Voltaire 

— b. f. by Touchstone, out of Lady Sarah, by VelociiMde 

■ br. f. Sy Toacbstone,dam by Colwick, out of Gamelast 

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Mr T. A. Wilkiason*8 b. f. Knavemire frtt<^, by Lanorcost, out of HeM-I-go>wi«li-my- 
eye-oat 

ch. e. Dringhottses, by The Doctor, out of ConAisfonee.by Emilias 

Mr Wilkinson's b. c. L'OiseleaUy by Irish Blrdeatcher, out of The Squire's Dftughter's d. 

b. c. Olead-hawtit by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Teeswater's dam 

Mr Williams's b. e. Knight of the Dee^ by Red Deer, oat of Helias's dam 

ch. c. Xenophont by Red Deer, out of Persian, by Whisker 

Mr W. Wright's ch. f. Valentine't Dav, by Faugh-a-Ballagh, out of Miss Flateaway 

Mr J. Woffenden's br. c. by Charles All., out of Benevolence, by Figaro 

Mr Worthington's b. f. by Launcelot, out of Collina 

>— -— ch. f. by Irish Blrdeatcher, dam by Pantaloon, out of Banter (Harlequin's dam) 

Major Yarburgh's b. c. Toung Bammmd^ by Ithuriel, out of Easter 

— ch. c. by Ithuriel, out of Brandy-snap 

b. f. by Ithuriel, out of Merry Lass, by Mulatto 

14 Zetland's ch. c. Augur^ by Irish Blrdeatcher, out of Castanette's dam 
— br. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Siberia 



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Earl of ZETLAND. Lord STANLEY, and R. 6. LUMLEY, Efq., SrairAaDfl. 
Mr. RiCBABD JoHMBOH, Clerk of the CourtM. Mr. Cl4«k, Judge. Mr. Hibbord, Starter. 

TUESDAY, Sept. 16.— The CHAVPAGim Staeks of 50 sot. each, h. ft., for two year olds, 
colto 8st 71b., and fillies 8st 51b. ; the second horse to save his stake, and the winner 
to give six dozen of Champagne to the Doncaster Racing Fund ; Red House in.--26 subs. 



Col Anson's b. c. by Orlando-^Gossamer 

— b. f. by Orlando— Elopement 

Mr G. Barton's b. or ro. f. Helen Faucit 

Mr Carew's b. c. The Proohet 

Mr Bowes's ch. c. by Irish Birdcatcher, out 

of Forget-me-not 
Mr W. H. Brook's b. c. by Brilliant (by 

Brutandorf, out of sister to Maria), out of 

Bessy Bedlam 
Mr S. Davidson's br. c. Vorfex 
Mr Dawson's na. b. c. by Cotherstone* out 

of Wryneck 
Mr Des Vceux's b. c. by Don John— Dll-bar 
Ld Eglinton's bl. c. Lucio 
" — br. c. Anchises 

b. c. Claverfuntte 

Mr B. Farranoe's f. by The Merry Monarch, 

out of Cestus 



Ld Glasgow's br. c. Cttracara 
Mr Harrison's br. c. The Major 
Sir J. Hawley's br. e. by Touchstone, cot of 
Lady Mary 

b. f. Caloric 



Sir C. Monk's br. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, 

out of Cast-steel 
Mr A. Nichol's br. c. Nbrham 
Mr Joseph Osborne's b. c. by Magpie, out 

of Ennui, by Humphrey Clinker 
D of Richmond's br. c. by Chatham, oat Of 

Slierbet 
Mr C. Spence's b. c St. Michael 
Ld Stanley's b. or br. c. Murrp-go-wnatd 
Mr Stephenson's b. f. Euphony 
Mr. Wright's bl. f. Bird on the fFlng 
Ld Zetland's ch, c. Augur 



MatdL-^Mr. Pliyne's br. c. fFingenund, 8st. 7lb., agst Mr. H. Hill's ch. f. Cauina, 
88t. 41b. Red House in.— 300, h. ft. 

WEDNESDAY. — ^The Muntcipai. Stakis of 200 soys, each, h. ft. for two year olda 

colts 8Rt. Tib., fillies Sst. 4lb. ; the second to save his stake. Red-house in. S subs. 
Mr. W. H. Brook's Herschei I Ld Eglinton's b. c. Claverhouse 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Magna Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Slane — Southdown 
b. c. Besperutt I Mr Payne's br. c. frtngenund 

The Two YxAR Old Pboduok Stakes of lOO sovs. each, h. ft., colts Sst. 71b., flllies 

Sst. 6lb. Red-house in. 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Ht/mettus 1 Ld Eglinton's b. c. Pelopidai 
. b. f by Bay Middleton — H.R.H. | b. c. Claverhuuse 

The St. Lvokr Stakes of 25«sov. each, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., and fillies 
8st. 8lb.; the second horse to receive 100 sov. out of the stakes. The winner to pav 
100 sov. towards the expenses, 20 sov. for the Judge, and 85 for the Starter. St. Leger 
Course. — 120 subs. 
Mr Allen's ch. c. The Saxon I Mr G. Barton's br. c. Newman Noggt 

b. f. Nicotmna I Mr Bateman's ch. c. Louah Baum 

Capt Alleyne's b. c. The Tout f Mr Beresford na. b. e. Vagabond 

t :apt. Archdall's br. c. BadajoM \ Mr Binnie's b. or br. e. Athol 



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Mr. J. Booth's br. e. Sir Felix 

Mr H. Bmdshaw's b. c. £/tmde// (dead) 

— — b. c. Clather 

Mr Bristow'8 b. c. Baron Biel 

Sir R. W. Bulkeley's ch. c. Hookwn Snivey 

LdCaledon'sb. fMHerto fFanota 

— — b. c. Osceola 

Mr T. Carter's b. o. Ormd Bspoir 

lA. Chesterfield na. b. c. hro, to Drdkelow 

- ch. c. Turpentine 

Mr E. K. CUrk's br. c. GUmhawh 

Ld Qifden's b. e. Oteaakder 

b. f. Oakuey 

Mr Clifton's b. c. The Cutler 

Mr W. Cookson'sch. e. by Emiliua, ont of 

Hecate 
Mr Stirling Davidson's br. f. Vivandi^e 

br. c. Jack Leemirtg 

Mr J. Davies's ch. c. Bamrick 

Mr Dawson's br. c. by Trueboy, out of Lady 

Paramount 
Mr W. Edgar's b. c. Conwxkieent 
Ld Eglinton's b. c. Juggernaut 

b. c. Cneeus 

— — b. c. Hippolytus 

• br.c. Bonnie Dundee 

■ ■' " ■■'■■ ch, c. Pandemua 
Ld Exeter's ch. c. Midas 

b. c. PhUtgethon 

b. f. Phlegra 

Mr Farrance'sbr. c. Oroswnor 

Mr Featherstonhaugh's ch. c. The Briton 

Mr J. Fowler's br. c The Reaper 

Mr F^ncis's b. e. Fairy King 

Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Don John, out of 

Miss Whip 
— — b. c. Nondescript 
Mr Oratwicke's b. c. Exeter 
Mr B. Green's b. c. Peter the Cheat 
— — — — b. c. Guardsman 
Mr Halford's br. c. Tfie Prime Minister 

b, c. Mr. Merryman 

Capt Harconrt's b. c. bro. to EUer^ials 
Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. The Confessor 

ch. c. The Ban 

— — ch. c. Balsamo 

- br. f . Aphrodite 
Mr Henry's ch, I. Juiia 
Mr H. Hill's ch. c. Jpsut 

— eh. f. Epira 

b. c. Huthorpe 

Mr Howard's b. c. Boahdil 

ch. c. Grecian 

Mr Irwin's b. g. Lord Edward { 

.— b. c. Thunderbolt 

Mr Jaques's b. e. Entre-nous 
Mr H. Johnson's br. f. Coiyidence 

• br. c. Aubrey 

— b. c. The Hungarian 

Mr A. Johnstone's br. e. Mooltan 
br. c. Moolraj 



Ld H. Lennox's b. c. Hernandez 

hr. c. Boo 

Mr C. Liley's b. c. Old Ralph Bum 
Mr Mare's b. c. Hatherton 
br. f. Pandora 



Mr Maw's b. c. Alompra 

Mr Meeson'sbr. c. First Fruits 

Mr Meiklam's br. c. Constellation 

— br. c. by Lanercost, dam (184S) by 

Voltaire — his Lightning's dam 
Mr Merry's b. c. Kicardus de Pickbume 
" b. c. Pierre de Touche 

' b. c. Physician 

Sir J. B. Mill's br. g. Mungo 

Sir C. Monck's b. f. by Lanercost — Garland 

Mr F. P. Newton's br. c. Gamester 

Mr. A. Nichol's b. c. Newminster 

Mr R. £. Oliver's b. cSirRowlandTrenehard 

Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. by Touchstone, out 

of Mountain Sylph 
Mr Pad wick's b, c. Primitious 
Mr Parker's b. c. Tlte Calculator 
Mr Pedley's ch. c. Lord Byron 

br.c. XX 

ch. f. Marion 



Mr J. Powney's ch. c. Lamartine 

Mr Quin's br. c. fThi^ 

Mr T. Robinson's br. c. by Kremlin— 431ee 

Baron Rothschild's b. c. by Charles XII., 

dam (1842) bv Touchstone — Languish 
Mr Peter Russel's b. c. by King Dan, out of 

The Johnstown Lass 
Mr C. St. George's ch. c. bro. to Chantieleert 

by Birdcatcher 
Mr W. Scott na. b. c. Chatsworth 
Ld John Scott's b. f. Miserrima 
Mr Skerratt's br. c. Paddy JVhack 
Mr. G. R. Smyth's b. c. by Tearaway, out of 

Winter 
Mr J. G. Smyth's b. c. Onya 
Ld Stanley's br. c. Crotchet 

• b. c. Croupier 

ch. c. Olympian 



- b. c. Storm 



Mr W. Stebbing'sb. g. Kossuth 

b. c. Knook Knoll 

b. c. Palmerston 

br. c. Bermudian 



Mr R. Stephenson's ch. c. Roman 
Mr T. Tlieobald's b. or br. c . Norton 
Mr Thompson 8 b. c. Ghoiah Singh 

b. c. Jack Robinson 

Mr J. Verrall's ch. f. Perfume 

Mr Waller's ch. c. by Epirus— Enterprise 

Ld Waterfords ch. c. by Irish Birdcatcher^ 

out of Puss 
Mr Wentworth's ch. c. Azeth 
Mr J. Wilson's br. f. Queen-Bee 
ro. c. Active 



Mr T. Worthington's br. c. Goliah 
LA Zetland's br. c. Lightfoot 



THURSDAY.— The Foal Stakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft., for three vear olds, colts 
8st. 71b., fillies Sst. 31b. ; the winner of the St. Leirer Mb. extra. One mile and a half. 

■ Ld Eglinton's ch. c. Pandemus 



Col Anson's b. c. Hernandex 

Mr W. H. Brook's br. c. Constellation \ Ld Stanley's b. c. Croupier 

Sir R. W. Bulkeley's ch. c. Hook'tm Sniwey \ ch. f. Iris 



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FRIDAY.— The Park Hill SrAKEi of 50 •org. each, h. ft. fbr three year old fiUiei 
fist. 71b. ; the winner of the St. Leger to canv 91b., of the Oaks 61b. extra.; the 
second to receive 100 sov. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 30 sov. towards the 
expenses. St. Leger Coarse .—2 6 sabs. 



Ld Airlies b. by The Care — Equation 
Mr O. Barton's bk. Madame Wharton 
Ld Ualedon's b. aif. to fFanota 
Ld Clifden's b. Oalaxy 

b. Coticula 

Mr S. Davidson's b. Fivandtire 

Ld Exeter's b. Fhlepra 

Ld Glasgow'^ ro. by'Lanereost or Retriever, 

out of Physalis 
Mr. Harrison's ch. Triekttrtfss 
Sir J. Haw ley's b. Fermuth 
• br. Aphrod^ 

bl. Breba 

Mr Henry's ch, Jviia 



Mr n. Hill's ch.E^iro 

Mr Howard's ch. Christina 

Mr Humphries' b. by Bay Middleton, out 

of L'Hirondelle 
Mr H. Johnson's br. Confidence 
Sir C. Monck's b. by Lanercost — Garland 
Mr A. Nichol's b. Beatrioe (dead) 
Mr. Payne's ch. Olendaie 
Ld J. Scott's b. Miserrima 
Mr J. Scott's b. Frdictome 
Mr W. Stebbing's b. Emily 
b. Pet iMmh 



Mr Thompson's b. OraeiUa* 
Major Yarburgh's bk. Lily 



SwKEPSTAKXs of 200 SOV. esoh, h. ft. for three year olds, colts Sst. 7lb., fillies Sat. 21b. ; 

the winner of the St. Leger to carry 71b. extra, the second to save his stake. St. Leger 

Coarse. 
Ld Clifden's b. c. Oleander I Ld Glasgow's b. c. Noudescript 

Ld Eglinton's b. c. Hippolytut | Mr H. Johnson's br. f. Conjidence] 



The DoNOASTXR Stakxs of 10 sov. each, with 100 added, for three year olds, colts 
Sst. 71b., fillies Hst. :^lb.; the winner of the Derby or St. Leger to carry 101b. extm ; 
the second for the' St. Leger, or the winner of the Two Thousand Guineas 'Stakes, or the 
Great Yorkshire. 51b. extra; the second to receive 50 sov. out of the stakes, and the 
winner to pay 20 sov. towards expenses. Last mile and a half. — 66 subs. 



Mr Allen's b. f . Nicotiana 

Mr. G. Barton's br. c. Newman N'jggs 

ch. c. Oalileo 



■ b. f. The Little Fawn 



-Hecate 



Mr Binnie's b. or br. c. Athol 

Mr W. Cookson's ch. c. by Emilius- 

Ld Clifden's b. c. Oleander 

- b. c. Harpsichord 

— — b. f. Galaxy 

Ld Eglinton's b. c. Cneeus 

■ b. c. Hippolytus 

Mr J. Fowler's br. c. The Reaper 

Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Don John — Missl/Vhip 

Mr W. Halfoid's b. c. Mr. Merryman 

Capt Harcourt's b. c. bro to EUerdale 

Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. The Confessor 

b. f. Vermuth 

br. f. Aphrodite 

Mr Henrv's ch. f. Julia 

Mr Hesseltine'sbr.c. The SeUer 

Mr Howard's b. c. Boahdil 

ch. c. Grecian 

Mr Hughes's b. f. by Cowl — Celandine 

Mr Jaques's b. c. Entre^ous 

M. A. Johnstone's br. c. Muoltan 

br. c. Moolraj 

Mr H. Johnson's br. c. Aubrey 
' ■■ ch. c. Oeorgey 

b. c. The Hungarian 

Mr T. Kirby's b. c. by Lanercost, oti of 
Miss Thomasina 

br. c. by Lanercost — Miss Clifton 

Capt Lowther's br. c. Boyne 
Mr Meiklam's br. c. Consttllation 
Mr Merry's b. c. Ricardus de Pickbwn^ 
■■■■• b. c, Louis Napotemn 



Mr; Merry's b. f. Maid of the Jlfomtam 

Mr A. ISichol's b. c. Newminster 

Mr F. Nicoll's b. c. Protectionist 

Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. by Touchstone, out 

of Mountain Syipli 
Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. The Black Doctor 
Mr R. E. Oliver's b. c. Sir Rowland Trf- 

chard 

— — b. c Dancing Jack 

•• — ch. f. Isehia 

Mr Parker's b.c. The Calevlator 

Mr Payne's b. c. Potent (dead) 

ch. f. Citadel 

Mr C. Peck's br. c. Mona's Pride 
Mr J. Powney's b. g. Auslralind 

ch. c. Lamartine 

Baron Rothschild's b. c. by Charles XIL» 

dam (184S) by Touchstone 
Mr W. M. Shepherd's b. f. Little Hannah 
Mr J. G. Smyth's b. c. Onyx 

b. f. by Lanercost — Golden Drop 

Ld Stanley's b. r. Storm 

br. c. Crotchet 

ch. c. Olympian 

Mr W. Stebbing's b. c. PalmersUm 

b. g. Kossuth 

b. c. Knoiik Knoll 

Mr R. Stephenson's ch. c. The Roman 
Mr Stevens na. ch. c Heart of Oak 

br. f. Lady of the Turf 

Mr H. T. Thompson's b. f. by Galf^or, out 

of Pvrrha ♦ 

Mr T "^>rner'abl. c. The Anchorite 
Mr W. Wright's b. f. Miss Fli/away\ 
lid Zetland'* b}. or br. c. Lightjbot 



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Th« Don Staui of 50 lovs. each, h. ft. for three year olds, eolta Sat. 71b. flllies Sst. 4lb. 

Last mile. 
Mr Halford's br. e. The Prime Minitter^ by Melbourne, out of Pantolanade 
Sir J. Hawley** ch. o. Teddingtm, by Orlando, oat of Miss Twickenham 
Mr Watts's ch. o. The ^arquis, by Birdcatcher, out of Ellen 
•" • — br. c. The Third of May» by if agpie, out of Clari 

JlfatcA.— Ld Glasgow's b. c. Nontkseriptt agst Col Anson's b. c. Poitent (dead). Flti- 
william coarse. 800 b. ft»-~No weights montioned. 

1852. 

SECOND DAY.— The St. Lkoeh Stakes of 85 sov. each, for three year olds, colts 
Sat. 71b., and allies 8st. 2Ib. ; the second horse to receive 100 sov. out of the stakes. 
The winner to pay 100 sov. towards the expenses, 25 sov. for the judge, and 25 aov. for 
the aUrter. St JLeger Coarse.— ISl subs. 

Ld Airlie's br. f. Kettref, by Lanercost, out of Avis 

Mr Allen's b. c. Pmixfon, by Melbourne, out of Speedwell 

■ b. c. hrother ta The Sasont by Sleight of Hand, oat of Belle Dame 
— — b. f. Eleanor, by Melbourne, out of Ellen, by Starch 

Col Anson's b. c. by Orlando, out of The Priucesa 

b. f. by Otlando, oat of Gossamer 

— * ch. c. by Pantaloon, out of Black Bess 

■ — b. c. by Don John, out of LoUypop 

Capt Archdall'sf. lUa/di Audrev, by Touchstone, oat of Netherton Maid 
Mr G. Barton's br. c. Peeping Tonif by Lanercost, out of Lady Stafford 
' '■ ' ch. c. Scipio^ by Ben-y>Ghlo, out of The Biddy 

Mr Bateman'sch. c. Dismay t by Magpie, out of Surprise, by Rough Robin 

b. c. Killamey, by Polish, out of Old Stock 

Mr Bowes's ch. c by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Forget-me'not 

■ — ch. e. by Verulam, out of Wiasma 

ch. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Mickleton Maid 

Mr. Bri&tow's br. c. by Mango, oat of Arethusa 

Mr Brook's br. c. Henchelt by Lanercost, out of Moonbeam 

Ld Chesterfield's b. c. hrother to DrakeUiw, by Don John, out of Dil-bar 

Capt Cookson's br. c. Ciaverhouut by Laancelot, out of Gadfly 

Ld Clifden's b. c. Magnes, by Touchstone, out of Latitude 

— b. f. Rosary, by Touchstone, out of Crucifix 

■ b. e. Hetperut, by Bay Middleton, out of Plenary 
b. c. Hymettut, by Bay Middleton, oat of Bees'- wax 

' ■ ■ ■ b. e. Saekbut, by Touchstone, out of Concertina 

b. c. Hyacinth, by Bay Middleton, oat of Snowdrop 

Mr W. Cathbert's b. c. Kina/ither, by Birdcatcher, out of Queen of Tyne 
-^—^~ br. e. QUndinnvM^y Birdcatcher, out of Queen of Tyne's dam 
Mr Dawson's eh. c. The Varmint, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Parasina 
Mr S. Davidson's gr. c. Republic, by Revolntion, out of Nell, by Blacklock 
Mr W. Edwards's ch. f. Qrand Duchess, by llie Emperor, out of Spangle 
Ld Eglinton'sch. c. Pdopidas, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Bellone 
- b, c. Claverhouee, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Blue Bonnet 

b. f. Urania, by Idle Boy, out of Venus, by Langar 

Ld Exeter's ch. c. Stocktoell, by The Baron, out of Pocahontas 

ch. c. Ilea, by Beiram, out of Datura 

b. c. Lens, by St. Martin, out of Camera Obscura 

b. f. by St. Martin, out of Toga 

Mr FoUambe's b. c. by Lanercost, out of Myrrha, by Malek 

Capt H. B. Gambell's b. c. Canopy, by Plivilion, out of Mansfield Lass 

Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Slane, out of Southdown 

b. f. by Alaim, out of Physalis 

Mr Gratwicke's ch. c Maidstone, by Chatham, out of Mary 

b. c. Canterbury, by Chatham, out of The Landgravine 

Mr Gully's c. by The Emperor, dam by Wiseacre, out of Clansman's dam 
Capt Harcourt's b. or br. c. hrother to JSllerdale, by Lanercost, dam by Tomboy 
Sir J. Hawley's b. c. by Old Ensland, out of Science 

b. c. Bob Major, by Old England, out of Vibration 

b. f. Calarie,Dy Hetman Platoff out of Oxygen 

Mr Hebblethwaite's b. c. The 4ritUfcrat, by Uhuriel, dam by Medoro, out of Mosti 

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Mr H«seltine*8 b. e. Tht Oonernor, hj The Sqalre, oat of TMMn BMaUto 

Mr Howard's b. f. SMtan, by Toachstone, out of Fanny, bv Whisker 

Mr Humphries' f. by Irish Birdeatcher, out of I/Hirondelle 

Mr T. Hnssey's b. or br. c. Sir John Barleycorn, by lahmael or The Baron— Low^s^lip 

Mr Irwin's b. c. brother to King of Kildaret by Tearawav, out of Anna Maria 

Mr Jaques's b, c. Snarler, by Irish Blrdcatoher, out of Bella 

ch. c. Odd Feliow, by Ithuriel, out of Burletta 

Mr A. Johnstone's ch. c. by Verulam, out of The Hind 

ch, c. St. /Hban, by Verulam, out of Morsel 

br. c. by Verulam, out of Abisail 

br. c. by Teleniachus or Verulam, out of Jennala 

br. c. by Charles XII, out of Remember, by Jerry 

br. c. Oaribaldit by Gladiator, out of Revival 

' ■ br. f. by Telemachus, out of Kebecca, by liOttenr 
Mr Mare's b. f. ttster to Hathertmthv Touchstone, out of' Event 

■ ■ •■ - br. f. by Plmtaloon, ont of Lobelia (wrons nom.^ 

Mr Meeson's br. c. brother to First Fruits, by Fauffh-a-Ballagh, oat of sb. to Sir Balph 
Mr Meiklam's b. c. Cleveland, by Fancy Boy, ont of Modesty 
Mr Merry's b. c. Saredan, by Verulam, out of Ridotto 

ch. c. by Orlando, ont of Maid of Avon 

b. c. Garibaldi, bv Moas Trooper, out of Madame 81. Clair 

Sir C. Monck's br. f. by Irish Birdeatcher, out of Cast-steel 

Mr Morton's b. c. Themistocles, by Fancy-boy, oat of Themis, by Toaehstone 

Mr F. P. Newton's b. c. The Ocean Monarch, by The Sea, out of Youttff Marion 

bl. c. Harry Bluff, by The Sea, out of Lady Gay Spanker, by The Saddler 

Mr A. Niehol's br. c. Norham, by Irish Birdeatcher, out of Bees'-wing 
Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. by Touchstone, out of Queen of Beaaty 

b. c. by Touchstone, out of Camp-follower 

Mr. Parker's bl. or br. c. Bermuda, by Ballinkeele.ont of Florida^ by Mulatto 
Mr Payne's br. c. fVingenund, by Lanercost, out of Valentine 

■ b. f. Olenluce,\iy Slane, out of Oleneaime 
b. f. Freedom, by Cotherstone, out of Liberty 

Mr C. Peck's br. c. The Major, by The Era, out of Giselle, by Emilioi 
Col Peel's b. c. The Nabob, by The Nob, out of Hester 

b. c, lAvermere, by Slane, out of Palmyra 

b. c. Lapidist, by Touchstone, out of lo 

Mr Pedley's ch. c. fFide-awake, bv Irish Birdeatcher, oat of JEtherea 

ch. c. StratCMem, by Irish Birdeatcher, out of Benevolenoe 

b. or br. f. Trousseau, bv Gameboy , out of Bridal 

Mr H. B. Powell's b. or br. c. The Free-trader, by The Sea, out of Miss Cobdeb 
Mr T. Redhead's bl. c. The Old English Oak, by Fangh^i-Ballagh, out of Delaine 
D of Richmond's b. c. by Lanercost, out of Reel 

br. c. by Toachstone, out of Cuckoo 

Mr C. St. George's b. c. by Harkaway, out of Whim 

Mr J. Scott's b. f. Songstress, by Irish Bbdeatcher, oat of Cyptimt 

br. c. Don Carlos, by Don John, out of Valentina 

Mr. W Scott na. ch. f. Bess of Hardwiek, by Ithuriel. out of Snowdrop, by Speneer 

Mr J. Shepherd's bl. c. Sir Charles Napier, by Picaroon, out of MIsb Matthewa, by 

Waverley 
Mr W. M. Shepherd's br. e. King of Trumiu, by Velocipede, out of Fost-tempoie's dam. 
Mr J. Singleton's jun. br. c. Laxnrus, by Lanercost, out of Smike's dam 
Ld Stanley's b. c. Lonabow, by Ithuriel, out of Miss Bowe 
. Met ...... 



b. or ro. c. Merry-go-round, by Ithuriel, out of Tour de Force 
b. c. by Irish Birdeatcher, out of Meeanee 



Mr W. Stebbing^s b. c. Toung Hawthorn, by Lanercost, out of Atiee Hvrthoift 
— — ~ ch. c. Fortuaiio, by Orlando, out of Deminus, by Bran 
- ch. c. Owmdo, by Orlando, out of Switch 



— — — b. c. Serrano, by Orlando, out of Nanny 

■ br. c. by Fancy-boy (1843) by Hetman PlatoiT— Velocipede 

br. c. by Fancy-boy, ont of Mies Gilmour 

Mr R. Stephenson's b. c. Famsy Bird, by Irish Birdeatcher, ont of Fanoy, by Osmond 

br. c. Vortex, by Voltaire, out of Martha Lynn 

br. c. Caracara, by Irish Birdeatcher, out of" Yarico 

Ld Strathmore's br. c. Showman, b> Launoelot, out of Specimen 

— ^ — b. c. Chimney Sweep, by Touchstone, out of May 

Mr John Teasdale'sb. c. Nut, by Nutwith, dam by Lanercost, out of Mist LydU 

Mr Thompson's b. e. Oujeerai, by Oalaor, out of PhamuMopeia 

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Mr S..Wel)stei*8 eh. e. 8amU«y Vy Hetman FUtoff; out of Mias Beverley 
Mr J. Whitworth's hr. c. by Touchstone, out of Lady Mary, by Voltaire 
Mr T. A. Wilkinson's ch. c. DringhnweSy by The IXxstor, out of Confusionea 
Major Yarbnrffh'B b. e. Toveng Hammon*i, by Ithuriel, out «f Easter 
Ld Zetland's di. e. Auguff by Irish Birdcateher, out of Castanette's dam 



BRIGHTON, 1851. 

[Commencei Wednesday, August 8.] 

The MABim StAKXS of 80 soy. each, hf. ft. with 100 added if three horses start ; for two 
year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., and fillies 8st. 3lb. ; winners up to the time of starting of a 
stake value 100 sov. including their own stake, to carry 3lb. extra for every such 
winnine, and the winner of a 800/. stake to carry 71b. extra ; no hone to carry more 
than 91b. extra. The winner to pay 15 sov. to the fund. T. Y. C— 11 subs. 

D of Bedford's b. c. Carrier Mr Greville's b. f. Chaffinch 

Sir J- Hawley's b. c. SongsU 



Mr Dorrien's b. c. by Lanercost, out of Flash 

of Lightning 
Mr E Dyson's b. c. The Lord of the Manor 
Mr W. Etwall's ch. f. by Slane, oat of 

Pelerine 
Mr Francis's b. f. Dorothea 
Mr Gratwicke's di. c. Maidstone 



Songtter 
Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirnta 
b. f. Freedom^ by Gotherstone, 

out of Liberty 
D of Richmond's br. e. by Toaehatone, oat 

of Cuckoo 



DERBY, 1851. 

A Produce Sta.ki8 of 10 sov. each, with 50 added for three vear olds, colts 8st. 71b. 
fillies 8st. 41b. ; Sib. allowed, &c. ; the winner of the Derby or Oakt to carry 5lb 
extra. One mile. — 14 subs. 

Mr J. Osborne's bl. o. The Black Doctor 

(31b.) 
Mr 3. Scott's b. f. Frolicsome (31b.) 

b. f. Louie 

Mr Skerratt's b. c. by Loadstone, out of 

Wheelock Lass (3lb.) 
Mr H. Stebbing's ch. f. by Baton, out of 

C-^leste (Sib.) 
Mr Topham's b. c. Ouardtman ( 8lb.) 
Mr H. Wadlow's b. c. The Prime Minitter 
(31b.) 



Mr Dawson's br. c. by Trueboy, out of My 

Pet (31b.) 
Mr Denham's ch. f. by Faugh-a-BUlagh, 

out of Barbarina (31b.) 
Mr Fowler's br. c. by Heron, out of Fairy 
Mr C. H. Hollowa/s b. f. by Old England, 

out of Croppy (3lb.) 
ns. b. c. by Ithuriel, out of Gipsy 

(31b.) *^' 

Mr J. B. Minor's b. or br. f. Manilla 
Mr M*Turk's br. f. Desideratum (3lb.) 



LINCOLN, 185L 

First year of the Likcoln TBinrNiAL Stakxs of 10 sov. each, hf. ft., with 50 added for 
two ^ear olds, colts Sst. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb. ; horses that have started twice previous 
to this race and not won, allowed 31b. ; winners once, 3lb., twice, 5lb. extra ; 3lb. and 
5lb. allowed, &c. ; the second to save his stoke. T.Y.C.--16 subs. 
Ld Burleif^h ns. ch. f. Darot^iea, by Gotherstone, out of Jessica 

Mr W. H. Brooks's br. c. by Brilliant ^by Brutandorf, out of sis. to Maria, by Whisker^ 
out of Bessy Bedlam (Sib) "^ 

Mr T. Chambers's br. c. by Orlando, dam by Neaociator (h. b.) (fllb.) 
Sir Montaj(ne Cholmley ns. br. c. TheBrahmin^ by Lanercost, out of Idolatry 
Mr Hesseltine's bl. c. The Governor, by The Squire, out of Tahitha Bramble (3lb) 

• bl. or br. f. Catch'em, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Aspen 

Mr C HigKens* br. c. Apostate, bv Cowl (dam unknown) 

Mr W. B. Holieon's f. by The Bard, out of Parts of Lindsey's dam (31b'i 

Mr J. Inman's ch. f. The Maid of Lincoln, by Orlando, dam by Brail, out of Manuel Ota (3lb.) 

Mr Monson ns. ch. f. Vision, by Red Deer, out of Shadow's dam (Sib) 

Mr Osborne's bl. c. March Bird, by Birdcatcher, out of Betsy Bird (alb.) 

b. c. Priam the Third, by Young Priam, out of Hopeful, by Tombov (3lb.) 

Mr T. H. Pedley's ch c. Stratagem, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Benevolence 

. ch. c. fVide-awahe, by Irish Birdcatclier, out of Timothy's dam 

Mr. W. Wright's ch. f. Valentine's Day, by Faugh-a ballagh,out of Mias Flareaway (3lb) 
Ld Yarborough ns. b. f. Merry Bird, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Miss Castling (31b) 



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ROYAL CALEDONIAN HUNT, 1851. 

The Calidoniav St. Lcokr of 25 aov. each, with 100 added, for three year olds, oolts 
8st. 71b., fillies 8sL 4lb. ; Sootch-bred horMs allowed 71b. ; horses that have never won 
before the day of racing, or received 100/. including their own sUdce, allowed 4lb. ; 
the winner of the Derby or St. Leger to carry lOlb , the second for either 4lb. extra; 
the winner of the Oaks 71b., the second 31b. extra; the winner of any stake worth 
300 sov., his own stake included, previous to the day of running, 31b. extra. One mile 
and three quarters. 

Ld Airlie's b. f. by The Cure, out of Equa- I Mr Merry's b. c. Pierre de Ttmchs 
tion (71b.) b. f. Maid of the Momttaim 

Ld Eglinton's ch. e. Pandemus (7lb.) 



RICHMOND, 1851. 

SwBSPflTAKESofSOsov. each, h. ft., for two year olds, colts Sst. 7lb.,'fi]lies Sst. 31b. 

Sib. allowed, &c. Grey stone in. 
Capt Hareoort's b. c. bro. to SllerdtUe I Ld Zetland's ch« c. Angmr 

Mr Milner's ch. c. The Golden Age \ 

WESTERN MEETING, 1851. 

A Produck Stakks of 50 sov. each, 20 ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., flUies 
Sst. sib. ; 2lb. allowed to those got by untried stallions or out of mares wbose produce 
never won before the day of closing, and 4lb. of both untried. Two miles. 

Ld Eglinton's br. c. Cnonu (81b.) I Sir J. Boswell's ch. f. Emily Bell (Sib.) 

b. f. Emeute (2lb.) | 



LICHFIELD, 1851. 

PsoDrcB Stakes of 10 sovs. esch, with 20 added, for three year olds, colts 8st. 6lb., 

fillies Sst. 3lb. ; 31b. allowed, &c. ; the winner of a stake of 100 sovs. or upwards 

to carry 51b. extra. One mile. 

Mr Gopeland's b. or br. f. Drill I Mr Halford'sb. f. by Melbourne— Bebecea 

Mr FlintoflTs b. c. (dead) by Heron, out of Mr Mostyn'sb f. by Touchstone, outof Pfin- 

Countess of Uehfield (31b.) | cess Alice <31b.) 



EGLINTON RACING CLUB, 1851. 

The VisiToau' Plate of 10 sov. each, with 110 sov. added by the Visitors at B^linton 
Castle, for two yr olds, colts Sst 7lb., and fillies Sst 31b ; the winner of the New Stakes 
at Ascot, the July or Chesterfield at Newmarket, the Ham, Lavant, or Molecomb at 
ftoodwood, the Prince of Wales's or Giracrack at York, the Cliampagne or Two Years 
Old Stakes at Doncaster, to carry 7lb., the second in any of these stakes, 21b. extra; the 
winner of any other two yrs old stake, value 100 sov., to carry 31b. extra ; maiden two 
yrs old having started once allowed bib., twice, 51b., thrice, 71b. ; weishts not to be 
accumulative. Four to start, or the added money will not be given. — ^T. Y.C.— 1 1 subs. 



Mr C llaliour vs. ch. c. Pelupidas 
MrG. Barton's bl. c. The Surveyor 
\A Eglinton's br. c. Shagram 
lA Glasgow's ch. f. by John o'Gaunt — Con- 
spiracy 
Mr J. McKenzie ns. b. f. by Lanercost, out 
. of Bectitude 



Mr J. Merry's b. c. Happy Joe 

b. f. by Ithurief — Sorella's dam 

Mr W. Milner's ch. c. The Golden Age 

Ld Strathmore^s br. f. The Scourge 

Mr Williamson's b. c. by Melbourne "La 

Femme Sage 
Ld Waterford did not name 



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NOMINATIONS IN IRELAND FOR 1851. 



CURRAGH APRIL MEETING. 

sir THOMAS BURKE, Bart. JOHN COURTENAY, Esq. and W. QUIN. EK|.^St«war(b. 
Mr. JoBM B. UuMTBa, Keeper of ibe Match Bouk. 

TUESDAY, April 22.— The Maobip Stakes of 25 sots, each, 5 ft. if dedared, &c., for 
three year olda, the aecond to save his stake, &o. New Hathbride Post.— 19 subs., 8 of 
whom declared. 

St. lb. 

Ld Waterford'sch. f. JttcJft>«9.tAtf-diat,by StarofErin 7 9 

Mr Irwin's b.c. rAinM<0r&o/t, by Smallhopes 7 9 

Ld Waterford's ch. c. Marquis of Carrihas, by Bixdcatcher 7 7 

Sir T. Burke's br.f. by Lanercpst, opt of Camelia 7 7 

Mr Williams's b. c. TrelantTs Olorify by King Dan 7 6 

Mr King'sbr. c. byTearaway, outof'ltathmines'dam. . . ..76 

Mr Murphy ns. b. f. fVantm, by Freney 7 3 

Mr E. I. Irwin's b. g. Lwd Edward^ by'Birdcatcher -70 

Mr Courtenay's b. c. Lurcher ^ by Ben-y-Ghlo 7 

Mr Dillon's ch. f. Shan Van Focht, by Mereary or Jolly Tar , . . .70 
Mr L. Byrne's ch. c. Roller, by Birdcatcher 7 

A Havdicav Swiepstakes of 15 sovs. each, 5 ft., if declared on the 1st of January, with 
40 added. Waterford Post.— 16 subs. 

Ase St. lb. 
Ld Waterford's br. h. Duc-an-durraSt by Molyneax , , • , , .694 

Mr Watts' b. c. The Barl of fVarwicK by Launcelot 4 8 

Mr Disney's ch. c. Captain Grants by Freney 4 8 



Mr Williams's b. h. The Chiff Baron, by Birdcatcher 5 7 

Mr Newcoman's br. c. St. John, by Magpie <tt Freney 4 7 



Mr Harrison's b. m. Lethargy, by Ascot aged 7 

Mr D. Wynne's ns b. c. Remunerator, by Retriever . . , .47 

Ld Waterford's ch.f. &'». to J9a//t»ift0e/ff, by Birdcatcher . . . .37 
Mr J. Murphy's b. f. by Tearaway,ottt of Zulima • . . . .47 

Mr Watt's ch. f. Chaseaway, by Harkaway 3 7 

Ld Waterford's b. c. by Corranna, out of Monica 3 

Mr Watts' br. f. The Counteu, by Birdcatcher 3 

Mr L. Dunne ns c. Johnetown, by Tearaway . • 3 

Mr Nolan's bk. c. by Tearaway, dam by Byron 3 

lA Waterford's ch. c. The Marquis of Cambas, by Birdcatcher • . . 3 
Mr Wallace's ch. c. Little George, by Bretby ...... paid 4 

WEDNESDAY.— The Wellinoton Stakes of 30 sovs. each, 10 ft., and only 5, &c. ; if 
three lioises start, the second to save his stake. Three yr old Course. — lU subs., 3 of 
whom declared. 

Age St. lb. 

Mr Irwin's ch. h. Ballinafad, by Harkaway aged 8 13 

Mr Marphey's ch. h. Dough, by Tearaway 6 8 12 

Mr Watts' b. c. Chatterbox, by Magpie 4 8 

I^ Waterford's ch. f. Modesty, by Tearaway 4 7 2 

Mr Irwin's ch. c. Independence, by Retriever . . • • .-. .472 

Ld Waterford's b. c. BulUon, by Elvas 4 7 

Mr King's b, c. Larr^t-ihe-Lad, by Tearaway 4 7 



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FRIDAY.— The Second ClaM of the Madrid Stakis of 25 wvi. each, 15 ft., and 5 only if 
declared on the lit of Januarv» for three year oldi ; the aocond to save his stake, pro- 
vided three start New Kathbride Po8t.'-23 subs. 

St. lb. 

Mr Watts' ch. c. The Marqvis, by Birdeatcher 9 

Ld Waterford's ch. f. jfts. to fia//m*0«/e, by Birdcatcber 8 4 

Mr St George's b. f. by Harkaway, dam bv Host— Waterwitch . . . .88 

Mr J. King^s ch. f. Unity, by Anti-Repealer 6 2 

Mr Watts' eh. t. VhoKOwayt b^ Hlrka^ay . . . » . . < .7 13 

Mr Irwin's b. c. 3%tittder6o/t, by Smallhopes .7 12 

Mr Farrer's bk. c. Tancred, bv Tearaway 7 9 

Mr Denny's ch. c. Boiler, by Birdeatcher 7 9 

LdWaterford'sch.f.i:tcik-«p-fA«-dMt,byStarorErin 7 8 

Mr Sherlock's b. c. Bodolpk (late Duke of Wellington), by Tearaway . . .78 
1^ Waterford's b. c. by Comnna— Monica t , * • . . .78 

Mr Nolan's bk. c. by Tesraway, dam by Byron 7 7 

Sir T. Bnrke's b. f. by Lanercost— Gamelia . t « • • i . 7 7 
Ld Waterford's ch. c. rAeifargmto/GbrHtet, by BIrdeatehflt • • . .77 

Mr E. I. Irwin's b. f. Tributet by Seahorse 7 5 

Mr Wallace's b. c. by Dr Woods— Eitty-cot-a-diah t . . . t .74 
Mr Cotnmins'l ch. e. by Apollo— Ixiaisa's daili ; i i < i • t 7 4 
Mr Dillon's b. c. The Merchant qf f^eniee^ by Slinge . • • • • « 7 4 

Mr BalflTe's ch. g. Ringleader, by The Dean 7 3 

Mr Dillon's ch. f. Shan Van F-ocht, by Mercury at Jolly Tat • i * » 7 I 
Mr Quin's br. c. fThiff', by lanercost. ... .44 i « 7 
Mr K. I. Irwin's b. g. I^rd Edward, by Birdeatchet . » « « • j 7 
Mr CkHitswortb's ch; c. by Emilios— Hecate • 4 & 1 4 • « 7 § 

JUNE MfclSTING. 

TUESDAY, June !?4.— The KinwAv Stakxs of 80 sovs. each, h. ft.. Ahd 8 only if de- 
clared' on the 1st 6f Jariuaxyi the second to save his stakoi proviaeil three start. 2*ost 
on the flat.— 10 subs. 

Age at lb. 

Mr Mnrphy's ch. h. Dtmgh, by Tearaway » • § 8 10 

Ld Waterford's br. h. Dw>andurras, by Mblynettx . . . • i § ^ 7 

ch. h. Lord Oeorge, by Economist 6 8 7 

Mr Watts' b. c. CAat(«r6o«, by Magpie 4 8 7 

b. c. r/ff ^r/ 0/ /Tflrtpfc*, bv Lauhcelot . , . • • 4 Q 

Mr Williams's b. h. The Chitf Baton, b'y Birdeatcher 5 7 10 

Mr Wallace's ch.c. /riftfo Ceoroe, by Bretby • » . » . • •477 

Mr King's b. c. Conveyor, by Retriever . • 4 7 

Mr Denny's ch. c. Roller, by Birdeatchet . 3 6 6 

Mr Disney's eh. e. Cafttain Grant, by Freney, 7st 121b, paid forfeit. 

WEDNESDAY.— SwiEPSTAKEs of 10 sov eaeh, h. ft., with 50 added, for two year 6Mb» 
colts 8st. 5lb., fillies 8st; Sib. allowed, &e. The prodac# ol inarea having br^ s 
winner of the Derby or St. Leger, before the time of closins to carry Tib. extta | of the 
Anglesey's, 7lb. extra ; of the Paget's, filb. eztta j of a weight for age^ Plate^ or Stake 
of the value of 200 sovs., or of any Handicap of the value of 800 iovs.» 81bi extra; 
no horse to carry more than lOlb. extra ; the second to save his stAke* Half a toite« — 
17 fcuba. 

Mr Bateman'sch. c. Dismapt by Magpie, out of Surprise 

b. e. Killamey, by Polish, out of Old Stock (8lb.) 

Mr Disney's ch. f. Nowrmahal, by Napier, out of Twilight (Sib.) 

cb. c. Indian. fFartior, by Napier^ oat of Jannette (8lb ) 

Mr Irwin's f. by Polish, but of Recluse (Sib.) 

Mr Keegan's ch. f. Matilda, by Magpie, d. by Bran, out of Maria (3110 

• b. or br. g. The Wee Orphan, by Tearaway or Polish, out of Silence (31b.) 

Mr Knox's ch. f. by Napier, out of Madame Vestria (81b.) 

ch. f. by Ivapier or Freney, out of Gramaehree (81b.) 

Mr Murphy's b. c. by The Ugly Buck, out of a sister to Johnny (8lb.) 

Mr Nolan's b. or br. f. by Launcelot, out of The Cook (8lb.) 

Mr Orford's ch. f. May Vay, by Harkaway, out of Atalanta (olb.) 

Mr Gain's ch. f. by Lothario, out of Fuyard (3lb.) 

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Ld Waterford'a ch. c. by Corfinna, oat of Red Rote (31b.) 

Mir G. Watt Jan. ns. b. f. May Blossom, by Mickey Free, out of Alidt May (Sib.) 

Col Westenra's c. by Preney, out of Fire (81b.) 

THURSDAY.— The Cursaobmosb Stakes of 25 Boiri« eaeh» with £5 added, for thr«e 
year olds, colts Sst. 71b., Allies, 8st 31b. ; 3lb. and 51b. alloWbd, &c. The winner of 
the Anglesey's to carry 71b., of the Paget'i Sib., of both, 101b. extra; Sib extra to be 
carried for each other race of the value of 50 sbvs. won previous to starting foi this. 
One mile and a half on the Peel Course. 

Mr Courtenay's b. c. Lurcher^ by Ben-y-Ghlo, out of Moleskin (Slb.) 

Mr Dunne's b. c. Finance^ by Bashful, out of Brasil (5lbi} 

Mr Irwin's b. g. Lord Edward, by Birdcatcher, out of Anna Maria 

Mr Johnstone's b. c. by Tearaway, dam by Alcaston (Slb.) 

Mr Quin's br. c. /T/it^; by Lanercost, out of Wheel (3lb.) 

Ld Waterford's ch. c. Marquis tfCarribas, bv Birdcatcher, out of Pusa 

ch. f. by Corranna, out of Vaudeville (dlb.) 

■ ■ ■ ■ ch. f. by Corranna, out of Red Rose (3lb.) 

Second ClAss of the Ccrraormobk Triennial SrAKSSof 10 sovs. each, h. ft.) for two year 
elds, colts Sst. 51b., Allies 8st. ; 31b. and 51b. allowed, &c. The produce of any mare 
having bred the winner of ttie Anglesey, National, or Paget Stakes, 31b. totra. ; the 
Winner of the two year old stakes on Wednesday 3lb. extra. The Matqui^t's l>b8t ; 
kalf a mile.^e subs. 

Sir T. Burke's ch. c. Thunder thj Magpie, out of Flash 

Mr Courtenay's b. c. by Lothario, out of Bantam's dam (31b.) 

Mr £. J. Irwin's n.f. by Polish, out of Recluse (Slb.) 

M« J. Murphy's b. c. Tlie Ujly Buck, ont of sister to Johnny (Slb.) 

Ld Waterford's ch. c. by Corranna, out of Vaudeville (5lb.) 

■ ch. c. by Corranna, out of Red Rose (31b.) 

FRIDAY.— Tlie Irish Oaks of 26 sovs. eacli, with 50 added for three year old fillies 
Sst. 7lb. each ; 31b. and 5lb. allowed, &c., the winner of the Anglesey's or P«gef ^ in 
i 1850, to carry 71b., if of both, lOlb. extra. Should the winner of either of these races 

I win any other race of the value of 50 sovs., to carry 21b., if two of that amount to carry 

5lb.i and if three or more, 71b. extra. Any other Ally having won one race of the 
I value of 50 sovs. or upwards to csrry 81b., if two of that amount, 5lb., and if three or 

J more 71b. extra. One mile and a quarter on the Peel course. — 11 subs. 

; 'Mr Cblgan's ch. f. Chaseatoap^ by Harkaway, out of Victoria 
; Mr Courtenay's b. f. Coquette, by Napier, out of Lelia (5lb.) 
; Mr Dillon's ch. f. The Shan Van Vochtt by Mercury or Jolly Tar, out of Ennui 
I Nfr Harrison's ch. f Blw Blazes (dead), hy Birdcatcher, out o^ Jnash 
I Mr Kearey's b. f . by Birdcatcher, out of Circe 
} Mr Quin*s ch. f. Flamet by Seraglio, out of Fuvard (51b.) 

Ld Waterford's ch. f. sis. to Ballinkeele, by Birclcatcher, out of Perdita 

— — - — ch. f. by Corranna, out of Red Rose (31b.) 

b. f. by Corranna, out of Vaudeville (Slb.) 

Mr Watts' br. f. CoimteM, by Birdcatcher, out of Echidna 
' Col Westenra's ch. f, fVhite Oartert by Freney, out of Fire (3p).) 

SEPTEMBER MEETING. 

TUESDAY, Sept. 2.— Thk Akoleset Stakes of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for two 
year olds, colts Sst. 4lb., Allies 8st. The second to save tiis stake. The winner of this 
race to give three doten of champagne to the Club. Anglesey Post. — 30 subs. 
Mr HalflTe's c. by Sea-horse, out of Alba 

Mr Bonchier's gr. or ro. c. Bt^and Blue, by Lothario, odt of Bodice 
Mr Clarke's ch. f. Split the fVind^ by Harkaway, out of Housekeeper 
Mr Clancy's b. f. by Crescent, out of Lodola j 

■ b. f. by Corranna, out of Melody 

Mr Colgan's ch. f. by Harkaway, out of Victoriri 

Mr Disney's ch. c. Indian fVarrior, by Napier, out of Jannette 

ch. f. NourmahaL by Napier, out of Twilight 

Mr Dunne's b. c. RedvMtnd O'Hanlm, by Freney, out of Kiss 
Mr M. Dunne ns. c. fVar-hawk, by Napier, out of Discretion 
Mr Hyland's b. or br. c. by Magpie, out of Allegrette 
Ld Howth's f. by Harkaway, out of Remnant 
Mr Harrison's ch, c. Thunder, by Magpie, out of Fl«sb^ 



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Mr Irwin*«b.'c. Irother to King o/KUdare, by Tearaway, out of Anna Maxia 

f. by Polish, ont of Recluse 

Mr Keegan's cb. f. Matilda^ by Magpie, dam by Bran, out of Maria 

b. or br. g. The IFee Orphan^ by Tearaway or Polish, out of Silence 

Mr Murphy's b. c. by Ugly Bock, out of a Sister to Johnny 

Mr Nolan's b. f. by Liauncelot, ouc of The Ck)ok 

Mr O* Meagher's b. or br. c. Oaltimore^ by Simoom, out of Osprey 

Mr Quin's ch. f. by Lothario, out of Fuyard 

Mr Whaley's b. f. THh Rtibber's Daughter, by Freney, out of Burgundy's dam 

Col Westenra's ch. f. fVinifred., by Freney, out of Isora 

Ld Waterford's b. f. by Corranna, out of Ferdita 

ch. c. by Corranna, out of Red Rose 

— — ch. c. by Corranna, out of Monica 

■ ch. c. by Harkaway, out of Puss 

Mr Walt's ch. f. by Retriever, out of iikshidna 

ch. c. Chit Chat, by Magpie, out of Clari 

ch. f. by Magpie, out of Flighty 

WEDNESDAY.— Second Class of the Sharavoouz Stakes, of 10 sov. each, with 80 added, 
for two year olds, colts 8st 41b, fillies 8A. The winner of the Anglesey "/lb extra, 31b. 
and 51b. allowed, &c. Anglesey Post. — 10 subs. 



Mr Bateman's eh. c. Dismay 
Sir T. Burke's ch. c. Thunder 
Mr Colgan's h. c. by Harkaway — Iron- 
mould (31b.) 
Mr Dillon's b. e. by Magpie — Ennui 
Mr Disney's ch. c. Indian fVarrior (5lb.) 

SwiEPffTAKES of 15 sov. oach, 5 ft. for two year olds, colts 8st. 51b. fillies 8st. ; 31b. 
and 51b. allowed, &c. The winner of the Anglesey 71b. extra; the winner of any 
other race 81b. for eadi running. Anglesey Post. 



Mr Irwin's b. c. brother to King o/Kildare 
Ld Waterford's ch. c. by Corranna— Bed 
Rose (31b.) 

ch. e. by Harkaway— Puss 

b. f. by Corranna— Perdita 

Col Westenra's br. c King (TNeiU (31b.) 



Mr Irwin's b. e. Bro. to King o/Kildare 

b- f. by Polish— Recluse (31b.) 

Mr J. Murphy's b. c. by Ugly Buck — sis. 
to Johnny (51b.) 



Mr G. Watt's jun. b. f. Afoy B/oMiwi(51b.) 
Ld Waterford's ch. c. by Harkaway — Puss 
(31b.) 

ch. c. by Corranna— Red Rose 



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Sweepstakes of 15 sov. each, 10 ft, for two year olds, oolts Sst 71b, fillies 8st 21b ; 31b 
and 51b allowed, &c. The winner of the Anglesey to carry 71b extra. New T.Y.G. 
— 7 subs. 

Mr N. Balffe's f. Piquet, by Sea-horse, out of Lunette 

Sir T. Burke's b. c. Sam Orey^ by Anti-Repealer,d. by Lanercost, out of Nun 

b. c. Betcick, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Flower of the Tees 

Ld Waterford's ch. c. by Harkaway, out of Puss 

ch. c. by Corranna, out of Red Rose 

Mr Watt's ch. c. Chit Chat, by Magpie, out of Clari 

ch. c. by Crescent out of Ellen 

THURSDAY.— The Watbrfobd Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 40 added, for two year 
olds. colU ^st. 71b., fillies 8st. 31b. ; 3lb. and 51b. allowed, &c. The winner of the 
Anglesey 71b ex. New T.Y.C.— 17 subs. 

Mr Balffe's f. by Sea-horse, out of White Rose (5 lb.) 

Mr Dowling'sb. c. by Magpie, ont of Lady Harkaway (31b.) 

Mr Disney's b. c. by Magpie, out of Ennui 

ch. c. Indian JVarrior, hy Napier, out of Jannette (51b.) 

ch. f. Nourtnahal, by Napier, out of Twilight (5lb.) 

Mr J. Davies's ch. f. by Harkaway, out of Fanny Kemble 

Ld Howth's f. by Harkaway, out of Remnant 

Mr Keegan's ch. f. by Magpie, dam by Bran, out of Maria (31b.) 

Mr Murphy's b. c. by Ugly Buck, out of a sister to Johnny (5lb.) 

1^ Waterford's b. f. bv Corranna, out of PerdiU (31b.) 

ch. c. by Harkaway, out of Puss 

Mr Whaley's b. f. The Robber's Daughter, bv Freney, out of Burgundy's dam 

b. c. by Magpie, ont of Tickle-my-^ancy (h. b.) (3lb.) 

Mr Watt's ch. c. Chit Chat, by Magpie, out of Clari 

ch. f. by Magpie, out of Flighty 

ch. f. by Retriever, outof Echidna (3lb.) 

Col Westenra's ch. f. Winifred, by Freney, out of Isora 

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OCTOBER MEETING. 

TUESDAY, Oct. 14.— The Natiokal Produce Stakes of 10 sov. each for two year olds 
by stallions whose owners have agreed to subscribe 25 sovs. for each stallion tney may 
name, and to which the sum so subscribed and 100 sov. given by the Club will be 
added ; colts 8st. 71b , fillies 8st. 31b. ; 31b. and 5lb. allowed. Sec. ; the winner of the 
Anglesey's in 1851 to carry 7lb. extra. Anglesey Post. — 50 subs., two of whom did not 
decdare produce, and 10 subs, to the bonus of 25 sovs. each. 



Mr N. M. Archdall's b. f. by The Ugly Buck, out of Medea (3lb.) 
Mr Balffe's c. by Seahorse, out of Alba (3lb.) 

- f. by Seahorse, out of White Rose (5lb.) 



Mr Bateman's ch. c. Dismay^ by Magpie, out of Surprise (31b.) 

. b. c. KUlaney^ by Polish, out of Old Stock (5lb.) 

Ld Caledon's b. c. by Simoom, out of The Queen ^ 

— — c. by Simoom, dam by Buzzard, out of Enchantress (31b.) 

Mr Colgan's ch. f. by Polish, out of Harmony (51b.) 

Mr L. Dunne's b. c. bv Magpie, out of Pheasant (31b.) 

Mr Disney's b. c. by Utagpie, mt (vf Ciiiiiii 

. ch. f . Nourmaha A 1 y N npler, out of 1 ' w 1 1 i _■ : 1 1 (51b.) ] 

ch. c. Indian fFurru-r, by Naplirf, out <:<[ J Linette (5lb.) 

Mr J. Davies's b. f. by Te^jraviay, out of Blaek Art i .Lb.) 

Mr M. Dunne ns. ch. c. ft tir-hii^fit by Mn^pie, out oi' Discretion (31b.) 

Mr Hendrick's b. f. Talamrft* by Nnpipf at Tears wJiv, out of Blood Royal 

Ld Howth'sb. f. by Magpie^ lU by Troilus or Kc(>nDmist, out of Stiflf 's dam (31b.) 

Mr Harrison's ch. c. Thunder ^ byMftf^pSe, Mut at FlH*h 

Mr Irwin's b. c. bro. to Khitj cf Kihintt\ by Teariiwav^ out of Anna Maria 

f. by Polish, out or" f:. ^li. ■ (ilU/) 

Mr J. Knox's b. c. by Napier or Freney, out ol Annie 

Mr G. Knox, jun.'s ch. f. by Napier or Freney, out of Gramachree 

Mr A. Knox's ch. f. by Napier, out of Madame Vestris (3lb.) 

Mr Keegan'sch. f. Matilda^ by Magpie, dam by Bran, out of Maria (3lb.) ' 

b. or br. g. The Wee Orphan, by Tearaway or Polish, out of Silence (31b.) 

.— — c. by Tearawav, out of Prince George's dam 

Mr Murphy's b. c. by Cgly Buck, out of sister to Johnny (5lb.) 
Mr J. Moore's b. c. by Ugly Buck, out of Teresa, by Langar 

. f. by Ugly Buck, out of Miss Foote, by Whisker 

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b. f . by Ugly Buck, out of Camilla 

b. c. by Ugly Buck, dam by Birdcatcher, out of Helena (3lb.) 



Mr Mellish's f. Moyola, by Ugly Buck, out of Royalty C31b.) 
Mr Maxwell's b. c. by Ugly Buck, out of Sylph 

ch. f. by Ugly Buck, out of Helena (3lb.) 

b. c. by Ugly Buck, out of Ladv Gay (3lb.) 

Ld Milltown's c. bro. to Bussborough^ by Tearaway, out of Cruiskeen ' 

Mr O' Meagher's b. or br. c. Oaltitnore, by Simoom, out of Osprey (3lb.) 
Ld Waterford's b. f. by Corranna, out of Perdita (31b.) 
.- ■ ■ ch. c. by Corranna, out of Monica (31b.) 

ch. c. by Corranna, out of Red Rose (31b.) 

ch. c. by Corranna, out of Drudge (3lb.) 

Col Westenra's ch. by Frenev, out of Fire (3lb.) 

. ■ - ch. f. fFinifred, by Freney, out of Isora 

Mr Watt's ch. c. Chtt Chat, by Magpie, out of Clari 

ch. f. by Magpie, out of Veneer 

ch. f. by Magpie, out of Flighty 

Mr Whalley's b. f. The Bobber't Daughter, by Freney, out of Burgundy's dam'| 

THURSDAY.— The Slioo Stakks of 25 sov. each, 10 ft., with 50 added, for two 
year olds, colts Sst. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lfo. ; 31b. and 51b. allowed, &c. The winner of 
the Anglesey 51b. extra. Anglesey Post. 

Mr Bateman's ch. c. Dismay, by Magpie, out of Surprise 

Mr Colgan's ch. f. by Harkaway, out of Victoria 

Mr Disney's ch.c. Indian fFarr'xor, by Napier, out of Jannette (5lb.) 

ch. f. Nourmahal, by Napier, out of Twilight (51b.) 

Mr Irwin's b. c. bro, to The King of Kildare, by Tearaway, out of Anna Maria' 

Mr Nolan's b. or br; f. by Launcelot, oat of The Cook (31b.) 

Mr Quin'a ch. f. by Lothario, out of Fuyard f 5lb.) 

Ld Waterford'sb, f. by Corranna, out of Perdita (31b.) 



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Ld Wftt«rfofd'i ch. c. by Corranna, oatof Red Rose (31b.) 
Mr. Watt's ch. f. by Retriever, out of Echidna (31b.) 

ch. c. Chit Chat, by Magpie, out of Olari 

:- ch. f. by Mai^pie, oat of Flighty 

FRIDAY.— The Paost Stakxa of 10 sov. eacht with 50 sov. added, fbr tro-year olds, 
colU 8«t. 41b., fillies 8st. ; 31b. and 51b. allowed, fcc. The winner of the Anglesey 
alb. extra, and should he win any other sUkes (Matches and Handicaps excepted) 
previoas to starting for this, to carry 21b. extra for raeh race he may have von. Any 
other winner to carry 21b. extra for eacli race value 60/. or upwards he may have won 
(Matches and Handicaps excepted) previous to starting for this. Angl. Post.--2i subs. 

Mr Bateman's b. c. KillarMy, by Polish, out of Old Stock (»lb.) 

Mr Colgan's ch. f. by Harkaway, out of Victoria 

Mr Clancy's b. f. by Creseent, out of Lodola 

b. f. by Gorranna, out of Melody, by Skylark (61b.) 

Mr DUney's ch. f. Nwtrmahal, by Napier, out of Twilight (51b.) 

— ch. G. Indiatt Warrior , by Napier, out of Jannette (6lb.) 

Ld Howth's f. by Harkaway, out of Remnant 

Mr Irwin's b. c. bro. to Thi King of Kildoro. by Teaiaway, put of Anna Maria 

Mr Keegan*s ch. f. Matilda, by fifagpie, dam by Bran, out of Maria (31b.) 

b. or br. g. The fFee Orphan, by Tearaway or Polish, out of Silence (31b) 

Mr MacDonnell's b. f. by Sordid, out of Oblivion (31b.) 

Mr Murphy's b c. by Uglv Buck, out of sis. to Johnny (61b.) 

Mr Nolan's b or br. f: by Wncelot, out of the Cook (3lb.) 

Mr O'Meagher's b. or br. c. Qaltimare, by Simoom, out of Osprey (Sib.) 

Mr Quin's ch. f. by Lothario, out of Fuyard (&lb.) 

Ld Waterford's b. f. by Corranna, out of Peidita (31b.) 

cli. c. by Harkaway, out of Puss 

Mr Watt's ch. f. by Retriever, out of Echidna (31b.) 

ch. c. Chit Chat, by Magpie, out of Clari 



ch. f. by Magpiet out of Fliffhty 

Mr Whaley's b. f . The /Zo66er'r Daughter, by Freeney, out of Burgundy's dam 

b. f. (h. b.) by Magpie, out of Tickle-my-Fanoy (3lb.) 

SwcivsTAKcs of 25 sov. each, 10 ft., with 50 added, for two year old^, cplts Sst. 71b. 
fillies 8st. 31b. ; 31b. and 51b. allowed, &c. ; the winner of the Anglesey 7lb , and of 
the National Produce 7lb. extra ; if of both 121b. extra. New Anglesey P<>st.— 16 saUs. 

Mr Courtney's b. c. by Lothario, out of Bantam's dam (Sib.) 

ch. f. by Lothario, out of Moleskin (SlbO 

Mr Disney's ch. f. Nourmahal, bv Napier, out of Twilight (5lb.) 



- ch. c. 



Indian Warrior, by Napier, out of Jannette (6lb.) 
Itro. to The King o/KJidare, by Tearaway, out of A 



Mr Irwin's b. c. bro. to The King o/Kildare, by Tearaway, out of Anna Maria 
Mr J. Moore's b. c. by Ugly Buck, out of Teresa, by Langar 

b. f. by Ugly Buck, out of Miss Foote 

b. f. by Ugly Buck, out of Camilla 

b. c. by Ugly Buck, dam by Birdcatcher, out of Helena (aib.) 

Ld Milltown's eh. e. bro. to Kus$borough, by Tearaway, out of Cruiiikeen 
Mr Quin's cli. f. by Lothario, out of Fuyard (5lb.) 
Mr Watt'sch. f. by Retriever, out of Echidna (31b.) 

■ ch. c. by Crescent, out of Ellen (3lb.) 
Ld Waterfoid's b. f. by Corranna, out of Perdita (31b.) 

ch. c. by Corranna, out of Monica (81b.) 

Col Westonra's ch. f. sis, to Wolf-dog, by Freney, out of Isora 

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SwsxPKTAKvs of 10 SOV. each, vlth 40 added, for two year olds, colts 8st 71b, fillies 8st 31b. 
A wUmer before the meeting Sib extra, twice or more 51b. extra. Three-quarters of a 
mile.^lOsubs. ^^ ... « 

Sir T. Burke's b. c. Bewiek, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Flower of the Te^ 

Mr P. Dowling's b. c. by Magpie, out of Lady Harkaway 

Mr M. Dunne^s b. c. Redmond O'Hanlon, by Freney, out of Kias 

■ b. c. Brats, by Freney, out of Brazil 

Mr E. J. Irwin's ch. c. by Poli»h, out of Danceaway 

Mr L. Keegan's ch. f. Matilda, by Magpie, d. by Bran, out of Maria 

Mr R. Ne^vomen's b. c. Collier, by Napier or Freney, out of Annie 

Mr T. Turpin's eh. f. 8pHt-the-wind, by Harkaway, out of Housekeeper 

Ld Waterford's ch. c. by Corranna, out of Red Rose 
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INDEX TO RACES PAST. 



Abergavenny • • • • • 9 

Abingdon 104 

Ascot Heath 37 

Aust Passage 43 

Axbridge 97 

Baraet 81 

BarnetFair 97 

Basingstoke 110 

Bath 15 

Bedford •112 

Belford Ill 

Beverley 44 

Bibury 48 

Breconshire ...... 109 

Bridj^north 64 

Brighton ....... 72 

Brighton Aatnmn . • .130 

Brighton Club 74 

Brotnley ....... 101 

Bungay 97 

Caledonian Hunt, and 

Perth 123 

Canterbury 91 

Carlisle 51 

Catterick Bridge . ... 5 
Chalk Farm .... 90, 123 
Gheadle (Staff.) .... 99 

Chelmsford 62 

Chester Spring 21 

Chester Autumn . • • .121 

Chesterfield 120 

Chewton Mendip. ... 64 
Chipping Campden . . 141 

Cirencester 115 

Coventry 2 

Croxton'Park 10 

Derby 

Doncaster Spring ... 2 
Doncaster September. . 106 

Dover 104 

Douglas (Isle of Man) . 81 
Durham ........ IS 

Koeles ......... 

Edgware 75 

Edinburgh, see Lothians. 

Egham 90 

EgUnton Park 77 

Epsom Spring . • ... 11 
Epsom Summer .... 32 
Epsom Autumn .... 139 

Felton 116 

Filey 58 



Bellewstown 193 

Clonmel 149 

Curragh. .145,147,154,156 
Down (Corporation . 150, 158 
Galway •,.,.... 156 



Folkestone 101 

Goodvrood ....... 64 

Guildford 63 

Hampton 43 

Harpenden ...... 31 

Harrogate 2 

Hereford 132 

Hoo,The 9 

Huntingdon 7i 

llsle^ 80 

Ipswich 57 

Knighton 41 

Lancaster 53 

Leek 129 

Leicester 102 

Leintwardine 112 

I^ith 70 

Lenham .37 

Leominster 69 

Lewes 80 

Lichfleld 98 

Lincoln Spring .... 1 
Lincoln September. . . 96 
Liverpool Spring ... 1 

LtverpoolJuly 34 

Liverpool (Hoy lake) 20, 103 
Liverpool Autumn . . 141 

Lothians 28 

Ludlow 49 

Lynn 102 

Malton 16 

Manchester Summer . . 29 
Manchester Autumn . . 114 

MausQeld 57. 

Marlborough 100 

Monmouth 120 

Morpeth 94 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. . • 46 
Newmarket Craven . . 12 

First Spring 17 

Second Spring .... 95 

Jnly 50 

First October , . . . J 17 
Second October ... 124 

Houghton 133 

Newport (Salop). ... 75 

Newton 35 

Northallerton 131 

Northampton 7 

Nortli Staffordshire • . 70 

Nottingham 58 

Odiham 63 

IRISH RACES. 

Heath 148 

Johnstown 156 

Kilcock 153 

Lncan ..... .145,149 



Pain's Lane 116 

Paisley 91 

Perth, see Cialedonian H. 
Plymouth Spring ... 21 
Plymouth Summer ... 83 

Radcliffe 99 

Reading 79 

Richmond lU 

Ripon 70 

Rochdale 63 

Rochester and Chatham. 95 

Salisbury 60 

Sandbach 113 

Scarborough .116 

Sherborne 110 

Shrewsbury 27 

Southdown (Lewes) . . 7 

Southwell. . ■ 32 

Stamford . 59 

Stirling 83 

Stockbridge 49 

Stokesley .32 

Stourbridge 87 

Sutton Park 42 

Tarporley 140 

Taunton 89 

Tavistock 72 

Tenby 105 

Tenbury 53 

Tiverton 52 

Totnes 104 

Tunbridge 80 

Uttoxeter 1 10 

Upton on-Severn .... 121 
Walsall ,....-... 103 
Warwick Spring .... 4 
Warwick September . . 92 
Warwick Autumn ... 142 

Wenlock 61 

Westbury ....... 106 

Western Meeting ... 93 

Weymouth 94 

Whitby 114 

Winchester 61 

Wolverhampton .... 76 

Woodford 119 

Worcester 72 

Wrexham 128 

Writtle 54 

Yarmouth 80 

York 8i 



Phoenix Park 151 

Roscommon 156 

Thomastown . • • • . , j56 
Tnam • • , ,133 



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RACES PAST IN 1850. 



LINCOLN. 

THURSDAY, Fth. 21.— A Sneeraluke* of ««. j 
I ml. 4 fur. 

D«Hrt, hv Jereed. aged - G. Wlutclioase I 

Kill or Curs, 3 jrrs - - -Cliarlion 2 

Kinti Hal, 6yis - . . Marsdcn 

Oxford Blue, 8 yr» - - Osborne 

S*ir Charles - - - F. Frost 

Shoriwood (h.b ), 5 yn (131b over) W. Bucklow o 

QMH.lruped, aged - - . Arrand 

Cinderella - - . W. Marson 

3 to 1 aj;i>t Dart, 8 to 1 agst Kill or Cure, 4 to 1 
agst Ozfoid Blue. Won by three lengths. 

Farmers' PlaU of 55(. ; 2 mi. 

Swift, 4 yrs, lo«t 121b - Green I 1 

Billy from nr^s^r, i^,t Jib - Nainby 2 

Gilnochie, Syrs list lllb - J. Abdul'e U 

Tlie Nun. a^ed, ISst sIb - • Mr Bly.h 

C. Lt Kediibank, \t*i 'ilb - Uewsoa 
Bantam (b.b), 3 yrs, 1 Ut eib Whitwurth 2 dr 
£Bcb heat won enslly. 

LIVERPOOL SPRING. 

WEDNESDAY, Fehruary 97. ~ Liverpool Spring 

Cup (handicap) of iMZ. ; i mi. 6 fur. 
Doubt, by Gladiator. 4 yrs, 7»l ftlb W. Sharpe 1 
Aujfcan, 3yrs, SstSlb - - Knott 2 

Qure (late ftai^ihorpej, yrs, 8«t 7lb Templcnxan 
Portia, 4 yrs, 7st I lib . - KeeRan 

ORbaldenton, 3 yn, fist I21b . Bashnm 

Wiknont, 3 yrs. Sat . . Clift 

11 to 8 agst OsbaldeKton. 7 to 8 agst Doubt, b to 1 
a^st Ausean, and 6 lo l agst Wilinont Won by a 
length ; Osbaldeston a bad third. Aun in 8 min. 
IS see. 

Triai Slakea of 901. ; 1 mi. 2 fur. 
Andatnsiun, by Liverpool Junior, 4 yr*. 

8«t*Ib - - - LorgBtaff 1 

Pio Nono. 8yrs, 6st . . Kc*'i;an 2- 

Montezuron, 3 yrs, Out 41b - Mitchell 

Emma, 8 yr«. 6st ■ - . Arnold 

The Golden Ladr, 8 yrK, 0>t ■ Bellerby 

Br. f. by I.ancrcost, d. by M. Moloch, 

.^ yrs. est - - _ Banhnm 

Jphnof Tu.-im, 3yrs. est 41b - . Osborne 

Magic V\'anii, 3yrs. esi41b - Charlton 

Tower, 3 }is. tot 41b . - Hiett 

Ch. f. bv Coronation— Old No. I2's dam. 

3 yrs, est - - . \V. Sharpe 

Nelson, 4 yrs, Sit 4lb . -Fouler U 

3 to 1 eacl) ngst Pio Nono, Emma, and Andalu- 
sian. and 4 to 1 agst Tower. Won by three pans <>t 
a length. Magic Wand a bad third, Emma fouitli. 
Ilua in S min. i9sec. 

Optional SeVinf^ Staket of 45/. ; I mi. 
Eunvch, by Sinne, 3 yrs, Act ;lb - Knott i 

Tower, 8 jr«, 7«t 2Ib - - W. Sliarpe 2 

>:ffiie Ueann, 8 vrs. 6st - > Arnold U 

OldNo. 12.5yr8. 8«t 4lb - - Tasker 

6 to 5 ag8t Eunuch, and 2 to 1 agst Old No. 12. 
Won by two lengths. The winner, entered to be 
sold for sot., was sold by auction for 80 guineas. 

Srramble Handicap of 441 ; 4 fur. 
Portia, bv Lauiirelot, 4 yrK, 7st 121b - Keesrnn 1 
Caiiriri, 4yrs,7st 121b . . W.Noble 2 

Zaider, 3 vrs, 6st Alb . - Arnold 

Sha<lwcll,8yrs. 6*t8lb - . Bellerbv 

IHo Nono. 3 yrs, 6»t lOIb - - Otbornu U 

Cuulillowcr, dyrs, 8st lOlb - Templcm»n 

I^lHui.? Wiind, 3 yrM,0«t3ib - - Ctiariion 

I^ittle Wonder. aued.7iti6Ib - - (liftt 

7 to 4 ag:«t I'io Nono, 3 to I agst Cnuliflower. and 
•ft tti 1 ngot Caunri. Won by a length. Mugic 
Wandabadihiid. 

ttalch, 100, lOstSlb each, 1 ml. 4 fur., nvei f >ur 
bvrdlea; Pugit'va, by Rust, Hged (Magev)t beat The 
fAeaue. yrs (Wycherley). in a canter; 2 to 1 on 
yueitifs. 



HARROGATE SPRING. 
THURSDAY, March 7.-A Hurdia Stakt at 802.; 

once ro. 

Helmsman, by Sheet Anchor - Stagg 18 1 

Fanny (h. b.> - - Robinson 8 18 

Master Clifton (h.b.) - - Scarth 4 8 1 

Spot - - - Marwood 2 dr 

Won easy. 

?rc//#r EurdU Stake of SSl. ; twice ro. 

Ivanhoe - - . . stagg 1 

Sweetheart ... Butsey 8 

Leamington ... Ford B 

Terry Alt - - - Wright 4 

Economy ... Robinoon 5 

Won by two lengths. 

Hunt»rt* Slake of 221. ; once to. 

Helmsman ... btngg 1 I 

Leamington - . Ford 2 dr 

Won easy. 

COVENTRY.* 

TUESDAY, March M.—SeUing Hurdle Stake of 

SM. : 2 mi. 

Snrah Sykea, bv Melbourne, lOst 21b Frisby 1 

Wiseacre, 10si2Ib - . H. Bradley 8 

Vaut-rien, lOst S21b - • S. Darling 8 

5 to 4 agst S. Sykes, and to 4 agst \'auL.rien. 
Won by a necii. 

Handicap Hurdle Slake of 100/. ; 2 ml. 
Fugitive, by Bust, aged. Hat 51b - Abbott I 
liawkslon*-, 6 yrs, OittOlb - Archer S 

Jackof-nlUTtndes, 5 yrs, Ost 6lb > R. Jmnes H 
Hiiir-and-Half, aged, iOst 71b - Sly,Jun. 

Slug, 5 yrs, 9st eib - - Kackley 

Sobersides, aged, 9wt 2Ib . Cnudrnn 

.9 to 2 agst Fugitive, 7 to 8 agst Hal f.and- Half. 
8 to 1 agst .T>ick-of-nU-Trades, and 4 to 1 agat 
Uawkstonc. Won easy. 



WEDNESDAY.— CiVv Stakee of 85l. ; 2 mi. 
Bird of Par>idi«e, by Gilbert Gnrney, 

5 yrs, 0«t 121b . - - Norman / 

Rorvbe-aisy, 5 vrs. Ost 12Ib - H.Bradley 8 

Ch. c, 4 yrs, Ost 4lb - H. Darling 8 

Liidy GoiiivA (late Nike) > Coudron 4 

Even on B. of Paradise, and to 4 agst liory-be* 
alsy. Won by a length. 

Selling Hurdle Stake of 40/. ; 2 mi. 
Sarah Sykes, lOot 9lb - . Archer 1 

Wiseacre, 98t 1 lib > . A. Bradley 8 

Vaut-rien. Pst lllb - - J. Kelly 8 

Wircworm (h. b ),Ost lllb - - Stngg 

Forget me-not, lOst 9lb - . Dobbs 

Jaok-of-alUTradeB', »8t lllb - R. James 

2 to 1 aest S. Sykes. 8 to 1 ag!<t Wiseacre, and 
5 to 1 ngst Vaut-rien. Won cleverly. 

The Ser amble Handicap of 12/ was Won by Vaut- 
Hen, by Ascot. 5 yrs, 12st 2lb (T Oliver), beating r 
pony, 4 yrs, I0st7lb (Cnpt Little), and KenilwortU 
Lass, list (Verney). Won by a head. 

DONCASTER SPRING- 
THURSDAY, March 14 .— Handicap Hurdle Raet 

ofSO/. ; 2 mi. 
Wharfdale Maid, aged, lUst Sib - Frisby 1 

Little Queen. 4 yr*, 9st 71b - G. Arran 8 

.l«ck in the Corner, b yrs, lOnt . Marwood 3 
Dunchurch (hb.'l, aged, lOst eib - Frost 4 

Chintz Print (h b.), aged, lOsiSlb W. Brooko 
Good Girl. 5 urs, Ost I3lb . A. Clark 

P;.nny, (h. b.). aged. Ost '. - J. Sn ith 

7 to 4 ngst Little Queen, 3 to 1 ngst Wharfdulo 
Maid, and 4 to 1 agst Jackin-thH-Corncr. Won by 
halt' u neck. Run in 4 mi. 88 scp. 

Grand Stand Slal:ee '.f 60/. ; for S and S yr olds. 
Ued House in. 
Mark Taplev, bv The Hydra, S yrs, 

Ost 3lb ^incl. 8'lb extra) - Ca: twright I 



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Timolby, 3 vr«, 8»t fllb - - Longstaff « 

Torde»IIlai, 3 yri, 8.1 9lb - Ten»vl«'inHn ^ 

Emma (h. b.)' 8 irn. 8.1 lllb - S>J'P '"/d 

Leonida»,8yw.8.l9lb - \»^. Ont.! 

Tower, 8 vr»,8»t9lb - - ^ !>«"» " 

» to 4 ag»l Mark TapJev, 8 to 1 agit TordenllHs. 
7 to a agst Timoiby.-nnd 5 to 1 a^st Uonidu«. SV on 
by a length ; ihe tame between iccond and tbird ; 
Leonidas fuurtb. Bun ia 1 mi. 16 sec. 

Municipal Stakei of 401. ; St. Lege r Co. 
Peasant Girl, by The Major, 4yri, 7« Ub Kcegan 1 
TiMfory, 4yr«,flttl8lb - - Arnold 8 

Lodona, 8 yr«, Ssi 101b (Inol lib ov«t) Osborne 8 
Billy-from.Brisg,«yr«, 8rtl8lb Templeman 4 
7to4 Bg»t Peas.ntGirl, and i to I aj>«t eHch of 
the otherK. Won by a length ; the lame between 
second and third. Run In 3 mu 36 ace. Tho winner 
wa« told by auction for SOL 

SkegUtd and Rotherham Stakei of 108l. ; 1 mi. 
Ellxa Middleton, by Bay Middleton, 8 yr«. 

flstSib ... Cliiltmao 1 

Oibaldetton, 8 yru. 6sl I2!b - , B|i»ham 8 

Luxor, 6 yrs. 8st 4lb - - Ji-nUmsoa 

Didiburv, 4 yrs. 8»t - • W. OhIbs 

Patrlclc,'4 yn. 7»t lalb - ."o*'-,' « 

Ellen, S yr», 7st - - -, „**./1P'"' S 

Scarborough. 8 vr», 6»t 121b \t aiiefle d, jun. 
KlUor Cure,3>r*, 6«l«lb • Churlion 

Br. f. by Touch-tone— Lady Emily, 8 yra. 

fist IS b - - - Osborne 

a to I each ag«t Did^bnry and O«bald«'«ton, 4 to 1 
agst Kill or Cure, and ft to I ag#t F.li/a Mlddl«'ton. 
Won by a length ; tlie same beiM-et-n Osbaldes(on 
and the Lady Emily f. ; Ellen fourtli. Kufl in I mi. 
4Si«C. 

FRIDAY.— T/w Optional StlUng Stakuot 5<M. ; I mi. 
Theory, by Tbe«n. 4 yrs, 8st ■ Cartwright 1 

Scaiborough, 8 yr*, flsi 12lb| Wakefield, jun. 2 
Mactc Wand, 3 yrs, 8«l - - Cbar.lon 3 

Jane Eyre, 4 yrs. 7st lllb - - „ Burke 

Preseui. 4jrs,88l8lb - - P."";^'™ J 

Sir Ph.lip, 8 yrs. 78t 81b - - G.Oaie. 

C-iliforniH, 3 yrs. «8t 81b - Wilbcrforce 

Ch. c bv William le Gros, d. by Valparaiso. 

8 yrs, 'est 61b - - -Saunders 

Br f. by Touchstone-Lady Emily, 8 yrs. 

«,t3lb - - - - Osborne 

The Monk. 6 yrs. Sat lllb - Elkiiigion 

Pioneer, RRt•d,9^t Sib - ' Moo.housa 

8 to I «g->t Present, 4 to I agst Lady Em ly filly, 
5 to I etcti Bgsi M.igic Wand and Theory, M ..n by 
two lengths. The w.nner wan sold by auction ior 
4St. Bun in 1 mi. 46 sec. 

The Dnneaiter Handicap of BIO/. ; St Legi^r Co. 
KingHal.br Jereed,<yrs,7»taib T. Mirsofl I 
Tiino 
Priest eaa. 



KinaHal,br Jereed,<yrs,7»taib T. Mirsofl I 

ri.nothy,8yrs.»st8,b - - OsWne S 

Priestess, 4 jis.Bsi 21b - Cnrtwrig'tt 8 

Kv,r. closure, 6 yrs. 8st 7lb - Temph-man 



AndaiuKian, 4 st*. 8>.t ilb 
Ladr-l-am-off 5 yrs, 7st alb 
Good (iir , 5 vr-«, 7>«t I lb 
Oid.bury. 4yrh, 7»t 111. - 
Dulcamara, ft yrs, 7si I'b 



Long taff 

Bubh.iin 

J. Arnold 

G. Gilt s 

D>aa 



L .ura, a yrs, 5st lolh (c ifr. Sst l«lh) Charlf.n 
ft to a agst Pri.8ie«s, ftlo 8 agst Didsbury, a t) 1 
HSsi Foreclosure, 5 to I ea. h a.,'Si Timothy and 
AnJalusian. Won by a leniftli : a nrcW between 
ilie second and third. Run in 8 mi. tft Si c. 

Innkepert' Puree of 17'- '. i »»! 
Ilonce.bv Hampton, aged - J. Smith 1 

Hodmitn.ft vrs - - -J.Etehes 8 

llinda, at-ed - - Winietbottom 3 

Mi«H Kltiy, 4yrs . m - ^^"':?* S 

Emm. (h.b.), ayrs - - „ J-IJ;* 

PcHCxck. ft yrs . - - Ilnmhle 

Gilbert, aged - - • J. Bowman 

<;et-Hwav.a;;ed - - - Harrison 

Ga.-lad. a^ed - - - C. Leilgir 

6 to 4 agsi Emma, 8 t» 1 ajrst Hint' a, 4 t<> I agst 
Gilbert: any o^ds agst the winner. Won in a 
«*jknteT, Bedinan bealin*: Hinda by a neck. 1 h.! 
winner wu sold for 33 guineas. Bun m mi »2 a«c, 



Scurry )7(iit-/{cap of 441. ; Red Home in. 
Osbalde.ion, by The Sad^'er, 8 yrs, 

e<>t 131b ... Basham I 

PeasantGirl, 4yrB, 8Bt eib .- P. Marion t 

Ki.l-or Cure. 3 yrs. 6st - - Ch.rlioii 3 

Bird Iciller, 6yrs, 8,.t7lb - Templeman 

Harlestune, 4 yrs, 8sl Sib - - Longsta.l' U 

Panny, aged, 6st - - J. Arnold 

Ellen,d yrs, flstBIb - - MetcallV <i 

Toide-illas, 8 yrs, 7st £lb Wakefield. Jun. o 

Lrnntdas, * yrs. ftat lOIb • - Osborne f 11 

8 to 1 agst Osbaldeston. 3 to l egst RiU-or-Cu >. 
4 to 1 agst Leonldas. and 5 lo I agst Peasant Girl. 
Won by haif a length ; llarlestone was tourth, ior- 
destllas filth. Run in 1 uA. 17 see. 

WARWICK AND LEAMINGTON SPRING. 

TUESDAY, March \9.—Sewrry Slake* of 8Si. i 
T.YC. 
Jaok-ef all-Trades, 5 yrs, ixst - Mr Caldwell 1 
Venture, S jrs. l&»t - - Capt Little i 

Svrup, 4yrs, 19*t ' - - Mr Brooke S 

Catch me-who ran. ISst " - CaptBroadUy ^ 

Even on Venture, -aqd i lo 8 ag.t Symp. M ft 
by a bend ; a length between the second and Itihil. 
Run in I mln. 87 sec.- 

T^ial Stakee of 1701 : 1 mL 
Alonio, by Alpheus, 3 yrs, 6.t l8Ib - W. Sharpe J 
Mark T«»»)ley, ays, 7«t - - Arn.Id i 

IhfKnIgh. of Gwynne, 8yrs,7»t :>Mn 4 

Warwick. 3 yrs, 0st I2lb - - H. ET.in> 

E cho, 8 yrs, est Ulb - • J Etuo- 

0>balde8ton. 8 yrs. 7«t - - Basham o 

Woodsp;ite, 3 vrs. 69t 121b - G. Sharp 

Brennus, a vrs, est l«lb - • G. Dates U 

Torpoi,3 vrs, 6.-t I2lb - - Goocli 6 

ft to 8 agst M.TapIey, 8 to 1 ajrst K. of Gwynne, 

7 to 2 Bgsl Torpor, 6 to 1 agst Oshaldeston, a d 

8 to I agst Alonzo. Won by a head ; half a Un tli 
between the serond and third ; Bicnu«i « bad 
fottitli. Bon in 1 min. 40 sec. 

WUlM-^^y Bandir.ap of 130/.; 8 mi. 
Fugitive, by Post, a^ed, lost 91b • Capt Little I 
Bai-trap. aged, list 71b Mr C C. Brooke t 

Anda a-ian, 4 yrs. lOst 71b Mr OsbaIdest..n 3 

Yard arm, aged. lOsi lllb - Mr Davenport 4 

7 to 4 agst Fu-^itiTe, ana ft to 8 agst Bat«trap. 
Won by a lenglli; a bud third. -Buu in 8 miu. 
56 sec. 

Free Randieap of SO/. ; 1 ml. 
Doubt, by Gladiator, 4 yrs, 7st 3lb ^incl. 

ftibex.) - - - W. Shurpe 1 

Dodlliy. 4yrs,6«i9lb - - Thiow < 

Co^achia, 5 yrs, 8si 7lb - Whitehoaie 3 

Kathniines, 6yr*, 8»t Ilb - - _ Pearl 

New Fore« Deer, nged, 7»t 131b Wakefield 

Eunuch, 3 yrs. 6!«t lib - - Knott 

a to 1 agot D'lUbi, 8 to I flg-t Rathmines, 4 t<> 1 
agst Docility. 5 to I ag^t Eunuch, and ft to 1 ngsi 
Cos>ichia. Won by a head ; a neck between stN-ond 
and third; Hathmines a bad fourth. Run iti 1 min. 

Jbrmers flate of 50/, ; 8 mi. 
Faxe'ey (h.b.), bj I'amworth, "gedt , _, 

l2-t lOlb - - - Mr Wood 1 I 

Jerry {U. b.), aged, ISst - Mr W. Cooper t i 
CU. a. by Kedshans— Logic's d. 

(h. b.y,4yrs. llHt - ^, Mr Savin 4 3 

Shepherdess th b.), 5 yr-, 1 1st Tib Mr Ivons 2 
Lltt.e.Itnnv. «y». I2st ;lb - MrH. Bdl 8 
Tlie Crkket (h. b ), 4 yrs, 

list - - Mr H. Boddngton 6 

Wood and Mary (h. b.). 5 yrs, 

Ust/lb - - Mr J. Burscll 7 6 

Botli heats won in a canter. 

WEDNESDAY.— De6<*a> Slakei of 65/. ; 2 m«. 
Cantawny, lute Homoeopathy (h. b.), 

Il8t7lb . - - Mr ElWM I 

Fu!{lem:in (h. b.1. n^^ed, list iSlb Mr Itavenpnrt £ 

Counsel (h b ), 6 yrs, list 7 lb - C:.pl Litl'e 3 

The Ptopiict. a^ed. l^Sst • Mr Deunistoon 4 

Ctiance (It. b.), 6 yrs, list Jib Mr C. C Brooke » 

Ozicr, aged, IM - • Mr C. Arkwngiit « i 



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6 to 4 on FUgltmao, 8 to I Agst CoonMllor. and 
7 to S Mg»t Cavtaway. Won by ha'f a lvii<;tb i a 



bad third. Bua ha 4 min. fi sec. 

wij»ofi 

Christiana, by Oalipoli. 4 jiu, 7>t S'b 



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Thick 1 
MimJuHn, 4yn.6atlllb - - Neale t 

S»*luie, Syr*. fiat lllb - - • Suhin » 

Sbropiihira Wiicb,5yr%8tt7Ib - Breoket 
KMthmines, 6 yr», Sst lib • • Pearl 

Caulifloirer, 3yn,7at 7lb • - Eacatt 

i^nd.iluftian, 4 yrs, 7*t Olb • Bii«b'»m 

Sarah Syket, aged, 7«t 81b - • Cruuib 

Diligence, 8 yn, 6»t 01b • G.Shnrp 

Eunucit, 8 yrs, 0»t 61b • • Arnold 

WHFvi' k, 8 yr«, ».t Sib - W. Sh.«rpe 

Second-hand, 8 yra, 6st 8lb • Knott 

8 to 1 agat Andaluaian, 5 to 1 ai*«t Eunuch, 
6 to 1 each agtt Rathmlnen, rhrittiana, and Cauli- 
flower, and 8 to 1 M^at Salute. Won hj n neck ; 
the same between second aii«l third ; D U-'ence a 
^ood fourth : Andalusian fifth, w«U up. Uuii in 
1 min. 84Me. 

Two Y-ar Oil Slaka of 100/. ; 4 fur. 
Louis Napi>Uon, by Lanercost, 8si 7lb Prince 1 
Briiunnia. 8»t 41b - . Wak Held fi 

I.eap-year, Sut 7lb • - - Marlow 

B inker, 8.-t rib - - Cartwri^ht 

The Calculator (Into 6. O.), Set 7Ib Denmnn 
Wiii^per, 8»t 7lb - - - Flat man 

The Pari ridge, 8rt 71b - - WintringhHm 

loD'he. 8>t 4ll> . . • Ibick 

Stafford. 8»t7lb • - Wbttebouse 

r <ii>>ri. 8«t4!b ... Tastier 
Hizy 8st4lb - - - - Templeman 
Ijaitdrooo, Rtn 4lb - • J. Sharp 

Betiufort. 8tt 7lb • - • Pearl 

4 io I ags Wiiispor, 6 to I agst L. Napoleon, Q to 1 
ag»t St <ff rd, 8 to I a^st Beaufort, 7 to 1 a;;«l Qua- 
tlruon, 7 to 1 agst Partridge, and 10 to 1 agHt 
Briiannla. Won or half a length ; a neck betu-<^en 
Brit'innia and Partridge ; Quadroon a good fuurth ; 
lanthe fifth, and Stafford »ixlh. Run in 1 min. 
S sec. 

Oreat Jfaiwiekahtre Handicap ofSOO'. ; C ml. 
Ballin«iad, bv Harkawuy, «yn, 8at7lb H. Bell I 
Keteshea. aged, 7"! 7Ib - Evans 2 

D^aiilter, 5yrs, 8st > - Flatman 8 

I'he Dart, ngcd, 8>t 6lb- > Wbiiehouse 4 

Eaole*it Plunne. 5 Tr*, 7"! 9Ib - Wakefield 5 

& jLo% ag»t DcCiult r, 10 lo 8 agst Bnlllnnftid, 
4 to 1 «i:a( The Dart, 4 to 1 agst Keics ei, and 
e to 1 aK«t Eagle's Plume. Woo by a length ; Do- 
f:i.ulter was a good third, the others beaten uff. Bun 
in • inia. 40 kc. 

Swter>»tnkei of 9.V.; 1 ml. 
Cotton Lord, by Stockport, 4 yr», 8^t 8)b 



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Whitehoiine 

Win! rin :liam 

J. Shiirp 

- Marlow 

SHbin 

W. Sharpe 

YatCH 

Cartwri|>hi 

Arnold 

• C'lO'irh 

T'.sker 

Knott 

Wakcrtfld 



Hnfdee, ngcd, 8st 81b 

paquita 4yra. 8*t > 

Conjuror, aged, S*t 81 b 

Coiintesa. 8 ?r«, 6et 4lb • 

>i :ncliiif-maker, b ym, 8iit91b 

SvTiip, 4 yrs, 7st Itib > 

MaliM'^-Hh, 8 yrs, 6>>t 4°b 

I,a MHihenreu-e, 3 vrs. 8st71b 
Theory 4 yrs, Osi 81b 
]r„nMCh. 8 yr«,Os« 4lb - 
R;itin Hoi%a, a yr», «•' Olb 
F(»ri vliill, i vrs 8" 41b - 
Sero'nd hand, «yr>, fl»t 4lb - 
Cai»»"'n ''■'■•'■.*'•* y^*' 8«t 

to 4 agst Cotton Lord, 8 to I act Mi-ohief- 
tri-<k. -r. and 7 to 1 each ac«t Mnh mc-a)* and 
C<mnte«a. Won by a length, Hii'd'c beating S^m 
Hftod 1>V a neck; Chptain Phttj f.nrh, nnil Pa- 
oiiTt« fif^'h. Tune 1 min. 49 see. The winner wiis 
»L»l«i by auction aaer the ncc- f.r loii^f. 

CATTERICK BRIDGE. 

MONDAY, Aprtt l.-Brough Staktto(70ll 
1 mi. 4 fur. 

Tcm-'lemjin I 

B(r.>.y £ 

. G.Ab<lHle 8 

Cartv light 



Castanet te, 4 yrs ' 



«^i.y. T>y The Doctor. 4 y^s 
Voreclo-ure.O yrs _ - 



j-orecio-". 



Maia of Ma*l.ain, 5 yrs 



J. MarsoD I' 
_ . . Basham u 

_iven on Rabr. 3 to S agsi Seii;nor of Holdcrne », 
and 4 to 1 agst Maid of Masham. Won by a len^jtl. 
half aneck Detween sevoad andthlidj Castuncti- 
a good fourth. 

!%« Shoru of TW. i for « yr olds ; 3 far. 134 yds. 
England's Glory, by Clarion or Emilius, 

8st7lb ... Wintringbam I 
The Leading-article, 8st 4Tb - J. M arson y 

Gu irdiiman. Sat 71b - • - Fenn a 

Heirloom, 8st 41b - - Prince i, 

B. c. bv Triieb->y— Parasina,8st 71b Templeman i> 
Unity, i9st 4lb > - Loogstufl r; 

8 to I ag»t Encland's Glory. 8 to 1 agst Ur. tv. 
8 to 1 'agat The Leading-article, and 4 to 1 a^-s: 
Heirloom. W^^n by a length ; a head between tv- 
cond and third ; Unity fuurth. 

Ftf/y Stake* of M., for 8 yr oMs ; I mi. 4 fur. 
Ladr Eden, by Auckland, Sititlb G. AbdHle i 
Gardena, 8.t aib • • J. Maraon t 

French Suay, Sst 3lh - - Tomp'emno b 

The Squire a Daiigliter, BU 81b Holmes 4 

3 to 4 agat F. Susy, M to 1 agst L. Eden, and 7 t«> 
1 agst The Souire^ Daughter. Won byaUngth 
and a half i a liead between aecond an J third. 

Revival Handltap of 8I0I. ; S mi. 
Glen Saddel. by Si. Martin, 3 yrs, yu lOlb 

Caitxvright 1 
Fleur de Seine. 5 yrs. 6st 31b • Charltoa t 
Ahbot of Means. 4 yri, 7at 81b - Btsham » 

Uriel. 4 yra.H«7)b . - Simpson 

AIn. 4yra, 7»t41b - - - T. Lye 

Billv Brown, 4 rrs, 6»t 01b - Arnold u 

8 to I agat Glen Saddcl, 5 to S af;st Alp, 4 to I 
a-;st Uriel, and 3 to 1 ai^st Pleur de Seine. \^'on 
by a length ; a neck between second and thinl ; 
Billy Brown fourth. 
First j/iar (ffihtSetovi Stuhsf Tritnniat Staket of 

liUl., for 2 yr olds ; straight ruu in. 
Nensham, by Hetman PUtoff, Sat 71b Holmes I 
Presto, 8kt 7lb • ' - - Simpson it 

Br. c. by Trneboy— Lady Paramount, 

8at7lb - - • Crirtwripht 8 

Heirloom, Pst 81b - - - Prince 4 

Even on Nensham, S to 1 agst Prrsto, and 8 to 1 
agat the Lady Paramount colt. Won by a neck ; a 
moderate tliird. 
Second iitar of the Fint Eaxhy Triennial Staku of 
\SOl., for 8 yr olds. 
The Italian by Touchntune, Teinpleman,walked over 
T V ESDA V.—Sntridation Plate of 83/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Aiid:ilualan, by Liverpool J unior, 4 yr* 

7»tl3lb - - - Loni;stnff' 1 

Poieclosure, Oyrs. SstlUb • Templeman 8 

G>irdenia. 8 yrs, 3»t 181b • Arnold » 

Goldfinch, 8 yrs, 6st 81b • Wakefield, jun. U 

Hiliv Brown, 4yrs. 7atOlb - T. Lye V 

Fe'.ham, 4 yrs, 7>'t 91b - • B i^hnm U 

Snowdrift, 8 yrs, Ost 8lb - Oahorne. jun. o 

8 to 1 ag«t FoieclOHiire. 8 to I a^st /tnd-iln-ian. 
4 10 1 agat Pelham, 3 to I each ag^i Hilly Bro-ii 
a-^d Gnrdenia. nU'l 7 ti> 1 agxt Snnadnlt. Won bv 
t o len.?t))» , a len^tli between second and third } 
Snowdriit lost start. 

C{'iri>t Siakn of 3t{., for 8 yr olds : 8 mi. 
Cantnb. bv The Doctor, 8at Tib - J. Marson I 
S»*itm>r of Holderni'is, 8-t7ib Wintrlnghnm X 
La.ly Eden, 8«t 81b - - O. Ahdale U 

6 to 4 uii Cnntab, and 8 to 1 agtt Seignor of Hol- 
derneKS. Won by four lengths. 

Ta'ly h(t Hnndie-'n of 80(. ; t»lc«> ro. and a dis. 
Flfur ic Seine, by Volt>iire, 5 ya. 

Ifst Sin - - ftir W. Harland I 

:.ndv-l-am-off. ."k rra, lit Tib - Mr Kiwon 8 

The M.ifn<n. n-ed, llht 7lb Cayit Lnndstone U 

E%en on Tht* MHgn t, and tu 4 agst Kleur ile 
Seine. Won by three lenglliK. 

Ch'>fnna .Tie fitak^-e of 50/ . f >r 2 yr old.'; 8 fur. 
Bru. to Kller.iale, by Lmo rcot-t - walked ov> r 

Oold Cup Stnltf$ of 48! ; 8 m-. 
French ^my. by Ch-irle XII., 8 yrs - Arnold | 
Maid 01 1\ am Val «y, 4 y ft • • T. Waller * 



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Vv^onl S^Y, « to 1 tg-t M.W of Team Va\. 
toy uSi Jti I ilgi Langton Won by two Icngih.. 

Senior Slake, of 40i.. for 8 yr old. : I "'{.^^J";-, 
Tbeltulian - Templeman v^alkedover 

SOUTHDOWN (LEWES). 
MONDAY. April l -Sn>eep,taka» of t9l. ; New Co. 
Clansman, bj Rockingham, aged. ^^^^^^^^ ^ 

widne^y.nt7lb . ^'^^^^;'^Z 8 

V*rtumnu*,aged,l«»t *"^ MrCarthew 4 

6,r Talion, aged. n«i 7?b - Mt Carl new 

Won by half a length. 

Sxeeepiiakee ofSll. ; 1 mL 

"■^taTjilr^'':*^' ''"'-' '"'Mr John«,« t 1 J 
BrUiJiCon.ul,4yr», list 71b Mr Cameron I S « 
Singl«Pccp.r.aged.im7lb^^^^.^^„^ 3 3 8 

Utttle,,3yn.l2.t MrT. Brown, jun. 4 4 dr 

' 'Each heat won by two length*. 

Sw«prfakM of 18/. ; 4 fur. 
The Pride of Eden, by Laun- oil 

celot.Syr..l«*t - T.Brown. Jan. « J 1 
Sir Robert Sloper, 9 yr«. 18«t ! . ^„ a a S 

The YaUer Gal. 4 yr*. net 7lb Mr Johnson 8 8 8 
I.ucyNeal.aged, INt7lb - _-.,„„ o dr I 

Clansmnn. aged, l<«t Mr Cameron or 

s!r^'utton,4ed:il.t7lb. - M' ^arO'.'^lSd heat 

First and^cond heais won by a neck ; third heat 
by two lengths. 

NORTHAMPTON^AND PYTCHLEY 

WEDNESDAY, A^rH 8.-Vrfal Stakee of ISO*. ; 

1 mile. 

CoUlnKWOod. by Sheet Anchor. .g«i. ^^^^^^^ ^ 

G?.dii?e%Tr..«".t - . 0-^"VelU I 

TheMonk. Myr8.6st - • ««»'" * 

^;';iKai.;?wo?d. a«d;to i ag.; ^A- 

ley. Won by a length ; a neck between -^"d aod 
third I and a head between the thud and fb.irtb , 
1 mi. 65 »ec- 
Harhtlone Produee Stakee of SOOl., for 8 yr olds ; 
1 miU'. 
Clelia, by The Provost. 8Bi lib - Gorman 1 
The Bee-hunter. 8«t4lb - ^K^at I 

U. f. by Nutwith-Agnes,8»t lib - .,^*"\' ° 

7 to I on Bt-e-hunter. Won by a head ; the A^'u.s 
filly a bad third ; 1 mi. 57 »ec. 

Northamptonshire Hnndiean of ISSnJ- ; 8 ml. 
Priesie*.. bv The Doctor, 4 yrs. e.t iO'b Arnold 1 
Chantrey.4yrs.«.tialb • t-hnr on « 

0.tcrley.4yr..7«t - - .»'";"" J 

WanotH,6yrs,8st7lb - v,S!„ « 

Halo. 6 yrs, 8si *ib - - P'"*™" 5 

Sorneo 4 vrn 8«t <lb - Kitchener C 

Biu!nHiad!":^r^V8tl«b (inc. Mb ex.) Wh..ehouse 



Open Smkei of 781. ; once ro.and a dia. 
The Iron Crown, by Coronation, 6 yrs. 



P. B«ll*r I! 

- S. Rojicrs 4 
Daley 

- A.Day 
Bartholomew 

WlJitehouse 



Wentuw, 4 yrs, 7«l 6lb 

Belui, 4 vr», 7»t ftlb 

Iron-fHil, 6yr«, 7»lSlb 

Grief.4yrB, 7»t 

Mounseer, * yrs. «»t 13lb 

Topnana, 5 yri«. 6s; lalb 

Velox, 4yri»,6*t lllb 

Fius IX-, 5 yrs, est lllb 

Miihraiia. 4 vrs, Sst I lib < 

Hairioll,3 yrs. b»i lOlb 

Musician, 8 yrs, 4»tl«lb 

Bastinado, 8 yrs, 4st tlb - - "•*« 

7 to 8 agstOslerlcy, « to 1 agst Mounseer. - - - 
ag^t Uaulfuitaa, 7 «o I a^st Belus. » to I »pl <;h«^^. 
tr%, 10 to I as-t ilar.lo.t. 14 to >««;'. 1^"»'",^^J 
« to I ngst U.ilo. iO lo I .ig»l Mu.ician, 4« lo 1 a^»t 
Prie^tes.. oud 1. 000 to 15 agst MahratUi ^\ o n 
by a length : a bed between second and third , 
Halo a bad fourth; Tophana and Mounset-r next ; 
gilinaW iventh. Jd Grief eighth ;Wanota. 
Belus, Iroft.ittU, and Mahralta. beaten off. » »«»• 



Bn«luiin 

- Pcltit 
Dockeiay 
. Crouch 

Kcdney 

G. Shiirpe 

G. Oiiies 

H. Marswn 

Collins 

W. Siiar; e 

- We.ls 
Steggles 



lOst liib - ^,. 
Watchdog, fl yrs, list aih 
Dover, a yrs. lOst I8lb - 
Sponge. 5 yrs. lOst li»b 
Telegraph, 5 yrs, lOst Ijlb 

""rr'a"^? D?vel!3 t?i apt watchdog. 8 to lagst 

Te^^raplfand 5^0 I agst ^on Crowru Won hy a 

bSd ; Dover a bad thlr^. 3 min. 24 sec. 

Oussn's Ptate of l05i. ; S mi. 

|anDleman^4J..»st8lb - . ^ A- "'J J 

„y other. Won bv two lengths. J "«»•■• f^' 

krmer.' and Tradennen^s C.p of 50/. ; tf^ *;«>• 
I Little Hous-hton. aged, list lllb - _ l^grj^bJ J 

?bfLi??o;^r!^^^^^^^^^^^ We-JejO 

M.rla Day. aged, list lllb - Lebua v 

Chlrn-by T^iJ^rth-Lawyer's dam. 5 yrs,^ .^^ ^ 

F. bJ^Ridshank. 4'yr.. lOstVlb - CowlTdl! 

'?^rr^ti;;'.\!:;;.br-ni\rS 

21 sec. 

THURSDAY.-Tof'^W.oHo»dfcop of 441.; 8m»- 
LeglKla.or (h. h.). b, l-^pirus. 6 yr^^^^^ ^^^^^ , 
The LlJtFotelter. aged, list 7lh Capt L.tile « 
e to 4 on LeglslatoT. Won by a length and a half. 
4 min 85 bee. 

PytMry Slake, of 150t., ^f » Jf °^f* ' * "»• 
Conrp'(:.s.?yTonch.tom..BstUlb 0-«.p,^,„.„ , 

Impression, »»» »'» Prince 4 

"5 to i" aS^rilSr^St. 3 to I each «cst Cu„>pa« ««[ 
/M.- «nd take 4 to 1 agst K. ot Gwynne, and 4 to 1 
**' . TmJrSsion WonTy a lensth «ud a half; bslf 
:'\;U"h^be"iS«i th^ seLnd and ll.ird ; Harriot 
a bad fourth. I min. 57 "ec 

'^:^£"; ,'.^«'yr - B«.h0lon,„ J 

«, l,...,.lr.,W10«> - P«"l » 

«:,:,,,:,,i„4.Wd-E8.,ll.._.jr., p^^._, 

^e ■ ' • Kitihcner 
Wmingham. 4 yrs, 6«t 9lb . 
Harum-hCHrum, 4yrs, 6st 8lb 

Gliidlolp, 3 vrs. 6..t Bib - ■Ariofd* 

The Uecluse. 3 yrs, fst 6lb - ^ Arn^ia • 

Fquiria, 3 yrs, est 4lb - " ^"""'l^" [ 

l/!.jnpl.re,.,ay_r..Mt^l2,b _ - p,,„»r..J 



. llodnev 
Collin* 
Osborne, jua 



nillgonce, 3 yrs. 5*t Uilb - . 

the Cob well up. 1 min. 47 sec. , 
The Althorp Park Stak^'oT 8lW.. ft.r 2 yr o'.ds; j 

Payment, by Slane. 8st ilb ' B»'^»^«>l''";f.'; | 

Prestipe.f.s»4lb - - " F liuvW 

Buckbou..d,8.t7lb - • ^rracb 

1 Uap-jew, 8$t7lb • • _' Cr "^"^ 



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Fienw i}*Toache, 8st 71b 
The Mitre, 8.t-i4b - 
Forlo n Hope, 6»t 41b - 
Cataipa, Sat 4lb 
ivia, 8at4lb 



Prince 

Abmhams 

• Sir 

- FlatniMh 

S. Kogers 



11 to 10 ag«t Buckhound, 4 to 1 ant Trestiu'e. 
S to 1 a;;i»t Olivia, 7 to I ag-«t Pierre deToUihe, and 
8 (o 1 agst Pavment, Wou hj three length^ ; 
half a length between aecox^ und ihird ; the others 
bi-aten off. 44 sec. 

Nortbamptmthirf Cup Staka of llOf . j twice ro. 

Bnubt. br Gladiator, 4 jr*. 8lt 7lb WhiiehouM 1 

Watchdog, « vm. »»t lOlb r - Rogers 3 

« to 4 on Doubt, Won hj four length*. 5 min. 

55 sec. 

HanHertp Swfjatakn of 11.V. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Salute, by Gladiator. 3 vn, 36t 81b - Hiett 1 
Cosarhia, 6 yrs. 7«t lOlb - - Whltehouse S 

Van Diemnn, 4 7rs, 7st 4lb - - Ko Inej S 

Evt-n on CoaacbiR. and 5 to t each ogst the 
' othera Won by a neck; Van Dieman beaten off. 
S min. 17 sec. 

ABERGAVENNY. 

THURSDAY, April ^.—MotmunUluildn StaJut of 

7M. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 

HnTf-and half, Hijed - - - I I 

Gamecock (h.b). 4 jrs - - 10 

Breach t>f-promiM (h. b), » yrs - - g 

Brother to Cupid, 4 jrrt - « 2 8 

CockMrd. Syrs - - -880 

X«dT-day (h. b.1, 4yrs - - 8 

Mnd^Gray. eym - • -000 

AndroRcos (bro. toFernhil1),4yr8 - 

Matelutil., list 7lb ench; 1 mi.->Wh(te-jacket, 

a^ed. beat Little Tulfy, 5 yn. 

F RID AY. —Lkmdilo SeUing Stakti of 5U. ; 1 ml. 
M;«»ter Downes.aged . - 81y,Jun. I i 

Ariadne, 8 yvs - - - 8 2 

Carbuncle, 4 yr* - • -SO 

Mortwl (h T>.) - - - 

Lrefiaragvd - - • 

The Streamer (h. b.). 5 jn • -00 

0-«renny, 5 yrs - - - 

Kaliybar, aged - - - • dis 

Hurdle Sweep of 60(. ; S mi. 
CSfbletH (!nl« Sportsman), aged, list • - 1 

Baf larina {la.te Kaie), Syrs, list • •• 2 

Tuiderbox (h.b.),e yrs, list - - - 8 

THE HOO. 
SATURDAY, AprU e.^Claret Slakee. 
rpfie Blvd ot Paradise, by Gilbert Ourney, 

^ yr» - - Walked 0T«r 

Farnurs* Plate of 40/. ; once ro. 
GRTTiTWon. UstlOlb - - Beal* 1 1 

Kf>solui«» lOsi lOlb - Mr How S 

rpTov, list 51b • • Mr Bevill 8 3 

BraiVipton, lOst - • NiKhtimrale 8 

Tlie J^e^. "" ^l** • - Mr Piatt 5 

Tfae Baron, lCst5lb • Mr Crawley 

Sofnaway. lOrtUlb - W.Coleman 

x£e WKCh, ISstrib - Ld Strath more 4 dr 

Exquisite, lOst 5lo - - Mr Elwes dr 

'^Ttie first heat was won by two lengths, the second 
!,« a lisnuth- 

' Huntere' Stake* of 60L 

-H,_ TKr^onrencT - - Ld Strathmore I 

?llf*lerell»» - - - CaptLi.Ue 2 

Pi«Vi.m*n (»•'• Th« «•»«»') M* D. Radcliffe 
nf «r t^Bruiandorf - Mr Crawley 

.«f&»f f or Open Wmterf Stakn of 051. ; onoe ro. 

f'.'tnS'r - - MrHobson 2 

^2i^fl«i/ - - Mr C. Brooke. 8 

Choodoo* ^ ^ _ Capi Little 5 

:barJty Won in a canter. 

€r.^^~rtf Stakn of «W., list 71b each ; 4 fur. 

^nflrnJaJd - - - Mr Hobson 1 

^""^I'a^t-r Fright) - Capt L.lile 2 

fc«"^SY.a»« - - . MrElwe* 3 

%to^^' ' • MrBevme 



The Ocean • <• Mr C. Brooke 

Whirligig - - . Cnpt Pettat 

The Witch - • Ld Strathmore 

Bustle - - - Mr Crawler 

Little John - - Capt Thornhill 

;Won in a canter. 

"Beaten Hortee Plnle of 101. ; 4 fur. 

The Witch. iS-^t lOlb - - Mr Prime 1 

Brampton. I0»t 81b - • Nl$;iitingide 2 

Resoliite, ISst - - LdStraihmoro 8 

Paddy, lOtt • - Bcale 4 

Won by a length. 

CROXTON PARK. 
TUESDAY, April 9.— TAe Parmer»' Plate of 50/. > 

2mL 
Granby, 6 vrs - - Mafrer Oil 

MissWhitefoot,5yTB - - Marriott 10 

iilidaight, 4yrs • • T. Hilton 2 2 

The Cull, 5 yrs - - Merry 8 8 S ' 

Pyrrhus the Second, 5 yrs • KlHck 4 

Tim Bobbin, 4 yrs - - Pilgrim 

(jatmos. 5 yn - - Webster 

Oyster Girl, aged - - Vincent 

Protection, aged • - iHinton 

Viceroy, 4 rrs - • Briggs 

Reil Doe. 4yrs - <• Coy dis 

Alfred the Great, yrs - Parkins ois 

iiosabella, 4 yrs • Bricklow dis 

Jenny l.ind, 6 yr* - • llou^jhton dr 

Wait-a-wiiile. 4 yrs - W. Hilton dr 

K. f. by Sheik, 4 yrs - - Rouse dr 

Kitty, 6 yrs - - Goodnir din 

Cropwell, 5 yr* • - Peaton dis 

Won easy. 
Belooir Caelle Stakee of 855/. ; I mi. 
Penang. by Batan, 8st > Bartholomew 1 

Confidence, 8ht 41b » • A. Duy 8 

Shilmalier We't,85t • - Tasker 8 

The Castle, est 41b • - Whltehouse 4 

5 to 2 on Penang. Won by three parts of a length ; 
a bad third. 

Scarry Stakee of 45/. ; 4 fiir. 
The Fiddler, by Charles XII.. 5 yrs, list 

5Ib - - - - Mr White I 

Lucy Neal, 9 yrs, list 5lb • Ld Wilton 8 

Planet, 6 yx«. list 51b . Mr C. Brooke 8 

Even on Planet. Won by three lengtlis. 

Oranby Handicap of 4i5/. : 1 mi. 4 fur. 

Backbiter, by Gladiator, 5 yrs, iOst 

mh - - - Ld Wilton I 

Barton Lasa. 5 yrs, IOst lib Capt Little 8 

Chorister. 5 yrs, lost lOlb • MrScobell 8 

Jon -o' -Sot, 6 yrs. list 81b Mr OHbaldeston 4 

Lad/ Hylda.e yrs, list 7ib - Mr Brooke 

Alp. 4yrii, llst214> - - Mr White 

Magnet, aged. IOst 01b • Capt Loadstone 

B. in. by Normanbr, 6 yrs, IOst 71b Mr Elwcs 

fl to 4 agst Backb^, 5 to 1 each a'.'Kt Ladr Hylda 
and Chorister, and 8 to 1 agst Joc-o'-Sot. Won by 
a length. 

Match, 50/.; Granby Co.-B. g. by Slelght-of- 
Hand, 4 yrit, I let (Ld Wilton), bent lavnnnHh, aged, 
list 7ib CMr White), by half a length. 

Match , 4 mi.— The Knight of RrcconKill Hate 
Snuffbox), 5 yrs, IOst, reed. £5 ft. from Bandbox, 
aged, IOst lilb. 

WEDNESDAY.— Farmers' Handicap of 50(.i 
once ro. 
Miss Whitefoot.Syn, list - Mr F.Iwe* 1 1 
Midnight. 4 yrs, list 71b - Mr White 8 8 

C.itmofl. 5 yrs, list - • Mr Noel 8 

Tim Bobbin. 4 yrs, list - Mr Parkvna dx 

The Cull, 5 yrs, list 71b • Ld Cardross dia 

Both heats won easy. 

Billftdon Copl-ne (Handicap) of 90/. ; once ro. 
B. g. by Sleight-ofHand, 4yrB, list Ld Wiltun 1 
King James, aged, list 51b - Mr Bromley 2 
The Paymaster, aged, lut ISIb Mi Noel 8 

to 4 en Paymaster. Won by a length. 
Go/dCkpof 1-iS/.; Smi. 
Mrs. Taft. by Don John, 3 yrs, list Ld Wilton 1 
Lady Hylda, d yrs, list 91b Mr Brooke t 

8 to 1 on Mrs. Taft. and after the dead beat M 6 
on her. Won by a length. ylr> 

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.„ Wilton 
Mr ^niite 



I Flrtt heat won by a neck, Ae •econd and tMid b^^ 
1 ' a length, and the fourth by a head. 
« I Storr«« Hunt Slaket of SO/. ; 4 fUr. 

»' DiliBence. by Gladiator, 8 «n, 5»i 6lb HieU 1 I 

'Effville, 4 yrs, 

J. Beard 

4iYa;sfcV<;if.uV?'w^n\V"*»Valen6*:-'" C^^^^n^Vrlj^T^^^ - Thick 

j1 Forctd Handunp of 4«. ; 1 mi. 
'7m'■.»''^"•'""*"^•'''"'M'0.baldc.tan I 
rhirliei5yr.,lI»Hfi.b - ... MrScobellS 



Maio» PMe of llW. ; 1 ml. 4 fttr. | 
Chorister, by Carew, 5 yra - Mr ScoiseU 

sagacity. « yra 
The Fiddler, 5 yra 
The Polkn, 5 yr» - 
^'oung Sultan, jra 
Papa, fi yr» 
■ :hle. 



Mr White » DiliRence. by Ulaoiator, o w, 

MrParkyni 4 Master Mnrrny. ag.d, 7it Tib 

Mr Blviei ch. g. by Epliua, d. by D'Egvi 

;;-" V««' - - - Mr Noel , 6^t 91b - - ,^ 

llnchieSvn - - Mrllrooke Clalrr.yance, 5 yra, 8.t lib 

itoTagt Sagacity. « to 1 a^it The Fiddler, and Genu ne. S yr., 7«t 6lb - 

' . . ,? /iv "?..-/ w«n bv Jialf a lencth. ChrUdana. 4 yra, 7*t 71b 



(illnch 



cnriouana, ♦ jn, /»* /i" - " rj 

Miu Nipper, 5 yr^ 7«t «lb Robt. Sherwood 
Each heat won by a length. 



DURHAM. 



list lilID - - M»9eohrfl fi UUKHMWI. 

!:«^ «?!^K V"'o.«'' ''i'' C.St'^Load.to^i J ' Titr. br St. Bennettl Tir., 7.t 8lb T. John.o- I 



«ibella,4yr8.»rt - ^''P*,^".''!'°°*„a 

?I>4ag.t Joco' 9ot.t to 1 ag.t Chorister, and 
a to I agst Normanby m. Won by a neck. 

EPSOM SPRING. ,,, , , 
THURSDAY, AvrU U.-Trial Slakei of 75l. ; 1 mL 
BuArangcr, by thistlewhipper^ 8 yrs, ^ ^^^^ ^ 

KtdghtofGwynne.8yrs.7st - Sabin £ 

Ur. c. by Sir Hercules-Dark Su^n. 

«y«..74t - - «°*''- ^t'^rr^ej ! 

Horieo.4yrs,»Ht - - /'fi™" t 

Mis- Spring 3 yrs, 7st - '^(iSliSS 

''t'S.T^t £"orGw",nne. 5 ti S as« Dark Susan 
e 4 to l^U Borneo, and .% to 1 agst Bushranger. 
Won by a head ; a bad th rd. i mln SO sec. 
Two Year Old Slak^t of 185/. : 4 fur. 
Buckhound,byUglyUuck,«st6lb 5%™"" J 
Catalp*,8st4lb - - • ^-^V^ I 

lanthe, 8st 41b - - /* *b o 

Quadroon, 8st4lb- ,^ - *nik«aTO 

ndwardofYork,8st6lb - „^?®*J«fJ^ J 

mn Pedro, est elb - ^SrieS 

.racundus,88t6lb - l., J^* ' 

' ''8.t"eS ^•"'*=*r**-^* °'"" • F. Butler 
"r«dnecUon,Pst6lb - -p,„... ' ^*'"* ® 

ij f. by Charles XII.- Queen of Cyprus^ ^ ^ 

:,nd 6 to 1 agst any other. Won by a length , Linthe 
u bad third ; l*redilection fourth. ftO sec 
J.. .r ,. - *.|of 1335/. ; 2mi. 2fur. 

U„U' ■ -. ' . ■■ ■ ■ 5yr«. 7st31b 



8 dr 



S dt 



, mcl ^Ib ex.) 
>TeHim««,4yrk>iml(^Lh 
Chwfrfett*Jn», IM- - 

II. mt ^.iflB, 4 JT^r '•! lllb 
HJiUy,4jft*?st&1b 
0,11 1 KT, 4 jra* Jsl !« h - " 

*Sfii, 4yn, at li^'b ,cnrt. 68t i3lb) 
AdA«™rr,1?i*, 1*"= l^Lb 
■..j.nimernionr, 4 jra, 8*^ olD 



Docker \j 

Cliirlton 

Collins 

S. Mann 

Cartwright 

Kitchener 

G. Brown 

Osborne- jun. 

lliett 



tT; 4.^ Cbi.tfu T to > .g.t lUby, W to I .».t 
SS?:S;'.!i'rir^.i;.ck Eagle SJ^to I a^t S^^^ 

Sn"fsf.^ ^4^;^ r si^'Jn'iiTS.Tc'ir; 

"nlVrtiTwUr;.., ;i s«d third; hu/a length .je- 
Eri, QQi*4.f, Back L^.e, and Lepldus beaten olf. 

Rai/»««y S/ofeM of flO/ ; 1 mi. 
Ch. c. by Gladialor-Khorawan's dam, 
8yrs,«st8lb - RobtShcrrwood ©fill 

Salut*. 3 yrs, 6et - „""'**" I , « i 

Peasant Girl, 4 yrs, 86t 4lb. F.Marson 8 13! 

SaaiHood,5yrs.8stl8lb Crouc-h 4 

Hadulphus.aged. Itetaib - „ ^^ * ® 5r 

Fra«c&c«n.8yrt.6st3lb P*^ J ^ 

Vice, 8 yrs, 6«t alb - Gilbert dr 



1 mi * n«r. „ , . 

Titr, by St. Bennett, 4 yrs, 7st 8lb T. Johnson 
Andalusian. 4yr.. 7.t 8lb - ^"S!\'5 S 

Lady-l nra-off;dyrs,7st - G. O iic. 5 

L^nida.. 8 yrs, »st 21b , ■ , , """••«" * 

Won by half a length. A moderate thir J. 
Maiden Platt of SOL ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Grac«.y.5m8at7lb, ^ j?**n?Ji a ? i 

I^oniuks i yrs, 7st 5lb - G- 0"'?» „ | » * 
The Fquire's Daughter, 8 yrs Wakefield jun.2 dr 

First heat won by a head, second by a ueck, and 
the third by half a neck. 

FRlDAV.-&Hi«g S/a*« of 28Z.; I ml^S fur. 
Mary Nobbier, by TtiUeyrand, aged, G. Galea 1 I 
Squire's Daughter. 8 yrs - Harriaon 

Billy Brown, 4 yrs - - Johnson 

' Both heats won m a canter. 
Member's Plate of 501.; 1 mi. « fa'- ^ 
Scarborough, by Raton, 8 yrs Wakefield 

Lady-I-»m.off, 5 yrs - - - 

TltT, 4 yrs 

Billy Brown, 4 yrs - 
Mary Nobbier, aged 

SATURDAY.— Haw^cap Smeepebiket of 8*1. 
Lndy-l^am.off.bySh.Anch.r.5yrs^^^^^^ » « 

AndaUan.4yr. OstlOlb - Lon5r«Mff 2 dr 

Jonathan, 5 yrs, 7st 71b - - Ga.a 8 ur 

Won casT. 

■n,e Farmers' Plato was won ca.ily in three best. 

by Elemore, by The Saddler 5 yrs, 1^ Ob 

rskeene^. bcatins Langley Lad, 5 yrs, lOst ion. 

^"^are^Darling. s'yrs. i?stioib, W.dsworth. 5 yr.. 

lOsl lOlb, and Ha«kaway, ag.d, list 41b. 

NEWMARKET CRAVEN. 

MONDAY, Apra If-^^"'*" ««*"' ^Jlf.'.ller l 
Retail, by Lancastrian. 4 yis, 8st *>b F. Hmler i 

Nutbrown, a yrs, est 6lb (carried ^ ^^^^^ ^ 

find 7 to*4 on Rewil; won' by a neck ; Thrm- 
garth a bad thiid. Not timed. 

Sireepttnke* of IMl. for Zjr old*. D.M. 
Offlciou,.bvP..niHloon,8st4lb - FA^tmani 

^tSto a'on'oSSouV Won"by six le-ngths^" fU 

Match, ml, 8st 71b each. ^D.M.-Brin»jon. by 
Coiherstcc (Fl.imao), beat br. c. by Bav Middle- 
um-fAnKda (F. Butler), by eight lengths. II to 
8 on Brington. X min 53 sec 

Haiirffcapof«Oi.; T.T.C. 
lone, by Ion, 4 yrs. 7»i 5lb - Ch.ppte 

Sag.-icilv,6yrs,H.t4lb - - Pear I 

Mahratia 4 yrs. 7*1 5lb _, ^ - ^ ^ _ P*'**lVJ 

6 to 5 ag-t Sagaciiv, and 7 to 4 agst lone. Woa 
liy a ni-ck. I n»in 19 sec. 

Mafch,«O0/.; D.M.-Collio?wood, by Sh. Anchr 
8st lOlb iFlatm «n),,heat Stronj^bow, 781 2lb ^Pcu«' 
by a leojjtb. Even betting. I mnv. 50 sic. 
I Handicap of lOOL ; D.M . 

St. Fabian, by St. Francis, 8 yrs, „ „ , . , 

1 Snucy Dick, 4 yrs, 8st lOlb - Fla mm . 

Vrtsa, 4 vrs 8st i\h - - S. Kog. r- 

Cotttjn Lord, 4 yrs, Bst 4lb - - PeaiM 



by Google 



13 

Goodwood, 4 ]m. 7«t ISib 
Cota.S jn. «it lOlb 

eio 4 agtt St. P«biaa, 4 to I agtt Va*a, i to I 
agat 8. Dick, and 6 lo 1 agtt Cora. "' 
length ; a nack between bi oond and tb 
)i Ud foorih. 1 min. Mi aec. 

Sfvtnitaket of SO<M. for 3 rr olda ; Ab. M. 
Necklaca. bjr Tbe Mob, 7*t 18l6 - JV. Cotton 



APRIL, 1850. 



14 



Dock<n7 
J. ftlHon 



'en by a 
C. Lord 



TempleDiaa _ 
Won bj a leogih. X tnin. 



Uippia, 8»t 4lb 

7 to S on NecUaee. 
4WC. 

SkaetfMtaiff of SAM. for 8 tf olda ; Cam. Co. 
Hanlinge, by Sir Harculea, 8>t 71b - Fiatmaa 1 
Tom-bov, flat 7lb • - R. Cotton » 

Nntcracker, Sat 7lb • - Normaa 8 

5 to.Son Uardinga. Won bjr a bead; a neck 
between MCond\nd third. 9 min. 18 aec. 

SwMpitafcetorgOOI. forSfrolds; D.M. 
Kolaball, by Nut with, Sat 8lb • walked over 

TUESDAY— IfitfrfrMWortA Sfaltet of 300{. 

for Syr olda; DM. 

Ilard1n£e,8Mt71b - . Flatn-an 1 

Nuteraoker, Sat «lb • • Norman S 

9 to 1 on Uardingo. Won by a length, i win. 

57 >M. 

Swefpttaktt oTSMN. bt 8 jr olda ; D.M. 
Tiir, by Slanet8»t4lb - Templ'-nmn 1 

Tom'boy, 8<«t 7ib - - Cotton 2 

MoUM,«M7lb « • W. Buyre 8 

lioimncli, 8it7lb - - Platman 4 

7 to 4 ag«t Tom-boy, and Sto 1 a gat Tiff. Won 
I.J m. length ; a bead between second and thiid; a 
neck between third and funrth. 1 min. 33 »ec. 
SmttpttakM of JOOI., for 8 yr olda ; D M . 
Nutcmoker. byNotwith, 8it7ib • Norman 1 
Ghio.8at7lb ... Flatimn X 
.<«ntire. Sat 4ib - • Barlbolnmcw s 

Narbonae,flat4lb . . Pearl 

II to 10 on Ghio and Nutcracker, and 8 to 4 agst 
Satire. Won by a neck ; tbeaame between vecond 
and third ; Narbonne beaten two or three iengtiia. 
I min. 58800. 

SioMptfoJret of 901. ; flrat half of Ab. M. 
Biabop of Komfurd'* Cob, by Jereed, 

aged, 8«tlllb • - Norm in 1 

.l«^,ayra. Ratlllb - . Bartholomi w 8 

Wallflower, 4 yr*. Sat 4lb . Pearl 8 

i:ane!a.{h, Syra, 7Bt - W. Treen 4 

Krctric, 8yni,7«t - - G.Brown 5 

If ind of the Poreot. 5 rra. Sat 1 lib W. Abdale 8 
3 to 1 agal The Cub, 4 to I each Hg«t Je«t, 
RaoQjagh, and H. of tbe Forest. Won by six 
Icngtha. 50 see. 

Sumfttaku of 800<.« for 3 yr olda ; D.M. 
The Nigger, by Riibende Gorhana, 

tMtSib • - - Platman I 

Satire, 7Ml>lb - - Bartholomew 8 

Hnbet,8at8lb •> - Rogers 3 

7 to I on tbe Nigger. Won b7 two lengths. Habct 

beaten off. 1 mlo. 57 aec. 

SimepftoAM of SMI., tnt 8 yr olda ; A.F. 
OTincber. by Tuxcomao, 8«t 18lb P. Buder 1 

CompaM,8st7Ib - - Flutman 8 

5 to 4 on Clincher. Won by a length. 8 min. 
8i aec. 

ff^tamarket Handieopof 7BM.; Clermont Co. 
4?lieerfal, by Sir Hercules, 4 yn.ftatlxlb Uollina 1 
Knifbt of Gwjrone, 8 yrs. Sat lib T. Smith 8 

He bert, 4 yrs, 7at lib • - E. Sharp 8 

Fernhlll, 5 yra, 8st Sib - Templeman 

I>n>cet. aged, 7ft alb - - Rodney 

«% cs ow, 4 yra, 78t • - -Chappie 

^tvooAbow, 4 yrs, 7st - - Q. Brown 

fC«9r»mi,57n,8st»lb(carr. OatUlb) Dean 

I >oIly Vaiden, 4 yrs. Oat 7lb • W. Treen 

B k- br Don John->Impertinence, 5 yra, 

ett 4lD • - 6. Mann 

iS^ebve fiunnoo, 4 yn,Oat 8lb Rob. Sherwoud 
i^ritMbopper, 4yra,5st 181b - W. Harlock 
HMatinado, a jn, 4ct8lb - • Stegglea 

f I ope, 8 yra, 4st 5lb • - Rickards 

7 to 8 agat Cheerful, 5 to 1 ftgst Fernhill, 6 to 1 
n ^m Westov, IS to 1 Rg>t Her) ert, 14 to 1 each agst 
|>r><l7 Vanlcn and Bastmado, and SO to I agst any 



oth^r. Won by a lergtb ; Herbert a bnd third ; 
Duicet four h and Graasbopper fiflb ; tiie others 
tailed off 8 m n. 17 see. 

WEDN ES D A 7.-.SirMp«(^i(;M of 190f., for 8 yr olda ; 

Last ha. of Ab. M. 
Fernando, ^ y Siane, Sat 51b - W. Abdale I 
Ondine. Ka> 51b . . . W. Boyce t 

Le Beau, Sat 7)b . - - Peurl 8 

Albreda, 7st Idib ... Platman 4 

5 to 8 Ngst l.e Beau, 9 to 8 agst Pemaiide, and 
8 to 1 agst Albreda. Won by a neck ; a bad third. 
40 sec. 

njJjfPoundis T.Y.C. 
t':olIing«eod, ai!ed.9atiiM> - F!atnran 1 

Honeycomb, 4 yra, 8st 71b • • Pearl S 

Bon>mot, 4 yrs, 8st 71b . . F. ButU-r 8 

Thtsiledown, 8 vra, 7!<t - -J. Mann 4 

7 to 8 on ( ollmgwond. Won by half a length ; a 
bad third. 1 mia. 18 st'c. 

Swetjutaket of 401., for 3 yr olds ; Firat hft. of Ab. M. 
Corn, by The Provost, Ust alb - Norman 1 

General Seidlitx. 8«t 7Ib - • Rogera £ 

B. c. by Dromedary, d. by Mulatto, 

8st 71b . - . P. Butler 8 

Sbyphus, SstTlb . - Flaiman 4 

Hippia, Bstalb • . Templeman 5 

5 to 8 agat Dromedary c, 8 to 1 each sgit Sisy> 
phiis and General Seidiiiz. and 4 to 1 agst liippia. 
Won by a head ; a neck between second and third ; 
a length and a hall between tliird and fourth. 
40 sec. 

Column Stake$ of 88M., for 8 yr olds ; R.M. 
Longinus. by Slane, 8st 7ib - Platman 1 

Cariboo, 8«t 4lb . - - A. Day S 

Cranberry, 8st4lb • - Templem.in 8 

Micklctou, 8st 71b - • - P. Butler 4 

Clelia,8st lib ... Norman 5 

6 to 4 a.'i'st Mickleton, 5 to S m^tt Clelia, 5 to Sagst 
Longinus, and 10 to 1 ngst Cariboo. Won by a 
head ; a bad third. 1 mi. 48 aec. 

Match, SOL ; T.M.M — Minto, by Plenipotentiary, 
7sl 71b (Fettit). beat Watch-dog, 8st7lb (Rogeraj. 
by a len;rth. 5 to 4 on Minto. 8 min. 45 sec. 

PoMt Match, est 71b each ; D.M —Clelia received 
100/. from St. Sophia and f. by Erymus, out of Es- 
nier.ilda. 

THURSDAY—ffanrftap of 40< ; A.F. 
Westow, by Melbo-ime, 4 yrs, Bst lib Kog< cs 1 
Keraun, 5yrs, 8st5lb - . W. Boyce S 

8 to 1 on We.'iow. Won by four lengths. Not 
timed. 

Stvfepttaket of 75^, for 8 yr olds ; D. M. 
Hirum ftcarum, 7st lOlb - - Flat man 1 

Warner, 8st 71b - . Pearl 9 

8 to 1 on Harum-»camm. Won by a length. Not 
timed. 

IfatcA, lOOC ; Flr»t ha. of Ab. M.— Beanfort, by 
.Tnhn o' Gaunt, 8 yrs. 6st 181b (G. Brown), beat 
Mahratt I, 4 yra, Sst (ilb, by a len:^th. 5 to 8 on 
Beaufort. 

'Hate of 50/.; D.M. 
Beauclerc.by Jerrr.Syra, 9st - Sly 1 

Sobraon, 4 yrs, flst 71b - - F. Bntler S 

Impression, 8 yrsi'Snt Ulb • • Hatley 8 

Le Benu, 8 yr«, est 181b - G. Brown 

Philosopher, 8 yrs, Ost alb - - P. Price 

Tufthunter. 8 yra, Ost 81b • - Pearl 

Cayenne. 4 1 rs, Sst 71b - • Rogers 

Clnrisi^a, 4 yrs, 8si 7lb • - Flatman 

Defaulter, 5 yra, 9st • - A. Day 

Ghio, 8 vr*, Ost lllb - - J. Mann 

Bastioadn, 8 yrs, flst ISIb . - Dockeray 



5 to 1 agst Sobraon, 5 to 1 each a^st Beaaclero 
id Philosopher. 8 to * - '-^' ^ - - . . 

any other. Won by 

vecond and third; P 

tiflth. I min. 47 sec. 



and Philosopher, 8 to L aR«t Ghio, and 7 to 1 agst 
any other. Won by a length; a neoir ' 
vecond and third; Philosopher fourth, 



length; a neck between 
' -^ Defaulter 



Suyenstakes of 4501., for 8 yr olda ; 
NnUheil, by Nu'with, Sat 41b 



DM. 

Norman 1 

Longinus, Sst 71b . - Flatman 9 

Chi«ltain,8it4'b • • J. Sharp 8 

Even between Nutshell and Longinus. Won by 

half a length; Chieftain beaten off. 1 min. 48 aec. 



>le 



15 APRIL, 

StoetptUAn of ««. ; D.M. 
Dulcet, bj Dulcimer, aged, 7»t i£lb Rodney 1 

Telesisph, 8si Alb • • Barthuloinew 2 

Biiilfiuih. 0»t • - > G Mann 8 

£ven on Dulcet, nnd 6 to 4 agtt BuUfincb. Woo 
bjr tHO len^jtlis. 1 min. fi4 «eu. 

Sweustaket of 190^. for is yr olds ; Cri. Go. 
Oniciout, 8ti tfib - - - Fliitman 1 

Falcon, U«i 71b - - Rogers S 

7 10 V on Officious. Won by two lengibs. i min. 
17 sec. 

Motek; T.Y.C — St. Rosalia, by St. Fmncis, 
8st ylb, reed. IWL St. from Farthingale, 8sl 71b. 

VKID AY. ^Handinup of 95/. ; T.Y.C. 
Telegraph, by Ratcatcher or Dulcimer, 

a yrs, 7»t l»lh - . Docker ar 1 

Moitse, 8 Trs, »at ISlb • - HHrluck 2 

Grasshopper, 4 .vr», fst 13lb • £■ Sliarp 8 

FarUiingalf, 4 >xs, 8st Sib - - Fiatman 

Weatuw, 4 yrii, 7»t isiib - Rugcra 

Tiie New ErK, 4 yrs7nt lib - J. Manu 

8 to 1 each agst Farthingale, Tclegrapti, and 
'Westow, 4 to I agst Mouhc, 8 and 6 to 1 agsi 
Gras&hopper. Won by three pnrts of n lengtli ; a 
neck between becond and tliird; Wesiow a bad 
fourth. 1 m:u. 14 sec. 

Port Staku of 450/., for 4 yr olds ; T.M.M. 
Osterley. by Bay Middletun, 8st 7lb A. Day 1 

Lady Evelyn. 8st 4lb - - Flutnian £ 

Fire .eater, 8st 7lb - - W. Buyce 8 

Honeycomb, 8«i 7lb <• • Pearl 4 

d to I on Lad7 Evelyn, 8 to 1 acst Osterley, and 
to 1 agst Fire-eater. Won by half a length ; Fire- 
euter beati-g otf. 8 min. 80 sec. 

MSateht 200/. ; Last ha. of Ab. M.— Preslaw, by 
The Provost, 8st 4lb (Norman;, beat b. c. by Bay 
Middleton, out of Canada, 8st7lb (Fiatman), by a 
length. 4 to 1 on Prealaw. 6i sec. 

BATH AND SOMERSET. 

TUESDAY, .<ipfaS3.— Lansdoten Tried Slake* of 
190/. ; 1 mi. 



1850. 



16 



Collhigwood, by Sheet Anchor, aged, 

SstsTb 
Miss Larkaway, 8 yrs, Ost lUb 
Slrongbow, 4 yrs, 8>t 7lb 



Fiatman 1 
T.Byrne 2 
- A. Day 3 
7 to"l on Coltingwood. Won by a length ; Sirong- 
Immt beaten off. 1 min. 59 sea 

SomerseUkirt Staktt of 56ul. ; 2 mi. and a dis. 
Sauter-la-coupe, by Sleight-of.band, i yrs, 

«st6lb . - - - Kodney 1 

Halo, 6 yrs, 8st 2lb (broke down) Flatmnn 2 

Chorister. 5 yrs, 7st alb • T. Williams 8 

Windischgratz, 8yr»,5st7lb - W. Treen 4 

Won'i-you-come-out-to-night, 8 yrs, 

5st - - - - Cowley, jun. 5 

Seagull, 6 yrs, 6»t 81b - - Kvans 6 

Seoond-sii;bt, 4 yrs, 7st 21b • Dockeray 7 

Fernhill, 5 yrs, 8si 91b - - A.Day 8 

7 to 4 agst Halo, 3 to 1 agst Won*t-you-come<out- 
to-night, 5 to 1 agst Seacuil, 10 to 1 agst Cboristor, 
12 to 1 agst Second-sight, and IS to I Hgut Sauter-la- 
coupe. Won by two lengths ; Chorister a bad 
third. 4 min. 6 sec. 

Handicap of 98{.; \ mi. 
Hasta, by Jerecd, 4 vrs, 7st 71b H. Gonter 1 

Hagley, 5 yn, 8ct Sib • - A.Day 2 

Pell-mell, 6 yrs, 8st - - Williams 

Fugitive, aged, 7st iSlb • • Whitehoui^H 

General Seidlitz, 8 Tm, 7st lOlb Dockeray 

Baxteiagh. 8 yrs, 7st 8Ib - • W. Treen 

B. c. by Ratcatcher— Esperanza, 8 yrs, 

7st . . . • Rodney 

Pride of Eden, 6 yrs, 7st - • T. Byrne 

Taunton Dean, 8 yrs, 6Bt 81b - £. Ford 

Lady Day, 4 yrs, est 51b - • Gilbert 

Dnnella, 4yTs, 6st - • Cowley, jun. 

8 to 1 ag«t Hagley, 8 to 1 ngst Fugitive, S 10 1 ai^st 
Pell-mell, 7 to 1 agst General Seiditz. and 7 to 1 
Hgst Uanelagh. Won by n head ; Fugitive, General 
Seidlitz. Lady Day, DaneUa, aud the Ratcatcher c. 
close together, beaten two lengths from the winner. 
1 min. 54i«c. 



A SeVing Sfiuepttdku of 90/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Engle'» Plume,5yrs, 7i>t»lb Wuki-tleld 4 1 1 
Pa (liiia, 4 yrs, 76t «lb - W. Treen 1 8 3 

Mantle, 4 yrs, 78t eih- - Williauis 2 4 2 

B. c by RutcHtcher— Esperanza, 
8 yrs, ttt 41b - - Roducy 8 S dr 

Each heat won easily. 

WEDNESDAY.— Dyryiam Park Slaket of 2151., 

for8 >r olds; 1 mi. 4 Int. 

Detcoon. by Sir Hercules, 8st lO b J. Sharp i 

M>ss Larxaway. 8st 101b (Incl. 6>b ex.) A. Dav 2 

Ti.eMonk,8st5ib - . Whitvh.UM 3 

Taunton Uenn, «st 101b - - Rogers 4 

5 to :i on Deicuon, 4 to 1 agitt Mi^s Lazkiiway, nnl 

5 to I agsi The Munk. Won by four lengths. 
8 min. 4tf t.ec. 

Weiton SteAe* of 100/., for 2 y» olds ; 4 fur. 
Prestige, by Epirus, 8&t4lb - A. Day I 

Gloom, 8st4lb - - T.Carlie S 

^UHdioun. 8«t 4lb . - WakeHeUI 8 

4 to I on Prei-Cige. Won by a length and a half ; 
tiuudroon a bad th.rd. 55 sec. 

City Cup of 210/. ; 2 mi. 4 t\a. 
Fernhill, by A scut. 5 yrs, Ost Sib - A. Day 1 
John Dory, 4 yrs, 7st 121b . Whitebouse S 

Tarn Wadlin. 4 yrs.7«t 12lb - Rogers 3 

Even on Tarn Wadlin, 5 to Sai^t John Dory, and 

6 to 2 agst Fernhill. Won by a length; Tarn Wad* 
lin nowhere. 5 min 34 sec. 

A Selling Steaepitakta of 90/.; 4 fur. 
Ha»ta,4yr8, 7st2.b . H. Goiter 8 11 
Lethargy, 8 vrs, yst 6lb ' Evans I « 2 

Carbuncle, 4 yr«,7st 21b W. Treen 10 8 

Little Envy, 4 yrs, 7At 2ib' Bray SOU 

Mignon,0yrs, 7si6lb Wakefield 0a 

Sepulchre, :i yrs, 5»t 61b Gilbert 

Waterfall, (Jate Skeilaugh the First,) 

2vr.t, 4st0lb . . U.Ik 

Shropsbiie Witcb. 5 yrs. 7H 6Ib Brookes Oi O 
Lady Charlotte, aged. 7st 61b Moon 
I'rtdeof Eden, 6yrs. 7st6lb T. Byrne 
Biiscot (h. b.), 4 yrs, 7st »lb W. Butler O dr 
General Seidhtz,3 yrs, 7st 21b Doi;keray O dr 
Mifto Spring, 8 yrs, 6sl 61b (carr. 

est 101b) - . Thick dr 

Terpsichore, 2 vrs, 4st 61b J. Goaivr di« 

The first heat won by a head ; each of the others 
by a length. 

MALTON. 
TUESDAY. AprUta.—The Tito Y«ar Old Slaket 

of 100/.; 6 fur. 
England's Glory, by £mUius or 

Clarion, 8st 71b . C. Wintringham 1 

Pirouette, 8st 31b - - J. Holmca S 

Br.r by Kremlin —evcningStar, 8«t Sib G. Simpson s 
Queen Be£>. 8sl»lb - . J.Mar»n 

Unity, Ost 81b - - Loiijjstaff • 

Georgey, 8st7lb - - Tcinplemiui 

Negropunt. 8st 71b - - G. Arran 

2 to 1 agst Pirouette, fito 1 agst England's Glory, 
3 to I n^st Georgey, 4 to 1 agst Necropout, and 
5 to 1 ag4t Evening Star filly. Won bj a length 
and a half; a length between second and third ; 
Negropont fourth. 

Malton Handicap of 245/. : 1 m!. 4 fur. 
The Magnet, by Camel, aged, "st 71b T. Lye 1 
Lady Hylda, 6 yrs, 8st 71b - G. Abdale 2 

Gulliver, 4 yrs, OhI 12li) - > Charltun 3 

Post -tempore, 4 yrs, 8st - Holmes 

Primrose, A yrs, 7st 7lb • • Dicktrnaon 

AndHluftian.4yrs, 7st - (i- Oate« 6 

The Little Queen, 4 yrs, 6st 101b .• Skeene 
The Shareholder, (late Beverley.) 4 yra, 

est elb ... J, 0^.^ 

Timothy, 8 yrs. Sst 4lb - E. Harrison 

8 to 1 ag»t Gulliver, 8 to 1 agst Lady Hylda, 7toS 
Hgst Timothy, 5 to 1 agst Post-tempore, and 6 to 1 
agst any other. Won by half a length ; a length be* 
tween second and third ; Post tempore a good 
fourth. 

VTc/Aom Cve of 15/. : Smi. 

CharleyLopside.by'l'he Lion, aged,I2st BroRdl«y 1 

llieSqutre.late Tomboy. aged.lti^t Sir C. Slinssby 9 

6 to 4 on Tbe Sejulre. Won by tea leo^a. 

Digitized by VjjOOQ.- ^ 



17 APRIL, 

AmAltMr Staktt of 801. ; once ro. aiid a d'n. 

teurboroogh. hy R«tan, 8 jn, 8tt lOlb Ur Gaman 1 

^ter Simple, aged [h. b.)> 

lUlilb - - • Mr J. H. Peart 8 

7 to 4 oa Scavborough Won by half a lenglb. 

Maiden Plate of 40/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 

Tordftillas,brToucltttene, 8 jn Wakefield 2 11 

Otfbnldwick, 8 yra - - Ctiailton 8 8 S 

Ch. c. by llatan— Ammlna*! dam, 

8jrB . - - J. Crosby 18 8 

The Taller Gal,8 yn - E. Hnrriton dia 

The flrat heat wen by a he»d, the second by a 
Tength, the thlnl by half a length. 
WEDNESDAY.— The Oaret 8lake$ of 90/., for 8 yr 

olde ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Timothy, by Bentley - - Long^taff 1 

Sir Philip - - - J. Mar-on S 

KiU-or-cure • . • O. Siinpsoa 8 

«ta 4ag>t Sir Philip, S to 1 ngst Timotliy, and 
fi to 8 agat Kill-or>cure. Won by a length. 

The OmvMal Randieap of 6M. : 1 mi. 
ealli-vcr. by Touchatone»4 yr*, 7»t 41 b G. Harrieon 1 
B. £ by Touchatone— Potentia, 8 yn, 

aet 51b - . - Charlton t 

Slater to Amoeina, 6 Tn. 7tt 8Ib Croaby 8 

Post*tempore,4yrii, 8it7lb • - Holmea 4 

ADdaliuian,4yrs,7at7tb • LonntMAT S 

8 to 1 agat Po»t-tempore, 8 to 1 agat OulliTer, 
8 to 1 agu The Potentia filly, and 4 to l agat And^i- 
juaian. Won by a length ; a neck between aecond 
•n4 third. 

r>Krettat Stukee of 23/., fbr S yr olda ; 4 f^. 

BaitinadOfby Ratan,7>t7lb - Fenn 1 

Oalileo. tn 7lb - • O. Oatee 8 

g to 1 on fiattinado. Won by a length. 

TidJyho Htmdieafot 9U, : 1 mi. 4 fur. 
The Little Queen, by Coronation, 
4yra,10ei8lb - - Mr J. H. Peart f 1 



1850. 



18 



LeoBidae, 8yrBt tat 



Mr Oaman 



Billy Brown. 4 yrs, lOat 5lh Capt Loadatone 3 

Even on Leonidaa, aadS to 1 agat Billv Brown. 
After the dead heat, 6 to 4 on Leonidae. Won by a 



Langton SUkee of flOf. ; «ftir. 
(Taagnard, by Touchstone, 4 ' " 

Tordeaillaak 8 yrs. 7tt lOlb 



f ouchtitone, 4 yrs, tot G. Simpson 1 
yrs. 7* 101b • T. Lye 8 

Miigloian. 4 yra, tot - -J. Maraon 8 

8 to 1 on Vanguard. Won by a length ; Magician 

beaten three or four lengths. 

Sfeemlation Plate of 43f. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 

FTasfa.by Ithuriel.8yrs,7stO. Harriaon 8 4 11 

Kiil'or-cure. 8yr8,«at Charlton 4 18 8 

Kcarhorongh, 8 yra, fist lOlb Wakefield ISA 
jHSk-in-the-corncr, 5 >zs, 

tot 71b - • Marvreod 8 S 8 

Theory, 4 rre, 7st 7lb - T. Lye 5 8 4 

The Valler Gal, 8 yrs. 5it lUb Wood die 
' Each heat won by a neck. 

NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING. 
MONDAY, Aprtt ».—8f9eep$tfikei of 73/., for 8 yr 

olda; D.H. 
Knight of Gwynne, by Gilbert Gumey, 

tiuyib • - - - Marlow 1 

Harum-scarum, 7stlflb - Flatman « 

7 to 4 on K. of Gwynne. Won by two lengths. 
1 min. 47s«e« 

Handteapof 110/.; T.Y.C. 
Newport, by Epirus, 4 yrs, tot - R. PetUt I 
VB«a,4yrB, tot - - Flatman 8 

I.e Beau. 8 yra. tot 4lb • - G. Mann 8 

Fuoco, 4 yra, 7st l«lb - - Dockeray 4 

Dolly Varden. 4 Trs, 8st 7tb Bartholomew 9 

5 to 2 Agst Vasa, 8 to 1 each agst Nenport and 
Vuoco, and 4 to 1 each agst Dolly Varden and Lo 
Jieau. Won by a length: half a knKtb Wtween 
second and third, and the same between third and 
fourth. 1 min. \0 sec. 

SieetpetaAM of 80/., for 3 yr olds ; T.Y.C. 

Falcon, by Birdcatcher, tot 71b - Bowsers 1 

" ' •" Tt71h , • - P. Builer 8 



Diligence. Sit 4lb - • J. CassidT 8 

Br. c. by The Nob^Harmeny, 8st 7lb R. Cotton 4 

5 to 4 agat Falcon, and 8 to 1 agrtany other. Won 
by a length : a lenxth and a half bptween second 
and third ; a bad fourth, 1 min. 14 sec. 

Match, 80 I. : T.Y.C— St. Rosalia, by St. Fran* 
cts. 7at 51b (Pettit), beat Surplice, tot 101b (Pearl), 
by two lengths. 7 to 4 on Surplice. 1 min. 12 see. 

Sweepetaket of 40/. ; D.M. 

The Knight of Gwynne, 8 yr», 7st G. Brown 1 

Mtuician, 8 yrs. 7at ' - Dockeray 8 

Beauclerc, 5 yra, tor 21b - - Sly 8 
£Ten on K. of Gwynne, 7 to 4 agat Beauclerc, and 

8 to 1 against Musician. Won by half a length ; a 
bad third. 1 mm. 45 see. 

Sweepstakee of ISSOl., for 4 yr olds, Ceairewitch Ce. 
Don Juan, by Don John, 8st 71b • F. Butler 1 
Lelitia, Sat Xlb - . Flatman 8 

Queensberry, tot 7lh • Templeman 8 

Solon, Srit 71b ... Marlow 4 

5 to 8 agat Queenaberrjr. 8 to 1 each agst D. Juan 
and Solon, and 7 tn 8 agxt Letitla. Won by a neck ; 
a had third. 4 min. 20 sec. 

Fifty Poundt ; last three mi. of B. C. 
Fire-eater, by Charles XII., 4 yrs, 

7stl0lb ... Cbapple 1 

Westow. 4 yrs, 7st lOlb • • Basham 8 

Swiss Roy, 5 Tri«. tot »lb - F. Butler S 

8ottcrley,5yfs, totOlb • . Flatman 4 

7 to 4 on Sotterley, and 4 tn 1 agst Fire-eater. 
Won by Haifa length ; a bad third. 6 min. 58 see. 

Match, D.M — William the Conqueror, byTouch- 
stone, tot 71b. received 100 from c. by John o'Gaunt 
—Ma Mie's dam, tot 41b. 

TUESDAY.-SiMef«<altM of 500/., for 4 yr olds ; 

Quasimodo, by Harkaway, 8st 71b F. Butler I 
Te«tator,tot7ti> - • Marlow 8 

7 to 4 on Quasimodo. Won by four lengths. 
8 min. 89 sec. 

Cqffie-roam StaJtee of 100/. ; for 8 yr olds ; A.F. 
Bordeaux, by Cotberatone. tot 71b - F. Butler 
Ch. f by Slune-Exotic, tot 4lb • Pettit 

Brington, tot 7lb > - Flatman 8 

5 to 4 on Bordeaux, and d to 4 ag«t Exotic flily. 
A dead heat; Brington a bad third. The stakes 
were dirtded, and Bordenux walked over. 2 min. 
20 sec. 

8000 Ouineat Stakei of 1400/., for 8 yr olds ; R.M. 
Piti.ford, by Epirus, 8st 71b - A.Day I 

The Ree-hunter. 8st 71b • Templeman 8 

Hardinge. tot 71b • • FUtmnn 8 

Mooltan, 8«t 7lb • • .. 8. Mann 4 

Utretht, Sat 7lb - - Norman 5 

8 to I aKst Bee.bunter, 5 to 2 agat Pitsford, 8 to 1 
agst IJardingo, and 10 to 1 agst Utrecht. Won by 
a neck, the same between second and third ; a bad 
fourth. 1 min. 50 sec 

Ha«dfcapof40Z.: D.M. 
St. George, by Pantaloon, 8 yra, 

5stl2lb - - - T. Smith 1 

Thriogarth, 4 yrs, tot • Bartholomew 8 

MHSter Murray, aged, tot 71b • S.Mann 8 

Bean Pt4 ii«lle, 4 yrs, yat I lib - W. Boyce 4 

e to 4 agst St. George, and 8 to 1 agst Tbringarth. 
Won bv u neck ; two lengtba between the second 
aod third. 

S»eep$takee of 401. ; T.Y.C. 
Telegraph, by Ratcatcher or Dulcimer. 

5 yrs, tot - - - Bartholomew 1 

Bishop nf Romford*M Cob, aged, tot Norman 8 
Ofbnldeston, 8 yrs, 7«t 21b - Basham S 

Even bf tween The Cob and Telegraph. Won by 
a neck ; a bad third. I min. 9 sec. 

^Hera'j Plate of 105/. (for mares) ; B.C. 
St. Rosaliu, bv St. Francis, 4 yrs, 

est 91b - - - F. Outer | 

Topbann, 5 yrs, tot Slh - Flatman 

RiasHWHV, 4 yr^ 8st 8)b - • S.Rogers f 

Cayenne, 4 yrs, tot 81b • - J. Sharp 

e to 5 ag»t St. Rosalia, and 7 to 4 agst Hissavftfr 

i E3 j[e 



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19 MAT, 

Won \j a Iwgth » htAt a length betvean weond 
au'l third. Caytnaa didnot pa«« the chair. B miiu 

IMC. 

\V£DNESDAY.— Sir««M(aJb«i of ItM. for 4 yr olds ; 

BeebcaBuDQoo, by Velocipede, 7st Itib S.Maan i 
C. bjr Inheritor or Jerrj bona— OearslaveHi 
■ dam, 7«t 101b - - Flatman fl 

Rearguard, est 71b • • S. Roger* 8 

8 to 4 each agat B. Bunnoo, and c— Decrslayer'e 
dum, and 8 to 1 aust Rearguard. Won bjr a length | 
u bad third. 1 min. ft5 tec. 

SiMtpatahm of XML. for 8 rr olds ; D.M. 
inie Bo«>bun«er, by Gladiator, bt 71b Flatmao 1 
Ciiieftuin. 88t4lb • • - A.Day S 

Nuthatch, 8ftt 4lb • • Nomian 9 

H to 1 on Be»>hiiater. Won by three lengths. 

1 mtn. 4B sec. 

Plate of 501.: D.M. 
Whitatona, by Touchstone, 9 yrs, 

Sstllb - • • W. Boyce 1 

Vasa. 4 yrs, 7st Ulb - - Pl-itmaa S 

Jcst,5yrs. 7»t}lb - . G. Bruwn a 

(lioodwood. 4yr8, 7st 9lb • - Chappie 4 

ViHite, Syra. »»t Ulb • W. Harlock A 

The Ballet Girl, 8 yrs, 6st nib - Dockeray 6 

^ to 1 agst Vasa, 6 to S agst Jest, and 4 to i agst 
ftModnood. Won by two lengths; a length bet neen 
second and third. I min. 47 sec. 

Sntpttaku of ^^s/., for 8 yr olds ; D.M. 
Bordeaux, by Cotheratiiiie, ast 71b - F. Butler 1 
Necklace, 8st ... K. Cotton 8 
isutcrackar.Sst 4lb • - PUtman 8 

5 lo 1 on Bordeaux. Won bf two lengths. 1 nftin. 
50 sec. 

St9uj»tmk0ao[\»Ol.i T.T.C. 
I'rucihle, by Touchstone, 4 yrs, 78t81b Flatman 1 
KMttimlB«s,6yrs,8st71b - • Fearl S 

B. f. bv Lanercosi— Canada. 4 vrs. 7st 4lb Prttlt 8 
8 to 1 on Crudbla. Won by half a length ; a bad 
third. 1 min 19 see. 

Bamdieap S^npttaku of 40L ; A.F. 
gotterley. by Plenipo. 5 yni, flat 18lb Platrran 1 
pins IX.. & yrs. 7*t 01b - . PetUt t 

UiYeandTakf, 8 yrs.6i*tiaib - Dockeray 8 

6 to 4 agst Gire and Taka. 6 to 4 agst Sotterley, 
and 7 to « Hff>«t Pius IX. Won by three parts of a 
I«n(^h ; huTf a length between second and third. 

2 uiin. i!8 f>ec. 

Smuf'takn of SOOL. for 8 yr olds : A.F. 
Ondine. bv The Provost, 7st Ulb - W. Boyoe 1 
the Trump, tkit 3lb . - R. Cotton 8 

Stiiire, 78t 121b - - Bnrtholomew 8 

5 to 4 each agst Undine and Sh tire, and 5 to 1 
agiit Tlic Trump. Won by a length; a bud third. 
3! min. 25 sec. 

Handitap Piatt of 501. ; CeaarewUcb C«. 
F'rc-e.iter. by Charias XII., 4 yrs, 

7t>l»lh - . , . Chappie 1 

Wa-ch-dag, 6 yr».7st lib - Dockeray 8 

7 to 8 un Firc'eater. Won by a length, rfot 
tuned. 

Swfftahtt o^ bQl.\ AF. 
n. «. by Don John— Impertinence, 5 yrs, 
(>»t tOIb - . C. Clark walked over 

THURSDAY.— Swe<jM<n*« of 40/., for 8 y» olds; 

T.Y.C. 
F .Icon, bv Birdcatcher, 8si 7lb - Rogers 1 

!ti . c. bv The Nob->HarmADV. Bst 7>b R. Cation 8 
ll.c. by Oladtator— Revival. 8st 71b - F. Butler 8 
lloiMs PomiKxi, Bst 4lb - - X Day 4 

N>itbatch.8Bt71b > - Flatman b 

.i toS o^ Palcun, and 4 to 1 agst Ro^e Pompon. 
U'un by a length ; a head between secoud «md 
ihird ; a bad fourth. I min. 16 sec 

Steetpatahet of 80l., f^r 8 yr oldn ; T. Y.C. 

P-iyment, bv Slane,8et81b - Bartbolomrw 1 

h «ufori, Pst eib - - - Pearl 8 

N nevtfh. 8st ulb -" - • W. Bojce a 

Liiilv Stuait. RstBlb -- - Rogers 4 

5 to 1 on Payment. Wen by a length ; a bad 
tfttrd. 1 min la ve. 



1850. 



20 



-eater. 8 to I each asst Betairiiua 
1 1 agst FeinhilL Won by half a 
etveen secmd and third, and a 



\tm Gmi$utu flfafaa of MMOI., tattyttM* ; D.M. 

Ch. f by 81an»~£xolle, est 71b - F. Butlcf 1 

Tiff. 8fci 71b - - Templ«m.ta 8 

Cur<i.8st7lb - . Norman 

California, 8st 71b - - A.Day. 

llHrum.boarum. asi71b* > Flatmaa 

6 to a on Exotic £, 7 to 4 agst Tiff, and 8 to t 

■gat California. Won by a head; Caliiornia a 
very bad third. 1 min. 44 »ec 

StMepttaku of 602. ; for 8 yr olds : Ikist half of 
Ab. M. 
flnltflnch, bySlaaa,8»t7lb - Flatman I 

Vlsite. ast 4lb ... Norman 8 
Faioon. 8«t7lb . . f. Builcr • 

Paul, Alt 7lb - - -W. Bo^ce 

Dolly's Brae, Bst 4lb - • lUttaf* 8 

I>ilig€nce.8st'4lb - - Barthoiomev 

B t. by Nutwiih— Agnes, 8Bt4lb • Pattit 

E\en on Falcon, and » to 1 agsl Agnes f. Won 
bv a length ; a hai.d between tecnnd aud thud ; 
Falcon and Paul next, cluse up. 53 bee. 
Queen's Plale of I05f. ; R C. 
Femhill, by Ascot, 5 yrs. lOst 7lb Templemaa I 
Retail, 4 yrs. Ost Sib . . P. Butler 8 

Fire^eater. 4 yrs, Ost 81b . .W- Bone 8 

Sotterley, 5 yrs, lOst 7Ib -i PlMtniiin 4 

Sir Peter Lanne, vrs, lObt 121b - ' Rofters i 
Dover. 5 yrs, lOst 7ib - - Daley " 

ft to 8 ags' Fire-eater, 8 to I each ai 
Sotterley, and 5 to I agst - " * 

len-uth ; ahead betvreen , _ 

length beiween third and fourth; Sir P. Laurie 
beaten four or five lengths. 7 noia. t« sec 

Swetpstaku of 800^, for 8 yr olds ; D.M. 
William toe Conqueror, by Toucbstone, 

Bst 71b - - FlatmMn walked over 

FKlDAY.-A«RdieapSMspKei««of40l.: D.M. 
Beau Prtf Belle, by Haxkawajr, 4 yrs, 

7*t2lb . - - Chappie 1 

Goodwood, 4 yw.7rt7lb • - FiBimaa 8 

Kriagton.Syrs. OatSlb • ti. Mann 3 

Niaa, 4 yrs, Bst iWh - - W. Boyce 4 

Hope, 8 yrs. Ast 4lb « • Barker 8 

6 to 4 a^st Brington, 7 to 8 agst Nina, and 4 to I 
agst Goudvjod. Won by a length; a bad third. 
I min. 41 sec. 

NtwnuiTket Stak«t of 60M,, fiir 8 yr old* : D M. 
Cariboo, by Vaaison,8st 71b • Bafwrs 1 

Nutshell* ••tylb - . FlaioBan 8 

Utrecht, 8»t Tib - . MarWtw 8 

Abdallah. 8«t 7lb - . Sly 

Castaoero. 8st Tib • . W. Bqtqs Q 

Mooltan, est 71b - . A. D.iy • 

4 to 1 on Notshell, 8 to 1 ag*it Cariboo, and 90 to 1 
agst nny ether. Won by a length : a neck between 
second and third ; Castanero a bad fourth 1 min. 
44S(c. 

LIVERPOOL SP«IWQ CHOYLAKE). 
WEDNESDAY, Map l.—Ttte Hoy/aJbtf Pap. «i h 

85/. ; twice rq. and a dis., over ei^cht hurd e«. 
Oarendoa. «gcd, 12»i 4lb - Mr Watton 1 

Richard the First. 6 yrs, list 2Ib • - > 

Measham. & vr», list i:ilb - • - s 

Slnbad the Sailor, aged, VM Stb • - 4 

Gamlrier • - <■ . - 5 

Won by two lengths. 

">^ bes 8tak6i of *f., with a Cup r 1 mi. 9 fnr. 

La Voliune. lOst - - Mr GatMon I 

Lapwing, aged, list • . - s 

Won easy. 



Tlu SkorU Handicap 
I Pizavro. aged, I8st Sib ' 

Primrose, » vrs list4lb - 
I 9t.indard -bearer, 3 yrs, VM • 
Colleen Rhue, 8 yrs, lOst 31b 
La Voleu*e, 4 \rs, list 91b « 
Lady Grey, aged, I Ost - 

WuB by a neek. 

Tlu Helbr4 Plait. 
Anchorite. 4 yrs, list 6lb 
Jcannette, 9 yrs, list Ob • 

•Won in a c»JH«f, 



4 fnr 

Mr. Blake I 



Ml Jan » I 



by Google 



21 



MAT, 185a, 



oggliM.ft7n,ltrt _ 



22 



Frtar«M. by S«roggl . . 

nib • • . ICr.Dunoaa 1 

U'olT«rbaiiipt«n, aged, ISltl lib - • t 

Me«kluuo« 8 yn, l8st • • • » 

Won by half a length. 

THVRSDAT^T^k* Birkenhead BuriU Staku: 

S ml. and a dit., over eight burdles. 

Piserro. list 101b - - Mr Gaman 1 

WolTeihamptoa. list Iflb • - S 

Richard the First, list mb - • .8 

Jeanaette, ld»t Klb • . . 4 

Won by half a neok. 

£ctMr|MiolH»ii< Handieaf of ML ; twice ro. 

Piimroae, A ▼?•* lifst <lb - Sir Duncan 1 

Ffautrtr, aged, lUt 101b - . . f 

Htaadard-bearer, Sjrrk. SttTlb - . f 

LaVoleuae. 4jrra«lUt9nb • . 

AnchoriMt 4 ytf, ftit • • - 

Won by a bead. 

UA90W Selling Slaku of ML 

La Volcuae • • . .1 

Lapwing - - . . j, 

Anchorite • - • .8 

Won in a canter. 

HtuUen' S^tket, 

Gaxendon, aged ... walked over 



Mr 



Primroae.by Scroggins, \M. 7lb 

Lady Grey, list »lb . • . S 

Won in a eaater. 

ComoUition Han^eap ; onpe ro. 

Collcna Rbue, by Napier, M in, tat Mr Gatnaa 1 

Lapwing, aged, lOrt Mb • . -a 

Lady Grey, lOst Mb • . - g 

Won in a oanter. 

PLYMOUTH AND DEVONPORT SPRING. 
WEDNESDAY, May X.^Lymham Stakee of 80/.; 

once ro. and a dia. 
BuscM (b. b.),by Caldloot, 4 yr«, 

net 101b . . MrScobell S 1 1 

Cb. f by The Oenerd (b. b.). 

4ynm0»t6lb - - Mr Ward 1 S 8 

Breach of FromiM (h. b.), ft yn, 

laet &lb - . . Mr Powell 8 8 

Ch f. by Jack in-the Green- 

VUion, 4yrB, lUt - Mr Foftewue 8 dr 

Fawn (h.b.),4yie, 10«tMb Mr Deacon dr 

Won eaMly. 

Banikap of ftol. ; once 10. 

Lnmiaeer, by M. Mo4ocb,4 yf«, 

7rt«b - - - W.Butler 1 I 

Imt, ng«>d, tat 7Ib - - . -OS 

Accident, « yr», •« lib . • 8 8 

Daplicity, » yn, 9*t 01b - > • dr 

KraviMimo,agad, 9st7lb - - dr 

Fuaitiei, ft yrjt, 7at IKlb > . - dr 

Wun in a canter, 
H«r«Uc Stakea of atf. ; « for. 
Ina.bf SkHarcules, llacitlb WUkins I 8 1 
Rravieelno, lutftlb • - - 8 1 8 

La DaMcaae. Itat 4lb « . 8 8 8 

Cupb«-»rer, Hat Itdb • * .008 

l-bc Sikh, im lOlb ^ . 

Bob Peel, late Lebanon, I0»t - - dr 

CNC8TCR SPMNQ. 

TUESDAY, Jfay 7— 0#<HOmor htakee of 451. ; 

Groa. Co. 

Co'lmrwijod, aged. Sat 3lb Bartholomew 1 

Bhrter. 8 yre, tat 81b • - W. Sharp * 

8 to 1 on Colling Wood. Won by three parU of a 
length. Snwn.tMecc. 

Patatbu Stakee of lOL. for 8 yr old fllliei ; about 

1 ml. 8 fur. 
Bareneei, hy Den John, «»t 4lb J. Maraoa 1 

l-.ataftite, eai 7lb . . FlHtman 8 

I.H-Bof Underlay, Set • . Marlow 

French Snev. 7«t l»lb . . Arnold 

6 «o 4 agat EatHfistte, ft to S ngat fiaroneu, 8 10 1 
agtt, French Suay, md 7 to S ngat Luae of Underlev. 
Woo by a neck ; The Lu»» wf I udeiley agoud thi d. 
y lulQ. i^ ate " 



Motign Stakee of 170f., for 8 yfe olds ; « fat. 
Paymrat, bv Rlane, 8it 8Ib Bartholomew I 

Mr Merrymaa, 6.t 61b . . Mnrlow 8 

Loula Napoleon, Sat 61b • Flatman Q 

Harlequin, 8>^t 61 b > . W. Oatea 

The Ancborlie. Sat 6lb • -A. Day 

Greentield. Sat 21b - G. Whitehouae 

7 to 4 on Pwyment, 7 to 8 ant Loula Napoleon, 
sod 9 to 8 agat Mr Merryman. Won by two leogtbs, 
I min. 81 ace. 

Smeeptlakee of 501. ; once ro. and a dix. 
Pooaey, by Cregane or Magpie, 3 yrs, 6st 

31b - . . . Hiett 1 

Oabaldeiton, 8 yn, 6<t 6lb • Batham t 

Portia, 4 yra,8>t lib . E. Keegan S 

B^pulae. 9 yrs. Sat lib - . J. Evans 

Little Jenny, 8 yra, est 81b - W. Sharpe 

7 to 4 ag«t Pooacy, and 2 to 1 agat Osbaldestoa. 
Won by a length , tbe same between Kecond and 
thinl. The winner dulmed lor Sot. S min. 10 sec. 

ChetteifiM Handieap of 2751., for 8 yr olda ; once 
ro. and a dia. 
Alonio, by Alpheua, Sat 71b • Marlow | 

Brocoli, 7st lUlb - . Flatmun 8 

Seignor o( Holdemeas, Set Winter! ngliain 8 

Stepping-stone, Sat 41b - . Holmee 

B. c by Pantaloon— Decoy, 7at 121b Simpson 8 
H. f. by Pantaloon— Mite, 7»t lOlb Deninan 

Colleen Rime, 78t4lb - J. Evann 

7 to 4 agat Alonso, 7 to 8 agst Stepplag-stone and 
ft to 1 each ag^t S. of Holdernees, Decoy colt, and 
Brocoli. U on by balf a length ; a good tlurd. 
8 mla. 10 sec. 

Optional S«Uinjg Staket of SO/. ; 1 mL 8 fur. 
Psyche (sis. to Cupid;, by Lanereust, 

8 yrs 6at 41b . - . Charlton 1 
Prior of Lanercost, 8 yn, 7st Sib - Fenn 8 
Gold-dust, ft yn, 9at •> - Holmee 
Orraaby, 4 yrs, Set lOlb - Marlow Q 
Tbewy.4yrt,8e«7lb - -Cartwright 9 
Leonidas, 8 yn. 6at lOIb • Q. Gates 
King Fergus, 8 yn. 6st iOlb - 6. Peen 

7 to 4 agst Oroisby, 8 to 1 agat Theory, and 4 to I 
agst Psyche. Won by a length; Theory a bad 
third. The whonar, entered for ML, wue sold by 
auction for 70/. 2 min. 13 sec. 

WP^DNESDAY— Seromftfe Hmn4ieap of Sfti.; 4lhr. 
The Meaae, bv Brother to Riddleswurth, 

6 yrs, Sat lOlb - - - J. Eraas 1 
Ormsby, 4 yra, 7s( 9lb . G. Harrison 8 
Ti^, 4yr«, 7Btljeib - .* G. Oatea 
Br. t. by The Pi ova- 1— Patroness, 4 yn. 

7»t - - - - W. Sharpe 

Oshaldeston, S yn, est ISlb • Batham o 

Chiettaln, 8 yn, Out i;ilb - - Hasley 

Rtaelagb.8yra,68t6lb - £. Eecgan 

Euuuch, 3yrH, 6»t '• . Arnokl 

Greenwich, 8 yrs. Set 181b > - RieU 

Leonlda-s 8 yra, 5st 1OI6 • - Oaborne 

The Golden Lady, 3 yrs, ftst 71b - Well* 

ft to£ a^stEimuch, and ft to 1 eacb agat Gree^. 
wich and Osbaldeston. Won by half a neck; G. 
Lady a good third : Eunuch fourth, llie winner 
claimed for SOt 57 sec. 

Membere' Plate of 03f. ; once ro and a die. 
Vanguard, by Touchstone, 4 yrs, 8st 01b Simpson 1 
Tower. 8 yra. 6st lOlb . - J. ET»ns 8 

Caoriri. 4yrs, Satelb > . Noble 8 

The Cantab, 4 yrs. Sat alb • Dulflo 

Sauor Lad,4yis,8st6tb - G. Abdaie 

Doubt, 4 yn. Sst sib . G. Whitebotiso 

Stepplngatone. 8 yn, 6st 101b . Charlton U 
OabaUiwlck, 8 yn. «st IVlb - Wakefield,Jun. « 
Charlotte, 8 yrs, 0*t 71b - - £. Keegan 

Gladiole. 8 yrs, Ci.t 7lb • . Osrorne 

B. f. by Pantaloon— Mite, 8 yn, 6st 71b Slramone 
Candiewick, s yn. 6t 71b • W. Skarije 4) 

7 to 4 agst Vanguard, and 7 to 8 agat Doubt, Won 
bj a length ; Cuuriri third. 8 min. 7 sec. 

TradtarmtrTt Plate of 8870i. ; S mi. 8 fur. 
oaeer, by St. Francis, 4 yrs, 
e«t»b - . -J. DocVeray I 

ro kermouth, 5yr#, Osl lOIb »^-^ Crourfi _« 



23 



MAT, 1850. 



24 



Cocmek. 6 jn« Sst filb - - Tamplamaa 

P«epo'-daj B07, 9jr*,Ut - - A. Day 

Uipuopotamua, late Jobu CoMcr, 6jn, 

silt alb • - - Harlow 

Bllerilale,6yT«,»itSlb • • MHnon 

Gl«ucs. 4 yn, 7*t All> ' * FUtman 

UTeitow, 4 jrs. 7it Sib - Basham 

P^lemon, 5 yr», 7»t - - O. Brown 

Osterlqr. 4 jn, 7>t - • G. Sharp 

MiM Ann. 4 vr«, 7at • - W. Sharpa 

Chantrey, 4 yn, tet lOlb - Charlton 

Tlic Knout, 4 jn, 6«t8lb- - Treen, Jun. 

Griof, 4 vn, ast 71b - • . Knott 

Gr.c. bjVerttlttm-Wbim,4yn.est71bE.Keegiin u 
KelitheaCh. b),« Tr«, 6«telb J. Evunt 

Flour do Seioe, 5 jr«, eat • - Oaborne 

OenernI Sale, 4 yra. Sat 8lb (carr. fet 

121b) - - - W. Coope 

RedneV, 4 yra. Sat lllb • - B.Ford 

Th« Miner, 4 yra. tet 101b • ' SlmmoDa 

Minimum. 4 yn. Sat lOlb • - Barker 

fi. c. by Gladiator— Lily* 4 yra, Sat 

lOlb . - - - E. Harriaon 

Roland. 4 yrt. Sat 8lb - • Arnold u 

Emma, 8 yn>, Sat - - Wella 

St. George, 8 yr*, 4*1 4lb (carr. 4st 181b) Smith 

S to 1 Kjiat Koland. 6 to 1 Agat Feep<o'-day Boy, 
8 to I aert Oaterley, 10 to 1 agat Hiaa Ann, 14 to 1 
asat Elletdale, 16 to 1 agat Olauca, IS to 1 «»•■ Fu- 
gleman, 16 to 1 agat Mouoaeer, BO to 1 agat Hippo- 
potamua, 8S to 1 agat Cbantrcy, 88 to 1 agat Cocker- 
mootb, SO to 1 each agat anr odier. Won bv balf a 
Icaatb ; a neck between Cockermouth and Wool- 
wi(£i Feep-o''daf Boy fourth, beaten about three 
>ngtha; Chantrey and Hiaa Ann next; Grief, Ke- 
leataea, Lily colt, £mma, Hippopotamua, the Whim 
colt, and Minimum tailed off; Lily colt laat. 

4 min. 11 aec. 

JCoodee Product Staku of ISSl.. for 8 yr olda i 
I mi. 4 fur. 
Mssician, by Lanerooat, Sat Sib Bartholomew 1 
Shilmalier Weat, aatsilb - - Marlov fi 

Boadioea. Sat 81b . . W. Oataa 

Camelidea, 8at 81b •> - Dofflo 

8 to 1 on Moaidan, and 8 to 1 ag«t Shllmalier 
Weat. Won by balf a length ; Boadioea a bad third. 

5 mia. SS aec. 

HuMn't FUae of 103/. ; thrice ro. 
Vanguard. 4 yi»,8at Sib . - Simpaon i 

FernhilV S yra, iOat - - Templeman S 

Oacar, Syra ... W. Oatee 8 

The Irtah Ambaaa^dor, 4 rm G. Whitohouae 4 
. S to i on Perobill. and 1 to 1 agat Vanguard. 
Won by half a length. min. 41 aec. 

THURSO AT.— Chef Mr* Writer Cup of i£tt. ; 
twice ro. and a dia. 
Eagle'a Flume, by Lanercoat, S yra, 

lOat 8lb - • - Capt Pettat I 

MraTaft(h.b.}.5yr8,lCatSlb • MrElwea fl 
FlatCAtdher. 6 yra, 12st . Capt Little 3 

5 to 4 agat Mra Taft, « to 4 agat E. Plume, and 
8 to 1 ag»t Flatcatclier. Won by half a length ; a 
bad tiiird. 4 min. 18 aec. 

Dm Stakes of S7S'-> for 3 yr olda ; Grca. Co. 
Tlie Bce-bnnter, by Gladiator, Sat 7 lb Flatmaa 1 
Mark Tapley. Sat 7ib . Cartwright S 

Cantah, Sat 7Ib - J. Maraon » 

a to i on B(>e-hanter, 8 to t ngat Cantab, and 
5 to 1 agat MarkTapley. Won by two lengiha; a 
bad third. 8 min. 18 aec. 

Lard Wtttmututtr't Plats of 8401. ; Gros. Co. 
Selgnor of Holderneaa, by Sleight«of-band. 

3 yra. Sat 81b . • Arnold I 

Saucy Dick, 4 yra, 8at Sib • - Flntman S 

Keleabea. e yra, 7at 81b - J. Evana 

Lady Speedy. 8 yra. Sat 4lb (carried 

SatOlb) ... E. Keegan 
Laura, 8 yra. Sat 8lb - - Kictt 

6 to 4 agat Saucy Diek, S to S agat Aelgnor of 
Holderneaa, and S to 1 each agat Lndy Speedy and 
Keleabea. Won by half a neck i L. Speedy a good 
third, 8 mm. 18 aec. 

D« Stand Cup of 105'. ; 7 fur. 
Portia, by Philip the Firat, 4 yra, 
7atlSll> "^ - / E. 



Gladiole, 8 yrt. Sat 4!b • Snllh • 

Stepping-atone, 8 yra, Sat lOlb - Hlett S 

Joco'Sot, 6yra,»at Sib - Siiapaon 

Gaff r Green, aired. Sat 61b - Hatchin».in 8 
The Piddlar, S yra. Bat 61b - A. Day 

Pnmroae, Syra, 7«tiO^ - G.Wbitehouae 
Anthony, 4 yra, 7«t 6Ib - J. EvHaa 

La Volenie, 4 yra. 7«t ' > Charlton 

Tower, 8 rra, eat 41b • Oaborne 

4 to 1 agat Gladiole, 4 to 1 agat The Fiddler. S 10 1 
ant Portiu, Sto 1 ag»t Tower, and 6 to 1 ag^t Stcp- 

fing-at >oe Won by half a length ; a bad third, 
mi. 42 aec. 

SeUtag 8tak«i of 65^. ; once ro. and a dia. 
Cauriri (h b), by David or Arthur, 4 yrt, 

7at lOlb ... U-^bJ* 1 

08baIdwiok,8yra,6«t81b . . Hieti « 

Counteae, Syra 6at lib - blail 3 

Overaight. aged. Sat 4lb • Whitahouat 9 

B.Uy Browa,4yra, 7at IClb - • Ly« • 

The Cantab, 4 yra, 7at 101b • Fenn 

Ranelagb, 8 yn, Mat 4lb - - E. Keagan O 

5 to 4 agst Cauriri. and 5 to 1 aacb agat Billy 
Brown, Cuunteaa, and Oabaldwick. Won by a 
length ; Counteaa o bad third. I be winner entered 
for SOI., waa aold by auction for ISSl. S min. 7 aec 

Semrry Handieap of 862. : 8 fur. 
Elcbo. late Eye.the-Boya. by HArkaway, 

s yta, eat - - • Arnold 1 

Little Jenny, 3 yra. Sat Sib E. Hnrriaoa t 

ChiefkHin. 8 yra. Sat lOlb - - Hlett 8 

The Fiddler. 5 vra. Sit 101b - A. Day 

Portia, 4 yra. St't Oib - • E. Keegan 

May.day.4yri,8at«lb - G. WhitebouM 

Acomb, S yra. 8*t «lb • G Akdale 

Weatow, 4 yra, Sat - Wintringham 

California, 8 y'A, Sat 71b - - Wella 

8 to 1 agat Blcho. 7 to S agat Chieftain, and 4 1« 1 
each agat Portia and The Fiddler. Won by two 
lengtha ; a neck between aeoond and third. 1 mla 
SI aec. 

FIlIDAY.-CAejfciW 8t4ik»$ ot tUL ; about 
1 mi. 3 fur. 
Cockermouth, by Lanercoet, S yn, 

7aiSlb . - Wakefield I 

GulU*er,4yra,6at6ib - - Charlton • 

Diana,4yia, 6at ... Hieu 8 

Kheaua.4yr». 7atSlb - - Treen. jun. 4 

7 to 4 on Cockermenth, 8 to 1 agat Gulliver, and 
S to 1 agat each of the othera. Won by a length ; a 
bad third. 8 min. S7 aec 

Baton Stakt$ of ISOL ; Grot. Co. 
Woolwich, by ChatbRm, 4 yra. Sat 101b Flatman 1 
Wilmont, 8 yra, 6at 8lb • - £. Keegun S 

The Augean, 8 yra. «it Olb - W. Sharpe 8 

S to 1 on Woolwich, and to I agat The Augeaa. 
Won by a length ; half a length between aecoad 
and third. S min. SI aec. 

Fr«€ Handicap of ISSf ; 7 Air. 
G rief. by Bey Middleton, 4 yra, 7at lllb Crouch 1 
Keleahen. eyre. Tat Olb - -' W. Sharpe 9 

Gaffer Green, a^ed, Tat 7Ib « Hulchlnaon 8 

Fleur de Seine, S yra. 6at lllb - Charltmi 4 

7 to 4 agat Flenr de Seine. 8 to 1 ant Grief, and 
8 to 1 agat Gaffer Green. Won by a head ; a neck 
between aecond and third; F. de Seine a bad 
fourth. 1 min. 81 tee. 

Ca$trian Btaket of IflOI., for 3 yr olda ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 
Mudoian. by Lanerooat* 8»t 61b Bartholomew 1 
Sir Philip, Sat 6lb . - Manoa 9 

Rybinaka, Sat 8lb •> - Holme* dia 

8 to i on Muaician. Won by three lengtlis. 8 mm. 
90 aec. 

Grand Stand Cup of lOAl. : once ro. and a dia. 

Prieaicaa, by The Doetor. 4 yra. Sat Sib Lye 1 

Joc-o*-8ot, 6 yra. Sat lOlb - Simpaon S 

Rodney. 4 yra, «at lOlb > - Dockeray 8 

Gaffer O rem, aged, 7at ISIb - Hutchinson 

Acomb, S yra. 7>t lOlb - - G.Oatea 

Gulliver. 4 yra, 7at 7ib - '•6. Harriaon 

General Sale, 4 yra. Oat ISlb • Peer* 

Paycbe. 8 yra, Sat 181b - . . Hielt O 

Laura, 8 vra. Sat Sib . E. Harriaon 8 

8 to i agat Rodney. « tnl ant. Prlefteea. « «> t 

Digitized by V^2 y^- ~ 



^ MAr, 

Hfst Pfjebe, 7 to 1 Bf!*! Jee-o'-Sot, 10 to 1 agst Por- 
ta, And 10 to 1 agBt GalllTer. Won by a length ; n 
nvck between' I'coond and third ; OulUver tourtb 
and Laura fittb. S min. SI lec. 

mrral Stakt$ of fiOI. ; T.7.C. 
The Anchorite, by Launcelot, 2 jra, 

6-rl81b - . - J. Evans 1 

Candlewick,8yrf, Satlllb - . Harlow 1 

Forest Deer, SyrsOU ISIb - G. Gates ( 

Mnrgaretta. Syra, OttOlb • . Keecan C 

Svea on C^mdlewick, and 7 to 4 agst The Ancho- 
rite. Won by four len;>tb8. 1 min. S-t «ec. 

Ladiet' Pune of 50/. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Psyche, by Lanercott, 8 yrs, 0»t Jib Charlton 1 
Pocev, a yrs, est5lb - . Arnold S 

The Magnet, aged, Ost lib • - Lye 

The Mease, 6 yrs, Dst 91b - . J. Evans 

Pomona (1 ai e Reti re) , 6 vn, 8st Tib II u ich inson " 



1850. 



26 



Tity, 4 yrs. 8st 21b 
Ofinsby, 4yr»,8st - 
May Dav, 4 yrs. 7st II lb - 
Gratitude, 4 yrs, 7st I lib 
Charlotte, 8 yrs, est ISlb « 
Osbaldwick. 8 yrs, Mt 8lb 
Wilmoat, 8 yrs, Sst 5lb . 
Boadicea. 3 yrs, 8st 5lb 



G. Abdale 

O. Harrison 

O. Whitehouse 

\V. Sbarpe 

S. Peers 

- Treen 

• E. Keegan 

Wilberforce 



5 to 8 agst Poosey, 4 to 1 apt The Mense, 6 to I 
tgst The Magnet, 6 to 1 agst P«ycbe, and 8 to 1 agst 
Ormsby. Woo by half a len^h. llie winner 



entered for 50/., was sold by auction for lOtl. fi min, 

NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING 
TUESDAY, JIfay 14.— HaiuUeu SweepUaket otiuL: 

T.Y.C. 
Jest, by Jerry, 5 yn, Sst 71b Bartholomow 1 

Beau Pr« Bella, 4 yn, Sst 5Ib . W. Bovce S 
Br. c. by The Nob— Harmony, S yrs, 6st 

71b - - • . Hiett 3 

Ercn on Jest. Won by • length and a half; a bad 
third. 1 min. U sec. 

Sio>wfM/<iA«t of tot. : First ha. nf Ab. M. 
Nineveh, by Colherstone, 2 yrs, Sst Olb E. Sharp 1 
Vi ite, 8yrs.8«t91b - - Flatman 2 

11 to 8 on Nineveh. Won by a neck. 52 sec. 

iJaUh, 1001.; Y.C Mahntta, by Hnrkawar, 

8H 7lb <F. Butler), beat lola, 7»t 121b (Flatman), 
by hair a length. 11 to 8 on Mahratla. 81 see. 

Fifty Foamdtt for 3 yr olds ; It.M. 
Royal Hart, by Venison, Set 71b Abrahams 1 

Waasd.vke(h. b.).8st7lb - - Pettit 8 

King oi' Cymrv, fist 71b • • • Sly 

Ronfaaux, Sst ytb - . P. Butler 

Giu-(orih, Sst Tib - Barthnlumew 

Praalaw. 8sC 7l(> • •> - Flaiman 

Imprcscion, Hst -lib - • RoRiirs 

2 to 1 on Bordeaux. Won by a length ; Bordeaux 
and Garforih close up ; Impression fifth. 1 min. 
48 sec. 

my Pounds ; TM.M. 
Tufihunter, by Srcopbant, 6 yrs, 

««t iSib - - - F. Butler 1 

VaM<,4yrs,8st - - - Flatmau 2 

Bastinado. 8 yrs, 6«t 21b - H. Hammond 8 

QrassboppiT, 4 yrs, Sst - - W. Boyce 

Dover, 5 yrs, Sst Tib - - Bartholomew 

aruimcR, 8 yrs, 6st Sib . W. llarlock 

Nutbrown. 8 yrs, est 8)b - - Hiett 

8 to 1 agst Nutmeg, 4 to 1 each agst Tiifihunter, 
Grusahopper, and Vasa, and 8 to 2 agst Bastinndo. 
Won bv a neck ; a bad third. The winner claimed 
tor 2001. 3 min. 8T see. 

W£DNESDAY.-Th« Champion Slake$ of 225/., 

for 3 yr olds ; 1 mi. 8 lur. 201 yds. 

Bordeaux, by Cotherstooe, est • Petlit I 

Nutcracker, Sst Tib - • Flatman 2 

8 to 1 on Bordeaux, Won by four lengths. 2 mlo. 
82 sec. 

Uandieav Ptate of 50/. ; New T.Y.C. 

Dillgrare, by Gindiaior, 8yrs, SstOlb T.Smith 1 

LauDdrymaid, aged, Sst - - Flatman 2 

Wallflower, 4 yrs, T»t I2lb • - Pearl 8 

Hind of the Forest. 5 yrs, 8«t • Rogers 

Fttooo, 4 yrs, 7M Mb - « Oockeraj 



Juggler (bred in FWnce), 4 yrs. Tit Sib Miller 
Impression, 8 yrs, est 91b - -> Hiett 

California, 8 yrn. fist elb - Rob. Sherwood 
B. c by Droinedery, d. by Mulatto, 

Syrs, estilb - - W. Harlock 

Ch. f. bv n son of Glaucus and Cassan- 
dra- Lepida. 8 yrs. Set - -W.Smith 
5 to 2 agst Fuoco, 5 to 1 each agst Impression, 
(•Hiifornia, and Diligence, and 8 10 1 agst Juggler. 
Won by two lengths; a head between Mcond and 
third; Impression a bad iourth; Kuoco fifth. 1 min. 
12 sec. 

Suffolk Stakn o( 855/. ; Last mi. and a ha. of RC, 
St. George, by Pantaloon, 8 yrs, 5st 9lb Uieit I 
Herbert, 4) rs, 7st ISlb - - Flatman 2 

Chicot. 4 yrs, eot 1 lib- - Doc^er.iy 8 

gussimodo, 4 yrs T>t 101b (incl. 4lb ex ) Peilit 
va, 4 yrs, Tst 61b - - Rob. Sherwood 

Letitiii, 4 vrs, Tst 5lb - £. Sharp 

Thistledown, 8 yrs, 5«t 181b - T. Smith 

2 to 1 a>:st Herbert, T to 8 agst St. George, 9 to 2 
agst Quasimodo, and 5 to 1 agst Thistledown. Won ' 
by a head; a length between second and third. 
Quasimodo fourth ;7rhisiledown fifth. 2 mla. 4T c«c. 

The Jo^ty Clidt Plate of 85/.; B.C. 
St. Rosalia, by St. Francis, 4 yrs walked over 

StetojMtakuof 100/., for 4 yr olds; last 3 mi. of B.C. 
St. Rosalia - - - walked over 

THURSDAY.— Haiu/ieap SvKfpttakei of 901. ; TVC. 
The White Lady, by Touebstsne, 4 yrs, 

8st7lb - - . Flatman 1 

Mouse. 8 yrs, Sst - - - W. Boyce S 

lole. 8 yrs, Tst 8lb - • £. Stiarp 8 

Irisii Jig, 4 yrs, Sst 71b <• - P. Butler 4 

6 to 4 a^ Irish Jig, 2 to 1 agst Mou^e. and 
7 t o 2 a^st W. Lady. Won by a head ; a bad third. 
I min. 10 sec. 

StBeep$tak»$ of 280/., for 8 yr olds ; T.Y.C. 
Coticula, by Touehstone, ett4lb - Pearl 1 

Citadel, Sst 4lb - - Flatman 8 

Miaerrima, 8st4lb - • Chnpple 8 

Once-more, Sut 4lb - » . 6. Brown 4 

Saeer, Sst 4lb . - - F. Butler 

1lie Roman. Sst Tib - - Dockeray 

Kalonga, Sst 4lb - - - Sly 

Curl, sst 4lb . - . Bartholomew 

Reindeer, Sst Tib • - - Norman 

Olivia, Sst 4lb « . . Pe:t)t u 

Lyolnoe, Sst 4lb - - - P. Price 

Teddington, Sst 7lb - • Templeman 

Predilection, 8*t Tib • - Rcger« 

Nineveh, Sst 4li» - - W. Boyoe 

Pnqueito, Sst 4lb • - - A.Day 

7 tn 4 Hgst Citadel, 4 to 1 agst Teddington. 5 to 1 
agst Sneer. 6 to 1 ag<tt Miserrima, lu to i each agst 
Cotirula, Olivia, and Predilection, and 100 10 8 agst 
pHquetta. Won by a hejid ; two lengths between 
second and third; half a length between third and 
fourtti : all but the first two lost stort. I min- 14 sec. 

SweepttAkM of 30/., for 8 and 8 yr olds ; First ha. 

of Ab. M. 
Brother to Wllllngham, by Dromedary, 

2 yrs, est 1 81b - . - Dcckeiay I 

Banker, i vrs, est l21b - - Hielt 2 

Hazy, 2 yrs. est Olb - - W. HHrlock 8 

B. f by MeUl -Kitten. 2 yrs, 6st 91b A. Pavis 4 
5 to 4 agst Bro. to Willingtinm. Won by n length ; 
hair a length between second and third; Heul f. 
beaten oflT. 58 sec. 

Handieap Plate ot 50/.; A.F. 
B. c. by Gladiator—Revival, 8 yrs, 5si 8lb 

icarr.5stelb) - - - Hiett I 

Gocdwood,4yrs, est nib ^ - W. Harlock 2 

Fire-eater, 4 yrs, pst lib - W. Boyce 8 

Tiifthunler. e yrs, Sst Tib « F Buikr 4 

Viisa. 4 yrs, Tst elb - * • Flatman 

Dover. 5 vrs, 7st elb - - G.Brown 

Dolly Vurden, 4yrs,T>t51b - Dockeray 

Pius IX., 5 yrs, Tsi bib - - J.Mann 

Jessy (bred m Prance), 4 yrs, 7st lib R. Miller 

Beau Prtf Belle, 4 yrs, 6tt 181b - E. Sharp 

Eva, 4 yrs, Ost lOlb - - Rob. Sherwood 

3astiiwdo, 8 jis, flst5lb - • H. Hammond • 



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MAT, 1850. 



28 



3 to I agitFhrv-Mtor.ft t* 1 afrt BMtiMdo, uid 
8 to I Mch apt VtM and RmIvhI oolt. Won bjr a 
lenph ; halt a Itngth betwaen liK-oad and ihird ; 
Tuftbuator well up ; Ewa ft bad flfth. Smia. 80 mm, 

SHREWSBURY. 

THURSDAY. May l9.^raiihuU Swt€}>$t«kn of 

WW., for » jr old* ; linl.<fur. 

ModMtlna, by Clnrloa, 8»t « Brookn f 1 

I ha LaM of Gnderie/. 8Mt - • Marlow t 8 

8 lo 1 on Laas of (JadcrleT i a dead heat. Deciding 
heat : S to 4 un Laaa ol Undarlej. Won bjr a head. 

CltvtUmd HmmdUap of fSM. : 8 mi. 8 ftir. 
JuMlt«. by Sleiglit of Hand, 4 ri», MSlb Bedacr 1 
UociUty,4jrra.flst81b • . Thick 8 

TbeCaaUe,Syr«, Mfttb - > Knott » 

Burton Lass, ft yra. Oat lOlb • Sabln 4 

Ilia Probe, 4 yrt, 9tt sHi - • Evans ft 

a to 4 afM Banoki Lasa, 8 le 1 agst Juggler, 
4 to 1 each agst Tbe Probe and The Castle, 6 to I 
ogst Docility. Wen bjr a neck ; hair a length be- 
tween second and ibird ; B. Lasa well up. 

WvnntUv Stakuot iUA^ for Syr olds; T.Y.C. 
Unthc.bylan. BstSlb - • Thick 1 

Mr Merry man. 8st 61b - Marlow 8 

Valentine. 8Bt Mb- - . Dickinson 

.Avta. 8st xlb - - • Crouch 

Colibrl, 8st 81b . • • Dcnman 

Stalfbrd, 8rt 5lb - - Whitsheuse 

8 to I on Mr Merrymim. Won br fi»ur lengths j 
two lengths between second and tbiid. 

The 9iiM»'« PlaU of lOfti.; 3 mi. 
Pernbill, by Ascot, 5 jn, lOst - Webetor 1 
Psyche, 8 yrs, 7st Xlb - • Arnold 8 

Churistor* ftyrs, lOst - - Parr « 

(Jricf,4yn,»«ASlb ... Crouch 
Glauiole.Syr*. 7*t8lb - - 0»borne o 

I'lie Irish Amhassador, 47n, 8st Sib Wbitohouie 
(iscar, ftyrc lOkt • - Dickinson 

5 to 4 on Pemhill. Won by half a leogib^ a 
lenjfth between second and third. 

Coumtv Men btriTlmU ot 901. ; lmL«ftir. 
Andrqgeoa, by Aseet, 8 yrs, 

7«tMb - - WllUains 8 11 

Lyme, « yn. 8st »lb - Marlnw 18 8 

«tve«stgbt,ai{rd, 8sl Mb WhiuHiouse 1 8 dr 

i;uck-bird, 8 yts, est alb Wvnver 8 dr 

Mignua,eyxs,8stolb - Wukclleld 8 dr 
Each heat woa easily. 

Smtrn Blakv of M/. ; 1 mi. I9ft yds. 
Parton Lass, by Coronation, ft yrs> 7<>t iiabin 
^)K>t. 4 yis, 7st lOlb • - Whiielieuse 

^jr>np*4yrs. 0st Ulb - W. .^harpe 

MaoerDownes, aK«d. astlllb - 81y. jun. 

'<w«epai«ke (t»te Amiita), ft yrs, yst 81b J. Evans 
TUy, 4 y 1 i» <st isib (iacU ftlb ea.) Osbor ne 

'ansey. Sfrs^ftst 181b - - v\ ells 

Ch. f. by Birdcaicber-Buss. 8 yis. ftst 18)b Blair 

8 to 1 each ust flpot Mnd Barton Law. Woo 
■ J half a length ; the same between seeund and 
itunl. 

FRIDAY.ofiJkropsUrs SwtmukM of IM/.; 

In.i. 4fiir. 

Calnnr. by Charles XII., 3 )rs, 6st 8Ib Hotloway 1 

Caadlewick. 8vr». dblllib - • Wells t 

citief,-iyrs,8»t7lb - - CTuUch 8 

Wun by a head. 

Salopian Stmkxt of ftM. ; 6 for. 
't'ity, by St. Bennett, 4 yrs, (ist lUlb (ind. 



Osborne 

Hntrhinooo 
Brookes 



ftlbex.) 
Sp'it, 4 vrs. 7st 81b (rarr. 7*t 91b) 
l'nnsey,'8 yr», est 81b • 
'•alTerUievn, aff«d. Sat I lib • 
KhrupsMre Witch. A ym 7st I8lb 
^h>.s Julia, 4vrs,7stiltb - - Crouch 

I'h. f. by Uirdcaictier Bust, 3 yrs, e«t Clb Blair 

t to 1 aj^at M is« J u< ia and 9 to < agst Spot. Won 
by a neck ; a length het-ACcn ^ecODd and tbird. 

Hawkttone Dmpoi l»Ot.; Cup. Co. 
Kcret. hv licron,5yrs,7stltlb - Escoit 1 
1'he Dan, aged. 7«t nib - Wblti-hou^ 8 

f^yrup,4yr», estMb « • SHbin 8 

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Boundleas, 4 yrs, 

John Dory. 4 yrs, est 8lb 

A comb, 5 yrs, 7si 81b - 

Selinn, 4yrk,«st81b 

Captain Parry. 4 yra, 6lt I8lb 

Chevrru'l. ft vrs,est ISib - • Eran^ 

French So«y.'8 yrs, Skt 81b • Aicruft 

The Irish Ambassador, 4 jrs, eit I81b Sharp 

8 to 1 Hgst The Dart, ft to 1 agst Egret, ft to i agst 
French Busy, e to i agal John Dory, 8 and 7 to 1 
aftst Faaelej. Won by a neck ; half a length 
between second and third ; Half-and-half ft good 
fourth* 

A^ou Bwrnd Pttrk,Sbiktt of 4tU. ; I mi. 8 fiir 
Miss Spring, by Gladiator, 8 yrs, 

ftstyfb ... Preeee 8 1 | 
Mignon, errs, 7M 81b - Wakefleid 1 8 
Flirt (late The Wind), M 181b Sharp t dr 

Theory. 4 yrs, 7st ftib > Arnold 8 i|r 

First heat won by a head, Moonil easily, third b/ 
hiilf a length. 

aerh«rt Slaktt of 801. { 1 mi. 185 yds. 
Cingarifby Sir Isaac, 4 yrs, 

711101b . - Wbltebousc • 1 I 

Captain Parry, 4 yrs. 7st Ulb Wakefield 8 8 S 

Master Downes. need, astMb Sly, jun. 1 8 dr 

Eaoh bf at wun aaaiSy. 

L0THIAN8 AND EDIN6URQH. 
THURSDAY, Jfoy 16.— LotUan Huuditap of fl8». ; 

8 mi. 
Luxury, by E O., 8 yrs. fiat 91b E. Harrison 1 
Prieetess, 4 yrs. 8sl 8lb (,inct. 7ib ox.) T. Lye « 
Aspasia, A yrs, 7st ftlb . H. Bobertoon S 

6 to 4 on PrteMtees, 4 to I ajrst Luxury. Won by a 
length and a half; Aspasia beaten off. 

Jthemian Bandicap of 83/ ; 8 ml. 
Smu?' ler Bill, by The CommodoM 

or The Saddler, agrd, iSrt 7lb Mr Peart 1 

EtooH. atffd, Ukt 7lb - Mr R. Wanlrop 8 

Johnnie Barrie. aged, lOst Itib Mr J. Laing 8 
Henrr. aged. Hat 101b - - Capt Key « 

8irJ«^alb.b.),aKed, lUtlOlb MrMaitUnd ft 
Tom-tit, e } rs, IS»t 8lb Mr Bowman 

The Ace of Trum)is (h. h^, 1 1st Mr ftobertaoo 

8 to 1 on Smuggler Bill. Won by hnif a langtb; 
Tom.tit broke dunn. 

TVaibsnseii's PtMe ot 4X0.; 1 mi, 4 fur. 
Gardenia, by luinerooBi, 8 yn T. Lye 1 1 

Baroton Bov, 8 vrs - Priogle 8 18 

Smuggler Rill, aged • 6 Oates S d* 

Tr"«Hi*re, 4 yrs . H. RoVcrtsoa • dr 

Neooul e«rs - - UuUiweU dr 

The Maid of die Shaws. 4 yrs Ryan boiled 

Earh heat woo by a head. 

FR1DAY.~rA« BoecfsMck Sloto of 7>L ; 

1 ml. 6 fur. 

Gardenia, by Lanercoet, 8 yrs - Johnson 1 

AHpasia, ft yrs - > H. Kobatison 8 

BMrDton Boy, 8 yrs - - O. Omcn 8 

Kitscharles, ft yis - • • Ifo i 

Won by- a length. 

^<n*f rials .of lOftl. i « mi. 

priestess bv The Doctor, 4 yn, 8st lib T. Lye I I 

Luxury. 8 yrs, 7<*t ftlb - Harrison 8 df 

Won by two lengths. 

rof/f Slmkn ot ftOL ; onco ro. 

Eiona, by Hecoverr, aged 6. Oates t I I 

Wbia»u>Be, aged H. BobensMi 10 8 

Sir A»tlcy Cooper, 8 yrs • Prin^rlo 8 

Gardenia, 8 yrs > Johoson t 8 dr 

The Oumdowrr, 4 yrs • M*Uonald • dr 

Fltzcbar'iea. ft yrs - - I-re 8 dr 

Lill<e. 4 yrs - • Han-ison dr 

First was a deed heal, fccond won by half a 
length, ibe third by a length, tlie fuoiih ia a 
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Cole. TliP Prime Warden, er Cbarlaa 

Xll.,»r".7Uilb - - ■« . 

The Banton Boy. »yra, 7Bt - • Pringle 

LUii«,4yn»6M4Slb ' « Unnriaoii 

A fine raae. 

MANCHESTER. 
WEDNESDAY. J(«y Si.-2Vtei Siai« of «SI. ; 
1 mi. S fur. 
WoolwiBh,byChaUuun,«yn,tetMb 

(iDd. 81b tf.) - - Flattnaa 

Hark Tapley, « yn. e>t I81b OocU 



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6ftt7lb . - • Charttun 

The Prior of Unei ooai.8 jn, 6H 101b W. Sharpe 
Acbyrantbee, 8 yw, ««t 71b • 0»borne 

Br*f. by GlMliator- Sprite, 3 yr», «st 71b 

(carr. fctWb) - - Cooper 

The Iri»b Ambaaudor, 4 yr«, 8»t 4lb WbiiehouM 

8 lo 1 on Woolvlcb, and 8 to 1 Hg«t Mark Tap- 
ley. Won by a length ; G ladtaior t well up. 

nUnniat fitatai of 14<M., fur I jr old* ; T.YC. 
L«tth Napoleon, bv LaneroMt. 8M 7lb J. MarMM 1 
kJaek Doctor. 8*t Tilb - - ti. Abdale S 

Queen Bee, 8«t 81b - - - Marlow 8 

7 lo i on Loan Napoleon. Wo* by a bead { tae 
■ame beiweeo second and tbird. 

Uniam Cup of «9(M.; I mi. S Air. 
Admlnittrator, by Inheritor. 0yr», MSlb Evaae 
Za>d«e, a yn, 4>t lOlb - - Welb 

Gulliver. 4 yr»,MIOlb - Charlton 

f'oreclaaure.avrs,8a6lb • - Mario w 

Wool w Icb, 4 y rer Sat 61b • Wb itebouM 

Chuntrey, 4yr«.7at 101b - - Flatman 

The Cocktail, (h.b), 4 yri,7tt- Arnold 

AfTsMcle, 4yr», 6Bt lOlb - • G. Oatoe 

Aldeate. 4yr», flsiAb - W. Sharpe 

MaJiei«a.4yr*,estfllh • • Otborne 

Di;ina, 4 yre, Set elb (carr. Set 8lb) Hiett 

1 to 1 aCBt Chiinlrey. 4 id I ajtst Wootwkb. » to I 
agat DranH,7 to 1 each aget Myatieleand Cocktail, 
e to 1 aget Magician, and 18 to 1 agat Admtnietra- 
tor. Won by a length and a huir Eaideo beattaag 
Gulliver by a length ; Aldj;ate and Cocktail next. 

ITtlUr BmmdiMtp of 1 Mil. ; S ml. and a dis. 
General Sale, by Gladiator, 4 yn, 

Itet - . - UrHoldfortb 1 

Antelope, »yra. net 61b • Capt Dyaon S 

Smugsler Bill, aged, 1«M 71b Mr Gainaa 8 

BaroDesa, 4 m. Itatftlb Capt E. Haworth 4 

Even on ftamnea*, 5 to S nget Smugirler Bill, 
8 to 1 Rgat Antelope, A to 1 agkt lieneral t>aie. Wt>n 
by lialt a length ; all well up. 

Plate of 80(. ; 8 mi. and a dia. 
Panope. by Sir Hevnilee, 8 yra, eat I Ub J- Evtma 1 
Tbe Baronet. 8 yra, 7«t - • Harrw.n « 

Prencb Susv, 8 yia, eat nib . Arnold 8 

Siioen of the Vale, t vra. Sat lib W Evana 

r. £ by Knight of the Wbiaite— Gamelaae, 
ttyr*,«>tnTb - • - HIett 

B. 0. by GiMdiator— Abbeaa, 8 yr*, 7et Ivera 

JtihnorB«nrick.ayra, 7at - Kcegan 

Br. f. by Laiierc4Mt. d. by H. Moloch, 

8vr«.«>tlUb • • Biaodwood 

Tordealllaa. » vra, 7at - - G. Oatea 

a lo 1 agat Baronet, 4 tol agai Panope, 5 to i agat 
Krench buay, an<t 8 to I agat ferdeaillas. Won by 
four lengtha. 
TUUKSDAV.— St. £«f«r SUiken of lOOl,. tot 8 yi 
olda ; 1 mi 6 tur. 
fVnang, by Ratan, Oet lOlb Oncl. 

alb ox.) - - • Bartholomew 1 

ftlade-aa(^, 8st 31b > - Diwaon S 

A to 1 on Pen.tng. Won in a canter. 
JfaiicAerfer Tradtmun't Cup of tOM. ; t mi. and a 

dia. 
Legerdemain, by Pantaloon, 4 yra, 

;ateib ... Charlton 1 

Dough. S yra, 8at 6lb - • Mauee 8 

VnnguHrd,4yr8,7't4'b • HMrrUnn S 

litheritr^aa, acc«i, ?U l«lb • T Lye 

Cuanirey, * yrs, 7>t elb > -FlHUaan o 



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Ada Mary. « ]Wt. Oat 18lb • « (HborM 

Sdgiur of Holderaeas, 8 yrt, Ost (uHd. 

d&ex.) - - . Hiett • 

lantbe, 8 yra. 4at Itib (oarr.Bot lib) E. Harnaon 

8 to 4 agit Vanguard, 4 to I ant Dough, • to « 
agat Chantrey, 6 to 1 acat Legoroemain. anU 18 to 1 
agat any other. Won bjr half a length ; Vanguaid 
a moderate Uiird ; Ada Mary founh. 

ArHum Stakm of ISOf. ; i ml and a die. 
The Meaae, by Brother to Riddleawortb. 

yra. 6»t ISib ... Evan* 1 
Andaluaian, 4 yra, Oat I81b - Charlton 8 

Poraclocnre, 8 yra, 8tt 61b > Temtlenfian * 

TTriel. 4 yra. 8u 7It* - - PlatmHn 

Bibaldry. ft yn, 8at > O. WhicehouM 

Candlewick.Syra. Aet7lb . - a Lad 

A to 4 agat Uriel. 6 to 8 aget Ribaldry, ft to 1 agat 
The Meaae, and 8 to I agat Andaluaian. Won by 
hal f a neck ; a leagth betwaen the second and thixA ; 
Ribaldry (butlh. 

7Wo Ymr Old Mafotof 1801. i T.TC. 
Aarnn Smith, by Simoom, Sat ftlb Marlow I 

BUck Doctor, Sat ftlb . . G. Abdale t 

T>gbiwaiBt,8atSlb • - Cartwright 8 

ilreenAeld. Vat 81b - • Whitehouae 

Baliinnre.Sat 51b ... D«waon 8 
Madame Wharton, 8at fib • J. Maraoa C 

PHortlie Great, Set Mb > Winltingbam 

7 to 4 ng&t 'I'igbtwaiat, 8 to 1 agtt Madame Wlinr* 
too, and ft to 1 each agat Peter the Urent, The 
Bliick Doctor, and BW) linn re. Won by a head; 
T.ghteraiatan iBdiffHenA third. 

QuamU Plate of \W. ; 8 ml. and a dia. 

Dough, by Tearavay, ft yra, lOal « Magee 

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Baroneea, 4 yra. Oat nb - • Dawaon 

Prieaiess, 4 yrs. Oat S.b • • T. Lye 

Pernhlll, 5 yra, lOat ' • - Templeman 

Wilmont, Syra, 7atllb - - Cooper A 
6 to 4 ngit Prieateaa, 8 to 1 scat Fernhill, 8 to 1 

agat Dough. Won by three lengths ( PiiealeM m 
bad third. 



1 ml. and a dia. 

Wliitehouaa 
W. Sharpe 
WakelieTd 
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Hiett 

J. Osborne 

> J. Evans 

Baahnm 

Kergan 



StUiug Stahm of IIM. ; 1 m 
Glaia. bv Jereed, 6 yrs. Oat iOlb 
MRde-safe. 8 yrs, Oat 1 lib 
Turdaailiaa, 8 yM. 7at Olb 
Psyche, 8 vra, 7at 81h 
Br. f. by Knight of Whistle- 

8 yrs, M Ulb 
Snowdrift, S yr«.7*t 
Antbonv, 4 yra, 7at lOlb 
Oabald^ston. 8 vra, 7st • 
J ohn of Berwick, 8 yra, 7st 

* tu I aget John of Berwiik, 8 to 1 neat Payehe, 
^ to t agtt Made^aafe. Won by a length ; the aatne 
between aecond and third. The winner was bought 
in at 57|r<. 

KRIDAY.-(7«X(a Jrtixll Stakee of 7SI. ; I mi. 4 for. 
The Monk, by The Prior, 3 yrs. Oat 7lb J. Evaoe i 
Fernhill, ft yra, Sat l^lb > lemplemaa 9 

Mnrk Tapley, 8 yra. Oat lOlb • Arnold 8 

The Xriah Ambasaador, 4 yrs. 

8at4tb • • O.Whitehoa*e 4 

ft to 4 avst Mark Tapley, S to 1 agat The Monk, 
ft to S a«8t Fernhill. Won by • neck ; Mark lap. 
ley a bad third. 

r.«e rear Old SeOfag Staket of 80f . ; T.Y.C. 
Tightwaist, by Young Lengwaist. 

8at8lb ... Cartwright 1 

Valend»e,8BtSlb • • Hoiroeo fl 

Unity, 7st I8lb . . Longstaff 8 

Br. c. by LaunceloC, d. by Liverpool, 

8Bt Sib . . . J. Brans 

Greenfield, 7st ISlb - G. Whif house 8 

Collbri. 7st liilb > - Dcnm n 

Ballinure, 8at jdb . - Dawaon 

Peter the Ore<«(. 8st Mb - Wintrlngtiaoi 

d to < agst Valentine. 8 to 1 agst Unity, 4 to i each 
Pfter the Ureat and the Lanncelot colt, and ft to I 
agit Tightwaist. Won Ky a net k : a liead between 
Md and third ; Coiibri a guad fauftfa. 
Salfori Bar •nth Gup cS 8»4l. : I mi. 4 fur. 
Woolwich, by Chatham. 4 y s. ;8t Sib H'eCt 

Uriel, 4 yr», .ai ««l j • - ^^ Flatu]«n, 



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CoMebia, 8 jn, 7rt 51b • - J. TJ»an» 

Lady Hylda, 8 yri, 7«t 8lb - G. Abdale 

Brown Fl j, aged, est 8lb - • Arnold 

Administntor. 6 ;n, 6at 18tb (incl. 

Wbox.) - 
Guniver,4yr«, 6tt (carr. tot Sib) 

8 to I agst Woolwicb, 8 to 1 agat Cowclim, a to I 
ant AdmioUtrator. « to I each agst Brown Ply and 
OulliTOr. Won by two lengths ; a length between 
•ccond and third ; Lady Hylda and Brown Ply close 
up. 

Plai* of 90/. ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 
Andfiluslan, by Liverpool Junior, 4 yrs, 

8gt7lb - - - „f»"^«**'f i 

Made-»nre,8TM. tot nib - - W. Sharpe 8 

The Baronet,' 8 yr»,7«t - - Keegarj 8 

Piench Siisy, 8 yr«, tot Illb - Arnold 4 

Theory,4yw. 8»i.Mb - - Cartwrisht 5 

8no*«drift,8yr«.7it - - Osborne 6 

5 to 4 Kgst ADd«ln«lan, 9 to 8 ag«t Baronet, 7 lo 8 
agat Blade-«Hfe. Won by two length* ; Theory and 
Snowdrift beaten off. The winner waa bought in at 

H««<l(>ap Stakei of 57L ; 1 «>i- "d a dia. 

Achyranthet,byThir«k, Syrs.esieib Oaborno I 

Wnroonl,8yr»,6»t81b - - „^^«1'» ? 

Ianthe.8yr»,e»t(carr.tot21b) - ChRflton 3 

Anthony, 4 yr6,7rt 81b - - J. Bvani 4 

Even on lanthe. 8 to 1 ag*t A<*yranthe8, 5 to 2 
agst Wiliooni. Won by a neck. 

HARPENDEN. 
WEDNESDAY, May tSU-The Two Tear Old 8tokt$ 

of 45/. ; A t'ur. 
Br. f. by Kremlin— The Evening Star, 

8,14,6 . - - G.Simpson 1 

Vigilant, est 41b - - - C^i?^°?^'! I 

•nfe Mitre, est 4lb - - Hackett 8 

St Hilda, tot 41b- -,, - ^ S"»?f" * 

6 to 4 on the Kremlin filly. Won by a head; 
Vigilant a bad third. 

Lod^e#' Pune of 90/. ; 1 ml. 4 fur. 
Retadeer (late Frank), by Venison, aged, 

Ilsteib - - - ^Capt Little i 

Goodwood, 4 yrs. lOst 01b - Captpouglas 

Iron Crown, 3 yrs, 1 Ist 5lb 
<:irike, 4 yn, lOst 8lb 
Miss Weft, aged, list 01b 
Camilla. 4 vrs, lOst lOlb „ . 

5 to 4 ng»t Goodwood, and A to I agst Reindeer. 
Won by two lengths. 

Harpenden HandUap of 182/. ; 2 ml. 
Sir Gilbert, by Laneroost, 4 yrs, 

7st 101b - - 

Rum Hood, 4 yr», 7»t i«' J> - 
Biurton Lass, 5 yrs. Sat 6lb 
Malmesbury, 5 yrs, 78t lOIb - 
Master Muri«y, aged, 7st 12lb 
Fazeley. aged. 8sl lOlb 
. Cogia, 4 yr», 8st 21b 

Lethargy, 6 yrs, 8st - 

yHUprGal,»yr*,7st7ib 

Clairvoyance, 6 yrs,7»t «lb - 

Tuscan, 5 yt*, 7»t 6lb - 

Jester. 4 yrs, yst »lb 

Sarcasm, a yrs. 6st lOlb o .u -. 

4 to 1 agst Malmetburv, 4 to 1 a^st Sir Gilbert, 
aod 6 to I agst Yaller Gal. Won by a head ; Barton 
Lass a bad t hit d; Malmesbury fourth. 

Hurdle Rnce of 80/. 
Syrup, by Venifon, 4 yr«, 9-t 121b Thrift 
Mis< Nipper, 6 yr», IO*t lOlb Higglns ' 
Master Murrny. aged, I l»t Frederick I 
Ima.aged, lOstUlb - Wilkios 

MrToois, 4 vrs. lOntSlb Ralph 

Little Houghton, aged, list 41b Frisby 
Normn.e VTS, I0st7lb - Waite 

Legislator, e yrs, lUt - - Prioe 

Gammon, aged, ll«t4lb Prime 8 

Phoehus. 6 yrs. tOst Ulb Builer « 

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TTie Witch ' " 


Cavt Little S 
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Black Doe - 


H. Mny 


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Cashier 


- Owner 


Water-rat 


. MrElwea 


Fell. mf 11 - 


» Delemere 


01iverCromw«U - 


Benbow 


Chance 


Mr James 


Won by two lengtbt ; The Witch and Black Dos 


third and fourth 




Kateh, lOC/.-Qneen.of Hearta, 5 yrs. ftst (Hast- 


ings), beat The Baion, aged 


, lOst (Boxall), m a 


CHnter. 




Matrh, 100/.— Phoebus, lOst 


illb (Capt Barlow), 


bMt Gammon. lUt 4lb (Mr Prime), easily. 



CBptU.^„ 

. CaptThomhill 

. Mr Bevillo 

Mr Elwes 

- Mr Manse 



Abrahams 

K. Johnnon 

Crickmere 

. G. Sharp 

Hacket 

« Vates 

Simpson 

> Delemere 

. Sabin 

- C. Norman 
E. Edwards 

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KirH beat won b? two lengths, second by a length, 
thiid by a head, and fourth by two lengths. 

Sfiurry Stakfi of 50/., list 71b each ; 5 g'T- 
Tuscan, by Lanexcobt - • Frisby 



SOUTHWELL. 
THURSDAY, May 28.-Jnnire«pm» Plate of 141.; 

1 mi. 4 fur. 
Wiseacre, by Lanercost, 6 yrs, lOst Illb, 

W. l^angley I l 

Prince, aged. lOstl lib - - - 8 8 

Papa, 8 yrs, lost Ulb- - - S3 

Sister to Cowslip, »yr». I0st4lb - « 5 4 

B. g. by Sleight-of-Hand, 4 yis, 9st Ulb 6 5 

Listen, aged, Itotl I lb - - - 7 « 

Harkaway, aged. lOst Illb • - 4 dr 

Won easy. 
HurdU Sweepttaket of 8//. ; 1 mi. B far. 

SirCharles, aged, list Ulb - - I I 

Chinu Print, aged, list Ulb - * « S 

B. m. by Normanhy, « yrs, llat Ulb - 4 dr 

Wi»eacra. 8 yrs, 1 Ist Ulb - . fell 

CreepingJane, aged, list Illb - - die 

Won easy. 

STOKESLEY. 

MONDAY, May V.—Maidm SlalM of fiSf . ; 

I mi. 8 lur. 

Helen, 5 yn, 78t 181b - - P.Smith I 1 

Rob Roy. e vrs, 8«l 7Ib •» J- *'«"' ■ « 

Minister, 5 yrs, 7st ISlb - - G. Co»on dr 

Mocready, 8 yrs, tot lOlb - Sheakstone dr 

Earl of Albemarle 8 yi», 8st lOlb P. Swtn dr 

Sharehoitler, 4 yrs, 7«t 7lb - J.Coatea fell 

Miss Jane, 4 yrs. 7«t 4lb - J. Simpson feU 

Both heats won easy. 

develana Stake$ of ilL ; 9 mi. 

Ormsbv. by Velocipede, 4 yrs, 8st lOlb Arr.m 1 I 

Lady I-am-off, 5 yrs. est 5lb „•*•/«?" ! * 

Helen, 5 yrs. 8st Ulb - - P. Smith 8 

Gmcey,.'>yrs, tet21b - J. PaitJSon dr 

Both heats won by a length. 

TUESDAY.— SrfUag Staktsof 40/.; 2 mi. 

Titv, by St. Bennett, 4 yriv, 7st Ulb Osborne 1 1 

Lady I-am^ff, »yr*, est 81b - J.Fenn 8 « 

Shareholder, 4 yrs, 7Bt7lb - J.Coates 8 » 

Jonathan. 5 yrs, 8sl «lh - Pattisoo 

Ormsby. 4 yrs, 7st Wlb - ?: ^rran 

First beat won by a length, second by a head. 

TraiMwien'* Plate of 10/. ; 1 mi. 6 fiir. 

RobR.>v,8yr»,8st7lb ^ J'J""? * i ? 1 

Helen,5yr8.7stl8lb P. Smith « 8 » » 

Gracey, a yis, 7st I8lb - Paltison I 8 3 S 

Won easy. 

EPSOM. 

TUEiJDAY, ilfoy 28.-Cr«w«i Stakes of ISO/. ; 
1 mi. 8 fur. 
Collingwood, by Sheet Anchor, aged, 

9*t lOlb . - - Flatman f 

Kathleen. 8 yn., 8st 8lb - - Hollowny t 

Br. c. by Sir Hercules-Dark Susnn, 

3 yrs, tot 81b - - Rob. Sherwood B 

Rodney, 4 yrs, estlOlb • 
Cora, 3 vr«, 6st81b - 
Miss La'rkuway, 8 yrs, 6st falb 
Narcissus, 8 vrs. 6*1 8lb 
The Moor. 5yr», »^t 4lb 

6 to 4 on'CoUingwooti. Wen bv s , 

between second and third ; Tlte Moor a bad fouxtii. 
2 min. £0 sec 



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Wotdeof Slakft of 88S/.. far 2 vr oldt ; T. Y.C. 
Marlborough ttuck (U. b.). by VenUon, 

^i «lb 
Biirkh.Hin.t. Sat 6lb 
Tertuingtnii, 8»i 6ib - 
GltmrMiWK, 8st elb 
B'otlier to Dfiik low, 8st 6lb 
DonPwtro, U»t 61 b 
Sulunion, 8i>t8lb 
• B. or bT c. by Lnnercont— L» „ , . „. . „ 

Helleun, 8si aib - Ralph Sherwood 

Ch. c b» Sir Hercu»«-Adela, Itot 6ib Sly 

Piw re di Toucl.e, 8«i 6lb - J. M«rMn 

KiiiK,kRDoii,a«6ib - - „?•?;"?'.•• ^ 

Brilrinn.a. 8«i alb - - W. Abdale 

I'erfiime. H^tSlb - . G. Blown 

e lo 5 i»g« Buckhound. 4 to I «»•' ""»• »» DrHke- 
lo«. Mo 1 Bj?'t Solomon, 5 to 1 iv»« Knook Knull, 
6 10 J aK"» IVdil'ngton. iimi / to 1 eiicli ».g i Glen- 
liawk ami Mnrlb .roufih Buck. Won by a l.-nKlh ; 
the Mme J-etwecn (.econd and third; bolomon 
fuarth; Uriunnia filth. Imin.lStrc. 

Manor Staka of 301. ; I mi. S tat, 

Ch. cbyGladtalor— IthoraMHo'sd.. ... 

8yr8.Wiil0lb - - RobU Sherwojd I 1 

lUdulpl.us«g«d,8.tl21b - - i»;y « « 

Amonlillaao. a yrs. 6.t lOlb E.Sharp 8 8 

Each beat won by a length. 

Horlon Stakes of Ml. ', 1 ml. 

Aristocrat, by The Earl of Richmond. 

8 vri., 6at lOlb - • HoHoway 1 1 

Ha.tR, 4 yr., 7« lib - -"i?°"*" * .,* 

Gri«t,5yr...7rtfllb - - C. Planner S dr 

l*tharg;.«yr.,7.t9lb - - Sxann 8 dr 

Both heats won easily. 
WEDNESDAY.— Epwm TownPUdt (Handicap) of 

M». : Imi. 
Joc-o'.got, by H. Pjai<»!!fv® ''•* **' *®*^ '^' ^" h" \ 
E. Sharp U 
m Dockeray 

Hornaby, jun. 
Whitehouse 
Thick 
• Bobt. Sherwood 
- C. Planner 
Wakefield 
Ralph Sherwood 



Badulphus, aged, Ssl l«lb 
Bullfinch. 8 yrs, 6ac «ib - 
Slashing Alice, 4 yrs. 8st 
The OldFox, 4 yrs, 8st 
Stanton, 4 yrw, 8»i 
Chrisliana, 4 yrs, Bst 
P«rryliin.»yi«,7Ml01b 
Passion-flower. » yrs. 7»t lOlb 
Mignon.6yrs. 7st71b 
Era, 4 yrs, Tst 7lb 



Ch. «. b, Epiius, d. by d'EgvUle. iyr.,^ ^^^^^ ^ 

Hlmm."icaruin,3yr..8.t7lb - 'a^;^'^^^ J 

Sobersides, aged, e«t 71b - • G. Mann 

Cbaricle :«, 4 yrs, 6it 3lb - - "'f^t » 

Bubina.8yrs.6»i»Jb - ."». ^.- ^™i'^ ? 

4 to I a?st Bullfinch, 5 to I ag»t Stanton, « to I 
agst Slashing Alice, and 5 to 1 a«t Joe o -Sot. 
W on by a neck ; Radulphus beating Bullfinch by a 
length ; Eva a bad fourth. 1 min. 47 sec. 

J)€rbu Slakf of »50i., £bi 8 yr olds. Sat Tib each ; 

1 mi. 4 lur, 
Toltigcur, by Voluira 
PiUlord - - > * 

Clincher 

The Nigger • - - 

Penang - ' 

Bolinifbroke - • 

Mildew 
Ro»al Hart- 
Peicoon 

St. Fabian - - - 

Cariboo 

Charley - - - 

ThL* Italian 

Tiutshell - • • 

The Knight of Gwytne - 
Valentine - - * 

Uhillie Callam • 

Drennus - - *■ 

Mavon • 

The Suede . - - 

Captain Grant - • 

AloOiO - , * rk 1. ' 

Br. c. by Sir Hercules— Dark 
Susan 

'*4*S*"»8«t Clincher, 4 lo I •fi" MUdew, 9 to I 



• J. Marson 

- A. Day 
m- F. Butler 

Flntin^n 

U. Sly 

- Robinson 

Bartholomew 

G. Simpson 

J.Sharp 

- R. PeiUt 
S. Rogers 

Abrahams 
- Templeman 

• Norman 
• Dockeray 

• Crouch 
S. Mnnn 

3. Prince 

Marlow 

W. Abdale 

D. Wynne 

Whitebiou»e 

> Ralph Sherwood 
. H. l£dwards 



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lagst BolingbFoke, « to I assi The Nigger, 1« to I 
i.«6t Pitsford. 16 10 I agst VtHtigeur, 20 to I aEstDei- 

1 ! 0^0.1, 3;i to I asst NuiHhell, 40 to I ngst Theltalian. 

2 ! 40 to I Mjrst (ilnllie Galium. W to I agst The Swede, 

3 ' and 1006 to 15 e«ch askt any otht-r Won by a 
O'lencth; half a length between second and third; 
1 iwo Kngilis beiwevn thin! ROd lourth; Mildew 
fif.h. veil up: G Callum sixth, Cariooo sevpnlh. 
I Thi- Italian eighih. all close together } Capt. Grant 

ninth. Mavois, who broke down, and Augean, 
were the last two. 2 min 60 sec. 

Cartw Slake* of 56/- : 6 fur. 
TheOldFox. byHarkHway, 4yi8, 

H^tblb - - - Hornsby.jnn. 

F.q«iria.8yr*,7stl0lb - 
Laundryiiiaid, ajed. fist 31b 
Hood. 3yrs, 7»i7lb 
Mr Miln I, 4 yrs, Sat nib 

5 t'» 4 a>.'Si Km""»*- 5 to 2 agst L..ui»arviiiaid, 
4 to I agsi The Old l"ox. and 9 t.. i as;»l Houd. \\ on 
by a length ; a bad thtid. I min 17 sec. 

Burgh Slakei ot SOt ; 4 fur. 
Lanndrymaid. by Wimoman, aged, . 

awBib - - - Hom^by..lun. 

The Handsome Doe, 8 yrs. «.t 7lb U • tic«i«r 
Hind of Uie Fore*U 5 yrs. 7»l 1 Hb W . AUiale » 
Dorset. 4 yrs. Bi^taib. - ^- * l"","f J 

Claymore. 8 yrs. est 71b - - _.^»'>"* « 

lole.8yrs,a.t7lb - - E. M^-rp 

Sarcasm, 8 yrs. 7st lib - - Crouch 

B.f.by Astrucan-UdySarah.Syrs, 

flstTlb - - Rob. Shei wood 

Master Murray, aged. Sst Gib - •'•'c'-'«»i « 

Tuscan, 5 yrs. 7st I lib - Dockrray 

2 to I a«st Handsome Doe. 7 to 2 aijst Hind ol the 
Forest, and 6 to l agst any other Woo by a length. 
Tlie winner, enteied to be sold tor 90L, wa* sold far 
«|{. SO sec. 

THURSDAY.— JSpsom Four Year Old Slakee of 

ISOl. ; I mi. 4 fur. 

Quasimodo, by Harkawny,8»l 61b F. Butler I 

Normanton.8*t61b - - J. Maison 2 

A to 8 on Quasimodo. Won by a length. 8 mm. 

Durdane Stakee of 70/. ; 1 mi. 2 fur. 

Christiana, by Oalipoli, 4 yrs, flst lllb 1 hick 1 

Heroine, 4 yrs, 6st lllb - • B. Sharp 8 

Harum-scarum, S yrs. 4st Bib (carr. Sst) N. Trcen 3 

The Verderer, 8 yrs. 6st lib - Hiett 4 

6 to 4 agst Harum-scarum, and 2 to I agst Chris- 
tiana. Won by turee lengths. 2 min. 17 sic. 

Growd Stand Handicap of SSSL ; 2 mi. 2 fur. 
Escape, by Lanercost, 5 yrs, 7»t lib Charlton 1 
Jelly-fish, 4 yrs, estialb • Kitchener 2 

Herbert, 4 yrs, 7«»t lib - - E- Sharp 8 

Dough, S yrs, Sst 7lb - ♦ „ - Magee 

Lady K¥elyn,4yrs,8st6n> Eartho omew 

Eagle's Plime, a yrs, 7st lib - Chauple 

Lady Frances. 5 yrs. 6st 71b' - u®;*l*?"J 

2 10 1 agsi Herbert, 8 to I agst Dough. 4 to 1 agst 
E»capt'.5 to l ug»i Jelly-fish, and 5 to I agst Lady 
Erelyn. Won by a head ; Jdy-fish beating Her- 
bert by two lengths ; the otlicre beaten off. 

Jfonsueh Slakes of 8.V. ; 4 for. 
Beaufort, by Joho-o' -Gaunt, 2 yr», 7»t *f- Brown 1 
Solomon, 2 yrs, 7»t - ^ "„ t»o loway 8 

MissUrkaway.8yrB,8stlllb Bartholomew 8 

Vigilant, 2 yrs, 6st lllb - - W . Sharpe 4 

B.r. byEpirus— DarkSusan.Syrs, 

est 1 lib - - I'^b. Sherwood 5 

5 to 4 each agst Beaufort and Solomon. Woa by 
half a length ; a neck between the second and third ; 
Vigilant well up. 

Cobham Stakes of 4H. ', 1 mi. 
Aristocrat, 3 vrs. est 71b - "^i}"^".? i i 

My Mary, aKed.7st 121b - ' ^- ^t'^ ? " 

Rubina. 8 vrs, e»t 4lb - ^, T. Smith 2 dr 

Both heats won in a canter. The winner, enlered 
to be sold for »50f., wai »old by auciino for 2«0<. 
FRIDAY.— Inn*etfpe»»' FUte of SOL (Handicap) ; 
1 mi. 2 fur. 
Beebee Bonnoo, by Velocipede, 4 yrs, 

7st8lb - - - , Flatman 1 

Rodney, 4 yrs^ast , ♦ J. Dockciay 2 



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Athelvtane, 5 jn, 8at Mb - J. Sharp 8 

The Old Fax, « yr», Fst 7lb • Hornahy, jua. 

Ka«tilliun, 4 jn, 7>«t 7lb - - Abrabains 

Defiance, late Burghtey, i yrs, fut 71b B. Sharp 
B f. b; Lanercott— Counteat, Syn.ectlOlb Hiett 
Maitial,:}yr», «Kt - - Barker 

bloi. Hgsi Bei-bee Bunnoo, 7 to t ng<tt The Old 
F-'ox, 7 to 1 agst Martini, and 8 to I agat any other. 
Won by a length, Rodney beating AthelAtane by 
tvolei^(ihi; Defiance a bad loorih. Smio. 18»ec. 
Oakt Slakn of 34ia/.. for 8 yr old fiUiei, 8st 7lb ea. ; 

1 mi. 4 fur. 
Rbedycina* by Wintonian - • F. Butler 1 

KathU'en - - - A. Day 2 

Cotintew - - - S. Mann 8 

TiflT- - - . Tcniiileinan 

Ch. f. bv SUne^-Exotic • - S Rogers 

Fernanda - - . W. Abo ale 

Gillyfiower - - Bartholomew 

Sacrifice • . . J. Mar»on 

lihtalette ... Flat man 

Clelia - - - Nonnaa 

Kliza Middletun < . . Siiupxin 

Cora - - - W. Boyce 

ftirter lo Swallow, by Lanercost - Buinby 

Probity ... Mai low 

&=lster to Pillage, by Lanercost • J. Holme* 

8(o 1 ag«i Eliza Jkiidaleton, 11 to 8 agst Probity, 
6 to 1 ag»t Rhedycina, 6 to 1 agtt Tiff. 8 to 1 a^at 
Kxotic filly, 18 lo 1 agst Kuihl««n, 12 to 1 as;st de- 
lta, 20 lo 1 agst Estafetie, nO lo I agst Couuiens, and 
±'i lo 1 ag^t Sacritice. Won by a len ;th ; a bead be- 
tween second and thirds £stafvite fourth. Gilly- 
fl..wer filth. Tiff sixth, and I'rol.ity seventh ; Fer- 
niiiide aiid Sacrifice were the last two. i! min. M »ec. 

Memhert^ Plate of lOl.; Mnropolitan Stakes Co. 
^ am Hood, by St. M urtin, & yrs, ust 

101 h . " - Abrahams I 

T' e Old Fox. 4 yrs, Sst 6lb C. Mornnby, jun. S 

2 to 1 agst The Old Fox. Won by half a distance. 

Derby and Oak$ Stak»t of SOL ; I mi. 

Heroine, 4 yrs, tist lolb (car. 6&tlSlb) E. Sharp 1 | 

Tiiscun, syrn, 7''t4lb > Dockeruy S 2 

liaitta,4yrs, estlOlb . . O. Gontcr 8 8 

The first heat won by a length, the second by 
laif a lenKth. The winner, entered to be sold for 
j(M., was sold for 6»/. 

NEWTON. 
WEDNESDAY, Jkiw b.—HajfHoek Stake$ of 40/. ; 

once ro. and a dis. 
Administrator, by Inheritor, « yrs, 

78t lOlb . - - w. Sharp* I 

Clara. « yrs, 7st lOlb • Whitehouse 8 

7 to 4 on Admioistrator. Won by two lengths. 
Ihe winner claimed for SOl. 

Golbornt Staket pf 1751.. for 2 yr olds ; 4 fur. 
Sifter to Wanota. br Simoom, Sst Hb C. Marlow 1 
Black Doctor. Sst 5 b - .0. Abdaie 2 

The Reaper, Sst 5lb - Whitehnuse 8 

B c. by Venison— Venus, Sst Mb Cartwright 4 

Even on Sis. to Wanota, ft to 2 agst The Reader, 
and 8 to 1 agst Black Doctor. Won by a length. 

Gold Cup, value 460/. ; S mi. and a dis. 
Duxhury, by Lanercost, 8 yrs, ft«t 41b Wells 1 

Chanpioa, 4 yrs, 7»t . - Charltnn 8 

Lady Hylda,tl yrs, 7st 181b > G. Abdaie 8 

King-fisl<er, aged, 7st 12lb - Fowloa 

B. c. by Gladiator— The Lily, 4 yrs, 6st 

181b. • • ' G Dates 

Mark Tapley, 8 yrs, est • > Arnold 

7 io4 a«st Champion, 5 to 2 agst Kiogfifther, 4 to 1 
agst Mark Tapley, 9 to 2 agst Duxbury, nnd 7 to i 
agst Lady Hylda. Won ly huif a length; Lady 
Hylda a moderate third. 

Plate of sol. ; 1 mi. Sfur. 
John Dory, by Alpheus, 4 yra, 

Sst lib - • Whitehoiue Oil 

Sweep, 8 yrs, 7st . Wakefield 15 2 

Shamrock, 8 yrs, 7st (carr7st8lb) Noble 2 4 8 

Brocoli. Syrs, 6st nib •■ - Escott 3 3 dr 

KoM Bradwardine, 8 yrs, est 

lllb . <. . Brand wood 2 dr 

rchereis, Syrs, «st nib - Oswam dr 



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Zaidee,8yTs,esl lllb - Evan* 9 dr 

Tower, 8 yrs, 7it - W. Sharpe dr 

Each hc«t woo cleTer:y. 

THURSDAY.-S<. Legtr Slake$ of 8«0l., for Syr 



<—St. Legtr Slake$ of 8 
olds ; i mi. 4 fur. 



Knight of Gwynne, by Gilbert G«rney, 

8« 7lb - . - W. Oates I 

The Earl of Warwick, sst 71b . Lilly a 

Duxbury. Sst 71b . - J. Holmes 8 

Mark Tapley. Sst 71b - Cartwright 

Jack Bright, 8st7Ib . -G. Whitehouse 

Harriott, Sst 21b . - C. Marlow 

1'he Cahtle, Sst Tib . • Denman 

2 to 1 agst Knight of Owrnna, 8 to 1 agst Earl of 
WaruUk, 7 lo 2 each agst Harriott and Jack UrigK** 
and 5 to 1 ai;at Uttxburr. Won by half a length ; 
C'.stla fouith ; Jack Brigga toxd liarriott next, and 
.Mark Tapley last. 

Bonm-ih Cup (Handicap) of 4451. ; 2 mi. 4 for. 
Achyranthea, by Thimk, 8 yra, fiat 4lb Wells 1 
Champion, 4 yrs. 7st lib . - Charlton f 

Blucher, 5 vrs, 7*t Olb - . Dawson 8 

Smuegler Bill, aged, 7it7Ib - W. Oates 

Ada Mary, 4 yrs, 7»t Ub • Onborne 

Augean, 8 vrs, Sst 4lb • . At^hmall 

Even on Blucher, 5 to 8 agst Champion, and 5 to 1 
each aest Smuggler Bill, Ada Mary, and Achvran. 
thes. Wun bv nail' a length ; the name between 
second and thud ; the oibk-rs beuten off. 

Smepilaket of 45/. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Lady Uvlda, by Robin Gi«y, 6 yrs, 

lOst lib - - . G. Abdaie I 

California, 8 yrs, est 91b . Wiiberforce 8 

Zaidee, Syrs. 6i«t 11 b - . Tharlion 8 

5 to 4 on Zaidec, and 7 to 4 agst Lady Uvlda. Won 
by lour lengths. 

Plate, a Streep of 50/. ; 1 mi 4 fur. 
Otneral Sale, by Coronation, 4 yrs, 

Sst lulb . . . G. Abdaie 1 | 

Arcberess, 8 yrs, Sst 7>b • - Gurse 8 S 

Both heats won easily. 

FRIDAY— St. Helen' t Puree of If 5' ; 4 fur. 
Harriott, by (iUdiator, 8 yrs, Hst 71b Whitehouse 1 
Eitrl • f Warwick, 8 yrs, Sst lOlb . Lilly 2 

Black Doctor, 8 ym, Sst lOlb > Osborne 8 

Rrightonia, 8 yrs, Sst 7lb > Holmes 

Br. f. by Gladiator— Sprite, 8 yrs, 

Sst 71b ... G. Aldale 

Lass ol Underley. 8 yrs, Sst 71b 0. Marlow Q 

The Reclttt^e, 3 yrs, 8»t 7lb - W. i-hnrpe 

7 to 4 agst Harriott, 8 lo I agst EnrI of War»i' k, 
4 to 1 agst Rrightonia, and 5 to 1 each agst Black 
Doctor and Recltise. Won by half a length: a 
length between the second and third; I>nss of Un- 
derley fourth, Sprite filly fiflh, and Ke(.lu:»e last. 
Stand Ctat of 115/. (Handicap) ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Broun Fy, by Bay Middleton, agi-d, 

7'*^iy> ... W. Sharpe I 

Ml I , Bsi 71b . Holmea % 

Tl ' /»t 21b • Arnold 8 

John Uvrj, -J JT-. Til" - - Charlton 4 

l:^ n iiEL C'iLktd^i. 2 to Tagst B.riy, 8 lo I ngt 
M. df l.f^*!^ 'iinil 7 ib 2 agst J. Dory. Won by a 
lei^^ ih ; a ani^ajj be> o i!cn secdnd and third. 

A'l vlan Hatkiikcij- of 65/. ; once ro. and a dia. 
AdA Marr, tuy ll^hy Aliddleton» 4 yrs, 

7it ];iJb - - Osborne Oil 

dmiEiif ial>ur, g H-i, Sst 5lb Holme* 1 S t 

Laijv UyL^u.eyT>. :i4t7lb. G. Abdaie 3 4 8 
Laci^Enci, lyTkt r^t lOlb . Arnold 8 dr 

Gci;Tal SmlBn i VIE. tfsi 7lb Whitehouse 8 dr 
Roko Ufnilw.iiiili.iF, t]yrs,6st Wells dr 

Lynif, eyF», Fbi Jib - • Denman dr 

Fijrirriv B Iff., -.-n - Noble dr 

The first Had second he«u won by a neck ; the se* 
cond by half a lengtlu 

Plate of eof . I 1 mi. 4 ftir. 
Acbyranthes, by Thirsk, 8 yrs, 

est 41b . . Osborne 8 11 

Wtlmont, 8 yrs. 69t 4lb . Wells 18 8 

Pizarro. tged, 9«t Sib > . Noble 3 3 8 

First heat won by a neck, scond by sevirni 
lengths, and third in a cant«t. The winner « laimcd 

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- Athmall 8 1 1 
C. bf GladUtor— Lily, 4 jra, 

8»t«lb ... G.Oates 1 8 S 

Antbonj, 4 yn. 7st 7lb • W. Shtirpe 4 8 dr 

Arcberom, 8 yn. Sat 6lb • Wells 8 dr 

Pint hemt won by a length, aecond aad tbird io a 
canter. The winaar waa claimed for BOL 

LENHAM. 

WEDNESDAY, Jum y-StwetptUkgi oCiLl. ; 
I mi. and a dia. 
Sir Bcnjandn, by Lanercost, 4 yn. 

Sat loTb - - Vates 1 1 

little Queen, aged, 9«t 4lb • Huckeit 4 8 

Little Fanny, aged, 8*t 4lb - Bailer 8 8 

HrKtmmlnSch. in..4yn, 8it;lbSaunder>> 1 3 4 

Garibaldi, 4 yn. Sat 7lb Homaby. fun. 8 dr 

Partial Eclipae, 8 yra. 7at 4lb Maaville 8 dr 

Irisb La«a, aged, 9at 4lb • Brentwell dr 

Petrovna, aged, 9at 4lb • Sknmona dr 

Wtay-uot, 5 yn. 8ai 181 b - Eatweil dr 

Sweet Sauce, 5 vra. Sat 131b • Pn<trt dr 

New Forest Deer, 4 yr^ Bit 7lb • Arthur o ilr 

Kirat hewt won by a neck ; accond by a length ; 
third by half a neck. 

ChiUoH Park Stak«» of Ml. ; I ml. 4 fur. 
Sir Gilbert, by Lanercoat, 4 yr», 

8st7lb - • Abruhama 8 1 t 8 I 

Sam Ho<>d,5yTa.0st4lb - Snit S 8 t 1 S 
Manifold, 8 yn, 7« Mnn-ville 1 4 4 4 dr 

ImpcriNl, 9 yra. 8st Sib - YcMtra 8 S 8 8 
Marchloneta. 4 yra. Sat 4lb Pcinnby 4 5 dr 
Zii-ka. 6yr8. 9at91b . Batly bolted 

First he.it won by half a length : aecund by a 
length ; third a dead he it ; fourth and Itith won 
enaily. 

Carinlhinn Stales of 44/ ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Cloth worker, by P. Warden, 4 yra, 

lOat lOlb - . - Pnrr 1 1 

Im«. aged, IS»t - - WiUln 8 

ilitaidram, aged. Hat 4lb - Barling 8 

MfUil«rMiirray(h.b.),nsed, list 81b Allen 8 
rnller Qal, 6 rn, llat 81b .> Johnson 8 

Cherry, 4 vn,' IO«t 13lb - - Pybus 

The Captain (late Uibury,) aged, 

Ust4lb 



Winch 

Pandea, 8 yn. Set 4lb - • Cameron 

Sir Benjamin, 4 yra, lOot 71b - Land dr 

DanTocker, 5 yra, lut 181b • Simmons dr 

Both heata won ea»ily. 

HtMera' Siaktt of 871 ; 1 mi. 4 fnr. 

Lady Ford wicb, h.b., lOst nib Eatweil 1 1 

Tiger. lOat 4lb > - Land 8 

Alexander, icat 9lb - • • Salt 8 8 

Jenny Lind ... Morgan 8 

Ipecacnanha, lOst 9lb - Durntord 

I.ittlu Queen, lOst 91b • • HRckett bo 

Spot, Ost 41b . . Land dis 

The first heat won by a length ; the second by a 

head. 

ASCOT. 

TUESDAY. June 11.— Tr/aZ Stakta of 70t , 1 mi. 
Flaicatcher. by Touchstone, S yra, Pst Rogers 1 
Nina. 4yn. Ssiylb • - Bdvce 8 

Blondette, 8 yra, 7st 41b - S. Mimn 8 

Even en Nina. 10 to 6 agat Flatcatcher, and i to 1 
agst lllond tte. Won by a length ; a bad tbird. 
1 min. 58 sec. 

Siottvtakn of (OOI., for 8 vr olda ; 8 fur. 
Brother to Drakelow, by Don John, 

Sft 71b . • 'J. Maraon I 

Ginerra, 8at81b ... Flaiman 8 
Olympian, Sat Tib • • F. Butler 8 

5 to 4 each agst Ginerra and Olympian, and 
18 to 8 agst Bro. to Dratielow. Won by a neck 
Olympian beaten a length. 1 min. 88 seo 

jiaeot Derhv SUIm el 6891.. for 8 yr olds : 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Musician, by LAoercost, Sat 7lb Bartholomew 1 
Ghillie L'allum, Sat 71b - . Flatman 8 

UtTCcbt, 8at 71b . . . Marlnw 8 

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Nutcracker, Sat Tib • • Noiman 

Vnlentlne, Sat 7lb . . W. Abdate 

9 to 4 aeat Ghillie Callum. and 8 to 1 agst Mu- 
sician. Won by two lengths ; half a length be- 
iwepn lecond »nd third; Valentine fourth. 8 min. 
48 see. 

A*rot Staket of 7051. ; 8 mL 4 fur. 
Wanota. by Simoom. 8 yn. 8kt J. KTanon 1 

Vampyre, 8 yn, «*t 4lb - . Flatman 8 

Pire-ea er, 4yn, 7st3lb > Chappie 8 

Montague, 4 yrs.7Mt Ob . • K. Pcttit 

Ketail, 4 yn, 7»t 51b - - G. RroHo 

Saiiter<la-Coupe, 4 yn, 7* . > Rodney o 

Clurlssa, 4 yn, 7st - - Dockeray 

Diirdans, 4 yrs, 5st 1Mb (carr. 5st 

I3ib) . ■ m - Rob. Sherwood 

Imprersion, 8 yn, 4at lOlb • T. Smith 

8 to 1 agst Vamprre, 8 to 1 agat Wanota, 8 to 1 
agHtSauicr-la Co(ipe,7 to 1 agat Fire eHter, 8 to I 
ag*t Retail, 10 to I agat Durdans. and 15 to 1 agat 
Irapreaalon. Won by half a Ii*ngth : the anme bi^ 
tween second and tbiid ; Saater-la Coupe a bad 
fourth. 4 min. 48 s( c. 

The qufien^i K'lse, with 140<. ; 8 mi. 
Mildew by Slaiie, 8 yrs, 7iit Sib (carr. 

7si5lb) ... Flatman 1 

OfHcioiis, 3 yn, Sat 181b - . Kitchener 8 

Br.c.by Sir ilerculea— Dark Susan, 

8 vr*, f St 131b • - Hob. Sherwood 8 

LiUle Jack.Syrs. 7st8lb . . PeUit 4 

EKcape, 5 yrs, Sst 7lb - - F. Butler 5 

Miart Ann. 4 yrs. Sat 9'.b - .J. Marson « 

5 to 4 agst omclous. 7 to 2 agst Miss Ann, 4 to 1 
a;;8t Litt le J ack, and 5 to I agst Mildew. Won by a 
length; half a length between second and third; 
Little Jack a bad fourth. 8 min. 50 sec. 
Third Year of the Jnot Trievnial S/oict of 890(. ; 

1 mi. 7 fur. 154 yds. 
Vatican, br Venison, Sat 7lb > Templeman 1 
Eltliiron. Slit 71b ... Harlow 8 
MounHper, Sal 7lh • > F. Butler 3 

Repletion. Usi 7lb • - - W. Abdule 4 

Ma<'a«r, S«t 7lb - • W. Bovce 5 

Mary, 8»t4lb . " - . Sly e 

8 to I agat Mounseer, 9 to 8 ai^at Elthiron, 3 lo 1 
ng«t Vatican, and 5 to l agst Replct'on. Won hy 
hiiir a lergth ; Elthiron beating Mounseer by a 
len;{tli i Ueplet'on a bad fourth. 8 min. 8S sec. 

Wehomt Stakt^of 8851. : 1 ml. 4 fur. 
The C unless, by Robert de Gorham. 

841 Sib - . . Flatman I 

The Swtde, Sst 7lb . - W. Abdale 8 

titreclit. Sst 7lb . . - Marlow 8 

Tlio Gent, Sst 7lb • • Rcgers 

renann, Sst 71b . • Bnrt' olomew 

Sweet lieart, 8«t lOlb > Templeman 

5lo8 each agst The Swede, The Countess, and 
Ponang. Won by a length , The Swede be<it*nir 
litrecUt by a length and a half; Tlie Gent a bad 
fourih. 

The first year of the Second Trienmial Slakee of 
9501.: 5iur. 188 yds. 
Mlserrim^, by Pantaloon, Sst 4lb ISliltehouBe 1 
Mr Merryman, »st 71b •• • Templemen 8 

Cnaeus, Est 71b > - • Marlow 8 

roiicnia. 8st4lb - ■• Marron 

Melita. Sst 41b ... Norman 
Stnplefleld. Sst7lb • » Simpson 

Me«se Homburg. Sst 4lb • • R'gen 

Ginerra, Sst 4lb - - S. Mann 

Ch. c. by Velocipede->Lady Genidine, 

Sat 71b . . . F. Buller 

Louia Napo'eon,aBt71b * . Pe>irl 

C'ltalpn, Sat 4lb > - Flatman 

Knnok Knoll, Sst 71b • W. Abdale 

Auatralind, S«t7'b • • A.Day 8 

Fortuna, Sst 41b •• • Bartholomew 

5 to 8 agst Coticula, 8 to 1 agst Cneens, 4 to l agat 
Fortune. 8 to 1 agat Miaerrima, 8 to 1 each agst Mr 
Merrvtnnn. Knook KnuH, and Australtnd. Won by 
two lengths: a length between second and third; 
L»dy Geraldine colt. Hesse ilomburg, and KnuolL 
Knoll well up. I min. 81 sec. 

ProtiuM Sweepstakv of 501. : 8 ml. 
Cora, by The Provost, Sst 8lb Nonn tO'-walk over 



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WEDNESDAY.— Coroni/ion Stake«o( 9B01., for' 
8 jr old fill its; i mi. 
Cb. f. by Slane— Exotic, 8it lulb (Incl. 

81b ex.) - - - F. Biulcr 1 

ClelU. 8ft7ib « . . Fintmun s 

Tiff. Wt7>b ... Templeinnn 8 

& trt 4 ag»t Exotic fi!lv, 7 to i ngst Ctel^s, and 
2 to I agiit Titf. Won by a neckj Clelia beating Tiff 
by a bead. 1 min. M sec. 

IVinHtoT Town Plate of SO/. ; T.T.C. 
6. f. by Cowl— Celnndlne, S yr«, Aat 31b Cowley 1 
Br. f. by PaDUloon— Sberboc, S yn, 

M8lb - - W. Harlock S 

The Incurable. Syrn«3at alb - T. Smith 8 

MnCBw-. 4yrs, 8Ht 8lb • • W. Boyce 

MoD>i«en-ii>r. €yra, 98t - W. Abdnle 

Willinglmm, 4yrs, 8m 8lb - F.Butler 

B. r bv Kieinlia—Eveoiog Star, Syrii, 

5«t 31b •- ■ R. Chilman 

Bratherto Willinghaiii.Syrs, aat6lb G.Mann 
Ghio. 8 yrs. 7«t loTb - - Flntman 

Sl:pshod, 2 yrs. 5st 31b - . Kendall 

Countess oi' Albemarle, 8 vrs, 7Bt 7lb Basliam 

2 to 1 agst Bro. 10 WiillnKbam, fi to 1 ngut 
Montpcasier, 6 to 1 agstCowl filly, e to 1 agst Krem- 
lin nily, 8 to 1 agot any other. Woo by a teaifth ; a 
length and a half between the second and th rd : 
the Kremlin filly next, and Bro. to WlUingbam 
filth ; the others beaten off. 1 miu. 21 sec. 



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queen'M Plat* of lOsr. ; 2 ml. 7 fur. 1S4 yds. 
Tlie Gent, by The Nob, » yrs, 7et 21b Dockeray 1 
Kire.eHter, 4 yr>i, 9H 2tb - fioyce 2 

Ferniiill. ft yrii, tOst - - Te>nplemnn 8 

Even on Fire-eater, S to 4 ag^st Fi-rnhill, and 4 to I 
n^it 'llie Gent. Won by a length ; the same be> 
tween second and third. 6 min. at sec. 

Windsor Stake$ of 890/.. for 8 yr olds ; 1 mi. 6 fur. 
('nnboo, by Venison, 8st Tib - • Flaltnan t 

Thlitlcilown. 8st 7lb - • - Sly f 

Musician, Ust 7lb - - Bartholomew 8 

Dtrecht, 88t 71b - - Marlow 4 

Lammas Lass, 8st Sib - W. Abdale 5 

5 to 4 on Cariboo. A dead heat; Musician 
beaten a neck. The stakes divided, and Thistle- 
down walked over. S min. id sec. 

Bm/al Hvnt Cup, value i09t., with 870/. : 1 mi. 
Hagley. by Sir Hercules, 5 yis, 6st 9lb Thick I 
Clelia, 8 yrs, 5st 51b - - W. Ilarlork S 

Stronybnw, 4yrs, 7stSlb - - Wnkefield 8 

Collingu-ood, aged. 0st 8lb • Flaiman 

Flatcaicher, 5 yrs, 8st - . Kdgers 

Ttie Moor, 5 yrs, 7>t 8lb - W. ALdale 

Bl.ick Engle, 4 yrs. 78t 7lb - Ralph Sherwood 
D.ilcet, nged, 7»t a»b - - Rodney 

Mildew. 8 yri>,7iit4lb • - Dockrr.iy 

(Edipus. 4 yrs, Ost iSlb - G. Brown 

Cheerful, 4 yrs, est iXlb - • Ki.chener 

WoodlarK, 4yrs, 6st lllb - Collins 

Flare-up. 8 yrs, est 101b * - Pavrs 

Susan Lovel,4yrs, OstO.b - E.Sharp 

Marouis or Conyngham, aged. But 8lb J . Mann 
Harriott, 8 yrs. Sit 7lb . . W. Sharp 

Wallflower, 4 yrs, 0tt 8lb - - 6. MHnn 

Bnronets, 8 yrs, est 21b • Cuwluy 

Dolly Vnrden, 4 yrs. Ost tlb Rob. Sherwood 

Tarn Wndlin, 4 yrs, est - Chai lion 

GiTcand-take. 8yrs, SstlUb - Hiett 

Pre»law. 8 yn», Sat Sib - - T. Smith 

9 to 2 agst Mildew, 6 to I agnt Ilag'.ev, 7 to 1 each 
"gat CoUingwood and Strongbow. H to I agst Cheer- 
ful, 12 to I each ag«it any other. Won bv two 
lengths; Cle'.ia beating Stron^bofw bv half a 
length ; Th« Moor h bad loarUi ; Cheerful fitth, 
and i'reslaw sixth. 1 min. 45 sec. 

Fern Hill Staket of 1301. ; 4 fur. 
Pnyraent by Slane, 2 vrs, 6st lUb »ockerav 1 

Prestige, 2 yrs, 6i>t 1 lib - HollowaV 2 

FernHTide, 8yrs. 8ct lllb • W. Abdale 8 

8 to 1 on Payment. Won by six length h. 
58 sec. 

StDeep$tnlct!t of 40(. ; 1 mi. 
recht, by The Provost Marlow ^walked over 



THURSDAY.~inii<ffor Forest Stofttfscf SO/. ; I mi 

Ofllcioas, by Pantaloon, 8st 7lb • Flatman w. o* 

Stceepetakei nf 7251., for 3 yr olds ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Cariboo, bv Venison, 8st3ib - Flatman I 

Thistledown, fMt Mb- • - Sly g 

Bttohranger, 8st lib - -J. Marsnn 8 

ClelU, 7st i3lb « . -Norman 4 

Longinm, 8st 8lb « - Botfen S 

Little Jack. 8st 8lb - - . Marlow 9 

e to 4 agst Longinns. 8 to 1 agst Cariboo, and 
4 to 1 «ach agst Thistledown and Bushrangnr. 
Won by a length ; Tlilstledown beating Itusliranger 
by half a length ; Clelia well up. 2 min. 45 sec. 

Vuitore' Plate (Handicap) of ICO/. ; once to. and 

Fernhill, by Ascot, 9 yrs, 8st 4lb Templeman 1 
Gi\e-and tHke. 8 yrs. 5st lOlb • Uiett M 

Retail, 4 yrs. 78t 8lb - - Dockeray 9 

IrapreKSlon, a yrs, Sst • - T. Smith 4 

Mary, 4 yrs, «st • - Collins i 

5 to 2 ngst Fernhill, 3 to 1 agst Impression, 7 to fl 
agot Retail, and 4 to I each aiist Mary and Give* 
and -take Won bv a len^^th ; the same between se- 
cond and Aird ; Imprei^ioa a bad fourth. 8 vain' 
55 sec. 

The Emperor 0/ Ruteia't Plate, value 500/.. with 
200/. ; 2 mi. 4 fur. 
The Flying Dutchman, by Bay Afiddleton, 

4 yx», 8&t Sib - - . Marlow 1 
Jericho, aged, Sst gib - - Rogers t 
Ciuiezou, Syrs, 8st lllb - - F.Butler 8 
Little Jack, 8 yrs, est lOlb .- J.Mann 4 
Peep-o' day Boy. e yr*, Sst 8lb - A. Dar 6 

7 to 4 on llie Plying Dutchman, S to I agstCane- 
zou, 7 to 1 agst Peep-ol-day Boy. Won by eight 
len<;th8 ; two Ienj>tbs between second and third. 
4 min. 40 sec. 

I. Jamei't Palace Stakee of 750/., for 8 yr old* } 
I mi 

Nutcracker, by Nntwith, 8«t 71b - Marlow 1 
Sergius, est 71b . . Flatman 8 

Zadoc, 8st71b - • - S. Roaera » 

Mickleton. 8st7lb • - F. Butler 4 

Mou»e. 8st 71b - . . W. Boyce 9 

ft to 2 ag^t Mouse, 8 to 1 each agst Mirkleion an* 
Nutcracker, and 4 to 1 each agni Zudoc and Ser- 

fius. Woo by a neck; Ser^itia beating Mickleton 
y a head, and the latter beating Zuduc by a neck. 
1 min. 57 wc. 

If em Stakee of seo/., for 2 yr olds ; S fur. 188 yds. 
Citadel, by Epirus. Sst alb . Flntman 1 

Heartof Oak. 8st7Ib - . M;.rl.>w S 

Buckhound, 8st 121b (inel. Sib ex.) S. Mann 8 
Orosvenor, 8st 71b - - . W. Day 

Merry-ueHl. Sst 8lb - - Templeman 

Ch. e. by Sir Hercules— Adela, Sst 7lb Sly C 

Turtle, est 71b - - Rogers 

Sir Rowland Trenchard, 8it 7lb > A Day 
Knook Knnll, Sst 7lb - • Whitehoiuc 

Faux-pas (bred abroad). Sat 7lb J. MaiM>n 

JackRobiufon. estylb - - W. Abdale 

5 to 2 agst Citadel, 8 to 1 agaimt Faux-nas, 4 tn 1 
agst Merry-peal, 4 to 1 agst Buckhound. 5 to 1 agst 
Grosvenor, 7 to 1 eaoh agst Turtl.- and Heart of 
Oak. 8 to 1 agst Adela colt. Won by two leuKths ; 
half « length between second and third; K. Knoll 
a bad fourth. 1 roln. l8 sec. 

StavH Plate of 70/. ; 1 mi. 4 for. 
Radulphus. by The Saddler, aged, Sst lllb Sly 1 
I'reslaw. 3 yrs, (ist lib - - Harlock 9 

Trounccr. 6 yrs, Ost 18lb - Bartholomew 8 

Watchdog, e vrs, 8i>t3lb . S. Koscrs 4 

Gr. c. by Varulam— Whim, 4 yrs, 

8»t Jib - . . Wakffield 

Ladv Frances, 5 yrs. 7st 13lb W. Aldale 

UelllMimH (h. b.), 3 yrs, Sst iSlb - Lowe 

StC'.nd-»ight, 4yr!', 7»tSlb •• DocVe/av 

Countess of Albemarle, 3 yrs, Sst I2lb Hiptt 

2 10 I agst Prcslaw, 4 to I earh ag»t Radulphus 
and Setofid-night, 6 to I «g..t Watchiloj, and e to 1 
agst Lountes* of A Ibemnrle. V on hv two let^gths ; 
Pteslaw beating Trouncer by a length ; Waicbdoff 



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foarth. The winner was claimwl for SON. 
49s«c. 

7RI0A7.— 9u>#<p</aJt«.< of 7S^.. tat 9 yr olds ; 1 mi. | 

Br. c. hv Velocipede— Ladjr UeralUine, l 

Jht 71b - - P. Butler I ' 

Bringtoo. 8*1 71b - - - FUtmHii S 

5 te S on Brington. Won by « lengtb. 2 min. 7 see. 

SKtn$take$ of 701., for 8 yr olds ; 4 fur. 
Ch. c. by Velocipede^ Lady Get aldine. | 

SK 7lb • • - P- Butler 1 

Catalpn, 8at4lb . - . Ploiman S 

6 to 4 on CatAlpa. Won by a length. I mm. 8 sec. 

Pirtt Clau of the Wokivgham Stukte of 80/. ; 6 fur. 
Wallflower, b? Magpie, 4 yrf, 6st 181b G. Brown 1 
Cora. 8 yrs, Sitt 4lb - • W. Uarlock 2 

The Moor. 5 yr*. 8»t 81b - - W. Abdale 

Moeador. 6 yrs, 7't I016 - ' Croi;ch 

Dofiy Vnrden, 4 yra, 7*t 4lb - R. Pottit 

SusAn l.ovell, 4 yn>. 7st - Rodney 

The Crowner, 4 yra, 7»t - - F,. Shwrp 

Marquia of Conynftham, aged* Sat Ifilb J. Mann 
Bva. 4 yra. 8bt Vlb . Bobt. Shf rwood 

Freda*. 8 yra, eat - - - CoUina 

Sergiua. 8vra, &«t nib - > H^ett 

Brington. 8 VIS. aat8ib - T.Smith o 

1 to I aiiat tora. S to 8 ag«tWHll flower. 6 to 1 ench 
Bffft Dolly VHidcn anct ftlarquia or Conyngham, 
and 8 to I agit nny other. Mon by u head; the 
same b<;tween Cora and Pr«.«lHW, nnd n neck 
between the latter nnd Era ; Brington, Sergius, 
D. Varden» and The Bloor clo^e U|i. l min. U bee. 

Tht Great Westtrn Raitiray Handicap Ol HOI. ; 
I mi. 4 fur. 
ThI«tledown, by Thiatlewhippcr, 3 yra, 

Sat 81b - - - T. Smith 1 

The Swede, 3 yra. 6at 4lb - - tlictt S 

Vammrrc, 8 yra, 8at lOlb » FIntraan 8 

Docility, 4 yra, eat 01b - - Thick 4 

(Edipaa, 4 yra, 7st - - Dockerav 

Old English Ui-ntleman, 4 jra. Oat 41b W Sharp : 
Brennus. 8 yra, est 4lb - - nHkham 

Queenaberry, 4 yra, eat 81b W. (lurlo k 

Boshrqfiger, 3 vra, 5*t 91b - G. Munn 

A to S agHt Docility, 8 to 1 ngtt TliiKtledown, 4 to 1 
agKt Vampyre, e to i ag-t Queenaberry, 7 to 1 Hgst 
CEdipus, nnd .8 t» 1 ug>t any u'her. Won Ly a 
length : two lengths between second and tliird; a 
neck iMtneen third nnd fourth. 8 min. 42 see. 

Second Clat$ of tb« Wokingham StaksM of 43/. ; 
8 fur. 
Woodlnrk, by Venison, 4 yn, 7st 81b Kitchener I 
Penang. 8 yrs, 7tt ♦ - W.Smith 8 

Strongbow, 4 yn. Sat 6lb - - Wakriield 8 

Nina, 4 yra, 7at 181b • . - Bovce 

Crucible, 4 yia. 7si 4lb (carr. 7st 61b) FUtman 
Mnry, 4 yra, eat 71b - - Coilioa 

Imprersion. 8 yrs, 9<«t 101b - • T. Smith 

8 to I agat Crncible, 8 to I a^at Strongbow, 7 to 8 
■g«t Nina, 5 to t ngst Pennng,6 t.t I agst Impres- 
sion, and e to i agat Woodlaik. Won by a length ; 
Strongbow n bad third. 1 min. ST sec 

Bonimh Mtmbi-rt* rial* of 9ul. ; Old Mi. 
Monae. by Mua, 8 yra, 7at Chappie 1 

Defaultpr. 5 yrs. &t lOlb - Whitchou-e 8 

I he Old Pox. 4 yrs, tat 7lb liornsbv, jun. 8 

Fern, e yra, 8at lOlb . > -. Roi.-cra 4 

Mogadof, 6 yrs, Ost • - Cxuuch ft 

to a agar Defaulter, 5 to S affSt Mouse, and 4 to I 
•ast The Old Fox. Won by a head : The Old Fux 
a bnd iliitd. The winner claimed for IM, I rain. 
Msec. 

KNIGHTON. 
FRIDAY, Junt U.—Stanagt Stakes of 26t ; 
1 ml. 8 fur 
Bacton, by The Ilyatn, 8 yrs, 

,*iMb . - - Weerer 8 1 I 

R'ct. 4 yis, SstSIb • - 18 2 

Flirt, 4 vra. fwt «lb • -. 4 8 dr 

The Maid of Lorn, 4 yrs, 8st £Ib - 8 dr 

Jlndnorsbirt Cup of \00l. : 2 mi. 8 fur. 
MisaSpring. by GladiMtor, 8yrB,7itftlb I'reece t 
Bird of Paradise, 5 yra, fiat ftlb 



Ainbawadxew, 4 yrs, 8aC 91b • 



Sellna, 4 yrs. Sat 91b - - - 4 

Idly Dawson, (h.b.), 3 yr«, 7st - d 

Knighton Handicap of Ul. : 8 ml. 4 fbr. 
The Mor»ol, by a Bran horse (h.b.), 

6 vra, l-.at - - Mr Ilankins 1 
Wiaeacre, e yrs, list 4lb - • - 8 
The Baronec (b.b.) aged, ISst 71b • 8 

Toten Purae ottV. ; 1 mi. 2 fur. 
AkIb, by Saieguard, 5 yrs, 9it lOlb • Sly 1 

The Pilot. 8 yrs, Bat 4lb - - . 4 

Gratitude, 4 yra, 9st 41b - • -8 

The Maid of Lorn, 4 yrs, Sst 4lb • 4 

Mr Toots, 4 yra, tf»t 41b - . -5 

Pomona, 8 yrs. 9at lOlb - • 8 

Hunt Cup, value of 80/. ; 8 mL 
Black Bess, by Sheet Anchor (h.b.), 

nged. 18at - • MrStubbs 1 

AgiB, .•» yrs,Ilst 131b ... 8 

Nmhtshade (h.b), aged, iSst - .8 

&Hrry Staktt, w«in by Matilda, beating Little 
Fan. 

SUTTON PARK. 

TUESDAY, June 18 —Stand Handicap of 601 ; 
1 mi. and a dis. 
General Sale, br Coronation, 4 yra, 

7st Ulh (mcl. 9tb ex.) - - Cooper I 

Fn/eley (h. b.), 7st Ulb - Yntea it 

Cosachia. e yra. 8sl 7lb • Wliitchouae 

Hnidee, aged, 8at Ulb • W. bharpe U 

Gaflfer Green, ngrd. Hat lib > Hutchiniton 

Cauliflower. »vrft,7»ti3lb - Denm.m 

The Meaae, 6 yu, n^t Sib (Incl. .Mb ex.) Evuns 
F.by Maralial Soult— sister to Kanfan, 

3yrs, 6ac4lb ... .Johnson 

7 to 4 ng^t Coaachin, 8 to 1 apat The Mease, 
4 to I each ngst Geuerul Sale and Fazeley. Wun 
by two lengtlis. 

Bhmingham Stakei of S83(. ; twice ro. and a dis. 
Wild Koae, by Euii'.iuaor Brmnbie, 

4 yrs, 7at 3lb - - W. Shnrpe I 

StGeorge, 8y)s, 0at4lb(lncl. nlbcx) Hiett 8 
B. m. by Jereed, d. by Cadlund, A yra. 

7rt ISlb .... Marlow 8 

6 to 8 on St Georee. 8 to I ngat the Jereed mare, 
and 4 to t agst Wild Hose. Won by two lengiha. 

MUitary SwtepUakei (A 7(A. ; T.Y.C. 

Ferdinand, Mat 7lb - • Mr Glasgow 1 

Oscar. Hat 7.b - - Cai<t Foriiter 8 

Sambo Suitoa. list 71b . Mr Scott 8 

Won in a canter. 

Btrmingham Lieeverd Vielunllert* Sttikee of 03/. ; 
1 mi iind n dis. 
The Monk, hr T».e Piior, 8 yrs. e*t Hlb WdU 1 
Emulous, late Rebecci. ft yrs, 8st8lb Whitehouse 8 
Kele».hfii. e vra, Hct 71b - Mnrlow 

FxKeU-y, (h.b.),age<t. oat 51b - Yntea 

Even unTlie Monk, and 8 to 1 agat Keleahen. 
Won by a Icitgib ; half a. length b«t«een second 
and third. 

Sutton Innkeepert* Stakf$ of 8J1. ; once ro. and 
adio. 
Administrator, by Inheiitor, yis> 

8st lOlb . . . Evans t I 

f(x>perial (late Thug). 8at 51b - Yntea 8 

Ciii/y Lnd.5 trii. hat lib - Drnman 

ThcTippler. 3 yn, 6»t lllb .W. Shaipe 

Pansey, 8 vrs, «»t lllb - • Well* 2 dr 

The first boat won by half n length, the second ^ y 
a neck. The winner entered to be sold for lUU 
guiotai ; was ao d by auction fur ISO guineas. 

WEDNESDAY.— SiKton Park Handicap of 47/. ; 
e for. 
Sbilmalier West, by Mornmg Star, 

8 yr*, 7*1 - W. Sharpe I 
The .Monk, 8 yrs, 7st 81b (incl. 71b 

ex\rn) ... Whiteliouac 8 

Cheapside, ag>d, PKt 7lb . Mnrlow 

Gatfer Green, aged. 8 t;lb • Ilutchin.nn 

lliiidee, a.ed.Sctrib . . Yatvs 

Citu iflover, 5 yrs, 8kt 5lb • Deoniaa 
F. by Maishal Soult-niiatcr tQ Nanfiin, 

8 yra. est lilb - . Eslcott 

9 to 4 agst Sbilmalier West, 6 to 4 a^st Tha 



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Monlc. 
Won 

Wla^ley Pool Stak.t of 175'. ; about 1 ml. 5 fur. 
K- leshea, by David Cb.b.), eyrt, 

7st8lb - - - W. Sharpe i 

Rlbnldry. S yT«, Jit l«lb - Whiti-honse 8 

Euret, 5 yw. 7»t tSib - - Estcoit 8 

PolooHiie. 4 jr», 7»t 4lb - - Arnold 4 

Bvrn on RibaMry, C to I ant Egret 8 to 1 asit 
rolonnU^, and 5 to 1 ag«t Keleiihea. Won by 
tli>«« paru of a loigth; two lengths between 
aacond and third. 

Edgbatton Plait o' Vil. \ onca TO. and a db. 
Imperial, by AiBaasln, 5 jrs, 

7,ti«lb - - W. Sharpe 1 1 

Clrcuiteer, 4 rr». 7»t 181b Wbitehoiis* 1 fi 
Fazclcy. (b. fa ).aged, 8tt 4lb Cooper 3 dr 

Won in a cinier. The winner entered to be sold 
for 00/. ; WH« so.d by aucti jn &r 7S/. 

Wml Bromtrieh Stalui of 831. ; once ro. and a di«. 
Sarah (laie Rabryce}, 5 yn, 

8»t lib - • Turner S I 1 

Clara. 6 yra, 8tt «lb - Whiteliouse 1 8 dit 
La MalhenreuM» » yrt.8»t lib 

(Incl. 81b oTer) - YatPt I dU 

Pitv-the-blind.4yn,7it6lbW.Sharp« 8 dr 

First ba^.t won in a canter by Clara, who alto 
•aiiM in first for the third heat, but went on the 
wrong aid* of the poU. 

AUST PASSAGE (BRISTOO. 

TUESDAY, Juna \9.~Handicnp Stotep'^taket of 
lal. ; I ml and a dU. 
Ladr Dhv, by Barnacle*, 4 yr», 

tOttSlfa - - A.Vivinn 1 1 

St Knth, 4 yre, »*t 7lb - A groom S t 

The Countfw, 8 yr«, 8at - Kellow 4 8 

Danella, 4 yr«, lott 5lb - Slocke :• 8 dr 

Frrtt h«at won by half a neck, the tecond easily. 

Bmndieap Burdl* Stakt of 1«I. ; 1 mi. and a die. 
Lady Day. agrd. list lib - A Vivian 4 1 1 
Little Nan, aged, list «lb - Haddy I 8 8 
QieenMab. Hged,»*t71b - 8 3 8 

Savwdiop, 6 yn», lO«t - - 8 4 4 

Won eatUy. 

HAMPTON. ^ „ , , „ 

WEDNESDAY, June 19.—Stand Plate oCiSi. ; 
1 mW 4 fur. 889 yds. 
Queensberry, by V»?niion, 4 yrs, ... 

'-a,, ,cib - - G. Brown t I 1 

Ma:me«V,ury 5 ym. net ' ^ ^ ^'^ ^ i * 

Ba«tinado. » rn, 7«t 7«b - Dockeray 8 « « 

Pir^t heat won by half a length ; aucond and third 
in a canter. 

Surrey avd Middletex Slnlet t>t 380'. ; fi ml. 
Little .JHtk, by Slanp. 8 yis, 7st - J. Mann t 1 
Dncilitv, 4 yrt 7«t 8Ib - S Mann t 8 

Tarn Wadlln. 4 yrs. 7»t 7!b - Dockeray 8 
Eiitile'» Plume, 5 v s «»t 7lb - J. Slmrp 
Mignon.eyis. 7»t5lb - WHkefl.ld 

Iiigh JiB.4 yr«. efttSib - Charlt<.n 

8 to I Hg»i Docllttv, 7 to 8 Eg t Llttl Jack, 9 to 2 
rach ajftt Mi^non and liii-h Jig. and 5 to I a;r-t 
Eagk-'a Plume. A ile id heat; abad third. 8 min. 
5 1 Sec. Decid ng hent i 6 to d oc Docility. Won 
by two It ngtha. 8 mi . S4 »«t'. 
Claremmt Staken of 651., f r 8 yr olda • hnlf a ml. 
Fa.x pa«. by Ta' ru.. Bat 7 b - Wakefi-ld 1 
Solnmon. 8«t 71b - - - A. Day 8 

Vig hint, est -(lb - - Dockerny 8 

Count Sw;Tel,8*.t 71b • - S.Mann 4 

The Imurab'e P«t4lb • J.Smith 5 

II to Son .Solomon. 8 to 1 a^at Faux pua, nnd 
4 to I a'Rt Vigilant Woi. by a length and a hall ; 
a bad third ft I »ec. 

Ci'riN</uan Stoket of llOf. : 1 tnl 4 fu'. 2i9 rd«. 
F.vn, by HHTkHwa, , 4 vrs ICat 7.b Cnpt LI re 1 
Ill-bit ag.d. l2Bt, (aibrxtn) - Mr Rowley 8 
Aiheai'in , 5yre, ll«t8Vb - MrEI'ea 3 

Lady Trvpln-na. 4yia, lOsl 7b Mr J. Evelyn 4 

10 to eaih ug t F.tu and Athclstane. Men by 
two lenKtl'* ; • length and a h>ilf betwe n ^e ond 
and third} La.ly Trypheiia beaten oCf. 8 miu 
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prate ot Ml ; «.'ur 
Equlria. by ThL> Squire, 8 yra, 7Bt Alb Matcn 8 1 I 
Christiana. 4 yra, Sat 81b - Thic'c i a « 

Mnater Murray, aged, 8it 111 b H ckett 8 8 
Hind of the Fon at. 5 vra, 8»t 71b Moon s o dr 
Ghio, 3 yra, 7at Mb - J. Mann dr 

LittlePanny. ag d.flat ll!b - Bailey dr 
The Qiireo orTrumpa (late Nell Cook). 

aged. Sat nib • - ii. Tan dr 

Clairvorance. S y a. a-t 71b • Owner dr 

Paiidea, 8 yrt,7Btilb - Abraham dr 

Each heat won eaaily. 

THURSDAY.— Handieap of 55t. ; 6 .'ur. 

Hind of the Foratt, by Veniaon, 6 yra, 

Sal 91b - • ' - Moon 1 

Mar()u{K of Conrngham, ai>cd, 7>t 4lb S. Mann S 
Lady Francea, 9 yr*, 7at 4lb - - Maton 8 

Laundryranid.aged, 9at • * Crouch 4 

Ghio, Syrs, «att8lb • - J.Mann » 

Harty. 4 yl*. 0»t 9lb . - B. Sharp 6 

5 to 8 agai Lady Prancea. 4 to 1 each a<^t Laun- 
drymaid and Marquia of Conyngbam* and 5 to t 
agai any other. Won by a length and a half; a bMi 
t-.ird. 1 mm 86 aec. 

AieAmond Hnndicap of ISO/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. $89 yda. 
Mouae, by Mus. 3 vr-. 9&t 91b - Charlton ^ 

Bacchanalian, 9 yrii. Sat - G.Brown ^ 

Reiunor of tioldernca*, Syrx, eat illb Hiett 8 

Old En.'liaU Gentleman, 4yr», 78t 81b Dorketny 4 
St. Denis. 4 yra, 7«t nb - - Miller 5 

Ariat'crat. 8 yra, Set lOlb - E Sharp 6 

9 to 8 ag>l Moua<-. »to 8 agat Aristocrat, and i to I 
each agat Bacchanalian and S of Holdernesa. Won 
by a length and a half ; two length a between the ae- 
rond and third ; the aame between the third and 
fuurth. 8 min. 4 aee. 

Railway Plate of 1051. ; 5 f\ir. 
B. t by Pantaloon—Sherbet, 8 yra, 9«t 13lb 

Coinnt I 
Br. f. by Kremlin— Evening Star, 8 yra, 

5»t ISib ... Cbarlion « 

Pernande. 3 yrt, 7st I3lb - - W. Abdale 8 

The Incurnble, 8 yra, Ovt Stb * J. Smith 

Vigilant. « via. est - - H'ett 

Pomme da Terre, 8 yra, fat 81b - - Miller 

Ghio, 8 yra, 9>t - • J. Mann O 

Amontillado, 8 yra. 8>t 81b E. Sharp • 

Ro*c Pompon, 8 yrs. 7at ISlb - S. Mann 

6 to 4 a<;8t Sherbet filly, 4 to 1 agtt Vigilant, and 
5 to I Bg«t any other. Wo" br a length ; half a 
It-ngth between aecond and third; Vigilant cloaa 
up. Winner claimed for 50(. 1 min. 9 aec. 

Scurfy Handicap of 5>/. ; I mi. 
Lady Francca, fay Su Fruncia, 5 jia, 

lOat 6lb ... Mr Hobann I 
I.nundrjmnid, ng^d, ISat • - Mr Berlle S 

Tuscan, 5 vm, n>t 4lb - Capt Liitle 8 

Sampler, 8 yn», 9*t I2lb (incl. 5 b. ex.) li Jamet 4 
Thruah ag4fd, »bt I3lb - Capt Thomaa 5 

Busco:,4 rra. lOat 18 b • - Mr Elww 6 

7 to 4 ngst Tuacxn, 3 to 1 agst Lady Francea, 4 !0 t 
a<7at Sampler, and S to 1 ench agst Buacot and 
LaundrymalJ. Won by two Icngtlia ; a length be- 
tween second and third. 1 min. 55 >ec. 

9u««n'i Plate of iOftt.; 8 mi. 
Knthleen, by Lancrcoat, 8yia - Mnton ,1 1 
Queensberry. 4 yra - - • G. Brown 8 « 

yeignor of Holdemeaa, 8 yn - Moon 2.3 

Ali>he-a, 5 vra - - J. Beard 

B. f by L.ineicoiit-Counteaa, 

8 yra . - Robt. Shprwood 
The'Quepn of Trumps, ng-d - Morant 
Efcapo, 5yra • • Reeves dr 

• Second hent bv J. Mnn i. 

FIratheat : 5 to 4 on Kathleen, and 8 to 1 ta-^t 

Queen-be ry. Won by half a neck 8 m«n . 6 '. Sio. 

Second hc.it : 8 to 1 on Kathleen, and 8 to I a -t-t 

Queenaberry. Won by hall a neck. 8 min. 49 sec. 

OeVERLEY, HULL, Ac. 

WEDNESDAY, Juna lO.-Kingn'onon-lJuH Slakrt 

of 30/.; I ml. 4 fur. 

Parcbe. by Lanercoat. 8 yra, 7»t - Skeone 1 

All [our8,8 vn., 6st I21b - .Crosby t 

1 16 1 bo Psyche, Won by two leogtha. 



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HoUiriMu HunI tUake$ of HI. ; 8 mi. 
Squire of Maltoo, bj The Bard, 

agjd. ll,j laib - - Capt Brood'wy 1 

Qttadrnped, aged. lUt ISib Mr VV. Simpton S 
Paul Jooe., aged, list islb Mr H. Baxter 8 

SUMiirlc. 4 yn, lOtt Mb - Mr J. Bowman 4 
Cbintx-prlat (b. b.), aged, Utt 
•.**"» -.".." * MrC. Boynton 5 

B. g. by Tally-bo (b. b ), d by Mel- 
boamc, 4 yr», IO*t Sib Mr J. H. Pes.rt bolted 
oto 4 agst Bqtiin of Malton, 8 to I af^tt Quadm 
ptid, 8 to 1 aK*i Paul JooM, and 5 to 1 agiit any 
other. Won by thxee lengths ; a necit between m- 
eond and tliird. 

Bull Cup (Handicap) of 165'. ; S mi. 
Make-ready (laieDe Witt), by Touchstone. 

i rra. est 181b - . - T Lre 1 

Plajh, 8 »». 5it - . Doild t 

Mulgrave, 8 yn. 5«t 7Ib - " E. Harrison 8 

Acomb, 5 yr«, fct »lb - - J. O«boine 4 

Meaux, 6 yrt. 7«t »lb - G. Simp.oo A 

4 to i ag,t Mulg are, 9 to 2 agit Flaub, 8 to I agst 
Make-reidy. 4 to l each agst Meaux and Acomb. 
won by half a length, Flasb beating Mulgrave by a 

'Match, .W., 8Bt each ; 1 ml. 4 fur.— Melr.>s«, by 
Helbuiirne. 5yni (G. Simpioo). btai Miss Milt>n. 
aged (Winterm^hain), In a cantir. 8 to 1 on Miu 
MUton. 

Buhnp Burton Staka of ml., for « yr« ; T.Y.C 
l^la.lami! Wharton, by CaidWial Puff, 

8<t«lb - . . J.Manrn I 

Imag nation. 8tt Jib - • Tempi emnn 8 

Mttle HHiinnh (iaie Adalina), Sst 81b Lofclle 8 
8 lo I on Madamn Wharton. jWon by three leng hu. 

SelUn/r Sta'ifi of M ; I ml. 8 fUr. 
Ki'Nor-cure, by The Doctor, 3 vn*. 
, «»t ... HaTrinon 4811 
Anditliisian. 4yr«, Srtt 71b LoiiKttuir 18 8 8 

Osbaldwiok. 8 yn, 6Bt lUb (fell) 
- Wakefield 8 4 8 

Lecomte. 6Trt, 7rtlllb F. M«r«on 5 I die 

Py he.8yr».««t 111b - .Sk.ene 8 dr 

Jh.- fiiei bent won by half a length, lecond by a 
bead, and the third eaitily. 

n'g»lwo<id SeBinff StnkM of ill. ; | ml. 
Hencet, by Mango or Lunercoat, 8 yra. 

«ii IHb - - . ' ' ske-ne 1 

Old Charlotte Hjrde.Sy™, Set 41b Le.die 8 

Qiiadrnpcd, aged, list 4ib - G.Arran 8 

Backfie««,ayr.,7si*lb - F. M arson 4 

St.ndard-bearer. 8 yr«. 8Bt 71b J.Bowman 

Tiie Stxnditrd (late UumpJng), iiRpd, 

I8»t4lb - . * Mr J. Lamplugh 

B. m by Car ndi«b -Miw Hawthorn. 
• «y»<H"t4lb . - W. Lamplueh 

Maid of ibe Moor (h. b.), 8 yre, ^V^»S» 

7'«t4lb ^ ^- , ' - W. Clarke 

tiiiitjuiette(h.b.). aged, lOiit 41b Ru ke 

Gipsy. 5 yn. IOk> litlE - . Webster 

Helen, 4 yr.. Bit 81b - W. Marshall 

1 atri.,t, a^ed lOfct 4lb - _ p^rd 

Won by two lenuths. 

IHURSDA Y.— iia«( RHin-: Haidieap of 181/. ; 

iml. 4fu-. 

Ma'e rendy 5 rrt. 7«l lllb \Jncl. fllb ex ) T. Ly > I 

Acoinb. 3 yr-. «st 181b - - J. 0.b..rne 8 

FlH-h. 3 yrs. 5i»t 8lb . . i)„dd 8 

r;^':.*'*i •*/'■''• *-*""» - - E Hariiso.1 4 

aiadof .>fani»field, 4vrs.e«t 71b. - Crosby 5 
B e by Theon— Mazottika,4yrs, 
«» - - - M'Lnne bolted 

7 t'4 ngst Milker eady. « f. I a-.;*! Fa h, 8 to | 
»g-t A«.o lib, 4 to 1 ng.t I'svch", ami 5 m 1 aggt any 
btiier. Won by a neck; a modernie tlilid. 

Bevmrlty Stakaa of 10/. • 6 fur. 
Unity, by A otl- Repealer, * yrs, est i lib rcceivea 

Seurrg Handicap of 88l. ; I ml 
Tnty. ey-.. ft.tSlb - - - Do'd 1 

Os»>aldwick, Syrs, estSib . - O-boine 2 

Killer cure. 3 yrs. est lOlb - M I.Mne 8 

Pysche. 8 yrs. 7Kt 51b - - Wa efi.ld 4 

Amosina, « yrs. 84 81b - - .1. M.trfo i 5 

8 to I agKt Unily, 8 to I agut Osbeiawick. 4 to 1 
•gkt »ajr other. Won by t vo • U naih«, 



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Stamd ftaiet of SSf . : I ml. 4 ftir. 
Mnlgrave, by Sleight of Hand, 8 yn, 

est 101b - ^ - - M'Lnne I I 

Helen, S yrs, ast 18Ib - P. Sinlih 8 8 

Both heats won easily. 

Revival Stakea of 18/. ; 4 far. 

Old Charlotte Hyde, by Lanercost, 

8 yrs - - .J. Rinson 9 1 1 

Kill or Cure, 8 yrs - P. Sinith I 4 8 

Jane Eyre, 4 yrs - - Whitly 2 8 3 

Martha Annie, 9 yxs - Mr Fmnkland 4 y dr 
Fanny, aged . . O. RamMiale 8 dr 

Each h( at won eakily. Tiie whiner was sold by 
avvtion for 80^*. 

NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. 

MONDAY, Junt 84 —Tyi,» Staktt of 60/. for 8 yr 

olds ; e fur. 
Wish, by Touchstone - Arnold walked over 
Swond year of Pirtt TrUnnlvd Stakee of 1811. 13«., 

for 8 yr olds ; 8 mi. 
The Prior of Lanercost, by Lanercost, 

88t7»b - - - . Doflo I 

Baroness, 8i>t 41b . J. M arson i 

MUs Dalgleish, 8st 4lb - - T. Lve 8 

Whim, est 41b - - Cnrtwright 4 

ETen on BaronoM, 9 to 8 nwt Prior ol l.nnercosi, 
8 ti 1 each agst tA'him and Miss i)Hlglei.h. Won 
by balfa hea«i ; a bad third. 4 min. 

Buntert* Stake* of 88/. ; I ml. fur. 188 yds. 
The LltUe Queen, by Coronation. 4 yrs, 

8»tl8lb . - .MrJ. H. Penrt I 

Smuggler Bill, aged. ISsI lOlb • Mr Oaman 8 
Grac-v (late Grace Hstwthorn), 9 yrs, 

»0*iaib - MrGregsiin 8 

6 to 4 on The Little Queen. Won by ihree 
lengths. 3 miu . 48 sec. 

Convivial Staken of 808/. ; 1 mi. 6 fur. 188 yds. 
Vanguard, by Tourhstone, 4 vrs. 8st Flatman . I 
The Maid of Masb«m, 3 yrs, 8st 71b G . Abdaie 8 
Lady Ellen, 8 yrs. Sst . . Welle 3 

Make-ready, 5 yrs, 7M 01b (inel. 81b e«.) T. Lye 
Lfidy-Iam off.5yrs. est71b - Irrtn 

Brennus. 3 yrs. Out - - Hiett 

Sacrifice, 8 vrs, 68t 71b (Incl 91b ex.) Blair 

Scarborough. 8 yrs, »st . Sanders 

3 to 8 agHt Vanguard, 5 to 8 agst M. of Ma^harn, 
4 to 1 agst Brennus, and 6 to I agst Makn-ieidy. 
Won by a head; a good third; Lady I am-iiT 
fourth. 8 min. 80 sec. 

Maiden Plate of 50f. ; 1 mi. fur. IKfi ydu. 
The Sweep, by The Sudd er. a vrs, 

7Bt31b - Wakefield, jun. 1 8 I 

B. c, by Charles XII.-~Prill, 8 yrs. 

78t91b • . G Galea 9 1 8 

Bamton Boy, 8 yrs. 78t Sib - Pringle 4 8 
Miss Jane, 4 yrx, 8st 81b J. Simpson 4 8 4 

Miss Loiti-ry, 8 vr-. 7st 8ib - T. Lve 8 dr 
Old Ckiarlotte Hyde, 3 yrs. 7stSlb Irvln 8 dr 

Tlio first two be.«U won by half a length: the 
tWrd by a neck. 

TUESDAY, Tyro ^aket of l«0/., for 8 yr olds ; 
efur. 
Eng'and's Glory, by Clarion or 

Emilhis, 8«t 71b - W ntrineh m 1 

Tric'{Htri'ss. 8st4lb • • G Simps n 8 

Maid of Che Monntain, Rst 4lH J. Mxrxun 8 

Ch. c .bv Emilins— HL>cat«, 8f.t71b Holms 4 

Room 8st71b - - M»rlow ft 

3 to 4 aust Tru'kstress. and 6 to 4 npst KigLmd's 
Glory. Won bv a lenRth . t«o leaglbs b.tween 
s'Tond and third. 1 min. 87 sec. 

Ladlna* Tf-^eof 8t)/.; efur. 
Pot luck, bv Siockip »rt, 4 vrs - T. lye I 

Sraib..roiigh.3yr8 - ' . J. Marion 8 

Hesfuar ni) nei(;libuur«6yrs - J. ^^iinpson 8 
TlieNun, Syrs - , J.O^hornp 4 

Ev.-n on P t lu'-k. Won by a neck; a bad third. 
I mm 86 s«c • The winner, ,nt rod to be so.d f«r 
■iil, w.is»<)Ul by auction f r 48 guineas. 

Nn' Ihum^ er'avH Plnte of JUl.i 8 ml. 
I=:i hron, hy Panialonn, 4 yr^, 

7^1 7ib - , . Cartwright 1 

Roland, 4 yrs, est <lb • • Arnold S 



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31auc«. i7n.7tt71b • - Fintmaa 8| 

Jentij Lird, 4 yrs, <S*t 4lb - J. Oaburne 4 

Misi Ano. 4 yia. 7fttMb - Dockrrny 

GuIUver,4yirt, Sat 81b - - lliett 

Counie-sof Albemarle, 8 yrs, Sstelb Johnson 

3 to 4 ngsl EUliiron, 5 to S agat Glauca, 8 to 1 
agst Roliind, 10 to 1 agit Mia* Ann, » d 10 to 1 
a^t Gulliver. Won by a head ; a neck between 
aecond nnd third: a length between third and 
fourth ; Gulliver fifib. Bniio. 45 aec. 

Quid's Piatt of I05{.. 8 mi. 
A« eep, by Tlie baddlir. 8 yra. 7»t 8lb Wakefield I 
LeRi-idcnialn, 4 yra, Sat ^\b • iiolmet S 

8 to 1 ua Lcgcrdemuln. Won by half a leogth. 
6 min, 

WJEDNESDAY.-TSTorfk Derbv Stake$ of 200/. for 

8 yr nids ; 1 mi. 6 fur. 82 rdt. 

Michnel Brunton. by I). John, Sat 7ib Marlow I 

The M'elahTiinti, Bat 71b Templeman . 2 

2 lo 1 on The Welahman. Won by a iengtb. 

4 min. 4 aec. 

Pre* Handicap of II Si. ; « fur. 
Mnid of Mualuim, by Don John, 5 yrs, 

8»t7lb - - O.Abdnle 1 

Pipiir (Je Seine, 9 rra.Ost 8lb • Chdrlton S 

Mn|;ician,4 rrt, eat I2lb - ti. Oatcs 8 

Eliza Middleion.Uvn, SatSlb • iliptt 4 

1 hv G olden Lmly, 3 y r«, A»t -tl b • W'el la 5 

A to 4 »nn Maid of Mashum, and 6 to 4 Hg*t 
Elix« Midilleton. Won by half a length; a neck 
between vecuiid and third, and a leogth between 
third and fourth. \ min. 28 aec. 
f^itl year of tlte Seromd Tritnnial StakM of 6tf. 5t. 

for 2yr olda ; 6 fur. 
Azeth, by Tthuriel, 8at7ib • Mxrson 1 

PrcKto, 8»t7lb - - Simpson S 

7to4onAi«th. Wonbyaliead. Iran. »4 9ec. 
Corftoralion Plata of I08i. ; nearly a mile. 
A/:hyrMntbe«, by Thlrak, 8 yra, 

7atSlb . . > J. Oaburne 1 1 

Uyaticle, 4 yri, Sat • - Metcalfo 8 S 

• Eaeh heat von easily. 
Arlttoeratie WtHnr Stalut of 25*.; T.Y.C. 

Miaa Lotterr. ttyrs, ShtOlb • T. Lye 14 1 
The Little Queen, 4 vrs, 

»st 181b - . Mr J. H. Peart 8 1 8 

Lu Malheureuae, 9 yrs, lOakflb Mr Gnman 4 8 2 
Ihe Nun. 8 yrs, 7st 18lb . G. Oatca 8 8 dr 

t:Nch heiit vun by « leneth. The winner en- 
tered to be aold lor 50/., was sold by auction for 
123 guineas. 

THURSDAY.— JVembm* PlaU Handicap of Ism. ; 

nearly a mile. 
Maid of Team Valley, by Velot.ip«le, 

4yis, Rat71b ... Mnraoa 1 
Okbaideatun. 8yra,0at41b • Baaham 8 

(ftiUirer,4 vra. 78t7lb - G. Sampson 8 

'i'hi- Cocktail (h. b.), 4 yrs, H*t 4lh T{*mplem»n 4 

:> to 4 a^at Mnid of Team Valley, 8 to 1 ag|(t Oa- 
baideston, and 8 to 1 agat Gulliver. Won bv two 
lengths; a length betwi-en aecond and thiid ; Cock> 
mil Ipsi aiart. 1 mm. 33 sec. 

Gateshead or Lotttry Staket of 1804.. for 8 yr olds; 
2 mi. 
llicklelon.by Kpirus. 8at7ib > Simpson 1 
1heOxr>irri Hlue,Rsl7lb • Charlton 8 

Tlie Wel.^llman, 8ai 7lb > . Temuleman 8 

Aaculapiu*. 8at71b - - Wintrlngham 4 

Even on iIi;8ciilRpina,2 to 1 aj^at Mteklfion, 8 to 1 
agat Oxf.ird Rlun, and 4 to I afjst The Welshman, 
Won by a neck ; a bid third, b min. 48 s«-c. 

Grand Stand Staku of 123/,; 4 fur. 
The Cutler, by Shrfflcid, 8 yrs, Oit 12lb Basbam I 
Tight waist, 8 yra, 6M sib . Arnold 2 

Valentine, 2 yrs, est 121b • Wakefield jun 3 
8ard(>n%x, 8 yr*. Ost 181b - Walker 

Shndvtell, 3yrs, a»t 121b . - Duflo 

La Fiunctff. » yrs. 8st 91b - Templcman 
b. c, bv Ked Deer— «is. to PoitobcUo, 
ayrs, 6Btl2Ib - . Charlton 

8 to 1 agst Tightwaist, 8 to 1 ag<t llie Cutler. 

5 to 1 agit Sardonyx, 4 to I agat Valentine, and 

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between second and third ; Sardonyx fourth. La 
Pianct'e fifth. 30<c«. 

Cup Slaktn of 810/. ; I mi. 6 fur. 188 yds. 
Canezou, by Mrlhoui ne, 3 yra, ast 1 llh Holmes t 
Ac-hyiani.h<s. 8yra, flat7lb > Oaborne f 

4 to 1 on Canexjii. Won by a neck. 8 min* 
30 SM. 

Lotttry Hawtieay of 38/. : fur. 
Valentine, by Venison, 2 yrs, 

7»t3lb ■ . Wakefield, Jim. 1 

Fleur de-Seine, 5 yra. I rst > J.Holmes 2 

La Malheureuse, 3 yra, Pst lOlb - Thrift ft 
Miss Lottery. 8 yrs. S'-tSlb • Lord Card ross 4 

Even nn Miss Lottery, 7 to 4 ag-t Valentine. 
Won by hulf a length ; a length between secoud 
and third. 1 min. 28 aec. 

Innkeepera* Speculation Plait of 80/. : nearly a nil. 
Pot lunk, 4 yrs. 7at • Cbarltun i 3 ) 

Old Cliarlott.' Hyde, 8 vrs,3st 71b Hivtt 3 1 8 
Mias Lottery, 8 yrs. Oft lib - Arnold 4 2 2 
Oabalde«ton, 3 vra. Cot )Clb • Bashaiii 2 dr 

The fir»t and second heats won by a neck, nni 
the third by a length. 

BIBURY CLUB. 
WEDNESDAY, Jaae 20 — Prodnee Suieeptiakai of 

2)23/.. for 8 yr olds ; New Mi. 
Deicoon, by Sir Hercules, Sat 71b J. Sharp 1 

Won't-you-Gonte'OUt-to-night, Sat 31b A. D^ 8 
Sergius, Bat 71b - - . Mann 8 

6 to 4 on Deicoon. nnd 2 to 1 agst Won't yoti-con>e- 
out-tu nivht. VVon by half a length ; Sergiua a bad 
«iird. 1 min. 50 aec 

HandlKnp Plate of 50/. ; Old ML 
Confidence, by The Saddler, 3 yrs, 

Uiat 21b . - . Capt Pettat 1 

Fuiritive, af «d. lOst 5Ib * -Mi Scobed 8 

Athelatane. 5yra, ilst4lb . Mr Elves 8 

Evn. 4yn. llBt4lb . Mr P. Williams 

Self-defence. 5 yrs, lOst lllb Mr Dorricn 

Mellord. eyrs, I0st7lb > Mr CaldtieU 

to 4 on Confidence. Won by n length and a 
half; Atlielitane a bad third. 1 min. 3il sec. 

Champavne Stak*a of 150/-, for 2 yr olds : 6 fur. 
Buckhound, by Venison, Oat S. Mann— wulkedoTer 

Bihnry Staket of I70/.; 8 roL 
Wanota, by Simoum, yrs, 12sC 

4lb - - - Mr P. Williams t 

Joc-o'-Sot.e yrs. list 81b . Mr Osbalde.ton 8 

Counterfeit, aged, iiist 21b (can. lOsi 

4lb) • • > MrElwes 

Mlsa West (h. b.'), aged, IO«t Cupt i'ettut 

C. by Katcatcher— Eai«ranza, 8 yrs. 

t;st 121b (ciirr. Oat) - - Mr S. Patson ■ 

8 to 1 on Wanou. Won by two hngths ; a Jeogih 
l>et» een second and thii d. 3 min. 36 aec. 

Plnie of 50/. ; fur. 
Equiria. bv The Squire, 3 yrs, Vst lOIb 

(.carr. »»t 121b) - - Capt Little l 

Old Engli*h Gen Jeman, 4 yrs, lOst 

Bib - - - Cnpt Pettat 8 

Boxer. 8 v'a. Btl 1 01b - . Mr Caldwell 3 

B. f. bv Thiailewhipper-Julict, 3 yrs, 

flat iblb - 'Mr 8. Bataon 

Chartclea, 8 vr*. »«l lOlb - - Mr Dorrivn 

5 to 2 on Equina. M'on by two lengths, i min. 
23 aec. 

THUnSDAY.-i^nArtw Slakes (Handicap) of 80L S 

Old Mi. 
Fueitive, by Pococn, n^id, lOst 21b Mr Scobcll 1 
Self detence, 3 yrs. )0st81b - Mr Dorrien 8 
Joe o'-Sot, 6 yrs, 12»t > Mr Osbaldciiton 8. 

Atlielstane, 3 yr#, I Ut - - Mr Elwea 

Old English Gentleman, 4 yrs, lOst 

71b - - - Capt Pettat 

Mias West, aged, lOat 21b • Cupt Little 

Melford, fl yri.. lOst - Mr Caldwell 

5 to 4 agst .lojo'-Sot. nod 2 to I agar Pusi:ive. 
Won by a neck ; balf a length between second and 
t third ; Atheist:ine a had lourth. l min. 30 aec. 
, Hawieap Plate of 4O/. ; I mi. 4 fur. 

Set r-d> fence, by Lanercosi, 3 yrs, 
l«M »lb . . • Mr Oateldotoa I 



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Fngitir*. aged, lOtt Illb (lacL Tib 

ex.) - • - Mr Scobell $ 

1iva.4 7rB, list lOlb - - Capi Liul« 8 

Hiu Wnt, aged. I Oat 71b • Mr Klwea 4 

« to 1 on Seli*defence. Won by a neck ; a bad 
third. 8mia.d6Me. 

STOCKBRIDGE. 

THURSDAY, June V.—Vrodmu Smtjmtake* of 

M.t for S yr ulds ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 

Deicoon, by Sir Hercules J. Sharp, walked oTer 

WoD'i-jrou-come-out-to-Dight withdrew auke 

SwtefitaJeu of IMK.. for S yr olda ; 6 fiir. 

Oivcian, hy Epirus* Sit Mb - • A. Day 1 

Hean of Oak. bat elb • - Flatmaa S 

Knight of the Gaiter, Hat 61b Bartboloineir 

B«aufort, 8bi 91b - - Pearl o 

Auairalind, 8»t0lb ... Matoa 

Ch»plet, aat 8lb - . Ducner 

& to 1 on Grecian. Won by three length*. 1 mia. 
S4aec. 

F&IDAY.-Seemd Year of the First Tritmtial at 
sua, for 8 yr cida; i mi. 4 tiur. 
CompaM, by Touehstone, Sat 7lb • S. Mann 
Cariboo, Sat iilb (incl. dlb ex.) FtaUnan £ 
lOlb 



A. Dar 8 

A to 4 on Cariboo, and 4 to 1 agat Coinpaa». \Von 



Swoethcart. 8st lOll 

AtoConCariboc, „ _ . , 

by haUf a length ; h bad ihiid. it min. 48 tec 

Rrtt Year iff the Second Triemual of 8GC/., ftir S yr 

olds ; lur. 
Payment, by Slaor, Sat Sib - Bartholomew 
Hurrr-acurry, Sat Mb > - S. Mann S 

Br. c. bv Kaugh-a-ballagh, d. by Bran, 

8ai lOib - . J.Sharp 8 

The Knight of the Thistle. Sat 101b W. Uowlett 
Thon.ugti good-Sam, Sat lOlb - U.Bell 

Kurua, b.t lUlb . > - A. Day 

9 to S on Payment. Won by two lengths; a 
length between second and thini. 1 min. S4 sec. 

8ir*ep»takee of 4<tf. : I mL 
West Indian, by Batlinkeate, 8 yrt, 

4«t7lb ... Guppy I 4 I 
WoocUurite, 8 yrs. Sat 7lb . Gilbert S 1 £ 

Beliiaalma, syrs, ft«t l£lb - Lowe 4 « 8 

Boxer, 8 yrs. dm lOlb • CowT«y 8 8 4 

Plrat liext won by a neck ; the second by a bead 
thiid easily. 

MmUh, 50r. ; 1 ml, 4 fur.— AtbeisUne, by Don 
John, Hat lOlb (carr. list l«lb), (Mr £lwe>), beat 
Mita West. lOu Sib (Mr All<ood). by a ieogth. 
S to 1 on Atbelatanc. 

. LUDLOW. 
WEDNESDAY, Jtta* £8— LadtoM Stakes (Handi' 

cap) of UW. ; once ro. and n dis. 

Agia, » yrs. 7st 71b - - Whiiehoose I 

Clothworker, 4 yrs, 7«t 4lb - - - £ 

The Dart. aged. 8*t 7lb > • 

Paoupe, 8 yrs, 6Bt i£lb - > - 

The Monk. 8 yrs, flat l£fb . . 

MaitUn Stakea of S.'Vt. ; once to. and a dia. 
Clothtrorker, by Prime Warden, 

4 yr«. 8st 61b • - Williams S 1 .1 

flarum.acarum,8rr», 7at£lb • . i 8 dr 

Fansey, 8 yrs, 7M <lb - - 8 «dr 

OakUv Park Stakes of 701. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Bird of Paradise, by Gilbert Garoi^, 

Sns.llst4lb - . Norman £ 1 I 

Sir Robert, 8 yn. tat 41b • . 1 8 S 

Pride of Corv Dale, « yrs, list Mb - 8 £ dr 

THURSDAY.-.-CWP Stakes of AM. ; once ro. 
Spot, by Meteor. 4 yrs. 8st lib > Stv, jun. 1 
QMlTer tireen.agi^. 88C - - > £ 

Bird of Paradise (b. b), 5 yra, 8st 01b • 

Clwtb worker. 4 yrs. 8st lib > - -0 

I'aoope. 8 yrs. est Illb - - - 

Borough Stakes at 45L ', oncero. 
Emulous, by Sheet Anchor, 5 yrs, 

9st7lb ... Whitehouie 1 1 
Morael (b- b.), fl yrs, Sst 4lb . • 4 S 

Gratis rh.h.) 5yrs,6st7lb - - 8 8 

Mwter Dovncsi aged, 9st 4ll> • • S dr 



South Shr^fskbr* Stakes (Handicap) of S8Z. ; once 
ro. and a dis. 
Clothworker, 4 yrs. 7st 41b . Williams 1 1 
The Dart, aged. 8«t 7lb • - 4 8 

pRZeIfy (h.b.), aged, 7st I£lb > . £ 8 

Gaffttr Green, aged, 8st 51b > .8 dr 

Artisan Stakes (Handicap) of XU. ; ann ro. 
Emulous, 3 yis, 9st • - Whiieiiuusa 1 

M»id of Lorn, 4 yrs. 7st lOlb > - £ 

Little John, 5 yrs, 8Bt Sib - . - - 8 

NEWMARKET JULY. 
TUESDAY. Jvly 2.— Handicap Sweepstakes cf 
I60r ; New T.Y.C. 
Diligence, by G ladiator, 8 yrs, «Bt 8lb T. Smith 1 
Slang, 8 yrs, «st 101b . . WItherton £ 

The White Lndy, 4 yrs. 7st 81b Platman a 

Wallflower. 4 yrs. 7at 18lb - - Sly 4 

Newport, 4 yrs. Hit 0lb - - F. Butler 

B . f. by Lanercobt— Canada. 4 yrs, 

7»t4lb - - - .Cbapple 

Visite, Syrs, 0st81b (carr. est 101b) J. Mann 
Ch. f. by son ofGlauvus Hud Casaandia 

— I.epida, 8 yrtt, 5st 121b - G.Mann 

8 to 1 a^st Newport, 4 to 1 each agtt Wallflower 
and Diligence, and to 1 agst White Lady. Won 
by a neck ; u.heHd b.twecn second and third, and 
a length between third and fourth; Lepida filly a 
bad filth. 1 min. ll boc. 
July Stakes of 108«., for £ yr olds ; New T.Y.C. 

(old). 
GreciRn, by Ep'nis, 8st ylb - A. Day f 1 
Br. f. by Bay Mlddleton-Venus, 

8«taib - - - Templeman t £ 

PhlcKfa, 8st Alb . . . Marlow 

Tbiekthom, 8si 71b > . PcttJt 

Ingratitude. 8si 51b • • Flatman 

8 to 1 on Grecian, 9 to £ agst Venus filly. A 
dead heat between Grecian and the Venus filly ; 
Ingratitude a bad third, l mm. 18 sec. Decidini( 
heaii II to 8 on Grecian. Won by two length... 
1 min. 16 sec. 

Maithi K.C.— St. Rosalia, by iit. Francis. 4 yrs, 
8ai 121b, reed. 75'> ft- from Sylvan, 5 yrs. 8st 71b. 

Ualek : Last h;i1f.mile of New T.Y.C. (old).— 
Slang, 8st 71b. reed 5u/. ft. from Daughitr-H>f-ibe- 
Sea. Sat 8lb. 

WEDNESDAY.— SuMosfalrM of £0f., for 8 yr 
olds; New T.Y.C. 
B. e. by Dromedary, d. by Mulatto, 

8ft 7lb ... Flatman I 

Zadoc,8at71b . > F. BuUer t 

Visit«, 8st 41b - - > Murluw 8 

5 to 4 agst Zadoc, and 6 to 4 agst Dromedary e. 
Won by httlf a length ; a neck Dtetween second and 
third. 1 min. 17 sec. 

Fifty Pounds; 1 mi. 6 fur. 178 yds. 
CoUingwood, by Sheet Anchor, aged, 

Ost 51b - - - Flatman I 

Bullfinch, 3 vrs,7>t£lb (carr. 7st5lb) Petiit £ 
Tumus (bred in Germany), 4 yrs, 

8«t 71b . - - Whitehouie 8 

8 to I on ColHngwood. Won by three paru of a 
length ; Tumus beaten off. 8 mm. £8 sec. 
Sweepstakes of 40^., for £ yr olds ; Last ha. of R.M. 
ilarp. by Kremlin, 8st4lb <• liogem l 
Cane. 8st 7lb • - "I Marlow £ 
Hippogriir. 8Bt7Ib - - P.Butler u 
Bitterer. 8Bt 71b • . Bartholomew 4 
Olivia. 8at 41b - - Flatronn 5 

9 to 4 a^st Harp. 5 to S agst Hippogriff, 8 to 1 
agat Olivia, and 4 to I agst Batterer. Won by a 
length ; a head lietween second and third ; a bad 
fourlb. 34 sec. 

roton Plate of 50/., with Perram Donation of 811 
adiled, for 8 yr olds ; Last mi. and a dis. of B C. 
Preslaw. by The Provost, Ust 71b - Flatman 1 
St. Pabi'in, 8st :lb . . - Fettit £ 

Aristocrat, 8st 7lb > Bartholomew 8 

7 to 4 on St. Fabian. Won by a head; half a 
length between second and third. 
THURSDAY.— AfateA. £00/. ; A.F.->P«asant Girl, 
by Major, 8st 41b (Marlow), beat 'Hie Arabj gst 7lb 
if' 



51 



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b2 



(FlatmMi}, by Iwlf « kngth. 6 to «:ob Pcuut 

OamM$a» Bwupftakt of 791. ; 6 fur 181 ydi. 
Caliicf nla. by Muley Moloch, 8 yrs Ui 

81b . - . • T. Smith 1 
Meridian (brod in Oennany), 9 jn, 

7st lOlb • • Wbltehottsc S 

Hoooyoomb, 4 jr%, 8it lOtb • Kobioton 8 

Tha Whiio L«d]r. 4 yn, 7U 6lb Piiitman 0. 

Pulcberrima, 4 yri. 7«t - G. Broun 

PtMlaw, 8 yis, 7*t • - • i. Mann 



5 to a ept Tbo White Ladr, 7 to 8 agftt Pulcbcr- 
rbna* 4 to 1 ant Honeycomb, and 4 to I agrt Fret- 
law. Won by two lengths ; the Mime bt-twecn 



8>r« 
Pot-luck, 4 yn 
Kill-or-cure, 8 yn • 
Jonathan, 5 yn 
Tlmo(liy,3yu (fell) 
M/uicle, 4 yn 
The Little Queen, 4 yn 
The Squire's " 
Cerito, 8 yrs 



CkaUr/Md Stalut of MM., for 8 yf olda ; Lwt ha. 
■^ of B.M. 

Teddington, by Oxlandot e>t71b Tcmplemaa 1 
ArioMo,ait7lb - • • Matmaa 8 

I'unle, Set 4lb - - Kitchener 8 

B. f. by l>on Jobn.d. by Dr. Syntax, 

ftit7ib ... 8. Mann 

The R^ected, 8it 4)b - Barthomolew 

Pbletra. ttt 4lb - • Marlow 

Preetice, 8et 4Jb - - • A. Day 

l-h. t. by Pantaloon— YiragOk dU 4lb W. Bcyco 
Misenrima. 8rt 41b • Wbitehouae 

7 to 4 agrt ArioMo, 8 to I aget Teddington. and 
8 (o 1 aitai MiMTrima. Won by a neck, Aiioelo 
baatlng Tunle by the aame ; about a length and a 
half behind wen the Don John Ally, Prestige, 
Mlterrima, and The Rejected wen doee together ; 
The Virago filly and Pblvgfs benton off. 84 tec. 

CARLISLE. 

TOESDAT, Jut9 8.— T/ie Ctarti SUUm of lAI. ; 

1 mi. 8 far. 

Aebyrantfaee, by Thlrtk, 7at iSlb walked over 

Grand Stand Bandienp of 801. : twice ro. 
Lady-I am off, by Sheet Anebori 

ft yrs, Set 8lb - - Wintriagham I 

Flash, 8yn,7«t4)b - - O. Gates 8 

The Snulre's Danghter, S yn. «it Ulb Metcalf 
The Welshman, s yrs, 7st 41b • Lye 

TheOxiord Blue, 8yr»,;M81b • Oeborne 
Helen, 5 yn, Ssl 7lb • • T. Smith Q 

5 to 4 «g»t Lady-I am off, 8 to 1 agst OxTonl 
Blue, and 8 to 1 ag» Plash. Won easy. 

Bnntert* Staktiot 2l/.; twice ro. 
The Little Queen, by Coronation, 4 yrs tf . Arran 1 
Jonathan, ft yis . > J. Pattiaon 8 

Jerry Ch.b ), aged • Capt Prekiymaa 8 

e to 4 on L. Queen. Won easy. 
itaid«n Piatt of 901. ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 
Bamton Boy, by Mango, 8 yrs, 

•si 181b • Priagle 4 I I 

Asculapitts, Syre, 7»tSlb - Arnold 18 8 
Magician, 4 yrs, Sst «lb - W. Oaiet 8 8 8 

Cwriio, 8 yn, 6st l:>lb - P. Elliott 8 dr 

Tbne good heats. 
WEDNESDAY.— SMciiJaKen Plate of 48l.} tram 

theSty eTum in. 
Miss Lottery, by St. Martin, 8 )n • Arnold I 
Mystical, 4 yn > - Metcalf 8 

Andalttstan,4yn - - LonttUiff 8 

La Malbeureu^e, ft yn • - 0ufflo 

^sculap'tts, 8 yn ... Prtngle 

8 to 1 agat Andalttsiiin, 8 to 1 agst Miss Lottery, 
and 4 to 1 agst any other. Won by a length. 

3^ Cumbertand Piatt of ttftl. ; twice ro. and a dis. 
Jenny Lind, by Charles XII., 4yn, est 

«lb - - . . 6. Gates 1 

LIuie of Bnmpton, agrd. 8st • J. Pringle f 
Lady Hyldn, 6 yrs, 8st 81b - . O. Abd<«le 8 

Sir Astlcy Coop«-r, S Tie. ftst 41b T. Dodd 4 

Even on Jennr Ltod, 8 to 1 agst Lady Hylda, 
and 4 lo 1 agst Sir Astley Cooper. Won by three 
lengths ; the same between second and third. 

CmrUdt Staktt of <0f . ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
The Dwrbtf, by 1 be Colonel* 4 yn 

Mr J. Graham 1 
Jerry (h b.), aged • Cart Prettyman 8 

Prttcr Lan Ch V), Mfed • Mr Ferguson 



Fanny (h. b.), 4 yn 



MrJ. Robineon o 



(h. bO» 8 y rs « - tf » t. Teaadnle 

Eren on Dnrbar. Won by a length and a hair. 
2VadetiRen*« Piatt of 40L ; one mi. and a Ifealf. 
B. c. by Charles XiLp-Pnll. 



Osbone 

Arnold 

- Uaxley 

J. Pringle 

Dodd 

Metcalf 

• Gates 



8 



1 1 

8 8 8 
8 

• 

1 dis 
dr 

- dr 
Syrs Pringle 4 dr 
C. Graham dis 



by twenty 



First heat von easy, second by half a length, 
third by half a lengih, and fourth by a head. 
TH0B8DAT.— Lo<fefy Haadteap of 892. ; 1 mi. 
8 fur. 
Gladiole, by Gladiator, 8 yrs. 9st 

71b - - - W.O»bomc I 

The Squire's DauKhter, 8 yn, 9st 71b H ax ley 8 
8 10 I on Gladiole. Woa by a length and a ItalL 
e»r6y Cattlt atmktt of 101., for 8 yr olds ; T. Y.C. 
Tightwaist, by Yonng Longwalst, 

Caxtwrigfat • walkod over 
Sieirardt' 8t^tt$ of 881. ; once ro. 
Miss Lottery, 8 yrs - - Arnold Oil 

Cyntbia, 4 yn - * T. Lye I 8 8 

Andaiusian, 4 yn - Longktaff 8 0S 

Sir Astley Cooper, 8 yrs - Pni^jle 8 

Pint hent won hj a length. Second b 
lengths, third by a 

QmttnU Plate of lOSi. ; 8 ml. 
Flash, by Ituuriei, 8 yn, 7st Sib T. Lye 8 I I 
Jenny Lind. 4 yn, Sst »lb W. Gates 18 8 

Barnton Boy. 8 yn, Tai Alb J. Pringle 8 8 
Lady Uyida. 6 yn, Sst ylb Halliwell 8 dr 

Lady<I-am-off. ft yrs,»stSlb Wintringham 3 dr 
Uelen,8yn. BstSlb - P. Smith dis 

First heat won by a short head, seoond by a head, 
and third by half a head. 

TIVERTON. 
WEDNESDAY, July H^Tkt Trial Staktt of 891. ; 

I mi. 
Ctothworker,by The Prime Warden, 

4yis,88t ... WilHams 1 
l4ulT-day(h. b.),4yn. 8Bt - Hall 8 

Partial Eclipse, 8 yn, est Ulb - Crouch 8 

\A on by a length and a half. 

Tht Ttvtrton Staktt of 1191.; twice re. end a dis. 

Clotbwoi ker. 4 yrs, 7st 71b . Williams 1 

Manirold,8yrs, est lllb - • Cruet* 8 

Ariadne, 8 yrs, Ost 4lb - - Lo.\e, bolted 

Won in a canter. 

Bof-oagk Omp of 801. ; thrice ro. and a dis. 

Clothworker, 4yrs,8stlSIb(incl. 7lbex.) Hall 1 

Manifold, 8 m, Sst 71b (carr. yiit) Cronth 8 

Partial Eclips«, 3 yn, est 71b C. Bray, bolted 

Mon easily. 

Ladiu' Piatt of (ft/.; twice ro. 

Hebe,by Erymus, 4 yn, Sst l^b Williams 9 1 1 

Ima. aged, lost 7lb - MrWilkins 18 8 

Partial fe.cllpf«, 3 yn, Kst - Carlisle 8 8 4r 

Little Envy, 4 yn, Sst iilb Longworth 8 dr 

Vivian 4 dr 



Landscer. 4 yrs, 8»t 121b 



I the third 



8 1 
1 8 
4 8 



Pint and second heats won ea^Uy 
by a neck. 

TH URSDAY — 17i« Coimtv Pla/« of Ut. ; ( 
Ima, by Six Hercules, aged, lOst 

ISlb . - - Mr Wtlkins 

Rcnnett, 4 yrs. Sat 181b - Mr Drewe 
Ariadne, 8 yrs. Sst 71b - V illiams 

M nnilold, 8 yrs, Sst 7<b - Carlisle 

Fir»t hent won by a length, lb* second by a neck, 
the third by a head. DiS(.u.ed, 

Coaaly Staket of 7*1. ; twice ro 
Clothworker, 4 yn. lOst lUlb • Mr Parr 1 

Dupicltv.Syn. lOstlSib • HrScobell f 

Ariadne, 8 yn, Ost sib • - Williams i 

Won by a length. 
Town Plate of tU. ; twlue n and a dis. 
Kenneu. by Kremlin, 4 yn. 9>t 81b Mr Drewe I 
Ima, ajed, ICst db • • MrWUkins ] 



Digitized by VjOOQ ._ _ 



S3 

lady Oar* ijn» lOat sib - 
Partisl BclipM, 8 jm. 7tt 111b 



JULY, 1850. 



54 



YiTian 8 
Carliale 4 
r, 4 yn, »»'t tiilb . - WiUUnu fell 

Won by half a length 
Satrrf Plot* or MM.; < ftir. 
blttlaEnv]r,bjSnap.4yn,8M Cartiala 4 i 1 
Heb«»4 3rn,7«t7lb - WillUnu 1 ft 8 

Gh.f. by The Genera1,4jn, Oat 71^ Vivian S 8 
Tag-rag (h. b.), 8 yn, lOtt - Nott 8 4 

Firtt beat won easilf, tba ■wood by a neck, and 
tba third by a length. 

IIm Hwrdl« StaJtM were von, in three heate, by 
Little Charley, 6 yre (Lake), beating Kathleen, 
wed (Addey) ; Billy Bntton« 9 yn (Gillon) ; and 
Graham, 5 yn (Vivian). Graham bolted with hie 
rider into the river Exe. 

FRIDAY. -The Haek SMm were won, in two 
beate, by Tag-rag, 6 yr«, beating Flying Dutchman, 
aged. Blue Bonnet, and Protectioniat. 

The OaUowti3f StaJc«f were won, in two haate, by 
Emma» aged, beating Billy Button, 6 yn, and Jack, 
»yr«. 

TENBURY. 

WEDNESDAY, /vly 3.~ir«K JForcetterfAire 

Stakes of Ul. ; twice ro. 

Spot, by Melbourne, 4 yts. Sit 6lb Sly, jon. 1 

Kmulous (late Rebecca), 5 yra, 9it 4lb Tusker 8 

Barton Laea, 5 yre, 8st lllb - Wearer 8 

Won eaiily. 

Manor Staiet of 87L ; 1 ml. 8 far. 

Sampler, by Venieoo, 8 vre. Set lib Jbitics 1 1 

Black Bess (h b.). aged, »st ISlb Mr Btubbs 8 8 

Gwenny (h. b.)idyri, 8at«lb MrTnen 8 8 

Pomona, e yr*. lOst 41b - Mr G. Noakee 

Nancy Daweon, 8 yrs, SM lib (bolted) 

Meredith die 

First heat won by ahead, the aecond easily. 

Seeing ^taket of C7(< ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 

Little John, by Colwick,3yrt.9st 51b Sly, jun. 1 1 

Tenbury Las*, « yn, Oat 6lb Mr W. My tton S 

The Streamer (h. b.), & yrs, 8st 

ylb - . • MrOakley 4 8 

Breach-of>Promiae (h. b.),& yra, Ost 

Kib - • - MrTrcea s 4 

Midsummer (b. b.), 4 yra, 8»C 
gib - - - G. pevereux 8 dr 

£tie«#fwtalcet at \4t.; I mi. 4 for. 
Nancy Dawson, by Hereford, 8 yrs, 

ftit • - - Meredith 8 1 1 

Pomona, e yra. Oat lOIb - Giles 1 8 8 

Tenbury Loss, 6 yrs, lOst lib Bnnis 8 dr 

M'on easily. 

LANCASTER. 

TBOBSDAY, Jvly 4.— The LaneoiUr Cup of 85{. ; 

8 mi. and a die. 

Maid ofMasham. by Don John. 5 yrs, 8at 7lb. 

and Woolwich, by Chatham, 4 yra, 8s( 41b, divided. 

Maid of Maaham walked over. 

A$Mon Plat* of ML ; 1 mU 4 flir. 

John <^ Berwick, 3 yrs - - Hiett 8 1 1 

The Oxford Bln^ 8 yrs • O. Gates 14 8 

Magician, 4 yrs - T. Skeene 8 8 

Augean, 8 yrs - Wilberfbrce 8 dr 

The Stunner, 4 yrs • A. Clarke 8 dr 

Fencer, 4 yra - - Thompson dr 

Gcid'duat, 5 yrs • T. Armatrong dr 

Won easily. 

QiiMa'a Plait of 1051. ; 8 mi. 

Woolwich, by Chatham, 4 yra. Ost lib E.Piiir 1 1 

Aflfayranthee. 8yre,7et61b - G. Gates 8 dr 

Won easily. 

Laneathir* WUeh 8tak*$ of 93l. ; I mi. 4 far. 

Comet, by Auckland, 5 yrs, Uat Ittb Hiett 1 

MaidorMasbam.5yn.0ec - G.Abdaie 8 

Won by half a length. 
VRIDAY.— Fola nfLant HaneUeap of S8f. ; 1 mi. 

4ftir. 
Comet, by Auckland, 5 yrs, 7at lib - Hiett i 
Aehyranthes, 8 yrs, 6st ilb - Owner 8 

Coeachia.«yra,7stII1b - . Wells 8 

Admisisirator. yrs, 7it 81b • EvaDs 4 



W. Neep t 

> Eeana 8 

- Hiett 

- Marwood 

J. Osborne 



e to 4 OB Comet, and 5 to 8 agat Acbyraatbet. 
Won by two lengths ; half a length between seooad 
aud third. 

Rtvtval Handicap of I88I. : 8 mL 
Mary Nobbier, by Talleyrand, aged, Oii 

91b - - - . Arnold I 

Diana, 4 yra, Sat l2Ib - 
The Dart, aged. 7«t 71b 
Woolwich, 4 yra, Sst 7lb 
Amazon, 4 yrs, est 4lb 
Gladiole, 8 yrs, Sst 01b 

S to 4 on Woolwich, 5 to 8 agst Mary Nobhlar, 
and 8 to 1 agat anv other. Won by a length ; a 
neck between second and third. 

Borough Cup (Handicap) of 581. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Maid of Masham, by Don John. 9 yrs, 

aitUb . - . G.Abdaie I 

Augean, 8 yn, 4at 18lb - - Bickards 8 

Administrator, « yra, 7<t 81b • J.Evans 8 

Comet, 5 yrs, Sst 7lb . - Ulttt 4 

Won easily. 
SMbtg Stakea of 35/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Clara, by Jerred, 6 yra, Sst 7lh • WelU 1 I 
B. c. by Gladiator— Lily, 4 yrs, 7st 

lOlb ... G. Gates 8 t 

Won easily. The winner daimed for 50(. 

WRITTLE. 

TUESDAY, July 9.—8w*epstakt$ of 851.; 1 mi. 
8 fur. 
Maiiter Murray, by Mundig, aged, Ost 

nib - - - ilackett I 1 

Aadrogeos, 4yn, 8t>t Ulb <• Williams 8 

Slashing Jat^, 4 yrs. Sat lllb (carr. 

Sst I8lb) ... Green 8 8 

Brigbt Buek, 4 yn, 8lt lllb - J. Beard D 
Siir Benjamin, 4 vra, Ost • > Brett 

The Capiaiu (late'Bibury), aged,OBt lllb Suit 8 dr 
Lady Bountiful. 8 yrs, 7ai 71b (bolted) Leader dU 
Each heat won by a lengih. 
WrilUe Hattdieap of lOSt. ; 1 mi. 6 fur. 
Chicot, by Pantaloon, 4 yrs, Sst Bartholomew 1 
Halmesbury, 5 yrs, 78t elb > Crouch 8 

Camilla (h. b.), 4 yn,7at lllb . Norman 8 

Ariadne, 8 yra, fist 81b > • Lowe 4 

Red Doe, 5 yra, 7si lllb . . T. Burn ft 

Even on Malraesbury, and 6 to 4 ag*t Cbicot. 
Won by a length ; a length and a half teiween se- 
cond and third. 

Thomdon Cup of 181. ; 8 mi. 8 fiir. 
Diana, br Redshank, 8 yra, Ost 71b Humsby 1 
Shamrock (h. b.), aged. lOst 7lb - Land 8 
B. c. by Charles Xll..-Sprig, 8 yn, 8st 

71b - . . - Uigglns 8 

Rob Roy (h. b.), aged, lOst 7lb Searle 4 

The Swindler (h. b.), 8 yn, Ost Williams fell 

8 to 1 on Diana. Won by two lengths; a bad 
third. 

Plate of 501.; ImLOfbr. 



Chicot, 4 yrs, 7st lllb 
Ariadne, 8 yn. Ost 8lb 
Malmesbury, 5 yrs, Sst lib - 
Anchor of Hope, 5 yrs, 7st lllb 
Redleg, aged. 7*1 131b 
Alpheia, 5 yn, Sst 6lb - 
BedDoe, 5yn, Sst Ilb 
Laundrr-maid, aged. 7st 18lb 



Bartholomew 1 

> LOMTA 8 

. Hornsby 8 

J. Smith 

Crouch Q 

J. Beard 

- T. Bum 

Williams 



Won by a length ; Malmesbury a bad third. The 
winner claimed for lOM. 
Hwnlm' {Hurdle) Stalus of SSf. ; twice ro. and a 

dia. 
Master Murray, aged, list Mr Fredricks 18 1 
Frank (late Railroad), 6 yn, list 

81b - - • Owner 1 8 

TheQneenofTrnmpa, aged, lilt Searle #08 
The Captain, aged, list . .Salt 8 dr 

The Sovereign. Hat • > Kn.)wles dr 

Urania, list 8lb - - King dr 

Pint heat won by two lengths, second by two 
lengths, and third by four lengths. 

LIVERPOOL JULY. 
WEDNESDAY. July 10.~Croste('i Stakn of llSt ; 

1 mi. 8 fur. 
Strongbow, by Toodiaione, 4 yn, Sst 
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AIn. 4 ]m, 7rt 18lb - - Cartwiifbt S 

Portia. 4 yn. 7st lalb • £. Keecan 8 

Tiie Heduir, 8 >». 6st dib - W«1U 4 

e to 4 on Strongbow, nod 8 to 1 agit Portia. Won 
bjr aix lenglkw. S mm. 80 ane. 

Mtr»ey Stakn of 876(., for 8 jrr oldi ; T.Y.C. 
Br. f bj Baj Middlelon-Veau*, 8«t 

4lb - • - Templeman 1 

Knook Knoll, Set 71b . . P Butler 8 

Cdibub, Est 71b ... Marlow 8 
Urother to EUrrdale, 8«t 7ib - J.Mar>oa 

Bo. f. hj Lanorcost or Retriever— 

Fhviali*, 8»t 4lb • > Flatman 

Queen Bee, 8st 4lb - • Wbiiehouse 

« to I on Ven\u filW , and 3 to 1 ng»t Cnieus. Won 
hjr M length ; a neck between acxoiid and third ; 
Queen Bee a good fourih. AS uc. 

Po$t Produe* SMUtpttaktt of 7001., for 8 yr olds ; 

T.Y.C. 
Hernandez, by Pantaloon* Sat 7>b Flatman 1 

Harpsicliord»8Bt4lb . . [J. Maraon 8 

Nondescript, 8bi 4lb (carr. 8>t 71b) P. Butter 8 

i to 4 on Hernandez, 8 to 1 agst Noudi-scriut. 
and 5 to 8 agst Harpsicliord. Won by a length ; 
two lengths between the second and third. A6 •t-c. 

Sefton Staku of 73/.. for 8 yr old fillies; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Officious, by Panuloon Flatman, walked ovei 

Pm Produce Sweepttaket ot 900/., for 8 yr olds ; 

Stable-tuia in. 
Cranberrv, by Birdcatcher, 8iit Sib J. M arson I 
1 be Italian, 8«t 81b • - Templeman 8 

to 4 on The Italian. Won by a head. 8 min. 
48 sec. 

Biekeriiaff* Stmkes of SOOI., for 8 yr olds ; 1 mi. 
The Jester, by Uarkaway, est 71b > Folpy 1 
Wiichcrafl, 8^1 7lb - - F. Butler 8 

» to 2 on Witchcraft. Won by three lengths. 
8 min. 43 sec. 

MiUch, 8»t 71b each ; T.Y.C— B. c. by Don John 
—Miss Whip, received 1001. fi. from SUtesman. 
8nmptt€Uta of 840/., for 8 yr olds ; T.Y.C. 
Harpsichord, by Toudutone, 8st 4lb J. Marson 1 
Pirouette, 7>t I3lb . • Flaiman 8 

The Knight of the Garter, 8st 4lb A. Day 8 

8 to 4 on Knight of the Garter, 3 to 2 aest 
Pirouette, and 8 to I agst Harp«ichord. Won by 
half a length ; a neck Ktween second and thlxd. 

as vN. 

PlaUotM.', 8 mi. 
Kennington, bf Sleight of-hand, 4 yn* 

8st Mb - - Marlow 1 

Abbeesof Jerreaux, 8yrs, estlllb Charlton 8 
Br. f. by Cardinal Puff or Balliakeele, 

d. by Whisker, 4 yrs,8st 81b > Turner 8 
The CasUe, 8 yrs, 7it • - - Knott 4 

6 to 4 on Kennington, and 8 to 1 agst The Castle. 
Won by a length ; a bad third. 3 min. 4b sec. 

THURSDAY.— FrM Handicap of 1 10/. ; T.Y.C. 
California, by Muley Moloch, 8 yrs, Ast 4lb 

71b - - • - G. Mann I 

Portia, 4 yr«,7tt*lb - - E. K^'an * 

Brown Hfy. aged, 7«t lib - - J. E\an8 | 

Magician. 4 yrs. 7«t 31b - G. Oaies 

Las of Underley, 8 yis, ast 7lb - WelU 

Lady Speedy, 8 yrs, Set 7lb - Alcroft 

7 to 4 agst California, 7 to 8 agjt Portia, 4 to 1 
Rgst Speedy, S to 1 agst Brown Fly, And o to 1 agst 
Lass of Undcrley. Won by a length ; a dead lieat 
for second: Lady Speedy, fourth, well up. 51 sec. 

SmtapstaUs of 120(. ; T.Y.C. 

Taly, bv Melbourne, 8 yn, 6st 1 lib Charlton 1 

Clara, 6 yrs, 8st 81b - - G. Gates 2 

Osbaldesion. a yrs, 7*t - - Ba^hain 8 

The Me.<se, 6 yrs, 9st4lb - J- Bvans 

Administrator, tf yr», 9st 4lb - Holmea 

Cripple Kate, 2 yrs, 481 lilb (carr. 4st 

Iblb) - - - - Alcroft 

La Vuleuiie,4yrs.7stl8lb - Flatman 

Little Jenny. 8 yrs, 6st ; lib W. Sharpe 

Cauliflower, S yrs. Bat Sib • Marlow 

Anthony. 4 yrs, 7st 18lb - Whitehouae 

» to t agst Cripple Kate, 4 to t agst Admiuistra- 



tor, 4 to 1 agst La Voleus*, 9 to t agat Osbaldestoo, 
and S to 1 agst Clara. Won by a length ; two 
lengths between the second and third ; Adminis- 
trator fourth, well up. The winner claimed for 
SO/. 54 sec. 

Z>er»y Handicap of 880/.: tmi. 
Ehhiron, by PanUloon. 4 yrs, 8st 5lb Harlow I 
Rathmines, yrs, 6iit 71b - Charlton 8 

Uriel, 4 yrs. 7*t I81b . - Flaiman 3 

Sttppinj; -stone, 8 y rs, 6st 71b WokefieM, jnn 
Calilomia, 8 yrs, 5st (carr. 5st 4lb) 6. Mann 
Eunuch, 8 ris. Sst - - Ashmall o 

2 to I agst Sltlilron. 5 to 2 agat California 8 to 1 
each agst Uriel and Rathmines. Won by a length ; 
a hend between second and third ; Stepping stooe 
a good &urtb. I min. 47 sec. 

Liverpool Cup of 139S/. ; S mi. 
Windischgratz, by Jeremy Diddler, 8 yra. 

6Bt71b - • • G.Mann I 

Cockermouth, 5 yrs, ftt 18lb (incl. 

81b ex.) . - • Wakefield S 

Juggler. 4 yrs, Sst I8lb (incl. Sib rz ) Rodney 8 
Yampyre, 6 yrs. tat Sib > Fluiman 4 

Kennington, 4 yrs, 7st Sib - - Basham S 

Kelefthea (h.b.). errs, est lOlb J. Evans 6 

The Maid of Team Valley, 4 yn, 

6»t 121 b • - Charlton bolted 

F. by tiladiator— Sprite, 8 yrs, 4st 

lOlb - - - Wells bolted 

8 to 1 agst Windischgratx. 7 to 8 a;;st Cocker* 
mouth, 9 to )! agst M. ofT. Yalley, S to 1 agst yam- 
pyre, and 8 to 1 agst Juggler. Won by fotir 
lengths; two lengths between second and third. 
8 min. 38 sec. 

Queen's PlaU of 105/. ; 8 mi. 
Strongbow. 4 yrs, 9st lib > Flatman I 1 

Legerdemain, 4 yrs, 9st lib F. Butler 8 dr 

Hope, 5 yrs, »st lllb - - A. Day 8 dr 

Even on Stronabow, and 5 to 4 agst Legerde. 
main. Won by half a leugih. 8 min. 89 sec. 

Chraivenor Stakei of 10/. ; 1 ml. 2 fur.' 
Uriel, by Touchstone, 4 yra Butler, walked over 

Foal Staket of 100/., for 3 yr olds ; once ro. and a 

dU. 
Mildew, by Slane ... received 
Mateh, 8st 71b each : T. Y. C. — Crotchet, by 
Touctistone, received 100/. ft. from b. c. by Si- 
moom—Lady Caroline. 

FRIDAY.— I.»v«rpoo/ St. Uger of S50/.« for 3 yr 

olds ; 1 mi. 6 fur. 

Chatterbox, by Magpie, 8«i 8lb - Foley 1 

Italian. Bat 8 b . - Templenma 8 

Mi hael Brunton, 8sl 81b . - Marlow 3 

8 to '5 each agst Italian and Chatterbox, and 
7 lo I ai;st Micliael Brunton. Won by two lengths; 
Michael Brunton beaten oti*. 8 min. 17 see. 

Ainlrte Stakee (Handicap) of 1201.; T.Y.C. 
Tigbtwaist. by Y. Longwait-t, t yrs, 7U T. Lye 1 
Br. c. by Launcelut, d. by Liverpool, 

2 vrs.'est 81b - - - J. Evans 8 

Piroutte. 8 vrs, 6tt )Olh . Charlton 8 

KuDuch, 3 yrs, 7st lilb - > Flatman 4 

The Recluse. 8 yrs, Sst 7lb . A. Day 5 

Z'lidee, 8 yrs, Sst - - Whitedouse 8 

7 to 4 agst""-' " 

_ to 1 eacn a^ 

Won by a length : a neck between the second and 

third; Eunuch a bad fourth. 52 sec. 

Gremd Stand Stakee of 1 10/., for 8 yr olds ; 1 mi. 

4 fur. 

Lady Eden, by Auckland, Sat 7lb O. Abdale 1 

Probity, Ssi Tib - • • Marlow i 

French Susy, Sst - • Arnold 8 

5 to 8 on Probity. Won by four lengths. 2 niin. 
89 sec. 

Stanley Staket of 85/. ; T.Y.C. 
Harriott, by Gladiator. 3 yrs, Sat WhitehouM I 
Tightwaist, 8 vrs. 7»t • • Ly« • 

The Jester, 8 vrs, 9st :21b • Foley 8 

8 to 4 on Harrioit. and 8 to 4 agst Tii^htwaisi. 
Won by a neck ; The Jester beat^ a length an^ a 
half. 49 sec. 



7 to 4 agst Tight waiHt. 3 to 1 agst Pirouette. 
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iMkuptre PUU0 or SML ; 1 ml. 
'VtM, 4 jn, 8»t - . Flstman 

> Jlloaso. S yr», flat ISIb - - W. Sbarpe 

Shihnalier Wnt, 8 yn. 0kt 41b • . ArnoTd 

IMoiitezuina, Syrii, tet 4lb « Wells 

Sarah, 4 Tin, 6m i«lb • - Caiarlton 

Br. f . bjr Falstaff— Youaf Fenalla, t tk, 

•■«•-- Aldcroft 

Joka ofTinm, 8 yn, 4«t Itib . Chillmaa 

B«lya, 4 ym. Sat . - Morlow 

Even on Belui, 5 to 1 aacb agat Almuo and 6hil- 
mAlier Weat, 7 to 1 agst Mnotezuma, and 8 to 1 
. agat UrM. Won by a langtb ; Shilmalier Wait « 
bad third. 1 min. 47 Me. 

Knondgy Dtntur Staku of 4S0I., for 8 yr olds ; 

1 mi. 4 fur. 

Beehuntar.byGladiator, 8st«lb - Flatman 1 

Chatterbox, ant 6lb - . Tampleman 8 

MarchionesB d'En, 8st Sib • • Foley 8 

ft t« t OB Baehunter. Won by • baad ; tha same 
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Bttdindt Tutimomtai (Handicap) of 190/. ; Stable 
Comer in. 
Alp, byTha ProToat,4yra,7«t81b - Lye 1 
Abbess of Jenreanx, 8 rrs, 4st 181b Cbtllman 8 
VampTre.C j'rs, SstlOlb - Fiatman 8 

Kele»h«a, « yrs, est 12Ib - - J. Brans 

UenerulSaIe.4 7rt, eat 101b - - Cooper 

8 to 5 agst Vampyre, 8 to 1 agst Tbe Abbess, 8 to 8 
ench agst Alp and Oeneml Sate, and A to 1 agst 
Keleahea. Won by half a length ; a head between 
kecond and third. Not timed. 

SeiUng Sttka of MM. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 

Magician, by lAnercoat, 4 yrs, 7*t 81b Skecne 1 

ClaTR. 6 vrK, 8kt«lb • - 6. Gates 8 

French Suvf, 8 yrs, flat lib - - Arnold 8 

8 to 1 OB Clara. Won by Ave lengths. 

IPSWICH* 

THUBSDAY.JWy U.—The C<mnt^ Memhtrt* 

Plate of 6U. : 8 ml. 

Vaen, by Charges XII., 4 yrs, 8st4lb Rogers 1 1 

Chi«e«»4yrs. 8st 4lb - Banholomew 8 8 

Ibc Ballet Girl, 8 yrs, ret 8lb Dockeray S 8 

Both heats well oonteatad. 

Toum Mamben/' Plate of 551. ; 8 mi. 

Bullflnch.by Slane. 8yrs,7st8(b Pettft I 1 

Watch Dog, « yrs, 9it - • Sogers 8 2 

Goodwood, 4 yrs, Sst Ttb > Dockeray 8 8 

Tbe first beat won by a head, the second easy. 

Humtern* Sflling 8iat«t of Itf . ; 8 mU 

Sir Benjamin, by Laneieoat, « yn -811 

81wih{ng Jaik. 4yrs • • 1 8 dr 

Frank, Cyrs- - - -Ssdr 

Each heat won by a neck. 

FRIDAY.-««««»*f P/oieof 105/.: 8 ml. 
fasa. 4 yrs, Ost lib • - Rogers 1 1 

St Fnbian. S yrs, 7*t 5tb - - Pell it 8 8 

Sir Benjamin, 4 yrs, Pst lib Bartholomew 8 8 
Won easily. 
Tom Member^ Piatt of 5iSl. ; S ml. 
Tbe Ballet Girl, by Toe Earl of Rich- 
mond, 8 yrs, 'at 81b - Dockeray 1 1 
Ballflnch. 8 yrs, 7*t 13lb - Petiit 8 8 
Watchdog, yts, 9st - Dockeray 8 8 
Won easily. 
SeUing Staket of IBl. ; 8 ml. 
Anchor of Hope, 5 yn - • • 1 1 
Sir Benjamin, 4 yrs - • - 8 8 
Hurdl* 8t«k»t of 852. 



Frank, by Liverpool, 6 yrs 
Slashing Jack, 4 yrs • • 

8'.r Benjamin, 4 yr» (bolted) 
Anchor of Hope, 5 yrs (belted) 



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Port1mmdBtmk$i9ritl.i 8ml. 

Lecomte, by Assaaria, 8 yrs. 8M lllb F. >L 

Flirt, 4 yrs, 8tt 4lb • - W. Arthur 8 

Sir Cbitrles, agnd, Sst 4)b . • J. Froet 8 

B. f. by Hardwick^-Misc Buney, 
Syrs. 6Btlllb - • W. Crosby bolted 

InnkufHTt* Pwne of 88{. ; I mi. 4 fur. 
MaldofMansfleld.by Sir HanB.4yrs,8st8lb 1 1 
Prince, aged, Sst lib - - -88 

Shade. 5 yri, 8st lllb • - 8 3 

The Doctor, 8 yrs, 8it lllb- - - 4 4 

FRIDAY.—iVorM Broxtow Stakes of 84/. ; 1 mi. 

4 fur. 
Maid of Mansfield, 4 yrs, Sst 8Ib F. Marson I I 
Flirl,4yTs,8st8lh • - -88 

Sir Cbarlcs, aged, 9st lib - - - 8 8 

Totea Plmle of IS/.; Once ro. 
Lecomte. 5 vrs, Sst - • P. Marson 1 1 

The Dart, aged, Sst lib • • - 8 8 

Prince, ageit, Sst Ub • - - 8 8 

Handicap (for beaten horses^. 
Sir Charles, aged, Bit 71b • • - 1 

Flirt, 4 yrs, 7>t Mb . . . s 

The Dart, aged, lOat • • • 8 



FILEY. 
TUESDAY. July l9.-'Pil*f Bay Stakee ef 16(. 
I mi. 4 Au. 
Little Queen, by Coroaaiion. 4 yn Wise ] 

St>indard-bcar«-, 8 yrs 
Virion. 4 yrs - 

ELoracum, aged ... 
Both heals won easily. 
nrUlhigion Stakee ; 1 ml. 
Standard (}tA» Dumpling), aged Wise 
Jerry, 5 vrs . . - 

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THURSDAY, July II.— Shencood Slakes of 83/. ; 

1 ml. 4 fur. 
Lady Jeraey, by Bay Hiddleton, 4 yn, 
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Maid of Mansfield. 4 yr^, Sst 81b F. Marson 
Tbe Dftrt, aged. Sit 1 1 lb - W A rtlmr 
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Ch. g. by Sleight of Hand. 4 yn - 
Welter Slaku ; 8 fur. 
Ch. f , (Mr Bowmans), 8 yrs 
StandMrd'hcarer, 8 yrs 
Miss Polly, 4 yrs 

Eboracum, aged - - . 

Gipsy Girl ... 
TneOifk. 

Each beat won easily. 
WEDNESDAY.— A Sueeptt^kie was won, in two 
beau, by MrCowper's Gun Coltoa. aged, beatmg 
Mr Bowman's ch. f. 

NOTTINGHAM. 
TUESDAY, July i6.-'Sim«v Park Btaku at tO. ; 

T.Y.C. 
The Cutler, by SiiefBeld, 8 yrs, 

CstlSlb - Basham walked over 

Nattbtghtimshire Bandteap of 5Sa/. ; 8 mL 
Maid of Mitsbam, by Don Jolin. 5 yn. 

8st7lb • . - O. Abdale I 

Maid of Team Valier, 4 yn, 7>t 8lb T Lye 8 

Humphrey, 8 yn, 58t 51b - - Wells 8 

Maid of Lyme, aged, Sst lib • Evans 

Vanguard, 4 yis, ast lib (incl. 51b 

ex) - - - O.Simpson 

Peasant Girl, 4 yn,8st Sib - nasham 

Roland. 4 yn. 6st 7lb • • -Arnold 

Rodney, 4 yn. 6st 5lb - Robt Sherwood 

5 to 8 agst Roland, 5 to 8 agst M aid ol Team Val- 
ley, 5 to 1 ag4i Vaoguard, 7 to 1 agst Rodnev, 8 to 1 
amt Maid of Masham, and 8 to 1 agst any 01 her. 
Won by a length ; tbe same between second and 
third ; Roland lourth; Rodney fiitb. 

Two Year Old Staketid 17O/. ; T.Y.C. 
Payment, by Slane.8st 71b • ttartboloniew 1 
Tighiwaixt, Sst 7lb • - T. Lye 8 

Sneer, flst 21b •• - R. Sly 8 

Palais Royal, 8st 81b - . J. Marson 4 

5 to 8 on P'.ymfnt. Won bv a length, tbe second 
beaiiog the third by two lengths. 

Surwoood Stakm of 8M. ; 8 mi. 
Alp, by Tbe Provost, 4 yrs, 

list Mb . IklrJ. H. Ptort walked over 

Mafeh, 40/., Sst each; 8 mi.— Lecomte. by Assis- 
sin, ft yrs, received forfeit from Sic Ci>arl«s «i*id. 

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Plate of ML: ami. 
MidMel BrantoD, by Don Jubn. 8 yi»« 

flttSlli - • • -Arnold 1 

Alp. 4 yra, 7it Mb - - T Lye « 

MHid of M antfield, 4 yXB, 7st 8lb F. Marton 8 

Psvohe, 8 yrt, Mt 61b - - Baaham 

The Swift, 4 jn, 7«t 121b - Osborne 

Clara, e yn, 8»t 61b - • 6. Gate* 

6 to 4 agit Alp, 3 to 1 ns«t CUra, 4 to 1 agst 
Psyche. 5 to 1 agvt The Swift, and 5 to 1 agst Mi- 
cbael Brunton. Won by half a length ; the Mcond 
beating the third by a neclL. 
WeDNESDAY.-CAM<«^/<l Handicap of I95t. ; 

1 mi. 4 fur. 
Vanguaxd. by Touchstone, 4 yre, 8tt 31b 

(incl. Sib ex.) • - G. Simpson 1 

Penthesilia, 4 yn. 6st 101b • Hielt 8 

5 to 4 on Vanguard. Won by a neck. 

Queen's PlaU of K&r.; 8 mi. 

Uaid of Team Valley, by Velocipede, 

4yn,8»t41b - - . T. Lye I 1 

Maid of Lyme, aged, lOst • Holmes 8 S 

Smuggler Bill, aged, lOst - W. O&tes 8 8 

Maid of Mansfield, 4 vrs, 9st 4lb P. Marson 4 4 

8 to I on Maid of Team Valley, and 3 to 1 agst 
each of the others. Won by two lengths. 

Su>t«o»tak*$ of 801. ; T.Y.C 
Unity, by Ami- Repealer* 8 y IS, M Wells I 

Vigilant, 8 yrs,4st 111b . - J. Kendall 8 

Tidy, 8 yrs, 7*1 7>b - - (i.Oates s 

B. c. by Toucbstone^Queen of Beauty, 

Syri.Sst ... Barlter 4 

Lysimachue, 4 yrs, 7st I8lb - Q. Simp«on 5 

Polonaise, 4 yrs. 7it 181b - - T. Lye 6 

Even on Unity. 8 to 1 egst Taly, 8 to 1 agst Q of 
Beauty c., 5 to 1 agst Lysimauhus, and ft to 1 agst 
Vigilant. Won by a length ; the second beating 
the third by the same; Q. of Beauty colt a bad 
fourth. 

iTtnkeepen* Plat0 of ftftl. ; once xo. and a dis. 
Alp, by The Provost, 4 yrs, 8st T. Lye 8 3. i 
PKyche.Syra, est 101b - Arnold 4 1 8 
J^ecomte, ft yn, 8st 71b F. Marson 18 8 

Clara, 6 yrs. 8st ISlb - G.O&tes 8 4 dr 

The first heat won bv a length, the second hv half 
a neck, the third by h'alf a length, and the rburth 
by a head. 

Sriling Stahu of IM. ; twice n>. 
Timothy, by Bentley, 8 yrs, 

ftstslb . . Wells traUcadeTer 

STAMFORD. 

WEDNESDAY. July V.—Stantford 51. Ltgtr of 
1301.; iml. a.fur. 
OflScious, by Pantaloon, 8st71b (incl. 

81b ex.) ... Flatman 1 

Clelia, 8st 7lb (incl. 3Ib ex ) - • Norman 8 

Thistledown, 8st 101b (incl. 81b ex.) Sly 8 

8 to 1 on Officious. Won by a length ; a bad 

thlid. 

SwMfttaJui of 65i.. for 8 yr olds ; T.Y.C. 
Beaufort, l>y John o*-6aunt, 8st lOlb 

(incl. 31b ex.) • - J. Marson 1 

Midas, 8st7>b ... Flatman 8 

4 to 1 on Beaufort. Won by n bead. 
Hunter f StvMp$takn of SOl. : from the top of the 

New Mile and once round. 
Pulcberrima, 4 yts. lOst lOlb - Mr Bevill l 

Cogla. 4 yrs, lOst lOlb - . • Savin 8 

Dart (b. b.), 6 yrs, lOst lOlb - Swann '8 

Ruth, aged, lOst I8lb - <• Stokes 4 

The Polka (h. b.), ft yrs, 10»t «lb . Massey ft 

to ft agst Pulcherrima, 8 to 1 on Pulcheirima 
and Cogia. Won by lour lengths. 

Burghhy Sttdtet of 4601. ; from the New Mile 
Starting Post and once round. 
Little Jack, by Slane, 8 yrs, ftst ISib W. Harlock 1 
Wanota, 6 yrs, 8st 6lb - - J. Mnrson 8 

Ihe Gent, 8 yri, ftst 18Ib - T. Smith 3 

Brandvface, 6 vrs. 8st Sib • S. B«i<er8 

Jelly-fish, 4 yrs, 7Bt 6lb - Flatman 

Tophana, 5 yrs, 6si 181b - - J. Mnnn 

Knight of Wynne, 8 yrs. 6st ftlb Baaham 

Thistledown, 8 yxs, 6>t Sib • G.Mann 



ft to 8 agst Waiiota,7 to S agst Jelly-^Asb, ft to 1 
agst The Gent, 6 to I agst Brandyfkce, and 6 to L 
a. St Little Jack. Won by a head ; a length between 
second and third ; K. of Gwynne a bad foiath. ^ 

SvMjntaket of tU. ; twice ro. 
Watch-dog, by Ratcatcher, fi yrs, 8st »lb Rogers 1 
Peasint-girl, 4 yi*. 7st 1 lib (8lb under 

eight) . . - Basliam 8 

LouiaB,4yrs,7stlllb - -C.Smteb 8 

6 to 4 on Watchdog. Won by two lengtliB; 
Louisa beaua off. 

THURSDAY.— Skmepttafof of tol. ; from the 
double distance and once round. 
Miss SUmford, bv Volube. 4 yrs, 

ystlllb (csrr.asl) - • Bartholomew 1 

Lecomte, ft yrs. 8st 131b • - Sabin 8 

Maid of Mansfield, 4 yrs. 7it Ulb F. Msraon 8 

6 to 4 on Lecomte. Won by a length ; a bed 

third. 

Stvttpatakn of ML, for 8 n olda ; T.Y.C. 
Midas, by Beiram - Norman walked over 

Oofd Cup of 140/. ; thrioe ro. 
The Gent, bv The Nob. 8 yrs, dfct 71b T. SmHh 1 
Little Jack, 3 yrn, est 7lb - J.Mann 8 

KeUil, 4.yrs. Bit - • Bartholomew 8 

Jellyfish, 4 yrs, 7st nib - Flatman 4 

6 to 4 on Little Jack, 8 to 1 ngst Retail, 4 to 1 agst 
The G>^ni. and 6 to 1 agst Jellyfish. Won by three 
lengths ; two lengths between the second and third. 

BarUyihorpe SiakM of 80/. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Pulcberrima, lOst iSlb - - Mr BeviU 1 

Mrs. Taft. list 4lb - Ld Strathmore 8 

4 to I on Pulcberrima. Won by half a lenjjtlu 
Stamford Selting Stakn of 30/. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Peasant Girl, by The Mf^or, 4 yrs. 

9«t6lb - • - Bartholomew 1 

Egal ittf , 8 yrs, est 81b (carr. 6st Ifilb) Stokes 8 
Ituth, Hgi-d. gst 31b ' - - Subm 8 

5 to 1 on Peasant Girl. Won by a length and a 
hall. 

Forced Handicap of 40/. ; New Mi. 
Pulcherrima. 4 yrs, 7»t lOlb - Flatman 1 

Vlaite, 8 yrs, 7st - - - J. Mann 8 

Knight of U w V nne, 8 yrt, 8st ftlb Bartholomew 8 
Miss Stamlord, 4 yrs, 6st ial«» - T- Smith 4 

7 to 4 agAt Knight of Gwynne, ft to 8 each agst 
Pulcherrima and visite. Won by a head. 

SALISBURY. 
TH UBS DAY, July IB.'^-rFUtMre SUAn of VU. ; 

8 mi. 
Confidence, by The Saddler, 8 yrs, 6st 8lb Oooter i 
The Wren. 8 yrs. ftst »lb - - Collins 8. 

Cheerful, 4 yrs. Tst - - Kitchener 8 

Holloa, ft yrs, est - - - Ford 

PaquUa, 4 yrs, Sst 91b - - Treoo 

West Indian. 8 yrs, ftst 61b - - Guppy 

Won hy a length ; half a length between second 
and third. 

County Gold Cup of eO/. ; 8 mi. 

Mounseer, by St. Francis, 4 yrs, 8st 81b Sly 1 

Vampyre,eyrs,8st5lb - - Kitchener 8 

Stockbridge Buck. 8 yn, 7at • - Gdbert 8 

Won by a neck ; a bad third. 

CUy Mmbtrif PlaU of 601. ; 1 mi. 6 fur. 

Christiana, by Galipoli, 4 yrs, Sst 3lb ^Thiek 1 

The Wren. 3 yrs. 7Bt - - Kitchener 8 

Kathleen, 8 yr», 7»t alb - - Ford 3 

Won by two lengths ; a length between Kcond 

and third. 

Ciiy Bowl, value 181., with SSt. ; 1 mL 
Woodsprfte, by Venison, 8 yrs, 7«t 

I8lb - - - A.Day 1 8 I 

Heather.beU,3yrs,7stl81b Ooater 8 i 8 

Cambric, 4 yrs. »»t 4lb - Smith 8 3 dr 

First heat won by two length* ; »ccond by one 
length ; a neck between the secand and third; and 
the third by two lengths. 
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•Ids: T.Y.C. 
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Kitchener I 
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AMStraliDd, 8>t 7lb - . A.Day 4 

Won by a length and • half; half a length be- 
tween second and third. 

QtmrfM Plat* of 105/. ; 8 ml. 
Sfounaeer, 4 yra . Sly walked^oTer 

County M»mbtr$* Piatt of 702.; 1 mi. 8 fur. 
ConMcnee. 8 yra, 7at 6lb . Goater 1 

West Indian. 8 yn, 7*t - - T. Burn S 

Kathteea, a yn, 7»t 81b - . Thick 8 

Won by tbiee lengths ; a length and a half be* 
tween second and third. 

South Wettam RaUnay SUAt* of 89/.; 1 mi. 
Athelstane, by Don John. 8 Jts, 

10ttl8lb . . MrEIwes til 

Voodapvite, 8 j:si7*t 18lb (owr. 

tstllV - . -A. Daf t adr 

Heather-bell. 8 yrs, 7st ISIb Goater 8 dr 

The flnt a dead heat ; tb« seeond won bj half a 



JULY, 1850. 



WINCHESTER. 

TUESDAY, July S8.— (?r«a« Produte 8take$ of 

ML; Imi. 

Sergius, by Gladiator - Flatman, walked over 

Ordinal Hamptkira Staket of 10!U. ; 8 mL and a 

dis. 

Oniver, br Valocipcde, 4 yrs. Sat 4lb Flatman 1 

Woodsprite, 8 yn, eat lib • Gilbert 8 

Self-defence, a yn, 7»t • . H. Goater 8 

Tbe Wren, 8yrs,<ict7lb • Colliiu 4 

7 to 4 agst The Wren. 8 to 1 acst Self-defence. 

Rud 8 to 1 each agat Quiver and Woodsprite. Won 

by a length ; a bad third. 4 min. 17 seo. 

Queen*t Piatt of lOM. ; S mi. 
Confidence, by The Saddler, 8 yn, 

7at51b ... H. OoatcT 1 I 

(julver, 4 yrs, »st lib • - S. Mann 8 dr 

Glendower, Syrs, 0st lllb . Flatman 8 dr 

Even on Confidence. Worn by a length and a 

half. 4 min. 9 sec. 

WEDNESDAY.— Ti0o Ytar Old Stakes of llO/. ; 
T.Y.C. 
Catalpa. by Epiras, Sst 8lb • • Flatman 1 

Itapundua. 8st 71b • > O. Brown 8 

B. f. bv The Ugly Buck— Margellina, 

Sst 31b . • . . 8 Mann 8 

Septtlc-bie. astSlb • • A. Day 4 

Lomer, iist 71b - • • Rice 

7 to 4 agst Catalpa, 5 to 8 agst Margellina AIIt. 
and 4 to 1 agst Iracundua. Won by a bead; the 
^flxne between second and third ; Sepulchre beaten 
several lengUis. 

mnekester Stakta ot ISO/.; 1 mi. 
ailKa tarkaway, by Uarkaway, 8 yrs, 

6st9lb - ' Burn 1 1 

West Indian, 8 yrs, 9st 91b - Gilbert 4 2 

Sslnte, 3 yrs. 6st 91b - . Sabin 3 8 

The Crow uer, 4 yrs, Sst 41b J. Shnrp 8 4 

5 to 4 on West Indlaa. Won in a canter. Second 
heat I « and 7 to 4 en West Indian. Won by a neck. 

Fbo/ StakM of 50(.. for 8 yr dds ; 1 mi. 
Srrgius. by Gladiator, Sst 9.b • Flatman 1 
Ran^zer. 8»t 61b > > . 8. Mann 8 

The Verderer, Sat 91b - • Ducker 8 

Even on Ranger, and « to 4 agst Sergius. Won 
by two lengths. 

Tfu City Mmbtrf Plat* of M(. ; S mi. 
Woodsprite, by Venison, 3 yrs, Sst 

»lb • • . Gilbert I S 1 

Ked Doe. 8 yrs. 7st - - Bum 4 1 S 

Syrup, 4 yn.est 181b . Sabin 8 8 8 

BiDflewood (h. b.). 8 yn, 6st 71b Wheeler 8 dr 

Pint heat won in a canter, secondby a lensth, and 
tbhd in a canter. The winner, entered to lie sold 
for 80/., was sold by auction for 78/. 

WENLOCK. 
TUESDAY, Jn/y 83.~IFeiiloeil Staktt of 139/. ; 
twice ro. 
Second-sight, by Harkaway, 4 yrs, 9st Crickmcre 1 
Ariadne, 8 yrs, 7at 51b . . . s 

Wilmont.Syrs. 7st71b - . . a 

IrUh Ambaasadcr, 4 yts, 8it 6lb • 



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PitythoBUad. 4yn,8Bt8lb . . o 

OafiTer Oreen, aged, 9Bt • - .0 

Capaicum. 5 yrs. Sat • . q 

Abbey Staket of 4 If. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Lady Jersey, by Bay Middleton, 

4yr».8si - - Whltehouse 8 I 1 

Rubina. 3 yn, «Bt lUb • . 1 8 S 

Gratia, 5 yrs, Sst 71b - • - 8 8 8 

Plate o! M.; Imi. 8 fur. 
Ariadne, by Ascot, 8 yrs, Zst 41b 

(carr. 7st 71b) - 
Lady Jeney, 4 yrs. Sst 61b - . . - 

Sarah, 4 yrs, Sst 61b . . 8 

Music. 5 yrs, 88( 91b . -000 

Br. f. by The Provost— Patroness, 4 yn, 

Sst 6lb - . . - 8 dr 

Blaeic Bess, aged, 8st 181b - dr 

Mr Welsh's b. g.. 5 yrs. Sst . - dr 

Nancy Dawsou, 3 yrs, 7st 41b (carr. 7»t Hlb) dr 
Newsmonger, 8 yrs, 7tt 4lb - • dr 

CHELMSFORD. 

TUESDAY, July n..-Sweepttakea of 100/. ; 1 mi. 
Grasshopper, by Harkaway, 4 yrs, 

8st4lb - - . Boyce 1 I 

Goodwood, 4 yrs, 8st 7tb « Dockezay 8 

Nut-brown, 8 yn, 7st 81b > Flummer 8 

llindof theForest, 5yrs. Srt Mb Moon 8 4 

Fulcberrima, 4yn, Sst lllb - Rogers 2 

Lady Bountiful. 8 yrs. 7at Sib - Sabin 

Alpheia, 5vn,8at lllb - Beard 

Anchor of Hope, 6 yrs, Sst lib Smith dr 

Bernadotte, 4 yrs, Sst 7lb . Hewlett dr 

Malmesbury, 8 yn. Sst lllb - Crouch dr 

Zidoc, 8 yrs, 7st 6lb • > Dean dr 

Fint heat won by half a length, second by two 
lengths. 

9ii«ni*« Plate of 105/. ; 8 mi. 
TheGent, byTbeNob.Syrs, 7»t5lbDockerRy 1 1 
Sam Hood,5vra,9st lllb - . Sait 4 8 

Retail, 4 yrs, 9»t lib - Bartholomew 8 dr 

Seigtior of Holdemess, 8 vn. 7st 51b Moon 3 dr 

First bent ; a to 1 on The Gent. Won by three 
lengths. Second heat : 10 to 1 on Tbe Gent. Won 
in a canter. 

Bylayid Stakes of 180/.. for 2 yr olds ; 4 fur. 
Tboroughgood Sam, by Auokland, Srt 

dib - . - - Crouch 1 

Whisper, Sst 31b - - Bartholomew 8 

Heariof Oak, SstSlb - - Rogen 8 

Batterer, Sst 51b - . Dockeray 4 

B. f. by Pantaloon^Sbexbet, Sat 7lb 

(incl. 4lb ex.) > . Abrahams 5 

Gipsy Boy, Set 51b • • Peitit 6 

Tag-rag, Sat 61b - . Kenyon 7 

6 to 4 agst Heart of Oak, and 6 to 4 agst Whisper. 
Won by two lengths ; a neck between second and 
third. 

Stewards* Plate of 901. ; onee ro. and a dis. 
Tbe Ballet Girl, by Tbe Earl of 

Richmond, 8 yn, 6st 5ib Hammond 3 11 

Michael Brunton. 3 yrs, 6!tt 

7Ib . . Robt. Sherwood 1 8 2 

Strike. 4 yrs, 7«t 4lb - Dociieray 2 3 dr 

Malmesbury, 5 yn, 7»t I2lb Crouch 2 4 dr 

First heat won by two lengths, second by a neck, 
tblrd by two lengths. 

WEDNESDA Y.-rA« Cup Stakes of 40/. ; 8 mi. 
Zndoc, by Bay Middleton. 3 yra, 7at lib Dcane 1 
The Ballet Girl, 6st 12lb (carr. 7al lib) Dockeray 8 
Nut-brown, 3 vr», 6st lilb - Plummet 8 

Sam Hood. 5 yrs. Sst iSlh • . Abrahams 4 

The Captain, aged. Sst 81b (carr. fist 6lb) Salt 5 

5 and 6 to 4 un Ballet Girl, and 4 to 1 agst Sam 
Hood. Won by three lengths. 

Town Plaie of 90/. : once To. and a dis. 
The Ballet Girl, 8 yrs, 6st 

91b - . Robt. Sherwood 1 1 

Sir Benjamin, 4 yra . . Uackett 2 2 

Alpbeia. 9vrs, 8it0lb - . Beard 8 8 

Each heat won bjr a length and a halC 
Jtfarlt'a HaH Stakes of 55/. ; 1 mi. 
Grasshopper, 4 yrs. 8»t 81b • . Bovce 1 

Diligence, 8 yis, 7st lib • • Dean 8 



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Oopdwood, 4 TTi. 7«l 8ft _-,^ 

Emd of the Forest, S yrt. Bit 4lb - 
•df Bountiful, 8 yr«, 6»l «lb {cart. 
••tBib) - - - 

Anehor of Hope, 5 yw, 8tt 4lb 
Lovdaoe, 5 jn. Set 



JULY, 1850. 

Dockeraj 8 1 The Captain, aged, 9et 6lb 
Moon 4 : Francetea, 4 yr>, 8»t 81b • 



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Leader 
■ Beard 
Crouch 7 



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Ch.irlton 
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1 toT agit Diligenee. S to 1 aget Grasshopper, 
and 8 to 1 agst Goodwood. Won by a length. The 
vinner claimed for 1001. 

ROCHDALE. 
TBUftSDAT, ^vlif 2a.-ffo«ft aU 8taku of 171. ; 
8 mi. 4 fur. 
Abbeet of Jerreanz, by Gladiator, 8 yrt Charlton 1 
Little Queen, 4 yr. - - Skeene S 

TltT. 4 yre - - - "• Abdale 8 

' Won by two lengths. 

JTanor OWp of 14U ; twice ro. and a dis. 
Lady Bden, by Auckland, 8 yrs. «st 

nib - 
Wilmont, 8 yis, «st Olh - 
AdaMaiy,4jr.,ilst7lb - 

Woo by a length. 
Piatt of S9l. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Rubina, by Bed*hank, 8 yrs - ..,„ Couper 
F. by Alphens, 8 yrs - Wilberforce 

Fsycbe,»yrs- - - Ch«rlton 

Isabella, 8 yrs - ^ " _. " 
Won by a length. 
Plait of «X. ; 8 mi. 
Abbess of Jerveaux, 8 yrs - £*?"'**" i 

Z»idee.8yri - - T. Wm.ams S 

John ofTuam,S yrs - - iSYans 8 

Won by two lengths. 

FRIDAY Innkeepers' Purse of 291. ; once ro. and 

adls. 
Psyche, by Lanercost, 8 yrs - ChMlton I I 
Little Quern, 4 yts - " Jsksene 9 s 

ZaldeeVBjrs- - - Couper Sdr 

Borough Cup oi 93l. i twice ro. and^ dis. 
Lady Eden, U yis. 7at 21b 
Mary Nobbier, aged, 7*t I8lb 
Wilmont, 3 yrs, Ht 9\b 

Won by a length. 

Laneashire Status at iOl.; from the Junion Barn, 
tw.ce round. 
Al^bees of Jerveaux. » yrs - - Charlton I 

iMibina,ayrs - - Couper S 

John ofTnam.ayrs - - Evans I 

Staten Bandieap of I9l. ; twice ro. 

Wilmont. hT The Hydra, 8 yrs. 7»t 81b Couper \ 

Mary Nobbier, aged, «»t 121b - Evans S 

LitileQueen,4yrs, 7»tlOIb - Slieene i 

John rf Tuam, 8 yrs, est 81b - Charltjn i 

GUILDFORD. 

FRIDAY. July 2« —Queen's Plaie cf 105/. ; 2 mU 
Confldeoce, by The Saddler, 8 yrs, 

- -■ H. Goiter 1 

Dockeray ! 

Moon 8 I 

S. Mann ( 

. Reeves < 

Plummfr 2 dr 



HUtt 

Each beat won easily. 

Consolation Stakes of 281. ; 1 ml 4 fur. 

Ima,aged.9st7lb - - »»«*• • I > 

Frank, yrs, •et - - Planner I « • 

Sally Sutton (lata Jeutf Und). aged, 

9tt - - • Sutton « • 

The Captain, aged. lOst - Bamet 2 dr 

Harem, af^d, 8st .carr. fltt 8lb) Baraet > dr 

Little Fan»», aced. sKtTlb - Bailey dr 

Fisticuff. •»() ••t -;b - Beeves dr 

The Unknown, a^eu^lOst - Aslet dts 

\\ on Cleverly. The winner claimed lor lOL 

BRIDGNORTH. 
FBIDAY.^iOm 2«.— .4ptey Bandieeu of 7lt. ; 2 ml 

Imperial, byAssassin, 8 yrs, 7sl lOlb W. Sharp* I 

Egiat, » yw. 8»t lOib - - 0. Wbitohoute 2 

Ariadne, 8 yrs, 5st I2lh • - Knott 8 

Iribh Ambassador. 4 yrs, 7»t 81b Couper « 

Cra^y Lad. A yr*. 7st ilb . - Wells « 
Won by a length. 

Borongh Stakes of 30(. ; I mi. 2 far. 
B. c. by Combat (h. h.), 8 yi«, 7«l 4lb Wl'ltaW* I 
Sampler. 8 yrs, 7st 7lb - - J^***^ * 

The Pilot, 3 yrs, 7»t 4lb - W. Sharpe 8 

B. f. by Martbal Soult^Sister to Nan&B. 

8yr*,7"t4lb - • ^-.■•<?^ ? 

Pan»ey,Syrs,7»»71b - -Wells bolted 

Won by a aeck. 

Selling Stakes of SU.; 1 mL 

Music, by Tamworih, 6 yra, .... 

8st8lb - - Il.CricknMre 1 1 

Br. I. by The Provost— Patroness, 4 yra, 7st 

. - - • 288 



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Evans 

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7«t Mb 
Rodney, 4 yrs, 9st lib - 
Michael Bruoion, 8yrs,7«t5lb 
Did Aoh, 4yrs. SstUb 
Ruscot (h b), 4 yrs. Osl lib 

Vice, » yr8,7«t sib - 

Sam Hood, S yrs, »st l lib (carr. 9»t I8lb) ^aIt dis 

Miss Nipper, 5 vrs, P«t 1 Hb Abrahams dis 

Both heiitt wun easily. 

ODIHAM. 

FRIDAY, July 26.— Toten Stikes of 40/. ; 1 iri. 4 fur. 
Diuna, by Harkaway, 4 vrs, Ssi 7lb Hiett l I 

Sir Benjamin, 4 yrs, 8st7lb - Heavens 4 2 
Boxer, 8 yrs, 78t 4b - - Brice 2 

Verta. ag«d, 9st »Olb - - Drewe 8 

First heat won by a length, second by two lengths. 

BartUy Heath Stakes of 441 : I mi. 4 fur. 
Tmn, by Sir Hercules, a^ed. Ost «lb Drcwe 1 l 
Tl.e Handsome Doe, 8 yrs. 7st Brice 1 2 v 

Hlirhwayman, aged, Osl alb - Bailey 8 
MvMary, aged. Osteib - Planner 

Mis West, a.ed, 9.t lOjb Donaidscn 

Red Doe, 5 yrs, 8st I2lb - T Burn 



Newamonger, Syrs, 6st lllb 

Jack Cade, aged, Het 7lb - - . « - 

Sampler. 8 yrs, 7«« Olb - -^ -800 

Three well-contested heats. 

Fret Handieap of 10(. ; once ro. and a dis. 

Cauliflower, by Colwick, ft yrs, 7sl71b W. SIihi • I 

Muse ft yrs, 8st - • - Z*^^" * 

Cra«y.lad.»yrs.7stlOlb - Turner 4 

Won by half a length. 

GHEWTON MENDIP. 
TUESDAY, Jaiv 80.— C*ew<on Sta*et of SSL ; 
1 mi. 4 ftir. 
Sir Benjamin, by Lanercost. 4 jrr*,»st 

7,b . - - - Breit I 1 

Lady Day (h. b.) . 4 vrs, ••t Fhwt heat Cro^a, 

^ ^^ Second heat F. Dallimeee 1 2 

Bella Donna, aged. lOst 4lb - Owner . 8 dr 

Won cleverly. 
jgFurdle Stakes of 2«. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Frank, by Liverpool, 6 yrs, 1 1st 4lb Land ."* 
AXH, 4 vrs. 88t 1 lib - T. DonHldson fi 
Beil I Donna, aged, lOst 4lb Bunoughs 8 
Sir Benjamin, 4 yrs, 9i>t find. 8lb ex.) Brett 1 
Tamworth, aged. 9st lllb O. Vivian 

Three good beaU. 
Innkeepers* Plate of 821. ; I ml. 4 fur. 
Little Envy.bv8naD,4 yr8,8st lllb Cf-rli^le 
Lady Day, 4 \n, Oi.t 4ib A. Vivian 

Bob Roy (late Admiral), aged. 

Ostllb - - . - O. Vivian 

Tamworth,aged. 9stlllb Burrou-h. 

Danella, 4 yrs, 8*t 1 lib T. Donaldson 

Cambric, 4 yrs. Oat 7* - Dallimore 
Old rimes, 4 yrs, 9st 15b - Delloj 

Won in a canter. 
Hurdle Maleh, 5ol., list 71b each ; twice rouni-- 
Miss Fanny, aged ( W. Wilkins), beat Sir ttoben. 
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GOODWOOD. 

TUESDAY, Ja'v 80.— Crauen Stakes (Handicap) 

>f 901. . 1 ml « fur. 



MaidofTeamValley. by Velocipede, 4 jis, 

ystBlb - • - ■ ^^ \ 

. - , Cariboo, 8 yrs. 7st lib - - E. Sharp « 

dr Qplver, 4yrs, 7»t»lb - - Klichenrt^ 

dr lVMnipyro,eyrs,8sl lOlb - - Flalmaa 

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Loadstone. 5 yrs, 8st 71b • - Hly 

Tb« Moor. S yn, 8tt Sib • - W.Abdale 

Woodlark, 4 jnra, 7>t 81b - - Etling 

Secood Chanre, S yn, flst lllb - Barker 

S lo 1 agtt Cariboo. 8 to 1 Mtt Maid of Team Val< 
ley, and 4 to 1 ag»t Quiver. Won by half a length ; 
half a length betHreen second and third ; The Moor 
a bad fourth; Vampyrt and Loadstone next. 
S mia. 20 sec. 

Po$t Staiet of 49U. ; 1 mi. fi fUr. 
The Bce-bnnter, by Gladiator, 8it 7lb Flatnun 1 
Nutshell, 8«t 71b , - - Marlow « 

2 to 1 on Bee-huDter. Won by 15 lengths. 8 mm. 
SO sec. 

Innieepera* Plate of 8U. ; 6 fur. 
Meridian (bred m Germany), by Glaucos, 

5yrs. Sstlilb - - Whiiehouse 1 

Tigflant. i yrs, 5st 81b - - Kendall S 

B. f. by Cowl-Celandine, 1 yrs, Set 71b Cowley 8 
Ranger, 8 yrs, 7«t »lb - - Flatman 

Ch. f. by Pantaloon— Camp-follower, flyri, 

5»t7lb - - - Barker 

Slang, 8 yrs,7tt 8lb - - Witherton 

Cb. r by Envoy— Lady Riddleswortb« 

Syrs, flst71b • - G.Mann 

Femande,8yn,7st91b • - W.Abdale 

Even on the Cowl filly, 4 to 1 agst Vigilant, and 

5 to I each agst Slang and the Envoy fllly. Won by 
four lengths. Vigilant beating the Cowl filly by a 
head; Banger and Slang fourth and fifth. The 
winner was claimed for ICKM. 1 min. 20 sec. 

LavatU StaJitt at 4«0f.. for S yr olds ; 4 fur. 
Turtle, by Venison, Sst 81b - Kitchener 1 

Br. f. by Bay Middleton—Venus. Sst 61b 

(incl. 81b ex.) - - Templeman 8 

Buckhound. Sst 71b - - Flatman 8 

Jutia.Sstaib- - - A. Day 4 

5 to 8 on tte Venus filly. 4 to 1 «nt Buckhound, 
and 5io 1 agst Jnlia. Won by half a length ; the 
same between second and third ; a length between 
tite third and fourth, ii sec. 

Grattpick* Staket of 17901., for 8 yr olds ; 1 mi. 
4 fur. 
MnsiciaB, byLaneroott, BstTlb J. Marson I 

Hardmge, Bit lOlb - - Flatman 8 

Mickleton, Sst 101b - - F. Butler 8 

Cora. 7»t >3lb - •< - Norman 4 

Hiupia. Ssi51b - • Tempieman » 

Deiooon.SstlOlb - - S.Rogers 6 

5 to 4 agst Hardinge, 8 to 1 agst Deicoon, and 
7 to 8 agst Musician. Won by a length ; a head 
bettreen Hardinge and Mickleton. andihe same be- 
tween the latter and Cora; two kqgths between 
Cora and Hippia. 8 min. 51 sec. 

Ham Staket of 8l00<., for 8 yr olds ; 9 fur. 
Fhlegra, by Phlegon, Sit lib - Norman I 

Heriinde«,8stnb - - F. Butler 8 

Bonnie Dundee, Sst 71b - - Marlow 3 

Christina. Sst 4lb - - - A. Day 

Anpach, Sst 4lb - - S.Mann 

Ginevra.Bstllb - - > Flatman 

The Ban, 8*t lOlb - - TempJeman 

Coticula,8st7lb - - J. Marson 

Tl.e Black Sea, Sst lOlb - - S. Rogers 

Knook Knoll, 8st lOlb • Bartholomew 

7 to 4 agst Hernandez. 5 to 1 agst Bonnie Dundee, 

6 to 1 each agst Black Sea and The Ban, 7 to I agst 
Coticulo, 8 to I each afst Knook Knoll and An. 
«TM>cb. and 10 to 1 agst ChzUtina. Won by a head ; 
the same between second and third; Knook Knoll 
a good fourth ; Anspach flfUi. and Coticulm next. 
I min. 18 sec. 

Sweevetaket of ISOOf., for 4 yr olds ; 8 mi. 5 fiir. 
The Plving Dutchman, by Bay Middleton. 

HttTfb - - - Marlow I 

Vatican. 88t /lb - ^ - Templeman 8 

Ik to 1 on F. Dutchman. Won by ten lengths. 

7 min. 88 sec. 

MauK loot, bnlf ft.; T.Y.C.-Henrietta, by 
Merry Monarch, Set 4lb (Flatman), beat Cbaplet, 
Sst 7lb (Ducker), by three lengths. 5 to 8 on Hen- 



WEDNESDAY. -Jftflek, SOOt., 8st 7lb each; 
1 mi^WUliam tbo Conqueror, by Touchstone 



, I, beat Mooltan (A. Day) by three lengths- 

e to 4 on tne winner. 1 mm. 55 see. 

Stetpard^ C«p, value SCO/ . with 200f. ; fiur. 
Turans (bred in Germany), by Taurus, 

4yrs.6stl01b - • -Charlton 1 

The White Lady, 4 yrs. 7st2lb - _, Nash 8 
Ploughboy. 4 yrs, 7»t 31b - Kitchener 8 

Mildew, 8 yrs, 8st5lb - - A.Day 4 

Loadstone, 5 yrs, 88t 101b - * ,. ^'^ <^ 

Honevcomb, 4 yrs, Sst - - J. Marson 

Rhedycina, 8 yrs, Sst - - Crouih 

Ne^.ra.*u^ >^:t . - ^ Pettit 

Va- 1, ; .^ ;;L . i^^ - - - Flatman 

ChMji.fcLd^-7iij<)-4»7Btnb - W. Sbarpe 

Dcilj VurJen, * jri, J.I 4lb Wakefield, jun. 
ChabroH a'»iBl'rn!r.4'>lil*f)^flyrs.7st4lb Lyo 
(Edttmi.ifrt, Ti't ilt - Bob. Sherwood 

Kall^mHlP^I]T^s. ;*ttlb - G.Brown 

L«di:iiitwr, a yVa. fl« lllb - - Wheeler 

Cejfiinn, 4 Trn, ff-l jUlb - J. Mann 

Retaiu«ui.»j'-t<$«^l<3lb - - Rodney 

Diligence, 8 yrs, est 91b • • Basbam 

Kalmka, 4 yrs, 6st 91b - - Upsdale 

Heroine, 4 yrs, est 71b - - E. sharp 

Brington. 8 yrs, est 8lb - - Collins 

Humphrey. 8 yrs, flst 8lb " „ " *1^«" « 

Brightonia, 8 ?rs, est 2lb - Witherton 

Hood,ayrs,6it - - • J.Smith 

Harum-scarum, 8 yrs, 5st 71b - 6. Mann 

8 to I agst Tumus, 10 to I agst Humphrey, 15 to i 
each agst Rhedycina, Vasa, Dolly Varden. CEdiouii, 
Rathmlnes, and Harum-scarum. 100 ti e agst Cay- 
enne, and 20 to I each agst any other. Won by 
three lengths ; White Lady beaiing Floughboy by 
half a length; Mildew a good fourth, and Vasa 
fifth : Brightonia, CEdipus, Bringlon, Loadstone, 
and Dolly Varden well up. I min. 17 sec. 

Sweepstakes of 70f. ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 

inlver, by Velocipede, 4 yrs, 8it 8lb Flatman I 

it-bit, aged, 7«t I2lb - - Crouch 8 

Lismahago. 4 yrs, 78t 3lb - Wakefield 8 

5 to 4 on Quiver, and 5 to 8 agst Tit bit. Won by 
a length ; a head between second and third. 8 min. 
88 sec. 

Qoodtoood Stakes of 1170/. ; 8 mi. 4 fur. 
Windischgratz. by Jeremy Diddler, 8 yrs, 

Sst lOlb (incl. 5lb ex ) - - G.Mann 1 

Won't -you-come-out-tO'uight, 8 yrs, 4st 

nib - • - - StegBles 8 

TcsUtor, 4 yrs, est Tib - Walker 8 

Sauier-la-coupe, 4 yrs, 6st lllb - Rodney 4 
Glen Saddel, 5 yrs, 7»t lalb - Ca^twri^ht 
Cockermouth, 5 yrs, 7st lllb Wakefield 

Borneo, 4 yrs, 7«t lOlb - • Flatman 

Snowstorm, 4 yrs, 7»t 6lb - - T. Lye 

Jellyfish, 4 vrs, 7sl 61b - Kitchener 9 

The Maid of Team Valley, 4 yrs, 7st 

lib • - • • Dockeray 

Rodney, 4 yrs, 6st Olb . • E. Sharp 

Don Juan, 4 yrs, est elb - - Charlton 

BHCchanalian, 5 yrs, 6st - Witherton 

Normantoo, 4 yrs, est - Robt. Shenvood 

Clotb»orker.4yrs.6st ' - Hi.tt 

Cayenne. 4 yrs, 5st 61b - - Pavis 

Rabelais. 3 yrs, 4st 8lb - Toi>vi-y 

5 to 4 on Windischgratz, 7 to 1 agst Snowsiorm. 
18 to I agst Won't-you-come-out-to-nij5ht. 16 to l 
agst Borneo, 16 to i agst Bitcchunalian, and 25 to 1 
agst any other. Won by three lengths ; a length 
between second and third; a bad fourih; Cloth- 
worker fifth; Cockermouth sixth; Don Juan 
seventh ; Bacchanalian eighth. 4 min. 54 sec. 

SgUnton Staket of 880t., for 8 yr olds : 6 fur. 
Fhlegra, Sst Olb - - - Normnn I 

Buckhound, 8st 71b - - Flatman 8 

Teddington, Sst ISlb - TeroplemBn 8 

Jack Robinson, 8st 71b - - W.Abdale 

6 to 4 agst Teddington, 5 to 8 agst Buckhound, 
and 5 to 1 agst Phlegm. Won by a length ; a bad 
third. J . Robinson went to the post, but bolted and 
fell, and was left bchmd. 1 mm. 19 sec. 

Cowdray Stakes of lOOl. ; 6 for. 
Coca, by The Provost, 8 yrs. Set Olb Nomum 1 



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B. f. by Don John, d, hj Or. Syntax. S jrt. 

6tt 41b - - - - CoUimi + 

Vigilant, a yr«, e»t 41b - - Hiatt + 

H«2y, S yri, 6tt 4lb - - WUherton 4 

lndiaaa.Syr« - - - Wheeler 5 

A to 4 on the Don Jcbn filly, 8 to 1 ag>t Cora, 
7 to 8 agst Vigilant, and 4 to 1 aKxt Haxy. Won by 
• neck : a dead hent for ucond ; Uasy a bad fburtb. 
The winner was claimiid for lAOL 1 min. 17 mc. 

Mmtek, KM., h. It : 1 mt. S fur — Joe-o'-Sot, by 
Hetinan PlatAfF. 9at 4tb fP. Butler), beat Beebee 
Bunnoo. 7»t 8lb (Flatman), by half a length. 7 to 4 
on the loeer. S mln. SO >ec. 

atntpttaku of 1301. for 8 yr olda ; 1 mi. 

Mildew, by Slane * • received 

The Bee-hunter - - withdrew etdke 

JDrsmag Boom 8tafce$ of sysl , for 8 yr olde ; 

once re. 

The Bee-hun(er - Platman wallted over 

THVtLSDJLY.Snnpttatut of 4«X., &r 8 yr old 

iillie* i 6 fur. 

Cotieula, byTonehaione. SittTlb Bobtnaoa I 

Barcelona, DM 7lb - • Flatman 8 

8 to 1 on Coticttla. Won by two lengths. 1 uUn. 
Usee. 

Srvtepitaka of 800(.. fur 8 yr olds ; 1 mi. 
Cariboo, by Venison, Set 7lb - Flaiman 1 

Cranberry, est 7lb > • Templeman S 

8 to 1 on Cariboo. Won by six lengtlu. 1 min. 

a KG. 

StlUne Ba$utieap Plata of MI. ; 4 fur. 

Brifhtonla, by Touchstone, 8 yrs, 7st Charlton I 

Plougfaboy, 4 yrs,itot7lb • Flatman 1 

Bemnant, 8 yrs, 7st Mb • • Rodney 3 

Cheapside,6yrs,8st - - Cartwright 

Rathmines, 6 yn, 7*t ISib • Sly 

Elaag,8yn,6at 181b - - Witherton 

Brington. 8 yrs. est 91b - - Hictt 

Second Cbaoce, 8 yrs, est - BHrker 



ft to 4 agst Ploiighboy, 4 to 1 agst sister to I- ixst- 
jihance, & to 1 agst Remnant, and 8 to 1 asst 
Brightonla. Won by a bend ; a bad third. Tlte 



winner claimed for SOOf. 49 kcc. 

Racing Staku^ ottiOl , for 8 yr olds ; 1 mi. 
Pitsford, by Epiras. 8st iSlb (etb extva) A.. Day I 
Nutshell, 8ikt 71b - - - Marlow 8 

Garforth, 8st 71b - • Bartholomew 8 

William (be Conqueror, Bst 71b • Flatman dis 
5 to 2 on FiUtord. and 8 to 1 agst William the 
Conqueror. William tlte Conqueror came in first 
by a head, but swerved asainut Pitsford ; and on 
an objection being made, ue race was giv«n to the 
latter ; the other two beaten off. 1 min. 48 sec. 
Summs Stakes of 9001. ; for 8 yr olds, e fiax. 



B' c. by Faugh-a-baliagh, d<>m by Bianj 
8st4lb 



A. Day I 

Templeman 8 



7 to 4*on the Fatu^-«-ballagb colt. Won by two 



Merry.peal, 8st lib 
7 to 4 on the " — 
lengths. Not 
Ooodwood Cvp, value 8001., with M. ; S mi. 4 fur. 
Caneaou, by Melbourne, ft yrs, Bst ylb F. Butler 1 
Cariboo, 8 yrs, 7st 4 lb - - Charlton S 

Cossack, e yrs, 9st Sib > • Templeman 8 

Stults. 6 trs, 7st iBlb - . Flatman 

Knight of Gwynne, 8 yrs, 7at 41b Dockeray o 

Windiscbgratx, 8 yrs, 7Bt 41b - Wakefield 
Maria Mont, e yrs, 6st 81b - - Rodney 

Probity, 8 yrs, est eib • • Peaoock 8 

Even on Windiscbgratx, 8 to I agaft Caaeioii, 
8 to 1 agst Cossacit, and SO to 1 agst any other. Won 
easily by two lengtiis. Cariboo beating Cossack by 
a length. Windiichgratz a bad fourth. Uaria Mont 
being fifth, the Knight of Gwynne sixth, and 
Probity seventh. Stuiu broke down. 4 min 66 sec. 

Dukt qfRidinwniPa Plait (Handicap) of tOO(. ; 
1 mi. 

Wallflower, by Magpie, 4yr«, 7st 5lb 6. Brown 1 

Tit-bit, aged, est 9ib - • - Rodney S 

Freslaw.Syrs. estflib - - J.Mann 8 

Helter-skelter, 6 yrs, 7stlSlb - Flatman 

SUtinka, 4 yrs, est 7U) (car. est 91b) E. Sharp 8 

Nateracker, 8 yxs, est 41b • W. Bar lock 



Sergias,8yn.«rtaib • 6. H^m 6 

Normanton, 4 yrs, est 8lb • R. Sherwood t 
Humphrey, 8 yrs, tat isib - - Hictt Q 

8 to 1 agst Wallflower, 4 to I ant Humphrey; 
5 to 1 aj^st Sergius, 5 to I aget Preslnw, and 5 to 1 
agst Helter-skelter. Won by a length. Tit-bit beating 
Preslaw by half a length ; Sergius Iburtb, Hum- 
phrey fifth. 1 min. 48 sec. 

MoUeamh Staku otZSOl. : for 8 yr olds. 8 for. 
Teddington, by Orlando, 8it ISlb Templeman 1 
Hippolytus, 8st yib ... Marlow 8 
Hurry-scurry, 8st 4lb • • Platman 8 

8 to 1 on Hlppolytns, 4 to 1 aett Hurry-scurry, 
and 5 to i agst Teddington. won by a bead. 
Hurry-scurry fell twice brfure the etarl, and was 
left behind. 1 min. 81 see. 

a»>*n$taktt of ISOT. ; 8 furs. 
Diligence, by Gladiator. 8 yrs, 6ft 4lb Charlton I 
Woodlark, 4 yrs. 7«t lib - - Kitchener 8 

Knight ot the Garter, 8 yrs, 4st lOlb Steggles 9 
Ch. tl by a son of Glauens and Cassandra— 

Lepida» M yrs, tat 181b • • G. Mann 

C. by John o'Gaunt, dam (in l8ftS, by The Sxd- 

dler, a yrs, 4st 8lb (carried 4st lllb) Toovcy 
Humphrey, 8 yrs, est 7lb - - Hictt 

d to 4 agst Woodlark, 8 to 1 agst Diligence, aad 

4 to I agst Knight of the Qatter. Won by a I e^d ; 
three lengths between the winner. The winner 
claimed for 70L I min. 18 lec. 

Angtasev Plate (tlandicap) of 60f. ; 8 ftir. 
Quiver, 4 yrs. lost 121b - Mr P. Will ams 1 
Va*a, 4yrs, list - - - Mr Bevill 8 

Escape, 5 yrt, list 9lb • • Capt Little 8 

Joe o' Sot, e yrs, 11 St 9ib - Mr Osbaldeston 
Hope, 9 yrs, I let 4lb - • MrHubson Q 

Athelstane, 3 yrs, lOst elb (carried 

lOsi 81b) ... Mr Elwes 

Fugitive, aged, I9st Sib • • HrScebell 

7 to 4 ajjst Qatver, 4 to 1 ag«t Vasa. and e to 1 
each agst Athelstane, Fugitive, and Hope. Woa 
by a head; Hope third, and Joe o'Sot fourth. 

5 mhi. 8ft >ao. 

JfateA.— 8st Tib each. Claymore, 8 yr», received 
1001. ft. from Mimosa, 3 yrs. 

FRIDAY.— ^osteu Stakes of ^M/. % 8 yr old 

fillies. 1 mi. 
Nutmeg, by Nutwlth, 8»t ylb - Mai low t 1 
The Countess, 8st 7ib . Flatmwn f \ 

Harum-scarum, est 71b - P. Butler f * 

8 to 1 on CounteM, S to I agst Kutmeg, and 5 to 1 
against Harum-soarum. A dead heat with the 
three. Not timed. Deciding heat: ft to 4 e:4ch 
agst The CountRss and Nutmeg, and 4 to 1 agst 
Harum-scarum. Won by a length; a dead beat 
for second. 1 min. 88 sco. 

SettringtoH Slakes of lOOl. for S yr olds, eftir. 
B. c. by Faugh-a-ballagh, dam by Bran, 

8st7lb ... A.Day I 

B. £ bv Bay Middleton-Venvs, 

RstSlb^ - ■ • - Templeman S 

XIu:ry-scurry, Sst 81b • • Kitchener 3 

ft to 4 on Ventu filly, and 8 to 4 agst Faugb-a- 
ballagh colt. Won by two length*. Hurry-scurry 
a bad third. Not timed. 
aimU^fisId Cup (Handicap^ value 8001., vith 16S sor. 

Tunns, 4 yrs, est list (incloding 7>b extra) 

(carried est Itlb) . - G. Brown I 

GSdtpus, 4 yrs, est 9lb • Rob. Sherwood 8 

WallQower.4yra.est8lb • G.Mann t 

Borneo. 4 yrs, Sst 4lb - . Flatman 

Mildew, 8 yte, ;st Olb - - A. Day 8 

Strongbow, 4 yrs, 7st 91b - - Dockeray 

Hope, ft yrs, 7st 71b • • B. Sbarn 9 

Dulcet aged. 7»t 4lb - - Crouch 

Tbornhifl,4yrs.7stllb« - Rodney •' 

The Swede, 8 yrs, 7st • • J. Mann 

0£Bciott8, 8 yrs, est Olb - - Kitebener 

Don Juan, 4 yrs, est 7lb - • Cherlien 

Nutcracker. 8 yrs, ftst ISlb - Barker I 

Made-sah, 8 yrs, ft«i lOlb - . Hiett • 

8 to 1 agst Tumus, 4 to 1 aget nTall Hewer, ft te I 
each agst Don J uan end Ofllcious. f te I aget Stroitg^ 
bow, 8 to 1 agst Mildew, aad 10 to 1 •git an? ether. 
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■tr*««bow • bad ftarth, The flirwU 6fUi. S mia. 

Uifhmond StaJt»t of fi89t. for 8 yr olds, i ml. 6 fur. 
Miwtciaa, 8«t Bib . • . Marlow 1 

Coin|>aM,,8tt 4lb - • Plaiman S 

9 to 4 on Compan. Won bj a lengtlu 
avtgpttaktt of eol 4 tar. 
Plc«uthh«T,bfRayMiddieton.4yn,ait(abPlatm:«n 1 
Dolly Varden. 4 yn, 8Bt 81b - - Fettit S 

Hoaeraomb, 4 jrt, 8st 8lb • Robinson 8 

The Moor, 5 TTt, Sat Ulb - W. Abdale 4 

6 to 4 afit Ploughboy, 5 to S agrt Tlie Moor, and 
S to 1 ag»t Hooeyoomb. Won by throe lengths. 
Maoca. 

Qoodmood 2far««ry BmuUeap of 4901. ; 
for iyr olds. 1 noL 
rhiegra. est Itlb (ind. 6lb extra) - J.Mann i 
Thoroush-good 8ain,7*t8]b • Crouch t 

Iracaadoa, 7st 81b • . Cbarlton 8 

B. c. by Pau^ a-ballagh, d. by Bran, 

7st 81b- - - A. Day 

M>n-ry*peal, 7et 71^ • • G. Brown 

FredilecUon. 7st «lb > - Rodney 

61*nluvb,7st - - • Dockeray 

The Incttrabl«,«stI8lb • J. Smith 

Caiihn.tet71b(oarr. SstOlb) - W. Skanie 

Even on Phlegra, 8 to 1 a^ Paugfa-a-balla, 
colt, 4 to I agst Thnrongh'^ood Sam, and 10 to _ 
agat Prodileetion. Vfoa by a neck ; Iracnndoa a 
bad third. The Inemrable fbinrih. 1 min- 49 mc. 

QuMi^a Piatt of lOH. ; 8 ml. » tar. 
TheOent, by TbeNob. 8yrs.7at4lb Dockoraf I 
AthoUtane, & yre. But 18lb - J. Sharp 8 

Escape. 5 yrs, 8st ISib - . P. Butler 

Niiicracker, 8 yrs, 7>t 4lb - J.Mann 

A to S on The Gent Wen hi a eamor; Nat- 
cnclMr took the wrong tnm at the clump. 

irare*S«aft«(ofe«.; 6 fur. 
Woodlarlt. 4 yn, lOet 4lb 

(car. iOat 61b) - -Mr Berltl i 

Joc-o'-8oC.6yrs, llSt»Ib - Mr Osbaldenton 8 
HoiMyflomb, 4yrB. list - Mr P. Williams 8 
Mr«Taft*Syr«. KMllIb • Mr Biw*-e 4 

Helter-akdter.ftyn, lOfitTIb Capt Pettat 6 

9 to £ each agat Honeycomb, 9 to C agst Woodlark, 
and 8 to 1 agst Joo>o*>Sot. Won by a length ; a 
neck between second and third, Mrs Taft a bad 
fourth- 1 m'ln 84 seo. 

amMpMtakM of lU.. tar S yr olds ; 4 fur. 
Vigilant, by Voltaire, 7*t 81b Dockeray walked ever 

SwaafMtalM of SCO/, i Cra. Co. 
WilUana the Conqueror, fttt 71b • received 

LEOMINSTER. 

WEDNBSDAT, Jnlf 8t.^Hsr^ordiA<r« Stakn 

of lOftf. ; 8 mi. 

Half and-hnli; aged. 7st 81b • Weaver 1 

Mignon.eyrs. aet isib • Wakefield, jnn. it 

Ma»ier Downes, aged.ystlOlb • Ennis 8 

GAffer Ureea, agvd, 8tt - Tasker 4 

Won by half a length. 

Maiden Piatt of 901 : 8 mi. 

Miae Collinirwood, by Y. Cadland, 

af^ed. 8stSlb - MrE Htigbn 8 i 1 

Streimor, Chb.),.ftyrs,8st lib Cheawa^s 3 8 8 
Little John, 9 yrs. Bat • Sir, jua. 18 3 

Pomona, 6 > IS, 8Bt 9 lb • Tinker dr 

Won easily. 
Htm/«r*' Stakn of 7»t; 
Nrw Forest Deer, by Venison, aged, 

llB<4ib - - T.Oliver 1 1 

Mr TiMU. 4 yrs, UKt 4lb - W. Turner 8 8 

Vornee. 9vrs- ll«t «lb - 8 Darling 8 8 

lft4>iaol(h.b.>.6yrs. Ilsteib • C. Boyce 

Won cter.rly. 

THURSDAY.— Fo'io Stakn of VIL ; 1 ml. 8 l\ir. 
Seeond tight by Httrkaway, 4 yrs. 

7«t lO'.b - • Criekraere 10 1 

Half ■nd4iair,7tt 181b • Ennis 1 8 

Mii|aom8yr»,7M Sib • Wak«fi-ld 8 8 

Sollaai 4 yrs. flsi 18lb . Weaver 8 8 

Musts' l>o«n««> Si( - Metediih 8 8 



8 dr 
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Gaffer Green, aced. 8st 31b Taaker 4 

The first heat won by a neck ; the other oleeeriy. 

Wolphy Stakn of 4M. : 1 ml. 8 fur. 
Colorynthus, by Cardinal Puff, 

9 rrs, Out - - Cheswass Oil 

New Forest Deer (h b.), aged. 

Oat 111b . . Wakefield 

Honel, (h.b.) , 8 yrs. Out 1 lib Weaver 
Music, (ii.b.), 9yrs,8st7lb Tasker 

Volatile, lOst 4lb - - S.Darlmg 

Won easily. 
8*/Mng Stdbet of l8f. ; 1ml. 8 fur. 
Streamer by Jack Tar (b,b.), 8yrs, 

7st llib . Wakefield, Jun. 8 1 I 

Black Bess (h.b.). aged, fist lib Meredith 1 8 8 

Mueic,7etlllb - - Tasker 4 8 8 

Br. m. by Carew, 6 yrs, Ost 41b S. Darling 3 dr 

Three very clMely-contested beats. 

LEITH SUBSCRIPTION. 
PRIDAT, Aug. %^lAitk and EimltuTgh Btakt$ of 

88£. : 1 mi. 4 fttr. 
La Malheorenaa, by Inheritor, 9 yrt, 

9sl 7Ib • - . Thrift 1 I 

Cynthia, 4 yrs, 8st 181b - - Simpson 8 dr 

Pot-luck, 4 yrs. »Bt 5)b . Llveiey 8 dr 



Won by two lengths. 

Itktp Stakn. twice ro. 

Won in two beau by Maid of the Shews, 4 yrs, 

7st lilb (Livesey). Seating Miss Jane, 4 ym, 

8at Olb (Simpson), and The Doctor, 6 yrs, 9st 4lb 

(Adams). 

Cup Stakn, twice ro. 
Won In two beats by La Malheureuse, by In. 
heritor. 9 yrs, 9at 6>b (Thrift), beating Gracey, 
9 yrs, 8st lOlb (Simpson). 

Co««oIa<fon PUtl», twioe ro. 
Won by Cynthia, 4 yrs. Oat lulb, beating Gracey, 
9 yrs, 8st «li>, and The Doctor. 6 yrs. Oat 41b 
(bolted). 

NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE. 
MOH DAY. Jng. b.— Borough Stakn (Uaadicap) 

of iU- ; twice ro. and a dis. 
Gratis, by King Cole. 7st 81b W. Sbarpe 1 1 
Beggar-my neighbour, 8it dlb > Pattieon 8 8 
Reliance, 6*t 9lb - • Knolt 4 8 

Repulse, 8st 7tb • - Prust 3 dr 

BaekStahu; twice ro. 
Lord Stafford (late Beaker), list lib Taylor 1 1 
Little Jane, list lib - . Miller 8 8 

LIzzv, list lib . . Charles 4 8 

The Wise Woman. lOst 71b Rowley 8 bolt 

Tradnrtun*$ Plat* of g«. ; thrice ro. and a dis. 
BepuUe. bv Lanercost,Sst»lb • Prost 1 1 
The Dart. lOst lib • - W. Langtey 3 8 

Rotiance. lOst lib- . Langley 

Craxv Litd. Ost 01b • - Brown 

Wiseacre, lOst 4lb - . Taylor 8 dr 

TUESDAY.— imleeapers* Pfete ofS4l.; thrico ro. 

and a dis. 
Gratis. lOst lib . - -White I 1 

Sir Charles, lOat lib . - W. Taylor 8 fi 

The Dart, lOitt lib - • W. Lanvlev 8 8 

Repulae. lOat lib • ^ Frost 

Setting Plate cf 17/- ; t Ice ro. and a die. 
Beg^^ar my-oelgbbour, by Colirick, 

9st leib - . Pattisnn 8 1 1 

Crazy Lad, 9»t - - Brown 18 8 

Reliance, Ost 6lb - Langley dis 

Comtiatiem Staket. 

Were won in two beats by Craar Lad, bv St. 
Luke. lOnt (Brown), beating RhU mce. Sst ?lb (J . 
LAngl<'y)> and The Dart, lOst 4lb (W. L«nglvy). 

RIPON. 
MONDAY .^ng. 9.— 7>ee Year Old Blaket of M.i 

T Y.C. 

Trick>lre«s, by Sleight-of-band, 7*t ISib Holmes 1 

Vi.icntine. Ont 9'ib - . Dickeni>on 8 

Unity, 8Bt Sib • - . Lotosratafr 3 

Ariotoi.0s(91b • . T Lye 4 



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The Little Fawn. 8it tib • - J. Manon 5 

B. c. br VeolMHi'- Venus, 8«t tlb Cartwrlgbt « 
Peter ttie Great. 8st Sib (bolted)- • Fenn 

\Voo bjr a ni'ck, Valentine beating Unity bj • 
head ; Oreete* and LiUle Pawn %*«U up. 

SMiMg Stakat of 3S/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Acomb, by Sh. Anchor, 6 yre, 

«et81b • • J.Oeborae 8 I 1 

Scarborough, 8 yre, 6«t 21b Arnold t S t 

Timothv, 8 y», Set ISIb - T. Dodd 8 8 dr 

First heat won by a length, the eecond by two 
lengthe, and the thiid by a length. 
Plait of SO/- ; 8 mi. 
B. c. by Ourlet XII. - Prill, 8 yre. 

7at Sib . - - O. Oates 1 1 

Otbaldwick, 8 7rt,7»t8lb - Wakefield 5 8 
The WeUhman, 3 yre, 7>t tlb Arnold 4 8 

Doctor BleniUh. 3 jrB,7it<lb - T. Dodd ] 
B. f. by Young Friani,d. by Contest, 

Syra, Set 181b (car. 7Bt elb) - P. Smith Sdis 

The fliet beat wae won by half a length, 
lei-ond by a length. 

TUESDAY.— 6rea< St. wa/rid Hcatdieap Slaket of 

UtL : S mi. 
Lady Eden, by Auckland, 8 yn, 7et J. Oaborne I 
Jenny Lind, 4 yre. Set 0lb - J. Mar»on 

Acomb, 5Tra,7at lllb • • T. Lye 

Mary Nobbier, agt<d,8tt4lb - J.Bcn&on 4 

Pleur de Seine, 3 yrs. Sat 7lb - W. Noble 

Laura. 8 yra. tetdlb • - Arnold 8 

6 to 4 on Lady Eden. Won by tvo lengths, the 
same between second and third. 

Grand Stand Staket of SOI. ; T.Y.C. 
Trickstrcsa, by Sleight-ot'band,8yra, 

est 131b - - - O.Oatet 1 

ValenUne.tTra, est ISib • Wakefield 8 

Lady Eden, 3 yre, 8st fllb • - G. Abdale 8 

Lady Mowbray, 2 yn, eat 8lb - Arnold 4 

Tom HoUby. 8 yra. 6at 12ib - Irvine 

TJnltr,2yrs, 6st9lb • J. Onborne 

Peter the Great, 2 yrs, Oat ISlb ' Baaham 

Even oo Lady Edm. and 6 to 4 agat Trickstresa. 
Won by a length ; two lenutha between second nnd 
third. ' * •» 

Amateur 8taJct$ of 801. ; 1 mi. 
Lord Saltoun, by Tlie Mole, aged, 

list • . MrJ. II. Peart 18 1 

Acomb, Syra, lOct 101b Mr R. Harrison 8 1 dr 
Lccliorn.8 yra, Sat Sib C. Wintrini(ham 8 2 dr 

l^lrst heat won by two lengths i seieond by balf-a- 
dozcn lengths. The owners of Lord Saltoun and 
Aoomb divided the Stakes. 

HUNTINGDON. 
TUESDAY, Aug. 9.^Hinfihinttrook Ptait of 90f. ; 
once ro. 
The Bnllet Girl, by The Earl of Richmond. 

4 yrs, est yib - - , Hammond 8 11 

Camilla. 4 yrs, 7*t lllb > 18 8 

Oariick, 4yrs. 8at71b - . 8 dr 

aiti««pMlake$ of MOf., for two year old*; I tni. 
Onci-more, bv Auckland, 8st 4lb Flatman 1 

Minile. If»t41b - . s 

CttKtellan, Kst4lb ... g 

Bi.ly bar,8st7lb - - 4 

Won by a neck. 
Swttprtaket of 50i., for 8 yr olds ; 1 mU 
B. c. by Dromedary, d. by Mulatto, 
^8*t8,b - - Rogers 1 I 

Nutbrown. 8it 21b - . ^2 

WEDNESDAY.— OoU Cujt, of 90Z. ; once ro. and 

a mile. 
Brandyfaoe. by Inheritor, e yrs, 9at 8Ib Rogers 1 

The Admiral, yra. Sat 21b . 2 

Quinine, 4 yra, bst lib . . 8 

Huntingdon 8take$ of 90L ; 1 ml. 
B. e. Ity Dromedary, d. by Mulatto,8 yra, 

7»tJtilb - - . Sly 1 1 

Puicherrima, 4 yra, ShI 81b • . 8 2 

Garrick. 4 yr«, 8at alb - . 8 8 

M0mber** Plate of M.; onct TO. 

The B. let Girl, 4 yra, eat elb Hammond 4 1 I 

Bird of Paradise, 5 yrs, BttlQIh i 8 8 



Nutbrown,8yn,5etlIlb . '" - t 8 9 

Wliitstone, » yre, Sst 1Mb • » 4 4 

Tbrae •xoellMU beati. 

WORCESTER. 

TUESDAY, Aug. t,-8mrn Slakta o( 491.', i mi. 

8 fur. 
Spot, by Meteor, 4 yra, 8et (cairlcd IM 8tb> 

Sly^mn. i 

Monk, 8 Trs, est lllb - - WeUs 8 

Seeond-eighr, 4 yrs, 8st lib - H. Criekmere 

e to 4 on Spot. Won eoaily by ten lengths. 

Second's Ight did not pass the chair. 

IToreetiersAtr* Staket (Handicap') of 1081. ; 2 mi. 
Egret, by Hentn. 9 yrs, 8M Sib G. Whiteheu^e 1 
Sampler, 8 yra, Sst SIb - . Wells 2 

Mignon, e yrs, 6st lOIb - .A* Enoek s 

Truandaise, 4 yra, est I8lb - Weaver 4 

Even on Bgret. 2 to 1 aget Mignon, Sand 4 to I 
agat Sampler. Won bjr n neck; half a length 
between second and tlurd, and a length between 
third and fourth. 

City Member^ PUU of S<U. ; 8 mi. 
Seeond-aigbt, by Harkaway, 4 yra, 

8Bt4lb . • H. Criekmere I I 

Carbuncle, 4 yra, 7tt ISlb - R. Jamee 8 S 

Mia« Collingwood,aged. 9at 41b Mr.E.Huglica 

First heat won by a length and a batf ; « 

by five lengtha. 

WEDNESDAY—Sitfififf BtakeM of 401. ; 1 ni. 
8 for. 
Sellna, by Longaight, 4 yra, 7it 

4lb - - - WeaTer • 1 1 

Old English Gentleman, 4 yra, 7at 

7lb « - - Sabia IBS 

Sampler, 8 vrs, Ost Sib (carr. 8ib 

OTpr) ... Enock 828 

Volatile, e yra. »st lllb . Darling, Jun 4 dr 

Each beat won easily. 

Cup Ptaku (Handicap) of 881. 
Mignon. by Cardinal Puff, 6 yrs, est lOib w. 0. 

Jmkaapert' 8fake$ of SSL ; 1 ml. f fur. 

Spot, by Meteor, 4 rra. Sst 8lb . Sly, jun 1 1 

Carbuncle, 4 yra, 7ct ISlb • R. Jamea t 1 

Won in a canter. 

HeeicSfclrMoflM.; ImLSfur. 

Paul, bv Sir Isaac, 8 yrs, Sst 41b Escott 1 1 

Gipsy Bess, e yrs, lOst 71b Darling, jun 8 dr 

Won eaaily. The winner vat sold by auction 

for 28/. 

TAVISTOCK. 

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 7.— VFomfovis 8tmke$ of SM.; 

twice ro. 

ber,6yre - - W.CarUle 1 i 

r. by The General. 4 yrs. list 71b Ward S 8 

Tearing Tailor, 5 yrs, 10et7lb - Madgtf 8 dr 

Fugitive, aged, 12at 71b - Mr. Scobell 4 dr 

Wen by a length. 

Th* Mining Plate, 1 ml. 
Mining Queen . .J. Honley 1 1 

Grcnofen - - - - 2 < ' 

Phebe - - - - 8 l| 

Lady Bessie • - • - * ^ 1 

King Consort gelding • • iMltdl ' 

HwrdU Staket otltU', 1 mi. uad « dw. I 

Tearing Tailor, list .. • Mr. Madge 1I 

Jenny Lind, list • <- « < < 

Robert Peel, lOst - - . - s I 

Stambiml, list - - • . 4 4 

Fiddler's Green, lift • • .5-1 

The Hack !>uket waie won by Stamboul, hea^ 
four others. 

BRIGHTON. I 

WEDNESDAY. Aug. 7.—TrUd Saka otAaL'. 
Bristol ml. 
The Moor, by Sir Hercules, 8 yn, 

Bat lllb - - - W. Abd«l*J 

Ruscol (h. b.) 4 yra, Sst 4lb • Chnrttu* ^ 

S«ignororiIoidertteis,8yn,7»t81l» - Crewb^ 



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Mial^irkBwmy, 8yn,7ft8lb - T.Burn 4 
Vicfl^Svra, 7i> • - Robt. Sh«rwood 5 

6 to 4 agsit Min Larkaway. and 9 to 4 ag»t The 
Moor. Won bjr a length ; a neck teiireen aecond 
and third; • bad fourth. 1 min. 47 sec. 

Marifu Stahn of 3SM. ; T.Y.C. 
Catalpa, by Epirus. 8*i 81b - - Charlton I 

Exeter (late Cadeau), Sat 7lb - S. Mann 2 

Vucktaound, 8ai lOlb (81b extra) • F. Butler 8 
Ch. c. by TbUtlewbipper — Luunai 

byTeQi«(a.8Bt71b ' . W. Abdale 

Entro-nou*. 8»t71b - • Bartholomew 

Gin<>vra. 8tt81b - . . Dockeray 

Chaplet. 8«t 8lb - - Dncker 

7 tA 4 ^{st Buckbnnnd, 4 to 1 agst Catalpa, 5 to I 
agii Bntre-noiu. and 7 to I agtt Exeter. Won by 
H Icnffth, Exeter beating Buckbound by a neck ; 
•Ginevra a bad fourth. 1 min. SO lec. 

Brighton 8t€ikn of 4S0I. ; 1 ml. « ftir. t85 ydi. 

Pcrnbill, by A«GOt. 5 yr*. Sst 7lb Barlbolomev 1 

Idinimum, 4 yn. Oat 51b - - Charlton 2 

9,t. Roa^lia, 4 yrs. 7>t lOib • . PetUt 8 

CahiiHr, 8 yrs, a>t 81b . . Preece 4 

The Sweden 8 yrs, 7«>t ilb - - Crouch 

B«cchiiaalian, 5 yra. Ait ISlb - O. Brown 

Hi-ebee Bunnoo, 4 yra, 8tt I lib Rob. Sherwood 

I udney, 4 yrs, e*t 8lb - - £. Sharp 

The Wren, 8 yr a. est • - Collina 

II to 8 agat St. RoMlla, 7 to t agat Caimar. 

i to 1 agat PernhUl. 8 to 1 agat Bacchanalian, 8 to 1 
agu Minhnum, and 10 to 1 agat any other. 



Won 
aecond and third ; 



by two lengtha : a length beta 
Caimar a bad fourth. 8 min. 81 a 

Bota-Kegpert* Piatt (Handicap) of IIOL ; 
Briatol mi. 
Quiver, by Velocipede, 4 yra. Sat 51b 8. Mann 1 
Newport. 4 yra. Sat Sib • - Pettit 2 

Kciaii, 4yKa»8atMb - Bartholomew 8 

Hope, 5 yra. Set - - Crouch 

(E/ipua, 4 yra. 7st Iflb • Rob. Sherwood 
Com. 8yn. 7»t lOlb - - Abrahama 

Self-defence, 9 yr*. 7at 8lb - G. Bmwn 

Valentine, 8 yra, 7at - • • Ware 

Wott Indian. 8 yrs. 6Bt lllb - T. Bum 

S^oond-chance, 8 yrs, Oat •> - Barker 

3 to I agat Quiver, & to i each agat We»t Indian, 
Kctail, .and Cora, 8 to I each Rg»t Newport and 
CEdipiu, and 10 to 1 agat anr other. Won by half a 
l^njith \ Retail an iauttl'erent tliird. Second-chance 
fuurib. 1 min. 48 aee. 

Toicn PtaU of 74/. ; I mi. 8 ftir. 141 yda. 
Mxhael Bmnton, by Don John, Syrs. 

7at . - - E. Sharp Oil 

Siairr to Pillage. 8 rra. 8st ilb Charlton S 
Tit-bit, aged. Sat 8lb - Bartholomew 1 S 8 
Northern Eagle, 5 yra. Sat fib Crouch dr 
.Shameful, » yra, 7>t ijlb Abrahama U dr 

Verderer, 8 yra. 8»t 71b . Collina S dr 

Cherreuil, a yra. 7^ 01b - Brooks dr 

Genuine. 5 yia. Sat eib - R. Pettft dr 

Won by tflree nerta of a length ; aecond by about 
30 lengtba ; thira beat by 10 lengtba. The winner 
sold by auction Ibr 100 sora, the entering fdoe. 

TBURSDAY.-Pa«<Uon StaJrea of 401.; for 
2 yr olds I T.Y.C. 
TUorough-good Sam, by Auckland, SstTlb 

Croueh walked over 

atfmarda* PlaU of 1601.; T.Y.C. 
Plonghboy, by Bay Middleloo, 4 yra, 

fktOlb • - Kitchener 1 

Biightonia, 8 yra, 8at l(Hb - - 8. Mann 2 

Iracuodua. 8 yrs, 8st lOlb (ear. 7st) O. Brown 8 
B. e. by Bay Middletm, d. by Colwlek. 

8yra,8Btl0tb • . - Cliarlton 

Mi»a Larkaway, 8 yrs. Sat 101b - Bartholomew 
Briunnla. * vnt, 8st 101b . - E. Sharp 

B. I. by Don John, d. by Dr Syntax, 

2 rra, eat lOlb • • Collina 

B. /. by Pantaloon— Sherbet, 8 yrs, 

■at lOlb • • Robt. Sherwood ' 



lengths between the second and thinl. Britannia 
a bad fourth. 
ItaJfHMiy Ptat» (Handicap) of 18M. : Bristol mi. 

n^ .- .^.^ . W.Abilale 1 

. S. Mann S 
Charlton 8 
Brookes 
Dockeray 
Kitchener 
0. Brown 
E. Sharp 



The Moor. 5 yra. 8st 8lb 

Compass, 8 yn, 7»t liilb 

VRleotinc. 8 yrs, Ost 4lb - 

Glen Saddel, 5 yra, 8rt -lib 

Second-aight, 4 yrs, 7Bt 18lb 

Cheerrul, 4 yrs, 7al 181b 

Sell-dtftuce. 5 yra, 7at 4lb 

Cayenne, 4 yra, 8at 18lb 
5 to 8 agst The Moor, 4 to 1 agat Compaaa. 4 to 1 

agat Cayenne, and 10 to 1 each agi>t Valenthie and 

Glen Saddel. Won by two lengiha; Valenilne a 

bad third. 

Brighton Cup of 17M.; Old Co. 

St. Roialia. by Su Francis, 4 yra, 8st 71b Prttit I 

Borneo, 4 yrs, 8st lOlb • • S. Mann 8 

Br. c. by Sir Hercalea— Dark Susan. 
8 yrs, 7at Sib • Robt. Sherwood 8 

8 to 4 agst St. Rosalia. 7 to 4 agat Dark Suaau 

colt, and 8 to 1 agst Borneo. Won by a length, the 



Dark Susan colt a bad third. 



JToleA iOOL ; 4 fur. C. bv Thistlewhipper- 
(Chnrlt 
length ; 5 to 8 on Thistiewbipper colt. 



7a«8lb (Brown), beat Chaplet, 7at (Cl 



Lottiaa, 
irlton), by a 



Liatmed VietmUen' Plate (Handicap) of eAI. ; 
New Co. 
ReUil.by Lancaatrian. 4yrs,7stl81b • Pettit 1 
Graashopper, 4 yrs, 7Bt Olb • Crouch 8 

Tlj^Vtr.lerer.Syra. flat 2lb - . Barker 8 

Cheerful, 4 vrs, Sst - - S. Maon O 

Needful, aged, 7at 4lb • • Collins 

Tit-bil,aRed, Ost ISlb • • Rodney 

Purity, 4 yrs, 8st 4lb (carr. Sst lOlb) E. Sharp O 
Seignor ofHoldemess, 8yrs,tfBt8lb Charlton 
The Crowner, 4 yrs, Ost - Gilbert 

to 5 agst Retail, 7 to 8 agst Grasshopper, and 
5 tn 1 agst Seignor of HoMerncas. W0I1 by two 
lengths ; Verderer a bad third. 

AwMv Plate of 80<. ; Bristol ml. 
Second-chance, by Chatham, 8 yr*. 

Sst lllb • Robu Sherwood Oil 

Heroine, 4 yrs. Sat 81b • G. Brown 10 8 

Michael Brunton, 3 yrs, 7*t 81b Moon 8 
Genuine, 5 yrs. Sat Pettit 4 

Harum aearum, 8 yra, Sst 18lb Kitchener 8 8 dr 
Malmeabury, 5yra, Sat - Crouch S dr 

Chevreuil, ftyrs, fistSib • Brooks dr 

Mountaineer, 5 yra, 7>t7lb • Barker dr 

Martingale. 6 yrs. Sat - Dookpray dr 

Ranger. 8 yrs, est Ulb - Charlton dr 

E.i«:h heat won in a ranter. Ti>e win nrr entered 
to be aold for 80/., was sold by aucuoo (or 911. 

BRIGHTON CLUB. 

FRIDAY. AMg. ^.-Optional Piaie of 501. ; T.Y.C. 
Brightonia, by Touchstonei 8 yra, 

lOstOlb ... CapCPettM 1 
Hclterskelter, 5 yrs, 10«t 10!h . Bftr. Berill S 

Hind of the Forest, ft yrt. lOat 

lOlb . - Major Brtaighnrst 8 

Cayenne. 4 yn.lOstlSlb > Mr KIwea 4 

Busrot. 4 yrs, lOst 181b - Mr. P Williams » 
BasUlion,4yr8, lOatOlb • Count Batihy an r « 
Neediul. aged, lost ISib - Mr Caldwell 7 

S to 1 agst Brightonia. 8 to 1 agat llie Hmd of 
the Forest, 8 to 1 agst Helter-itkelter, and 7 to i ags« 
Bast ilion. Won by two lengths ; Hind of the Foreat 
a bad tliird. 1 min. 88 mc. 

Brighton Club Statu of 1801. ; New Co. 
Dover, by Jeraed, ft yrs, i Ist Sib M r Bevill 1 

Shm Hood, ft yra, I Itt lOlb Count Rattbyany S 

Agia. A yra, list • Mr P. Willinraa 8 

Mlnimuir., 4 vra, lOaC > Mr Oabaldeston 4 

8 to 4 on Minimum, 8 to 1 agat Agia, and ft to I 
agst DoTrr. Won by a doaen lengths. 8 min. 87 
sec. Minimum wuuld have won, b«t took the wrong 
course. 

PUte^lSM.; Imi. 



tf to 1 agat Iractuidua, ft to 2 agst Plougliboy, 7 td 
. .X _ .._-.. _. - . Bch H(i>i Britan- 



Ii2 UKat Don JohnflUy, and ft tn l each nt!< 
t aia end Brightonia. Woo by hall a length 



Graiahopper, by Hurkaway, 4 yrs, 
lOst ;lh 



Athetstane, 9 yrs, lOat ISlb 



two Quiver, 4 yrs, lOst 71b 



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MrElwea 8 
MrlkviU 9 



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Sam Hood, 5 yn, l(h-t 18lb Count Batthjanj 
BuMS0t,4yn, I0»t7>b - Mr Caldwell 

ThibauU, 4 yrs. lOat 7lb • Mr C. C. Brouke 

S to 1 on Quiver and 7 to Sagit GnMhopper. Won 
by a length ; Quiver, Sam Hood, aad ThibauU well 
up. 1 mm. M Mc. 

A Gold Cup (Handicap), with 8M. ; New Co. 
<EdipuH, by Voltaire, 4 yrit. 

Hat - - . MrP.Williann ♦ 1 

Hope. 5 yra, list 41b • Mr Hobson t fi 

Retail. 4 yrs, list iSlb - Capt PetUt 

The Captain, aged, lOat ISlb Count Hattliyany 
Second-cbHnoe, 8 yra> lOst 41b Mr Elwea 

Ta-bit, aged. lOst - - Mr Rowley 

« to 4 each agat Hope and Retail, 4 to 1 agst 
Second -chance, and 6 to 1 a^tt (Edipua. A dead 
beat. Tit-bit waa a bad third. Smin. 85aee. De- 
ciding heat : 9 to 4 on Hope. Won by fbnr lengths. 
8 nun. S8 wc. 

NEWPORT (SALOP). 
THURSDAY. August 9.~-North Shropthir* Stakes 

oii»l.; } mile. 
tanaey, by Enroy, 8 yra. 6at 8lb • Wells I 1 
Gratit (h. b.). 5 yra, 8»t 6lb - Marloar S 

Harum-scarum, 8 yrs, 6Bt lOlb W. Sbarpe 8 8 
' SeismoTt Cup (Handicap) of 75/. ; 1 mi. 8 for. 
Clotbw'jrker, by The Prime Warden, 

4 yrs, (M - • • 

Oaner Oraen. aged. 8tt 81b 
The Irlait Ambassador, 4 yrs, 7st illb 
Pity-the-Mnd. 4 yrs, 7st 181b 
Stanton, i yrs, Ist lOlb 

Won easily. 
Jnnkeeptrs' Purse of 88(. ; 1 mi. 
The Tippler, by Tipple Cider, 3 yrs, 

fiattlb - - W. Arthur 1 I 

Area. 8 yn. 7«t 0lb - • Jonea 18 

Colocyathus, & yrs, Stt - • Boyce 

The Streamer, 5 yrs, est 4lb - W.Stiarpe 
FIirt,4 vrs, 7st Illb • Ch( 

I'he firi>t heat won by a head, tl 
neck, and tbe third easily. 

FRIDAY.— Stand Purse of 8«.; 1 ml. 
Little Jenny, by Coronation, 8 yrs, 

S»i6lb - - - W. Sharpe I 1 

Colocyntbus, 5 yrs, 8st 18lb - Boyce 8 dr 

Pansey, 8 yrs, 7»» 8lb- - Wells dr 

Free Handicap of 8U. ; 1 mi. 
Clothworker, 4 yrs, 8st - - O. Hall 1 

The I rbh Ambaaaador, 4 yrs. 7st 4lb Turner 8 

Cosachia, 6 yri, 8st 101b - Whitehousa 8 

GaOer Green, aged, 8st 81b • Knock 

Furmert* Purse o(9il. ; 1 mi. S fur. 
Colocyntbus, by Cardinal Puff, ft yrs, 

9«t71b - - - Cheswass I 

Blister, 8 yrs, 78t 71b - - W. Sharpe 8 

Cauliflower, b yra. Sat lib - - Marlow 8 

The Tippler. 8 yrs, 7st 41b - No*t 4 

B. g. by Ascot, d. unknown, 6 yra, 8st Olb Knock 

Seatne Stakes ot 931.: 1 mi 
Gratitude, by Accident, 4 ttb, 7>t 81b W. Sharpe 
The Streamer. 5 yrs, 8st 81b - -Ch^swaxs 



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O.Hall 1 
. Tasker 8 



Turner 
Marlow 



8 
8dr 
second by a 



lones, aged, Sst 5lb 
Flirt,4yrs. 7st»lb 



Whit 
Jones 



EDGWARE. 

THURSDAY, AuguH B.-Trial Stakes of 38/. ; 
1 mi. 4 fur. 
Prank, by Liverpool, 6 yrs, Ost 8lb Paijet 8 I I 
Little Farm, aged. 9st 81b - Bailey 1 8 8 
New Fo.e^i Doe, 4 yrs, 8st 6lb Strangey 8 8 8 
Put-oa the- Pot (late Tamartod) 

5 yrs, Sst I21b - - G. Barker dis 

Meisnuin, ft yrs, Sst 7lb - Hackett dis 

First heat won by half a length ; the second and 
third heats by two lengths. Tbe winner sold for 

•SSOT. 

Free Handicap ofSS/. ; twice ro, and a dis. 

Tlie Highwayman, by Stockport, aged, 

7«tllTb - • - Bailey 1 1 

Queen ofTrumpa (late Nell Cook), aged. 

7iit 91b - • • J> Lowe 8 8 

First beat ww by tbne leogths, the swomi by 

ti»f>langih«. 



Ladies Purse at 71' ; 1ml. 4fllr. 

Premier, 4 yra. But 7lb '- - F. Bell 1 

Tommy Tickle, Sst 31b - - lieard i 

Won by a head. 

FRtDAY.—IfmikMp«rt' Plata of 801.; twicaro. 

and a dis. 

Little Fanny, aged, 7st lOlb . Bailer i | 

New Forest Doe, 4 yrs, 7stftlb • Lowe 8 8 

Measman, 9yrs,8st71b - Hackett 2 die 

SirTatton Sykes,aged,7stl$lb - Swann dr 

First beat won by two lengths ; the second by a 

length; 

TVodemwtt'f Plate of &U. ; 8 mi 
Salute, by Gladiator, 8 yrs, Ost - Kcndell 1 
The High wavman, aged, 7st lOlb - Bai.ry 8 
Premier, 4 yrs, 7Bt I Olb (carr. Sst Sib) - F. Hell 8 
Maid of the Mill, 4 yrs, 0st (carr. Ost I21b) Neat 4 
Won by a head. . 

Farmer^ Hurdle Plate of 21/. ; twice ro- and a dis. 
Queen of Trumps, aged, lOstlOlb Hig^ins 1 i 
Premier, 4yrK, Ost lOlb - Mr Wvuberley 4 8 

Reality, aged. lOat Tib • Bemetzireder 8 
Tommy iTckle. 8 vrs, lOst Olb - I'Cgge S 
Frank, yrs. Usl'Olb - -Paget 3 

I'wo well- contested -heats; the first won by half 
• length, and the second by a length. 

WOLVERHAMPTON. 
MONDAY. August li.— Trial Stakes of 40/. ; 
once ro. and a dis. 
B. m. br Jereed, dam by Cadland, 5 yrs. 

Est l«ib - - . Whitehouse I 

Pomona. yrs, Ott Sib - - Giles 8 

Spot. 4 yrs, 8U 4lb - - Slv,jiin. dis 

7 to 4 on Spot. Won in a ean^r, but hHTing 
carried nver-weightwithout declaring it, was dis- 
•iuali&ed. 

Produce Slakee of 190/. i once ro. 
Alemo, by Alphaos, 8st Olb - Whitdionse 1 
Modesltaia,8st - - - He<«n<t 8 

Lass ef Undttrley, est * • Simpsua 8 

4 to 1 on Alonso. Won by a length. 
TVotverheimpion StiUces of 440/. ; twice ro. and a dis. 
Relandv by The Saddler. 4 yrs, Ost illb 

(carr. 7st) - - - Lye I 

John of Berwick, 8 yrs. Ost 21b • - Illett 8 

The Castle, 8 yrs, ftst Illb - - Knntt S 

Backbiter, ft yrs, Sst 71b - Simpson 

Caurire. 4 yrs, 7st lib - • Arhtnall 

10 to Bgst Roland, 7 to 8 each agst The Castle 
and John of Berwick, and 4 tu I ngst Backbiter. 
Won by a neck ; The Castle a bad third. 

Welter Handicap of 66/. s twice ro. 
Lyme, by Jereed, e yrs, lOst lOlb - Mr Adie I 
Forester (h. b ), 4 yrs. lOst 71b Mr J. S. Walker 8 
to 4 on Forester. Won easily. 
Ladie^ Purse of Ml.; ohl-o ro. and a dis. 
Blister, bv Clarion. 8 yrs, 7st8lb W. Sbarpe 1 1 
Sis. to Legislator (b.b.), by Epirus, 

8 yrs, Ost 81b - - Moore 8 
Lily Dawson (b.b.), 8 yrs. Ost 81b Knott o S 
Capsicum (h b.). 8 yrs. Ost alb - Wells 2 
Pama, ft yrs, est iSlb - Denman 
B. I. b7 Toochstone. d. by Partirtn, , 

4 yrs. Sst 4lb - - Evans Q 

Aren. 8 yrs, Ost Olb (carr. 7Bt) - V. Jones 8 dis 
Lucv Hawthorn (b.b.), 8 yrs. 

Ouslb - - A. Freeborn dis 

B. f. by Marshal Soult— own sbter ' 

to Nanfan, 8 yrsv 7tt Olb - Escott dis 

B g. by Ascot, 6 yrs. Pst - Nock dis 

ForestK (h.b.), 4 vrs, 7si I8lb Whilehouae fell 

Both heats won easily. 

TUESDAY^— Paltfatt/i Hawdieap of I4fti. ; 

1 mi- 4 fur. 

Inheritress, by The Saddler, aged, 7st 51b Lye • 1 

Ca*dlewiok,3yrs,Ast6lb • Knott 8 

Seagull, yrs, Ost 4lb - • Wells 8 

ft to 4 on Inheiltrese. Won by a length. 

Chiilfngtoti »akee of 140/., fbr 8 yr olds ; 4 fiir. 
The Calculator, by Canael Junior, 

8Bt71b - - - W.Arthur I 

Br. f. by MellNninie, dan unknowny 

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Drill. W 51b - - Templeman 

Th* Reaper, flit 71b • . Whitcbooae 

IMatd of the Mountain, Sst 5lb Siiapaoa 

Joe Kiddy. 8at 7lb - . Denman ( 

Jacob Omnfum, 8st Tib - W. Sharpe ( 

8 to 1 agit Calculator, and 3 to 1 agtt the Mel- 
bourne filly. Won by half a length ; a length be- 
tween teoond and third. 

CUvOand Cup of 1502. ; 3 mi. 
Made-eafe, by Retriever, 8 yr», 6iit - Hiett I 
Modestina. 8 yn, 6st Sib - H. Erans S 

Risk Ch.b.). « yrs, est (carr. «st 41b) W. Sharpe 8 
Egret,5yrt,»8t2lb - . Whitehouee 

John of Berwick, 8 yn, 6st lOlb - Rickarda 

6 to 4ag8t Made-Mfe,8 to I agst John of Berwick, 
8 to 1 agat Modestina. A neck between aeoond and 
thitd. Egret close up. 

BUaton Plate (Handicap^ of 951. ; once ro. 
-and a die. 
ppot, by Meteor. 4 yre. 8Bt «lb - Bly.Jun. I 
Clothworker. 4 vts, 8st 7lb - G. Hall t 

3obnDory.4yr»,7M5lb - - Welle 8 

Lyme, 6 yn, Sst 31b - - IVwker 

Anthony, 4 yrs. 7st 81 b - . ETana 

B. c. by Gladiator— The Lily, 4 yes, 
7*t81b - - - Wilberforee 

7 to 4 agst Clothworker. S to 1 agst Spot, 4 to 1 
agst the Lily colt. Won by a length ; John Dory a 
bad third. 

Borough Memher^ PImit oF eol. ; I mi. 4 fur. 
Colocyntbus, by Cardinal Puff. 6 yrs. 

•. 9st 8lb • - - ChcewRse Oil 

Cosachia, « yrs, 9st 4lb - Whitehouse 1 8 S 
Sistinr to Legislator (h.b.),8 yxs, 

7«t8lb - - - Moore 

G:affer Oiem, aged, Dst 41b - Mr Giles 
B. m. by Jerecd* ftam by Cadland, 

5 yn, Bit 131b - - Templenaaa 

Flirt, 4 yrs, 8*1 41b - W Artbnr 8 

WEDNESDAY.— ITroirei^y Staket of 70Z. ; 4 fur. 
Truth, by The Libel, S yri» - .H.BTans 1 

Area, 8 yrs - . - Tasker 8 

LeJuif, (h.b.), Svrs . . Knott 8 

Hmothens, a yrs ... Wells 
Harlequinade. 8 vr-< - - W. Sharpe 

« to 4 tLg»t Lt Juif, 8 to 1 agst Truth. 8 to 1 agat 
any other. Wen by a K-n^th ; La J uive well up. 

Eaal Staku of 90/., for 8 yr olds ; once ro. 
Aloaso, by AlpbeuB • WhitehousO walked over 

Holyoake Stakut (Handicnp) of SlOl.; twice ro. 

E^reC, by Heron, 5 yrs. Set 71b . Whitehouse 1 
Made-safe, 8 yrs, Sst lOlb . W. Sharpe 2 

Boland. 4 yrs, B«t • - Templeman 8 

J*ck Briggs, 3 yrs, 0st 101b . . WelN 4 

5 to 4 agst Made-saib, S to 8 agst John of Berwick, 
8>to 1 aK«* Egret, 4 to 1 agnt Roland. Won by 
three-quarten of a length ; a length between second 
and third ; J. Briggs well up. 

CoMoIoMon Mandieam of 451. ; 1 mi. 4 ftir. 
dothvorker. 4 yrs, 8st 71b - G. Hall 1 

FHrtt 4 yrs, 7st ... . J. Evans 8 

4 and 5 to 1 on Clothworker. Won in a canter. 
ImAeeptrt* Ptaig of 9Sl. : oncero. 
Ariadne, by Ascot, 8 yn, AstSlb Knott 1 1 
Fansey. 3 yrs. Set lib . Wells 

Uttle Jenny, 8 yrs, 5st5lb Riokards 
CoIocTnthns, 5 yrs, 7st Iftib 
B. f. by Touchstone, 4 yrs 

68t lOIb 
Setina, 4 yrs. «st lOlb 
Blister, 8 yrs. Ast 181b 
John Dory, 4 yrs, Ttt - 

The flnt beat won by half a length 
easily. 

EGLINTON PARK. 
TUESDAY, Aug. 18.— TVtol Staket of ifU. ; T.Y.C. 
Elthiren, by Fantaloon, 4 yn, 

llet4lb ... CaptPattat 1 

Iron-rail, yn, IM 81b - Col Riphardeon ] 

BreBoiia, 8 yn, lOst Sib - Col Campbell I 

\iaet«it - MrNiooU 4 

MrCrawfofd 5 



- Cheswass 

J. Evans 

Weaver 

G. Child-! 

W. Sharpe 



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S dr 
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Won in a canter ; 
third. 

SUmd Plafeef 45}. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Eltfairon, 4 yn, 8st 81b C. Marlow walked over 

RuKUrt' StakM of 851. : Berwickabire Cup Co. 
Duo-an-Durros, by Molyneux, ft yn, 

list 71b ... Cnl Campbell 1 

Smuggler Bill, aged, ISet lOlb Mr Redfem « 

Shylock, 6 yrs. ISst 4lb . - Capt Kev 8 

Needful, aged, last lOlb . Mr Nicoll 4 

8 to 1 on Dttc-an-Durras. Won by a head. 

She«cp*faJrM of J75/. : I mi. 4 fhr. 
*y» by Frene 



Modest 

88181b 
Probity, Sit 81b 

« to 4 on Modesty, 



'reney or Tearaway, 

. J. Doyle 1 
MHrlow 8 
Won by a length. 

hvint Cup of I7M. } OBc« to. and a dis. 

Testator, by Inheritor, 4 yn - Capt PeCtat 1 

Brennns, s yn • . Col Campbell 8 

8 to 1 on Testator. Won in a canter. 

WEDNESDAY.— Ha//-»rei Staiet of 7«. ; S mu 

Duc-an-Durras, S yn > • Mr Powlett 1 

Uneit, S yn - .Col Campbell 8 

Sir John, aged - .Mr Redfem 8 

8 to 1 on Due-an-Duxras. Won in a canter. 

Bglinton Park HandUap ottSl.; Berwickshire 

Cup Co. 

Testator, 4 yn, 7»t lllb (incl. ftib 

extra) . . C. Marlow walked over 

Mtltoit Slakes otaSM. ; I mi. 4 fiir. 

Iron-rail, by Uetman Platoff, « yn, 

lOsilSlb . . Col Richardson 1 

Duo-an-Durras (h. b.), 5 yrs, 

last 81b - . LdCardross S 

Modesty, 8 yrs, lOst Olb - Col Campbell 

Testator, 4 yn, list 18lb •> Capt Pettat 

Pilot, aged. I8st lib - - Ld Strathmore 

Theodore Hook (h. b.),4yn, 10st7lb MrPowlett 
Even on Testator, and 8 to 1 agst Modesty. Won 
by a bead. 

Sweepitaktt of I lOt. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Eltblron- - Capt Pettat walked over 

' HoiuUeop of 75/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 

Iron-rail, 6 yn, ISst 71b Mr W. S. Crawfurd 1 

Smuggler Bill, aged, ISst . Mr Redfiern S 

Probity. 8 yn, lOst - . Capt Pettat 8 

Won by a length. 

JFVes Hondieap of 401. ; 1 mi. 

Pilot, by Sheet Anchor, aged Ld Strathmore 1 

Etona, aged • . Capt Peiiat a 

Modesty, 8 yn ... MrPowlett 8 

Unett, 5 yrs - " - Col Campbell 4 

Even on Modesty. Won by half a length. 



THURSDAY.- 

Etona, by Recovery, aged, lOet 
ProbitT, 8 yn, Set 71b 
Laundryniaid, aged, last »lb 
Brennus, 8 yrs, 9st 181b 
Modesty, 8 yn. »st 71b - 
New Clothes, aned, 9st 7lb • 



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■ . Capt Pettat 

Col Campbell 

. Mr Nicoll 

MrM.N. Innes 

• Ld Cardross 

Mr Smith 



Won by a length and a half. 

Ourrogkmore Cap £tta*e( of SOL; 8 mi. 
Duc-an-Durras • Mr Powleit walked over 

awwpttaktt of 1051. ; Berwickshire Cup Co. 
Testator, by Inheritor, 4 yn - Capt Pettat 1 

Smuggler Bill, aged • - Col Richardson B 

Probity, 8 vn - - Col Campbell 8 

Pilot, aged - - • Ld Strathmore 4 

Won by a length and a halt 

SireepHaket of 401. ; 4 tuT. 
Lanndrymald, by Wintonian, aged 



Probity, 8 yn 
Etona. aged 
Modestv, 8yn . 
Roger de Coverley, aged 

Won easy, 

fbreetf Handirap of 48(. 
Duc-an Durras, Use 
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Capt Pettat 

Mr Redfern 

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Etona, list \Vh • 
Needftil, Hat ISlb 



- Mr Rotifer n 
• Col Kichardsun 



BtotenHoHdieapotill.', 1 mi. 

Brennut, bj The Colonel, 8Mrn, lOtt Cafrt PetUt I 

Sir Jobn.agei|, ltet7lb - Mr Powleit S 

Unatt. & yr>. lOtt 71b - • Col Campbell 8 

Laundrymaid, aaed, IStt - -Mr Nicoll 4 

Theodore Hook (b. b.), 4 jn, IKt Col Richardson 5 
Won by a hted. 

READING. 
WEDNESDAY, Augtut \4.-^Ea»thamp$tead Park 

Statu* of 40^. : onve ro. and n dis. 
Defaulter, by Charles XII., 5 yn. 

8st91b - - W.Abdale I 1 

Imprecaioii, 8 yrs, 6)>t lOIb - Thick 1 S 8 
Bellii8ima,8?rs.7stnlb - Lowe SOS 

Captain Parry, 4 yrs, 7i>t Ub Wakefield dr 

llie first heat won by a neck, the second by a 
length and a half, and toe third by a. length. 

LatHe$' PlaU of 42/. ; I mi. 

Dulcet, by Dtt'.citner, aged, 8st lllb Rodney 14 1 

Second-sight, 4 yra. 8st lib Crickmere 1 S 

Justice, 5 yrs, 8st 81b - Wakefield 8 8 

Ruscot (h b.), 4 yrs, Sst lib Uob-Shervnod fl dr 

The Swindler, 8 jrrs, 7st 4lb Treen,jua. 8 dr 
Each lieat won easily. 

Btrk$lttre Staket otUM. ; i mi. 
Calmar. by Charlas XII.. S yrs, Sst 12lh Hcldn-ay I 
Baociiiinalian, A yrs, 7st Mb - G. Urown 8 

Comet, ."V yrs, 7it II lb - lliett 8 

Repletion, 4 yrs. 8*t 71b • W.Abdale 4 

Hippona, A yrs. 7st ftlb - - G. Sharp 5 

d to 8 a^st Calmar, 8 to I agst Repletion, 7 to S 
agst Comet. 4 to 1 agst BHCcban.ilian. Won by a 
length : two lengths between second and thiid, and 
a neck between Utird and fourth. Hippona beaten olT. 

fioroMgJb PMe of 481, ; « tut. 
Ch. e. by Jobn o* Gaunt, d. by llie Saddler. 
-— "^ Barker 1 1 



S. Mann 8 

J.Sharp 8 

• Smith 8 
Wakefield O 

• Rodney 



8 yrs, AM lolb 
Marquie of Conyngham, aged, 

9st lib 
SpeculHUoa (late Diadem), 4 yra, 

8st5lb ... 

Hood. 8 yrs. 7"t 7lb 
Electricity. 8 yrs> 7st 71b 
Hemnant, 8 yrs, 7st iOlb - 

Ella, 8 yrs, est 7lb • > &.enaai u ar 

fiacn heat won easily. The winner claimed 

forStf. 

THURSDAT^CatwrsAom Handteap of 701. : < f^r. 
Windhound, by Pantaloon, 8 vrs, 7Bt 4lb Hiett 1 
Justice, 5 yrs, 7at 41b '- Wakefield 2 

Joco'Sot, e yrs, 0Bt 41b - .W.Abdale 8 

Jester, 4 yrs, 7st 7lb - - Williams 

Sampler, 8 yrs, 5st lOlb - • Wells 

The Swindler. 8 yrs, Sst > Barker o 

Bellissima, 8 yrs, Ast - • Smith 

Sarcasm, 8 yrs. Sot 4lb (bolted) « Kendal 

8 to 1 agst Joc-o'-Sot, 6 to 1 agst Windhound, 
4 to 1 agst The Swindler. Won by a neck : a 
length between the seoond and third. The Swindler 
did not get off. 

Innktever^ Plate of 401. ; onc« ro. and a dis. 
Vesta, by The Saddler, aged, 7st lOlb Lowe i 1 
The Baronet, (h.b.) aged, 8st Alb J. Sharp 18 
Captain Parry, 4 yrs, 7st 71b Wakefield 8 
Batcot (h.b.),4.yrs, 7st8lbRob.Sherwood 8 8 
White Hart»8 yrs, Ast iSIb - West 
Pantomime, yrs, 7st 101b W.Abdale dr 
The first beat won by three lengths ; the second 
by three parts of a length, and .the third by six 
lengths. 

ReadingStaket of ISOI. for 8 yr olds ; 4 tmr. 

Turtle, by Venison^ 8st Olb . Kitchener 1 

Crickmere 2 

Rodney 8 

Jagellon, 8st 71b . • S.Mann 

7 to 4 on Turtle, 8 to 1 agst Heart of Oak. Won 

by a length ; Predilection a bad third. Jagellon 

was saddled and went to the post, bat threw bit 

(idn three times, nnd did aot stait. , 



Heart or Oak, Sst 7lb 
Predilection, Sst 7lb 



Toum Plate of 48/. ; 1 mi. 
Dulcet, by Dulcimer, aged, 

flrtlllb . - Rodney A I |, 

Marquis of Coayngbam, aged, 

ftst lllb - - J. Sharp 1 8 dr 

Ladr Frances, A yrs, Sst 81b W. Ahd.ile 8 3 dr 
Justice, 5 yrs, Sst 81b . Wakfiield 3 dr 
Ambaksndre«s,4yrs, Slit lib Rob.Sher»ood 4 dr 

The first heat won by a length ; the second by 
four lenj^ihs. 

LEWES. 
WEDNESDAY, ifs^. 14 — StceepffoiMOf AOt.; 1 mi. 
Beebee Biranoo, by Velociped*^, 4 yrs, 

Sst - - - Dockerar 1 I 

Grasshopper, 4 yrs, Sst nib • Crouch 2 S 

Sir Robert Sioper, A yrs, Siit 4lb J. Cameron dis 

First beat won by half a length ; second by two 
lengths. 

Quern** Plate of lOA/. ; New Co. 
St Rosalia^ by St Francis, 4 yrs, Ost «lb Petlit 1 | 
Retail, 4 yrs, Osteib . Barthulomew 3 8 

Cora. 8 yrs, Sst 2lb - - Abrahams 2 dr 

First beat won by a length and a ball ; second bj 
four lengths. 

Sweepitake* at SOT. : T.Y.C. 
Malnaesbury, by EnvoT, A yrs, 0st Crouch 1 1 
Sbameful, .*) vr», S«t Alb . J. Cameron 8 2 

Ch. e. br Thistlewhipper ~ Louise, 

« yrs, «st - . E. Glasebrook 9 dr 

Ch. f. by PanUioon — Canp-fbUower, 

8yrs,«stllb • - Crockford dm 

First heat won by two lengths; the second by 
three lengths. 

TUNBRIDGE. 

WEDNESDAY, Aug. lA.-^Tonn Platewn* won in 
two beats by Elopement (late Hasteawey), by Hark- 
away, beaUng The Highwayman, Michael Bruntun, 
Bangtail (late Diana), Baekroptf, and Mr Fonnby^ 
filly. 

The Hurdle Haee was won in two beat* by I.ady 
Fordwicb, beniing Humdrum, Liitle Quo«n. Sober* 
sides. Priory Stag, Little Fanny, and Patrick. 

A Steeepttakee was won in three heaU by Ln<^f 
Ann, beating Water Rat. Pickle Wild Rose, Alex- 
aader, Gagbaldi, and Patrick. 

ILSLEY. 
TUESDAY, Aug. 90.— Handicap Hurdle Stedce of 

SOL; 8 mi. 
Vesta, by The Saddler, aged, Ost 4lb 
Frank. 6 yis, Sst IOlb 



Milts Wskt, aged, lOst 

Jexabel, aged, lOsl (carried lOst 7lb) 



- Yates 
Berett 

• ArclMT 
OUrer 



Won cleverly. 

Tieo Year Old SUUtet of 4»L ; far. 

Vigilant, by Voltaire • Archer walked ov«r 

Ridgewajf Stakee ; I mi. 8 fur. . 
Hood, by Cotherstone, 8 yn, Ast lllb Smith 1 I 
Old Bn|rltshGent!eman.4yrs,7at8lb Archer £ 8 
Elopement, A yrs, Snt &lb • Yates 3 

Little Envy, 4 yrs, 78t Sib - HeaTrns O • 

Bellissima, 8 yrs, Ast lllb Drewe, jun 8 dr 

Won easy. The winner was sold for 80 sova. 

Steward** Plate of 881. ; i mi. 4 lYir. 

Vesta, aged ... i.owe 1 1 

Sir Benjamin, 4 yrit - . Hcn-vens 8 8 

Bang-Ud (lute Diana), 4 yrs Nightingale 8 dr 

Won by a length. 

GREAT YARMOUTH. 

TUESDAY, Aug. iO-l'auxhaU Staket of 401. i 
1 mi. 
B. c. by Dromedary, d. by Mulatto. 

8rrs. 7si8lb - Thorouehgood 4 11 

Cavenne, 4 yrs, 7st 71b • liodney 13 8 

Bullfinch. 8 yrs, 7kt Alb . .J.Mann 8 8 8 

Whitsione, A yrs, 9st lib • Owen 8 4 dr 

First beat won bv a neck; second, by a length; 
third, by three lengths. 

Norfolk and Suffblk Handicap of ISM. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Defaulter, by Charles XII„ A jrrs, 

7st8lb - - C. Knight walked oter 



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Two Year OU Slaktt of iSOi. ; 6 fur. 
BrikaDBia, b; Cbtoract, 8>t -Jb • Crickmcre 
Cb-f. by Alpheua, d. by Uolwick, 

8tt 4lb • - . . W. Boyce 

neieui, 8kt7lb - • b. Hokcib 

TbeL)ODeiiii,SBt4lb - - li. I'Miit 

Curl, 8>t4lb - - . Bartbulomow 

B. c. by Biuzard— Phiiwnri, tot 7:b G. UiikUil 
Won by Fuur l«ii;;tba. 
Borough Mtmbert' I'lau ofiul. ; I mi. 4 fur. 
Goodwoodf. by Earl of Bicbmond, 4 yrs, 

7st nib (incU Mb<-ztxa) Thuruu{{i>(;ood 4 1 
Dover, & yrs, 8ai isib - banbulumvw l jt 
May Day, 4 yrs, 8a 4lb - . Jay 2 8 d 

Tbe Vordeier, S yn, 6st 2Ib (carr. 

0atlSlb> - - J. Mann 8 dr 

Aiichor-of-hope> 5 yrs, 7U lllb (carr. 

8it8Jb) - - - Hinds - " 



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First heat iron by two lengths: 
lengths ; third heat by two lencthi 
claimed for SOi. 

Thoatrt SUuf of 20/. ; once lo. 

Present, by Vcrulam. a(vd, lOst 21b F. Hinds 1 

Pnul Jones,aged, llM »lb - Owner '. 

Daddy-long-legs, aged. 9st - - W. West I 

tekgraph, aged, »st 71b. - P. Teek - 

Won by three lengths. 

WJBDNESDAT.— Orrat Yarmouth Handieap of 

laof. ; 1 mi. 2 lur. 

rba Juegler, by Sleight-of-hand, 4 yrs, 

7at4]b - - . - Rodnev 

Bird of Paradise, 5 yrs, 7»t 91b - NoriUHn 

Secood-sigbt, 4 yrs, 8st 2lb- - Crick mere 

Sell-delrnce, i yrs, 7»t Mb - Thorongligoo.! 

St. Fabian, U yTB,7st I lb - J 7 Maun 

Won by a length ; a bad third. 
A'elioii Siakn otitu. ; I mi. 4 fur. 
B. e. by Dromedary, d. by Mulatto, 

8 yrs, 7st 8lb - • Thoroufshgood 1 1 

Goodwood, 4 yr*, 8st 71b Banbolomew 2 dr 

Won by half a length. 

SmbsertpHon HavdUnp of 35/. ; fur. 

May Day, by Bro. to Biddleswoith, 4 yrs, 

«st4lb- - - .' J.y 1 

Cayenne, 4 yrs, 8st «lb- - Bartholomew 2 

Second-slffht, 4 yrs, 8st 101b - Crickniere 8 

Tbe Lioness, 2 vrs, 6st lOlb • J.Mann 5 

Won Dy a length ; a bad third. 
County Membert' Stakrt of aoL ; 1 mi. 
Br. o. by Dromedary, d. by Mulatto, 

3yra,8st41b - - Thoroughgood I I 

DoTW, a yrs, «it 121b - . Banbolomew 8 dr 

Won by a length. 
ConaoUuion Handicap Serttmbh otSTt. 10«,; 6 fur. 
Camilla, by Gilbert Giimey, 4 yrs, 9>t Norman 1 
Cayenne, 4 vrs, 8st 1 01b- Bartholomew t 

Anchor of Hone. 5 yrs, 8st »lb- F. Hinds 8 

Won by a length and a half. 

DOUGLAS STRAND (ISLE OF MAN). 
WEDNESDAY, Jug. tU^The Chamt^ut 8tak*$ 
(Handicap) ; I -■ 
"^^ Asaaesln, « 



Jfwntrrt' Slaket otijl. ; twiee ro. and a dis. 
The Queen of Trumps (lata Nell 

Couk), aged, 9st llib - Hirgins til 

PraoK, b yrs, Ost lllb - - Brett 12 2 

Tbe Tiger, aged. Ost Ilib • Frutt 4 8 8 

Valiant, aged, »»t IQlb • H'AdNm* 8 4 4 

Lag-last (laie Wire). Hged - Midge Odr 

Each heat won by a length. 

TH URSDAY.— Craves Siakn of 88/. ; twice ro. and 

a dis. 
My Mary, by Bran, aitrd. est 71b Planner • 1 I 
Harunt-»carinn,8Tr»,e»t4lb Rob Sherwood 1 S 
Moitntiiin Dew, 6 yrs, 8st 81b Muou 2 2 8 

Malmesbuty^ft vr^, f>st 7lb - Crouch 8dr 
Michael Bnintoa, 8 vrs, 6st 121b Setfert 8 dr 
Black Doe,3 yni. 8»t - - Grubb Odr 

The first heat well conte«ted, the second was won 
by a ueck, and the third by half a length. 

JUaleh for 50/., 1 Irt each, onre ro. and a dis., was 
won by Miss Full away, aged (Searle), beating 
Valiant, aged (Fredericks), in a canter. 

r/iff Scurry Status of 18/. ; twice ro. and a dis. 
Maztlngale, by The Saddler, aged, 

list4lb • - . Fredericks 1 1 

Pandeti, 8yrs, 8st lllb - - (.'amvion t 2 

Michael Brnnion, 8 yrs, 8st lllb W. Uackett dc 
Woo in a canter. 
Railroad Havdirap of 87/. ; twice ro. and a dis. 
Tlie Queen of Trumps, agad, list lllb J. Bond 1 1 
Sir Benjamin. \rs, lOst - - Krftt 2 2 

^ The Tiger, aged, list 81b - Searle 4 3 

^ ! Sir Txtton Sykes. aged, 9st lOlb - Pratt 8 dr 

MisH Nipper, A yrs - . Higeens dis 

First heat won by a b«ad ; the second by half a 
length. 



La Daaaeuse, by 
last . 

Sliisher,4 yrs, list . 
Fanny, aged, lOst 71b 
•—♦ - Kate, « yrs. 



fnnty 



yrs, 
Mr Roe 
- MrOrde 
Mr Arning 



lMt4lb 



Mr Charlesworth 
Won easy. 



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BARNET. 
WEDNESDAY, Aug. iU^Orean Man Handieap 

of 12/. ; twice ro. and a dis. 
Malme»bury, by Ed vov. & yrs, 8st 91b walked over 

Ladttt* Cup of 20/. : twiee ro. and a dis. 
liarum-ocaiuro, by Pantaloon, 8 yrs, 

5«t lllb (carried Ost) - - Winkle 1 1 

Muitingale, 6 yrs, ».t 4lb - Moon 2 2 

Arletie,ayTs, 6it4lb • Rob Sherwood 8 
Messnoar.. A yrs, 8st 4lS - W. Unckett 8 

Little Fanny, aged, 8st 71b - Bailey 4 4 

Mountain Dew, « yrs, nst* - Warner 5 

Fach beat won by a length. The winner claimed 
for 10l>/. 



Handicap til 14/. ; twice ro. and a dis. 
Pandea, by Sir Uerciiles, 8 yrs, 

7«t7lb - - Rob. Sherwood 1 

Mountain Dew, 6 yrs, 9st 7lb - Moon 8 

Frank, ngpd »st9lb - ■ . ' Brftt 8 

Maid of the Mill, 4 vrs, 8st lllb • M. Jackson 
MiBsPttUaway, aged, 9st 71b • Mr. John 

Won by a head. 

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 9\.—SaUram Stakn of lit/.; 

once ro. and a dis. 
Landseer, by Muley Moloch, 4 yrs, 8st 4lb 

(carried 9m. lOlb) - . Williams 1 

Salute, 8 yrs, 7stSlh • . Sabin 8 

Subduer, aged, 8st lib •> . O. Thick 8 

Ariadne, 8 vrs, Ost 7lb • - Weavar 4 

Won by a length ; a bad third. 

Plymouth PlaU of 00/. : 8 mL 
Selina, by Longsiicht, 4yrs, Ont 12Ib Weaver 1 i 
Mr Toots. 4 yrs, CM Olb (car. 81b over) C. Bray 8 8 
Pro«peci,a^ad. Sat llb(car.2lb over) O.Arlhur 2 8 
Won e:ii>y. The winner, entered to be sold fnr 84M. 
was sold by auction for 88/. 

LadM" Plnte of 951. ; 4 fur. 

Pnsllipr hj Lant'rco<it, 5 yrs, flst Bib C. Bray 1 i 

Piirttal Eclipse, a yrs, est 41b Havraan 2 2 

Selinn, 4yrs, 7st8lb . . O. thick 4 3 

Swindoo.aged.Ost 121b (incl.4lb over) Sabin 5 4 

B«?s«y, iiged. 7«t 121b - C. Mardvn 8 5 

Prospect. agid,7«t - - Drvi-ny 8 dr 
First heat won by two lengths; second by a length. 

Unitfd S»r9te* Plaint of 40/. : once ro. 
Sobdner. bvSIane, aged. Sst2lb W.Day 8 11 
Ch. f. by Jaokin-die-green— Vision, 

4>fs,7Bt81b - . Weaver 1 4 2 

Puii>ilier, S yrs, 7st 12lb - ~ ' ' 

Tlie Wreo, 8 vrs, Sst 
I.ady Day, 4 yrs, 8st 4lb 
Amber, 6 yrs, »st - 
S>aml>oul, aged, Sst 
Fugitive, need. Ost 7lb 
B. g. by King Consort, aged, 

Ost 71b 

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T. Cnrlisle 


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W. Carl lie 


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THURSDAY.— Coiili<yjr«Mtar«* PlaUofUl. ; once 

Ch. fbv Juk-lB-thMNM— Visioa 

(h. b.), 4 yn, 10k 7Tb 
FiuUiar. Syn. llatltlb 



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fell 



Amber, « jn. Hat 111b 

Ch. f. br The General fb. b.), 4 yre. 

IMTlb - - . Scobell 

Each heat wea in a oanter. 
OuMN'f Ptatt of 106( ; £ mf. 
Confldenoe, by Tbe Saddler, 8 yn, 

tet4lb ... Ooater walked over 
JUponport and Stomhous* PlaU of Mi. ; onoe ro. and 

adis. 
Mr Toott, by Tbe Siiddler, 4 yrt, 

8italb - - Weaver S I 1 

Subduer. sfed, tat 71b - W. Day t S S 

Selina, 4 yi». Oit . T. Carl tele S 8 dr 

Partial EclipM, 8 rre. <tat7lb C.Bnj 8 8 dr 
Salute, 8 yr>, 8rt aib (fell) . Sabin 1 dr 

Tbe tbree ilm boats won by half a length, tbe 



YORK. 
WEDNESDAY, Aug. au-Duniat Stake* of tH ; 

I mi. 2 fur. 
Collingwood, by S. Anchor, aged, 

8>t ISlb ... Flatman 1 

RadulptauB, aged. Bat 91b - - J. M arson 8 

« to 1 on Colliogwood. Won by a Irngth. Run 
ln8niln.S»Mc. 

rmrkthin <Mu of 88SI., fer 8 yr old fiUiee ; I mi. 
2 fur. ' 
Brightonia, by Touehttone, 8it 71b F.Butler 1 
Harriott, 8M 7Ib - . Wbitehouae 9 

Tiir,8«t7Ib - - Templeman 8 

Sia. toSeralloir, SrtTlb- • inatmaa 4 

Acbyranthes, 8it 7ib • . G. Ahdale 5 

Lady Speedy, Bat . . . Duflo 

5 to S eaeb acrt Tiff and Harriott, nd 4 to 1 each 
agtt Achyianthee and Btigbtonia. Won by a 
length : a length and a half between Harriott and 
Tiff ; a bad fourth. 8 min. 84 sen. 
Prodmt StMepOakgt of 8«0I., <br 8 vn old ; I ml. 
Tbe Ital ian, by Toudistone, 8tt 71b Teuiptemnn 1 
Dauphin, by CorooatioB. 8K 71b - Flatman S 

5 to 1 on The Italian. Won by three leautba. 
1 saia. ft4 wc. 

Qiimh'* PlaU of lOU. ; 9 mi. 
Uriel, by Toucbttone, 4 yr>, Sat I8lb F. Butler 1 
Prieeteia, 4 yra, art laib • - Lye 8 

ThePriorof Lanerooat, 8yn,7st»lb Duilo 8 

Baroneta. 4yra,8atl81b - . Holme* 4 

Cockennouth,9yn, 9Bt4lb • Wakefield 

Andslusian, 4 yra, 8at iSlb - - Longatatf 

Eagle'a Plume, »yra.9at4lb - Flatman 9 

Tbe Sweep, 8 yra, 7«t 91b - Wakefield, Jun. « 

7 to 4 agst PrieMBM, and 8 to 1 afrat Uriel. Won 
by two Icngtba; The Prior a bad third. 1 min. 37 
aac. 

Colt SapUng Stakn of 801., for 8 yr olda ; 1 mL 
Azeth, by Itburiel, 8at 71b - J. M araon 1 

Dancing Jaofc, 8at7ib • - Flatman 8 

4 to 1 on Axeth. Won by aix leqgtha. imin. M 
aec. 

Prince of Walta* Stake* t/tZViU, for 8 yr olda; 5 Air. 
Trickatreaa, by SleigbtHif-hand, Sat 4lb F. Butler 1 
Hothorpe,8«t7lb - - A.Day 8 

Madame Wharton, 8it 41b . - .J. Maraon 8 

Nicotlana, But Sib - - G. Arraa 

England'a Glory, Sat 9lb • Wintringham 

Nondeacript. Sat 71b • - Flatman 

Que^n Bee, Bst Sib . • . Marlow 

Even on £. Glory, 4 to 1 agat Trickatreaa, and 5 to 
1 agst Queen Bee. Won by a lenatb ; two lengtba 
between the aeooad and third. E. Glory s bad foorth. 
1 min. 6 aec. 

Suieejutaket of 80{., for 8 yr olds ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 
Mildew, by Slane • G. Smith walked over 

Ebor St. Leger of I. ; 8 mi. 
Wdliam tbe Conqueror, by Touch«tone, 

Bat Tib . . - - FIntman I 

Mark Tapley, Bat 71b - • Cartwriiht 8 

Pilgrim, Bat 7lb .... Uolmee 8 



7 to 8 on William tbe Conqueror, apd 4 to 1 aeat 
Mark Tapley. Won by a bead ; a Bad third. 14 
min. 17 aec. (The borsea walked fbr the first thraa 
quarters of a mile.) 

MatehVA. ; 4fnr.— Scnrbflirougb,bv Ratan,3 

limpiighter, 



yrt. 



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(J. Maraon) walked Aver. 
paid. 

Knavetmire Stakee xiSifil. ; 8 mi. 
Baby, by The Doctor Templeman walked over 
THURSDAY.— CkM/ci:/IeU Handicap of 8OOL ; 1 ml. 
Uriel, by Toochstone, 4 yis, 7st lOlb Flatman I 
St Ann, 5 yra, Bst 4lb . J. Marson S 

Polonaiae, 4 yrs, Bst lib . Arnold 8 

Cuba, 8 yra, Sat Bib . - T. Dott 4 

Hippia,8yrs,aat - . . West a 

5 to 4 on Uriel, 4 to I agat St Ann, 5 to 1 agit 
Hippia, and 8 to 1 agat Polonaiae. Won Ly four 
lengtlis. 1 min. 48 sec. 

PUly Btaket nfSU., for 8 yr olda ; 1 mL 8 fur. 
Tiff, by Slune. Bst 121b . Temp1«man 1 

Lady EdcD, Bat ISlb . . g. Abd%Ie 8 

11 to » on Lady Eden Won by half a leneth. 
8 min. 46 sec. ^ 

OU Three Fe^rt Old Prodyeo Siakei of 6001. ; 8 mi- 
Mildew,'bySUne, BaiKlb - Flatman J 

Miikleton, Bst Mb . . p. Butler 2 

8 to 1 on Mildew. Won by a length. 8 min. 
97. seca. 

CbMn<y Plate of 20M. ; T.Y.C. 
Harriott,byGUdiaior, 8yrs,Bst7lb Whitehouse 1 
Tightwaisl, 2 yrs, Sst 9lb . Arnold 2 

Rudulphus, aged, 9st 81b • Hauxwell 8 

Meridian. 5 yis. Sat Bib • . Fenn 

St Ann, i yra. 9st 3lb - J. Marson 

Flenr de Seine, 5 yrw, 8st7lb - J. Holmes 

8 to 1 asst Harriott, 6 to 2 each agst Tightwaist 
and Meridian, 5 to 1 ngst St Ann, and « to I agst 
Radulphus. Won by three lengths. Radulphus a 
bad third. 1 min 8sec. 

Grtat Sbor Handicap of »7(W.; 1 mL 6 fnr. 1 18 jds. 
Mark Tapley, by The Hydra. 3 yra, 

aat9lb - - •- Arnold I 

Clothworker, 4 yra, Bst 81b (Incl. 61b ex.) Hiett 8 
Cliampion, 4yrs,6st9lb - - Charlton 8 

Collingwood, aged, 8st I8lb - Flatman 

Maid of Maaham, A yra. Sat lllb 
^(.»ne.«lbexO ■ - O. Abdale 

Tbe Maid of Team Valley, 4 yTa,7st 41b Metcalf 
Chatterer, 4yra, Bst 181b . Hollnway 

The Cocktail, 4 yra, 6tt - . Aldcroft 

Cantab, 8 yrk, fiat 71b . Osborne 

RealUy (b.b.), 6 yra, 5st 410 - Marwood 

Elcbo, 8 yra. Set 81b . . Wells 

7 to 2 agtt Champion (tk). 7 to 8 agst Collingwood 
(off.), 9 to 1 agat Mark Tapl«y, 6 to 1 agst Cantab, 
7 to 1 agst Clothworker, 12 t> 1 agst Elcho, and 
80 to I agat Maid of Team Valley. Won by half a 
length, a length between second aad third, Cantab 
fourth, Collingwood fifth, and Mnid of Masham 
slstb,allwellup; Elcho broke down. 8 min. 88 aec. 

Lottery Plate of HO, i I mi. 
Gladlole, by Gladiator, 8 yra. 7at 181b Oabome 1 
Gulliver, 4 yra. Bat 7lb > . SimpaoQ 8 

Andtlusian, 4yra,Bst21b . Longstaff 3 

Scarboroogh, 8 yrs, 7st 4lb •; Wakefield, lun. 
Maiy Nobbier, aged, Bst 91b . W. Noble 

French Susy, 8 yrs, 7stl lib - Arnold 

8 to 1 agst Andaluaian, and 8 to 1 agat Gladiole. 
Won by two lengths ; a length between second and 
third. M . Nobbier a bad fourth. 

Seurry Anglesey Siakett 4oL ; T.Y.C. 
Flenr de Seine, 5 yrs, 1 1st 101 b Capt Breadley 1 
Oabaldwick, 8 yra, lOat - Lord Cardroas 8 

6 to 4 on Fleur de Seine. Won by fifty lengths. 
Bramham Park Stakm of ISO^. ; 1 mi. 4 fnr. 

Mildew . . Flatman walked over 

FRIDAY.— Consela^uMi SerarnbU of ISA/. ; 5 fiir. 
Oauliflower, by Colwlck, b yrs, 6st I21b W. Sliaipe I 
Tightwaist, 8 yrs, Bst 21b - Arnold S 

Mickleton, 3 yra, 7at lOlb - . Flatman 3 

Gladiole, 8 yra, 78t alb . Osborne C 

Mary Nobbier, aged. Bat 7Ib . Marwood 

Tom Hobby, 8 yra, Sat 4lb • Hiett 



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P»»o»rtte.«jn,att41b - E.Harriton 

Th« Little Pawn, a jr«, 5*t « - Olcroft 

The Moid of Team Valley, 4 > rs, 8st I3lb M Noble 
Rabr, 4 yf», 8tt 7lb - - Templeman 

TfaeWreck(laieJRlensi), 4yra,ast41b Arran 
Meridian, 6 jrn,8st Sib - Whitehouse 

Black Uwarf. 6 yn. Bat - , - Holmea 

3 to 2 a«t Pirouetle, 5 to 1 each agst The Wreck 
and Meridian. 8 lo i each Kgat Glad'oe. Mary 
Nobbier, and Tight waist, 9 to 1 agtt Hicklrton, and 
1<« to I ajcst Caulieower. Won by a length ; Gla- 
dioie a bad third, Andaluaian fourth. 1 min. 4 see. 

Oowiviai Stmku of 801-. for t yr olds ; TY C. 
Aiethfby Iihuriel J.Marion walked oirer 

Mona'a Pride '"' 



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Gremt YtfrkMn 8talu$ of 1870L ; 1 mi. 6 fur. 
Piufovd, by Epicua, 8M 7ib ' '^~ 

Cyprus, tot 7lb - 
The Swede, Bat /lb 
Siaier to Swallow, 8tt£lb - 
Captain Grant. Sat 7>b 
The Kingof Oude, Set 71b 
The Italian, tiat 7lb 
Mulgrave.8>t7lb 
Cantab, 8st 7lb 
Ixw, SetSlb - 

a tQ t on Pittford, to I ag«t Caiitala G rant. 7 to 1 
•git Italian, and 8 to 1 agat Ovprus. Won by a 
length, Cypnas beating The Swede by two lengtba, 
Cantab a bid funrth. Captain Grant fifth, and 
King of Oude aixth. all beaten off. i min. 15 aeo. 

^^Mtfa'* PUU of loa<., tor marea ; 8 ml. 
PrieatMa. by The Doctor, 4 yra Lye walked over. 

StUiHg Stakai of 7»/. ; 1 mi. 
Cauliflower, 5 yr», 8it lib - W. Sharpe 1 

The Squire'fl DHUghter, 8 vrs, Sat lOIb Osborne S 
0«baldwick,8 yrt>. o« ISib - Wakefield, Jan. 8 
6alliir«r.4yrs,»»t0lb - - SimpMin 

Timothy, 8 yra, 7»t 41b - Charlton 

Chantrey, 4yr», »-t71b - - Holm^a 

Daupbln. 8 yn, 6at 181b - - Hiett 

Scarborough, 8 yra, Bat Sib • Mar»on 

ft to S eacii aght Gulliver and Timothv, and 7 to 2 
agat Cauliflower. Won by a length ; naif a length 
between wcond and third Gulliver fourth. Ttie 
winner entered lor 80/., was sold by auction fbr 
«S guineas. 

Gimeraek Siaka of 87ftl., for S yr olds ; 1 mi. 
Aaron Smith, by Simoom, 8st 7lb - Marlow 1 
Eutre-nouB, »4 71b - - Flatman 2 

B. c. by Charles Xll., d. by Touchstone, 

8st7lb - - - F.Butler 8 

The Saxon, 8it Tib . - - Arran 

Bro. toEilerdale,8st7Ib • J. Marson 

Hothorpe, 8st 71b - - A.Day 

iQueen Bee. Bat «lb - Whitehouse 

jHck Leeming, 8st Tib • - Holmei 

B. f. bv Lanercust-Golden Drop, 

SstSib • - - Dickenacn 

Liidy Mowbray. 8st Sib • • 6. Abdale 

7 to 4 agst Aaron Smith, 5 to 8 agst Charles XII. 
colt, and 4 to I agst Hothorpe. Won by a length, 
half a length between second and third, The Saxon 
fourth, Bro. to Ellerdale fifth, both well up. 1 mm. 
47 »ec. 

Mamben^ Plate of 50/. ; I mi. 4 fur. 
Scarborough, by Rutan, 8 yrs, 



7st 



Wakefield, Jan. 

Charlton 

Arnold 

Aldcroit 

J. Brown 

W. Sharpe 



Andaluaian, 4 yrs, 7>t 8Ib 
Polonai:<e, 4 yrs. Sat lOlb 
Chief Juatice, 8 yra, 6st 81b 
Old Claret. 8 yra, ftatl lib 
Ormsby, 4 yrs, 7« 21b - 

ft to 4 agst Andalnclnn, and 8 to 1 agst Polonaire. 
Won by a neck ; a length between second and 
third. 

STIRLING. 

THURSDAY, jtug. 22.— Gobi Cup, value 100/., 

with 140/. : Cup. Co. 



Haricot, bv Mango or Lanerooat, 8 yrs, 
est 71b, Inrl. Sib o'ver 



T^dy-l»m-ofr, 6 yrs, SutTlb 
Billy Brown, 4 yrs, 7tt 



0. Gates 

Bnmbv 

Jobiuton 



Pilot, aged, ast 71b - H.Robertson 

Luxury, 8 yrs, 7at - - Pringle 

Tf ensure, 4 yrs, flst l«b - ^ - Ry«n © 

Won by a length. 
Co«n/« Members* Plate of 50/. ! once ro. and a dis. 
Lady-Pm-off, by S. Anchor, 5 yrs, ,. . , , 

SatOlb - - - B"«nby Oil 

BrennuB, 8 yrs. 7«t 41b - Skene I « 

Tortoise, 5 yrs. 8at ISlb - Stronach 8 

Nepaul (late Bright Star), 6 yrs. „ „ ., 

tet ISlb - - H. Robertson 8 8 dr 

B. c„ by Charles XII.-Frill, 8 yrs, 

7st4lb - - G. Gates 8 dr 

Laundrymaid. aged. 8st 181b Halliivell 8 dr 
Miss Lottery. 8 yrs, 7st Ub - Johnston fell 
Heir atlRW, aged, 8st 18lb • Pringle feU 

Firat heat won by a length ; second heat by half 
a length; third by two lengths. 

Hvmtere Stakee of 88/. ; 2 mi. 

Smuggler Bill, aged - ^ Mr Powlett I 

Henry! aged - - Capt Harrison 8 

Pilot. a«d - - „MfNicoll 8 

Heir-aSaw, aged - J"'8®^"S * 

TheodoieHookCb.b.),4yrs - Mr Campbell 

Shylock, 6 yra - - - Mr Kev O 

Stubborn Dick, ft VTB - - Mr J. Crab 

Won by a neck. 

Alloa Stakei of 82/., once ro. 

Woodland, 4 yrs - - G. Gates I 1 

Swaledale. 4 yrs - H.Robertson 18 8 

Miss Lottery, 8 yrs - Pnngle « » dr 

Sir Roger dc Coverlev. 8 yrs - Skene 8 dr 

Won in a canter. 

FRIDAY.-BurgAS/oibtsorftO/. : Smi. 

B. c. by Cbarles XI 1 -Frill, a yrs - G. Gates 1 

Swaledale, 4 yrs, - - H, Robertson 2 

Billy Brown, 4 yrs - - Ryde^ » 

Even on PriU colt. Won by half a length. 

Buchanan Stakei of Oft/. ; 1 mh 6 fur. 

Haricbt, by Mango, or Lanercoat, 8 yrs G . Gates l 

|.ady-I'm-off. ft yrs - - Bumby a 

Even betting. Won by a head. 

Sauchie Stakee of •/. ; once ro. and a dis. 

Aspasia, by Hetman Platoff, 

a yrs - - H. Bobertwin I 1 

Billy Brown, 4 yrs - - Ityder S I 8 

Pilot, aged - - Bumby 8 8 

Tortoiae. ft yrs - J.Newbold 

Bridesmaid. 6 yrs, (carr. 81b over) Skeene 3 dr 
Headaman, aged - - G. Oales 2 dr 

Heir, at-law, aged - - PfinRle dr 

The first heal was won by half a length, the se- 
cond by a head, and the third by a neck. 

St ymian't Handicap of 100/. ; once ro. 
Miaa Lottery, by St Martin, 8 yrs, 

7Bt 81b ... Jobnaoa 1 

B c. by Charles XII.— Frill, 3 yrs, 

7,tilb - - - G. Oates 8 

Luxury, 8 vrs, 7«t - ' . I'ringle 8 

Nepaul, « yrs, Bstaib - H.Boberison 

Laundrymaid, agtd, 8»t8lb - Halliwell 

Won in a oanter. 
Scurry StakCiofiM.; 1 mi. 
The Methodist, by St Martin, . 

Bvra- - - MrWilkins 

Lillie,4yr» - Mr M'Kenzie 

Nepatil, 8 yrs - U. Roberteon 

Bridesma.d, 6 yrs - Capt Key 



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rm>afl'>at, ft yrs 
Headsman, aged 



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Stronach 
G. Oates 



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ECCLES. 
MONDAY, Aw. S«.—Tr»a/S/a*e« of 33/. ; 1 mi. 

The Fiddler, by Charles XII., ft yra - Fo^I« I 

The Iriah Ambassador, 4 yrs - Turner 8 

Conscript, 3 yrs - - Brnnawood S 

The Shareholder, 4 yrs - G. Francos 

Br. f. by Falstaff— Y. PeneUa, 8 yi» Willwrfbrce o 

Cynthia, 4 yrs - * - - Simuaon 

Redstreak, aged - - - !• rest 

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Kill'-or-eure. by The Doctor, 8 jn, 

7»t ... Turner 2 1 I 

The Flddlrr, 5 jt», 9st - Fow ler I % t 

Robinn, 3 yr», 7«t 4lb . Cooper 8 4 dr 

Patrick, 4 yro, 7a 4lb - Wilberfon« 8 dr 

Alma, 8yr«, fls' 8lb - Gone dr 

Tbe fir^t and second heati woa by a leneth, the 
third by half n length. ^ 

TUESDAY— IruwU Staku of »«. : 1 ml. 

KilUoi-curc, 8 yrk - Smith 

Irish Amhaundor, 4 yrs . Turner 1 

The Shareholder, 4 yrt - Frver S 

Begnr>my-neigbbour, «yrt Simpton S dr 

ArcbereH, 8 yra - . Onise 8 dr 

Mias Ami, 4 yre - Wilberforce dr 

Each heat iron easily. 

Trafford Park Stake* of til. ; 1 ml. « fur. 
Wllmom, by The Hydia, 8 yra, 

7»t4lb - - Cooper S 1 

Gracey,5yr»,7«tlSlb - ■ Simp^.n 1 9 2 

Alma,8yr8, 7bt - - Turner 8 dr 

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Gtnrimn Sit^tii of I. j 1 mi. 

gueen of the Vale (h.b). 4 yra - 
irdlime, 5 m - 
The Dmmmer, nved 

Won by four lengths. 

WEDNESDAY.— 0ttr<f2<f Aoee of £4/. ; 1 mf. 6 fur. 
Gracer, by Laneroost, 6yrs - Pnttiaon I I 

Patrick, 4 yr» - - LJTr.ler « 9 

KlJKeaM, 5yTS - - Wainw tight 

Black Bess, 5 vrs - - Witioa 

Both heaU won easily. 

EeelM HumduMo of 38i. ; I mi. 
The FiddliT, S yn, Bst lOlb . Fuwler 
Br. f. bv The ProTovt, 4 yrs 

7ntI0lb • Wilberforce 

The Shareholder, 4 yrs. 7st lOlb Turner 
Wilmont, 8 yrs, 7«t lolb - Coo{ier 

Conscript. 8 yrs, 7st «lb - Brandwood 
Cynthia, 4 vrs, 7st lOlb . Smith 

BAinbow (h.b.)» aged, 7st 0lb - G orse 
Won eafcily. 
Manehiter Stakea of HJt.i 1 mi. 6 fur. 
A1ra.t, by Vnlcan, 3 yrs . Gorse 

Kill-or-Oure, 8 vrs - . Smith 1 ; 

Beggar my -neighbour, 6 yrs Simpson < 

Br. f. by Caidnial Fuflf, « yrs Wllbertirce i 
Br. f. by The ProTost, 4 yis - Coupe S ( 
Miss Emily, 5 yrs - Brnndwooil c 

Latitat, 5 yrs - . Fro>t dls 

A good race. The wioaer, entered to be sold for 
SO gs., waa sold for 87 gs. 

STOURBRIDGE. 
MONDAY, Aug. sa.—Prettvood Staktt of 23A ; 
1 mi. 4 fur. 
Bi»k, by Melbourne (h.b ), 8 yrs, 

7»tilb - - W. Sharpe I ] 

The Verderer, 3 yrs, 7rt 4lb R. Sherwood S J 
Hardwick. 8 yrs, 7st 4lb • KnoU 3 : 

Won by four Imgtbs ; both h«aU won in a canter. 



Stourhridge Handicap of COS/. ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 
Administrator, by Inberitor, 8 yrs, 

78t 181b (carr. fist; - - W. White l 

Hrown Fly, aged, 7st - - O. Evans 2 

Agis,8yr8,7st«lb • - R St.erwood 8 

Co«acbia. «yr8,7ttlSlb - Whi'ehouse 

Bird of Paradise.* yrs, 7it 61b - C.Norman 
Gafffer Green, aged, 7tt4lb - - .J. N(.ck 

Spot,4yrs,7.t4lb - - Brooke* 

Self.defenoe.ayrs,7«t21b - E«rott 

Million, e yrs, 78t (carr. 7st 8lb) - Wakefield 
Oapsicum,»yi»,«stl0lb - W. Sharpo 

Uly Dawson (h.b.), 3 yrs, 5st lOlb - Knott 

i-ven on Spot. 8 to 1 agM Brown Fly, 5 to 1 agsi 

Auis, « to I each agst AdminUtrxtor uid Mignon. 

woo by half a length ; three parts of a length be- 

•a3*° *^°^ *"** *^^*^ * Spot two lengths behind 



Eoit Woreetttnkirg Slaku of ML ; t mi. 4-6lr. ' . 

Ambassadresii, by Plenipoientiary. 

4yrs,78tl«lb - IVakefield 8 S 1 ) 

The Verderer, 8 yrs. Oat Sib It Sherwood 8 1 2 ik 
Mns r, .-i yrs. 78t 81b - W. Sharpe i £e\\ 

The flrst hext won by two 1eni^«. necnnd by half 
a leni,-th, nnd the third e:iMly. Music broke Jacc 
b.'ck and wax nltertvnrds killed. 

Stand rurte of set ; 1 mi. 
Self-defence, by Lanercost, 5 yrs, 

est nib . . . Darker i i 

The Baronet (h.b.), aged, Sst 81b - Kitton s 3 

Won eavy. 

TUESDAY— LodiM' Puua of 8U. ; I ml. « fay. 
Ambassadress, 4 yr«. Sat lib - Wakefield I 

8pot. 4 yrs, 8st Olb (carr. 8st Olb) - Sly. jun. dis 

4 and 5 to I on Spot, who won tn ■ canter * but 
having carried 8lb over- weight, wasdiaqualificd. 

Gold Cttp (handicap) of 118/.; 8 mi. 
Cingari. by Sir Isaac, 4 yrs, Ott lOlb - WeTln 1 

Asr.s. 5yr., 7st8lb - R. Sherwood 8 

Egi et. S yrs. 78t I3lb (incl. Sib ex.) . Eicott S 

Even on Egret. 8 to I ai^st Agis, 5 to 1 nsst Cio- 
gan. Won by half a length; Egret a bud third. 
Hunttn' Stakta of 8M. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
1 I .Sir Robert Ch.b.),aBt7lb - U. Sly I J 

dis B. g . by The Prior > Bustarda, 8 yrs, 

88t4lb - - - Escr.tt S I) 

The Priuce. 6 yr*, lOst I lib Mr Deveui»on n 
Risk (h.b.). 8 vrs. <»st 4lb - - W. Anlmr 2 dr 
Both heats won easily. 
Himiof Slaket of 43i. ; I mi. 8 fur. 
Cosachia. by H. PlaiolT 6 vrs, Sat 4lb Wella | I 
Gatfer Green, agid, 8st 41b' - - J. Nott 8 

The Baronet (h. b.), aged, 

7Btlllb - . Wakefield, sen. 8 8 

F!iTi,4yrs.7st lllb . Brookes n 

Lily Dawson (b. b.), 8 yrs. 5st lllb Knott u 
Both heats won easily. 

DERBY. 

TUESDAY, Aug. V.—Trial Stake* of 5«. ; I mL 

Gladlole, by Gladiator, 8 yrs, «st lllb O-borne » 

Shilmalier West, 8 yrs, Ost Olb - W. Sharpe 9 

General Sale, 4 yrs, 8st 4lb - Whitenouse 

Penthesilea, 4 yrs, Bst lib • Holmes 

• Bssie (late Bu«v Foot), 4 yrs, 78t ISlb 

(incl. 81b over) - -' - Sanders 

Even on Shilmalier West, 8 to I agst Gladiole. 

Won by half a neck. 

rrarf««wie«'« Plate ot99J>l ; t mi. 
Clothworker, by The Prime Warden, 

4yra.estr21b - . Charlton i 

The Prior of Lanercost, 8 yrs, Ost 71b C. Sharpe 8 
G]en8addel,5yr8,88t8ll> . - H. Evans S 

Van Dieman. 4 yrs. 78t Mb - J. Witherton C' 

Dnxbury, 3yrs,estelb - - Arnold o 

5 to 4 agMt and even on Clothworker, to 4 a;^^ 
Duxbury, and 4 to I asst Van Dieman. Wcm br 
two len^ths ; Glen Saddel a bad ihTd. Van Dieman 
ran againat a post and threw his rider. 

Produce Stakes of \ml., for 8 yr olds ; 1 mi. 
Harriott, by Gladiator, 8st lib - Whiiebouse 1 
Modestina, 8bt lib - . . u. Evaiis 8 

Montezuma, 8>t 4lb - - ...Evans 

High odds on Hatrlott. Won iu a canter. Mon- 
tezuma did not get ctT. 
Maiden Plate of 401. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Sarab, by Gladiator, 4 yrs, 

7st 1216 - - - G. Whiiehowse I 1 

Bedford, 3 yrs, 7«t 4lb - - J. Kvans 2 8 

Montezuma, 3 yrs. 7»t - Osborne S dr 

Both heats won easily. 

WEDNESDAY.— C/ui(»/ior<& Slake* of 1357. ; 

1 mi. 4 fur. 

Clothworker, 4 yn, 7st lllb (incl. 71b 

ex.) ... - Charlton 1 

Wild-rose, 4 yrs, 78t 71b - W. Sharpe 8 

Administrator, yrs, Sst Sib (incl. 41b 
. "•) - - - - J. Evans 3 

Mayday, 4 yrs. est nib - - W>1U O 

Lady Speedy, 8 yrs, 5!.t Bib - Arnold 

Even on Clothworker, 8 to l a«»t Adininistrator, 
b to 1 agst Wild-rose. M'on by a len-t«i ; • netfc 
between second and third ; Miiv dny fourth. 



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CknUKfUU aimttt of 170r., for t yr olda ; 4 Air. 

TlM Cutler, brSheflleld, art Itlb - Mulow 1 

t I<«Jiiir(h.b.)8»«7lb - G.WhitehouM S 

i HiiBr,8it • . . . Tn*k«r 

Mnncbctter, SaUlb • - J. Etbm 

i TotKl EclipM, 8>t Sib • - Ttmplemaa 

I Loiiia.lktSIb - • • Holm«a 

Pierre deT'>iicbe,8ia4lb- • Dennan 

Arial(M,8rt7lb - • • Arnold 

Even on T be Cutler, nods tA 9 •catLnuie. Won 
br a bend ; Loaie and Hanclieitcr thiid and fuui th, 
I Wall «p. 

/imk««Mri* Plata aim. ; S mi. 
CkHhvorkcr, by The PrinM Wuiden* 4 yr«, 
ftitelb - . . 6. Hall 1 

) Geocml Sale. 4 yrt, 9et 4lb - • J.Evans S 

I Jawie. 4 yris bm 61b • • Sanden 8 

Duxbury, a yxa, (tat 81b - - llolmrs 

Bli*ter,8 5ra,7at lllb • • Sharpe 

Mfdeatbia, 8 yrs, 7»t 8lb - - H. Evans 

i to 1 on Clothvorkcr. Won by a length. 
Seliing Staku of 50/. ; I mi. 
, FkoMy. by Knvoy, s vre, .-«t Iblb Weill 1 1 
Cb. f.p by irbb Birdcaicher— Buzs, 8 vrs. 

8«t 131b ... Aipinqll 4 t 

Lyme. « vr«, 8it ISib - - Fletcher S 8 

litUie J«nnr.8rr«,8i>t71b - W. Shnrp* 8 

General 8a1e, 4 yrt, 9.t rib J. Araoa 5 

Both heats won easily. Winner sold for 4ags. 

TAUNTON AND WEST SOMERSET 
TUESDAY, Aug. V^TauHim Stmku of uyi. ; 
1 mi. 4 fur. 
LandMer.byMnleyMolocb,4yrs.7st Willi 
, Zadoe, Syrs, 7Bt 191b • W. Tr««a 2 

Second sight. 4 yrs, 8st lOlb • U. Crickmere 8 
FogiUvc, aged, Tst 81b - - Goater 4 

Won easily. 
Ladtn* Plate of 40i. : once ro. and a dis. 
Vesta, by Verulam, aged. 8st 71b YHtes 1 1 
Harum-scHriim, Syrs, 7st8lb - WI11iam» 18 8 
Quiver, 4 vrs. Set Olb - W.Treen 8 8 8 

(A- c. by Galanihus—Arlel, 8 yra, 

? St 81b ... Hiett 4dr 

'irst bent won by half a length; second by a 
I head ; third by nearly a length. 

StttUg Staku or4U.i 1 ml. 4 fur. 
I Salute, by Gladiator, 8 yrs - W. Treen 1 1 

Kleponent, 5 yrs • . Yates I 8 8 

Bella Donna, aged • - Donaldson v 8 

The Wren. 8 yrs • Williams « dr 

Sir Charles, 8 yrs • . W. Day dr 

First heat won by half a length ; second by a 
mrk ; third by half a lemrth. 

Imlrespers* Plate of 871. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Woo(Uarh. by Vcniaen, 4 yn - W. Treen I 1 

John of Berwick, 8 yrs - - Hiett 8 sl - . . . - - 

Chicot, 4 yn ... W. Da* V s! 'trst heat won by half a length ; second in a cantK. 
I The flnt beat was won by half a Isngih ' 



Free Hondieao ot 141. : once ro. and a dIs. 

Blopement by UarKaway, 5 yxs, 8st Treen I 1 

Chicot, 4 yrs, ttt 7tb • Crickmere 8 9 

Hehc, 4 yrs, 0st 191b - -Hiett 8 8 

First beat won by a neck ; second by a length. 

CHALK FARM RACES- 
TUESDAY, ilag. 97.^K«nn f^akn of 10{. 
Mnrtingale 0>te Nameless), by The 

S^uldler, « yrs, 8st 7lb . Heekett I 1 

Mule EnvT, 4 yra. 7st lib . Heavens 8 8 

3. c* by Cuiherstone, 4 yn, 7st 4Ib» 

(carr.Sstllb) • - Warner 3 

Wixard, aged, 8st 41b (carr. 8st 7Ib) York 
Valiant, aj^ed^Sst 41b - Harri«ondis 

Won easy. 

XiesMSd Fbf HaUm' UitJkM of IW. 
Martingale, « yrs, 8st.7ib - Hackett 1 I 

Little EnvT. 4 yn»7st 1 lib • Heavens 8 8 

Vengeanra. 8st 71b - . Midge 8 8 

R. e. by Cotherstone, 4 yn, 7st 111b dr 

Tonam'y, 8 yrs« 7st lib ■• > dr 

Won easy. 

KMroaii Hurit* Raet of 1B<. 
The General, aged, lOrt 41b • Li . 

Heallty. yrs, Osc lllb . Hackett 

Sampaon, & yrs. 9st 111b • Rerti 

Ceiberus, S.tiUb - • Mr Pratt 

Agoodrac*. 



EGHAM. 
WEDNESDAY, Amg. 88.— GeM Cap of 401. ; 1 mi. 
Little Jack, bvSlane, Syrs. 7st - J. Mano 1 
Br. o. by Sir Hercules- Dark Sasan, 

a rrs, fist »lb - Robt. Sherwood 8 

(Ed(pus,4«rs, 8st7lb • . Beeves 8 

Sam Hood, 8 vrs. Sst lllb • • Salt 4 

8 to I on Little Jack, 8 to I against Dark Susan 
colt. Won by a length. (Edipus and Sam Hood 
were beaten dill Run in 8 mio. 41 sec. 

^nuitenr Staket of 401. ; 8 mi. 
Escape, by Laneico»t,9 yt* Mr. Berkeley w. o. 

King John Slaku of ifiOf. ; for 8 yr olds ; T.Y.G. 
B. r. by The Ugly Bnck— MarKelliaa, 

8st . . . Platman 1 

B. or br. c by Laneroosi->La Belleua 

Hstyib - . Dockejray 8 

Jagellon. 8st 9lb - . . J.Sharp 8 

8 10 1 on the Margellina filly. Won by two lengths; 

a bad third. ^ -^ * 

PUfeotWl.t I mi. 4 fur. 
Beebee Bnnnoo, by Velocipede, 4 yn. 

7st8tb ... G. Brown I I 
Rrington, 8 yrs, 5«t Sib . Harding 8 9 

Lndy Frances, 5 yrs. 7»t 4lb . J. Mann " " 



1 by a length. 

WEDNESDAY, Borough ifemfters* Jfole of 7M. : 

once ro. and a dis. 
Miss Larkaway, by Uarkaway, f^rs T. Ram 1 I 
Hade-saf^, 8 yn > > . Hiett 8 S 

Confidence, 8 yn > > Goaier 8 

Ziidoe, 8 yrs . - Banbury dis 

Wood)ark,4yra - - W. Treen dl« 

First heat won easy : Zadoo bolted at tiie upper 
turn, taking Confldenoe with lilm ; Wo<Kllark went 
od the wrong sideufaposu Second heat won by 
a neck. 

Tradeemun't Plate of 84l. ; 1 mi. 4 fhr. 
Second-sight, by Harkaway. 

4 yrs - - - Crickmere til 

Woodlark, 4 yrs • > Yates t 4 4 

Zadoc, ayra - . W.Treen 8 8 

Jehn of Berwick, 8 rn . Hiett 8 3 

The first a dead bent ; second won by a neck t 
third by a length. 

HmrdU atakee of 811. ; once ro. and a dis. 
VesU, by Vemlum.aged . Mr. Reiliy 1 1 

Miss Fanny, aged - Mr. A. Wilkii^ 9 8 

"--^ -. Mr.W.ttwMy 8dr 

Won elevwly. 



THURSDAY..-JlaJlMwySt«*eflof50; Ofiir. 

Hereiae. by Oladiator, 4 yis, 7st 91b G. Brown I 

Montpeasier. 8 yn, ft>t . • W. Abdale 9 

Fisticuff, aged, 7tt lllh > G- Sharpe 8 

Carbuncle. 4 yrs, 7st«It > . Cheswase 4 
.^ to 4 agut Heroine, an.: 4 o4 M«t Montpcnsler. 
Won by tlirM lengths ; a baj third. 

Surrey and UiddUeexStakee at »k, fnl. 
and a dis. 
St. Rosniia, by St. Francis, 4 yn, 8st 51b Pettiw ' 
Little Jack, 8 yn, 7at 81b . .J. Mann 

Retileaon. 4 yrs. 8*t 7lb • W. Abdale A 

Even on St. Rosalia, 5 to 4 agst LitUi- Jack, and 
5 to I agst Repletion. Won by three length« : a 
length and a half between second and third. 4 min. 
7 sec. 

Hondidsp of 7AI. : 1 ml. 
Vlsite.byTheProvost. 8yrs, est4lb Harlock I 
Hood, 8 yn. ftit ■ • .J. Smith 9 

Christiana. 4 yrs. 8st 51b - Thick 8 

CRdipus, 4 yrs, 7st Oib . Robt. Sherwood 4 

The Moor, 5 vr«. tat 81b - W.Abdsle ft 

6 to 4 agst VisiU. 8 to 1 agst Christiana, and a to t 

agst (Bdinus. Won by a nect ^ *' " ' 

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Uttlf /sck, by 81mm. 8 vfs, 7< 

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- -, ' G. Brewn t 

valcntiae, 8yr»,7atSlb - Crouch I 

Br. c. by Veloafvede— Udy Geraldina. 

3yn, 7»tMb - . Robt. Sherwood 4 

7 to 4 OB The 8Ted«i and 5 to S agit Little Jock 
Won bjr three lengths. »nitu. 47mc. 

ErhamatakmotM.; 1 mi. 
Brington, by Cotheratoac, 8 yt«. 

4M9lb . . . Harding i i 

Beeboe Bunaoo, 4 m, 7st 41b G. Brown 

Marqule oTConyngham, aged. «>t 
,71b - - - J. Main S S 

Normaaton, 4 yrs, 8»t II lb Robt. Sherwood 
Uood.3yrs, Sst . . J.Smith fdr 

Each heat won by two lengths. The winner en- 
tered tob«eoldioCMM..«raaMldb7Mi«tioaror70(. 

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THURSDAT. Aug. ».-City MtmUn* PUt« of 



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NntbnawB. by Nutwitb, S yi*, ytt Plummer l i 
Califonia. 4 yr*. IM 4U» • C. Boyce i « 

Plorence Dombey (h. h.) « yrs, tat lib Btwall 8 dr 

PifBt heat won by a length ; leeond in a canter. 
£tutKtnt Hmidieap of Itjl. ; t mi. 
The Iflarcbloneis, by Loand«r« 4 yrs. 

«•* • • - R. Sherrard. juB. 1 

Rodney, 4 yrs. 7*t(carr.7st4lb) Dodteray t 

Landseer, 4 vn, «Bt lOIb Onel. lOIb ex.) Lowe 
Ch. f. by Redshank— Amoret* S yrs, Sst 

181b - . O. Mann . 

Won Vj two iMigths : a naek between sMond and 

JlaaH««|« Piatt of set. ; 1 ml. 4 tar. 
Tbo Old Pox, by Markaway. 4 jn, 

Sst • - - C. Hornabv.Jna. 1 1 

Dan Tucker, Syrs, Sat Slb(Garr.8acaib) Eiwall Sdr 

Diana,8yn,ast4lb Q. Mana dr 

Won in a canter. 

Ladia' Purte of 101. : t ml. 

Dan Tucker, by Bantley, a yrs, iOst 

«lb - ' • - Mr. Simmonds i 

Lady Fovdwieh, aged, list 81b Mr. Dunk • 

Redferd, 4 yra. l«at 41b . Mr. Barling 9 

Florsnae Oomboy, « yrs, lau - Etwafl 

Won in a cantor. 

PRIOAT.— »«won<<* i'lats of Ml.; onoero. 

•ndadli. 

Dan Tucker, 5 yn, 7st 8Ib T. Wllllama Oil 

Miss Nipper, 5 Jrra.Ostl lib Abrahams 10 8 

Rodney, 4 yrs, Bsl ylb— First heat Btwail 

Soeond • Dockemy OSS 
Nbtbrown, 8 yrs, est elb - Plummer 8 dr 

Hie Marehioness, 4 yrs, 7st 71b A. Mar low » dr 
Puffy,4 yn,7rt71b • Dockeray dr 

The first heat was won by a neck ; the second and 
third by a length. The winner claimed for 501. 

, Qutm't putt of lOal. ; 8 r*' 

St. Rosalia, by St. Fftmeia, 4 yrs, fct 



Sib 

Cora, 8 yrs, 8Bt Sib ' 
Landiesr, 4 yrs, 9st elb 
Both^ ' 



R.Pettit 1 t 

Abrahams 8 8 

- T. Williams Sdr 
heats won by a length. 
MtU ofTkantt Plate of 411. ; 1 mi. 

TheOMPox,4yn,SBtlllb C.H«maby,jnn. | | 

The Marchioness, 4 yrs, Sst »lb - Etwall S 8 

Diana, 8 yrs, TBt 71b - - G. Mann dr 

Nutbiown,8yrs,7st71b • •Plummer dr 
Pirat beat won by a head ; saoond by two lengtha. 
OUp Plait i lml.4ftir. 

DanTaeker,5yTs,8St»lbC. Mornaby.Jun. 8 1 I 

Diana. 8 yrs. Sst ISlb - G. Mann 1 S dr 
First beat won by a length ; seeond by ten lengths. 

PAISLEY. 
THURSDAY, Aug. 89.-lWal Slaktt ofSSt. ; 1 mi. 
Miss Lottery, by St. Martin, 8 yrs, 7st 



Mb 

LauDdrymaid, aged. 9st 41b 
The Recluae, 8 yrs, 7st Ub 
l}IUyOi.k) aged, Sst lib 



G. Gates 1 

Skeene 8 

8. Peers 8 

HaQiwell 4 



Puidtff cap of SSL ; <mee ro. firom thaN.B. oomsi 

Sad. 
Jdhn Dory, by AlpbeOa, 4 yrs, yet 

ftlb - • . U. Robertsopi I 
Attarv. STrs. 7atMb ' ' 

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Lottery, 8 yis.7at 41b .. G. Oatea S « 

e flrst heat was won by a length ; the aocond by 
a neek. 

GUugom Cup of eol : 8 mi. 
Harieot, by Mango or Laneroost* 8 yrs, 

e^tiilb - - '. O.Ostaa i 

Pssiima,8yrB,estlllb .. Walker 8 

Won easy. 

BMnr Staku of 801- : oner ro. and a dia. 

The Methodist, by St. Martin, e yrs Ryder 1 1 

Sir Astley Cooper, 8 yrs - > Pringle 8 8 

Aapa«ia,«Tra • . Robertaoa S 8 

Both beats won elererly by half a length. 

Bnr^jrmftar'* Plato of SOgs; 2 ml. 

Woodland, by Y. Lottery, 4 yrs, Sst 

81b - - - H. Robertson 18 1 

JobnDonr,4yiB,7stl8lb - Pringle S 1 dr 

B. e. by Charlee Xll.-Prill, 3 yrs. 

7at«b - - . G. Gates 5 S dt 

The flrst heat won by three parte of a lenicth ; the 

second easily. 

FRIDAY.— SlNPMpi<aibM of 54L : enca ro., from the 



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Miss Lottery, 7st 81b, 8 yrs 

Woodland, 4 yrs. tK 41b • 

B. c. bv Charles XII.- Frill, S yrs. 7st 41b G.Oatss 8 

Laundrymsld, aged, flat - Skcane • 

Theodore Hook (b. b.}, 4 yrs, «it 4lb HalUwell 

Pesaima, 3 yra, 7at 81b - . Walker • 

The Recluse, 8yra, 7at Sib - - Feeis 

Won by half a length. 

flKfeerBsHf. with 781.; SmLandadia. 

Harieot, 8 yrs, 7at eib (Incl. 71b. ex.) G.Ontea 1 

John Dory, 4 yrs. 7»t Mlb - Roborteon 8 

Woa by a neck. 

jr«iitor<' A«*«t of MM. ; 8 mi. 

Smuggler Bill, by The Commodore, or 

Tli« Saddler, aged - • Mr Fowlatt 1 1 

Petticoat (h. b.) agad (fcll) - Mr Hill 8 df 

' Jtaiiuay Staktt of 85/. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Miss Lottery, a yra. 7st lib - Prinrle I I 

The Methodiit. e yrs, »t I8lb • Ryder 8 dr 

Afttrtkott Frtt Handicap of 80L ; 1 ml. and a dis. 
Woodland, 4 yrs, 7st 71b - Robertson 1 

Louadrymaid, aged* 8st 71b - • > t 

The Methodist, eyri.8Bi9lb. - . 8 

Claudia, e jns, Sst 81b • . . • 

Pettiooatfb. b.). aged, 7kt 71b . • O' 

Theodore Hook (h. b.). 4 yrs.7tt7lb - -0 

Won easily. 

WARWICK AND LEAMINGTON. 
TUESDAY. 8t9t. 9^Poat Staktt of 85/., fi>r thr^yr 

olds ; once lo. and a dis. 
Miss Judy Macan (h. b-). by Accident, 

8>t«lb - - - J MarsoB I 

The Old Conmodoro, Sst Sib - Dockeray 8 

e to 4 on The Old Comnnodera. Won by a length. 

Racbtg Staktt of B8L ; 7 ttx. 
Hind of the Foreat, by Venison, yra, 

7i>t lOlb (• ' . * - - Platman r 

Bliater, 8 TTS, 7«t lib (incl. 81b ejttra) W. tthariM 8 
Staplefleld, 8 yra, 4st 8lb (carried 4st 181b> Smith 8 
Bermudian, 8 yn, 4st I8!b • Preeoa • 

Turpentine, 8 yra. Sat lOlb • - Bayley 8 

Ch. r. by Snvoy —Lady Riddleeworth, 8 yrs, 

4st»lb(car.4st nib) - - Walla 8 

6 to 4 a«st Staplefield, and 9 to 8 asat Hind of the 
Forest. Won by a neck ; Staplefield a tolecaUs 
third : the Envoy filly fourth. Ron In 1 min. 80 wc 
The winner, entered to be sold 'or 40 g*., sold hg 
auction lor SO gs. 

CaHlt Park Staktt of 810/., flbr two yr olds ; 7 ftr^ 
The Prlmo Minister, by M«hoaine, 

8«t71b - . - . Marlnw I 

Catalpa, est Mb . •• • Platman 8 

Tholfeaper.ailYlb. - - Whftataouoa 8 

ATia.ast81b . . *. Oro«oh • 

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Milk.b07,flttnb - - . Dorer 

to 5 on Tb* Prime Minbler. S to 1 agtt CHtalpttt 
ftnd 4 to 1 agM Paux-pM. Won by two l«ngths ; 
Paox-pu a bad foanb. I min. 97 mc. 

Leamingtom Staku of 0591. ; 9 mi. 
Doobt, by Gladiator, 4 yri, e>t 

(car.eM4lb) - . W. Sbarpo 

Juggler, 4 yn, 8at 8Ib, inel. Mb extra (car. 

«it51b) . . . PaTls 

Pugleman. 5 yra, 0*1 9lb> - Cbarltoo 

CoMaek, 6yrs,ttt8lb - Tamplcman 

Wool«1eh««yrB,7M01b- - - HieU 

filauea, 4 yn, 7i 4lb (car. 7»t Tib) • Platmaa 
Priesteia, 4 yra, 7at - - T. Lye 

lliaa Aan, 4 yn, «at 181b - - 6. Oatea 

Defaalter, ft yra, 6at lUb (tnel. Mb ex.) G. Sharp 
Ribaldry, » yra, «at 71b - • fVells 

LaiigtoD,4yra, «ttMb - - Arnold 

Cboarfal, 4 yn, Alt 4lb - - CoUiaa 

V»phaBa.»yn.fi«tiaib • • Harlock 

DocUity, 4 yrt, Sat Mb • Boldway 

Braanaa. • yra, 4tt ISlb - - Aipioall 

Kaanington. 4 yn, est 81b (brake down) Baahaaa 
7 to i ant Prieateti, C to i agatKenaiagtoo, 7 to 1 
i Dottht. 8 to 1 agat Topbana, IC to 1 each agit 



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i;aaaaek aad Docility. 14 to 1 agat ChaerfUl, 15 to 1 
[iM Ann, 18 to 1 each agat Ribaldry and 
• SO to 1 agU any other. Wun bjr a couple of 



agat MiM Ann, 18 to 1 each agat Ribaldry and 
6UneH, SO to 1 agU any other. Wun bjr a couple oT 
Irngtha ; the aame between aecond and third ; Do- 



cility va« fourtii. aad Coaaack fifth ; Prietton did 
Bot gee off. 8 min. 48 tec. 

CorfatMsa Haadw^»or43<.; 7 far. 
Magician, by Lanereoat, 4 yn, 

ltat4lb - . - Capt Little 1 1 

Goodwood. 4 yn, lOtt 101b Mr Beville 5 t 

Hope, ft yra, list 71b. • Mr Hobaon S 8 

Normanton, 4 yra. Sat 181b - Reevea 4 4 

Br. m oy Samarcand — La Pilfe'mal-gard^e, 
aged, Oat ISIb • - Mr Caldwell 8 dr 

The fint heat won by a length ; the tecond by 
half a length. 

QaeM** Plate of ICU, ; S mi. 

Little Jack, by Slane, 8 yn,8at Sib Platman 1 1 

Plr«t>rate, 8 vrs, 8M 81b - J. Maraon S dr 

Pity-thebliad, 4 yn, Sat elb • Marlow 8 dr 

4 to 1 on Little Jaek. Won in a canter. 

WEDNBSOAY.~Gna« Warnrlekildn Staku 

of 801. ; imi. e fur. 

Milcote, by Melbonrne, 8st 7lb - Dover w.o. 

Town Plate of 180/. ; 1 mi. 4 Air. 
Agia, by Safeguard, 5 yn, lOit 81b • Caot Little 1 
Captain Parry, 4 yn, tet iSlb Mr Davenport S 
Magician, 4 jra, lOtt4lb - Mr Brvill 8 

Joc-o'-Sot, « yn, llat 5Ib Mr Oabaldeeton 4 

Hope, 5 yn. Hat • - Mr liobHon 5 

6 to 4 askt JocV-Sot, 5 to S agat Agia, and 8 to 1 
W«t Magician. Won by a length ; Magician a good 
third. 1 min. 88 sec. 

CtoiiaiyHaiidieap 0(4801.; Imi. 4 fur. 
ToTBva, by Taurua, 4 yra. 7st81b ' Lye 1 

Little Jack,8 yn. flat lOlb • W. Harlock S 

Uriel. 4 yra, 78t ftib (Ind. ftlb es.). 

(carr.78t 81b) > - Flalman 8 

Rheaue,4yra, rat - « Treen 4 

Docility, 4 yn> Sat 1 lib - Hold way ft 

£acape, 5 yra, ttot 8lb • - Charlton « 

7 to 4 on Uriel, 4 to 1 ag>t Tnrnaa, 8 to 1 aj^at 
fiheaaa. 8 to I agat any other. Won by a length ; 
Uriel a bad third. 8 nin. tS aec. 

Avon Staks» of lOSl. ; 7 fur. 
Harriott, by Gladiator, 8 yn. 

Sat Ulb - • Wbitehouae 1 

Turtle, 8 yra, eat 1 lib - - J. Maun S 

Thorongh-irood.Sam, Syn, 7at - Crouch 8 

Windhouud, 8 yn, 9at • - Platman 4 

Paux-paa. «yrs,7Bt - - J. Smith 5 

Soaffle, 8 yn, 0at 91b • • Charlton 8 

9 to 4 agai Harriott, • to S agat TnrUe, and 8 to t 

- ' "■" *- id-Sam. Won by two leogtha; 

u 81 aec. 

AM-ongAHandteepofSOt) lBl.4ftir. 

Little Jaek, I yn,8at7ib • Platman 1 

JaekBrl|ga,Syri,78tinb r Whitebeaae S 



8 to I on Little Jaek. Won by three lengthf 
8mln.84ieo. 

Warmkk Cvp, value 8001. : 8 mi. 
Prlecteea, by The Doctor, 4 yn, 8at 81b - Lye 1 
Made-aafe, 8 yn. Oat 81b - - Hiatt t 

Jnatlce, 5 yra, SatSlb - - Wakefield o 

Collhigweod, aged. Sat ftlb - Platman 

6 to ft on Pneeteaa, and 8 to 1 aj^at Made-aafe. 
Won by four length* CoUingvood and Jnatioe did 
not paas the cha^. 

Scurry Bemdieap of 411. ; 5fhr. 
Scarboiough, by Batan, 8 yra, 78t Klb Dockeray 1 
Sampler, 8 yra. Sat 61b - • Holdway S 

Ch. f. by Irish Birdcatohet^ Bun, 8 yn, 

78t5lb . • - G. Oatea 8 

HlndofthePoreat, 5yn, Oat • Platman 

B. m. by Samarcaod, aged. Oat Olb lEvana 

Ch. f. by Envoy— Lady Eilaabetb, 1 yn, 
ftetSlb . . WaUa 

5 to 4 agat Hind of the Poreit, and ft to 9 agat 
Scarborough. Won by a length. 1 min. 8 mc. 

Setting StMket of 45/. ; 1 mi. 

Defaulter, 6 yn. 8at lOlb - Whitehonae 1 I 

Ptaat-rate, 8 yra. Oat - > Hett ft s 

Captain Parry, 4 yn.78t Tib • Wakefield S 

Goodwood,4yn,7B(7lb - Platman 8 

StClairo(thelalee,3yn, OatSIb - Well* 4 

The firat heat won by a length : the aecond by a 
■eck. 

MORPETH. 
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 4.'-Morpetk Handicap 
of^.; 8 mi. 
Mary Nobbier, by Talleyrand, aged. 

Oat 181b ... Marwood I 

Gulliver, 4 yn,7Bt Olb - - , - S 

L«dy Hylda. yn, sat 71b . • 8 

Lord Saltoun, ag«i, 7»t lOIb - • « 

Lady.I'm-off, ft yra, 7Bt 181b . . ft 

A fine race with the first three. 

^Molewr Stakee of 40/. : once ro. and a dis. 

Ormaby. bv Velocipede, 4 yn Mr J. Peart I I 

Elemore (n.b.), 8 yn • • - 8 9 

Naniqr Banka, aged • - > 4 8 

Magnet, agad - - - - ft 4 

Miaa Jane, 4 yra - • - 8 dr 

Won eaay. 

Bonmgk AoAm of 88/. ; 1 mi. 4fVu'. 

Chief Juatioe, by The Hydra, 8 yn Aldcroft 1 I 

Lady Hylda. 6 yn - - - 9 9 

Lady-l'm^off, ft yn • - • 8 8 

Two wel1*conteB(ad heata. 

TTHURSDAT.— Se//JNy Staku of 88/. ; I ml. 4 tax. 
Gulliver, by Touohatone, 4 yn - Simpson 1 1 
Misa Jane, 4 yra • • -49 

ChJcrjnatice,8yra • - - - 8 8 

Potlui:k,4yn - - • - 9 4 

Wen oleverly. 

Sln(rr« 8<aft««, with a whip ; oaoe ro. and a die. 

Nanov Banka, aged - • Mr. J. Chuk 1 1 

Miaa Jane, 4 yn - - • 9 dr 

Won in a canter. 

Match, 89/. ; Hat 71b ; one mile and a half.— 
Tallyho beat Liisie easily. 

WEYMOUTH. 
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 4.— IfevmowM Slmkee of 40/. j 

1 mL and a dia. 

Heather Bell, 8 yn, 7st - H.Goater 1 1 

Holloa, ft yra. Sat 181b • Benakin 1 9 

Pint beat won by a length, the aecond in • 

eanter. 

Borough Member^ Handicap et 117/. : 9 ni. 

Kathleen, by Lanerooat, 8 yn, eat 81b G.Mann 1 

Birihday (h.b.), 8 yn. Set 4lb - J. Go4iar 9 

The Unve Buck, 8 yn, 7at ISIb BenaUn 8 

Won by three lengtha. 

THURSDAY.— Qaera'e PlmU of lOftl, ; 8 mL 
Kathleen, by Lanereoat, 8 yn, 8at 91b Sly 1 1 
HeatfaerBell, 8yrs,8atSlb - H.Goater 9 t 
Morpeth, aged, lOat Sib - W. Day 8 dr 

Fint heat won by a sack ; the locond by a lenfOt. 



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Handitmp or tM. ; 1 mt. and n dio. 

Holloa, br EiyBing, ft vr>, 7*t lOlb B«mskin 1 . 

Hmtbf!t1itll,»7nt7l'- - iioatet <dr 

Won catj. 

Handicap of W. i I mi. 

Th« Bniw Buck, by VeniwD. «jrn Benskin 1 I 

Ucriv.agcd • - Mr R. Wadswonh a i 

Wea May. 

WESTERN MEETING (AYfD. 
THURSDAY, Sept.i.—Jt/r Cap Staku of 001., 1 mi. 
KttUiiOD, hr PnnUlooQ, 4 yrt Canwrigbt w.o. 

Ayrahirt Hoa^teapof SOL ; S mi. 
KlUiiron, 4 yr>. {at 7lh - • Cartwright 

I^uxurv, 8 yn, 1st lOlb • T Juhoaon t 

r«Mima, Syrs, (tat7lb • O. UaUiwvU 9 

VVonby halfalmgth. 
Seottith Voluntifrr Slaket o( tBL } 1 mi. 4 fur. 
6waledalp. by St<ickport • Mr Dtnm 

iiateiy nnd InncH-enco • Mr MHltland fi 

The Douglas (lut« Sir Walter Scott) Mr Taylor s 
-Mr Kay 



Ketiiy 
Zelia 
EgUntine 
TIm Sa-allow 
riato 
Merry Boy 
Activity - 
Bri<ic«tmaid • 
Heir-at-law 
Mepaul 
Pitwharlas 
Henry 



Mr CooiKT 

MrW. Cnig 

Mr H. Beg« 

MrRuihertord 

- Mr J. Birctay 

MrBa&tcr « 

> MrM'tCeoiie 

MrW. Jolly 

Mr Smith • 

Mr Campbell 

Mr Key • 

- Mr J. Laing 

Mr Bowman 



Won by two lengtha. Swaladnl^, Henry, Hdr. 
■ "Tie Donglat. eecu entered to *^ * 



beaold 



t>biw, and The 
f»r a»Li were claimed. 

Plate of MT.: SmL 
John Dory> by Alpbeiu, 4 yr« • Robertaon 1 
Metfaudlat, « yr« - • Hydcr 8 

Haadteip of M.; 4 fiir. 
Gaiety and Innocence, IMt Mr R. Maltland 1 
Heir.Rt.law.im71b • . • MrW. Jolly t 
Nepaul, ilat - • Mr W. Kuiherroid 8 

Fitadiarlee, I0«t 7lb - • MrM'Kensie 4 

Won easy. 
FRIDAY.— FVm H<m<iifiap of 45/.; 1 mi. 4 ftir. 
Miss Lottery, by St Martin, It yxs, 7H 

(carr. 7stSlb) - -H. Rob<Ttson 1 

Jobn Dory, 4 yrs, Sst tlb • Cartwright S 

Luxury. 3 ym, «st 61b - - Johniton 8 

Gaiety and Innocence, aged, 7at lOlb Hydcr 4 
Pessima, 3 yxa, «at 4lb - - Peaeock i 

Won by a length. 
PbteefftM. ; tmi. 
8wa1edale,4yrs. «st71b - Peacock 1 1 

The Douglas (late Sir Walter Scott). 

« yrs. 7st 4lb • - Pringle S 

Luxury, 8 yrs, Sat 4lb • - Soodatl 

Mies Lottery, 8 yrs. eat lib • J<dinstoa S _ 

Mepaul, « yn, Jul 4lb • H. Robertson 8 dr 

Won easily. The winner was claimed for VU, 

HwriU atttktt of 7M i • mi. 

ilir John (Kb.) aged - Mr .lohn Kelll 1 

Btlly,aged ... Mr Mil hall S 

Pettieont (hb.) aged . • Mr Thrift 

Johnnie Barrie, aged - HrR.Maitland 

Isaac, aged - - Mr W. Rutberlbrd 

Plato, aged - - . Mr Hay 

Won by three lengths. 

ROCHESTER AND CHATHAM. 
THURSDAY. Seft. ft.—itfaUm i>llai«or40 sots; 

Bellissima.bv Combat, 8 yrs,'fa lib Lowe 1 1 

Jessie (late Busy-foot), 4 yrs, 
8st4fb . . - Sanders 1 S S 

Ballet Girl, by St. Francis, 8 yrs, 
7stilb . - Abrahams S 8 

Br. r. by Muley Moloch — Pen- 
dulum, 4 yrs. Bat 4lb W. Planner 4 

.lo«»ie, by Ion, 4 yrs, flst 4lb • Price 8 dr 

B. r by Sir Hereuiee— Mbiletoe, 
4 yr«, 8«t 41b • - Crouch dr 



. Firkt heat won by m neck, second by two lengtbto 
third by ten lengths. 

McmUrt' PUUeotM.; twice ro. 
The Ballet Girl, by The Earl oflUch- 

mood. 8 yrs, eat Sib • HamMMSid 1 

Seoond-sifht, 4 yrs, Sat - > Crouen 4 

Cora, 8 yrs. Ttt Sib • . Abrahuna 8 

e to 4 on Ballet Girl, t to 1 agst Second aigkC. 
3 to I asst Cera. Won by haira length; Ontn 
' '" If. 



Medwmv ataket of 881. ; once ro. and a die. 
Brington,byCotheffs«one.8yrs,8bta!lb Uammoad I 
The Mar«diionas«, 4 yrs. 7't 8ib R. Si i erw u e d S 
Miss Nipper, ft yrs. 7a» lOlb - Abrahaaaa O 

LittleQiieen.eyrs, ttt > . Mnrtln 

Malmesburr, ft yrs. 7st l«lb - Crooih 

T1»-bii, aged, ast 8tb . -F.Bak^ia 8 

Night-cap (late Hood). 8 yrs. Sat ISIb 

(carr. fist 81b) ... Li^re 

Jessie (late Busy-foot), 4 yrs, 8at 4lb Sandars p 
Grist, ft yrs. 7st lOlb - • C. Planner 8 

ft to 4 on Bringtoo. and 8 to 1 agst AlaichMwess. 
Won by a head; a bad third. 

RotAinghtm SfoJwt offtCf. : I ml. 4 far. 
Brington, 8jr*, 0at41b- Hammond 10 1 

Pulcherrima, 4 yrs, 7st ftib (cnrr. 

7st 71b . . Dockeray • 1 f 

TbeHighwayman,aged,7stl8lbAbrahanM •84 

'"— " " - CroQch a dr 

Lowe 3-dr 
.... - Williams dr 

First beat won by a aeok, second by a length, 
third by a head ; a dead heat for second. 

FRID A Y^OoU Cmp State of 861. ; 1 mL 4 fur. 
Mrs Tuft (h. b.), by Don John, ft yrs, 

BstSIb - ' - Rogers 1 I 

The Highwayman, aged, 8st ftIb ; BtJley 4 8 

8eeond-si|(ht, 4 yrs, &t tib - Dockeray S 8 

Grasshopper, 4 m, Sst <lb - Crouch 8 it 

Both beats wen in a c 



Grasshopper, 4 yrs, 7stftlb 

Vesta, aged, 7st Itlb 

Dan Tucker, ft yrs. Tst 181b 



W0it Kmtt SImkM of 8SL ; once ro. 
The Harobloness, by Lennder, 4 yrs, 

7st l«lb . . .J. Dorkeray 1 1 

My Mary, aged, 8st 9Ib . W. Plaaaer 8 

Marqulsof Conyngbam,aged,attMb J. Sharp 8 8 
Wbyuot, ft yrs, 7st 8lb • - 1 ooter 8 , $ 

Ocyroe, aged, 7st Itlb - > Bramble 

Malmesbnrjr, ftyrs, 8*t0lb > Crourb t dr 

The flist beat won by two lengths, and the sceoM 
by a length. The wiimer claimed for 40f. 

Jtaihny PImU aSHL ; enee re. and a die. 
Bellisslm • , 8 yta, 8st 71b 



,-. Lowe 1 

Pulcherrima, 4 yra, 7rt Mb • • Dockeray 8 
B. I. by Slaae— Ousman's d., 8 yrs, 

ft«t I8lb (carr. e«t lib) - Hammond 8 

Jessie, by Ion. 4 yr>, est 181b. Price, jua. 4 

JcMie (late Busy-foot), 4 yra, 8st lib A. Marlow ft 

Tit-bii, aged, 8st lib • Abrahams 

8 to 1 on Pulcherrima r..and 8 to 1 agst Beltiaaima. 
Won by a length. The wbwer claimed for |«8f. 

Smrry StaktM; from the Turn In, were won in a 
canter, by b. f. by Slane— Gusman's d., 8 yr*. 8si tlb 
^W. Planner), boating Why-not, ft yrs, 9st (Sanders), 
and Ocyroe. aged, 8st Mb (HiS8in«> 

Ham/srs' Statu otHL ; twice re. and a dis. 
Miss Nipper, by Bran, ft yrs. 

lOstSIb ... Higglns 8 1 I 
Ladr Fordwich. aged, lOet alb Eatwell I 8 8 
Bedford. 4 yrs. lOat Olb - Mr P. Barling dr 
The Flirt, aged, lOat 81b T. F. Rolt d^ 

Vesta, aged, lOtt Itlb . > Yates dr 

Khondouz, agMi. lOst 91b Mr J. B. Barling dis 

The first heal was won by a head, tlie second by a 
length, and the third by two lengths. 

LINCOLN. 

THURSDAY. Stpt. ft..-JI««faal Stakm offtSl., fc« ' 

8yrolds; 4 Air. 

Hippogriir.by Montrealor Theon, 8« 71b O.Onles 1 

Palais RoyaK est 4ib . R. Denmnn 8 

Presto, Sat 4lb > -J. Holme* 8 

ft to 4 on Presto, t to 1 agst HippegritT, « to 1 apt 

Palais Ro^al. Won by alei|gtbi Plfetobcnteaoff 



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F.Monon 4 



mi. 4 fur. 
- O. Oatr* 
J. Marion 



Lbieotiuhirt Banditap oftOM. ; t ml. 
Harient, by Mbbko or Lamacott, 8 jrm* 

5»t9lb(«ur.Ml«b) . . Arnold 

Olmdiol*. 8 jrrs, »tt •lb • Otbom* 

mAm^tmdf,ijr*,9Ublb • • Lccdel 

tKiaviJaI,«7n.7it(«vr.7-tSlb) O. Oatet 

lSvMi«B Haricot, 8 to 1 kk* Oladiote, 8 to I agst 
Mmk^-nmiy, 4 to 1 agst Kiag Hal. Woa by a 
jMi«Cb;abMlUkliid. 

ammmr$* SMtt of 801. ; t ml. 
SquiM of MahoDt bj The Bard, agied, 

|*C • Ca|»t Broadlej 

Sm«s9l«rBUU*S«d, IStt - Mr PoHn 
Swift, 4 jrn, 10<« 7ib - Mr Blanton 4 8 8 

LMwdemaiB, 4 yn. lOst 71b Ur Wtlfltt 8 4 dr 

First ht-at won by a head* Moond by a lenctb. 

£a U.b heat UoUnct rod* Legerdonuiia.) Third 
•t by a length. 
FRIDAY.— nmmrfaw Stalua 0(451.; 1 mi. 
Gladlolo, by Gladiator, 8 yi% 8M Platmun 1 

Hippogriff, S yn, Ort • • J. Otborne "' 

Frnto, 9 yr«. «* > • Arnold 

Maidof M«mR0ld,4yrB,8atlff1b 
B. f. by Hardwiok— Miw Burnloy, 
Syra. Sat - - . , 

A to 4 on Oladiole.S to 1 agat Hippocriff. Won 
by a l«ncth ; a length and a half between tacond 
«iml third. 

BroekUtbf Handicap of 501. ; 
Clara, bv Joined, 8 yre, 8>l 71b 
King Hal. yra. 7tt lulb 
ttvm Btamfbrd. 8 ym, 7it lUb 

8 to 1 on Clara. Wen in a canter. 

Qmne* FlaU of lOSl. ; t mi. 

Little Jack, by Slane, 8 yrs Platman walked over 

BmrMth Stokat of 851. ; 1 mi. 4 fhr. 
Glndlole, 8 yn, 7tt 81b • Oebome 1 1 

^aihrown. uyns«at lllb - Plummer 8 t 

Old Cbarlotto Hyde. 8 yra, Set lib Arnold 8 4 
Clan, 6 vra, tttlOlb - G. Ontci 5 8 

DBrtjh.b.),6yr>.8a(5lb . Warr 4 dr 

Both heati won by three parte of a length. 

BARNET FAIR. 
' FtllDAT,Srpt.e.— HwdteStafcaorsiL; three 

timet ro. and a dU. 
Martingale, by The Saddler, • yra, 

tetUlb ... Ilackett 1 1 

Inttepiil, aged, lOat 61b - Taylor 8 

Little Fanny, aged. Mt(carr.lOit) Manning 9 8 
Little Envy, 4 yte, 8tt Mb (can. 

Srtlllb) - MrM'Shane 

Tb* Sovereign, • yn, 0«t 18lb BemeUrider 
Won eaaily. 
Baofm Homtteap. 
%ittl« Knvy, by Snap. 4 yn. Set Mr M*Shnne 1 
iJtife Fanny, aj^ad, tOM l«b - Manning 8 

Reality, aged, l«it Tib - MrHutobineon 8 

BUNGAY. 

FRIDAY, Sapt. 9^€hMl»m*u*a Pmnt of 98l. ; 

once ro. and a die. 

MeunUin Dew, by Lanercot^ 8 yre, 

9»t 81b • • • Barnnrd 1 I 

" - Swan 8 8 

Ling 8 8 

Syn.SrtlOlb • - Hinde 4 4 

Won easily. 

JturdU Race of |9l. 

^reeent. by VeruUm, aged, lOst 7lb Lin? 1 1 

Wlilte Stocking!, aged lUt - W. Ferk 8 8 

Weaver, agrd, lOetylb - . F. Peek 8 8 

Chance (h. b.), 6 vrs, lOet - Arciivr 

Two good heaU. 

AMepttoAtct of 151. 

FjnlM. by Tbe Provost. 8 yr«. 8>t Swan 1 1 

Flora Macdonald, aged. Set 81b • -88 

Sir Harry, 4 yre. 8K 3db - • 8 

Cbaoce (h. b.), « yre. Set <lb • -40 

Beee, aged. Set 81b - - 

AXBRIDGE (MENDIP). 
TJUOAY. 80pt. 9^Bonugh Stakntttjl. ; twice ro. 

and a die. 
Veteran, » yre, l«pC - - Ro'ipb I I 



Bella Donna. a>ed,16et 71b • T. Bnrrowa 8 8 

DancUa, 4 yrs. Sat • Donnldiion 8 

Mise Raitey, aged, lOat 71b - A.Vivian o o 

Miaa Fanny, aged. lUst 71b W. Wilkins 

Buiy-fbot. agoj, lOit 71b • J.Gilpin • 

CountaM,8yre,aK8ib - • Moon dis 

Won eaiily. 
Haritfe Stain of SIL ; twice ro. and a die. 
Mr Toote. by The Saddler, 4 yrs* 



lOet 7lb 
Axa, 4 yrs, lOst 71b 
Bella Donna, Rgod. list 7lb 
*^peep. aged, list 7lb • 

isB Fnnny. aged, list 71b 



• R^lph 1 

- Donaldson 8 

T. Burrows 9 

• MrGoilwin 

W. Wiilcios 

. O.Vivian < 

M. Rrilly 

A. Vivian dis 



9H XIO 

Fi^alitrf, 8 ym, flst 
Present, aged. Sst Sib 
Pretender, Syn.lkt 101 



Miss 

LatsofQowrieTaRed, list 71b 
Morocco, aged, 1 1st 71b 
Lady Day, 4 yrs, lOst 7lb 

Each heat'won cleverly. 

Ouddar Hunt Stalm of 8X. 

Constitntlon. a^«'d. list- - G.Vivian I 

PilUbox. aged, list - • Moon 8 

Humbug, aged, list - • Donaldson 8 

Banditap el 9a. ; twice ro. and a dis. 
Asa, 4 yrs. Set 71b • Donaldion 8 • 1 I 

Countess, 8 yrs, 8st (bolted) - Moon 1 8 dis 
Bella Donna, aged, Sst 7ib 

(br.down) • • O. Vivian 8 

THmworth,Sst4lb • T. Burrows 4 dr 

First beat won by half a neck ; sneond. a dead 
beat; third heat won in a oanter. 

A Hamikttp Aneeof lOl., for hunters, was won by 
Hnmbug, aged, list (Donaldaonj, beating Consti- 
tution, aged, list (G. Vivian), and I'ill-box, list 
(O.Mooii). 

LICHFIELD. 

MONDAY, Sept. S.— iVrnftM* Stmlm of 1801. ; 

1 mi. 8 fur. 

Jack Briggs, by Sir Isaac, 8st 81b Whitelionse 1 

Modpotina, 8it - • • Brookes 8 

The LaM of Underlay, Sst - - Murlow 8 

Won by a head. 

Slt^fordthirt Stalut of 1801 ; 9 mi. 

Candlewick, by The Prima Warden, 8 yrs, 

OstlSlb • . W. Sliarpc 1 

Doubi,4yrs,0stlllb0acl.51bex.) Wbhehoitea 8 
Miloote,8yra. OstUlb - - Eshiett 8 

Don Juan, 4 yrs, est 71b • - Marlow 4 

5 le 4 on Doubt, 5 to 8 aest Don Jnan, and 4 to 1 
agst Candlewick. Won bv thrae quartors of a 
length ; half a length between second and tbird. 

Two Ttar Old Staket of isof.; 4 fhr. 
LeJulf.byPHngh-a<ballagh,8.t4lb .Marlow l 
1'lie Reaper, Sst 4lb • • Whliehouse 8 

Timid Fawn. Sst 4lb • • Denman 

Cb. c by FanghHt'ballagh — The Tippler's d., 

Setylb - - - W. Sharpe 

Pierre de Toudie. Sst 4lb • • Brookes 

Even on Le Juif, 8 to 1 agst Tlie Reaper, and 4 to t 
agst Pierre de Touche. Won by a neck ; the same 
betwreo second and third; the di. c. — Tippler's d. 
lost start. 

Lkl^fiM ataku of 881.: 1 mi. 4ftir. 
Coloeynthua, by Cardinal Puff, 5 yrs, 

7st 71b . . • Cheserasa 1 

B. m. by Jereed. d. by Cadland, 5 yrs, 



W. Siiarpe 

Wells 

8. Smith 

KnoU 

i I mi. 



Avitean, 8 yre, 4st 191b 
Panncy, 8 yis, 5st Sib (bolted) • 
The Tippler, 8 yrs. 5st 71b (bolted) - 
Won by a length. 
TUESDAY.— Cap 8take$ at iOSL ; 
Lady Jertcy, by Bay Middlet«^n, 4 yrs, 

est 71b - . • W. Sharpe 1 

Chcaoside. 8 yrs, Sit 8lb • - Mai low 8 

Cosaebia, 6 yrs, Sst - • Whiuhouse 8 

8 to 4 on Lady Jersev. Won by half a length : 

Cheapside beating Coeachia by a head. 

FV«e Handtfoap of 801.; 1 mi. 

Candlewick, 8 yr*. Set 41b - W. Sbar|le I 

Lady Jersey, 4 yrs, 7st 71b - O. (Mies 8 

Pentbesilia. 4 yrs, 7»t 8lb - T. Haemll » 

MayHUy.4yrs,7StAlb - J.WeiU 4 

< to 4 on Candlewick* Wonearily. 



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TiM Tippltf, •yn, tattlb ' ^ W. Sbarpe 
Won in a ennier. - 
aaUmg aulmctULi l mi. 
Colceynthui, ft jrif . - CliMwaM 1 

Surah. 4)rM . - W.SbwiM a 

Pltj-tbe-blind, 4 yrt • Knott 4 

Ch. f. by irnh BbdcatelMr-Bau. 
Syn - . W.'BUir S S dr 

Won cltTwIy, 



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The flnt b««t won by half a Ingtb, the tecona 

and fourth by a UngOk. Otbaldwlek csim In ant 

by a neck fi»r the third heat, but carried oy, erweigh« 



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IfONDAY. Stpt. 9.-Moortmnd Plato of tSf. 



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4 
» 
9 
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Oralis, by K.Gole (h.b.). ayt»,tet81b White 
Slip, ft yrs, en 7>b . - Fletcher 

li«ller-fk«liar, 5 yn, 8«t71b . Aiihur 

Amelia, 8 yre. «st l«lb . A lad 

Both baaM won clererly. 
Wtlltr Piatt o(M. 
Fkvderick Jeromft (h. b.)> 1 let Mr Boot 

Wlreuorm (hj>.)» n>t 
Verax, Hat 7lb 

Dick SwiTeller (h. b.). Hat Mr Rarrry 

Reliunce. lUiyih • • <• ^ 

Two vell-conierted heata. The winner waa ob< 
joctedto. 

JTanor Pinto of 181. 
Br. £ by The PruTott. d. by Liverpool. 

Byre. OitHib ... Whl«o 1 1 
Slip, 8 yn, lltt • . Pleiaber S l 



TUESDAT.— JToIck, fi«r. i 1 mi. 4 ftir.-Oip«y 

Qncen. lOet. beat Btm, lOtt. easily. 

Hura» Rata for lyl. 

Frederick Jerome, aged. Hat Mb - Beet 1 1 

Slip, S yre, lOet lOlb - - White 3 1 

New Bflgbton* aged. lUt Sib -Brown 8 1 

Marlow, 8 ynt, 1 Ut 81b • - dla 

Amelia. 8 yn. Set • - Fletcber die 

Won cleverly In two beat*. 

Bandtct^ for beaten horaee* with a purte added. 

Marlow, 6 yre, I let 7ib - Fletcher 1 i 

ileltertkelier.ftyre, I0tt7lb - White 8 v 

Poueey, 8 yn« Set • • A lad 8 dr 

Two good heat*. 

RADCLIFFE. 

MONDAY, &i>r.».-H«aiim Park StaketotW.; 1 mi. 
Unity, by Ami- Repealer, 8 yn. ftet ftlb T. Dodd 1 
l(om.ioce, 6 yn, 9>t 4lb • 6. Abdale < 

GnUiver, 4vr*,.8at Itib • Wintrfnwbara • 

Lady Speedy, 8 yn, 7it4tb - C.Sherpe 4 

ft to 4 on Unity, 8 to I e«it Onllivar, 4 to I agst 
any other. Won by three laoftha. 

Tme Year Old Staku ut M. : 0far. 
Madame Wharton, by Cur. PuS; 8M ftlb W Oatet 1 
True-love, Sat Sib • • G. AImIhIu 8 

Marguretta, an 21b • • J. Evana 8 

iSroily Bell, Sat Sib • - WinUingham 4 

5 lo S on Madame Warton. Won by tbrat- length*, 
Trtielove beat in i,' Matgaretta by a couple of lengths. 
£mily Bell loit atart. 

WHton C»» of SftftL; 8 mi. and a die. 
Clothworker. by The Pt4«pe WumUo, 

4yra,8Bt«lb(indl.8lto«KiM9 - J. Hall 1 

LadyHylda,eyrs, 9at71b - G. Abdale % 

Made-aaie, 8 yra. Set lin* - - Hiett 8 

General Sale, 4 yre, Ttt Mb • J. Evane 4 

Alp, 4 yn, Sat 1 lib • J.Oeborne ft 

Rote Bradwardine, 8 yn. 8*1 ftlb - Gorae « 

5 to 4 on Clothworker, S to 1 egat Mada'tafa, 8 to 
I »gA Alu, 7 to 1 Hgit Lady Hylda, 8 to 1 agat any 
other. Won by three parte of a U>ngth, Lady Hylda 
beating Made aaie by a length ; General Sale a good 
loorth. 

SiM«;w(atfla of 40/. : 1 ml. 4 fur. 
n. f. by Jerry (d.'a ped. anknown), 

8yra . . J.Oeborne 1 1 

(^eoAcripl, 8 yn • Branviood 1 ft • 8 

Kepulae,ftyn •> Froat 8 8 3 

Vhe Conateae, 8 yn - Mooagh 4 

._. ., . . Wakefield I die 



without declaring it. 

TUESDAY.— je«daN/« ft. Ltger Strnkn of 401. ; 

I mi. 4 fur. 
Snowdrift, bir The Doctor, 7«t 71b - J. Oaheme I 
Paneey, 7at 71b . . J.Beane SI 

ArchereBa,7si8lb • •> Branweod 8 

£ven on Snowdrift Won by n neeic 
LaneaaMr0 Stakea of 801. { twice ro. and a die. 
General Sale, by Coronation, 4 yra, 

net 01b . . Mr Davenport 1 

Little Queen, 4 yra, ion 111b . Cunninghua • 

Claia, eyre, list elb - Mrtianum a 

Won by a neck ; a bad third. 

Sttward's Ow or IIM. ; 1 ml. 

Lady Hylda, by B«btn Gray. « yn, 

7atiaib - . Baaham 1 

Taly,vyn»8etnb > • J. Oabemo t 

Abbewi of Jerveaux. 8 jm. Bet OIH B. Hoffriaon 8 
Browa-fly, aged, 7n 81b - ChMttMt 4 

Made-enfiB, 8 yn, Oat - - Hiett 6 

f to 1 aget Taly, 8 to 1 aget the Abbeaa of Jer- 
veaux, 4 to I each agii Brow»4^ and Lady Hylda. 
Won by a length ; Taly boating Abbeea of Jerforas 
by a necli. Birownofly well up. 



SaSiag 8l&ke$ of 881. ; 1 ml. 4 flir. 
, Jerry, (dam, ped. unknown) 
syra.8Bt01b • -J Otbonw ft 



B.f. by Jerry, ( 



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Boadioea, Syn, SatOlb (canr. 5et lUb) Hiett 
Little Qneen. 4 yn.7>t 41b Charlton's 4 S 

Galllv«r,4yn, tat4ib - Wintrlngham 4 S dr 
Alma, 8 yra, let 9lb - B. Harriaon 8 dr 

Firat heat won br n loogth; tiw aaoond by a 
nock ; and the third by half a neck. 

* J. Evana in ibe aecond and third heate. 

WEDNESDAY— &«rry SfaiMOf 841. ; efcr. 
nuance, by AccMent. « yra. Oat 4ib . Abdale I 



Oabaldw{ck,a yn, TMOIb (oarr. 
7uolb) . . . Wakefield, Jan. 

. G.Oatee 

• Pratt 

Cooper 
Oaborne 
J. Evana 



<>abaldwick,8yn 
Kmucate, 8 yn .- 
H«Bdkea,8yn 



Baaham S dr 
O.Ontet 8 dx 



Clara, 6 yn. Bat 81b 
Hepolao, ftyn.0it8lb - 
Wilmont. 8 yra, 7st lOlb • 
Soowdrift. 8yr8,7at81b 
Paneey, 8 yn. 7M ftlb - 

First-rate, 8 yra, 7st lib • - Baaham 

Lndy Spcedv. 8 yra, Oat lOlb - C. Sharpe « 
Won by a length ; a good race for aecond between. 
Oabaldwick, Clara, and Panaey. 

Bnry J*urae of All. ; tor. 
Madame Wharton, S yre, 7*1 xlb (Incl. 

dib extra) ... G.Oatee 1 
Manchenter, S yn, 7rt - J. Evana 9 

Truelove.Syra.Oat lUb • - J. Oaborne S 

Coquette. 8 yn, Ott lltb • Baahnm 4 

Eoae Bradwardhie, 8 yre, Oat lllb Wintringham ft 
e to 4 on Madame Whanon. Won by a length, 
Manehealer beating Tmelove by a nock : Coquette 
a good fourth. 

Momchtiln- Ciip or IM. ; I mi. ftir. 
Haricot, by Man^ or Lnnercoet, 8 yn, 

5»t Sib (mcL ftlb extra) . J.Oabomo 1 

Clothworker,4yn. 7tt6lb(lne1. Bibex.) Hall t 
Abbeia of Jervtaux, 8 yn, ftat 81b E. Hatriaon S 
Johnof Berwick, 8 yn,«>t 81b • Hiett 4 

Alp, 4 yra. est - - Baaham 5 

4 to 4 on Clothworker, 8 to I agat Hancot, S to I 
agst any other. Won bv a length ; half a length 
between aecond and third. 

bmkceptrt' Purm of 88(. | 1 ml. and a dla. 
Gulliver, by Touchatone, 4 yra. 

SatiOlb - - Wintringham t I 

Wilmont. 8 yrt, 7it lOlb • Cooper S S 

Oabaldwick, 3 yra. 7et lOIb Wakefield, Jun. 8 8 
Archereae, 8 yra. 7at • - J. Kvana 4 « 

Boadicea. 8 yn, 7>t 8Ib - G. Oatee ft dr 

Pint heat won by a aeek t second by a head. 

MARLBOROUGH. 
TUESDAY, Sapl. lO.—Mamftere' Plato of SBL ; 
i mi, and a die, 
Boondlew, by Hetman PlaiolT, 4 yn, 
7a 181b > . . Thick 1 I 



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8l)ectnai!on (late Diadem), 4 jn^ 

Sst 41b - . -. Ban S S 

OM English Gentletnao, 4 yrs, 

Sst 81b 

Pint heat von by a length, and tlie second by two 
length t>. 

Ladiet* Plate oTSer. ; « ftir. 
The Handsome Doe» by reBison,8 yrs, 

tetlllb - - - Gilbert _ - 

Traitress. 4 yrs, 7it lib - Thick S dis 

White Hart.syis, Sst lUb (caxr. 

6st I8lbr ^ « Kodniey 8 dr 

First heat won by a loigth. and thesecood easily ; 
Traitress broke down. 

■ Savemale Forul Siake$ (Handicap) of l74L | 
1 mi. 4 fur. 
Bacchanalian, by Tipple Cider, 5 yrs. 

est isib ... Rodney 1 

Kathleen, 8 tib, 6st 8lb - G. Mann S 

Woodlark, 4yr«. 7st »lb - - Treen S 

Bo8ewood,8yrs,tat(carr. 5st8lb) - A lad 4 
De&ulter. 5yri,7«tl8lb - - Lowe 6 

S to4agst Kathleen, and S to 1 agst Bacchanalian. 
Won by two lengths. 

Swemtakm of 901. 1 C fkir. 
Tkrpsiohoxe, by Eptrus. S yrs. est itlb Ooater t 1 
Hazy, 2 yrb, est Ulb ■ - Poster t 8 

Miss Larkaway, S yrs, 8M illb - A. Day 8 

F. by Irish Birdcaicher— Wadastra, 2 yrs, 

«stlllb - . . Treen 

Gloom, fi yrs, <ist lllb - - Thiek O 

PreiUlection.Syrs, 7st - Rodney 

Britannia, S yrs, flat lilb • - G. Mann 

The tlrs« a dead beat ; the second won by a length. 

Pott Hmndieap of 8S/. ; 8 fur. 
Woodlark, by Venlaon, 4 yrs, 78t 71b - Treen 1 
MiKS Larkaway, 8 yrs, 78t • - Burn 2 

Docility, 4 yrs, Sst - - 'ihick 8 

White Hart, 8 yrs, Sst lOlb - . A lad 4 

"Won by a length; a neck between second and 
third. 

BROMLEY. 
TUESDAY, Sept. I0.—Touf PbtU of £6/.; 
. 1 mi. 4 fiir. 
Ssjn Hood, by St Martin, ft yrs, Art 

(carr. 9s| 4lb) ... Sait 1 1 
AVnontillado, 8 yrs, 7tt 81b (carr. 

7stli1b) - - Wakefield 8 dr 

BaeiUiarn,«yr<,8st4lb > B.Shaip 8 dr 

Won easy. 

Match of tSl.—Ferfunier received firom Croma. 

West Kmt St^et of 971. 1 I mi. 

Jes«!e, 4 yrs, 8<t7lb « Paget 8 1 1 

.M.trtln^ale, 6 yrs.gstUIb • Haokait 9 9% 

BUck Doe, d yrs,8st alb (carr. 

fist 71b) - - Manning 1 S 8 

New Forest Doe, 4 yrs, Sst 81b 

(carr. 8«t 8lb) - - Strange 

Wf>y«aot, 5 yrs, Sst lOlh • Sanders 

Eleanor, 3 yn, 7st lolb (carr. 

8st»lb) ... Barker dli 

Each heat won cleverly. 

HurdU ataktt of 14Z. ; 1 ml. 

Unlucky.one, aged - - Wicks S 1 I 

Little Queen, 6 yrs > - Witkiiu 10 

Acprn - - W. Butler dis 

Little Queen came in first for the last heat, but 
having thrown her rider, who did not save his dis> 
tanoe. In the second heat, the race was given to the 
Unlucky-one. 

Consolation Bandieap of OL ; 1 mt. 
Bntilion. by Ctesar, 8 yrs, Sst - " ' 
Wild Rose. ag.d, Sst (carr. Bst 71b) 
New Forest Doe, 4 yrs. Sst 41b (.earr. 

8st7lb) - 
Why>not, 5 yrs, Sst 71b - 
Gipsy Queen, aged, 7st 101b (car^ 

J4)Bt71b) ... 
Won cleverly. 

FOLKESTONE. 
TUESDAY, 8«pt. lO..Si0«0j>f«a*cs otHSUl I mi. 

and a dis. 
Dan Tucker, bj Benttey, 5 yrs, Mt 51b 



E. Sharp I 
- Tring 8 



Strange 
Sanders 



Wicks 5 



The Marchioness, 4 yrs, 8rt 01b • - « dr 

The General, «yn, Sst 81b - • 8 dr 

Bwttptt<dM$ of 16{. ; I ml. and a die. 

Little Envy, by Snap, 4 yn, 8st 41b • 4 11 

Protection, aged. Sst Sib • - 8 8 8 

Florence Don-.bey (h. b.), 6 yrs, Sst Stb • 8 4 8 
Water-rat, 4 yrs, Sst 4lb - - 18 

Hurdle Race of I.; I mi. and a dis. 
The General, by Irish BirdcntchA, 6 yrs, 

lOstlOlb . . - 11 

LitileEnvy,4vrs.8KtSlb • - 8 8 

The Priory Stag, aged. lOst 101b • 8 8 

The Sailor, yrs, lOst lOlb - - 4 dr 

LEICESTER. 
WEDNESDAY, Sq>t lU^Belvoir Stain of SOT.; 
twice ro. and a din. 
The Squire of Hkltoo, by Ibe Bard, 

aged, i2st . > Capt. Broadley 1 I 

Fama. 5 yrs, list Tib •> Frisby 8 8 

Cogia, 4 yrs, lOst Tib - - Sabln 8 dr 

Won easily. 

Two Tetr Old StakH oflOl. ; « fur. 

Ch. c. by Knight of the Whistle, 

SstTIb - - O. Simpson 1 

Br. c. by Lanenost— Miss Clifton, Sst 71b Uoiner 8 

Won by half a neck. 
Leieeaterthire Handieap of 1601. ; 8 mi. and a dis. 
FriesteHs, by The Doctor, 4 yr«, Sst 81b . Lye 1 
Cingari, 4 yrs, 6st lUlb . - Wells 8 

Vanguard, 4 yrs, Sst Sin . > Simpson 8 

Iron-rail, yrs, 7st Sib - t Dockerny 4 

« to 4 on Priestess. Won by half a length ; Van- 
guard and Iron-rAil beaten by two lengths. 

Sirmjpetakn of 4AI. ; onoe round and a dis. 

Cogia (h. b.), 4 yrs, Bst Sib - Denman I I 

Bedford, 8 yis,7tt 41b - - Welb 8 dr 

The Cull, A yra, Sst 91b • Simpson 8 dr 

Won by half a neck. 

THURSDAT^Hunisrs* Stakee of 891. ; once ro. 

and a dis. 

Lysimachus, by Epirus. 4 yrs, 

lOstTlb - I - E.Tomlin 1 I 

Reindeer (late Unknown), 4 yrs, 

10st7lb - - T.Tomlln 8 8 

Donna Anna, aged, list 181b - Thicker 

Blue Bell, aged, list 12lb - Chamberlain 

The Cull» ft yrs, list 4lb (bolted) S.Rogers Odis 

Both heats won easy. 

Qtuen*a Plate of 105/. ; thrice round. 

Priestess, 4 yrs, Sst lib - - T. Lye I 

Little Jack, 8 yrs, fst lilb - Flatman 8 

The Gent, 8 yrs, 7>t 1 lib - Dockeray 8 

Won by half a length. 

Ctip Stakee of 80f . ; twice ro. and a dis. 

Priestess, 4 yrs. Sst 81b - Lye walked over 

Sellimg SmeepetakM of M, : once ro. and a dis. 

Sarah, by Gladiator, 4 yrs, 7st 91b W.Sharpe I 1 

Cogia, 4 yrs, Sst 61b - - Denman • 8 

Perseverance, 6 yrs, Sst 81b - Lye 8 dr 

Both heato won eaey. 

LYNN. 
WEDNESDAY, Sept. n.—tVest Norfolk Stake* of 

721. 10*. 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Pnlcherrima (h. b.), by Venison, 4 yrs, 

8st4lb ... Rogers I 1 

The Baronet (h. b.). aged, 9«t 6lb Kitton 8 8 
Lancashire Witch. S.yrs. Sst 181b Mr Elliott 8 8 
Each heat won by two lengths. 
Hunter*' Slakee otaSL; I mi. 4 fur. 
Rosa, by Defender (h. b.). l2Bt Kitton 1 I 

Latitat, 18at - - - Green 8 dis 

Weaver, Mst 7lb ' - - Chcsney 8 dis 

Small hopes, list 71b • > Carter 4 dis 

First heat wdn 1^ a length ; second heat von by 
I Smalihopes, who was disqualified for not carrying 
extra weight for winning. 

CoronaMon Staket of 841. ; I mile 4 tar. 
B. c. by Dromedary, d. by Mulatto. 

8 VIS, Sst ... Thtirsood 1 1 

Ambaseadrais. 4 yrs, Sst lOlb • Kitton 7 8 

Mr Swan » 8 

Barnard 8 4 



Kgallttf, 8 yn. 
1 Mountain Dew, 8 yrs, list 



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AmoM 

Urean 

MrBurgen 



Borough 8toke$ of 70L ; < miles, 
k (h. b.J, by Don John, b yrs, 



Agnn, eyrs, lOstTlb ^ 

Pint beat wen by throe lengtbe ; the Mcond by 
one length. 

Bi 

Mn Taft 

•rtMb - ' - " '« Rotrerii _ 

Pulch«rrimat4yrB, Srtlllb - Wyer i 

h. c. by Dromedary, d. by Mulatto, 8 jr«, 

7itlSIb - - - Thurgood 8 

Won by a length. 

IanJle«e{Mr<' Piatt of 14i. ; 1 mi. 4 for. 

Roea. H}{ed, lUt • - Kitton 1 1 

iiraan-hopee, lUt . . Mr Boyd H 2 

Rattleratike, ajted, lUt Mr P. Reynolds V dr 

The Duchcaa. A yrt, lUt • Elliot 4 dr 

MJM Chance, 5 yrs, list - • Green A Ur 
Firiit heat won by a length ; the lecond by two 
lengths. 

LIVERPOOL HUNT. 
WEDNESDAY, Stpt. II — Hoylakt Cup, with 

m. : t ml. and a dU., over burdleb 
Viihant,ag«d, ISitSlb • Mr tiaman 1 

lk>reae,Uaclilb . . . ) 

Won in a canter, 
fihorto Handkap of 40/.. with a piece of Plate; 4 

furlongs. 
Steppbigatooe, by Cotherstoac.Syrs. 

lOst 01b. - - -Mr Jones l 

rizarro. aged, l«st 4lb • . 8 

Daddv Longlegs (late Kunnch), 8 yrs, 8st iOlb a 

Primrose, S yrs, Ifist 4lb . . o 

Tol-Iol-de-rol (iMa Standard Bearer), 3 yr^i, lOet u 

F. by Touchstone, d. by Partiun. 4 yrs, list 4lb 

Won by two lengths, 

DmStakMi Imi.f Air. 

La Voleuse, by Magpie, 4 yrs, tM 7lb Mr Oaman I 

Anchorette, 4 yrs. tot 71b • . « 

Won in a canter. 

TmUyho WeUer Ptat«, with 191. j S miles. 

Valiabt, by Vigo, aged, IXst lltb Mr Qaman 1 

Primre»e, 5 yrs, lifst lllb 

Uedstrenk, aged, ISst 4lb . 

darendon, aged, ISst lllb 

Won by half a length. 

rUitoTi' Plate, 1 mi. 4 ftir. 
Steppiog-stone, it yrs, lOst Alb - Mr Jones 
Kele»tiea, 6 yrs, ISst iSlb ... 
Si>tcr to Paine, f)st 1 lib ... 
Hieover, 8 yrs (bolted) - . dts 

Won by half a neck. 

THURSDAY. — Bivktmhaad HurdU Handicap of 

411.; twice ro. and a dis. 
RedMTsak, by Tippie Cyder, ugcd, 

net Sib . . . Mr Davenport I 

Valiant, a^ed, list tlb . . . o 

Valiant came in first, but having lost saddle- 
cloth and Heights, was diaqualitied. 

Liverpool Hunt Uandieap of «6/. ; twice round. 

Valiant, aged, list > . Mr Gumaa I 

Stepping-stone, 8 yrs, lOst Sib - . < 

K^eshea, yrs, list > . . o 

Trimrose, A yrs, ISst . . . o 

Auchorette, 4yTS, 9st9lb . . o 
Won by a length. 

Ltaaowe ^Uing Staku of I6<. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 

Ancfaorette, 4yri, lOstJlb > . . | 

ToMol-de-rol, 8 yrs, lOst 7lb . - x 

Valiant, aged, list 71b - . . q 

Raillery, 6 yrs, lOst 7Vb - . - 

Won by a liead. 

BMcoaStoAuofSS/. ; 1ml. 

Strpping-stone, 8 yrs. lOst Alb * Mr Jones 1 

DHildy Longlegs (lata Eunuoh). 8* yrs, lost 41b I 

vion by two lengths. 

Jiuniert* Plat*, with 1 U. ; twice ro. and a dis. 

Garendon, by Sir Hercules, aged, iSst M r Watson 1 

Mio'over, aged, ISst. . . . t 

Won by a length. j 



» T0TNE8 AND BRIDGETOWN. 

WEDNESDAY, 8tpt. \l.-Boromgh Member^ Fia^ 

ofAoL; 8 mi. 
Selina, by Longsight, 4 yn, 

Sstlllb - . W.Carlile « I 1 

Ch. f. by Jack-in.tbt-Greea->Vislon, 4 yrs, 

8st ylb - - . . 1 S dr 

Mi TooU. 4 yrs, 8st 7ib. . • 4 8 dr 

Veteran, A yrs, But 4lb > • S dr 

Partial EelipM, 8 yrs, 7it lib . . 8 dr 

" " llfb 



Hebe, 4 yrs, 8st lUb • . A dr 

LadiM* Plata of lU. ; twice ro. 
Selina, 4 yrs - - W. CarUle 1 I 

Veteran, ft yrt . . . % t 

Amber, aired • • . - 8 dr 

Tag-rag, « yrs - - . 4 dr 

Ch. f. by The Oeneral (h. b.), 4 yrs -ft d* 

THURSDAY. — 3\w» PlaU (Handicap) of 891.; 

Smi. 
Fusilier, by Lanereost, A yts, 

SsilOlb- - - W. Carlisle 4 11 

Ch. f. by Jack-in*tbe-Gr«en— Vision, 

4 ym, est - - -.134 

Mr TooU, 4yrs, 8<t8lb > . 8 8 8 

Hebe, 4 yrt»7M filb - . -848 

CommiU** PtaU of lU. ; 1 mi. 

Veteran, 8st Itib - . . . I I 

Ch. f. by The'Oeneral, Set . . as 

Amber, aged, Sst ISlb - • -88 

DOVER. 
THURSDAY, Sept. iJL— /'(wa Plate of 4«.; 1 mi. 

and n dis. 
Marchioness, by Loundcr, 4 yrs, 

■«tlOIb - - . Eatwell I 8 I 

My Mary, aged, 8st IOlb W. Planner 8 I 8 

Old Fox, 4 yrs, 8st 8lb C. Boratby, jun. 
The Highwaymen, aged. »st Sib Bailer 
Dan Tucker, A yrs. Out 81b T. Simmons 
Three good heats. 
Hurdle Race of 141 ; 1 mi. and a dis. 
The General, by Irish Birdcutcher, 6 yrs, 

list .... Land 1 I 

Lady Fordwioh, ag«d, list - Eatwell 8 8 

Beiirord,4yrs, list . Mr Barling 8 8 

Won by a neek. 

FRIDAY.— nHtori* P/al« or45l: 1 mi. and a dia. 
Grist, by Don John, A yn, 8st 61b, 

W. Planner 1 8 I 
The Old Pox, 8st 81b C. Homsby, jnn. 6-18 
Dan Tucker. A yrs, Ost 8lb T. Simmondi* A 8 dr 
Diana. 8 yrs, 6ft lirb - - A lad 8 4 dr 

Marchioness, 4 yrs, »st Alb (incl. 

7lb ex.) . . Eatwell 4 A dr 

Nightcap, 8 yrs, «st 111b - A lad 8 dr 

IVa4ctnifl*'« Ka<« of 88L ; 1 ml. nod a dis. 
Dan Tucker, by Beniley, A yrs, 9*t Alb 

SImmnnds 8 11 
Sailor. yrs, tot 8lb • O. Harrison 18 4 

The Highwayman, aged, I)st8lb Bniley A 8 8 
Little iJavy, 4 yrs, i«st 61b • Heat en 4 4 8 

Tlie Old Pox, 4 yrs, 8st 81b C. Homsby, jun. 8 dr 

Hurdle Stake of I4l. ; 1 mi. and a dis. 
The General, by Irish Birdcateher, 6 yrs* 



4 4 dr 
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Lady Pordwich. a!<ed, list • F^iwell 

Bedlord,4 yrs, list • Mr B. Bailing 

Free Handicap Plate of 102. was won by Nightcap, 
Ost lllb, beating Diana, «>t lllb, Highwayman, Bst 
(carr. Sst £lb), Sailor. »at Olb. and Little liavy. 
aitdlb. ' 

ABINGDON. 
THURSDAY, Sept. l^—Ahinsdon Stakee or40(.; 

once ro. 
Beebee Bunnoo, by Velocipede, 4 yrs, 

astAlb - . . Wakefield I 1 

VesU. aged. 8>t lalb - - Yatce t ^ 

The first beat won by a neck, and the seoond by 
fiiur lengths. 

Berkektrt Stakee of 50t. } 2 ml. 
Quiver, by Velocipede. 4 yn, est Treen, tun. 1 
Justice, A yrs, 7»t 81b - E. Sharp S 

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Old BMtin Smnt »alu$ of 34. ; 1 mi. 
Inuireaaiun, by 8t. Francis, 8 yrs, 

AtlMb ... lliick 1 1 
Bro. to Eldon, 4 yrs. Sat &lb - Wake6eld 2 
Batwing, 8 jrra, 7it 4lb • - U. Evsna U » 

The Wrea, S yr*, 6st l8lb W. Trecn, jun. * dr 

Pint heat «oa by three parts of a ienglh; aecond 
bjr ft length. 

PRIDAY.'r0i«it PlaU of 54L ; 6 for. 
Imprecitioa, by St. FraocUt 8 yia, 

Jut lOlb - - - Thick 1 1 

Cb. I*, by TlTutle-whipuer— Louisa, S yrs, 

5st 101b - • • Glasebrook 1 2 2 

Lnbndry maid, ajred, Bat 13lb U. Redinun 8 
KoTh, 4 yn, 8«t &lb - • Yates S dr 

Uatttm-scarum. a 7rB,7at lOlb T. Witliama 8 dr 
iMbelta, iSyrs.tet fib A. Favis 8 dr 

■Hch beat voa clererly. Toe winner claimed for 
80 SOT. 

Sne»pitake$ of lOOl., for 8 yr olds : 6 fur. 
Kremeo, by Kremlin, 8at7lb Wakefield 1 

Brifcattnin. 8st 7)b ^incl. 41b extra) Y»tes S 

lravun(iua,Mai 71b . > W. Abdttlc 

Ue*rt-of-oak, 8tt7lb - H. Cricktnere 

Won by « head ; Heart of Oak beaien two lengths. 
MHreham Park SlakcM of Ml. ; once ro. and a dia. 
Zadoc. bjr Bay Middletoa, 8 yr*, 

7«tl8lb - - - Treen.jun. I 1 

Rovndteas, 4 yra. 8at ISib • - 1 hick 8 dr 

Quiver, 4 yra, Oat 4lb . • Suit dr 

VeaU, aged, lOst lib - • Drewe U dr 

Won caaily. 

WALSALL. 
MONDAY, Seat. 16. — Match, «i. ; lOst e .ch •, 
one* round. Ferret, by Ratcatcher, 4 yrs (,Cieo> 
bury), beat Emily, 4 yia, in a cauter. 

tnnktrpera^ Stakes of i»l. ; twice ro. anJ a dis. 
Bedrid, by bro. to Uiddlesworth, 8 yra, 

eat iSib ... Roden 1 1 

Uardwick, 8 yra. Oat 91b • Evana 8 dr 

Won eaiiy. 

fStfnbtrs* PlaU of 8W. ; once ro. nnd a dia. 

Bibaldrv, by Heron, 3 vra, 8«t 6lb Whitehouae 1 1 

Cbarlatan, 4 yra. Sat 4ib (carried 

8at IS.b) ... Briacoe 8 8 

Won by a length. 
H«rA« SmepstakeM of Oil. ; omce ro. and a dia. 
The Streamer, by Jack Tar ^h. b.),5 ym, 

lOat 81b • . C. Boyce a S 1 1 

New Btighton, aged, lOat lOlb Hirch 8 18 8 
Little Envy, 4 yra. Oat l81b Brrtt 5 8 8 dr 

Verax. aged. ilat4lb • Mr Cocke 1 dr 

Gipsy Laaa. « yra, lOat Sib I'oole 4 dr 

The first heat won In a ranter, the i-ocond by half 
a neck, the third cleverly, and the fuurih by half a 
aeck. 
TOBSDAT.-IF«iter Stoker of 381. ; once ro. and 

a Au. 
Tbe*StNameT,5yra,108t 181b C. Boyce 14 1 
Lvme, « yra. list I81b . . 8 1 8 

Lily- Dawaon, a yra, 8at 9lb - Lord 10 8 8 
Charlatan, 4 yia. n at 181h C. Bii»coe 8 8 dr 
Plrat heat won by a head : aecond by a aeck ; 
third by half a length ; fourth eaaiiy. 
South SUfffbrdthit* RaUtvay Stakes of S8(. ; twice 

ro. and a d.a. 
Coleoyaitbaa, by Cardinal Puff. 5 rra. Oat 51b 

Chesswas walked over 

Obffsofafioii Stakee of 2ft{. : once r >. and a dis. 

FliTt,br6l«diator,4VTS. Sat 51b W.Arthur 8 t I 

Hardwick, 8 yra, 7«t 13lb Kodcn 18 8 

Won in a canter. 

Bnndieap SteUtea of 8U. ; onoe ro. and a dia. 

Majr Dav, by bro. to Riddleswortb, 

4Tra.7»t«lb . - Boden t 1 

The Streamer, 5 yra. Sat - C. Bovce 8 dr 

Colocyathtta, A yra. Oat . Cbeaawaa 8 dr 

Woa cleverly. 

TUESDAY, SepL If^Corpo^atim PtaU of 45(. ; 

1 mi. 4 tor. 
Area, 8 yra, Oat - • • - 1 1 



Gamecock, 4 vra, 10»t . • S 8 

Punch {i\. h.), A vrir, Ost lllb - - 

The 1'rull. Hged. lOat 8lb . . 

the General. 4 yra, lOKt 8lh . > i)r 

The Pride of Bdea, aged, list 4lh • V dr 

Won easily. 
A Cup, 8 miles, won by Trnb>tmb (h, b.), mgi-tU 
beating Lizzie (lite Creepin;; .lane) (h. b.), ngtd. 
Hat 4lb, and Tom Spring, aged, lUt4ib. 
Sneepttakes of 30/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Brown Be»»,4yra, lOst nib • 8 11 

Gamerock, 4vra, lltt71b - • I 8 8 

The General, 4 yra. Hat - - 8 dr 

Aim-well. 4 yrs. lOatlUb - . dr 

Punch, 5 yra. Hat 81b • - dr 

The Pride of Eden, aged. Hat 1 lib • dr 

The firat heat waa won by a neck, the accoud by 
a length, and the third easily. 

The Hack Stakes, 1 ml. 4 for., were won in three 
bents by Lizzie, lOst lllb. beating Cripple, lOst 6tb, 
and Tom Spring, lOat lllb. 

THURSDAY.— Tmby Slakes t 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Area, « yra, Sat 7lb - - walkwl over 

SeUin/f Siakes of 85/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
TbePrideol F.den. Hged, list M> - 18 1 

Lady Chivrlottc, aged, list 81b . .818 

Brown Beaa, 4 vra. Oat ISlb . - 8 8 8 

Punch, 5 yrs, lOat lOlb - • 4 dr 

First beat won by a length, the aecond by a neck, 
and the third by half a length. 

Hurdle Hi^dieap of 86/. ; 1 ml. 4 fur. 

Black Beaa. aged. Hat iSlb - • 1 I 

Trab trab (h.b.), aged, list 81b - 8 8 

Lizzie. lOat 7lb - • • - 8 dr 

Won eaay. 

Hnndieap ; twice round and a dia. 

Alm-well, lOatTlb - - - i 

Gamecock. iut7lb - • 8 

Eight started. Won by a ueck. 

WESTBURY AND BRAXTON. 
TUESDAY, Sept. 17.— »F«al*ury Stakes of 24/. ; 
twice ro. and a dis. 
Elopement, by Harkaway, & yra, 

8at8lb . • Mr.T. Carlile 1 t 

Selina, 4 yra, 8st 8lb - - - 4 s 

Fugitive, aged, 8Bt 7lb - « 8 8 

Nightcap, 8 yrs. Bat lllb • - - 8 4 

Moich, 10/. h. ft. ; 7Bt 12lb each ; two mile^. 
Faith, by Defence, aged walked over 

Hunieri' Stakee of 84L ; twice ro. and a dia. 
Sir Benjamin, 4 yr«, lOst Olb . - « I 1 

Axa (h. b.), 4 yra. Sat I8ib - - 8 8 dr 

Proapect, aged. Oat lllb - - 1 dia 

Bo-peep, aged, lOat 41b - - 4 dr 

DONCASTER. 
TUESDAY, Sept. 17. —Pifwiliiam Handicap of 

00/. ; 1 mile. 
Vangaard, by Touchstone, 4 yra, 

7at lllb ... F'atnnnn 1 

Gladiole, 8 yra. Oat 8ib - 0*bome 8 

Pilgrim, 8 yra, 6at (curried Oat 8lb) Charlton 8 
Joe o* Sot, 6 yra, 7al7lb - Banhnm 4 

Truth, a yra, Sat 81b - - Wella 5 

5 to & agat Gladiole (tk), 5 to 8 agat Pilgrim, and 
3 to I ag»t Vanifuard. Won by two lengtba ; PiU 
grim a bad third. 1 min. 48 kec. 

Sueepitakes of 400(.. for 4 yr olda ; Cup Course. 
Vatican, by Venison, 8st 71b - Temi'leman 1 
Don.luan,8!»t7lb - • K. Ruilor 8 

8 to 1 on Vatican. Won bv twenty lengtba. 5 min. 
17 aec. • 

Champagne Slakes of 950{. ; for 8 yr. oUU. Red 

House in. 
.\phrodit^. by B. Middletun, 8st 5lb J. Marran 1 
Confidence, Sst 51b - - A. l")>y 8 

Hippotvtna. 8st7lb - - Marlow 8 

Bo. r., by Lanetcoei or Retriever— Phy- 

aalia, 8Kt5lb • < Flnlmun O 

Trlckstresa, 8st 51h . • Holme« 

Entre-noua, 8at7lb . > Bartholomew 

Storm, «^'t 71b ... F. IMiiIer 
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• *^J ■«!* ***'"• • to I agrt AphntdiW. 6 to I I B. f. bf Vcnimi-Tam WTadUo** don, 
•«*tHip|mlvttts,Midetol«grtCinfldMice. Won tyre. Oat lUb - - Otborne 8 

by two rcngth*. ConAdence bMdng Hippoljrtus by • I NieotUna, S jrn, 6tt HIb - Charlton 4 

length. Tilokatrtn wat a bad fourth. Siorm did ,La Piancda, 8 jrrm 8at lltb - Templeman 5 

not get off. I mia. 11 mo. d to 4 on Harriott, aad 10 to,« agn Rhodycina. 

SMinmStakuotTfU.; 8t. T^^r Qoun*. P^o" by three lengths; Venison lilly beaten off. 

Snowdrift, by The Doctor. 8 jn, M ISlb Oahoma 1 1 1 mm. I* mm. 
Gardenia. Syrs, Ant Mb - Aldcroii I o«««.»# rw-.nf irtu; . r«« n« 

tween second and third. 4 min. 48 see. 

THURSDAY—HaiuUcap SMtt of 105L. for 8 yr 

olds; Red House in. 

Pivouatte. by Ithuriel, 8st 181b • Charlton I 

Bro. to Elieidale. by I«n«rcost. 7at 41b T. Lyn 8 

Jack Leeming. 7st 71b . W. Sharpe 8 

Thorough-good Sam, 8st lOlb - Crouch 4 

The Leading-article, 7Bt 81b • Platman 

B. f. by Lanarcoat— Golden-drop, 

7»t 4ib . - - Wrakaaeld.Jttn 

Ho. f. by Lanaroostor RetriOTer— 

- Ii«,7st4lb - - G.Brown 



Great YorkBhin Handicap of 1040/. ; St. Leger Co. 
Mark Tapley. by The Hydra. 8 yrs, 5st 91b 

(incl. »lb. extra) - - Arnold 1 

Haricot. 8 yra. flst 5Ib (incl. Mb. ext) E. Hurriiion S 
Priestess. 4 yrs, 7st 4lb • . Lye 8 

Hippopotamus (Ute John CosMr), yrs, 

7it«b - - Child 

Vanguard, 4 yrs, 7st 81b • • G. Gates 

Strongbow, 4 yrs, 8st ISlb • O. Btown « 

Jenny Lind. 4 yrs, Ost 4lb - . Baaham 

Juggler, 4 yrs, «st Sib - - Charlton 

Ada Mary. 4 m. «st - . Osborne o 

Lady I-am-off, A yrs. flit (carried flst 3lb) Irvine 
Mininanm, 4 yrs. Set 4Ib ^cami-d Sbt 71b) Hieit 
The CasUe, 8 yrs. 4st 111b - -Wells 

Clothworker, 4 yrs, «st 8lb (incl. ftlb 

extra) - - W. Sharpe 

7 to 4 agst Mailc Taplev (tk), 4 to 1 a;>Bt Mini- 
mum, « to 1 agst Ttae Casile, 10 lo 1 each agst 
Priestess and Strongbow, IS to 1 agst Cietln 
and l« to 1 agst The Juggler. Won by a 

A length between iccoad and third ; Clothvo 

good fourth. The Castle, Ada Mary, and Juggler 
well up. 8 min. 18 see. 

Bw«tp$taket of 800/. ; I mile. 
Sister to Sweetmeat, by Gladiator walked over 

WEDNESDAY.— Soniroifcr Plat* CHandlcap) of 
ITOf.. for Syr olds: Red House in. 
Eliia Middleton, by Bay Middletoa, 

8yrs,7st4lb - - W. Sharpe 1 

Slang, 8 yrs, 78t - - G. Browne S 

Joc'C^-Sot, 8 yn. Sit Tib • F. Butler 8 

The Cocktail (b. b), 4 yrs, 7* ISlb - Lye o 

Gladiole, 8yr8,7st Bib - - Crouch 

yorkyou*re-wi»ntcd,8 vrs. 7st4lb Wakefield, jun 
The Recluse, 8 yrs, Ost 1 01b - CbarUon 

S to I agst The Cocktail, 5 to S ngst Slung. 8 to 1 
agst Eliza Middleton. and 4 to 1 each aest Joc-o'-.Sot 
and The Real use. Won by two lengtns ; the same 
between second and third. 1 min. lO hcc. 

Munieipat Staku of 700/ . for £ y r olds ; Red 

House in. 

The Ban, by Don John, Bit ylb - Flatman 1 

Croupier, by Touchstone, 8st 7ib F. Butler 1 

Constallatioa, by Lanercost. 8»t 7lb Templeman 8 

8 to A agst Croupier, and 7 to 4 each agst The Ban 
and Constellation. Won by a head ; the sama 

i and third. 1 min. 14 sec. 



St. UgtStttkn of 81S5/.. for 8 yi olds; St. Leger Co. 
Voltigeur, by Voltaire. 8«t 71b J^Marson ^ * 



RuMborough, 8st 7Ib 
Bolingbtoke. 8st 7>b 
Windisehgratz, 8«>t 7lh 
The Bee-hunter, ast 7U> 
PiUford. est 7^b 
The Italian, ast 71b 
Chatterbox, 8st 7lb 



- J. Robinson t t 

W. Bovca 8 

P.Butler 

- Flatman 

A. Day • 

Templeman 

Foley a 

18 to 8 on Voltigeur, 5 to S ant Pitsfoid, IS to 1 
agut W'mdischgretz. 18 to 1 osst Baa-huatar, SO to 1 
each agst Russborougb and Chatterbox. S» to 1 agst 
BalinKbroke, and 40 to 1 agst The Italian. A dead 
heat between Veitigeur and Runsborough ; Boling. 
broke beaten three lengths, beating Italian by a 
neck; Bee-hunter fifth, Pitslbrd sixth. Windiseh- 
gratz seypnth, and Chatterbox last. Mildew was 
we<^hed for by Marlow, and mounted, but did not 
go to the posL 8 mhi. 21 sec. Deciding heat : 6 to 4 
on Voltigeur ; won by a length. 8 mm. St sec. 
Sweepttaktt of 1091., for 2 yr olds ; Red House in. 
Harnolt, by Gladiator, 8 yrs, Sst lllb Whiiehousa I 
Kheilycios, 8 y*s, Bit lllb - F. Butler % 



Lo. f. by I 
Physalis, 
b. r. bv F 



Ch. r; by Pantaloon-^^amp-follower, 
7i*4lb - r .* Barker - 

A to S agst Bro. to Ellerdale, 5 to S agot Pirouette. 

4 to 1 agst Jack Leeming, and 5 to 1 ag^t The 
leading-article. Won by half a length ; a length 
between the second and third ; Thorough -good Sam 
a bad fourth. 1 min. IS sec 

Haniieap of 701., for 8 yr olds ; 1 mi S fur. 

Oladiola, bv Gladiator, Sst Sib - Flatman 1 

Cantab, by The Doctor, Sst 71b • Hauxwell S 

5 to 4 on tiladiola. Won by a length. S mm. 19 »ec. 

Cisvafamd Hamduap of 1081. ; Cup Co. 
Woolwich, by Chatham, 4 yrs, Sst ylb Hiett i 

Acbyranthes, 8 yrs, Ost 61b • Osborne S 

Sacrifice, 8 yra, 6st lib - - Charlton 8 

7 to 4 on Woolwich. Won by a length. Sacrifice 
beaiea off. 4 min. 87 sec. 

Swtepitakm of 4801., for S yr olds ; T.Y.C. 
Sttfrm, by Touchstone, Sst 7lb - P. Bntler 1 
Azeth. Sst 7lb . . J. Marsoa 8 

Cnseus, Sst 71b - - - Marlow 8 

Sir Rowland Tlenchard,8«t7Ib Flatman 4 

Vivandiere, 8st 4lb - . • Holmes 5 

Cbataworth, 8st7lb - • Whitehouse « 

8 to 4 on Storm. A to t agst Cnieus, and 7 to I each 
agst Sir K. Trench ird and Azetb. Won by half • 
length, Azeth beating Cnseus by a head; Sir R. 
Treoehard a good fouflh, and ViTandlera well up. 
1 min. 41 sac. 

ImL 

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Searhoramgh Stakn of aoL ; 
Voltigear.8st8lb 

FRIDAY.— HaM/teop Plate of 7M. t 1 mi. Sfur. 
8trongbow,by Touchstone. 4 yrs, Sst 81b Platman 1 
Clothworker, 4 yrs, Sst Sib - J. Marson 8 

LangtoD, 4 yrs, Sst 4lb • - Cartwright 3 

Vanguard, 4 yrs. 8st 7Ib - Simpson 

Badnlphus, agwl, 7st ISlb - - Hawzwell 

Joe Sutherland. 4 y*s, 7tt lOlb - Lye 9 

Jenny Und, 4 yrs, 7st 81b - O- Oatea 

Flcvr de Seine, A yra, 7kt 2lb - W. Sharpe 

Ada Mary, 4 yra, 7*t - - Ostiorne 

SM>wdrift,8yrs,6atl81b - - Charlton 

10 to 8 agst Strongbow, 8 to 1 anjst Clothworker, 
4 to 1 agst Ada Mary. A to 1 agst Vanguard. 6 tu 1 
agst Joe Sutherland. Won bv a iengUi ; the same 
between sreond and third ; Fleur de Seine beaten a 
bead from Vanguard, Radulphus next, close up. 
Ada Mary sixth. .S min. lA sec. 

Eaiimtam Stakei of A40/., for 2 yr olds; T.Y.C. 
The Black Doctor, by The Doctor. S yrs, 

Ost alb ... Oikbome 1 

The Bee-hunter, 8 vrs, Sst ISib - Flatman 8 

Naacv, 8 yrs. Ost 7lb . . - Wells 3 

Neasbam, S yrs, 8st lOlb - - Arnold 

PanneBt, S yrs, 8st 71b • Charlton 

Mildew, 3 yrs, 8st ISlb - • F. Butler 

Pitsford, Srra.OstSlb • . A. Day 



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TbeCndcr.Syn.ert lOlb • • Basham d 

Itfark Tapley, S jtb, 8it iSlb • Cartwright 

6 to 5 on Payment, 6 to 1 each agkt The Bee- 
bumer and The Black Doctor, 10 to 1 each acat 
Mark Taplej and Nancv. and 100 to 18 ag»t I'be 
Cutler. Woo by a neck ; a bead between eecond 
and third: Payment, Piiiford, andJtfaldon abreast, 
two lenvtht irom the winnar, Neaaham a length 
behind them, and Cutler laat. 1 vain. 40 tec. 

Bark fittf Stakes of 4S0I..ibr8 yr old fillies ; 

StLegezCo. 

Tiff, by Slane, Sat 71b • Templeman 1 

Marchlonend'Eu, SetTlb - A.Day 8 

Bnghtonia, 8Bt 71b - - F. Builer 3 

5 to 4 on MarrhioneM d'£u, 8 to 1 agit Tiff, 
and 9 to 8 agst Brigb tenia. Won by a length; 
Brightonia bvaien ofiT 8 mio. 87wc. 

I>cmciMler Cap, Talne aoM. ; Cup Co. 
Voltlgeui, »jrr«, 7at 71b (incL 7lb ex.) Flatman 1 
The Flying I^utchman, 4 yr«, 8Bt 18lb 
(incl. 7lb ex.) - - Marlow 8 

4 to 1 on F. Dutchman. Wen by half a length. 
4min. Mb«c. 

Don StakM of SOOt. ; 1 mi. 
BoVmghroke, by Johno'Gaunt, 8«t71b W.Boyce I 
Harriott, 8»t 41b - - G. Whitehou»e 8 

Mildew, 8at 4lb - - Flatman S 

6 to 4 on Bolingbroke. Wen by two lengtha ; 
Mildew beaten off. 1 min. 48 sec. 

A'wMry PlaU of lOOf. ; for 8 yr olds ; 1 ml. 
Entre-nuus, by £milius or Touchstone, 

«»t - - - Cartwright 1 

Louie, 7st 4lb « - « Charlton 8 

Nancy, 8st 31b - - F. Hanton 8 

Sir Rowland Trencbard,8st Bib • Flatman 4 
Truib, 8»t 81b - • Wbttdiouae 

Brother to Ellerdale. 7«t 81b - Lye 

B. f by Venison— Tarn Wadlin's dam, 

7staib . - - 0^borne 

Cb. f. by Pantaloon— Campfollower, 7«t Barker 

5 to 4 Rgst Louie, 4 to 1 aatt Nancy. 4 to 1 agst 
Sir Roland Trencbard, and 9 to 8 agst Brother to 
Ellerdale. Won by a neck : Nancy und Sir Roland 
well up. Brother to Ellerdale filth. I min. 48 sec. 

StrteMiaka of iOOl. ; St Leger Co. 
Garforth, by Yaxley 

BRECONSHIRE. 

WEDNESDAY, Sept. IB.— Bneonahin 8tahe$ 

of 89l. ; 8 mi* 

Hair-and-b«2r, aged, 9st 7lb - - 1 

Truaudiii»r,4yn,8st8lb . . 8 

Ua«ter Dowoeit, aged, 8«t 181b • - 8 

Won by a bead. 

Borough Staket of 81/. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Pilot, by Bran, 8 yrs. 7st Mb - -11 

PlainUff, 5 yr». ftit alb - - 4 8 

fiwenn?, » vrs, 86t 181b - - -88 

Nancy l>MWwa, 8 y», 7st 71b - - 8 dr 

Won by a neck. 

County Stake$ of <tf., with a Cup and Parse ; 1 mL 
Gwtainy.by Ulick.5yri.,9st3lb - - I i 

Rreach-of-promise, yrs, Oct 8lb • 8 dr 

The Ludy Pendarran, 4 yrs, Sat 71b -8 die 

THURSDAY.— XadMJ* Plate ; 1 ml. 4 Aur. 

Plaintiff, by Defence. 5 yrs. Bst 71b • 8 8.11 

Naney Dawson,.8 y«», flat liib • 4 18 8 

Pilot. 8 yrs, 6Bt 1 lib - - 1 8 8-dr 

Truandaise, 4 >re, 7*t 81b • 8 dr 

Last heat won by half a neck. 

U$k 8t(dni of 88/. ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 

Truandaiae. by Stockport, 4 yrs, 8st4lb - 1 + 1 

Gwennf. 5yri, 88t7lb - - 8 + 8 

Master Downes, aged, lOst «)b - 8 8 dr 

Won by a head ; the second a dead heat. 

BreeonMre HutU Cup Stakes of 13/. ; 1 mi. 4 tut. 
Chance, aged, list - - - 1 

The Soldier's Daughter, aged, lOst 101b - » 

The Castlo Belle, aged, lOst 81b 
The Lady F«nydaren, 4 yrs, list .. 



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SHERBORNE. " 

MONDAY, Sept. 28.— 1»« Sherborne Stakes were 
won, in two beaU, by Holloa, by Erymu* (Beu- 
skin), beating The Countesa (h.b.), and Veterati 
by htjf a head. 

The Yetmanry Purse of 80/. was won, in two heats, 
by Brare Buck (Mr Hill), beating Rob Roy, The 
Moining Star, and Single-peeper. 

TUESDAY The Hunierf Stakes were won, in 

three beat* by Tamwortb (Burroughs), beating 
I'lUwin if-I*can and Lady Day. 

Handicap for the beaten horses was won easily, in 
two beau, by Veteran (Burroughs), beating Queen 
Of the Forest and Countess (h. b.) 

BASINGSTOKE. 
MONDAY, Sept. ya.— Ladies* I'urteot 18/.; 1 mi. 

8 fur. 
The Handsome Doe, by The Ugly Buck, 

8 yrs, est - - -Gilbert 1 1 

Incendiary. 5 yr«.8st 01b - Parsons 8 8 

Elopement, 5 yrs, est 91b - Donaldson 8 dr 

Both heats won easy. 
Basingtioke Sneepttake* (Handicap) of 118/.; 8 mi. 
Landseer, by Muley Moloch, 4 yn>. 

7st8lb- - - - Williams 1 

Zadoc, 8 yrs, 7»t Wb - - - Treen 8 

Woodsprlte. Syrs, OstlOlb- - Gilbert 8 

Made-sale, 8 yrs, 7st alb - • liiett 4 

Won by three lengths. 

SieuHtrds' Stakes of 8S/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 

Blister, by Clarion, 8 yrs. Ost 181b - Hiett 1 1 

Impr«salon,8yrs,6Btl0lb • Lowe 8 8 

Stockbridge Buck,8yT8,eHt6lb - Kleeler 8 8 

Fanny Hill (!**• Archery), » yrs, 

8st8lb ... Gilbert 4 dr 

Both heats won easy. 

TUES DAY.— IiviAMperfl* ptate of 18/. ; 1 mi. 8 fbr. 
1 he Handsome Doe, 8 yrs, Ost 4lb Gilbert 1 I 
Pranceaca. 4 yrs, 7st 41b - Kleeter 8 8 

Elopement, 5 yrs, 7st ISlb • Bicbards 8 8 

Both heau won easy. 

OakUy Stake* of 451. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Impression, by St. Francis, i) vm. 

Sat nib . - liichards 6 1 I 

Fanny Hill, 5 yrs, 7st ISlb Kleeter 6 5 8 

Jessie, 4 yrs, 7st f - Brumble 8 )i 8 

Woodspriie, 3 yrs, 5st l lib - Gilbert 8 8 dr 

Rosewood. 8 yrs, Ost lib • Harding 4 4- dr 

Blister, a yrs, Ost - - Hictt 1 bolt 

Won easy. 

RttUwas Plate of IS/. ; I mi. 4 fur. 

The Handsome Doe, 8 yrs, Sst 71b- Gilbert 1 l 

England's Glory, aged. 7Bt lib Richards 8 8 

FraaceKsa, 4 yn, Ort 81b - - Bramble 8 8 

Both lieaU won easy. 

UTTOXETER. 

MONDAY, Sept. ta.—NetheTwood Siaku of SO/, i 

twice ro. and a dis. 
Bedford, by bro. to Riddlesworth, 8 yrs, 

8«t - - - Wells 1 I 

Gracey. 5 yrs, Ost 41b - - - 8 8 

Sir Bmlamin, 4 yrs, 8st lOlb - - 4 8 

Helter-skelter, 5 yrs, Ost 41b • - 8 4 

First beat won by half a length; second by a 

Town Stakes of «7/. ; twice ro. 
The General, by Irish Birdcatcber. aged. 

••t71b - - - •Taylor I 4 I 

Latitat. 5 yrs, £st 81b - - * * * 

Charlatan, 4 yrs, Sst 4lb - - 8 8 dr 

Ch. f. by Irish Birdoatcher— out of Buss* 

Syrs, est ISlb - - - 8 8 dr 

Br. f by Prarost, d. by Liverpool, 4 yrs, 

8»t lib - - - - * d^ . 

The first heat won by half a neok ; the seoond 
cleverly, and the third by a head. 

* Arthur in the last heat. 
TUESDAY.— Innft««p«V Putse, of 80/. ; twice ro.* 

and a dis. 
Latitat, by Touchstone, & jn, 

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Slip, 5 jm. 0«t 8lb . . . 1 

Sir Benjamin, 4 jn, 8*t71b - - s 

Clwrlatan. 4 jn. Sat 71b . . s 

Cb. r. hy Irish lUrdcatcher— Ban, 8 jn, 

7ft6lb • ■ . . 

Helter-»k«lter. & yr», 9tt 3lb - . . .. 

The first he^t wis won ensily i the seuood by a 
length i and the third by half a length. 

Hur<U4 Staho ottjt. i twice ro. 
The General, aged, list 71b • I.aDd 1 1 

Grncey.d yr«. ll^t«lb - - -08 

Frederick Jerome, 6 yrs. list 5lb - 8 8 

Hercules (late ProUciome), b yrs, lOst 91b - 
Alma. 8 vrt, Bst . . - 

First beat won by a length ; seoond easy. 

Handicap of 14/.. once ro. and a di».. was won. in 
two beau, by ch. f. by Irish Birdcateber->Buzi. 
T^t 71b (Donald), beating Helter-skelter, tot. and 
Flirt, in a canter. 

BELFORD. 

MONDAY, Sept. fa.-- The Hunter^ Stoket w«re 
won, in two hcnts, by Cbii-ftain, by Cheviot, 4 yrs 
(Mr R. Donkin). beating Tkily-ho, d yrs (Mr Bul- 
lock}, in a canter. 

Th« Farmer $* Stake; 1 mi. 4 far., wef» woo, in 
two hentt. by Nanny nank., agml (Mr niiU'ck). 
be«Ung Jenny's Bawhee. aged (Mr R. Donkin;, and 
Tlie Mnlm, 4 yrs (Mr Blake), cleverly. 

The Tradeamen't Plate, I mi. 4 fur., was won, in 
two well-contesied heats, by Flower of Berwick, 

4 yrs. beating three others. 

The HurdU Race, I ml. 4 fur., was won. In two 
heat^, bv Chieftain (R. Lowson), beating Nanny 
Banks and Terrebuss. 

The Seurrff Stake$ were won by Tally-ho, beatiog 
two others. 

RICHMOND (YORKSHIRE). 

MONDAY. Sept. S3.— Hat (Handirap) of »!{.: to 

start behind the stand, and run in. 
JSitcuUpins, by The Doctor, 8 yrs, 

•stSlb - - . Arnold 1 

Tity, 4 yrs, 7st eib - - Oeborne 8 

Clam. flyrA, 8st ... 6. Oates 8 
Our Jem ^h. b.), 8 yrB,7st 21b - - T, Lye 4 

The Little Queen, 4 yrs, 8»l 4lb - G.Arran 5 
Polonaise, 4 yrs, 8»t Sib . Cartwright « 

Even on ^sculapius. Won by three leuKtbs: 
Tity beating Clara by a length. 

Eathjf Stake* ofSM. ; Qrey Stone in. 
Black Doctor, by The Doctor, if yrs, 

«st»lb- - . - Osborne 1 

Jack Leeming. S yrs, 6st 5lb . Arnold S 

4 to 1 on Black Doctor. Won by a length. 
Biehmond Han'lieap of SOa/. ; 8 mi. 
Flcnr d« Seme, by Vo.taire, A yrs, 
^•t51b - - - .G.Oatei I 

Radulphu«, aged, 8st 71b - > J. Marfon « 

Achyranthes, 8 yrs. 7Ht - J. Oeborne 

Inheritress, aged, Bst «lb (inc. 4lb 

extra) - - - Templeman , 

Lady-1-am-off, 5 yrs. 7st ISIb Longstaff 5 

5 to 4 on Inherit ra>s. 7 to 4 ngst Achyrantheis 

5 to I agst Fleur d# Seine, and 10 to I »it*t Ra. 
dulphus. Won hv a head j Adiyranthcs and Inhe- 
ritress well-up. Lndy-l am-olf beaten off. 

Voltigeur Plate of 4(U. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Gardenia, by Lanercost, 8 yrt, est 71b Arnold 1 
Andalusian, 4yri>,7st lilb • - Longstatf 8 

Boadicea, 8 yrs, 6»t 71b- - J. Onborne 8 

Even on Andalusian, and 8 to 1 agst Gardenia. 
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Earl de Grey, 8«t 71b - . G. Abdale 8 

B. f. by Gala<.r— I-jriha, Bst 4lb Cariwri#rlit 4 

10 4 on The Cutler. Won by two Ungth&j » 
bad third. 

Handicap of 40l. ; Grry Stone in. 
R idulphus, by 'llie Saddler, aged, 

7»t Milb - - - J. Manon 1 

Anduluaian, 4 yrs, 7*t&lb > . T. Lye £ 

iB«ctilia>-B->, 3yr8. 7^t7Ib - Rasham 8 

Kntily Bell, 8 yrs, SstVlb . . Jolmson 4 

Black Dw.rf. 6 yr«,76t 101b - G. Oates 5 

5 to 4 agMt Andalusian. and 6 to 4 agst RadulDhus. 
Won by a length ; a bad third. 

Match. 401 ; Grey Stone in.-Gr. g. (h. b.) 1>t 
Greg^on, 8 yrs, l&t (Mr J. H. Peart), beat Maid of 
Marrick (h. b.). si vrs. lOsi (Mr W. W. iiarland), br 
a neck. Mo 4 »n Maid* of Mnrrick. 

Riekntond Cnp Stakei of 58/. lOii ; once n». 
Cantab, by The Doctor, 3 jrs, 7st«ib ilawknrell 1 
Fla8h.8yra. 7»taih - . T. Lye S 

Inheritress, aged, »st - - Templeman 8 

« to 4 on Flunb, 8 to 1 n^ Cantab, and 8 to I agst 
Inheritiess. Won by a length; the sauM between 
second and third. 

Rubbtih (Handicap) or46/.; I mi. tfitr. 
Andalusian, by Liverpool Junior. 4 jrs. 

7»t flib - - . . T, Lye I 

Gardenia, 8 yrs, Cut flib . Arnold S 

Boudiceu, 8 yrs, QatClb - J. Osborne 8 

The Squire's Daughter, 8 yrs, 7»t 21b Metcalfe 4 

5 to 4 agst Andalusian, and 7 to 4 agst Gardenia. 
Won by a neck ; a bad third. 

LEINTWARDINE RACES. 

TOESDAY, Sept. 84.— fFarrfen Stakae. 

Nancy Dawson, 3 yrs, 8st Mb Lewis 8 10 1 

Mudboots, 4Tn .Tackson 1 8 o dr 

First and second heats well eontested, the thiid a 

dead beat. 



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TUESDAY.— Aiekmond .<4fnateur Handicap of S4f., 

Cup Co. 

Fleur de Seine, 5 yrs, lUot «lb Mr W. Harland 1 

The Little Queen, 4yrs. lOst lOlb Mr J. H. Pearl 8 

Joe Sutherland. 4 yrs. tOst Alb Mr J. B. Fife 8 

Won by two lengths. 

Wright SMkM of 501., for 8 yr olds ; Grey 

Stone in. 

The Cutler, by Sheffield, 8»t 01b . Basbam I 

B. c. by Red Deer— sis. to Porto Bello, 

8st7lb - - - Tcmplcm.in 2 



Matilda, 8 yn, 9Dt 81b - - Lewis 

Sis. to M udboots, 8 yrs, 8st Sib Jackson 

Si0« -pstakeB, 
Fly-by-nis;ht,aged, ll»t - Griffiths 
Shade. 5 yrs, list ... 

Princess, aged, list - - • 

A fine race. 

BEDFORD. 
TUESDAY, Sept. 24 — Preparation Staiea of IfOL ; 

oncero. and a dis. 
Bellissinr.a, by Combat. 8 yrs, Sst 1 lib Mr Berill 1 
Magician, 4 yrs, lUt 71b - Ld Stratbmore 8 
Hope. S yrs, ISsi - ftlr G. Hob»on 8 

Camina.5 yrs, list 4lb > Mr Brooke 4 

Sam Hood. A vrs. 1 1st I lib - Mr Elwes 5 

5 to 1 on Bellitsinia. Won by n length ; the same 
between second and third ; a b.td foui ih. 

Produce Stakes of 70/., for 8 yr olds ; 1 mi. 
.Theseus, by Minotaur, SstiMb - Rogers 1 

' Ch. f. by St Prancis— Taurina, Stt lib Prttit 8 

Sho v-girl, 8«t lib - - Crou-h 8 

7 to 2 on Tiieeeus. Won by thiea lengths. Show- 
girl gut badly off. 

Bedfordahire Stakee cX 2JfA. ; 8 mi. 
Landseer, by Muley Muloch, 4yis, 

6*t Mb (incl. 51b vxtra) - J. Smith 1 

CEdipns, 4 yrs,«st 181b - Robt. Sherwood 2 

Ketaii. 5 vrs, 7tt5lb . > Pett>t 

Kissaway', 4 vrs. 7»t - - Crouch 

Docllitv, 4yrs, 6st lOlb > > Thick 

Bird of Paradise, .■> vrs. 6«t 91b W. Sharps 

Minimum, 4 yis, 6^t 7lb - Charlton 

6 to 4 agst Kissaway, 8 to 1 agst Minimum. 4 to 1 
•ach agst Docility and'Landfrecr, and 10 to lagstaiw 
other. Won by a Imgih ; Minimum a bad third. 
In consequence of a misappreheusioo as to the start, 
Landseer and CEdipus obtained a great advantage 
in the early part of the race, and had it all to them- 
selves. 

Town Plate of 40/. ; I mi. 8 fur. 
Pulcberrima, by Venison, 4 yrs, 

7st 4»b - - . Dockeray 1 I 

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Graahopper, 4jn, 7Bt 4H> - Crouch 4 dr 

' PIiM iMsat won bjr two lengths ; aecond by thret; 

fcngtiia. 

UtEDNESDAT.— StraKon Park SlakgM of fi«. 10*. ; 

unce ro. 
Hrt Taft (h. b.)» by Don JohOf 5 yn> 

8it lOlb - - Rof en 1 

Bird of Pkradiae. 5 m, Sst lOlb C Noriiixa 2 

(Edipus, 4 yrs, fitt 81b - Robt. Shvrvood 8 

6 to 4 on (Ediput, Won by S lengths. 
Two Ytar Old Staiet$ of lHOLi 4 fur. 
Theseus, by Minotaur, 8ftt 71b - Rogers 1 

Gloom, 8st 41b - « Bariholoinetv S 

Ingratitude, 8st 41b - • Osborne 8 

B- g- by The Cardinal'— Country Lass, 

8st71b _ - . Homer 

Pbux-pas, 8bt 7Ib (Incl. 8Ib extra) Crouch 

Whbper, est 411^ . . Thick 

BaDterer.8st7lb (Incl. 81b extra) Dockeray 

6 to 4 agst Gloom, X to 1 agst Theseus, and 8 to i 
agrt Faux-pas. Won by three lengths ; a bad 
third. 

queen's Plate ot lOil.; 8 ml. 
Kiasaway, by Harkawav, 4 yrs, 9st lib Rogers I 
Sam Hood. 6 yrs, 9st 9lb • - Sait"" i 

Maeici<i«, 4 yrs, 9st lib - - PeUit 8 

BelliMima, 8yrs, 7st lllb - Dockeray 4 

Retail, 4 yrs, »st lib - Bartholomew 

(Bdlpus, 4 yrs. 9st lib . Wakefield 

8 to 4 agst Bellissima, 5 to S ugst Kiasaway. a to J 
agst Retail. 8 to 1 agst any other. Won by two 
lengths; abMlthird. 

Farewell Stakee at 881.'; once ro. and a die. 
Goodwood, by The £«rl of Richmond, 4 yrs, 

7stl81b ... Dockerav 1 

Sarah, 4 yrs, 8st »lb (incl . Sib extra) Charlton S 
Ch. c. by Pantaloon— Lilv, 8yrs, tfst 91b J. Smith 
Bastiiion, 4 yrs. 7st lOIb ' - - W.Hkefieid n 

MaUnesbury, ft yrs, 8st lib • Ciouch 

Camilla, 4 yrs, 8st • C. Norman 

Pell-mell, 6 yrs, 8st • - A. Edwards 

Even on Goodwood. Won by a head; Malmes- 
bury and Camilla close up. 

HuHtere* Staket of iOU.i once ro. and a dis. 
Soratcb, 4yrs, list - Mr Beville Oil 

Seagull, aged, list 181b - Mr Brooke 1 S 8 
CoBur-de-lton, aged, list 81b Mr Henderson 8 
I'Btly.aged, llstslb - Mr Newman 8 4 
Pride of Cona Dale, 6 yrs, , 

UstUlb . . MrG. Higgins 8 dr 

Chuoe, aged, list 81b Mr Wesitey 8 dr 

Libby, aged, list ftlb . MrHobson dr 

B. g. by GUbert Oumey, or Oameboy. 

A yrs, list - - Mr Lmdow dr 

TbeJudge, aged, llstslb Mr Elwes dr 

First beat won by two lengths ; seeond by a 
IcBgih ; third by three lengths. 

SANDBACH. 

TUESDAY, Sept. U.-WheelMk Stakes of 14/.; 

1 mi. 8 fur. 

Uarbury, aged, lOst 71b - ' .11 

WUmont,8yrs, 7stlllb • • Sdr 

Alke Gray, aged, lOst 71b - - . 8dr 

Won by a head. 

JIaek Staket; once zo. and a dis. 

8w5fk,aged - - . - i 

l-am-off,5yrs . . . « 

GiNbdiind, 6 vrs - - - • 3 

Won by sereral lengths. 

Trial Stakee of 16/. : 1 mi. « far. 

WUmont, by The Hydra, 8 yrs, flst lilb - 1 I 

Marbury, aged, 9st - • -Sdr 

Alice Grey, aged, 9st - - - 8 dr 

Won by a length. 

WBDNESDAT—Crnre Selling Stakee ofVl- i 

thrice ro. 

Gratis, by King Cole, A yrs, 8st . -18 1 

Latitat, 5 yes, 7st Tib - " - 8 1 « 

Gracey,5yr8,7st7lb - - - 8 8 dr 

Marbury, aged, est 7lb - - 4 dr 

B« f- by Cardinal Pnff. 4 yrs, «fet 18lb - dis 

. The first heat was won by a neck, the aecond by 

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Irmkeepert* Siakn'ot 351. ; 1 mi. fur. 

Wiimont. 8yrs,(tst lilb . . .1 

Capsicum, 5 yrs, Sst 7lb - - -8 

Lady Lift, aged, 9st . . .8 

Won by a length. 

Coneolation Handicap of ml. ; unce ro. and a dis. 

Gmcey, by LanercontiSyrs. est 4ib - > 1 1 

B. I. I y Curdinal Puff, 4 yrs, 6at . 8 dr 

Marbury, &yrs, 7st lOlb - • - 3dr 

Won by a neck. 

WHITBY. 

WEDNESDAY, Sept. ii—A Steeepetaket was 
Won in three heats by Lola Montes, 8 yrs (Mr 
Peurson), beatiog Polka, aged, Jenny Lind, 4 vrs 
(dis.). and Standard, aged (dis.) 

The Whitby Stakes, twice ro., were won in two 
heats by Little Queen, by Coronation, 4 yrs (Skeene), 
beating Rob Roy, 6 yrs, and Ambition, 4 yrs. 

The Borough Stakee, twice ro., were won in two 
heats by Klemore, 5yrs (Mr Skeene), beatln;; Jenny 
Lind, 4 yrs, Tol-de-rol, 8 yrs, and Greasy Pile, 
5 yrs. 

Cemnw>(fore*« Plate, once ro., won by Standard, 
aged (CautT. Wright), beating Polka, Lola Montes, 
and Jack's Alive. 

THURSDAY.— Hvrdb Stakee, once round, were 
won by Lola Montes, aged, lUst lOlb, beating 
Standard, aged, lOst lOib, and Poll, & yrd.Ost 131b. 

J>f«m6erj' flate, ttTJce ro., was won in two heats, 
by Little Queen, 4 yrs, 8>t 4lb, healing KUl-or-Cure, 
8 yrs, 0>t lOlb, and Tol-de-rol, 8 yrs, 6st iOlb. 

Handieap, twice ro., vea» won in three heats, by 
Little Queeu, 4 yrs, Ont 181b, beatinK Sally Grey, 
aged. 7si, Tol-de-rol, 3 yrs, 7*t iSIb, Elemore. S vrs. 
8st 101b, Kill-or-Core, 3 yrs, 8«t Sib, and Jenny 
Lind, 4 rrs, 7st. 

MANCHESTER. 
THURSDAY, Sept. 'i6.- Champagne Handieap of 

laO^. for two yr olds ; 1 mi. 
Unitv, by Anii-Bcpealer, 7st lOlb R. LongstaiT 1 
MHdiime Wharton, 7st 181b . 6. Oates 8 

CoUbri, 7Kt - - W. Sharpc 8 

Maid of the Mountain, 7Bt 61b H. Evans 4 

Grotten, 8st lib G. Whitebouse & 

5 to 4 agsc Madame Whartou, 7 to 4 a{(st L'nitr, 
and ft to I agst CollbrL Won, by two lengths, Ma> 
dame Wharton beating Colibri by a neck. 

Chetterjield Handieap of 84.^. ; 1 mi. 7 tvir. 
The Cocktail, by The Provost, 4 jr*, 

«st4lb . . • Arnold 1 

Woolwich, 4 yrs, 8st 7lb (61b ex.) Donaldson 8 
Lady Hylda, 6 yrs, yst lidb (ftlb ex.) G. Aboale 8 
Vanguard. 4 yrs, 7st lOlb (Mb ex.) J. Holmes 4 

5 to 4 on Woolwich, 5 to 8 agst Vanguard, and 4 
o 1 each agst Lady Hylda and Cocktail. Won bv 
two lengths ; Lady Hylda a moderate third, and 
Vanguard close up. 

iiutumn Wdter Handicap of lOOl. ; 1 mi. and a dis. 
Valhtnt (h. b.), byVigo, aued, I0st6lb Mr Gamun 1 
Lady Uylda. 6 yn, list 81b 

(ftlbex.) . - Mr Winterbottom 8 

General Sale, 4 yrs, lOst 81b Capt Pretiymon 8 
Scarborough, 8 yrs. 9st 81b - Ld Cardross 4 
Queen of the Vule (h. b.). 4 yrs, 

9st • • - Mr P. Ilopwood ft 

Repulse, 5 yrs, lOst 81b . Mr King 

5 to 4 agst Scarborough, 4 to 1 agst General Sale, 
and ft to 1 each agst Valiant and Ludy Uylda. Won 
by a length, the second beating the third by a neck. 

SelUng Stakes of SO/. ; 1 mi. and a dis. 
Oibaldwick, by Lnnercost, 3 yn, 

7st0tb . • - Wakefield, jnn. f I 

Gardenia, 8 yrs, 7*t . . J. Arnold t 8 

Emma, 8yrs. 6at nih . H.Evans S 

Even on GurdenlH. A dead heat between Gar- 
denia and Osbaidwick. Deciding beat, Osbaldwick 
the favourite. Won by n heed. 

FRIDAY.— nro Year Old Setting Stakes of SI. ; 

T.Y.C. 
Mnnebester, by Launcelot, 8st 71b J. Holmee 1 
Colibri, 8at 81b • -. W. Stuurp« t 



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Tmelove, Irt ttb - - G. Abdale t 

CrottM.aitSlb • - O.WhitehouM 4 

Fifty.thrae, 8M 81b b - Dutflo » 

ft to 4 aeil Launcclot, 8 to 4 RgRt TnieloTC, and 4 
to 1 igit ColihiU Wan by two lengtba. 

Baudiemp aw«epstaku dt SSOI. ; 1 mi. and a dia. 
Matd of Maabaai, by Don John, ftyn, 

8«i»lb . . . G.Abdale 

Wcolwlch. 4 rn, 8»t Sib (ftib ex.) Donaldson 
Tbe CockUil, 4 yrs, 6«t 4ib • Arnold 

Tbe M«aae. « yit, ;tt • - Evans 

Keleahaa, e yrt. Oil 81b - - W. Sbarpe 

General Sale, 4 yr«, tet 8lb • Saiinden 

Lady JerKey, 4 yrs. d»t 41b (Slh ex.) O^bome 

Aldgate. 4 Tn. Sst lOlb - • Wells 

Kliza Middleton, 3 yrs, ftst (ftib ex.) Child 

111* AbbMsof Jerreaux^BTrH, fttt A»hmHll u 

6to t agat Elixa Middleton. 5 to I agsl Aldgate, 
ft to I agst Maid of Maaham, ft to 1 a^si \yoolwicb, 
8 to 1 agst Cocktail, 7 to 1 agst Kaicshea, and 10 to 
1 agst 1 he Meaee. Won by a neck ; a length be- 
twcoB second and third. 

fiM/ing Plat* of ft«. ; 1 mi. 8 fiir. 

BcarboTDUgh, by Ratan, 8 yrs • Holmes 1 

Gardenia, v yrs > • Arnold S 

Osbaldwick, 8 yrs . . Wuketield 8 

PikMrof Lan«roort. 8yrs - pufflo 4 

Even oa Scarborough. Won by half a length. 
Tbe winner was sold for lOft/. 

Beatm Handteap of sol. ; 1 ml. 8 fur. 
The Abbess of Jerveaux, by Gladiator, 

8yrs,fls»7lb - - - Wells I 

LMiy Uylda, « yr% Sst 71b - G. Abdale 8 

KrlMtaea. 8 yrs, 7Bt - W. Sharp* 8 

Tbe Mease, 8 yrs. 7at 101b - Evans 4 

« to 4 «gst Udy Uylda, 7 to 4 agst The Abbess, 7 
toSagst Kelesbuu. Won by a length. 

CIRENCESTER. 

FRIDAY, Stpt. V-^ShonuoU Stetepttaktt of 40/. ; 

I mi. 8 fur. 
Selina, by Longsigbl, 4 yrs, 7st I8lb (earr. 

Xlbex.) - . T. Carlile I I 

Ambassadress, 4 yrs, Sst 4lb - Kitton I 8 S 
Speculation, 4 yrs, 7i>t 81 1> Thick 1 ^ 

Klactnsity, Syrs, 6st lOlb Enoch 2 di 

The Streamer, 6 yrs, 8At lib ChMswas dr 
White Hart, 8 yrs, 7Bt lib - Low* O dr 
Kate Kearney, 8 yrs, tlst 4lb Crickmere dr 
Old English Gentleman, 4 yrs, 

7>*t Ulb ... Snhta dr 
Elopement) ft yrs, 7st itlb - W. Treen 8 di- 
Moiiataln Pew, 8 yrs, Sst 71b J. Barnard 8 dr 

First beat won by a length ; tlia serond easily ; 
tiie third by two lengths ; and the fourth easily. 
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Thick 

Treen 
Chesswas 

Enoch 
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Kitton 

Coke bolt 

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mpression came ia flrst by a length, but having 
1 on the wrong side of a po4t, the vtakes were 
arded to Boundless, who was sold by auction for 



Boundless, 4 yTs, 7st 91b 

Wood lark, 4 yrs, Sst ftib 

Colocyntbus, ft yrs, 8st lib 

Samplsr, 8 yrs, 8st 4lb (canr. 6st 6lb) 

Second-sight, 4 yrs, 7i!t Bib 

Haronet (h. b.), aged, Sst iOtb 

Mignon, 8 yrs, Sst lib- 

impression, by St. Francis, 8 yrs, 8st 81b 

Impr" ' " =-.-.. 

run on 
awarded 

44i. 

Th» SOver Cup, S mi., for farmrrs* horses was 
won eabily by Rosa, aged (Mr Stepheni.), beatin<f 
Tenbnry Lass (late Pve-flncb), 8 yis, Qipey Ben 
(late Prudence), aged. The Miller (late Sir Ben- 
jamin), 4 yrs, and Wfay'not, ft yrs. 

Hoeii; Staka of 161. ; 1 mi. 8 ftir. 
Elopement, by Harkaway, ft yrs, lOst lOib 

0Bcl. 81b extra) . - Haddy 1 1 

Honeymoon, lOtt 71b - - Mnson 8 8 

The Streamer, ft yrs, lost 71b • West 

Tenbury Lass. 6 yn, lOst 71b - Wood 

"'" " - . lost f -■ - 



Why-not.ftyrs, 1 



I aib (incl. Sib ex.) Cowen 
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A)«nt Laurie, ft yrs, lOet •> - ' Hawes dr 



Hmtter^ ataht$ of 841. ; S ml. 
Tbe General, by Irish Birdcatcher, 

aged. iSit 71b - - Land 2 I I 

Im«,a»d. 12st71b - Wilkins I g t 

Jei^el, 6yn. llstUb . Archer 8 8 dr 

Rosa, aged, list 71b - -Kitton fell 

Each beat won deverty. 

SCARBOROUGH. 

MONDAY, Sept. 80.-Si/wr Cup for Farmers* 
horses ; I mi. 
Gr. g. (b. b.),by Uttle Tarn, d. by 

GrevOrTllle,ftyn, llatillb Mr J. Holliday 1 1 
Musqnito, ft yrs, 18st 4lb- Mr W. H. t^attoii 8 8 
Lady Eleanor, 8 yrs, I8st41b Mr J. Hollittay 4 8 
Friendship, (h.b.), 4 yrs, list ftib MrG. Hell 5 4 
Jerrych.b.). ftyrs, iutuib Mr C. Ringrose 8 » 

The first beat won by half a dozen lengths ; the 
second by three lengths. » 

Ortat Seafbonmgh Uandiisap of 06L ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Psyche, by Lanercort. 8 yrs, 7Bt - Coates 1 

Scarborough. 8 yrs, 7it alb - Wakefield, joq 8 
Flash, 8 yrs, 7st 71b - - Peckston 

Won by a head. 

Cup for Backs; I mi. 
Seamer Lass, 8 yrs - - Sqotrdcn I 1 

Combat, 4 yrs - - - Thorpuer 3 g 

Mischief, 5 yrs - - Wou^ 8 a 

Tos«-up, 8 yrs - - F. Marson 

The Shadow (late Gifl), 4 yrs- Peckston 
Tomboy, 6 yrs - • Saunderson g 

TUESDAY^— Cormaian StoJbe of 80L, with a 

„ . whip ; 4 f^r, 

Scarborough, by Ratan. 8 yrs Ld Cardross 1 

Kepealet. aged - - - Mr Drury 8 

Hampton, aged - - Wakefield, jun. 8 

Won by a length ; Hampton beaten off. 

Members* Plate of 401. ; 1 mi. 

Lecomte, by Assassin, ft yrs, Jst 

-•*''*.-.„. - .- P.Marson 1 I 

Baron Hill, 8 yrs. 7»t lib . W. Coates 2 8 

Both heats won easily. 

VitUonT Plate of 2(SL ; I mi. 

Scarborough, 8 yrs, lOst - Ld Cardross I 

Queen of Trumps, 8 yrs, list - Mr J. H. feart 8 

Friendship, 4 yrs, leu - - Mr T.Bell 

Won in a canter. 

JttnftMMrs' Plate of 35L ; l mi. 

Plash, by Ithuriel, 8 yrs, yst i\b (oarr. 

7*t ftib) - - . Peckston 4 1 I 

Scarborough, 8 yrs, 7st lib (carr. 

7»t71b - - Wakefield, jun 1 4 S 

Psyche, 8 yn, 7»t 8lb - - W. Conie* 5 ft a 

Sliandiolder,4 yrs,8Bt7lb - - Fryer 2 2 dr 

B. f . (h. b.) , by Young Priam, d. by 
Contest, 8 yrs, Ost 8lb - -. Wood 8 8 dr 

Th* first beat won by s lengtli ; the second by 
•Ix lengths : and the third by two lengths. 

FELTON. 
MONDAY, Stpt. 80.— Coywel Side Plate of 10 sots ; 

1 mLdfiir. 
Nannv Banks, aged, Ost . - 8 1 1 

Ormsby, 4 yxs. fist 71b - - 18 8 

Napoleon, aged, Ost . . - 8 dr 

Tariy-bo, aged, Sst 7lb - . 4 dr 

Sylvns. aged. Sst 7lb - - .0 

Gumflower, 4yr8, OstTlb . . 

^sftoM Plat* 0I9L, with a whip ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 
Lady Maria, aged . - • 1 1 

Ben Lomond, 8 yn - . . s g 

The Bewildered Maid, aged - - adr 

Union Plate of 7/ . ; 1 mi. 8 f\ir., was won in two 
heats by Satannah, beating Bewildered Maid, Na* 

Soleon, AInbank, Miss Georgiana, Alnwick, and 
ylvus. * 

PAIN'S LANE. 
MONDAY, Sept. 80. —.RaUteaif Stakee of 2«. ; 

twioe rcu and a di«. 
I^y J «'«»» by Bay Middleton, 4 yr^ 



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BcpulM. 57n.Mt41b • - 4 

Gratis. 5 7r».9Bt Sib - - - 8 dr 

Veteran,57ta.lM 51b "- - dt 

Botb beats won ensy, 

Pain*$ Lean* Sldkn of Ml. ; twice ro. ntid a dis. 



Veteran, 5 Trs. 8st Sib 
Tall^-ho, aged, 8st 6lb 
Gratis, 5 jrrs. 8st Sib 
Alma, 8 yrs. 6*t 181b - 
Peter, « yrs. 8st 61h 
FuRitiTO, aged, fist 21b 
Beindeer, 4 yrs, 8Bt 



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8 





First beat woo by a length. Second and third 
heats by a length and a halt. 

TUESDAY.— OntniRj'tAn iFoed Rtaku for gallo- 
ways was won by Little Qaeen. beating loneas and 
three others. 

Prior *«-£«« CupfiUiku of £6/. ; twice ro. and a dis. 
Lady Jersey, 4 yrs. Mt 71b • Oil 

B«pulae, 6 yrs. 8st lOlb - - t 1 

Emulous, 5 yrs, 8st 101b • • 8 2 3 

Fugitive, aged, tot Sib • -03 dr 

Pit r-i he-Blind. 4 yrs. 8st lib - t d l 

Tbe first a dead beat between Pity<ihe-Blind and 
Repulse, the two next won by half a lengtli. 

OakengaiM SelUng Staket of 211.: twice ro. and 
a dis. 
Alma,byyoloan, •rn,7at Ulb - 1 

Tijipler, 8 yrs, fst 71b - - i 

Gratis, A yrs, 8st 91b - » 2 5 dr 

Harum-scarum, 8 yn,7st 71b • - 8 dr 

Pity-tbe-Bliad. 4 yrs, 8st 71b • OS dr 

Frrst beat wou by a neok, second by threa lengths, 
third by half a length. 

NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER. 
TUESDAY, Oct. l.—Eandieap Swetpitaket o( ISOL; 

T.Y.C. 
Newport, by Epirus, 4 yn, 8st rib F. Butler I 

The White Lady, 4 yrs. 7it 181b Flatman S 

Visile. 8 yrs, Ost lOlb - -J. Mann S 

Sagacity. yrs, 8»t lib • J. Marson 4 

Iron Kail, 8 yrs, ast 81b - • 8. Rog«>n fl 

Benu Prtf Belle, 4 vrs, 7st lOlb Chappla « 

Slang. 8 yri«, 7*t Sl\> - - G. £. Sharp 

5 tu 8 agst Sagacity, 9 to 2 each aast Newport and 
The White Lady, and 5 to 1 agst Slang. Won by 
two lengths ) four lengths between the becond and 
third, imin. Usee. 

8wup»takeso{Z0l.; T.Y.C. 
Hazy, by Venison. 2 yrs. 0st. 71b W. Harlock 

Hind of the Forest, 5 yrs, 9st • Flatman 2 

P. by Raian->Rodney'8 dam, 8 yrs« 8st71b Koxers 
The Rejected, 2 vrs, dst 7lb - - 6- Mann 

2 to 1 each agst Tbe Kejected and Hind of the 
Forest, and » to «ng8l KatanflUr. Won byalenj{!hs 
a bad third. Winner claimed for 3o/. I min. la sec. 

Orand Duk« Michael Staket of 730(. ; A.F. 
Hardinge, by Sir Hercules, 8st 71b Platm 

Tomboy, Sst 71b ... Rogers 1 
Mooltan, 8st 7lb • - Robinson 

Preslaw, 8st 7lb . • . Normaa 

Ulrecht, Set 71b • - - Marlow 5 

5 to 4 on Hardiage, and 8 to I <igst Tomboy. Won 
by a head ; a length between second and third ; the 
others beaten off. S min. 19 sec. 
Fiftt Ttar of the Third Triennial Stahei of 836/. ; 

for Syr olds; T.V.C. 
Hernandez, by Pantaloon, Sst 71 b • F.Butler 1 
■KM. _ « _. _..... J. Maxson C 

Bartholomew 8 
. Marlow 
• Norman 
J. Mann 
W. Abdale 
Tenipleman 
. A. Day 
Flatman 
Rogers 
O. Brown 
• Pettit 
. E. Harvey 
1 agst Hernandez, 9 to 1 each agst Aaron Smith 



Merry Peal, Sst 4lb 

Payment, 8st 4lb - 

Aaron Smith, 8st Tib - 

Hilogra, fist 41b - 

Midas. Sst 7lb 

Antigone, 8st 4lb . 

The Ban, 8rt 71b 

Prestige, Sst 41b - 

CaUIna,8Bt4lb 

The Black Sea, Set Tib 

B, f. by Slane-Paimyra, 8st4lb 

Scandal, 8st 41b 

Vagabond 8st 71b 

2 to I agst Hernandez, 9 to 1 eacL _„ 

■nd Catalna, 8 to 1 agat Payment, and 8 to 1 aget 
Aatifooe. Woa bj » Iffkgth ; t»« mum betwwa 



second and third ; half a length between Payment 
Kod Prestige ; Phlegra and Antigone next w«U up. 
Catalpa and the liun oid not get off well, i min. 
14 sec. 

Match, VMl. : Fintt half of Ab.M.— Bordeaux by 
Coiherstone, Sst 9Ib (P. Rtttli-r). bent Hippin, «st I8lb 
(O. B. Sharp) by a length. 6 tu 5 ou Hippia. 
49 sees. 
Hopefvl StcJieM of 4102.. for 2 yr olds ; last half of 

Ab.M. 
Aphmdit4f, br Bay Middleton, Sst Ulb 

(incl. 61b extra) - . J. Marson 1 

Buckhound, Hst7lb - • -Flatman 2 

Beaufort, Sst 7>b - - Pearl 8 

Ch. f. by Pantaloon— VirHBO, 8st Mb . Robinson 4 
Phlegra.Sst Ulb (incl. 81b extra) Norman 

7 to 4 on Aphrodite. Won by a length ; a bad 
third. Phlegra jumped round at starting and was 
left behind. M sees. 

Match; T.Y.C. — Wallflower, by Magpie, Ost 
received 100 ft. from CoUingwood, 9Bt 91b. 

Match, Sst 41b each : T.Y.C— Ch. f. bv St Francis 
.— Taurina, received 15 It. from b. f. by Charles 
X If. -Queen of Cyprus. 

Match, Sst 41b each; T.Y.C^Santiago, by St 
Francis, received 100 ft. from Brunnow. 

WEDNESDAY.— JFX/ly Povndt ; D.I. 
Cariboo, by Venison, 76* 10lb.(incl. 

8lbex.> ... Flatman 1 

Bullfinch, 7st 51b . - . Fettit S 

18 to 1 on Cariboo. Won by six lengths. 4 min. 
1ft sec. 

A»Mp«tokM of liMM., for « yr olds; T.Y C. 
Constance, by Bpirus, Sst lib - Flatman 1 

Argo,8st lib ... Petiit S 

4 to 1 on Constance. Won by a length, i min. 
lT*eo. 

aieatpttakei of 12«., for 8 yr olds.— T.Y.C. 
Exeter, by Robert de Gorbam, Sst 71b Flatman I 
Reindeer, est 71b • - . Marlow S 

ft to 1 on Kxeier. Won by a length. 1 min. 14 see. 

Match, M.i Uat ha. of Ab. M.— The Lionets, by 
Orlando, Sst 4lb (Pettit), boat Tlie Roman*, Set 71b 
(S. Rogers), by a length. Even betting. 
Second Yaar of the Second Triennial Stakes of 836/., 

lor 8 yr olds.— A.F. 
Clelia, byThe rrovo»t,8st4lb - Norman 1 
Compass Sst 71b - - S.Mann S 

Zadoc,8st7lb ... W. Treen 8 
William the Conquerer, Sst Tib S. Rogers 4 

Mickleton, Rst7th . .J Marson 

Cranberry. Sst 71b • - Templeman 

Ch.f by Slane— Exotic, Sst 4lb . F.Butler 
Hardinge, Set 71b - • Flatman 

Sisvphus, Sst 71b . . Robinson 

Even on William the Conqueror, 5 to I af;st Uar- 
dinge, 6 to 1 each agst Compa<w xnd Exotic filly, 
10 to 1 agtt Cranberry, 12 to 1 agst Clelia, and 12 to 1 
ai^st any otber. Won by a length ; a leni^th and a 
half between second and third ; a head between 
third and fourth. Cranberry weil up. Sisyphus 
was beaten off, and Mickletoa having broken a 
blood>vassel was pulled up early. 8 min. 16 sec. 

SwMpflaJ^MofSOI.; R.H. 
Haxy< by Venisoa. 2 yrs, 6st . W. Hariock 1 

Glenochty,2yrs,«st - - G.Mann S 

Count Swivel, 2 yrs. Sst - T. Smith 8 

Even on Hazy, and 6 to 4 Olenoehty. Won by 
thirty lengths. 1 min. ftft see. 

St. Leger Staket of 350t, for 8 yr olds ; D.L 
Nntshell, by Nutwiib, Sst 71b - Flatman 1 

Garfiirth, 8»t 7lb - Bartholomew s 

Mooltan, Sst 21b . . J . Marson 8 

Nutcracker, Sst 71b • - Marlow 4 

Ahdallah. 8>t 21b - . - Sly ft 

7 to 4 agst Nutshell, ft to 2 agst Mooltan, and 4 to I 
agst Nutcracker. Won by half a length; a bad 
third. 4 min. 7 sec. 

Oranbv Siaka of 200/., for 2 yr olds; turn of tlie 



Prestige, by Epirna, Sst 81b • 
Reindeer, ettTUk 



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Touttifine-BoMMalk • - W. Bojea 8 

5 to I on Pnatiffe. Won bj tvD Imgtbs ; a bad 
thirU. lmla.ttMc. 

THURSDAY.— SN>#<^f«iw« of l«.; Cri. Co. 
Dni«enc«, by Gladiator, tt yn, 8tt 8lb Flatman I 
.^Ung. 8 jn, au alb - > Temiilcman S 

Hind of tb« Pomt, Syn, 9iit - J. Sbarp a 

to 5 ant Diligence. St to I afst SUng, and S to 1 
■gtt Htnaof tha PuresL Won by half a length; • 
neck between second and tbird. 

Ttmm Piatt of SO/., for 8 ur oldt ; D.I. 
B. c by Dromedary, d. by Ualatto, 

««t7lb - - - P.Butler 1 

Cariboo, art Tib - . Flatman t 

Hhedycina. 8st 8lb . - W. Boyce 8 

C to 1 on Cariboo. Von by a lengtb. S.min. 
M etc. 

iraie*. 100: T.Y.C.— Santiago, by St. Francb. 
•rt 91b (F.Butler), beat b. c. byTamua- Fair Jane, 
8tt Sib (Rogers), by a neck. 7 to 4 on Santiago. 
1 min. tt Mc. 

9HMii*t PlaU of lOSf. s H.C. 
8t Roealia, by St Francis, 4 yn, 10*t 

7»> - - - - F.Butler I 

Little Jack, 8 yre, Sit tlb . Flatman 8 

Zadoc, 8 yrs, 9»t tlb - - A. Day 8 

Van Dieuian, 4 yrt, lOnt 7Ib - Templeman 4 

Goodwood, 4 yrs, lOtt 7lb • - Daley 5 

6 tn 4 a^at Si Kosalta, 7 to 4 agst Little Jack, i to 1 
■gst Zadoc, and 8 to 1 agsi Van Dleman. Won by 
half a lengtb ; Zadoo beaten two lenuths. 7 min. 
81 sec. 

Third Tutr of tK« Fint TrUtmtat Stakei of lOltf., 
for foar year olits ; D. I. 
Landgrare, by Sir Hcrcule*, att 7lb Flatman 1 
Blthiron, 8at 71b > .Martow 8 

Vntlcwn. 8«t7rb - • A. Dity 8 

Herbert, 8st 71b - - F. Butler 4 

Leiitla, sat 41b - - - . Sly A 

Fire-eater, 8it 71b - - Robin«on 6 

6 to 5 agat Vatican, 9 to 8 agit Elthiron, 4 to i 
agst Landgrave, and IiMo i ng»t Herbert. Won by 
a lengtb : three lengths between second and third. 
8 min. SS sec. 

Rutland Stakts of 9801.^ for two year olds ; Cri. Co. 
littckhouud, byTheOglT Buck, 8st 7lb Fltitman 1 
Merry Peal. 8st 81b - - J. MHrson S 

Ariisan.8«t7lb • • F.Butler 8 

Beaufort, est 71b • - Robinson 4 

Phlegeibon,8kt7lb - - Marlow 5 

ft to 4 on Merry Peiil. and 8 to 1 ant Buckhound. 
Won by a head ; a bad tliird. 

Match : T Y.C. — F. hv St Francis — Taurina, 
8-t Sib, received 100 ft from c. by Siuioom — Lady 
Caroline, Sst 7lb. 

Match, est 4lb each ; T.Y.C.— Citadel, by Epims 
received lOu ft from Argo. 

Match; TY.C— Sioyon, by Bay Middloton, Set, 
received AO ft from Teeswaler, Sst 81b. 

WOODFORD. 
TUESDAY, Oct, l^lToodford Sialu* of SOf. ; twice 

ro. iin<l a dis. 
Martingale, by The Saddler, • yrs, 

arilOlb • . Hackett 8 I 

Fremier, 4yni, 8st Olb (carr 8st l01b)F. Bell 4 8 8 
Jessie, 4 yrs, 8tt 71b- - Fnget 1 dit 

MounUitt Dew, aged. Sst lOlb Barnard 8 dis 
New Forest Doe, 4 yrs, Sst (carr 

8i>t lllb) - • . Reed dis 

Black Doe. 5 yrs, Sst 7lh . Grubb ilis 

The flritt heat won by a lengtb, the woond by half 
a lengtli, and the third heut won by two lengths. 
Jessie diatanoed for carryioK 81b over without hiivine 
declared it. 

Talfy'ho Slain of !«f . ; twice ro. and a dis. 
MarlfaigAle. Bat lllb - HMvkett i 1 | 

Valiant, aged. Oat lllb (carr 

tat 181b) • • . Taylor 8 8 8 

Chevy Chase (late Autocrat) Ost lllb 

(carr lOrt) - - Heed 1 a dr 

Each li8ai won easy. 



WBDNESDAY^ZadiM* Plate of llL ; tvion iy». . 

and a dis. 
Mountain Dew, 6 yrs Barnard 1 | 

Valiant, aged ... Taylor fell 

Won in a canter. 
ConnHatiom Handieap of 18/. ; twice ro. and a die* 
MartingHle, by The Saddler, aged. 

IUt4lb - Mr Fredericks « 3 1 t 

Mountain Dew, Itst/Ib Mr Barnard 1 2 8 dr 
Solon. 4 yra, lOst lOlb • Hackett 4 1 S dr 

New Porest Doe, 4 yrs, lOst 7lb Reed 8 4 4 dr 
The firtt lieat won by a neck, the second by a 
bead, and the third by half a neck. 

CHESTERFIELD. 
WEDNESDAY, Oe/.S—SfeMpttekctofaol. ; €tmr. 
Sunrise (late Emily Ann), by Emilins, 



Syrs,7»t 

Marc-wand, 8 yra, Sst Olb • LoaffatMlT 8 

Lodona, 8 yn. Sst ftib - - ({. Oatca 8 

8 to 1 on Soniise. Won by half a head. 

ChatMPorlA i'/aie of 801. ; onoe ro. and a dit. 

Cloth%rorker, by The Prime Warden, 

4yrs,8stlllb - . 6. Hall 1 1 

Ladv Hylda.8yrs. SstOlb G. Abdale S 9. 

Bedford. 8 yrs, Ost I8lb - . Well* » 8 

Loo, 8 yra, Oat lOlb • - Arnold 4 dr 

First beat won by tbree parts of a leogtlt; tbe 
second by tbree parts of a length. 

Seorado/e Stakes of 84/.; once ro. 
May<d«y. by bro. to Riddleaworth, 4 yrs, 

Sst 71b - - - Wells 1 

Tity.4yrs.7ttl8lb(80sov.) - .Qabome 8 

Miss Lottery, 8 yra, 7* 5lb - Arnold 8 

Boundless. 4 yrs. Sat 41b (50 Bov) Haven 

Fanny, 6 yra, Sst hib • - - Henry 

Bfvn on M las Lottery, 8 tol agst Tity. Woa by a 
head. Tbe winner claimed for «u/. 

2anlM«p«rt' Stakn oftTl. ; 1 mi. 4 fiir. 
B«v«rsion, by Inheritor, 4 ym. 

Sat 71b - - . Rider 4 1 I 

Impression, 8 yrs, 7«t Olb • Lowe l 8 « 

Snowdrift, 8 yrs,7at 121b - O. Hall 8 8 dr 

iBkcnlapins, 8yrs, 78t71b • G. Oaicii tf dr 

The nrat beat won by half a neck, the second 
easily, and the third by half a bead. 
THURSDAY.— Cikes<er/<ld Stakes of M ; once ro. 
Impression, by St. Prancia, 8 yra, 7at Lowe Oil 
Snowdrift. 8 yrs, 7st 31b • Arnold I 3 8 

Cosachia. 6 yrs > > WelU % u dr 

Bevenlon. 4 yrs. Ost • Rider 8 dr 

Tity, 4 yra, sst 81b - . Oaborne 8 dr 

The first heat won bv half a lengib ; the second 
by a length ; the third cleverly. 

LadUi* Plate of 89/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Hay Day, 4 yrs OBt 81b - - Wells I 1 

Mi»s Lottery, 8 yrs, ost 181 b - Arnold 8 8 
The Stranger*s Daughter, 8 yrs, 

Ost 71b - - - Osborne 4 S 

Boundless, 4 yrs, 7st Olb • Haven 8 4 

Tbe first bent won by half • length, and the se- 
cond by half a neck. 

Handicap of 84i. ; I mi. 
Loo, by Tonchstone, 8 yrs, Ost. (oar. 

Osttlh) . . Arnold 1 4 1 

Bedford, 8 yrs, Ort 4Ib - Wells 8 1 8 

iEaculaplua, 8 yiB, 7st Olb Osborne 4 8 8 

Boundless, 4 yra, 7bI iKlb - Havens 8X0 

Each heat won by half a neck. 

MONMOUTH. 

THURSDAY, Oct. B.—Momnouthehire Staket of 

14W. ; thrice ro. 

Docility, by Defence. 4 yrs, Ost Olb - Holdway l 

HHlf-and-half. aited, 8»t7lb - Sly, jan. s 

Mignon,0 yrs, 7Btdlb(iacL Sib over) Waketield 8 

Sam Hood, 8 yrs, Sst - Abrahauts 4 

8 to 1 on UociUiy. Won by eight lengths. 

Wye Stakea of SO/. ; twice ro. 

Electrioftr, by Loadstone. S yra. Oat 71b Enoch I 1 

Pride of Edea,0 yra. Sat 71b (incl. 

4lbover) - . _ Wilcox 8 8 

Sam Hood, 5 yrs, Sst I3lb • Abrahams 3 dr 
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Haek SlalM pf t\l. ; twice to, and a dia. - 
I Efcft*ettieitt, b7 Harkaway, 5 jn, 

9»t illb - . Abrahamt I l 

1 Inin. aged, 10«t 6lb - . gait 8 S 

1 Pride of Eden, 6 yn, lOst lib - Wilcox 8 8 

Fir»t heat won by a length, the second by two 
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Chippenham 'Stnktt of 9U. 
and a di<. 

Docility, 4 TTLTttrlbOntl. Jib ex.) Holdway I I 
Mi^non, « yn, Jut &lb - Wakeliald 8 8 

Chicot, 4 yrs, 9t l»lb - Prce<« 3 8 

8 to 1 on Docility. The Orst beat won by half a 
neck. The lecond easily. 

Handicap of 511. ; once ro. and a din. 
Elopmnent, bv Hurkaway, 5 yrs, 

7«tWb - . C. Moon I 1 

Ima, aged, 8st 51b - - Hold way t 2 

Xam Hood, 5 yr«, 8tt l£lb - AbrHham* 8 

Electricity, 8 yr*, 6at 51b - Enoch t 

Pride of Eden, eyn. est IStb J. Brace 

First heat woo by a bead ; a dead heat for second. 
The second heat won by half a length. 

UPTON-ON-SEVERN. 
TUESDAY, Oct. 8.— Upiow 6take$ Handicap of 
861.; lmr.4lur. 
Forester, 4 yrs, 7«t Mb - Wells 1 I 

Fazeley (h. b.), aged, 8st Sib . Yates 

Sarah, 4 yrs, 8st Sib - • W. White 

Both heats won in a canter. 
SdUng Stakes of SOL ; once ro. and a dis. 
BatvioKt by Melboumei 8 yrs, 

«»t9lb ... Lowe Oil 

The False Gem (late Carbuncle), 

4.vni,7M4lb - -• Evans 10 2 

Boundless, 4 yrs, 7st 181b (car. Sib. 
„.<»»")„ ^ ^ : - - Carlisle 8 

Plainti<rch.b.),4yxs,8staib White 

Paul, 3 rrs, (tot 81b - - Caner dr 

Harum Scarum, 8 vrs, 8st 81b Well* 8 dr 

Sarab» 4 yn, 7SC lolb - . Moon 3 dr 

Each beat won easily. 

Severn Stake* Handicap of 58/. ; once ro. and a dis 
Selina, by Longsigbt, 4 yrs, 

7atltlb - . . Carlisle 1 I 

Panope.3yrs,7tt6lb . Thick I 8 

Impresslon,8yrB,7stiSlb - Lowe 8 8 

Wallace, 8 yrs, 7st - - Evans 8 dr 

The first heat won by half a length, the others 
easilj. 

CHESTER AUTUMN. 
TUESDAY. Oct. 9.— Autumn Ttial Staket of 45(. ; 

1 mi. 8 fur. 
The Black Doctor, by The Doctor, 8 yrs. 

Oat 81b {\nc\. 51b. ex.) - Osborne 1 

Riiot, 4 yrs, 8«t 181b - . Sly,Jttn 8 

Brocoli, 8 yrs, 7st 8lb - Charlton 8 

a tol on The Black Doctor. Won by half a length. 

Brocoli beaten off. 

f >» itnndicti^ af HU=, : <it\ t9 TO. and a dis» 
Id njLH Doirnn. bj Thi: ^ummyt aged, 

7*1 7lb _ _ . J.Evans I 

Cfludlok, 8yr«, Sat £lb - Osborne 8 

■jrifrf, 4yrs, 7it I3lb « . Crouch 8 

Hibdklr V , a ym. Sik 71 b - O. Whltehoute 

ILaniElne&j iHr>di Bal i/ih ~ . G. Abdale 

MniiloFT^iini Valk^, 4Tni,UiU(5lb Noble 

t;iMKw9fk«r> 4 yn. Sri 41 b (l^eL 5lbaz.^ G. Hall 
JMjfUk'r. 4 yr», Jfli 7\h tr^rr 7nt Itib) Rodney 
tfltfr Ofeiin^ ngrd, 7it 7ib - - Nock 

MiiTfc Tapley, S yr«, 7«t i«lb (Lncl. 

ftLbv.) ^ - -Cartwright 

AldEalA,4yrs. 7stAlb - - W.Sharp 

Ciiiyliaower, a yri* 7U Sib (isorr 7Bt lOlb) Charlton 

» Thel'itui, a^n^ 0«i5lb * . Johnston 1 

3 i«i 1 3Lat». iil^didle, 4 to i agst Clothworker, 
to a agst Mark Tapley. 6 to 1 agst Juggler. 5 to 1 
agst Maid of Team Valley, to 1 agst Grier, « to 1 
airst Bomanoe, and 8 to 1 agst Master Dowmes. 
Won by a tongth ; two l«ngtbib«tw«ta Mcond and 



Iftftfy R Stake* of 80f : 6 fur. 
Sir Robert (h. b.), 8 yrs, 9st 81b (loci. 

aibex.) - . - ^ Slv.jun 1 

Aristos, 8 yrs, 7st lib - - T. Lve 8 

Sunriae, 8 yrs, 7«t 31b (ind 81b ex.) Osborne 3 

Brocoli, 3 yrs, 8st 01b Wbitdionse 4 

Ch. c. by General Pollock— Cambrian 

Queen, 8 yrs, 7st 51b - - Crouch 5 

4 to 4 agst Aristos. 5 to 8 against Sir Robert, and 
8 to 1 agst Sunrise. Won by two lengths. 

Sdracen*t Head Handicap of 80(. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
The Cocktail, by The Provost, 4 yrs, «st 

I8lb (ind. Olb ex.) - - T. Lye I 

Keleshea. 6 yrs. 7st - - Charlton 8 

AbbcMof Jerveaux,byrs,5st - Asbmell 8 

Ladv Hylda, « yrs, 8st 181b ^incl. 

Olb ex.) - - - Osborne 

Joe Sutherland. 4 yrs, «st7Ib - Arnold 

Reality, 5 yrs. Set lOlb - Johnnon 

Candlewick. 8 yrs. 4st 8lb (car. 4st 181b) Barker 

6 to 4 agst Candlewick, 8 to 1 a^kt Reality, 5 to I 
agst Cocktail, and 6 to 1 against Lady Hylda. Won 
by a length ; two lengths between second and 
third. 

SeliiHg Stakes of 65/. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Cantab, by The Doctor. 8 yrs, 6st I8lb - Lye t 
Snowdrift, S yrn, 8st Illb • W. Sharpe 8 

Pancey, 8 yrs, (tot 4lb - - Osborne 8 

CacUifiower, 5 yrs, 8st Ulb . J.Evans 

Harkover, 6yrs,8st - , Keegan 

B. in. by Jereed, d. by Cadland, 5 yrs, 

8«t • - - - G. Whitebouse 

The Augean, 8 vrs. est 81b . . Charlton 

8 to I ant CanUb, and 8 to 1 agst Snowdrift. 
Won by half a length, notlting near the first two. 
The winner entered to be sold for 501. ; was sold for 
100 gs. 

Handicap of 80/., for two year olds 



. ; 6 fur. 

Avia. by Faugh a-Ballagb, 7»t tfib Crouch 

.... - yH, . 



Aristos. 8st 

Coauette. 7tt Olb 

B. f. by Trueboy. 8st 81b • 

Joe Kiddy, 7st Olb 

Forest Deer, 7st Olfar 



Lye 
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On borne 
Denman 
Wllbeiforce 



7 to 4 and 8 to I agst Avia. 7 to S agst Joe Kiddy, 
and 5 to 1 agst CoqueUc. Won by about a length. 
WEDNESDAY.— Gtoiui Stand Handicap of 40/. : 

7 fur. 
The Black Doctor, 8ftt 71b 6. Abdale walked over 
; 1 mi. 7 fur. 



Chester Stakes (Handicap) of 810/. ; 1 
Fugleman, by Ihe Saddler. 5 yrs. 



tlSlb 



Charlton 
Arnold 
WelU 
- Lilly 
T. Lye 
Rodney 
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The Cocktail, 4 yrs, est 81b (51b ex.) 

Wilmont, a yrs, 4st Sib 

Ballinafadti vr<^, 71L mlb 

Inheritreu, nca^, ;sL sib * 

Juggler. 4. vr-.eint'b* 

Portia, 4 yrn, &vLB\tf 

Spot,4yr%.'i«.i7Ui . W. Shanie 

Keleshea, 1$ vr-,«tt4lb - - Osborne 

8 to 1 and :i tm t na^x Fuulcman, ? to 8 ag«t Cock- 

rail, 6 to 1 QKiit BidUnuM, iind lO Ui 1 agst any 
other. WoD by a nec■k^ ih^.' jti-ccind }ietitlng the (hiid 
by a head; l^ullinafMd a bad fourth. 
_^ SiMep(taicesof95/.; 1 mi. 8 fur. 

The Savage, by St Martin, 8 yrs, 7at lib T. Lye t 
Cantab, 8 yrs, 7st Olb • - Arnold 8 

Stanton, 4 yrs. 9*t 5lb • Whitehoose 

Ausfean, 8 yis, 7Bt I8lb - . Wllberfurce 

Aldgate. 4 yrs, 8«t 71b - • W. Sharpe 

Rose Bradwardine, 8 yrs, 7st 71b • Brandwood O 
Master Downes, aged. Oat 81b - Sly 

Snowdrift, 8 yrs. 7»t ISlb . Weaver o 

Brocoli, 8 yrs, 7st lib - - Charlton 9 

The Mease. yrs, »st 81V • . Evans 

Clara. 6 yrs, 0st 81b - - Abdale 

8 to 1 agst Cantab, to 8 agst Master Downes, 
7 to 8 agst Stanton, and 4 to I agst The Savaee. 
Won by half a length. The whinar entered for 
80 SOT., was sold for 85 sov. 

Leoiathan 8take$ of 8M., for three year olds ; 

1 mi. fur. 

Mark Tapky, by The Hydra, 8st 81b Cartwright | 

JaekBriggs, astSlb • - Whltehouse S 

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i Trad*$$mm*» ITtUtr Oof (llM«<ic«» of UW. ; 
tnica ro. wd a dit. 
Gmieral Sale, br Coronation, 4 yra, 

lOst 51b . . - Mr Hfldlof 1 

Hatf-Md-half. agMl, l«M ftlk • Mr Davenport S 
CockUlt. 4 rn. lOst 61b (inol. Mb ax.) Mr Kiag 8 
B«llinarad.6]rn>lUt7lb - CaptWhita 

Valiant, aged, lOrt 81b (lad. 81b as ) Mr Oaman o 

« to 4 ant Half-and half, S to I agit SalUnafHd, 
a to S each af«t Cocktail and Valiant, and 7 to 1 
agst General Sale Won by half a length ; a length 
between Mcond and third. 

Svambtt Selling Slahet of SAL ; 6 fur. 
SunriM, by Emtlini. 8 jn, S»t 81b Otborna 1 

CaulitloMer, &yri, Sstltlb - J. Frott S 

firenda. 8 yrt, <»t - • Aahmell 8 

LaVolaaM,4Trs,8rt91b - O. Abdale 

Pamey, 8 jrrt. Sit lib - WhitehouM 

« to t agM Cauliflower. 5 to 1 njnt La Voleute, 5 
to 8 aicat Muutee, andS to 1 agst Paniey. Won by 
half a length. The vianer. entered to be sold for 
4M., was sold by ancUon for 801. 

BMwr 8htH«r HandUap of 681. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Reality, by A(cident.8yrs.7st - Arnold 1 

A bbeas of Jcrveaux, 8 yrt, 8st 4lb Charlton S 

Lady Hylda, 6yrs.8«tl01b - O. Abdale 

Ribaldry, A ym.ast 51b • O. Wbltetaouse 
Valiant, HgedySst - - J. Evans 

JoeSulhecland. 4yrs,7stlOlh • Lye o 

Gaffer Orevn, aged, 7»t lOlb - W. Sharps 

Won by half a neek ( Gaffbr Green a good thiid« 
Ribaldry* fburth. 

CHALK FARM. 

WEDNESDAY. OeU O.-Liemued VMHtOUrf 

Plata ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 

Mirtingale. by Tbe Saddler. 9st Hackfttt S 1 1 

Pell-mell, 9st 81b - - Pricf 1 8 dr 

New Foreftt Doe, 4 yrs, 0st • ' Bead 8 8 dr 

RaOnad Hurdle Slakes : 1 mi. 1 liir. 
Martingale, by Tbe Saddler, aged, 

I0tt4lb ... Hackett 
New Forest Doe, 4.yrs, lOst 4lb Reed S 8 dr 

Oameenck,9stllIb -. - Pratt i 8 dr 

Sir Tatton Sykes, 8st lllb - Price 8 4 dr 

THVViSDAY.^-Con$olatton Handleap ; 1 ml. 
Sfur. 
New Forent Doe, 4 ym, lOst 4lb - Reed 1 
Little Tominv, aged, flst 71b • Hackett 8 8 
Jessica, aged, fist 91b • -Strange 8 8 

CALEDONIAN HUNT AND PERTH. 
WEDNESDAY, Oet. 8.— CaMimJan Handicap of 

S65f . ; 8 mi. 
Haricot, by Mango or Lanercost, 8 yrs, 

7*t8lb . - - G. Oaten 1 

John Dory, 4yrs,7st 4lb - H. Bolicrtson 8 

Eltbiron, 4 yrs, 8st lOlb . - Marlow di» 

6 to 4 agst Ellhiron, t to 1 agst Hnrirot, and 
5 to I agst John Dory. Won by a length. Elthiron 
ran on the wrong side of a pont. 

Plate of 502. ; once ro. and a df<. 
flwaledale, by Stockport, 4 yrs, - G. Gates 1 1 
Sir Astley Cooper, 8 yrs > . A lad S 

Pawnbroker, aged • • J.Dow 8 

Gulliver, 4 yrs • • Masham C dr 

Belus, 4 yrs • - • Marlow 8 dr 

Aapa«ia. 5 yrs - . Thrift 4 dr. 

Woodland, 4 vrs • H. nobertsea dn 

Aoth heats won cleverly. 

THURSDAY. — Ciii«doaian Hunl Cmp of 1051. ; 

ami. 

Haricot, 8 yrs, 7«t . . G. Gates 1 

h'glantlne. aged, est . H.Robertson S 

Won in a canter. 

Membenf Plate of ft W. ; twice ro. > 

Swaledale, 4 yrs. 9at 8lb > - O. Gates 1 

Luxury, 8 yrs, 7>t 18lb - . HnlllwaU 8 

AspasijBi,5yrs,0stlSlb - H. Bobartaen 8 

Won by a length. 

Plate ofSOl.; lmL4far. 

John Dory, by Alphens, 4 yrs, 

list lUb . . . Thrift S 1 1 

Sir Astley Cooper»tyra,7Mflb Gocteii 18 2 



184 

^4]n,tKil«lb H. Rabertsoo 8 8 8 
The first halt was won by half a laagtb, and thi 
others clevar^. 

PRIDAY.— QH««n'f Pb/'oflOSl. ; 4 mi. 
Haricot, 8 yrs . G. Dates walked over 

Jfandieap of 911. ; once ro. 
Crl^eti' (\nlB La Malhareuse). by Inheritor, 

? irf- art leib (carr. Sst l»bj - Thriit i 

J |H I arc, 4 yrs, 8»t 51b - H. Rohert»oQ t 

H •. \ivn, Mst 181b - . U. Oates 

8 iV. 4yn, 9st7lb - Halllwell 

G r, -■ jn, 8Kt lib • * BN»ham « 

E. , : UL, i>ged,7stl8lb -- . Skreoe 

Lhx .1^,^ l,rs, 7st . - Goodxil o 

Lillii, 4 tft, 7st - - - Kyaii 

■* lo I >u'->t Haricot. 4 to 1 agst John Dory. 4 to I 
agit ^^4 ^ hhIsI^ and 5 to I agst Cybele. Wun by a 
neck. 

Hoelr Stakee of 181. ; half a mile. 
Fite-^barles • . - J. Byan 1 

Madg* Wildfire . . . Hookara S 

laUia ... Gooaall 8 

HvrdI* Slaftef of 451. ; once ro. and n dis. 
The Celt (h. b.), 4 yrs - MrCunnin;;ham 1 
Heir-at- Law, aged • - Mr Tavlor 2 

PeUicoat, aged ... Mr Hill 
Tommy, aged . . Mr Llovd o 

Sir John, aged (fiiU) • . Mr Haipcr « 

NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER. 
MONDAY. Ocf. 14.— 60/.; A. F. 
Mildew, by8hina.8Trs,7it71b - KIntntaa 1 
Pitsfbrd. 8 yrs. 7>t 71b - . Matoa 1 

.TheSwede, 8yrs. 7at7lb > . W. Abdale 3 

Kis«nway. 4 yrs, Sst 71 b * . Bogrrs 4 

Nutm^. Syrs, 7M7lb . - J. Idaan i 

Br. f. by Muley Molocb, d. by Camel, 8 yn. 

7st7lo .... Deaa 6 

A to 4 agst Pitsfbrd, » to i ant Mildew, and 6 to 1 
agst Kissaway. Won by a length ; a bad third. 
Bun in 8 min. 80 sec. 

BwtpHakte o(aU.; T. Y. a 
Preslaw, by Tbe Provost, 8 yrs, 8Bt 41b FIntman 1 
Uasy. a yrs. 6st 71b . - W. Harlock t 

Honeycomb, 4 yrs, 9st tlb > RoliinMni 3 

WbiUtone, 5 yrs, Ost tlb . - W. Rovoe 4 

S to 1 airst Honeycomb, 5 to 8 each agst Whitstoae 
and Hasy. and 8 to I agst Preslaw. Won hy r 
length ; half a lengtfi between second and third ; a 
bad fourth. I min. 14 sec. 

Handleap Streepttaket((f'i90l.; T.Y. C. 
Eliza Middleton, by Bay Middleton, 

8 yrs, 7st lib . - W. Sharps I 

Plougbboy. 4 yrs, Sst Sib > - FUiman i 

Vlsite. 8 yrs. «Bt llh . - W. Harfnck 3 

St Ann, 5 yrs. 8st 71b • . W. Boyoe 

Harriott, 8 yrs, 8Bt 41b . Whitehouse 

Westow.4yrs, 7tt lllb . - Pettfi 

Sagacity. 8 yrs, 7st 4 lb - G. Brown • 

Khedyrina, 8 yrs, 7«t 4lb - - Dockeray o 

Beau Pr^ Belle, « yn>, 6st 91b - Charltnfi 

Second Chance, 8 yrs, Sst • - Hammond • 

Hlppia, 8 yrs, 5st ivlb . - Barker 

410 1 agtitElisa Middleton, 5 to 1 each anstWectov 
and Second Chance, and « to 1 each agst Hanioet 
and Plongbboy. Won by a neck: the same beiween 
second and third : Second Chance a good founb ; 
Rhedycina fifth, well up. 1 min. 18 sec 

807. (Second Class), for two year olds ; T. Y. C. 
Prestige, by Epirus, 8«t 51b - A. Day I 

B. o by Dromedary, d. by Mulatto, 

BrtTib - - -P. Butler t 

Turtle. Sst 5lb ... PlHtnuM I 

Br. f. by Css^ar^Ennuch's d., Sst 5lb Simpson < 
Labyrinth. Sst 7lb . Marlow I 

B. f. by Amorino— Ear-ring, Sst ftlb S. Rogers I 
B. f. by Charlea XIL— MangeLwuxel, 

Sst 51b . . . W. BoTce < 

B. c. by Sir Hereules— Empress, Sst Tib Sir I 

S to 1 asfst Turtle. 5 to 8 agst Ear-ring, f., and * 
to I agahist c — Bmpress. Won by a neck ; half* 
langtii between second a«d thjlrd : JEmnnaa colt • 
badfourth. 1 min. 13 sec •* __. 



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OCTOBEB, I860. 



126 



JfafeA. 100: T. T. C— Uriel, \ij ToucbstoiM, 
flit 5th (P. Batter), bent br. f. bjr Lnnercoet or Re- 
triever— PhjMlls.Ort £lb (6. Huon), by t«o length*. 
4 to 1 oa Uriel. 1 min. 11 see. 

502. (Second Clau), for two year olds ; T. Y. C. 
Tbeaeus, by Minotaur, 8M 71b - Rogers I 

Cane. 8>t 71b - • • PlRtman 8 

Br. c. by Ascot— Tertatrix, 8st Jib J. Marsoa 8 
PMiueCta, 8*t &lb - • A. Day 4 

Ischia, But 51b - - Templeman 

Gavtass.llstftlb « - Bartfioloinew 

Hazy. 8M 51b - . • J. Sharp 

Bl. c. by Prince Caradoo— Mias Julia 

Benoett, est 7lb - - Whitehouae 

& c. Slane— Odessa, Ost 71b - - Sly 

5 to 4 agst Theseus, 8 to 1 agst bro. to Truthteller, 
and 5 to 1 agst Cane. Won by a len^^h ; a length 
between second and third; a bad fourth. 1 uin. 
12 sec. 

Match, WU. ; D. M.— Bee-hunter, by Gladiator, 
8st7lb (Fiatman), beatClella, 7st Ulb (Norman), 
by a length. 5 to 4 on Clelia. 1 min. 42 sec. 



StfetffWfaikM of 1100/., for four year olds; B. C. 
Old Dan Tucker, by Picaroon, 8st 7ib A. Dav 1 
Vatican, 8st 71b • - Ttanplemah • 

Champion, Dst 7lb - • P. Butler 

Even on Vntican. and to 4 agst Old Dan Tucker. 
Won by three leng^s; Champion <* nowhere." 
Not timed. 

SweepHakei ot 270/.. for three year old fillies ; D. M. 
Ondine. by The ProTost, 

8st 4lb - - Robinson walked orer 

Sio«eps(alrM of too/. ; Ab. m. 
Bordeaux, by Cotherstone P. Butler walked over 

MaIeK 800/ , 50ft : D.H.— Willtam the Conqueror, 
bv Touchstone, 8st 71b, reoeited 50/. from St Sophia. 
, 8^t. 

TrienttitU Produce lfa/c&.— Col Peel received firom 
Ld Glasgow, 

TOESDA Y.— SiM«pj/ditM ef 101. : Ctl. Co. 
Moaipensirr, 6 yre, 9st - - W. Abdale 1 

llippogrifT, 2 yrs. Ost lOIb - - Charlton 2 

Sa donyx. 2 yr», Ost 101b . - J.Walker 8 

6 to a agst Montpensier, 5 to two each agst Sar- 
donyx and HippogrUr. Won by a length ; a bml 
third. 1 min. 10 sec. 



r-jH'ilLiiiai,* Tin, iw alb* • A. Day t 

Latt l1 . rn v<i, 4 y ti , dki | a] b (rarr 7st sib) S. Mann 8 

1 ruuncrr^ gym, Hftt4lb - - Rogers • 

U nauiw, IT yf,, Hst 1 1 b (carr 8st Sib) Robinson 
liu4*b<ir,i<ugfa, 9 yxs, ^iUllb (Ind. 

fiih es.) ^ . . Whitehouse 

^TiEKWMl^rFn.ljTH., yitolb - -Lye 

Bulifiislircs^a, it jri, ?<l Ulb (carr 

7=.tjylhj - . - W. Boyce 

M>iL:F.r^d;.±yT«,'tiaib Wakefield, sen " 



olds; Ofur. 
- Abdale I 



Handicap Swetrpttakct ot 45/., for 2 yr ol 
Antigone, by Thistkwhipper, 8st Tib W. 
Theorem. 8st 7lb 
Bro. to Willingham,8rt41b . F. BuUer- 3 

Heirloom, 8st )(lb - - J.Marson 4 

10 to agst Antigone, • to 1 agst Bro. to WiU 
lingham, and 5 to 2 agst Theorem. Won by a 
leagtlr; a bad third. 1 min. 128 sac 

Clearwai 8tak«$ of «20<., <br 8 yr olds ; T. Y. C. 
The Prima Minister, by Melboumei 



8st lOlb 
Confideoce, M. 61b 
Turtle. 8st Ulb 
Kortuna. 8si 51b - 
Mida.s.8st7lb 
Solomon, Sst Tib 
The Squaw, 8it 51^ 
Breba. S^t 5lb - 
Zegri, 8st 71b 



- Marlow 

. F. Butler 

Robinson 

Bartholomew 

Norman 

A. Day 

FlatmHU 

• J. Marson 

- Pettit 



8 to 4 agbt Prime Minister, 2 to 1 agst Confldenee, 
and 4 to 1 ngst Breba. Won by two lengths; a 
length beiweeii second and third ;' Solomon well up 
with Turtle. 1 min. 12 sec 

Roifal Stake* of lOOOl , for 8 yr olds ; A. F. 
Tomboy, by The Nob, 8st jlb - S. Rogers 1 

Cianbeiry. 8m 7ib - - J. Marson 2 

Longinns, by Slane, Sst 71b - . Platman 8 

B. c. by Iristi Blrdeatcber, d. by Dr 
Syntax, 8st 71b - - P.Butler 4 

6 to 4 agst LonginU!', and 2 to t each ag»t Crau' 
berry ana Tomboy. Won by a short head ; three 
parts of a length between second and third ; the 
tourth beaten off. 2 min. SO tec. 

CetarewUck Stakee (Handicap) of 18401., CeMir. Co. 
Glanca, by Cotherstone, 4 ti>, 7st 7lb - Chappie 1 



li;j.Gkblwj.ijrs,7W.7Jb - - Fiatman 

l'-i»(*i««4Tr»,7st7lib - Dockeray 

Li^iienUrPUin, 4 yu, JstAV (cair 

*st Bibji . - - Simpson • 

fi«iu.aDjayti, r>t3ib - - Pettli u 

C'linnLrcv, 4 yn, 7&t lib - ' Cbarlton 

Fim|i^T-l»coup*,4 vrstT*! lib - -Rodney 

A t», 4yrs,8*U0lb' - - Walker 

lLoq«^cflthb^ ■( jr>, fl^Olb - G.Mann 

Tay1l.Bitfcit5 3fri, Cit rv*> - - W. Harlock 

A I Li r 5£(^, i 1 r», fjst 51 b fc^rr OM 8lb) W. Sharpe 
L iLrl V i-ilr Bi a J r », .i*t 1 1 lb - J . Osborne 

t:iL,.iiU-*u'K.3yfi.5*tlllb - WelU O 

lu£, -I jra.^t I<u1b - • T. Smith 

Kuitrutlttr, j j-rt, eiiwlb - - Barker 

7 Ttj 4 *ipt LHiitlgrate, 5 lo « agst Backbiter. 8 to I 
ar-^l I'l^M-dtixilus, ti to 1 Bgst Lady Eden, 15 to 1 
a Kit VVnnxtet 14 ta I agst bijowi«orm, 10 to 1 agst 
li.. Iftfitrvlic, lu IS L ii««t I'riestess, 25 to i agst 
Trituiwei, « lo i a^^t KuuboriiUgh. 25 to 1 aast 
LeirrtO*rrt4in, J>A to i *tni L^etitia, 40 to 1 agst To- 

EhojiA, iftd Btl ED J BfFi Giituca. Won by a neck ; a 
t!Jil t.«t#rHi KcutMi uBd tbiid; a neck between 
Liiiid^rnv* mid bugleldalt, and the same between 
JatLfi tod 1'rvuuoi, r i itolingbroke a badnixih; 
Tiiih^tiuKventbi fiackUter eighth. 8min.59seo. 

i^Hf#|*!ffltM r, r f Oi* f *r.8 yr olds ; D. M. 
Bu',1 finch, fey SWd«, Ji»L ;lb - - PettU 1 

FtriMUMle. (liti<lj . - W. Abdale 2 

Ki[)srrcjm;j>tM:7tb ' - - Sly 8 

^t t-i. 4 ciicb aisi Bnllfiflch and King of Cymr). 
Won b/ a length \ hnir a JeBgth between second and 
U'jird. 1 1131^11. 47 »ec. 

fiftifekt fbt 71b e^iii i □. M.— Musician, by Laner- 
o.»L reteirsdi l»J. iih frusn Seigiua. 

lVEt)Ni:SDAVH—T'«» Plate of .'^0<; T. M. M. 

Wta.Lo.H't by McllHJurQe,^ yrs, 8st 4lb F. Butler 1 

N LLiiiir^H <i yr* 1 :7i,t lib - • i. Mann 2 

BilliB^ljjia tU- h-'h ^yr&, 7it4lb Hammond tt 

Dijubi,4 yrfe^ifsl: 4lli - - Wbiiehouae 4 
fi iM fr agKi W^kiuw, i to L against Nutmq;. Won 
by twu LEii^it>. 

MaitK JWO'- : T. M. M.— Caneiou, br Melbourne, 
Ur*t ^ ¥. Riitlef 3+ buat tJnrdenia, 7st «lb (Flaiman), 

by A Jen^ib. b to 3 urn L'airtzou. 8 min. 31 sec. 

,V„(eh, iDCi! , Bst Jib Mch ; Y. C— Mahraita, by 
HNtUKnijp 4 jr» iV botirt), beat b. c. by Bay 
MhJLlU'E«>u^L;.«7linlniOjr* ^Platman), by a length. 
2 iy 1 L.u IH Ah rail*, ii #etL. 

5iW|xiaA^or40L; T. Y. C. 
Bf]1ilincb,bF6Uiie. Sjn.^t - Pettit 1 

H ,;y, i yri, 7it - - O. E. Sharp 2 

P.iiiU a^tt. fell - - . Robinson 8 

B. e. by Don Jabii^£lopment,2 yn, 

-ft p[b i^ ' • Chappie 4 

Virtut, Errs. Hit Ulb « • H.Bell 5 

? to 4 sgsi lluMf^ Kiid S 10 1 agst Bullfinch. Won 
by a b^Mil : « b»4 lUlm* 1 min. 18 sec. The 
wjan4<r cbilmed lat SOL 

tHindiiMp Stti^pH^e at$m. ; for 2 yr old*.— Last 
llaj/Dl Ab. M. 
Tli«Dln<rkKepi>H Itip.7atl01b - Fiatman 1 

Kciitfht *f ihv Tlxl!»LEi^,lMl iflb - W. Abdale 8 

Bl c. by I'rlncB tJ4*F«du.L— Miss Julia 

BcatieiL,?!! lOLb - - Whitehouse 3 

Tt:.*< SquM^r, Utl aib ' - - Rogers 4 

B. f, by F«iil:>iiu{)iv-V>rii.|^7st7lb Chappie 5 

Tl^iakubii^m, tlyt ^ . . Petbt 6 

A riii s calU n^'t The Si|usw and Viiago H, 8 to 1 
■g3i Tbit HiKck ^ea. And A lo I'agst Prince Caradoo 
o. Wan by a Ti«dk ; half a length between second 
aftd lJiir4 ; a b»d limrUi, *7 MC. . 



127 



t Btdf^rd Siaket of 4tM ; far S yr (»ld«.«Fm>m tb« 

Ancutar p<wt to tho Duke's stand. 
ComUace, bjr Kpinu.8st«lb • FUtman 

Midas, 8rt7l» • - -Norman 

Cnseus.8»t4lb ... Marlow 

BeHotort, Sat 10 . • Robtnwm 

Phleff^-hon, 8«t4lb > > W. Boyce 

« k> 4 oa Cnaeas and 4 to 1 ant -" - **" 

bt hair a length ; the same bet . 
third ; a bad fourth. 1 vaka SO see. 
THURSDAY.— 8wMpi<ateir of MOL, for 8 yr olds ; 

A. P. 
Nutshell, by Nutwith, 7st ISIb . Nornvm 1 
William the Conqueror, 7st ISlb Platmaa 1 

S to 4 on W. the Conqueror. Won by two lengths. 
S min 19 sec. 



OCTOBER, 1850. 



128 



Constance. Won 



SwttptlaJMt of 401., for 1 vr olds ; T.T.C. 
Theorem, by Don Jol^n, 8st Mb "' ' 



Flatmaa 

Charlton 

Temulennsn 

A.Day 

Dartholorrew 



Hipposrifi; Dst 71b 
I»chia,8stSlb . 
Solomon, ilst 7lb 
Gaylass, est 5Ib • 

ft to 4 Hgst i<olomon» and 8 to 4 agst Theorem. 
Won bv a neck ; the Dnme betwpen second aod 
third, and a hqad between third and fourth ; Oay- 
laas beaten otf. 1 niin. IS nee. 

BwtajMakt* €St»l. ; flnt hilf of Ab. M. 
Antigone, by lliistlewhippcr, t yrs, 

8st71b ... Charlton 1 

Plongb-bor, 4 yrs, Sst I lib • > PUtnmn 8 

Newport. 4 yrs. Sot 1 lib - F. Butler 8 

Cane, 8 yrs, 8st 71b - - Barker 4 

Oladiolc, 3 yrs, 8st 81b -> Rogers 

The Moor. 9 yrs. 9sc . -W. Abdale 

Dolly Vardeo, 4 yrs, 8st 111b - • PeUit ^ 



7 to 4 agii Newport, A to S iM^t Plow 



Ottxh-boy, nnc! 
igtb; n Icngtl 



5 to 1 R|rst Antigone. Won by a teni, 

and a half between secood and third ; a bad fbuith 

The winner was claimed lor 800<. ftO sec. 

HmdieamSwMptMft of BM.; D. M. 
Candlewick, by The Ftima Warden, 

7st lOlb . . W. Sharp* 1 

Preslaw, 8st 71b • * Norman 8 

Sisyphus, Svt 4lb . . - Beblnaon 8 

Humphrey, 7st Alb (ca)rr.7st 71b) Platman 

8 to 1 ngst Candlewick, « to 1 agst Humphrey, and 
5 to Sagst Preslaw. Won by a length ; half a length 
betweensecond and third; a bad fourth. lmln.48sec. 
Swetpttaktt of 70l., forSyr olds; first half of Ah.M. 
FauxHpas. bv Taurus, Set Sib - J. Mai son 1 
8Uplefield,'8Bt 71b > . - F.Butler S 

Julia, 8st Sib . - - A. Dav 

The Lioness, 8st 51b - • Pattft 

The Rejected. 8st Sib . - Bartholomew 

Missile. 8st 91b - - Rosers 

Ch. c by Tbistle-ahlpper— Louisa W. Abdale 
B. c. by Venison— Marpee«a • Plaiman 

A to 8 agst Faux-pas, 7 to 8 agst Julia, S to i each 
agst Lou&a c. and Marpessa c, nnd 7 to 1 agst any 
otlMT. Won by a lengith ; half a length between 
second and third, and a length between third and 
fburth. The winner was claimed Tor 4U{. 98 sec. 
firetiy Stakm of 0501 , for 8 yr old flilie* ; 8 tar. 
Catalpa. bv Epirus, Osc 7lb > - Platman 1 

Coticula, 8st7lb . > Robinson 8 

Meriy Peal. 8st 71b . > J. Marson 8 

Theorem, 8«t 7tb - - P. Butter 4 

7 to 4 each agst Catalpa and Merry Peal, and 
5 to 8 affst CoticuU. Won by half a length ; the 
Name between first and second, and third and fourth. 
1 min. 19 >ee. 

HaadtMpPfofeoflOOl. : A. P. 
Borneo, by Cotberstone. 4 yrs. 8st «lb J. Marson 1 
Legerdemain, 4 yrs, 7st»lh • . Flutman 2 

Snowstorm. 4 yrs. 78t ISIb > - Lye 8 

Cbantrey, 4 yrs, 7"t iSlb . - Simptan 

Repletion, 4 yrs, 7si 8lb - - Cronch 

Baroness, 4 yrs, 7st Sib . .Charlton 

Cranberry, a yrs, 7*t «lb - - G. Brown 

Mav-dav, 4 yrs, 7st - - Plummor 

Kathleen, 8 yrs, 7st - - G.Mann 

Chabttm, 8 yrs, Ost lUb - Price, iun. 

Subterfuge, 8 yrs. Ost Blh • . W. Harlock 

Beau Pro Belle, 4 yrs, Ost 6lb. T.Smith 

Castle, 8 yrs, ftst lOlb - • WeUs 



A to • agst Castle, and 4to 1 agst Borneo ; « to 1 
each agst Snowstorm and Legerdenmin, and 7 to I 
agst any other. Won bv a length ; a length and n half 
betircen secood und ihird; Cranlierrv foattb, and 
ttie Castle fifth ; Subterfuge did not get off. 8 mm. 
10 sec. 

CroeoHr Stakes of 1501.. for 3 yr olds; Cosar. Co. 
B. c. bv Dromedary, d. by Mulatto, 

8st 7lb - - - F. Butler I 

Necklace, est 81b - - Roger* 8 

A to 4 on Dromedary c. Won by two Icngtlia. 

If«te*,8»t 71b each: D. M.— The Bee>biinter, by 
Gladiator, received AOl. ft. from John o' Groat. 

FRIDAY— IfaleA, COOL, h.ft., T.Y.C.— PWegra, 
by Phlegon. 8st 4lb (Norman), bent Pfarouetle. list 
4fb (F. Sutler), by a length. 8 to 1 on Hhlcgnu 
1 min. 14 sec. 

Sn^Mjpttahet of 180/ : T. T. C. 
Califoi nia. bv Muley Molooh, 8 yrs, 7»t W. Sharps I 
The Swede, 8 vrs. 7st lOlb - W. Abdale t 

Longinus. 8 yrs, 7St uilt - - Flatuian + 

Strongbow, 4 yrs. Ost Olb - J. Marmn 

Mildew, » yrs, SstOlb • . A. Dnv 

Fufico, 4 vrs, 7st 4ll» - - G. Brown 

Hind ofthe Forest. A yis.7st lib G. B. Sharpe 
QIadfole. Syrs,Oitl«ib . .J.CHborae 

Sisyphus, 8 yrs. Ost lOlb > CliHrlton 

A to 8 agst Mildew, 7 to 2 nest California. to 1 
agst Longinus. to I agst Strongbow, and 10 to 1 
agst The Swede. Won by a head ; a dead licMt lor 
second; Mildew and Gladiole close up. 1 min. 
IS sec. 

Prndergtut Stakti of 575A, for S y r old* : T.Y.C. 
MidoH, by Bcirnm, Ost 71b - - Norrnan 1 

Christina. 8st Alb . - A. Day 8 

MtadeUSstlUb - - - FUtman s 

Breba. SstSlb • • Templeinan 4 

Guy Miuinering, 8st 71b - Bartholomew 5 

to 4 on Citadel. 4 to 1 itgst M idHi», and 5 to 1 
agst Breba. Won by a lenjirth ; half n length be. 
tween Christina and Citadel, the others close up. 
1 mht. 14 sec. 

SnetptlakM of 80/., for S yr olds ; first half of Ab. M. 
Solomon, by K 0, 8st 7lb - A. Day 1 

Ch. f. bv Pantaloon-Virago, est Alb . Robin>on S 
Stapiefield, 8st 71b • F. Butler s 

A to 4 on Solomon. Won by three lengths. The 
winner claimed for 40/. A I sec. 

P<M«Si0eepi(a<w<of0OO{.; T.Y.C. 
Ariosto, by Orlnndo, Ost 4lb Flatman walked over 
Match i A. F.-Clelta, by Tlie Provost. 7at isib, 
leed 100/. from Cariboo, ast7ib. 

Maiehi D.M— Bordeaux, bvCothei«tone,8Bt7lb, 
reed 1001. from Utrecht, 8st lib. 
Th» Whip was not challenged for. 

WREXHAM. 

TUESDAY, Oct. It.— Produce Sediei of SO/., for 8 yr 

olds; lmi.4(ur. 

, by Gladiator, Ost O.Oalet walked over 

Seramble Stdbss of 88/. ; 1 mi. S fur. 



Pilot, by Bran, 3 yrs, 7st Sib - - Weaver 1 

Magic Wand, 8 yrs, 7st Sib . Penton S 

Pansey, 8 yrs, 7»t Alb - - Evans 3 

Boadicea, 8 yr«, 7st Itib • . Tiim.tr 

Augean. 8 yrs, 7st Olb . Wilberforcc 

Bedford, 8 yrs, 7at 6lb (bolted) - Roden 

Won by a bead. 
Wmnstay Handicap of 148/. $ C ml. 
Wilmont, by Tlie Hydra, 3 yrs 0«t Sib Roden 1 
Abbess of Jerveaux. 8 yrs. fist lOlb . Nicholls S 
Flash, 3 yrs, Ost 8lb • - T. Dodd S 

Spot.4yrs, 8st 7lb - - R. Sly.jun. 

Lady Jersey, 4 vr», est lib ' G. Oat^-s 

Cingari. 4 yrs, 7-t I3lb . • Evans 

Ri«k {h. b.), 8 yrs. Ost Olb (bolted) Cliff 

S to 1 agst Flash, 8 to 1 agst Wilmont, 4 to 1 ngst 
Cingnri, and A to 1 agst Spot. Won by half h neok ; 
half a length between second and thiid ; Lsuly Jet' 
sey a bad tourth. 

SeUing StaksM of 4.5/. ; 1 mi. 
Master Downas, br The Mummy, or 
. Tunworth, aged, Ost Sib Sly, Jut. | 9 | 



129 



T.Dodd 
G.Oates 
J. Evans 



Wilberforce dr 
Roden 8 dr 



T4i90kb7, Syrs, eat lilb - 
ClarH«9 5rs,6at6lb - 
CiOfMbia. 6 yr*. 8Bt 5Ib - 
Aueean, 3 yn, flit 81b (incl. 

Sib extra) 
Paneey, 8yrB.88t5Ib - 

Tlie first beat won by a head, the second clereily, 
' and the third by a neck. The winner was aold for 
85g*. 

Cavalry Staket of 2fl<. ; I mi. 2 fur. 
Queen oftheVae, 4 yn, list - Mr R Birch 
Lottery, 5 yrs, llstSib - . Clymmot 

Gt. f by Dr Hooks,8yr8,0st7lb Mr R. J. Kirch 
Reveller, aged, list 1 lib ■ Wainwright 2 dr 

Both beats won in a canter. 

WEDNE«:DAY.-J'ttv«mI« Handicap of 451. : 4 ftir. 
Pilot,8yr«,8Bt7)b - - B.Sly,jnn. 1 

Br«nd«, 2 yrs, flst S2!b . Ashmall 2 

Mitgic Wand, 8 yrs, 8st 7lb - Longstaff 

Caqvetle, 2 yrs, 3st l lib - Nicbolls 

Timotbeus, 2 yrs, flst &lb - • Roden 

Angean, 8 yrs, 7st 7lb - G. Oates 

« to 4 aght Pilot, 5 to 8 agst Coquette, 8 to 1 agst 
Brcnda, and 4 to 1 agst Mngic Wand. Won by a 
length; half a length between second and third, 
Augean fourth. 

Gold Cup Staket of M/. ; 8 mi. 
Abb«BS of Jerreaoz, by Gladiator, 8 yrs, 

estuib . . . Nkb.'IU 1 

Maid of Team Valley, 4 yrs, 8st 71b - N <j1j i l- i 

Plash, 8 yrs. 7it 51b • - iVilun 3 

liritbder,8yrs, 7st . - Wilbcfuice: 

Et!ret,5yrii, »st ... EikreiL 
Wilmont, 8 yrn, 7st5Ib - Tuio^.r 

General Sale, 4 yrs. 8».t7lb - J. E^ nns, 

2 to 1 agst Gen. Sale, 5 to 2 ant M. of Team Va I ;ey, 
knd 4 to 1 agst any other. Won bv half n \angthi 
Plash beaten two lengths. General Sale fourth. 

Brjfn-y-pift Fret Handicap of45L ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 
^afftr Green, by Obadiali, aged, 

7steib - - Weaver 11 

Br. f. by The Proroet, 4 yrs, 

^s( 181b « Wilberforce 10 8 8 

Lady Jprsey, 4yrs, 7stlllb G.Oates 10 8 
Cosarhia, 6 yr», eat lib . Roden 8 8 dr 

Kelefchea, 8 yrs. 8sl 71b - J. Evmas X dr 
Wilmont,8yrs,7»t - W. Co well 8 dr 
Sin to Mud-boots, 4yis,78tllb Weaver 8 dr 
• Kirat heat won by a length; second by half a 
neck ; third and fi>urth in a canter. 

Hurdle Staket of 261. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Hercules, 5 yrs, i:2st Sib MrSmallwood 1 
Elisena. 5vrs. llstJ7lb > Mr R. Birch 1 2 2 
Jessie, aged, lUt t lib Mr S. Wainwnglit 1 
Reveller, aged, list I lib MrT.WHinwri|{ht 2 dr 
Old Actress, 5 yrs, 1 Istyib Mr J. Clar 8 dr 

First heat won by a length, tbe second bv three 
lengths easily, and the third cleverly. Alter the 
third heat was concluded, it was so dark that to run 
otftbe deciding beat was impossible, and the owners 
of Jeaaie, Elizena, and Hercules agreed to divide the 
stakes. 

LEEK. 
MONDAY, Oct. n.^8meepttak«t of 84f. ; thrice ro. 

and a dis. 
Pooaev, by Magpie, 8 yrs, 7Bt 4lb Donald 1 1 
Keptttse. 5 vrs, 88t 1 lib - - Frost S 2 

Latitat, 5 yrs, 8»t 111b - Livesey 8 8 

The Khade, 5 yrs, 8st 4lb •> - Holland 4 4 

The first heat won easily by three lengths, and 
the second by two lengths. 

A BurHle iiu>etptt^nt of 82/. } Imi. 8 fur. 
Gracey, by Lanercoet, 5 yrs, list 

lOlb - - • Pattison 8 1 1 

Frederick Jerorofc, 6 yrs, list 101b Boote 18 2 
TheGray Mare, 4yrs, 10st41b J. Whitty 8 4 8 
Slip, 5 yrs, list - - Fletcher 4 8 4 

Lanreuma, 6 yrs, list 61b (inch Sib 
, over) ■. . . Flint Odr 

First heat won bv two lengths, the second by a 
lengb, and the third by he^lt a neck.. 



OCTOBER, 1850. 



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TUESDAY.— Jfoorland Staket of 84/. ; twice ro. 
and a dis. | 

Latitat, by Touchstone, 5 vrs, 9st 

81b - - '. Livesey 4 4 11 

Tbe Flirt, 4 yrs, 8st A. Fre»boum«i 8 1 2 dr 

Harum-scarum, 8 yrs, 7st > J. Jones 8 3 8 dr 
Cyntbia, 4 yrs, 8st - Pattinson 1 8 dis 

First heat won bv a head, the second br a lenetb, 
the third by half a length. 

The Town Hack Stake$, (wice rotmd* were won, in 
three heats, by Jennv Lind, 5 yrs, 9st 7lb (T. Clay- 
ton), beating Goldfinder, 6 yrs, lOst (and lllb over), 
(Mr Keeling), and Bob, aged, 9st 4lb (Turner). 
A Handicap of lOl., with a Purte added ; twice ro. 

and a dis. 
The Flirt, by Gladiator, 4 yrs,8st A. Freebourne 1 
Cynthia. 4 yrs, 8st - . Pattinson 8 

Shade, 5 yrs, flst 101b (carr. 71 Ub) Donald 8 

Repulse, 5 yrs, tot 41b - . > Frost 4 

BRIGHTON AUTUMN. 
TTtESDAT, Oci. t-L-Truif Staket at 841. ; T.Y.C. 
HfrriHLn', hj ClaUiaKir, 4 yrs, 8st 131b Preston 1 
Ch r/li^ HaLsn— li>Hlftuy'>d.,8yrs, 7at Crouch 8 
Senpsdl, flyri,7»tll!<i - • Wakefield 

Sli FtinliiiAisOi a^cd, Oitilb - Chariot 

Sol-311, 4 jr», Jit Bib - - Heavens o 

Mdr,.^.-.*, <L^*d, Sit - - . Hall 

Th<: i;:i-fiwnef, 4 yrs. Pal jLlli - T. Bum 

Shri]v>^h.'r(i Wiich, S vfs, 7it 91b (carr. 

J-^tMlbJ 
Yo. li {U.1^ GKm^ii■^^fk^, nged, 7st lllb 
CuTiin«i, 4jrn. a»t:tlb . - 

Batiikiiini 4 yit^Bhi filTi - W. Abdale 

MafL'lilonesiS, 4 yn,a*t ibib (carr. 9st 

lltlij . . . 

JeHie (iKte Buvy-fbol] , 4 j ts, 8st 

liM<li - ' - Rob. Sherwood 

ElGpcnienU £ irrs, est Clb • - HSoon 

S til fl ugfl Krrciinv, S io t each Sbrnpshire Witch 
and dJaui^B t^lly^ 7 i^ i AkTtt Coronet, and 10 to 1 
agSL 4iiy ti^vr. Wau li^ a length; Elopement 
third ; SeutgLtll, Skr^^iMtilrci Witch, and Jessie close 
up. 

Brighton Autumn Hawn^ap of 801. ; New Co. 
The Handsome Doe, by Venison, 8 yrs, 



Brooks 
Winkel 
F. bell 



Sumner D 



F. Gilbert 

T. Bum 

- Brooks 

Treen 

W. Abdale 

Abrahams 

Crouch 



7Bt 81b 
Red Doe, 5 yrs. 7«t Olb • 
Thibauit, 4 yrs, 7at 12ib 
Quiver, 4 yrs, 8st 81b 
Minimum, 4 yrs, 8st lib 
Sir Gilbert, 4yrs. Sst lib - 
The Crowner, 4 yrs, 7st 4lb 

5 to 8 each agst Quiver and Minimum, 8 to 1 ngst 
The Handsome Doe, upd 5 tn 1 ajfut Thibauit. 
Won by a length ; half a length between second 
aitd third ; Sir Gilbert a good fourth. 

Hwnt^rs' Stakes of 801. ; New Co. 
Passion-flower, by Kremlin, 5 yrs, lOst 

I2lb (including 51b ex ) - - Peed 1 1 

Martinj;ale, aged, 18i«t lib - Fredericks 2 2 

Boundless, 4 yrs, list Ub • ■ Land dis 

First heat won by two lengths, and the second by 
two lengths. 

The Southdown Plate of 821. ; New Co. 
Red Doe, by Venison, 5 yr-, SstfllbT. burn 4 11 
Arlette. 3 yrs, 7st 4lb (carr. 

7SI 5lb) - - Rob. Sherwood 1 8 dr 

Highwayman, aged, ICst 51b F.fiell 3 2 dr 

Fanny Hill (late Archery), 5 yr», 

0«t91b - - Donaldoon 2 dr 

Morocco, aged. lOst 21b - T. Parr dis 

Morocco lame in first for the firKtheat, but took 
the wiong course; the second heat won in u 
canter. 

THURSDAY.— F#a<Art- Plateof 401.; New Co. 
Tbe Handsome Doe by Venison, 8 yrs, 

71K eib - - - - i'. Burn 1 

BHBk«r,8 yrs, 5st 7lb (carr. 56t 101b) Giliett « 
Jessie, 4 yrs, 8st 21b • . I'a):«t 3 

Staatord, 8 yrs, 4«t 1 lib (carr. 48t UXh) Smitb 4 
Seosinunis of the North, 8 yrs, Sst 
. *•*> - - - R. Sherrard «> 

Isabella, 8 yrs, 4st lllb - . . ~ Fordham ' B 



131 

6 to 4 en tlM HiuidiiAtn* Doe, and 5 to S agat Im< 
b«U«. Won hy ibrae Itngtbt. 

8Miti/t Stakn of Mt.; Bristol Mi. 
HeroiiM.4ypi, lOit 7ll> (incL Sib ex J T. Brown 



1 1 



Morocco, aged, lOii 81b - - T. Pair 

SwguH, • yn, 9«t «lb • . Price 

Elopcmcni, 5 yrt, IVtt • - Moon 4 

Cb. f. by Ratan— Koducy'a dam, S yra, 

7at 4Ib - • • Croiicb S 

Arlette, 8 y», 7it 41b • Plimmer S 

Solon, 4«r>.aiClllb - - HackeU 

Speculation. 4 yrt, IM 41b • O.Hull 

Lady Trypbeoa, 4 yn, 8st 41b (cart. 
AM 81b) - • - Donnldion 

First Doat won by • lanstb, second by half a 
ragth. Tbe winner, entered for lOOf., was sold by 
uction for 1401. 

KaUway BnrdU Hmdkup of ASl.; New Co. 
The Genemlt by Irish Birdontcber, aged. 



OCTOBER, 1850. 132 

by three parts of a length ; a length betipeen aabaari 
and third; Ada Mary well up. 

Mmid«m Plate of 401. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Tork-yon*re*waated, by Jeremy Diddler, 

Syrs, flstlUb . Wakefield. Jiin. 4 5 f f 
Magic Wand. 8 yrs, 7st I>odd 8 1 S 9 

The Shareholder, 4 vrs. Sat ttb Metcalfe 14 4 8 
Sir Cbarlcs. 4 yrs. ait Sib -Cartwrght 5 « 3 
Bedford. 8 yrs.7M • Boden S 8 dr 

The fint beat won by hntf a length, the second by 
two l<;ngtbs, the third by half a length, and the 
fbvrth by half a length. 



Land 

Mr Wilkin* 

Eatwell 

Capt Thomas 

- I>onaldson 

T. Brown 

Barker 

Abrahams 



llstlOlb 
Ima. Nged. list lOlb • 
Lady Fordwich. aged, lUt4lb 
Merryman, aged, lOst itlb 
Fanny Hill,6yr», lOst IXlb 
Bedford, 4 yrs, lOst lOlb 
Young Sultan, 6 yrs, lOst 7lb 
Pandea, 8 yrs. 9st 41b - _ 

6 to 4 agtt Tbe Oeoeral, 5 to S agat Pnndea, 8 to i 
agst Ima, and 5 to 1 agstany other. Won by half 
a length. 

SMktg HmrdU Race of 881. 
ImR,by-8irHerculea,aged,l>st»lbMrWUkins 1 1 
Martingale, C yrs, 1 lat 91b - T. Brown 8 8 
Boundless, 4 yrs, lOst lOlb Mr Und 8 8 

8irRobcrt81oper,S yrs, list 41b Fredericks S 
Wire, aged, list 71b • - Hewitt 4 

Gag (late Sorerelgo}, 8 yrs « O. Reeves dr 
New Forest Doe. 4 yrs. Iii»t8lb - Keed lell 

Won by two lengths; New Forest Doe fell at the 
last hurdle. Second won by a length, 

Consolalioii SeramMe Hmtdieap of Slf. ; 4 fbr. 
Marchioness, by Leander, 4 yrs, 8st 

7lH • . • Sinmonds 1 

Shrcfishire Witch. A yrs, 8st lib AbrahMns 8 

Elopement, A yrs, lOat 41b • Moon 8 

Fsnny HiU, A yrs, lOit - • Donaldson 

Seagull, e yrs. 8st 71b • - Price 

Boundless, 4 yrs, 9st - • Paget 

Ch. f. by Ratan— Rodney's dam. 8 yrs, 

»st - - . . Mifflin 

S to I agst Marchioness, 8 to I agst Shropshire 
Witch, and 4 to 1 agst any other. Won by a lun^ih ; 
the same between second and third ; Seagull a bad 
fourth. 

NORTHALLERTON. 

THURSDAY, Oet.U.^Tmt Ye^r Old Staku of 
83*. ; T. Y. C. 
Nancy, by Pompey, 7» i>ib • F. Marson 1 
Sunrise, 8st 71b ... Osborne S 
The Cutler, 8st lOlb > . Fenn 8 

Pandemns, 8st Alb - Cartwnuht 4 

B- c. by Ksd Rover—sis. to Porto Bellu. 

8st 81b (carr 8st 4lb) > Winteriogham A 

Rraaan, Sat Alb > - Holmes 

Bk. c. by Sir Hercules— Lantern, 

SKAlb > . . Wakefield, jun 7 

Even 00 Nancr, 8 to 1 agst The Cutler 4 to I 
agot Stmrise. Won by two lengths; the same 
between second and third. 

North Biding Hmmdieap STaist of 1881. ; twice ro. 
and *. dis. 



The Cocktail, by Tbe 1 rovost, 4 yrs, 

est lib - 
Andalusian, 4 yrs, 7*t 8lb 



Alp, 4 yrs, 7st 91b 
Ada Mary, 4 yrs, 7«t Alb 
VanKUsrd, 4 yrs. Mat Mb 
Mysticle. 4 yrs, 8st 1 1 lb 
Sis. to Swallow, 8 yn, 6st 8tb 

Sacrifice, 8 yrs, Aet 181b - 

KilUu-cure, 8 yn, Ast I01b(carr Ast islb) Wood u 

AtoSagiitAdaMary, 8 to 1 agst Tbe Cocktail, 

4 to 1 agst Yaaguard, A to 1 agrt any other. Won 



T. Lve 

Wakefield, jun 

G. Oaics 

• Osboene 

Holmes 

Ryan 

T. Dodd 



Amatmr Statm otfSL ; 1 mi. 
Reversion, hv Inheritor, 4 yr*, lOst Sib 

(carr lOst ilb) - Mr J. H. Peart 5 I I 

Timothy. 8 yrs, Ost 81b • Loagstaff 1 S dr 

Ladr-1'm-off, Ajrrs. llsteib Mr Harlow* 8 8 dr 
B. f. by Young Priam, d. by Contest (h. b.), 

8 yrn, 8»t 01b • • F. Marsnn 8 4 dr 

Bluebcird, 6 yrs, lost 1 lib G. Abdale 4 dz 

* C. W intrmgbam in the second heat. 

The first heat won bybalf a length, tbe second by 
a length. 
FRIDAY.— ^tt-4ff«d Stakm of 49L ; cnce ro. and 

a dis. 
The Cntler, by Sheffield, 8 yrs, 

6st Alb • . > J. Osborne I 

Unity, 8 yrs, Ost Sib . . T. Dodd 8 

Laura, 8yrs,7st7lb . -Wakefield 8 

B. £ by Cfalaor— Pyrrha, 8 yrs, Aet 111b Hatby 4 
Bro. to Flirt, S yrs, 6»t . - Rraa.iun A 

Mona's Pride, 8 yrs, Ost . • Saundets 

A to 4 on Unity, and 8 to I agst The Cutler. Won 
by half a length, the second beating the third by a 
length, the Oalaor filly well up. 

NortkalUrUm Handieap of 7iL I once ro. 
Magic Wand, by Sleight of-haad, 8 yn., 



Ada Mary, 4 yrs, 7«t 7Ib 
Miss LotMry, 3 yrs, Ost 71b • 
Alp. 4 yrs, 7st lOlb 
Vanguard, 4 yrs, 8st Alb 
Lady-I.am-off, A yrs, 7st lib 
Joe Sutiierland, 4 yrs, Ost l«lb 
Sis. tn Swallow, 8 yn, Ost 4lb 
Sacrifice, 8 yrs. Ost > 



T. Dodd I 

Osborne 1 

> Arnold 8 

G. OaCM 4 

- Holmes 

Wakefield 

. ^Mmaon 

- Ells • 

Ryan d 

: a neck between second 



Won by half a length 
and third; Alp well up. 

SelliHg Piatt ot en. 
Andalusian, by Liverpool Jun., syts, 

7*t«lb ... Arnold 0011 
Till' tv .1.111 1 ,n It, 8 yrs, Aet Olb Johnson 4 1 8 dr 
ReTcifl^rv, 4 irs, 7bi - T. Lye DOS 

Ai'cu ,tVHti4, tiyrs, Ost 4lb . Osborne 2 3 
ObVh^i iwHk, if vrs, est 181b Wakefield 8 4 
Th«! ^V.MrdioVicJr, 4yTs. OstSIb ^ood A A i 
Wo^.LLlMik3,4]rrs.7*tl8lb • G.Oates 
La< I V - 1 iM 1 1 - (^Lt; A yrs, 8»t lib (carr. 

Si'i Ml^; - > > Hobnes 7 

TlBiiKi'iii'ir. .nr«,est . J. Dodd 1 8 dr 

Cot^'^^liia, 15 vrs8«tAlb . Boden 8 4 dr 

Thi' n rk'i h*^i%t won by a neck, the second by half 
a Hi-iiiiibH Kcxi the third by a neck. The winner, 
entii^Ld fDi: MC, was sold after the race fi»r 7«l. 

HEREFORD. 
THURSDAY, Oct, U.—Btreford$liir« Staku of 
HOI. ; 8 mi. 8 fur. 
Zadoe, by Bay Middleton, 8 yrs, 7st lib Treea 1 
Agi's, A yrs, 8st lib - • Denmaa 8 

Halfand-Hair, aged, 8st lib - Weaver 8 

Mignon, 6 yrs, flat 91b > - Enoch 4 

Bacton, 8 yrs, est lib . . Wells A 

8 to 1 agst Zadoc, 8 to 1 agst Agis, 4 to 1 agat 
I. Won by a head. 

StoJrst of AOL ; 1 mL'4 for. 
«yr». 



Electricity, by 
flst lUb - 
Tuscan, A yx*. 8st lib 
PlataiUff, A yrs. 8st 
Streamer, Ayrs, 8st 
Nancy Dawson, 7st 81b 
TniHndaiae, 4 yrs, 7bt 4lb 



. _ Enoch 8 

1 



Smith . . _ 

Wakefield A 8 4 

. Wells 8 4dr 

Weaver 4 dr 
heat won easily. 



188 



pof II5Z.; twice ro,:and adit. 

Coloeynthns, by Cardinal Puff, 4 yi«, 

lOstSIb . - • Olliver 4 I 1 

Agis. 5 yrt, lUt «lb - C«pt Little 1 « 8 

F^tey;aged, I0*t lUb - Yeate. a 8 

CmI*, 4 yrs, 9ftt lOlb - Archer 2 4 4 

cSicpt. 4 yr., lOet 4lb (bro. do.) Hawkin. dr 

Kate Kaani^, aged. 10»t - FrUby 8 dr 

New Foiesi Deer, aged, lOrt ^ , ^ ,^ ^ . 

111b - • - Wakefield dr 
Cbicot broke down la the second beat. 

VRIDAY^—Free Han*Ueap of Bil. ; once to. 

El«ctcicity.8yis,7*t5lb - - Enoch 1 

Bu»cot,4yr»,8rt8lb - - Denman S 

Plaiatiff, ft yrs. 7>t 181b - - ^\*»**' ^ 

Streamer, ft yn,7stOlb- - Treen 4 

lYw Handicap al SM. ; once ro. 

TruandaJse, by Stockport. 4 yis, 7A Wlb Weaw 1 

Ciwtaia Pnrry» 4 yrs. lost 81b - Wakefield 8 

Ttucan, 5yis,«st lOlb - • Denman 8 
Won by a length. 

of 148L; lnii.0far. 

. Wells I 

Enoch S 

Treen 8 

Weaver 4 



OCTOBER, 1850. 134 

7 to 4 agat Bordeaux, 8 to 1 agst Woodlark. 6 to 1 

agst Legerdemain, and 7 to I each agst BasUnado 

and Won't-TOu-come-ont-to-night. won by two 

- - ths between second and ibird; 



Ciiu Cup (Handicap) o 
Elobert(h.b.).5ttftkb 



'Ci 
Sir Robert . 
MigDon. est lllh 
Zadoc. 3 yrs. 7st lib 
Colucyntbus. 7st Mb 



8 dr 
dr 
dr 
dr 



Won by about half a length. 
}^e« Handieap HunOe StakM of 18M. ; 1 mi. 4 for. 
VfestB, bv The Saddler, aged, lOst Yeates « I 
l|itlf-Hnd hair, aged, list 41b Sly.jon. ■ - 
finscot. 4 yrs, lOst - - Arclier 

Woodland Marv. aged, 9st lOlb Boyce 
Kate Kearney, 9st l«h H. Crickmero 

Queen of tbe Vale, 9it - Bradley 

« to 4 on Vesta. Won easily. 

NEWMARKET HOUGHTON. 
MONDAY. Oct. W.—Hanilieap Sweepttaku of aoL; 

DM. 

Hardlnse. by Sir Hercules, 8 yrs, 8st Sib Flatman 1 

OardOBia. ftyr«,8^t7ib - - Norman 8 

4 to 1 en Hardinge. Won by half » length. 

I mitt, ftt sec. 

Porftit CItat of Handieap Steeepttaket of 4W. ; D.M. 
ft. Ann. bv St. Francis, 9 yrs, 8st 4lb W. Boyce 1 



lengths ; three lengtbs betwe 

Compasss fourth ; Tophana fifth. 8 mm. 6 sf c. 

CHttrion Stnket of 850i., for 8 yr olds ; Crl. Co, 
B. 0. by Touchstobo— Mountain Hylpb, 

8si 71b • - - G. Simpson 

Confessor, Sat 7lb - - J. Marson 

Ariosto, 8«t Tib 
Anspacb. 8st 61b - 
Mr. Merryman, 8st 71b 
Coticuia, 8st 81b tincL 81b ex.) 
Once -more, Sstftlb * 
Phlegethon.8st7lb 



Phloi^ra, 8si lUb (incLCib ex.) 
ftlb 



Flatman 
Uegers 

Mario w 
BoblDBon 

Chappie 
W. Buyoe 

Norman 
F. Butler 

S. Mann 



bilifenoe, 3 yrs. Ssi 71b 
Odinpa«s, 8 rra. 7st 181b 
Preslaw, 8 y'ts. dst 181b 
Beauclerc, ft yrs. Bit 71b 



Charlton 
Flatman 
J. Mann 



6 to « each'a^st Compass, Diligence, and Preslaw. 
Woa by a length ; Diligence a bad third. 1 mlo. 
4ft sec. 1 

anf9epttates of «0I., for 8 yr olds ; First ba. of Ab.M. 
Solomon, bvE.0.,8st 71b - F. Butler 1 

Coil»tance,8«t6Ib - ",^V"*"*" * 

Caslellnn. 8st Sib - - ^ Whitehouie 8 

6 to 4 on Constance. Won by a head ; Castellan 
close up. d3 sec. 

Match. flOL ; T.Y.C-Hippogriff, by Montreal or 
Tbeon, 8yn«, Sst&lb (Clinrlton), beat Haay, 8 yrs, 
il»t7lb (Flatman), by two lengtbs. ft to 4 on Hippo- 
griff. Imin. 18 sec. 

SJauK IftOf.; T.Y.C.-Vis!te,ly The FroTOst, 

8 yrs, 8»t ftlb (Flatman;, beat Merry-peal, 8st ftlb 

(J. Marson), by two lengths. I mm. 1* seo. 

HoHdUap Plate of 501.; Cam. Co. 

Bordeaux, by Cotherstone, 8 yis, est iSib Collins 1 

*f- .. . y _ . _ ^, Treen S 

• Cfaarlton 8 

G. Simpson 

Whitehottse 

- Lye o 

- S. Mann 



\Vood1ark, 4 yrs, 7st 
Bullfinch, 8 yia, Ost ftlb 
Legerdemain, 4 yrs.7Bt 111b 
*Deiaulter, 5 yrs, 7st Sib 
Make ready, ft yrs. 78t «b 
Compass. 8 yrs, 7«t ftlb 
Tophana, ft yrs, 7st 8lb - 
Flare up, 8 yrs, «st 91b - 

Won"t-you-come^ut-4o nlgbt, 8 yrs, 6st 

Tib - - • - Cowley 

Jeesia (bred In France), 4 yrs, 6st 8lb Price, jun. 
B. £ by M. Moloch, d. (1838) by Camel, 

8 yr;. Cot 81b - - P'"""*"; 

Bastinado, 8 yrs. «st - Hammond 

Br. f. by SlMe~Ouxman*s d., 3 yrs, ^•t 

lOlb - - ^ • J. Smith 



J . Ohborne 

J. Knott 3 

Bobmson 

Dockrray U 

Lye 

- Norton O 
Charlton 
J. Mann O 

W. Sharps 

- Cowley 
agst Tomboy, ft to 1 



PavU 



Confidence, Sst . 

Buckhound,8st lOlb (incL3lbex.) 

Miserrima. Set 81b (incl. 81b ex ) Wl.itehouse 
ft to 4 agst Ariosto, ft to S agst Mr. Merryman, and 

4 to 1 agst Mountain Svlph colt. Won by a length ; 

two lengths between Confessor and Ariosto ; Anspach 

fourth. Coticuia fifth, and Confidence sixtli. 1 mm. 

81 sec. 

Sne»n$take* of 50l. ; Cii. Co. 

The Swede, by Charles XII., 8 yrs, 7»t 
71b . - . - W. Abdale 1 

PloughboT,4yrs,8»t8lb - /l?,^""*" * 

Newvort,'4yrs,8.t8lb - - F. Butler 8 

PreslBW. 3 yrs, 7st 71b - - J.Mann 4 

Fire King, 4 yrs, 8Bt 81b - - Petlit ft 

6 to 4 agut Newport, 8 to 1 agst The Swede, 4ind 

8 to 1 "tgsl Ploughboy. Won by Iwlf a lenRih ; two 

lengths between the second and third. I nun. 10 sec. 

TUESDAY.— Haadicojf Plate of lOW. ; 8 mi. 88 yds. 

Chan trey, by Touchstone, 4 yrs, 78t I81b F latman 1 

Gladiole, 3 yrs, 6.t 4lb - ' " '^ 

The Castle. 3 yrs, Ost 41b 

Borneo, 4 yrs, 8»t lilb 

Kissaway, 4 yrs, 7*>t lOlb 

Reversion, 4 yt», 7st «lb - 

Quasimodo, 4 yrs, 7st «lb 
Baroness, 4 yrs, 7st ftlb • 
Gardenia, 5 yrs. 7»t Sib 

Tomboy, 8 yrs, 78t 

Sir Charles. 8 vrs, Sst 12lb 

8 to 1 agst Cbamrey, 4 to 
agst Giadioie, anU to 6 I agst Kissaway. Uon by 
head ; Castle a bad third ; Borneo fourth, BMroness 
fifth, and Gardenia sixth. 8 min. 4ft sec 

Steeepataket of 60/.; Laat ha. of Ab. M. 
Fuoco, by Tallevrand, 4 yrs, 8st 4lb Bartholomew I 
Beau Pr« Belle,'4 yrs, 8st 4lb - W. Boyce 8 
Sicyon,8yrs,7stlOlb - - „!•«"» » 

MiMLaikaway,8yrs,7stl0lb - T. Burn 

Femande, 8 yrs, 7st 101b - W. Abdale 

Whiistone, ft yrs, &t 8lb - - G. E. Sharp 

Portia. 4 yr., 8»t 4lb - ^ -^ Keegan 

ft to 8 agat Portia, 3 to 1 agst Femande, and 4 lo 1 
agst Fuoco. Won by half a length ; a length be- 
ween second and third; Whiutoneand Misa Lark- 
away fi}urth and fifth. fiO sec. 
Httndieap Hweepttakee of SOl., for S yr olds ; T.Y.C. 
B.f.bTdlane-Palmyra,«yrs,«.t7lb Cb«r|U>«» » 
Humphrey, 8 yrs, 7fct3lb - G.K. Sharp 8 

Shili^lleiWi4t,8yrs,78tlMb - W. Shar|.e » 
Bushranger, 8 yrs, 8st7lb - W. Abdale 4 

Avia,8yrs,8st7lb - - Arnold ft 

8 to 1 agmt Palmyra f., ft to 8 agst Busl»rang«r, 
and 8 to lagst Shilmalier West. Won by a tengtb ; 
the same between second and thud; Bushranger a 
bad fourth. 1 min. 11 seo. 

Cambrt<fge5*{r*StaAM*(Handicap)of ISIOI. : Cam.Co. 
Landerave, bv Sir Hercules, 3 yis, est lllb 

fcarr. «Bt 18lb) - - ChHuple I 

Bordeaux. 3 yrs, Ost ftlb - - Collins fi 

Trouncer. « jrs. 8st • - - f ©gwr* f 

Maid of Masham. ft yrs, 8st 41b - G. Abdale • 
Russborou^, 8 yrs, 7st lOlb (incl. «lb 

ex ) - - - - Flatman 

Loadstone, ft yT»,7it7lb - - G.Brown 

Miss Ann, 4 yrs, 7st 81b . W. Sharpe O 

liepletion, 4 yrs, 7»t - • Crouch 

The ItHlian, 8 yrs, 8st lllb - • Lye f 

Admintstmtor, yns. Ost 101b • ^ Evwu 



by Google 



135 



OCTOBER, 1850. 



136 



Nntihell, 3 yn, tat lOlb - -J. Mann e 

Tbornhill, 4 yn, 6>t 1Mb - O. B. Sharp e 

Bauter<la>coape, 4 yn, Sat 91b (carr. Sat 

lllb) - - - - Rodney 

The King of Oude, 8 yra, Qtt 71b • Ba>ham 

Windhound, 8 yra, Oat ylb • « Arnold 

I>ocility, 4 yra, 6at 41b - • Gilbert u 

Landf^er, 4 yra. Sat 4lb • - J. Smith 

Clelia. 8 yr«. 6«t 3lb - - W. Uarkock 

R. r. bv Slane— Exotic. 8 yra, 0at Charlton 

B. c. by Gladiator— ReTiva], a yra. Sat 181b PaTis 
8i«ypbtt«, 3 yra, flat lOlb • • £. Uarriaon 

CalirorBUL.8yrs,aat8lb • • Barker 

Ondine, 8 yrs, tet 71b • - G.Mann 

& to 8 Rgkt Landgrave, 7 to 1 ag*tTrottncer,8 to 1 
agit Loadstone, 9 to 1 ag«t Italian, 10 to 1 agat Bor« 
deaujc 18 to 1 agtt K. of Oude, 15 to 1 agat Miaa 
Ann, 80 , to 1 ag>t Windbound, 80 to 1 »Aeh a«at 
Landeeer-and Exotic Ally, and 40 < >y 

other. Won bf a bead; iivo len m 

aecond and third ; the aame between • id 

Windhound; a neck between tlie li 
Itnlian; 8aulerla>coupe alxih and ;h 

aeventh ; everything elae beaten off. A^i^...,»..^r 
fell at atarting, cauaing California to lose a good 
deal ot ground. 2 min. 4 leo. 

Fifty Powirfj ; Last three milea of B.C. 
Sunrise, by Bmiliua, 8 yrii,4st - W.Carroll 1 
B t. by Theon— Lady Love, C yra, 4st 

(carr. 4«t 71b) ... Stegglea t 
Rabelais, 8 vra.7st Alb • • G. Brown 

Cb. f by St.' Francis— Taurina, 8 yii, 

4at (carr. 5»t) • • Benittead 

Iracuodua, 8yr», 4i«t • - D. Plumb 

Cane, 8 yrs, 4Bt (carr. 4st lOIb) - Tonvey 

Sxrdonyx, :i vrs, 4i>t (carr. 4at 8lb) Sherrard . 

6 to 4 MgHl Sunrise, 8 to 1 agat Cane, and 4 to 1 agst 
Theon t Won by 10 lengths. 

WEDNESDAY.— if ateA, 900I- ; T.Y.C.— Mildew, 
by Slane (Platman), 8 yra. Oat, beat Vivnndiere,^ yrs, 
«at 1 lib CLy«)> ^7 anack. 7 to 8 on Mildew. 

Swtefutakts of bOl. ; Fir»t ha. of Ab. M. 
B. f. by .Kmurino^Ear'ring, Bat 4lb > A. Day I 
Fiiax-paa, 8st 41b •' . Simpson fi 

Solomon. 8st 71b > - • F. Butler 8 

to 4 each asst Ear ^ring f and Solomon. Won by 
a length ; lialr a length between second and third. 

Ihe winner claimed far 70L 

rold8;Firatha. of Ab.M. 
> J. Evans I 
Pierre de Touche, rst lllb « Whitehouse 8 

R. c. bv Don John -Elopement, 7Bt Crouch 3 

Bl. c by Prince Caradoc— Miss Julia BenneU, 

7at 7lb > . . T. Lye 4 

Turpentine, 7>t 9lb - - Flatman 

Joe Kiddy, 7st - - -W. Sharps 

Touch<me>not, 7at - • J. M^ap 

8 to 1 agat Truth, 8 to 1 agat P. Uaradoc c, and 
4 to 1 agst Pierre de Toiicbe. Won by a length ; 
two lengths between second aad third ; P. Caradoc 
c a bad foiuth. 52 seo. 

Plata of 501. ;T.Y.C. 
Longintu, by Slane, 8 yrs, Sst iOlb Flatman 

*_.P_ — -_„ --.-.v' . Collins 

W. Abdale 

• Charlton 

Pluramer 

- Price, jun. 

J. Osborne 

each agst Onec' 



Handicap of 1 lOj , for 8 yr old 
Truth, by The Libel, 8st - 



Antigone, 8 yrs, ffst 71b 
The Swede, 8 yim, 8st lolb 
Onee.more, 9 yrs, est 71b • 
Whisper, 8 yrs, 8st 71b 
Ventre k-terre, 8yn, (tot 71b 
The Bnde, 8 yrs, est 71b 

5 to 4 on Antigone, and 4 to ] 
more and The Swede. Won by a head ;~a length 
between second and third ; Once -more a bad fourth. 
1 min. 15 aec. 

au>eep$tak*$ of 70i. ; T. Y.C. 
WoodUrk, by Veni»on, 4 yrs, 8st 81b W. Treen 1 
TbeOld Fox,4yra,8st8lb - Hom*by,Jun. 8 
Second-chance, 8 yrs, 7st 71b - Crouch s 

lliringarth, 4 yrs, 8st 91b > Bartliolon.ew 4 

The Meaae, 6 yra, 8»t 71b . J. Kvnna 5 

e to 4 on Woodiark, and 4 to 1 each agst Old Pox 
and The Meaae. Wem by a length ; two lengths 
between aecond and third ; a bad fourth. The win- 
ner claimed for 1501. I min. 13 sec. 

Rmtepalaln of aOC. ; T. Y.C. 

Ucon, by Birdcatcher, 8 rrs, 7»t 71b Chappie 1 



Dover. 5yrst8at8lb • - Dookevwir 9 

Feinande, 8yn,7st7lb - - J. Maan « 

Prntbesilea, 4 yis, 8tt 4lb • Flatman 4 

7 to 4 on Falcon. Won by a length i haU n 
length between second and tnfatl ; a bsui fbuxth, 
Thewipner claimed for 401. I min. 18 mc. 
8Mi$tg HoMiiieap or 40L ; D.M. 
MignoB, by Cardinal Puff, yrs, 7>t 

71b - . - Wake^dysen. 1 

Crucible, 4 yra, 8at 71b - Flatman 8 

Paul, 8yrs,7st4lb - > Chappie 3 

Even on Mignon, and 7 to 4 agit Crncible. Won 
by five lengths. .The winner ..clainaed for 100b 
1 min. 48 sees. 

Handicap Plait of 501. ; A.P. 
1 .V CothcratunB. Ajn,BiiL Itlb Flatman 1 



Gls 
Uei 
Ma 

Uri 
Lot 
Mu 
Mr 
Th. 
Be. 
Ad 
FU 
Bu 
Ne 
Su 
Bl. 



ill, ^vns.a.l taib 
.r..l*>'r 61'. 



iii\ tib 
■. ■ -,;*liiilb - 

. : ST-, JSL lOlb 

>. L.^oy, i ;yr*. TfftalS 

■ ' . a yrfc, ;<t 4lh 
•;r il.jr, Oji-. Jbl Hlh 
^-^'TT", irrt, 7*1 aib 

- -- li. 7RI 

'■^\ ](Mb 

• . flit UJb 

M 11 1 DC h^Paittl^'l lun, 4 jra, 
M, . - . . Collins 

:iv, 4 prt. Qst Otb - - Hsunmond 

v-t rri, flat 71b ^ -, m Baker 

■ r. '^v, ;i vn, ;i4t !^lb - Cowley 

Gilbert 



J. Oaboroc 
Fric«. just. 
F. Butler 
J. Marion 
T. Lye 
Dockerey 
Naah 
J. Mann 
J.Evaaa 
O.Ontea 
Charlton 
O. Htmn 
Plummer 



! 



a Lu ;: c.^ .VQ..I c^J^4^oji and Ldad»tone, to I agst 
Heroine, 8 to I each agst Admmwtrator, Maria 
Moot, and Uriel, nnd 10 to 1 agat Letitia. Won by 
a length ; two lengths between second and ibifd ; 
Buslitanger a bad fourth ; West Indian flfih, Uriel 
sixth, and White Lady seventh, t min. 18 see. 
Letitia went to the post, threw bar jockey, and did 
not start. 

Swtptlaka of 801. ; Last ha. of Ab. M. 
EliM Middletoo, by Bay Middleton, 3 yrs. 

8st7lb • - - Wbitehonae 1 

Cntalan, 8 yra, 8at 7lb - - Petm 8 

The Black Sea, 9 yrs, Ost 01b - Charlton 8 

Ch. f. by EpiniB— Van. 8 vrs, est 9lb Hamraond 4 

5 to 4 agst £. Middleton. Woo by a length; 
a goo4 third. 

Saefftahu of 175/., for 9 yr olds ; D.M. 
B. c. bv Toucbstonc~Mountain Sylph, 

7>t ISlb . • G.Simpson walked over 

Matcht 800/. ; Cesarawltch Co.— St. Rn«aIiH. by St. 
Francis, 8st 51b, reed 80/. ft. from Strongbow, SstTlb* 

THURSDAY.— 8irc«prtalm of 80/.; A.F. 
Gladiole. by G ladiator, 8 yra, 7st lib J. Osborne 1 
Woodlark,4yra, 8atllb . - W. Treen 8 

Herbert, 4 yrs, 8at 4lb - F. Butler 8 

Kissaway. 4 yra. Sat lib > - Flatm<ui 4 

5 to 4 agst Woodiark. S to I agat Gladiole, and 
8 to 1 agst Herbert Won by a neck; Herbert a 
bad third. The winner claimed for 850/. 
Stoccpsiakn of 70/., for 8 yr olds ; Last ba. of Ab Jl. 
Gipsy Boy, by Venison, Bat Tib - Flatman 1 
Ch. f. by Pantaloon— Virago, Sst 4lb W. Boyce 9 
Ch. c. by Thiatlewhtpper^-^uisa, Sst 

4lb - - '^ . - W. Abdale 

R. o. by Red Deer— Sis. to Porto Bello, 

Bst 71b • - . J. Holmes 

Br. f. by Lanercost— L»dy Gay, Sat 41b F. Butler 
Heirloom, 8At 4lb > • J. Maivoa o 

Julia, Sst 4lb - • . A.Day 

Timid Fawn ... Whitehouse 

6 to 4 agst Lady Gay f., 5 to 8 agat Gipsy Bor. 
and 6 to 1 agst Julia. Won by a neck ; a neck be- 
tween Virago f. and Julia; Timid Fawn a good 
fourth. 84 sec. 

Sfoeepttakn of Sy.-i/. , for 8 vr olds ; Ab, M. 
Heaae Homberg, by Robert de dorham, 

«st4lb - - - Flatmnn I 

Christina. Sst 4Ib . . A. Dnv 8 

GuyMannprtng,8Bt7lb I^^^J^Mar«>o 8 

Artisan, 8.t7lb Digitized by VjOOfeButler 4 



137 



NOVEMBER, 1850. 



7to4 agst HeiiB Hombcri;, S to I a^ ArtiuB, 
and 8 to 1 a(;at each of the others. Won bv a 
length ; a ii«*k between the wcond and third ; a bad 
Iboith. 1 »in. 40 aec. 

StetepttakM of M/. ; T.Y.C. 
farrntttnde, by Jeftv, i yt«. 6at 121b Charlton 1 
Ffttcon. 8 vrs, 8>t l?lb - - W. Abdale 8 

Mian LHTkawa]:, 8 ^, flst lOtb . A. Dar 8 

ftt6 4 on iHTKratiiudl. Won hj two leagthii ; a 
had third. WinDer claimed for 801. I min. 14 seo. 

Handicap of 1451'., for S yr oldt ; D.M. 
B. f. by Venison— Tarn Wadlin's d., 

7st lOIb - - - Whitehonse 1 

Ischia. 7Bt 81b - . - G. E. Sharp 8 

Entre-noiu, SstTib • -J. M arson 

Virandiere, 8st 4Ib - - J. Hnlmes 

1nicundus.8«t4ib - - W. Abdale 

B.f.by Blrdcatdier— Wadaitra, 7st81b Treen 
Foxtuna, 7et «lb - * . G.Brown 

Beindcer, 7kt6lb - - Flatman 

ATi8,7ttMb ... T. Lye 

liipf*OMriff.7>t 13lb - • Chnrlton dii 

6 to 4 agst Wadixttra f., 5 to 8 agst Venison f., 4 to 1 
acst Bntre-nouSf ft to I each at(st Vivandiere and 
Hippotfnff, and 6 to 1 a^st Fortuna. Hippogriff 
came in first by a neck, hut having swerved agst the 
Venison f , wm disqualified. Ischia was beaten two 
•r three lengths from the Venison f. 1 min. 48 sec. 

Olatgmo Stakn of 500{., for 8 yr old colts ; 6 fur. 
Ariosto, by Orlando, 8st 7lb • Flatman f 1 
Brother to Drnkelow, 8ri: 71b J.Marson t 8 

Hernandez, Sut 7) b . P.Butler ■)■ 8 

11 to 8 on Hemandex, 8 to 1 agst Aiiosto, and 
4 to I agst Bro. to Drakelow. A dead heat with the 
three. 1 min. 81 mo. Deciding heat : « to 4 agst 
Hernandez, and 8 to 1 . agst each of the others. 
Won by a bead ; half a length between second and 
third. Winner clamed for 80<. l min. 88 sec. 

HatuNetp PlaU of WU ; D.I. 
Tophnna, by Giovami, 5 yn, 7st 4lb J. Mann 1 
St. RoMilta, 4 yr«. 86t lOlb . F.Butler 8 

Mildew, 8 yrs.7st 101b - • Flatman 8 

Cranberry, 3 yrs, 7h • • Arnold 4 

Bastinado, 8 yr*. Sat ISlb - . Hammond 

7 to 4 agst Bosalia» and 5 to ( agst Topbana. Won 
by a length; a neck between second and third; a 
had finitth. 8 min. 55 sec 

Jfateft; T.Y.C— Cotieula, by Touchstone, 8st 71b, 
reed. loot. ft. Itom. f. by Lancrcost or iletriever— 
Phyaalia,7»t7lb. 

Mateh; T.Y.C— Bordeaux, by Cotheratone.8 yrs, 
Sat 71b, reed. 100 ft. from Noodescripi.s yra, OatTlb. 

MaUh, 8«t ftib ea«h ; T.Y.C— Barcelona, by Don 
John, reed. 1501. ft. from Sensitive (dead). 

-n FRIDAY. Nov. \.—Uamdieap of 85/. ; D.M. 
Uriel, bv Touchstone, 4 yrs. Sat 4lb P. Butler 1 
8c. Ann^ 5 vrs, Sst 7lb - • W. Bovce 8 

Mildew,8yrs, ast - • Platnian 8 

Juggler, 4 yrs, 7Bt6lb • ^ Bodney 

Bushranger, 8 yr*, 7rt • Charlton 

Freslaw. 8 yrs, est 71b - - W. Harlock 

7 to 4 agst Uriel, and 4 to 1 eachasat St. Ann and 
Pxealaw. Won by three paru of a length ; a head 
between second and third. 1 min. 48 sac. 

HatuUeapo! ItOI.; T.Y.C. 
Dvlcct, by Dulcimer, aged, 78t 81b Bodoey 1 

Onlifomia, 8yra,7st lib • - W.Sharpe 8 

Joc-o* Sot, 6yrs, 8st61b • F.Butler 8 

MiM Ann, 4 yr*. 8«t Sib • • J. Marson 

Compass, 8 yrs, 7st 71h - Flatman 

Diligence. 8 yrs, Sst 71b • > Charlton 

Ondlnc, 8 vrs. (t<^t 4lb • O. Mann 

8 to I ag4t CalUornia, 7 to 8 agst Ondine, 4 to 1 
agst Dulcet, and 5 to I each agst Min Ann and 
Diligence. Won by a neck ; a head between second 
and third: Mi»s Ann close up. 1 min. 18 sec. 

Sweepttakes of 801. ; First ha. of Ab. M, 
Knitfht of the Tfaiatle, by ThlsUewhipper, 

8Tra.7st ... Charlton 1 

Antigone. 8 yrs, 7kt - - Collins 8 

Eltza Middleton, 3yrs, 8st Illb . Whiuhotue 8 

Flare-up, 8 yrs, Ast nib > . Rodney 4 

to 5 agst Aatigonet and e to 4 agat E. Middle 



138 

ton. Won by half a length ; a length between se- 
cond and third. 58 sec. 

awtepntakn of SOL, for 8 yr olds ; First ha. of Ab.M. 
Faux.pas, byTaurus, 8st 71b > F.Butler I 
Once-more, est 51b • - . Flatman 8 

Gipsy Boy, 8st Tib • - W. Boyce 8 

B. f. by Gorhnmbury— Liberia. 8st 5lb J. Marbon 4 
e to 4 ngst Once-more, and 7 to 4 agstGipsy Boy. 
Won by a length ; a bad third. 51 sec. 

Nuritry Stakat of 585<., for 8 yr olds ; D.M. 



« Norman 

Chappie 

- Flatinnn 

E. Sharp 

. Robiniion 

Whltehouse 

Mar low 

J. Marson 

Sly 

Dockeray 

- T. Lye 

G. Brown 

• S. Mann 

Basham 



W. Hoyce 
Will' 



Midaa, by Beiram, Sat ftlb 

Uease HomberK, 7»t 7Ib 

Brother to Drakelow, 7st 181b 

Paquetta, 7st 81b 

Pblegra. 8st 7lb > 

Misenima.SstSIb 

Mr. Merryman, Sat Sib 

The Ban. Sat lib 

Harpsichord, 7at 181b 

Truth. 7st 131b 

Aristos, 7at ISlb - 

B.f. by Slane— Palmyra, 7tt IBlb 

The Squaw, 7atl lib 

Guardsman, 7st lOlb > 

Ch. f. by Fautaloon— Fugleman'a d., 

7st7lb - - - Ciinrlton 

Castellan, 7st 8lb - - - Arnold 

5 to 8 agst Bro. to Drakelow, to 8 ag>.i Puglc. 
man's dam f., 6 to 1 each agst Truth and HesHO 
Homber^, and 10 to I agst any other. Won by a 
head ; half a length between second and thiid ; a 
moderate fourth ; Fugleman's dam t. a bad fifth. 

I min. 46 sec. 

Fi^ Pomdt : A.F. 
Defaulter, by Charles XII , 5 yrs, 

Sst lOlb ... Whitehouse V 
Preslaw, 8 yrs, 7st (Hb - - FMman 

Bullfinch, 8 yrs. 7*t «lb - CharltM 

Fire Ring, 4 yrs, 8st 51b . • P. Butler 

Scratch (h.b.), 4 yrs. Sat Mb - 
Landaeer, 4 yrs, 8st Si b 
Andalusian, 4 yrs. Sat 51b • ^ 

8 to 1 agst Andalusian, 4 to 1 each agst BiillfincU 
and De&ulter, and 5 to l agst Landseer. Won by 
a head; Fire King and Landseer very close up'; 
Bullfinch a good fifth. 8 min. 89 -iec. Lar.dseer 
claimea under the new rule, fur the selling 
price (1002.), and the value of the plate. 

Judley End Stakea of wa. ; A. E.C. 

Nutshell, by Nutwitb, 4 yrs. Sat 71b Flaiman 1 

Mildew. 8 yrs, 8«t7lb - . J. Mai ton 8 

8 to 1 on Nut»bell. Wonby fonr lenyths. 

Jfoleh, 251., list Olb each (ownera to ride'); Last 
ha. of Ab. M.— Milton, by Epims, 4 yts, teed SOt. 
ft. from King of Cymry, 8 yra. 

SATURDAY.— Hanilieap Swetp*take» of flo:. ; ^ 

Reveraion, by Inheritor, 4 yrs. Sat 71b Lye i 

Aristos, 8 yrs. Sat ... Stiggles 8 
Flare-up, 8 yrs, 7st 6lb - • llodaey 8 

Waterfall, 8 yrs. 4at 71b (cnrr. 4st lOlb) Tovey di* 
e to 4 agst Plara-up, and 8 to 1 agst Aristos. Wa- 
terfali came hi first bv a length, but having carried 
81b over without declaring it at the proper time, 
Reveiaion waa declared the winner. 8 min. 30 sec. 

HoMghlen Handicap of 150t. ; T.Y.C 
Visite. by The Provost. 8 yra, Ost Olb W. Harlock 1 
Woodlaik, 4 yrs. Bat 7lb - • 1'rci-n 8 

lone, 4 via, 7at Sib • • Chappie 8 

Tliomhlll, 4 yrs,.Sst 5lb - • Kuuney o 

B. f. bv Slane— Exotic, 8 yra^ Sat Flatman 

Andalusian, 4 yrs, 7*t 181b - Whitehouse O 

Gladiole, 8 yra, 7st 10lb - S Mann 

Heroine, 4 yrs. 7st Olb - W. Sharpc 

Sagacity, 6 yia, 7Bt Bib • - G. Brown 

Falcon, 8 yrs, 7st 41 b - • Cbnrlton 

6 to 4 aaat lone. 3 to 1 agat Viaite, 5 to I eacli 
agat Heroine and Sagucitr, and fl to 1 av^t Wood- 
lark. Won bv a hei^ ; a lungth and a half between 
Woodlark and lone ; Sagacity a bad fourth. 1 min, 

II aec. 

6teMp«ta*«> of 70t. ; First ha. of Ab. M. 
FuOco, 4 yra, 8st lOlb - Bartholomew I 

Juil*, S rm, Ost 71b « « Hamiaond 8 



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Maid MariMi Hate Hind of tba Fomt)* 

A yn. 8«t IClb - - H. Bell 8 

The Mmm, « yra, 8«t ISlb - - J.Evau 

Ch, c. bjr 'IWstlewhivper— LouUa, 2 yn, 

«st7lb - • T.Obborne 

Caf tellan, t yn, Mt 7lb • - Arnold] ;0 

B. r. by LaneroMt— Lady Gay, S yn, 

«rt 71b - - • G. Harrison 

Solomon, S yn, 8»t 71b • • J.Oflbome 

Piroueite, Syrs, 8»t7lb - Cbarltoo 

Cb. r. by Oedalus, d. by Actaeon, 4 yn, 

8st lOlb - - - - Carter 

Montpeusier, 5 jm. Sst ISIb • Dockeray 

7 to 2 Rg»t Solomoii, 5 to I ant Fuoco, and fl to 1 
each agit Montpentier and Pirouette. Won by a 
length ; a neck between aecond and third ; Louisa 
colt fourth, and Montpensi«r fifth. 60 sec. 

awetpttakm of MM. ; l.att ha. of Ab. M. 
The Old Fox, by Harka.vay, 4 yn. 

est Tib • ^ - - Homabjr.jun. 1 

Aristos, 8 yrt, eat »Ib > - Arnold 8 

Shilmalier West. 8Tn,8»tfilb- W.Abdale 8 

Ondine, 8 yrs, Sst 81b - - W. Boyoe 4 

F. by Birdoatcher— Wadastra, 8yn, fst 

91b • - - - G.Mann 5 

Dolly Varden, 4 yra, 8st 71b • - FetUt e 

7 to 4 agst Old Fox, 8 to 1 agst Wadastra f., and 

4 to 1 aust Dolly Varden. Won by a length ; Shil- 
mailer West a good third. 53 sec. 

8tDt9palak0$ of fiOL ; Ab. M. 
Fire King, by Sir Hercules, 4yn, Ss.tTlb F. Botler 1 
De&ulter, 5 yn, 8st 181b • Whitehouse S 

St. Edmund, 4 yrs, 8st 7lb • - Norman 8 

Andalusian, 4 yrs, est 71b - Rogers * 

Flare-up, 4 yr», 8st 71b - - Rodney 5 

7 to 4 agat Fire King, 8 to 1 agst De&ulter. 

5 to 8 agst Andalusian, and 5 to 1 agst Sir Edmund. 
Won by a length ; a bead bKween second and 
third ; a bad fourth. 1 min. 46 sec 

awepatakttol M, ; T.T.C. 
Newport, by Eprrus, 4 yrs, 9st - F. Butler 1 
Brother loWiUmgham, 8 yra, 68k 7lb Charlton 8 
Iracundus, 8 yn, flst 71b - - J. Osborne 8 

CaUlan, 8 yn, ftat 71b - - Fettit 4 

Even on Newport, and 5 to 8 agst Iracundus. 
Won by a length ; half a length between second 
and third. 

MateK 8st 71b each, lOW., 25/. ft'; |T.Y.C.— Cas- 
tellan, by Lanercoat, agst Francis the Pbrst (dead). 
Castellan walked orer. 

EPSOM AUTUMN. 
TUESDAY, Nov. a.—Normanton SlakM of S5f. ; 

8 mi. aiur ; 

CEdipua, by Voltaire, 4 yn, 7st 5lb - \ Dockeray 1 
Salute, 8 yn, Set 8lb - • Kendall 8 

Handsome Doe, 3 yn, 5st 8lb (carr. Set 

5lb) .... Gilbert 8 
Miss Lottery, 8 yrs, 5st 61b > Aldcroft 4 

Durdans, 4 yrs, 7at Mb - Rob* Sherwood 5 

X to I agat Handsome Doe, 5 to 2 agst (Edipus, 
and 7 to 2 agst Durdans. Won by a neck ; a good 
third. 4 min. 81 sec. The winner claimed for 8ui. 

The Beddington Handicap of 860/., for 8 yr olds ; 
I mi. 
B. f. by Epirus— Dark Susan, 6st 

121b ... Rob. Sherwood 1 
St. Hilda, 68t I81b - - W. Sharpe 8 

Truth, Sat 2lb (incl. 51b ex.) • Crouch 8 

Kntre-nous, Bat 7lb • • Flatman 

Rowena, 7at lllb • - T.Abrahams 

Britannia, 78t lOlb ... Sabin 
The Calculator, 7>t 6lb - - G. Gates 

Terpnichore. 7st 5lb' - . H.Goater 

Souffle, 78t Sib - - . Rodney 

The Incurable, 6st 181b - J. Smith 

8 10 I agst Terpsichore, 4 to 1 each agst The In- 
curable and St. Hilda, 5 to I each agst The Calcu* 
later and Dark Susan f., 6 to I agst Truth, and 8 to 1 
agst Entre-nous. Won by half a length ; Truth a 
good third ; Incurable fourth, and Teirpaichore 
fifth. 1 min. 58 see. 

Bptom Autumn Handicap of 0702. ; 1 mi. 4 fhr. 
''BUter-Ia>Coupe, by Slelght^of-hand, 4 yn, 
Sst 81b l' - *. - .Rodney i 



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Chief Juattea, 8 yra, 5st »U» 

Br. c. by Sir Hercules— Dark Susan, 

8yn. tek81b - - T.Sherwood 8 

Coasack, 6 yn, Sst 71b - - A. D^ 

Snowstorm, 4 yn, 7st lib « • Araold 

Glen Saddel,5yrs,6st lllb - Grooch 

Chantrey, 4yrs, 6st81b • > Charlton 

Docility, 4 yrs, 6st « • Uoldway 

Duxbury. 8 yrs, 5st 181b « - Barker O 

WanBdyke,8yn,5Bt8lb- • G.Mann 

Cora, a yrs, 5st lib - - G. Fordham (t 

Brington, 8 yrs. 4st lllb - Preeoe 

Vtdenline. 3 yn. 4st 9lb . • Toovey 

5 to 2 agst Sauter-laCoup«,5 to lagst Chantrey, 
5 to 1 agst Chief Justice. 10 to I agst the Dark 
Susan oolt. and 12 to 1 agst any other. Won by a 
length ; a neck between aecond and third ; Valen- 
tine close up ; Brington .fifth, Chantrey sixth. 
Snowstorm seventh. 2 mhi. 46 sec. 

Maria Mont, 6 yn, 5Bt 8lb, was /nounted, and 
went into the paddock, but turned restive, ran 
against a post and fell, ahd did not get to the pose 
in time to start. 

Wattr Hmndieap of ISSi. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Agis,by Safieguard, 5yrs, list > Capt Little 1 
lila4;ician,4yn. iu«t7lb - -Mr Bevill 8 

Jes^c, by Ion, 5 yn, lOst • Mr St Aubyn tt 

11 to 8 on Agis, and 6 to 4 agtt Magician. Wca 
by a length. 8 min. 7 mc. 

IVeo r»ar (M SOUng Slake$ of Ml. ; fbr. 
Aristos, by Red Deer, 8st 81b - - Lve I 

Faux Pas, Sst 6lb - - - Simpaba 8 

Vigilant, 8tt 81b * - • Sabin 

Jack Robinson, Sst 81b - - Dockeray 

St. Patrick. 8«t 81b . . • Ware t* 

Leyburn, Sat 41b ... Abrams 
Isabella, Sst lib • . Pluramcr 

6 to 4 agst Faux Pas, S to 1 agst Arlstoe, 3 to i 
agst Jack Hobinsoo, and 4 to 1 a^rt Vigilant. Won 
by a head ; Vigilant a good third. 1 min. 83 see. 
Jack Robinson was restive at the post, threw his 
Jockey, and did not starts 

BenlWrk Piiitf ilUn.lknv) of LOW. ; I mi. 
Garfu ah , by Valtl 1 y. 3 p^ Oat 1 1 b J . Smith I 

IniiiTvtR^otk, 8yn, Ofli nib - - Arnold 8 

Jo(.-D'-J^ni,6 jrs, Bitrib - G.Simpson 

Lai.LndfyFnaid, A^eJ, 7st IStlb Abrahams 

Eva, 4 yrs, Ti^tSlli - * Dockeray 

CtarlfLiiinM, 4 yrs. 7bI 4tb - Hold way 

Mas-k Tq|kk'^,& j<n, 7itd^b ^ - Lye 

SeoaDd,-aiMtilt4 yn, 7M4lb - Sabin 

ThibiMilt, i Drrin, 7itt4ib - . Crouch 

LabnttiitruHwr, 4 yr^, O^t lHh ~ W. Shazpe 
Bullllnrli, u yri> Oni lOlb - - Charltua 

Jetut- (lut* Btiik-(eoi>, i y]fl+ dltf^lb A. Marlow 
Vabiuln«r ii ]>fk, iht ?lb - • Ware 

Cb, r, Lv 1'ivniiiinj.m— I'wgteinpui'adrmi, 

S i . 1 - . . Barker 

Th V jTSj Jit Tlh - T. Sherwood 

St. ....»„, ^^r>..i>*t£tb - . Keadall 

7 to 8 agst Garlorth, 5 to 1 agst PantaL«x>n filly, 
5 to 1 agst Mark Tapley, 6 to 1 agst impression, 
and 7 to 1 agst any other. Won by a length ; Pan- 
taloon t 9i good third, and Joc-o*-Soi fourth ; St. 
Hilda and Christiana next. 1 min. 48 see. 

SMing 8tak«t of 65L ; 1 mi. j 
Lady Frances, by St. Francis, 5 yrs, 

Sst - - - - Dockeray 1 

Elopement, 5 yn, Sst 81b - - Moon 8 

Marquis of Conyifgham, aged, Sst lOlb 8. Mann 
Jessie (late Busy.foot), 4 yrs, 7st 181b Mathews • 
Heather Bell, a yn. 6st llib - Gilbert 

Reversion, 4 yn, Sst 2lb - • Lye 

The Welshman, 3 yrs, 7at • -Arnold 

5 to 4 agst Revenion, and 8 to 1 each agst Lady 
Frances and Marq. of Conyngham. Won by two 

TARPORLEY HUNT. 
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 9.—TarpoHes Hwt Stala 

of OOL; 8 mi. 
Donative, by Pantaloon (b. b.), 6 yn W. Jones 1 
Alice, 5 yn (h. b.) - - Capt White « 

_^ Won by half a lengtli. 



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' Hushes 

Brudlej 

Fowler 



water BwriiU StaUt ; twice ro. 
MiM Eden, 5 rrs - Mr WinterboCtom 1 

Donative (h. b.). 6 yn • Mr H. H. Pmnces dis 
DoaatWe came in firat hj two lengths, but not 
having carried the extra weight for winning the 
first race, was distanced. 

Tarmsrf Cup, with ISI. ; twice ro. 
B. f. hr Antelope, 4yrs - - 8011 

The Flying Englishman, 4 rrs - 1 S S 

Beeston Lass, 5 yrs - • I 2 • 

Bmperor, 4yT» - - 000 dr 

Magic, 4 yrs - - -OOOdr 

Br. xn. by Meriylegs, 5 yrs - dr 

CHIPPING CAMPDEN. 

FRIDAY, ffov. I Match. ISst each ; 1 mi. 4 fur., 

over 1« hurdles.— Forest Boy (Friaby), iieat Far- 
riei's Victiiit (S. Darling), by a length. 

Th» Campden Siake$, of 881. 1 mi. 4 fur., over 
eight hurdles, were won, in four heats, by Plaintiff 
(Brandy), beating Rosa (Darling), Topihom (Ar- 
cher). Conservative (Frisby), and Lady Godiva 
CBeesley). First and second heats won easily, the 
third by a neck, and the fourth by half a length. 

The Wetton Park Stakes of 881., over eight hur- 
dles, were won, in three heals, by Honeymoon 
(Archer), beating Midnight (James'', Cloanthas 
(Hnlman), Slow-and-uncertain (Frisby), Beauty 
(Brandv), Th« Duke (Mr Mortis), Forest Boy 
(Barker), Cock Robin (Mayo), and Tariff (Tustin). 

LIVERPOOL AUTUMN. 

TUESDAY, Nov. 18.— Frt* Handicap Hurdle 
Stakeeot 1051.; ami, I 

Little Queen, by Coronation, 4 yrs, 8ftt ISlb, 

(carr. lOstllb) - . - - Frisby 1 

Redstreak, aged, 9st ISlb - Frost 8 

Young Dutchman, 4 yrs, 9st 91b Sly, jun. 

Tally-ho (h.b.), aged, list lib - ~ ' 

Miss Collingwood, aged, lOtt 18lb 
FagiUve, aged, list lOlb - 
Queen.of the Vale, 4 yrs, Ostfilb 

5 to 2 agst Little Queen, 4 to 1 agst Fugitive, 
5 to 1 agst Miss Collingwood, and 6 to I agst Red- 
Btreak/Won by three parU of a length ; a neck be- 
tween second and third. 

Sefton Handicap at 8001. ; once ro. and a dis. 
Spot, by Meteor, 4 yrs, 7>t 81b - W. Sharpe 1 
Bacton, 8 yrs, 6st 2lb - - Caswell 1 

Ada Mary, 4 yrs, Ost lOlb - J. Osborne i 

The Cocktail. 4 yrs, est (Incl.Olb ex.) Lye C 

Caodlewick, 8yrs, «8t • - Wells C 

Ballinafad,eyrs,8st7lb - D.Wynne ( 

The Baroness, 4 yrs, 7st»lb - -Charlton 

8 to 1 agst Ballinafad. S to 1 agst Cocktail, 4 to 1 
nest Canmenick, and 8 to 1 agst Spot. Won by a 
length. 

The Optional Selling Stakee of 691. ; I mi. 
Master Downes, by The Mummy or Tarn- 
worth, aged. lOst - - ^ Fowler 1 
Portia, 4 yrs, 8st I2lb - D.Wynne 2 
Helter-skelter, 5 yrs, est lib - Denman 8 
Cosachia, 6 yrs, »sl 41b - - J. Evans (I 
Circnlteer, 4 yrs. Sat 101b - Whitehouse C 
Aldgate, 4 yrs, est 8lb - - Marlow Q 
Miss Lottery, 8 yrs, 7stl8lb - -Lye 

5 to 2 a«st Circuiteei, 8 to 1 agut Miss Lottery. 
4 to I each agst Portia and Aldgate, and ft to I agst 
Master Downes. Won by a length. Uelter Skelter 
a good third. 

Hokte Pokee Handicap of 4W. ; 6 fiir. 
The Pilot, by Bran, 8 yrs, 7»t 81b - W. Sharpe 
Abbessof Jervaux, 8yrs,7»tllb '"^ " 

Puxbuxy, 8 yrs, 7»t »lb - 
Cauliflower, 5 yrs, 8st 7lb 
Cedar, 4 yrs, est ISlb 
Latira, 8 vrs, 6st 
Bedford, 8 yrs, 6it Sib - 
Loo, 3 yrs, 0st elh - . ™ .^ 

A to S agst Pilot, and 3 to 1 agst Loo. Won by a 
length. 

WEDNESDAY.— J infrM Plate <ai»l.\ oncero. 

and a dis. 
Matter Downes, aged, 9st 41b - walked over 



SminUf Stakee of 451. ; 4 fiir. 

C r i p F'lir K ni f. br JUd Deer, 8 yrs, Ost lib Aldcroft 1 

C ■"|i>tj»t.v 1' rri,"*]^.! lib - - NIchol 8 

C ;iu 1 1 Tin •■■^vr, > V r^. fut 8lb - Whitehouse 8 

Mii^n Lciitirv, Ll ir-,. Hitaib - Lye 
h U] 4 ^;j«t c'r.|jpU- Kate, and 5 to 8 each ^agst 
&:i(likEtif~ tkntl CauHLliiwer. Won by a length. 



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'finie Warden, 4 yrs. 



i-!k 



Charlton 

Keegan 

Hugnes 

- Fowler 

Whitehouse 

- Casswell 
Nicholls 

- Allcrofl 



. at 

ft. :■ .,. ,,i,!ifcd,«st 12lb 

»r.i- : M.iriun. i ^ Jti* Set 

Cv.} u, if ji r*, flm 
L^uza-, tijrt, bt lOlb 

Won easily. 



WARWICK AUTUMN. 

1' ! ! E8 n A V. Nrjc, I ^.—Stteep$taket of 45/. ; 5 fur. 
Scar.ltJv ripnllJiUf^ffliiary, 2yrs,5*tl0lb J.Smith 1 
pHuX-pji^, S rrih nsiSlb - - Hiett 8 

Br, f by Ln\]nrrlcJt — Birthday, 8 yrs, 

«it 81 b - - - Childe 8 

Br. i\ by Sir JtmJiv — Fazeley's dam 

C^i b/», 2 yra. Sit aib - - Symonds 

fiul]SnckSrr>»{h(Mb - J. Howlett 

B. c. by Lncrrrmt — MlssTbomasina, 

i y™, bit iBlt - - - Wells fell 

S to 4 BFst l^wuxHpfts, 2 to I agst Scar. Won by a 
neck; a had third, Run in 1 min. 8 sec. The 
winner, an&^rod Jur SO sov., was sold by auction for 
4a f umna. 

tiTfttt Warifiek Handicap qfdOOl*', 8 mi. 

Miaimutn, hy l.iiriH;rcost,4yrs, 6st8lb Barker 1 

- Arnold 8 
Flatman 3 

J. Howlett 

' Simpson 

W. Sharpe 

Whitehouse 

- Charlton 
Treen 

Crouch 

Lye 

Childes 



Charlton 
J. Evans 

- Frost 
- Wilberforce 

- Nichol 

Wells 
Arnold 



__ rwsturm, 4.Vf». 'It 181b 
CcTkcrm^iiitb, 5 ^ri,8st 
RhI.N-. 4 VTM. H^i ilb 
Ch^arUi^ 4.vr,7-t Mlb - 
DoiiH:. * Vrt. 7-it Wlh 
|». tViiilit'r^ 5 yr*, 7itBlb 
Kuri,'C, A vr», 7iL fllb 
V'.MMJLirli^ avra, 7it5lb 
(Ini^f. 1 vrv., ;5L i\h 
Chh^r J uAi \i.&, iV ifta, 7st 
F<;iri>|tee Oi. b.y, 4 yrs, tfstlOlb 
Eva, i yri, «u UIL (carried Ost 

Ulh\ , ^ . . Rob. Sherwood 

Aleitilii.STrSrfiEl lOlb - - Hiett 

Vmeu tifl*t a vrs, flst, (carried 6»t Sib) Ware 

7 lb ¥ .-igut ba»bt, 4 to 1 agst Cockermouth, 8 to L 
ki^L CtsJef JujiiiB, 10 to 1 agst Woodlark, 10 to l 
ai^ic nrief, Lii ft I agst Cbantrey, 18 to 1 agst Va- 
IcAEbkE. [U3dl l.Mii 1 agst any other. Won bv three 
li-nttlis ; It pctk between second and third; Eva 
UalJ n Ipuj^th iVcim the third ; Doubt a bad fifth ; 
Cbauirt'v nsO*. Minimum jumped over the rails 
aJTbi'i- linvtini: ^liv cKuir, and tell with his rider, both 
escflpmii; uDbiirl' 8 min. 55 sec. 

ireUift Cbp of ia5{. : once ro. 
The Cdlkiail Oi. bO. oy The Provost, 

*ytw,llnH\\t * - Mr Osbaldeston 1 

Afflk^flyniH ll»i slitj - - Mr Web»ier 8 

llak {Ik b.}. a vn, t<2st - Mr Devonport 8 

Reinrltret, Pged, iDilBlb (carr. lOst 

etb) , - - MrElwes 

A4JuiinJ*lralpr,itgeil»il«t«lb - Capt Scott 
GtotTjMorltcT. * vri. list 101b Mr Bevill 

11 LunngiL Agii^Hto 1 apt Risk, 4 to 1 agst Rein- 
iiri^T. Who by A head ; Risk a good third, and 
Keindufr ciom up. An objection agst Cocktail, on 
thu ifround uf a cnw, was not substantiated. 

En"epttaleet of M. ; one mi. 
BuUfineila.'li^ H'i^ne,8yTs,9st7lb Charlton Oil 
Sprjwdrlli. Ojr», istlllb - Arnold 10 2 
nt^lniiUtir, »Tn., 3»t lib • WhUehonse 8 8 
Al>lv^t#>4yr*, 7»t lllb - W. Sh«ipe * - -•- 

« ^btllH^^Br, * jf% fist 

Miigialnii. * vri, Jil lUb - Flatman 
Clomuflt, 4 jn. Tit Tib • - Crouch 



Wakefield dr 



dr 

dr 



Enph hunt won easily. The winner, entered to be 
KqiU for U^p >i.T9 4kAA by aucUon for 835 guineas. 



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MONDAY, March IB.— Free Handicap Steeeptlaket 

ofael.; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Accident, by Uarkavray, 6 jn, 

lOstTlb - - MrLocVwood t I i 

Maid of Honour, ft yrs, 10st'4)b E. Keegao f 2 
The Red Knight. 4 yr.^, lost 71b Mr Poulett a 8 :t 
Free Lance, as«d, lOst 101b. Shreft dr 

The firat a dead beat; the second won by half a 
length ; the third by a neck. 

Handicap Steeep$takew o( 991. i 1 mi. 
Ilarkover, by Uarkaway, a^-ed, 9«t7lb 

(xlli over) - » Furrell Oil 

AVirrastrue, ftyrs, 8st (Tlbover) Hnnlon 1 2 8 
Tlie Baronefa Daughle'-, aged, 8st 71b 

(lOlb over) ... Uoran 003 
Norah the Pride of Kildare, ft yrs, 

UKt - - . lIuRhes 

Glorvina. aged, R«t - - Tooney 8 dr 

rh(enix, 8 yrs, Tst 7lb - E. Keegan 3 3 dr 
'Baccu-box, 5 yr*, 8st • - Keama dr 

Made-aaie, 3 yr«, 8at - Davies dr 

Each beat won easily. 

CURRAGH APRIL. 
TUESD.W, AprU tn.—Tlte Scurry Stakes of JOl. 

T.Y.C. 
The Earl of Warwick, by Lauacelot, 

3vrs, tfttslb - - - Wynne, jun 1 

Tro'uncer, 6 yr«, But lOlb - -Wynne 8 

ViMounl, 4 yrs, 7«t 81b - C.Owens 

St. John, 3 yrs, est 4lb - • Monaghan 

Portia, 4 yrs, 8st - - E. Keegan 

Stirprise (lau; Yellow Put), ftst 81b - Carter 
Independence, 3 yrs, 6»t xlb - - Lynch 

Wuiteboy,3yr», (i»t)ilb - - Doyle, jun 

Ch. f. by Tearawny — Zulima, 8 yrs, 

6iit8lb ... -Conolly 

it to 1 Bgst Tronncer, 6 to 2 agst Portia, 4 to 1 agat 
St. John, and 5 to 1 agst The Eurl of Warwick. 
vVon by ten lengths. 

QHeeH*e Plate of lOM. ; 2 mi. 
Blucher. by llarkaway, & yrs, 94t3lb .Dawson 1 
Liitle Uwrrv, dyrs, »sl8lb - • Lilly 2 

Dough, ft y'ra, 9st 81b ... Magee 3 
Baroness. 4 yrs. Bat 6lb • - Cbtfuey 4 

Gr. c. by Veruiam — Whim, 4 yrs, 

8st9lb ... D.Wynne 

Conveyor, 8 yrs, est 7lb - Keegan, jun tf 

Duc-an-durras, ft yrs, 9at 8lb - Doyle 

X to 1 agst Dough, a to 8 agst Little Harry, and 4 
to I each a>;8t The Baroness and the coli by Ve- 
ruUm. Won by two lengths. 
i-irstelaMt Madrid \Slakei of 300L, for 3 yr olds; 

New Kuthbridc Po«t. 
CapUin Grant, by Freney,8st3lb - Wynne 1 
St. John, 8st 4lb - . Foler S 

Hro. to Dough, 8st 4lb. . - Mngee 3 

The Marchioness D*Eu,8st 81b • Lilly 

Pio Nono. 8st eib - . • Doyle 

Caprice, 8»t Ub . . • E. Kcegan 

Bro to Johnny, 7st4tb - Doyle, jun 

S to 1 each agst Caprice and Cant tirant, 3 to 1 
agst Bro. to Dough, and e lo 1 n-iU Bro. to Johnny. 
Won by a length ; nothing near the first three. 

Handicap of Mil.; Waterford Post. 
Kingfisher, by Birdcatcher. aged, 9»i 51b Wynne 1 
Woodlands, 4 yrs, est -• - Magee 'i 

The Je»ter, 3 yn, 7»t li\h . - Lilly 3 

Tlie Darter, 4 vrs, 8st tOlb - J. Uyan 4 

Even on Kingfi*her, and 5 to 8 ngst the Jester. 
Won by a neck ; The Jester a bud third. 

WEDNESDAY, WelUngton Stakes of 845/.; 1 mi' 

8 fur. 
Ballinafiid,byHarkaway,eyTB,8stMb Wynne I 
Dough, ft yr*,Sst 101b . - Magte 8 

Yicloiy,8yr»,fl*Wb- - ^ Jone» 



Ch. f. by Birdcatcher — Honoria, 8 yr*, 

6st 4lb. - - > E. Keen^an 

Queen Margaret, 3 yrs, est lOlb Doyle, jun 

Even on Victory, and 8 to 1 each aigsi Balliuafad 
and Dough. Won by a neck. 

Handicap of 60/., f )r 8 yr olds; Conolly's mi. 
Bullion, by El vas. 8st lib - -Dawson I 

Lord George Bcntinck, 8st «lb - Kenny 8 

Sweet Norah, BstSlb . - Wynne 8 

Even on Bullion, and 8 to 1 agst Sweet'Norah. 
Won by four lengths. 

Steeepetakes of 40i. ; I mi. 4 fur. 
Duc>an.durraa, by Molyneux, 5 yrs, 

list rib ... Mr. Poulett 1 

Farewell, 5 yrs, list 41b - Mr Kennedy 2 

Poor Yorick, 5yrs, list - - Mr Peel 8 

5 to 4 a^jst Duc-an durras, 2 to 1 agst Farewell, 
and 3 to 1 agst Poor Yotick. Won by a head. 

T H URSDA Y.— QMtffi's Plate of 105Z. ; Red Post. 
Blucher, by Harkaway, 5 yrs, »st 131b - Duwson 1 
Bro. to Dough, 3 yrs, 7st lib - Dunne 8 

Chatterbox, 8 yrs, 7st lib - - Fallon 3 

Victory, 8 yrs, 7si lib - • Keegan.iun 

Sir Simon,8 vrs, 7st. lib • Monaj;haa 

llnrkurer, ageii, lOst lib- - J. Farrell U 

Viscount, 4 yrs, 9Bt4lb - C. Uwens 

Br. c. by Launcelof— Penelope, 8 yrs, 

7st Uh - - . - Taylor 

6 to 4 on Chatterbox, and 6 to 8 a^st Blucht-r. 
Won in a canter ; Chatterbox lost start. 

ChaUenge qf the Madrid Stakes of 80/. ; New Rath- 
bride Post. 

Captain Grant, by Frency, 3 yrs, 8st 91b Wynne 1 

Bro. to Johnny, 3 yrs, 7st 4lb > - • 8 
8 to I on Captain Grant. Won by a neck. 
Selling Stakes of 55/. ; 1 mi. 2 fur. 

Portia, by Luuncelot, 4 yrs, 7»t 4lb £. Keegan 1 

Pio Nono, 8 yrs. 5>it 131b - • Lynch 8 

Poosey, 3 yrs, 5Bt4lb . - Grillien 

Ormaby, 4 yrs, 7x1 4lb • - Jones 

Duc-an-durras, 5 yrs, 8st 81b - Dovle 

Farewell, 5 yrs, 8st 4lb - • Magee 

Poor Yorick, 5 yrs, 7at 18lb - Doyle, jun 
The winner was put up by auction, and sold for 
105/. 

FRIDAY.—^ Handicap Sweepstakes of 70/. ; Water- 

ford Post. 
The Poacher, by Birdcatcher, aged, 7>t 91b Lilly 1 
Ballina&d, eyrs, 98t lOIb - * Wynne 8 

Ormaby, 4 yra, 78t 1 lib - • Jones 3 

Portia, 4 yrs, 8st 21b • - E. Kecgan 

Whiteboy, 8 yrs, 58t elb - - Doyle, jun 

2 to I each against Ballinafad and Ormsby. Won 
by a neck ; Portia and Whiteboy beaten ofl. 
V "7" ' ^ j/., for mares : 2 mi. 

CiiiiT'ift', !>> i;i.TOivn!i,.n, Li yrs, est. 7 lb E. Keegan I 
Tlic M lire li ion™* U'Eu, Byrs, Ost/lb J. Wynne 8 
PimiiVfl^Cilse-tfllb - - - Foley 3 

A\nuM,:i)iri, fi»\^lb ~ « Monnghun 

Qii*:*rt Alnt^riiS, li yr»trHit71b Doylc.jun U 

Cii , I ii¥ Ti^^nnny— Zul irax, 8 yrs, es^lb Dunne 
T]i<} [bfui3t». 4 j^^t, fWt L'Ib. - '-Cbilney 

D.^rV.ij«ilr«ilGJr9.3Tr«iC3Bt7lb - Wbelan 

Swfit Nrtrnh, u yrs/rtfct^lb - - Lynch 

M iittt -uiiL', a yra, Qji ; I li ~- - Taylor 

Cutisnirlla,^ yiaTOa'Til^ ' - - Fallon 

AJLi^n<tifl, :] ifr», B»i *niij - • Wynne •> 

^ tu * 1,1 H tlic itui-uMirH, 4 to 1 ngst Caprica, 5 to 1 
ajjfet Tttrt Mnri'hiucivm* H'Bu, and tf to i ngst Alma. 
Wuit cl^vctt/- Ly [nil Kni^ths. 3 rain. 40 sec. 

Match, 100/. each, h. f. ; 3 yr old course.— Caprice* 
3 yrs. 8st (E. Keegan), walked over ; Modesty, 3 yrs* 
8st 71b, paid. 
Second Class o/Hadrid Stakn of SlSf. ; New Eath- 

bride Course. 
Bullion, by Elvas, 7»t aib « E. Keegan t1 

Larry's (he Lad ,7"t 81b • _ - i^'il^^iC 



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Loui>PtiiHpfi4>.7«t51b 
Conveyor, fnfU 



\mh 



Millpr 8 I Strnpttakti of eai.; I mKtiiT. 

lM\j 4 : Louis Philippe. bjrMRyboj, 8 jrn,7»t l}oyle,|un 1 
St John, 7«t dlb (cutT. 7*t 71b) - Pole* Viciory. 8 yri, 7rt - - Wynne, jun t 

Ch. f. by BirilCBtcher — HoBorlft. ««t lOlb Jon« The Fiddler, STm.fct l«?h - Wynne 3 

Even and S to 4 un St John, 4 to 1 iicit Honurm e to 4 Hgit Victory, and 8 to I agstThe Fickller. 
filly, and 6 to I «g»t Bullion. Won hyraiirltmgtht; Wonbyanrck. 



Louis Philippe a bad third, the re»t " no<ffher«.' 

Corinthian Staktuot Ml.; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
OttO'an<durraa. by MolyneuXi 

5 yr«, ISit alb - - Mr Poul«tt 

The Darter, 5 yri, lUt »lb - Capt Lane 

Farewell, 5 yrs. Iiiit Sib - Mr Williamson 

Queeno^Kildare, 4rn, lOtt • Mr Kennedy 

Bach heat won by a length. 

CURRAGH JUNE. 
TUESDAY, Am«».—S(wrryS(ailrM of 551.: T.T.C< 



Firtt Clatt, Curmgkmore Trimniai Staket of 401., 

for S vr olds ; 4 fur. 

Tribute, by The Dean or 9eahone, 7«t Mb Lyndi I 

Ch. f. by Corraooa — Ued Rom, Mt Doyle, jun 2 

Roller, 8st «lb .... Wynne • 

Pintoce, 8>t ... D^yle 4 

Even on the Corn^nna HWw, 9 to 4aest Finance, 

and U to 1 agat Ro< Ivr. Won by a leagtb. 

Sdling Staka* of 43L : T Y.C. 

Independpnce, by Retriever, <yri,8f't4lb Lynch I 

'^^^ I K«nela«h, 8 yn», But - * E. Keegan !i 

I S!^K o Gurteen, 4yr».7i'tl»lb - - Palton S 

" wll^« -Victory. 8 yrf,6»t4lb - Doyie. jun If 

V " Con»uelIa, » vr«. 6-1 91b - - J.Wynne e 

" •'■?",?; ol i to 1 agit Independeaee, 8 to 1 p«ch a^at 

r» -1- IM A I Rnnela..'h and GurtMH, and 4 to 1 ant ConsuelUL. 

D^SivlI S WoninacaBtpr. 

Philippe, and FRIDAY.- 9n^'# PtaU of lOM. 

4 to i iaS against lodepentTence and Hoi e. Won I W"f»'"' *»' ^"^*Vl\iX*' *** "**• 

by two lenglBs ; EUmi !ind The Fiddler third and Lutle Harry. S yts, ».t 181b - 

_' . .•._.;_ «wi., — . — Kingfisher, Rsed, 9st 

Capi-4:«f, 6st tTb 



Hope, by Job Trotter, i yrs. 8st I lib E. Kaeffan 

Independence,* yrs, 7ttelb . 

Elemi. aged, ast 101b • 

The Fiddler, » yrs, 8kt 181b - 

(Surteeo, 4yrs, 8st 

Louis Philippe, 8 yrt, 7st 5lb. 

Whiieboy. 8 vis, «•>! lOlb - - , ^ 

8 to 1 ant Gurteen. 8 to 1 apt Louis Philippe,^nd 
wn ■ " ' " * '■ *"" " 



fourth, and Louis Philippe last. 

Handicap of 181/. ; 1 mi. 8 ftir. 
Portia, by Lannielot, 4 yis, 7«t lUlb P.. Kremn 1 
Conveyor. 3 yr«, Bit alb - Wvnne.jun 8 

]>uc-an durras, 5 yrs, /st 101b - Dovle. »en 8 
The Fiddler, S vrs, 8st lOlb . ■ Ja'iues 8 

Woodland»,Byrs, 7st71b- - M"her 

Fio Nono, 8 yrs, ei^t 71b - - Lynch 

5 to 4 aitst Pnrtia, and 8 to 1 each against Pin 
HonoandThe Fiddler. Won by half a length i a 
neck between second and third. 

Kirwnn Staka$ of 8151. : Pest en the Flat. 
Little Hairy, bv 8t Luke, 5 yrs, 8»t 81b - Lilly I 
Bullion, 8 yrs, (W 4lb - - E. Keegnn 8 

6 to 4 on Bullion. Won by seven lengths. 
Scurry Corin<fcio« of 45/. ; T.Y.C. 
Hope, 5 vrs lOst tOlb - Mr Williamson 1 1 

Woodlands. 4 yrs. 10»t 61h - Capt Lane 8 8 

Sweet Norah, 8 vrs, Qst «lb 

(carr. 9st I8lb) - - Mr PoiiTett 

Alma, 8 yrt, 8st 18lh - MrW. Kenneily 

Whlteboy,8vrs, dst9lb . Mr St John dr 

Both heats won in a canter. 

'WEDNESDAY.— 9H««n'< Plata of I0S<. ; 8 mL 

Caprice, by Coronation, 8 yrs, est 91b E. Keegan I 

Remuncrator, 8 yrs 781 - Doyle, jun 8 

The Baronet, 8 yrs, 7st - - .lonea 8 

The King of Oude, 8 yrs, 7it - - Doiiey 

6urtem,4yis.8st8Ib - - Lilly 

Victory. 8 yrs, 7«t - - Wvnne.jun 

UoneatTom.8yrs,6st9lb . D.Doyle 

Even on Caprice. Won by a length ; the same 

between second and third. 

SujetpttakM of 145Z., for 8 yr olds ; 4 f\ir. 
Seagull, by Seahorse, (h. b.) fist E. Keegan 1 

Ch. f by Coriaona — Red Rose, 

7st lllb ... Doyle, jun 8 

B. f. by Birdcatcher — Circe, est 81b • Foley 8 
Br. c. by Tearaway, d. by Rvron, 8st 51b Dawson 
Br. f. bv Birdcatcher-. Mayflower s d. Bst Wynne 
to 4 agst the Tearawny colt, and 8 to I agst any 
other. Won by a head , Circe f. a good third. 



8 mi. 

Dawaon 1 

- Lilly 8 

Wynne Ik 

^ - _ E. Kat'gan d 

8 tt> t euch aest Blncher and Caprice. 5 to i agst 
Lilte Harry, and d to 1 agst Kini^flnher. Won by 
two Irnj^ths. 

Prodnre Staka* of ISiV/., for 3 yr olds ; t mi. 8 fur. 
Coovevor. bv Retriever, 8st ilb - Folev 1 

Bullion. »st'4)b - - Wvnoe t 

Chatterbox, 8*t i;ilb ... Lilly 8 
Pin Nono, 8«>t 8lb • - Doyle, sen « 

8 to 1 nn Chatterbnx, 8 to I agst Bullion, and 4 t« 
I aitst Conveyor. Won by a length ; ChaiUxbox a 
bad third. 

Sewr^ Coriutkiaiu o(.45<. ; 1 mi. 8 fur. 
Duc'au-duiras, bv Molyneux, Syrs, 

list 61b - ' - Mr H. Fitzgerald 11 
Bullion, 8 yrs, lOst 81b - Mr Pouleit t I 8 8 
Co»nae, agtd, list 8lb MrMcEvoy 3 dr 
I Chan)pagBe,aged, lOstSlb Mr Lane t 8 dr 
Whiieboy. 8 yn. lOst ftlb <incl. tOlb 
over) - - Mr T.Kennedy dr 

The fin>t a dead heat ; the other three In a canter. 
SATURDAY— ««<««'« P/ote of 105/. ; 4 nl. 
Allesrettc.bv St. Luke,6yrs,8stllb > Wynne 1 
Blucner, 5 y'rs.Ptt elh . . Dawson. 8 

Kinffflidier. aged.9stl8lh . ' Foiey 8 

5 to 8 on Blucher, and 5 to 1 against Allegretto. 
Won in a ranter. 

$ivMpi/al»« of 30/., for 8 rr elds : 8 fVxr. 178 yila. 
Kiclc-up«the-dust,bvThe Star of Erin. d. 

bvTearaway, 0at lllb . Doyle, jun 1 

Tribute, 7st 71b. - - Lynch f 

Lurcher, 7st lib . . E. Keegan s 

e to 4 on Tribute, and 8 to 1 agst Kick- up tbe- 

dust. Won by three lengths. 

Balling Su>e«7>«/aJkMof 45/.; W^ntetlbni PMt. 
Portia, by Laiim-elot, 4 yrs,7st ISlb S. Keegan I 
Gurteen, 4 VIS, 6xtt8lb •> Doyle, jun. 8 

PioNono.Syr*, CBtelb - - • Lynch • 

Surprise, 3 yrs, Out • - Wynne, jun 

Rauelash, 8 yrs, «st > . Connor 

Even on Portia. Won by two lengths. 



Irish Oaka &akm of 875/., for 8 yr old ftUies ; 1 ml. 

. 4 fur. 
The Marchioness D* Eu, by Magpie, »U 101b UUy 1 
The Uerqfne. Hst 4lb . - K. Kecgaa 8 

5 to 1 on The Marchionesa D'Eu. Won in a 
canter. 

THURSDAY.— Qttcea*t PlaU of 105/. ; Red Post. 
Blucher, by Harkaway, 5 yrs, 0.t 71b • Dawson I 
The Seaman, 8 yrs, 7si4lb - - Carter 8 

JPfo Nono, 8 yis, 6»t I8lb - Lynch 

The Jester, 8 yis, 7-t 4lb - Fallon 

Remunerator, 8 yrs, 7i»t 4lb • Doyle, jun 

Little George, 3 yrs, 7st 4lb - Wtoelan 

Traveller, 8 yrs, 7Bt 41b - E. Keegan 

Bten on Blucher, and 8 to 1 agst Tbo Jester. 
WrabyfourUngthi. ^ 



HEATH (QUEEN'S COUNTY). 
WEDNESDAY, July S.— County Plata of 4fi/. ; Sial* 
Goodiellow, by Harkaway, 5yrs .Wynna 8 1 I 
Viscount, 4 yrs « . Farrell 18 3 

Isabflla, 8yrs • • Dawson 4 4 8 

Maid of the Wood. 4 yrs - Murphy 8 8 dr 

Each heat won easily. 
QvMa's County Stakts of 04L ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Allei^retie, by St Luke, 5 yrs, 

9«t4lb ... Chllber 8 1 I 
Panic, aged. »st 51b - - Foley i 8 « 

Elemi, aged, 8sC7lb > . WjrUM 8 8 9 

Sweet Norah, 8 yrs, 7st 41b - f^ach « it 

neck, third "by diiee lengths. 



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^■Mit'f CoHnty Product Staket of «3/., for S yr olda ; 

6 fur. 
Piiunoe, by B^thAil, 8it Ztb • • Doyle 1 

Ch. c. bf Ki^eatrher — halCthtw to Firefly, 

Hat rib • • - B. Keegan fi 

Agfllty. AM 4lb . - - Wynne 8 

Tancred, Sat 7lb ... Magee 4 

Woo by four lengths. 

StlllMg Staket of 451. ; I mi. S fur. 

The Fiddler, by Charles XII.. » yr*. 

9»t«rb . - - Wynne t I 1 

Pio NoDO, 8 yre. 7»t Sib - - Lvnch t « « 

Panic, ttgrd, 8tt 81b • • Foler « S 

Banshee. 8 yr»,art 41b • Wvnae,jun dis 
Renetagh, 8yrs, 6K liib - E. KeeKsn 8 di 
The fir* a dnd heat. Banelagh a goud third ; in 
the eeeoad. Banshee came in flfst. but swerved 
•gatitft Cbe nddler, and was diiqualiflcd ; the tbitd 
b«at won ifaitiy. 

THURSDAY.— FerTfers' Siakn of 401. ; 1 mi. 

Coqnette, by Rory O'More, 4 yrs Diwson 1 I 

Roifn. aged- - - Wynne 8 t 

Michaelmas Daby, ft jrn • - Dovle 8 8 

Filler, 5 yre - - Dunne 

Won cleverty. 

Heath iStaket of 0U. ; 1 mi. t fur. 

Eleml. by RmiHos, a^ed. 0.t • Wvnne • I 1 

Tndepradence, 8 yrs, 7st 7ib • Lynch 1 8 4 

Yiteunnt, 4 yrs. Set - - Dovlo. jun S 8 S 

TheFiddlcr, »yrB,8rt nib Chifney 8 4 8 

Each heat won easily. 

laJiea* Pur$« of 88i. : I mi. 

Pto Nono, by Ketrlever .8 yrs, Sst Wh Lynch 1 1 

Surpri»e,8 vrs, ftst tOlb - Wynne, jun S k 

HarKOver, aged. Set «lb - - Ma^ee « 1 

^nnshec, 8 VTS, Osi 81b - E. Keegan 8 C 

Panic, agrfl, 8st lilb • • Wynne 

Schamvi, ik yrs, 7st itib - Dawsun 

The ftrst beat woa by a head, tbe second by a 

length. 

LUCAN. 
WEDNESDAY, Jm/^ XJ. -Handicap BitrdU Stakm 

of5ar.; im\. 
The Otter, br Tshmnvl, 6 v rs, lOst Itib Cannvan 1 
fannr Easier, aRed. list Bib Mr T Abbott t 

Wirrnstrue, » Trs,0stHlb - R. Martin 8 

Pr.t«neritv, » vr», fl»t lOlb - Hnnlon 4 

Vulcan, aged, 8si«ib ' - - Meany 

Bven on Paany ElKsler. 5 to 8 ant The Otter.and 
4 to 1 agst Wirnutrue. Won by a nead. 

Corinthian Slake$ of 88i.; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Accfdent. by Harkaway, A yn, 

llMKlb . - - MrThncVer 1 1 

Shet>herile«s, aged. Hot lib Mr 8t John f 

Wirra^truc. ft yrs, ll»tiilb Sir Geo. Hampson 8 dr 
Azeile, at;ed. list lib - Mr W. I'oulett dr 
Bach heat voa cleTeriy. The winner, entered to 
be sold for 70/.. was suki by auction fbr 9bt. 
S*ieepHakf, catch-weights i I mi. 
Surprise, by Uetviever, 8 yrs Mullhall I I 1 
Harkover - - - Magee I S S 

Tippy • • - Cunntnirhnm » dr 

Pride of Kildare - • Brady dr 

CLONMEL. 
TUESDAY, JmIm 1».—Jnmr-Ca»lU Hamdteap of 

7ir. in«. ; imi.4 (Sir. 
MiflsFortnne. by Birdtatcber (h b) 

ag«^8st8lb -- - Doyle, jon. 4 1 

The Mi»t. aged, 7at ISlb • - Magt« 1 « t 

W»rri(>r (lMieCigAr).4yrs,7st81b Doucie 8 8 8 
nuTtiren, 4rTa, Pst 71b - Dawson " ^- 

8kiscrst>cr, e vrs,7st 8ib - A Lad 

First beat won by a neck ; second and third in a 
canttr. 

Garrison S/a*Me(48<. 
The Bratn, by Firman - Capt Patten 

Champagne, aged ' - Mr tteed 

The Uatter, aged - Capt Bryce (74tU Kegt) 
Won !n«eanter. 
HmdU 8fM»P»taku of 4^ ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
BetsrM>.byW«looaM.aged, 

iOetllS . - -Mr Lane 1 

Soavanii, 6 rn. lOrt nib Eyres 1 8 dr 

TheDerll, 9yn. lOitiatb A groom £ dr 



I 1 
Sdr 
8 dr 



The Weasel. 6 yrs, 10».tlUb Maher 8 4 dr 

B. m. bv Milo, a«ed, lOst Ulb Maher 8 dr 
lack's-ihe-lad. aged. l(kt lllb Mr Proby die 
The Otter, 8 yr«, Hot Tib Canavnn dis 

Terryboy, aged, U>%t itrb Durrii^iin dis 

In the first tieat tite MHo mare diiitanced all the 
others, but. having omitted to jump one <( the 
hurdlps, the beat went for nothing ; the other heats 
won clewtly. 

Ctonmd Stake* of 80/. ; 1 mi. 4 for. 
Whiteboy, by Y. Lottery, 8 yrs Capt Rose I 1 
Uarteen.4 yrs '• • Mr Lindow 8 2 

Hevoke, 4}rs - - Mr l>ane 8 dr 

The first hcat won by a neck ; the st-cond by 
three lengths. 

WEDNESDAY.— Borotfgh Plate of 34/ ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
The (hntvo, aged, list • Mr Lindow I i 

Champagne, aged, 1 1st 

1st heat, Mr Rped ; fnd, P. Kearney 8 8 
The Maid of Clonrael, aged, 9st W. Maher 8 8 
The Tanner, aged, Bst • - Kyan 4 4 

Firitt heat won oeverly; the secrwd bva neck. 
Uorintkian Stakes of 89/. ; 1 niL 
Revoke, by Retriever, 4 yrs, 

lOstllib . - - Mr Lane 

MisH Fortune, aired, list 4lb MrFitrgt-rald 
Gutteen,4yni, l«>Kt 4lb - Mr Lindow 

Jack's-ihelHd, eged, Ilst4lb Mrl'r. hy t ur 

First bent won by a head ; second by a length. 
HurdU; atokei of 411. ; 1 mi 4 fnr. 
The Otter, by IshiRatfl. 6 yrs, ll«t lOlb Canavan 
Bet«v P' iif, 5 vrf, ll^t 4lb (»lb ex.ra) 0« ner 
Jack's the-lad. ag<d, lOst lllb Mr Froby 

Tenry-boy. aped, ll«t - • Darregan 

Champion, 6 yrs, list - • iiogan 

Tamerlane, « yrs, list • - Kvan 

TheClih, 6 yrs, I Int. - Mr MCrai^ht 

The Bruvo, aged, list 4lb - T. Ryan 

W on by a head. 
The Parmeni' Plate of \iL; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Slate-quarry Lass, 5 yrs, list 

ftib • - - Mr Crowley 

The Maid of Clonmel, 6yra, 

tut lOib - MrLockwood 1 

Mr Cleary's ch. m., 6 yrs, list 

lOlb - - Capt Fatten 

Maid of the West. 5 vrs, 1 1st Mb Mr Lindow 
Ch. m. by &Ii1o,fl yrs, list 

101 h - - CaptHaworth dr 

Warrior, 4 yrs, list - - Mr £yies dis 

DOWN ROYAL CORPORATfON. 

TUESDAY, July 88 —Queen a Ptaieof 106/. ; 8 mi. 
Caprice, by Corontition, tty IS, OkttUb - Lynch 1 
El<>mi, aged, H»t9lh ... 8 

AUogrclte. 5 yrs,8<>t71b - - - 

Portia, 4 yrs, 7U ls!lb ... 

Blackberry, 4 yrs, 8»t8lb - - - • 

Won in a canter. 
Dovn Rogrtl Corporation JHate of 50 es ; 9 ml. 
Sneculatinn, by Turcoman, 5 yrs Coninn I 1 

Mnster Jack, Ayrs • - Chifnev 8 8 

Firot heat a good race ; second won in a canter. 
WEDNESOAY.-Fre« Hnndteap (for hunters) of 

Ml. ; \ mi. 4 hir. 
Elpnti, by Emilius, aged, 8^1 71b Wynne I I 

Portia. 4!»r«, 7»t l«1b - E. Keegan 8 dr 

Br. f. by Whitonose — Dream, -i yrs • 8 dr 

Won cleverly. 
Doimpatritlc Challengeable Cup\taT hunters') ; 8 mi. 
Master Jack, ft yn.9st4lb - - A lad 1 

Protection, ft >», Bst 4lb - . - g 

Won easUr. 
Handteap Plate (for hnnters> of 40/.; 6 fnr. 
Portia, by Latipcelot, 4 yr«>, 8»t 71b B. Keegan t 1 
Ttielrtsh King, errs, 8i>t8lb - - 8 8 

The Fairy (Jueen, aged, 7st ISlb 
Br. t. by Whitcnose — Dream, 4 y 
Myrtilla,8yrs, r 

Won cleverly. 
THURSDAY— Queen's PlaU oHOSr. ; 8 ml. 
Caprice, 8 vrs, est 4lb (incl. 4lb extra) Lynch I 1 
Alie<4rette, ftyrs.sat lllb - - - 8 8 

Myrtilla, 8 vrs, 6st 41b- - • 8 8 

Tha Fairy <itte«s, 6 yn > • - 

Eiemi, aged, 8st ttb - 
6 1') I oa Caprice. 
Dig 



1 



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Odr 



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Capt Little 

-Capt Tuoinas 

Sir Thicker 

Capt Ron 

Mr Frcilricka 

ftlr Linduw 



lUattn putt of la. 

The IrUh King, 6 yit - * - 1 1 

The Fairjr Queen, 6 !m - - 2 « 

Woo cleTerly. 

!PH<ENIX PARK. _,, .. ^ ^ 
TUESDAY, Aug. 6.— Cambridge Hwrdli SttJtM of 

eot.; tmi. 

Ma»ter Murray, by Mundig, ajed CaptThooiM 1 

The Celt, 4 yr» - - Mr Cunninahtim 8 

Brownie, aged - - -MrFtedricki 

S and 8 to 1 agat Matter Murray. Won by two 

** Dublin SttAe$ot 701.', 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Clarendon, by Lanereoit, « yr«, 
llst4lb - - - 

Lethargy, 8 yrs. lOtt 7'.b ■ 
Dolly** Brae. 8 yrs, 9«t 4lb • 
Whiteboy, Oet 4lb 
Accident, 6 yr», lOat 71b 
K«voke,9»t 81b - 

S to L agst Dollv's Brae, 5 to t nRtt Clareodun, 
and 8 to 1 t-ach ag>t Lethargy and A.ccideat. Woo 
by hulf aleiigth. 

Jtrry Stahet of Ail. ; I mi. 4 fur. 
Master Hurrav, by Mundig, aged, 

I0st7ib • - Capt Thomas 1 1 

The Bravo, aged, list 7lb - Capt Lii tie « 

The Baronei'e Daughter, aged, 

llrt7lb - - - MrLousada 8 8 

Coquette, 4 yrs, lOtt 01b - MrThacker 8 dr 

Won in a ranter. The winner sold lor ISOI. 

PhaitiJf Pork Slaket cf 9W. ; I ml.4 fur. 

gitynhus, by SInne, 8 yrB,9st 181b CaptThomRS I 

Eleml, aged, net lOlh - Mr Fied ricks 8 

Prince of Orange, 4 yrs, list ■- Capt Li tile 8 

5 in 4 agit The Prince of Oranxe, 6 to 4 agst Syst- 

phus, and b to 1 agat Elemi. Woo|by three lengths. 

WaUrloo Stakes of 80/. ; 4 fbr. 
TheWave.byTheSea - Mr Pretlyinan 

Kir Edmund of Langley - Mr Hamilton 

Mariner - - Cupt Thomas 

Wanderer - ' ' ^ Cspt Little 

8 to 1 on The Wa^a. Won by a length. 
Hapffy-go-Lueky Staku of Stf. ; 4 fur. 
Right, by ^thiur, » jrrs - - MrlWker 

Creeper (late Spanish Lancer) M» Sparke 

Surprise (l«te Yellow Pat) - Cawt Ro#e 

3 10 loo Flight. Won in a canter, llie winner 
was 8old by auction for 4bL 

WEDNESDAY.— CorintMan S/a*«* of 40/. ; 
1 ml. 4 fur. 

Vanish. 4 vr»,l0st8lb - Capt Lane I 

The ChieK aged, list 41b - Capt Stuart f 

8 to 1 on Vaoiah. Won by three or four lengths. 
Garriton Slnkes of 702. ; 2 mi. 
Elemi, by Emilius, aged, list 91b - Mr Kin* I 
Reversion. 4 yrs, lOtt I8lb - Cant Little 

Sisvphus, 3 yre. 9st lOlb (bolted) Capt Thomas 

2 to 1 on Syaipbas, 4 to 1 agst Reversion. Won 
in a canier. 

Steeepetnkee of SOl. : 1 mi. 4 fur. 
The Baronet's Daughter, by Sir 

F^ward - - CaptLister 

Sir Thomas - - • Mr Morgan 

Alleyne - - - Mr Luusad* 8 

Won easy. 

BomdieapofU.; I mi. 

Lethargy, by Ascot, list alb Mr Prettyman 1 

Accident, lost 6lb - ^ - r?*'.,^.*,'* I! 

Prince of Orange, lOst Tib - CaptLitUe 

Coquette, lOst 81b - - ^'^'^l^H S 

Banshee. lOrt 41b - -"MrPoulett 

8lrEdmImdofL«igley,8stl8lb BlrThacker 

Won easily. 

Coiuoloiion SeromWe of itf.;; I mi. 

Prince of Orange, I0sl7lb - *^»JJ*^E'! I 

Coquette, lOst - - wi^'J^vJ I 

CocltBobia,9st „ - , - MrSpatkee ft 

Won by a length. 

Dnn&oinM Stoics of 40/.; S mL^Diyidcd by The 

BiBVO, by Firman, and Master Murray. 

Ladie^ PWr*e-of 791.. with a WMo added; I mi. 
Mies Fortune, byBlrdcatehar, a«ed, 
iOsdiib— First beet, tfr I'i»»!^ 



Clarendon, 6 ? rs, lOst 4lb - Cant Littto I 

Dolly's Brae, '8 yrs. Sst 81b MrThacker 8 

Accident, «vrs,IOBt4ib Mr King » 

Whitefoot (late Pale Face) , 6 yrs, 

10st4lb - - - MrSanford 



152 

8 



Dinah, 8 yre, Oet 81b (carr. 
9st lOlb) 



CaptDouglaa dr 
Mr Chichester dr 



Cogn KC, aged, 1 1 st 1 1 lb 

Prince of Orange. 4 yrs. Ost 8lb Cajit Rose dr 

Cock Robin, b yre. 9st 81b - Mr Sparkas dr t 

Coquette, 4 yrs, 8st 8lh CcazT. 
9stMb) • - Capt Monroe dis 

Each heat woo by a length. The winner was aoid 

by auction for IM gubieaj. 

Semiy Stakn of85L ; 6 for. 
Flight, by Arthur, 4 yrs - McThacker 1 

Surprise (late Yellow Pat), 8 yrs - Mr Ponleit 8 
Won in a canter. The winner sold for 57 guinea* 
—realizing 8M. 17t. for the fund. 

TH U RS DAY.— CSieerfid Bnmdieap of SSI. ; I mi- 
Miss Fortune, by Birdcatcher, aged; 

lOrt lllb - - MrPret^man 1 

MksterMurray, aged, list 81b - Mr King 8 

7 to 4 on Miss Fortune. Won in a canter. 
Grand UUitary Staku of 55/..; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Slsvphus, bySlane,8vrs, I0sl81b • Mr King 1 
Reversion,^ yre, lOstlOlb - CaptLitUe 8 

Elemi, aged, U«t lllb - - Mr Arden 9 

Coquette, 4 yrs, list «lb (ind. 19lb 

oier) - - Mr Whittmg«t%ll 

Even on Sisyphus. Wop in a canter. 

Lord Lieutmatu'a Wk^, with 551. ; 1 mi. 
Sifiyphus, by8lane,8vTs,llst - Mr King 1 

Bankhee, 8 y rs, lOst 7lb - Mr Fouleu : 8 

The Baronet, 8 yrs, lOst 71b - Capt Lane 

Miss Fortune, aged, IBstWb MrPrettynano • 

8 and 8 to 1 on Svypbpa. Won easily. 

Free Hamdieap Sioteflaku of 85/. ; 6 fur. 

Dolly's Brae, 8 yrs, 8st Uib - Mr Thacker 1 I 

Uthargy, yrs, lost 5lb- Capt Little 8 8 

The Wave, »st 8lb - ' Capt Prettyman 8 8 

Accident, flyn, lost «lb I- Mr King « 9 

Cognac, aged, tOst 8lb - Capt Lane « 

Whiteboy, S yrs, Sst lOib - Capt Koae dr 

Each heat won by a length. 

FRIDAY.— H«nf/« Steeen$take$ ; 1 mi. 4 f\ir. 

Vulcan, by Verulam, Hged, lOst alb Thompwrn i 

The Otter, • yrs, lOst 9lb - Cnoavan 8 

Schainyl, 5 yrs, lOst Sib - M. Molony. 9 

2 lo I on The Ouer. Won by a length ; Schamyl 
beaten olf. 

Scurry Coriat&uin Sfokst of I; 9 (ta. 

Leth<r>ty, by Ascot, eyri*, list Mr Prettyman I 1 

Goodfellow. 5yrs, 10st7lb - Mr Poulett 8 « 

Lady Stile, « vrs, lOst 5lh ;-Z Capt Hawotth 8 

Shepherdess,Mged,i08t4lb - Mr King 8 

The Irish Kiog, «yr(i, lOst 71b MfKnaresboro' 

Azelle, aged, lOst 4lb - Mr Chichester 

Each heat won by hall a length. 

Jlfrtroiwltf an Handicap of 185/. ; I mi. fur. 
Ducan-Durras,byMolyneux,5yr», ^ , , 

yrtUlb - - - Doyle, jun. I 

Biucher,4yrs,9st7lb - - Keegan 

Conveyor, 8 yrs, eerialb - - _Jane« 

Louis Philippe, 8 yrs, Ost 71b 
Pio Nono, 8 yrs. 6st 81b * 

Caprice, 8 yrs, 8st 8lb - 
The Fiddler. 5 yrs, Sdt 81b - 
Kanelagh, 8 yrs, Sst - 
Maater Murray, aged, 7tt8lb (fell) 

8 to 1 agst Caprice, 8 lo 1 agst Conveyor, 4 to 1 
each agst Duoan-Durras and Louis Philippe, and 
5 to 1 ^t Blocher. Won by two lengths. 

Citiune' Plate of 9*1. ; 8 mi. 
(yonveyor, by Retriever, 8 yrs, Sst Mb Wynne 1 
St. John, 7at lOlb - - Doyle, jun. 8 

LouUPhUii»ne,8yrs,aatllb <- Doyle S 

e to 4 on Conveyor, 8 to I agst St. John, and 4 to 1 
agst Louis Philippe. Won by two lengths. 

HaNd<ea]> of 981.; lmL4far. 
, Siqrpb»i by I91«m» ilK »lb • ^ Mr King I 

' "■■=!■ — --:' ^' 



Lynch 

Monaghan 

- E. Keegbim 

Mr D. Wynne 

L. Mockeo 

S. Mocken 



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154 



tdiirritadon, lltt - . . Capt Little i 

Mus Fortune, ll>t 12Ib - MrPrettyman 8 

The BrnTO, Y0Bl4lb - .'MrLindow 

iRevenioB, 10»t lOlb . -Mr Thacker 
Sto4 agst Siqrphun, 5 to 9 agst Onrcndon, and 
a to 1 agst Miss Fortune. Won by half • length. 

Handieaf of eU^i I mi. 

JVetbaTgT>6rrs, llsrsib - MrPrettyman 1 

STrScbnundofLangley, aged, 9st 181b - f 

Banshee, 3 yre, lOst 41h . . • 

Prince of Orange, 4 yn, lOst Tib • 

Won in a canter. 

C«iMoIah'on SerambtwotSGi. ; 1 mi. 

PrisoeofOrange, 10st7lb - Capt Little 1 

Conuetle. lOst • - Mr Kin<r 2 

Cock Bobin, »tt • - -Mr Spaikes a 

Won by a length. 

r WBDNESDAY,^ii^.7.-S&wC»aibn»«C«p. 

with 121. 
Rouser, 5 yrs - - Mr Kelly 1 I 

Cun-cflum (late Eugene Sue), 

aged 7 - MrBntledge 4 S 

Granite, aged • - J. Conner 8 8 

M ode*^, « yrs • • - M'Donosh 8 4 

Ladj Caroline. 4 jrs- • > Ford dis 

First heat won easily ; second by a neck. 
Handicap of 70{. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Lord George, by Economist, 5 yr!>, 

SatlSIb - - - Connolly 1 1 

Honest Tom, S yrs, 7>t 81b - Daw* on 4 fi 

Ueromc, 8 vrs. 7Btiplb - Keegan. jun 8 8 

WardenofOalwaT,3yrs, 7Kt8lb Chifney 8dr 

Won easily. 
THnRSDAT.-SeUing SiakeM of 872. : 1 mi. 4 far. 
HereAne, by Napier, 8 yrs - E. Keeeran 1 I 
6rattite.aged ... Chifney 8 S 
Ch. m. by Jiadicul, 4 yrs - ■ Hughes 3 

Baiway Boy« 4 yrs • « Dawson 4 

SvtepsUJuM of 6^,with n S ilver Challen ge Cup ; S mi . 
Rottser, « yrs • • J. Kelly 1 1 

Modesty, aged ... Canavan 8 S 
Cam-a.lum, aged • - Forde 8 8 

Jf ondieap of 28/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 

LofdOaorge, 5yrs, lUtl21b > Connolly 1 

Honest Tom, 8 yis, 7st 8!b - - Dawson S 

Woo c'.ererly. 

WEDNESDAY, Aug. U.-Trial Slakn of 451.; 
1 «ii.'4 fur 
The Fiddler, by Charles XII, 5 yrs, 

9st4lb - - - Wynne 1 1 

Adrien.Syrs, 8st8lb - - rtoyle 3 2 

Hollymount, 4 yrs, 8st lib - Ruller 

BanelAgh, aym', 7Bt4ib > -E. Keegan 8 dr 

The first heat wen by a bead ; the second cary. 
SeUtne SiiAet of 40l. ; I mi* 2 fur. 
Accident, by Uarkaway, 9 yrs, 

est 13lb . - - Wynne 8 1 1 

Eanelagh. «st 41b >' E. Keegan I 2 dr 

The first heat won by a head : the second cleTerly. 

Droghgda Tradetnun*$ PlaU of 05/.; I mi. 4 fur. 
Pio Nono, i<y Betriever, 8 yrs, 7<it 3lb Lynch 1 
Elemi, aged, Pst • - Wvnne 3 2 

The Fiddler, 5 yrs, Ssl I lib - Clnfoey 8 8 

The first heat won by a neck ; the second by a head. 

THURSDAY, QiM«n*« Piatt of I05<. ; S miles. 
Panic, by Carlo Dolce, aged, 8stl lib Foley 1 I 
All<^ette. »yrs. 8>4 0lb • Wynne 3 ff 

pio Nono, 8 yrs, dst lib • • Lvnch 8 dr 

Hoegen«oir,5yrf. 8st9lb - Butler 4 dr 

Even on Panic. Won in a earner. 
T^ro Staktt of 851. ; 1 mi. 4 ftir. 
Harkover, by Harkaway, aged. 

Sat nib . - - Parrell S 1 1 

The Seaman, 8 yrs, 7st Ilib E. Keegan 18 8 

The Juggler, 8 yrs, 7st I lib Wmnc 8 8 8 

Hoggerwolf, 5 yrs, 9i»t 91b • Butler 4 dr 

Won easily. 

KILCOCK 

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 21 .—Handitap HwdU 

SmeprtnkM of 86f. ; 1 mi. 4 fiir. 

The Otter, by Ishmael, 6 yrs, 

IdstSIb - - - Caaavan 1 l 



Baronet's Daughter, aged, 8i441b 

Ut hent Hor.in. 2nd J. Haninn 2 8 
Vulcan, agrd, :Ost 2lb . Thomson dis 

Plight, 5 yrs, 9st 18lb • P. Martin dis 

Picton, 9st - - M.Moloney dis 

Won easT. 
Optional SeUing Stake* of 21/. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
flarkorer, bv Harknway, aged, 

7i-t alb fcarr 8»t 7lb) - - Lilly I I 
Sister to Dorset, 8 yrs, 6st 21b 
(carr. 6st 6lb) - - £. Keegnn 2 dr 
iiirprise, 8 vrs, 6st 21b' (carr. 6st 61b) Lynch 8 dr 
lollyu - - - — 



Hollymount, 4 yn, Sst Sib 

' Won in a canter. 



. Butler dr 



H«M<«rt* Stakat of 14/. ; 1 mi. 4 fiir. 
Con^uella, by May.boy, 8 yrs, 9st 

6lb • • • Monaghan 1 1 

Lady Sale. « yrs, lost 11 lb - F.Martin 8 8 
The Wee one, 5 yrs, list lib - Foley o 

Miss Reillv 5 vrs, list lllb - Ee^an dr 

The Mouse, 5 yrs, lOst lllb • Kearj dr 

Won easily. 
THURSDAY.-/Zatb0o.v Vlat« of 50/. ; 1 ml.4 fur. 
The Fiddler, by Charles XII., Sst 6lb 

(incl.4lbover) . Wvnne 8 11 

Portia, 4 yrs, 7st9lb E. Keegan 8 1 dis 

Pio Nono, 3 yrs, 6st 81b (bicl. 

51b extra) • - Lynch 1 2 dr : 

Goodfellow, 5 vrH. 7st I21b Meehan dis 

Three very seTore h^Mts. 

Corinthian Staket of 801. I mi. 4 fnr. 

Harkorer, aged, list 41b MrEnaresboro 1 1 

The Wee one, 5 yrs, lOst 81b • MrArdcn 8 2 

Shepherdess, aged. lOst 181b Mr St John 8 dr 

Won In a canter. 

Stewardi* Plat* of Ui. ; 1 ml. 2 fur. 

Miss Beilly, by Caesar, 5 yrs - E. Keegan 1 1 

The Otter, 6 yrs . . Lynch 2 8 

Consnella, 8 yrs • - Braddish 8 8 

Shepherdess, aged * - Connor 4 o 

Baronet's Daughter, aged - Mr Carew dr 

Won cleverly. 

CURPAGH 
TUESDAY. S0pt. ».—&urry ('HancUcap) of 50/. ; 

T.Y.C. 
Lethargy, by Ascot, 8 yn, Sst 3lb Harrison 1 

The Jester, 8 yrs, Sst 8\b • - Foley 8 

Portia, 4 TrK,flst lolb . - E. Keegan 

B. f., bv Corranna—Vaudeville, S yrs, 

6si7Ib- ... Doyle, jun. 
Cock Robin 2 yrs, Sst 101b - Lowe 

St. John, 8 yrs, 7st lOlb - • Doyle 

8 to 1 each agst Lethargy, the Jester, and 
Vaudeville filly. Won by a length ; Portia a bad 
third; St John fouith. 

AnaUsey Stakes o( 850/., for 8 yr olds; T.Y.C. 
The Marquis, by Itirdcatcher . . Foley 1 

Sis. to Ballinkeele> by Birdcatcher Doyle, jun. 8 
K. f. by Harknwav, d. by Rust • Wvnne 8 

Marquis of Caribbas • > Doyie 

Dearest Mae . . • Larrissy 

B. f. bv Birdcatcher— Circe - Harrison 

The Abbess ... Lynch 

Lord Edward ... Lilly 

Coquette • - • E. Keegan 

Lurcher- ... Masee 

5 to 4 agst the Marquis. 3 to I agst the Hark- 
away filly, 5 to I agst Sjs. to Ballinkeele. Won by a 
nc«k ; nothing near the first three. 
Firft Clau of the BaSLwav (Handicap) of 889/. ; 

Waterford Post. 
Russborougb, by Tearaw&y. 8 yrs, 

6<t 121b • . > E. Keegan 1 

Blucher. 5 yrs, 9st 71b - - Keegan 2 

Conveyor, 8 yrs, e»t 12ib (incl. 81b 

over) - - . G. Harrison 8 

Bro. to Rat. trap, 6 yrs. Sat nib • Doyle 

Miss Fortune, aged, 7it 101b • • Dawson 

Caprice, S.vrs, fct 131b - • Lynch 

Louis Philippe, 3 yrs, Sst 121b Foley, jun. " 



7 to 4 agst Ru«sborough, 2 to 1 agst Blucher, and 
B to I ajist Conveyor. Woo by nearly two lengths ; a 
neck between second and third; the others be«enoff. 



Seurry CorinthiaH Stakes of 45/.; Anglesey Post. 
Miss ReiUy, by Cissar, 5 yrs, 
10st71b . . -.Mr St John l,| 

» , -^^^le 



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156 



BuUioo. • jrrt, lOtt lOlb - Mr Kinic C 

White Boy. a yr>, lltt lib MrPltuerHld 9 

Pliuht. Syrs. lUt itb • Mr Sant'ord 8 

B' th bmU won ea*;. I'ho winntsr catered to be 
»oId (or ZU. ; «a» sold by auotion for ML 
WEONBHDAY.-CUm Sharavawn* Stakttot M., 

for two yr olds ; T.Y.C. 

fleitgull, by Srahortu. (h b.). 7«t Ittib E. Kecnn 1 

Cb. 1. by CorrNnna-Bed R'lte - Dovlcjun. t 

Even bedioK. Won by len IcnKth*. 

Queen'$ Ptatf of \Oil. ; 8 ml. 

CnpUln Gram, br Prener, tt jrra, tot Mb Wrnne 1 

Lord ti<-orf^. 5 yn, tut 4lb • Cohully t 

Blucber, 5yr«, lUi4lb I- - Kvej^nn 

Even on Blucher, 8 to I sfM Captain Grant, and 

4 te I ajrainiit Lord Georgv. Won eaftlly. Blucber 

WMS pulled off ImiHadiately after etartmi;. 

Wetlingtom Staktt of 18M. ; Tbree yr old Co. 
Due an Diirra», by MolynlBuZt A ym, 

7-t7lb. . Doyle, inn. I 

B-UlinifMd. « yrs. 8it ISIb • - UUy 8 

The Jftier, S Tr«, 7u 81b - - .lameaon 8 

8 to I on Duc-an Dnrrsa. Won by twenty lengths. 

TUUBSDAY.— IPat«r/ord Staku of 80<M.,fur two 

yr olds ; new T.Y.C. 
SU. to BalUnkeele. by Blrdcatcber, 

8«t 8lb • > - Doylejjun. 1 

Toy, 8tt 81b . • • Fuley 9 

Lord Edward. 8rt 71b . . Lilly 8 

8 to 1 on Sis. to BalUnkeele. Won by five lengths. 

Quten'a Piatt of I05t. : 8 nai. 
Captaba Grant, by Freney. 8 yrs. 

8»t yh - . • Q. Harrison 1 

Remunerator, 8 yn,8stftlb «• Wynne 8 

8t John, 8 yr*. 8Bt 51b - - Doyle 8 

8 to 1 on Captain Grant, and 8 to 1 agst ttemn- 

Beiator. Won in a canter. 

Htmdtrap Stne^ttakwa ot 801 , for I yr oldt ; T.T.C- 
Tancred, byTcaraway. 8st8lb - CbUbey t 1 
TbeMarquiiofCaribbas,8it7ib - Doyle t 8 
Holler, 8st 71b - - Monaghan 

TlieAbbf«a,8it4Ib - • Lilly 

Bustle. Sst ... Dawson 
B. f. by Cerranna—Vauderille 7it 
181b . • > Doyle. Jan. 

ft to 8 each agst the Vaudeville filly and The 
Abbeiw, 8 to I agst Tancred, and 4 to 1 agst Mar- 
quis of Caribbas. The first a dead heat; deciding 
beat won by a length. 
5«eowf Ct<u«i2a«tMy (Handicap) Sliifcm orf80L: 

WaterfiKd Poet. 
Dac-«n<dums, by Molyneux, S yrt, 

ftst ftib - - - - Doyle I 

Louis Pbilippe, 8 7n,6stlllb • Monaghan S 
Klemi, aged. R<i 4lb - - Wvnne 

Coovcyor, 8 yrs, 8ai - > O. Harriton 

Mis* Reilly, & yrs, 7>t Mb • E. Kee^an 

Modesty, 3 yrs, 7i«t 8ib . > Doyle. Jun. 

Pio Nino, S yr«. 7st 6lb . > Lvnch 

A to 8 agst l>tic-rtn-dums, 8 to 1 each agst Eleini 
and Coareyor,and4 to l a>!st Louis Philippe. Won 
br a necli ; Eleoii and Miss Reilly cloae up. 
V«.IDAY.—Qwgn*t Plot* ot 105/., for mares ; 4 ml- 
Alie^pretie. by 8tLuke,8 yrs,8st tSib Wynne 1 
Caprice. 3 yrs. H»t - E. Kepgnn, iun. 8 

Modesty, 3 yrs, 8at- - Doyle, Jun. 

Batterawar, 8 yn, est - - Doyle 

Panic, aged, lAst ... Foley 

6 to 4 agat Panic, 8 to 1 agit Caprlre, and 4 to I 
each agsi Modesty and Alkgretic. Won by tvo 
lengths. 

8wetp»lake$ of 701-, for f yr o^ds ; T.Y.C. 

B. f. by BirdcHteher— Circe,8Bt liib Harrison, inn. 1 

Lord Edward. 8.n 71b - • - Lilly 8 

8 to 1 on the Ctrce filly. Won in a canter. 

Cortn'kim Stakn of 70/. : 1 mi. 4 fur. 

Bairmnfnd, by Harkaway, yrs, 

12stlidb . - Mr. Kent 1 1 

Bro. to Bat-trap, 6 yri. list iSlb Mr King Q 8 
Bullion, 8 yrs, lOst 71b (inct. Ttb 

ov*) - - - MrPnulett t 

MiM Fortune, aged, 1 1st 41b Mr Pitsicerald 
Mis* Reilly, 5 yrs, list- - Mr St John 

L«uUPhU>ppe,8yTB,lflat9U»MrT.iLcniMdy dr 



The firu heat won by a Ia«fth; thaaaooBd hf « 
neck. 

ROSCOMMON. 

or aaLi 



• Wynn 8 1 



WEDNESDAY, Sqrf; U. — Ai 

I mi. 4 fur. 
Accident, 6 rrs,8st 91b * 

Heroine. 8 yr*, «>t 81b . _ _ _ 

Pio Nono. 3 yrs, 7m 71b . > S S dr 

Dauhn#, 8 yrs. Oft - . • ' S « dr 

The fir-t heat won bf a length ; the aeeoisd and 
h Ird by a head. 

Vandieap of 64< ; 1 ml. 4 fuv. 
BaUinafad.byHarVaw«}.6yr8,8Kl8lbLtUjl S 1 
Eieoil. aited.Sst lOlb- . - ft I t 

Accident. 6 yrs, 8bt £lb - > « « 8 

Honest Tom, 3 yra, Ost « - S 8 dr 

Moll Sparks, 4 yrs. 7>t T^h . 8 4 dr 

Fira beat won by a bead ; aecood and thkd hf a 
length. ^ 

JOHNSTOWN. 

MONDAY, Sept. 88.— 5«»M|Mlai^ of SSL: Snii. 
MiM Portiue, bf Birdcatcber, aged. 
^ lOstUb -^ • Dawson • 1 i 

Wild Rose. «yra,»stMb. .Unghw • « dr 

HercuUf, 4 yr«. Hst 8lb > Cusuck 8 dr 

Tbe Ducheftt, A yrs. Ost 4lb Meany I dis 

First heat won easy. The Duchess was ddaqua. 
lified in the second beat in oont^uence or Meany*s 
foul riding. ^ 

1 UE8DAY.— Swe«pt<aJle«f or 181. : tnL 

ReToke.by Hetrfever, 4}rs W, Matiar 8 8 11 

Hie DuchoM, A yrs - MeMav I $ t t 

Uarteen, 4 yrs • • Canuvan 9 13 3 

Four capital heau. 

QALWAY RACES. 

WEDKBSDAY. Stpt. U.-^totep»tm»«a of 88L ; 

8 mi. 

Roaser, 5yn. > > 'll 

Granite, aged • - • 8 8 

Galway Lass, aged - > • 8 8 

Both beats won clevorly. 

SiM«p«taAwof8fll.; i ml. 4 far. 

Tom, 8 yn 



8yn 



Honest Tom, I 

Hiv«1.8yrs 

Lady Caroline, 4 yrs. •* » 8 8 

Woniadiy. 
THUBSD.\Y.«JiamUMr»nMpitafec«of8«l.: once 

ro. awl a do. 
Honest Tom, 8 yrs, Sitlfllb > - 1 I 

Fairy King, aged, Ost - - 8 8 

MrKey*scb.r4yrs,.7>tl8lb - -88 

Rival, 8 yrs, 8st 41b > - - 4 4 

THOMASTOWN (COUNTY KILKENNY). 

MONDAY, 8€ft. 80.-«NtOTiM<ato of XaL ; SmL 
Harlequin, 4 yrs - - - I 1 

Revoke. 4 yrs - - - 8 8 

Slatt^Uirry Lass, aged - - -80 

Wild Hose, 8yFs - - - 

Little Anne, aged - - - • • 

Spellitta, A yrs • • - 

Billy the Beau, 6 yn - - - O 

A S»Mp$takttt 1 mi. 4 hir. wal won In two he^U by 
Revoke, 4 yra, beating Tonch-and-go, « yn, and 
three others. 

A HuTiIlt Sw4tpttakttf S mi, was won In two heats 
by Touch-and-go, 6 yrs, beating Rerofca and two 
others. 

A Handicap SwttpttaJrM was wok by Seroke. 
beating Tourh>and go and four other*. 

CURRAGH OCTOBER. 
TUESDAY, OeU \b.-fiemrrsf iUikuot 4Al.; T.YC. 
Chatterbox, by Magpie. 8 vr*. 8R 7tb - Fe)^ I 
Prince of Orange, 4 vrs, 7st ISlb Doyle, jan. t 

Off she gees (late Miss Beilly), A yrs, 

7*t 101b • • . G. Hairisaa 8 

Kifigtsher, aged. O^t - « Byrae 4 

Tribute, 8 yrs, 6i>t 4lb • > Lwcb 5 

8 te 4 aMt Chatterbox, and A to 8 agst Tribute. 
Wea by a length. 

Natvmal Prednes Slake* af SSOL. for 8 yr olds ; 
T.Y.C. 
fi4 hird of Maf » by Hagf ie. Oit 71b 



, ^oogle 



OCTOBER, 1850. 



157 

Sis. to BoIUokeele, b; Birdcatrber, 
. aitSib - - - Doyle, jtin. 8 

8 to 1 on Third of May. Won by a length. 

Fim Clou of Train»rs* Staku of 45/ ; 1 mi- 4 fur. 
I.Htle George, by Bretby.Syr>,«at 91b Whelan 1 
Coavejor,8yn,7st lOlb - - Harruon 8 

Cb. f.bTTearawav— Zulima,8yr«,6«t71b Dunne 8 
ModeatT, 8 yn, 781 8lb - • Doyle, jun. 

Viaconnt, 4 yra, 7at 7ib - - Lynch 

OODauelU.Syn. Oat 81b • J.Wynne 

i to 4 neat Conveyor, and 4 to 1 each agat Coasa* 
ella and tke Zulima filly. Won by a length. 

Seuny Corinthian Slakm of 45{. ; T.Y.C. 
St. John, by Majrpie, 8 yra, lOat 51b— 

f'iratheat, Mr W. Kennedy; aecond 

and third • • Mr King 8 1 1 

lodopeiideao*. 8 yra. lOat 51b Mr Poulett 1 8 3 
Harkover. agtd, lOat lOlb Mr St. John 8 
Goodfeliow, 5 yra, Uai 4lb Mr T. Kennedy 



158 



8 dr 



First heat wm by a neck, second by a length, third 
eaaiiy. 

Match, 400 a«Y8, Sat each, for 8 yr okb ; T.Y.C— 
The Harquia. by Birdcatcber (Poley)> bent b. c. by 
Corranna— Mtntca (Doyle, jun). Won bf a neck. 
4 to 1 en The Harquia. 

WEDNESDAY— Second Qlnaa of the Trainer** 
SifJbMof40I.: 1 mi. 4 fur 
Lord George bt Ecoaomiat, 5 yra, 

7st4lb (incl.4bex.) - • Doyle, iun. ;i 

Ballinafad. yra, Sst Sib - • Lil'y 8 

Lethargy, 6 yra, Tat lOlb - O.Harrison 

jlliaa Fortune, agtd, 7«t«lb ' - Taylor 

Ufr-ahe goes (lateMiaa BeiUy), 5 yrs, 

est 71b ... Lynch 

Even on Lord Oeorge, and 4 to I each agst Le- 

tbargy and Miaa ikrtuoe. Won eaaily. 

QuM»*t PlaU of lO&L i 8 mi. 

Caprioe, by Ce(tona!ion« 8 yra. 7^ 61b Doyle, jun. 1 

Conveyor. 8 yra. 7Bt9lb - - ilarriaon 9 

Allegr«te,5yra»«at8lb - Wynne • 

Mouse trap, 8 yxa, 7(t 8lb - - Lynch • 

Chatterbox. 8 yrs, 7st Mb - Chllney dis 

Even on Chatterhop,5 to 8 agat Caprioe, and 6 to 1 

ftRBt Conveyor. Cbaterbox came in first by two 

lengths, but having Giosaed Caprice, vaa distanced. 

SItgo atak«$ of 1791., for 8 yr olds ; T.Y.C. 
Chaaeaway. by Harkavay, eat Sib • Foley I 
Sia. to Ballinkeele, BstSlb - Doyle, jun. 8 

Whiif. eat4lb - • - Magee 8 

4 to 1 on Sis to Balliiffceele. Won by two lengths. 
Third Class of the Trdnen* 8tak»$ of 4SL, for 8 yr 

oldf, T.Y.C. 
Tancred, byXearaway.Bst - Chifney 1 

JnhnatoivB, 7at »1b • • E.Kec^an 8 

B. f. by Birdcatcber— Circe, 7«t 18* Harruon 8 
Ch. f. byCoTranna— Red Rote. 7*t l8Ib Doyle, jun. 
Finance, 7»t 81b - - D. Doyle 

5 to 4 agst Tanered, 5 to 8 agst Finanoe, and 8 to 1 
agst the Circe f Uy. Won by a neck ; Circe filly a 
bad third. 

RaUteof Emrdlt Bmdicap of isel. i 8 mi. 
Lord George. byEconomist, A yra, k0stl2lb Ryan 1 
Fugleman, aged. II St 31b • - W^nne 8 

Carrig,«yt8,IO»t51b - - „ E^o**" « 

Shmrone, aged, list 51b - W. Maher 

Lady Sale, 6 yrs, fiat 9lb - - F. Martin 

Even on Lord George, and 4 to 1 each agst Carrlg 
and Fogleinaa. Won by four or five lengths. 

THUBSD AY, —t4frd LietUetwa't Flatt of 1051. ; 
Bed Post. 
The MaMiiis, 8 yrs, tist 5lb -Wynne, jun. 1 

B. c. by Cbrranna— Monica, 8 yr«, est 51b D. Doyle 8 
Tancred. 8 yrs, «st 51b • £. Keegan 8 

CaiMrice.8yx8.8sil8lb • - Doyle, fun. 4 

B. c. byMonarch— Sis. to Broad wath, 

8yr»,8*t5lb 
Ch.c.lfEmillus— Hecate, a yra, ^ „ . 

est 510 - - ' C* Harriaon 

B. f . by Tearaway-Meden, 8 yn, Sat I8lb Dunne 
Triboii,8yrs.6st81b - - Lynch 

Eve» <m The Marqulu, 4 to 1 a^t Tancred. and 
« to 1 igat the Monica celL Won by three or four 
lengds. 



Suetpttakn of 8001. : New Anglesey Post. 

Sis. to Ballinkeele, by Birdcatcber, 8st Doyle, j un. 1 

llie Countess, 88t - - Foley 8 

8 to I on The Counteas. Won by three lengths. 

Cwrragh ofKildare C»$arewiteh of 140L ; about 

a mi. 8 fur. 

Cnpt. Grant, by Freney, a yra, /st ISlb Harrison I 

Ballinafad. « yra. fist 71b - - Lilly 8 

I^uis Philippe, 8 yrs. Oat ISlb • Lynch 8 

DoUv's Brae, 8 yrs, 7«i 4lb - Dunne 

Larry's-the-Liid. 8 yrs, est l«lb Keegan. jun. 

Even on Capt. Grant. 5 to 8 agat Louts Philippe. 

5 to 1 agst Ballinafad, and e to 1 agst Larry'who- 

Lad. Won by a head ; Louis Philippe close up. 

Setting Stakes of WL ; AnffleMsy Post. 
Miss Fortune,%y Birdcatcber, aged, 7»i 8lb Taylot 1 
Lethargy, e yrs, 7«t 81b - - Harrison 8 

Independence, 8 yra, 6at 71b - Lynch • 

Modasty, 8 yrs, est ISlb - Doyle, jun. 

Panic, aged. 7«t 81b - - Wynne. Jon. 

Pauline (h.b). 5 yra. est 181b -D.Doyle 

B. c. by Templar, d. by Sir Hercules, 

8yrs,7st8lb - - p Keegan 

Even and 5 to 4 on Lethargy. Won by five lengths. 
FRIDAY.— Oc*. Iti. — afatdt, 100^, Sat each; 
T.Y.C— Sis. to Ba'llnkeele. by Biidcatcher (Doyle), 
beat The Counteaa (Foley) m a earner. 5 to 8 on 
Sia. to Ballinkeele. 

Match, 1001., 8st each; T.Y.C— Toy, by Magpio- 
(Folev), beat ch. f. by Corraona— Ked Rose (Doyle. 
Jun.),' by a length. 6 to 4 on Coiranna f. 

Royal Whip, with lOOgs. ; 4 mi. ^ 
The Marchioness d*Eu. by Blrdcatcher, 

8 yrs. Oat nib - - - Foley I 

Allegrette, 5 yrs, list 91b - Wynne 8 

Captain Grant, 8 yrs, lOst - -Harriaon 

Consualla. 8yra, 9st Ulb - Monaghan 

B. c. by Templar, 8 yra, lOst « Bowea 

5 to 4 on Capt. Grant, 5 to 8 agat The Marchionei>a 
d*£u, and 4 to I agst Allegrette. Won in a canter. 

Pagot Slake* of SOl., for 8 vr olds ; T.Y.C. 
Sis. to Ballinkeele, by Birdcatcber, 



Bowet 



_ - Doyle.Jnn. 1 

6r, g. bTTea»way-Ironmould,7rtlllb UHy 8 

8 to 1 on Sit. to Ballinkeele. Won in a canter. 

Smepitaket ot 50/., for 8 yr olds ; T.Y.C 

Pluto, est 8lb - Bowes walked over 

CorinOiian Fiakee of SOZ. ; 1 mi. 4 fur. 
Lord George, I9 Economist, 5 jn, 

I88t ISlb - - - Mr King 1 1 

B. f. by Tearaway— Zulima, 8 yrs, 

lOat' - ' - - Mr St John • 8 

St John, 8 yrs, lOst lOlb - Mr T. Kennedy 8 

Conveyor, 8 yrs, lOst 71b Mr W. Poulette 

Louis Philippe, 8 yrs, lOst 101b Ld St Lawrence U 

T be Prince of Orange, 4 yrs, 

lostltlb - - Mr W. Kennedy 

llitj first heat won cleverly, the second easily. 

ROYAL DOWN CORPORATION. 

WEDNESDAY, Oet. 80.— 9i*m*f PkO* of lOSL ; 

8 mi. 

Hyrtilla, bv Simoom. 8 yra, 7st tab - A lad 1 

Hmuggler BilL aged. 9Bt • - 8 

Chatterbox, 8 yn,7st 91b - - - 

Speculation, ft 3rrs - - - 

Penrith, aged, 9at - - . ^ ' ^ 

5 io,8 on Chatterbox. Won by a length. 

ProdMc* Staku of ISOL. for 8 yr oldB ; 1 mi. 

ClashM-, by Launoelot,8st7lb • Foley 1 

Brother to Caledon, 8st7lb . • S 

Bernard, 8st7lb - ' „ ' ' « 

8 to I on Clasber. Won easy. 

THURSDAY.-lVfa/ Ptoteof 88{.; 1 mi. 

Chatterbox, by Magpie, 8 yrs - Foley 1 

Banshee, 8 yrs . - - 8 

Mr Stewart's br. c, 8 yrs - - - • 

ft to 8 on Chatterbox. Won cleverly. 

Sellimn Btakta of aot ; I ml. 8 fur. 

Banshee, by Magpie, 8 yis - - -til 

gpeculaUon, ftyrs - - " * ? « 

EWas,8yrs - - -.850 

Won easy. 



Digitized by VjOOQ iC 



160 



INDEX TO HORSES THAT RAN IN GREAT BRITAIN IN 1850. 



T«ro«jear oUU kre diitinguithed by Hatiet, and the referenret to winnings, walking OTer»ard receiving 
forfeit, ar« printed within varenthesea. 



Won 

S Aaron Smith, (20.) (85.) 117 
5 Abben of Jerveaux, 55, 57, («8,) 

(«>,) (63.) 100, 100, 115, (115. 

18S. 188. 188. (ISO,) Ul 
; Abbot of Me«uz,0 

Abdaltnh, IS, £0, 118 
■ Accident, SI 
"" Ace of Trumpa, The. SB 
4 Achyranthea. 89, SI, (36.) (89.) 

(47.) 48, (51,) 58, 58, 88, 108. 

Ill 
1 Acomb. S4, S^ 88, 45. 45. (71i) 

71,71 
Acorn, 101 
AclivHv, 65 
1 Ada Mary, II, 80. 88, (38,) 68, 

107, 108. 181, 182, 141 
Admtrnl, Tbe.7l 
4 Adrniniatrator, (89.) 81, (85.) 

86. (4S.) 53, 54. 55, (87.) 88, 

184, 180, 14S 
1 iCiculapius. 47> 51, 51, (HI,) 

lis, ISO. ISO. iSS 

4 Agis. (48.) 48, (40.) 74. 87, 88, 

(08.) 18S, 188. (140). 14i 

ARaea, 103 
1 Aim-well, 106. (106) 

Albreda, 14 
1 Aldgate, 89,115, 181, 182,141, 

(I4S) I4S 
1 [Alexander, 87, 80 

Alfred the Great. 10 
f Alice. 140 
f Alice Gray, 9, 113, 118 

All Fours, 44 

5 Almn. 87, 87. (87.) 100, 111, 117, 

(117) 
AlDbank, 116 

4 Alonzo. (4.) 8, (88.) 83. 57, 

(76.) (77.) 1S6. 142 
3 Alp, 6. 10. 55, (57.) (58,) 59, 
(59,) 99. 100, 186. 131, i;i]S 
Alpheia. 44, 54. <», 6^ 
By Alphkdb, T., U vra, 63 

f., d. by Colwick, 81 

Amazon. 54 

5 AmbaiiBadresa, 41,80, (88.) (88.) 

108. 115 
1 Amber. (7S ) 82, 83, 104, 104 
I Ambition, 114 
' Amelia. 99 

Amontillado, 83, 44, 101 
I Amosinn, 45 
1 By Amobiko, f. Ear'ttng, 184, 

fl85) 
S Ancbofctte. (SO,) 81. 21, 103, 

(103) 103 
1 AnehoriU, The, SS. (85) 
1 Anchor of Hope, 54, (57.) 57. 

69, 68, 81, 8t 
5 Andaluaian. (1,) 8,4. 5. (6.) 18. 

18, 16, 17, 80, (81.) 45, 51,52, 

83. 84, 85, 111, 119, (US), 181, 

(188,) 188. 188, 189 
1 Androgeua, 9, (87,) 54 
Anne Laurie, 115 
Arupach, 65, 134 
1 BV Antblopb. b. f., 4 yra old 

l Antelope, 89j ^ ; 



Won 

AvUiytty. f4,30. 81, 87, 55, 77 
S Jntiann*, 117, (185.) (127.) 135, 



re f. by Bay Mid. 



, 58, 58, 54, 54, 61, 
'.)S« 



c lua 

Ar , . .. I 

A n i . . T-.th ^ . 86,87. 87. 100, 100 
ArtlioTj. iwi! Fmouv Hill 
S Arii'u, 75, 7e, 77. (105.) (106.) 

Ar v^- ^--i 
% Ar 

A.' 

a Ar 188,) 184, (187) 

S Ai a.) (84.) 44, 50 

1 Ar .., 69. ISS, 188, 188, 

188. 139, (140) 
Arlede. 181 

Arthur Briggt. Sm Weather- 
cock 
^rlMan, 119, 186 
By Ascot, b. g., 75, 76 

c. (bro. to Truthtoller)— 

Teetatrix. 125 
1 Aspasin, 88, 88, (86,)»8. ISS, 188 
Bt Astracan. f. Lady Harah, 
'84 
8 AthelaUne, 35, 43, 48, 48, (49,) 

(61,)68, 69, 74 
1 Augean, 1, 84. 88. 86, (87.) 58, 
54, 98. 188, 1S8. 128, 189, ISO 
Auttralind, 88. 40, CI 
1 Avia, 87. 98. (128,) 134, 187 
1 Axn, 64, 98. (9».) 106 
8 Axelh, (47.) (83,) (85,) 108 



1 Bacchanalian, 44, 66. 73, 79, 

cion 

fi Backbiter, (10.) (11,) 78, 126 
1 Biicton (late Tollcriunian), 
(41,) 182. 141. 142 
Back roper, 80 
BHllarina. 9 

Ballel Girl, by St. Frnncis, 95 
8 Ballet Girl, Tlip, bv Karl of 
Ricbtnoud, U, 57, (57.) (69,) 
62.f6^)(71.)(7^.) (5^6) 
I Ballinafad.(5.) 7, 12i, 123, 141 
Bnllinure, 30, 80 
Ballybnr, 9 
I Ban, The, 65. (107.) 117, 138 

Biind-box. 10 
I Bangtail (late Diana, br Hark- 
away). 29, 29, (63,) 80, 80 
Banker, 5. 86, 130 
Bantgrer, 118 
Bantam, I 
Barcelona, 67, 187 
1 Barnton Bov, 88, 88, 89, 46, 
(51,) 52 
Baron, The, 9, 32 
Baron Hill, 116 
1 Baronet^s, (3 yrs old,) (21,) 
39, 46 
Baronesa (Ttiah). (4 yrs old). 

89,80,83. 187,184, 141 
Baronet, The. 20, 31, 42, 79, 
88, 88, 102, 115 



Won 

1 Barton Laia (1*te ColtiFford 

Lss*), 10, 87. 07.) 81, 53 
1 Baatilion, 85, 74,101, (101,) ns, 

180 
1 Btuiinado, by I^tun, (17) 
Baatinado, by ^rrhy, 7, 13, M, 
85.26,48. 13% 187 
I Baiwing, 105. 121) 
Battertr, f<0. 6. r* 

By Bay Miod.bton, c. d. by 
Coliciek, aeu Serus 

c. — Can.da. 12, 15, 12S 

8 f. (ApH-odit«) — VcniiB, 

50, (55.) 65 68, (106,) (118) 
1 Beauclerc. (M,) 18, 183, 136 
8 Bff<ni/or(.5, (14,) 19, (34.) 49, 

(59,) 118.;19, 127 
I Beau Pre BfHe, 17. (18.) 25, 86, 
117, 184. 87. 134 
Bei^ulT, N! 
8 Bf iriirJ, W llrn. U FidJki. 
wi^rlTj, M, Ity^ {tOA.) ilW.) 
iw, im i^ iM, Ul 
BciLiTciM), It Mbrtia Cbuxi^ewit* 
9L1», U^T J04. lao 
5 Beilii'f^llinnL.D. Ijl, ttSf^ fOl^) 

7 Be I m nor, Ihi-, 7, 18, (19») 
(L:i..>ef,)(fli,)B7. (67,) 107. 
lM;i,(Si,)iiaflj 

Bcr'.rLiEi liu-i, 141 
1 B« 'ji II iTii-iu^i^Ubrvnrflafir 

}< uKajr Kim-T. *i, 7ti, iTii 'i 

8,-. Hi 
Bella-«onna,64,64, 89, 98, 98, 

98 
3 Bellisiiraa, 40, 49. 79, 79, 80 

(95,' (96.) (IIS,) 113, 126 
Belus 7. 67, 128 
Hon Lomniid. 116 ^ 
Bfrm»dian, St 
BerDadottc.62 
Besa, 97. 99 
Beosy.SS. 95 

Bibury. i<»The Carta in 
BewiUlared Maid, The, 116, 

116 
1 Billy. (88,) 91, 95 
. liiUy Bar, ; 1 
Billy «ro«n.6, 6. 18, 12, I7, 84, 

85, 86, 86 
Rillv from ISrips, 1, 3 
Hilly IUitton..Vi,5» 
I By 'BinurAT«HKiJ, Irish, f. — 

Btixz, 27, 27, 80. 94, 99, IIU, 

111. (HI) 

c, d. bv Dr. h/ntax, 125 

f. — U'adattr<L 101, 137. 

139 ^ 

Bird killer, 4 
Birdlimr, 87 

3 Bird oi Paradise, (i) (9,) 4I. 

(49,)49.7I.8l.8r,X12, 113 
Birthday, 94 
1 Biihop of Bomford'i Cob, 8. 

(13.) 18 
S Black Bfsa, (42.) 45, 13, 62, 70, 
87. (106 J 

4 Blark Dtetot, Tlie. 89, 10,85, 30, 

'108.) (HI.) (121.) 022) 



Digitized by VjOOQ iC 



L Black Doe, 88, 89, 101, 119 
Black Dwarf. 85» US 
Blmck Eagle. U. 88 
I Block Sea, Th*. <5, 117> (1S6.> 
• 180 

9 Blister, SU 75, (7«.) 77> 89, 99. 
(110.) 110 
Blondette. 87 
Blucher, 86 
Bluebeard, 189 
Blue Bell. 109 
Blue-bonoet, 53 
1 Boadtcea, 23. S3. 99, 100, 100, 
HI, lis, (198.) 198 
Bob, 180 

Bob Pe«l (late Lebanon'), 91 
I Bolingbrok^, Sa, 107> ClOO.) 19fl 
Bon-ixiot, 14 
Btmni* Dmndet, 6A 
Bo-peep, 06. I<*5 
7iBordeaux. (18.) (19.) 95, (95,) 
fll8.)(195,)(liJ8,)(188,)m, 
(187 
Boraas, 108 
1 Borneo, 7. 8, II, 06, 88, 74, 
(197,) 134 
Boxer, 48, 49, <S 
S Bouadlew.98. (100.) 105. (115.) 
190, 190. 190, 121, 180, 181, 
181 
Brampton. 9, 10 
1 Brandy.fHce. 59. (70 
S Itrave Buck, The. 94,(95.) (110) 
Bravuaiino, 91,91 
Br Bban, ch. g.. — Gaffsr 

Green's d. S««The Pilot 
Brench of Promise, 9, 91, 58, 
109 
' Breba, ISS, 198 

Brmda, 198, 199 
8 Brennus, 4. (8.) 88, 41, 48, 77, 
78, 78, (79,) 88, 98 
BritU, Tlu, 135 
. BridPsmiiid, 88, 86, 95 
Bright Buck, M 
Bi ight Star. Ste Nepaiil. 

4 Brington. (IS.) 18, 2U, 41, 41, 

66. 67, 90, (91.) (96.) (96.) 
140 

Briihder. 199 
1 BritaHnia, 5. 88. 78, (81.) lOl, 

105. 1&9 
8 Biightoola, 17. SO," 66, (67.) 78. 
(74,) (88.) 109 
British Consul. 7 
Brocoli, 99. 85. 191, 199. 199 
1 Brown Befci. (106.) 106 
1 Brown Fly. 81, (86.) 55, 87. 100 
Brunnon, 118 
By BBOTAnDOBP, br. m.. 9 
8 Buekhomndt 8. (11,) 38, 40; (48,) 
65.66.78, 118.(119.) 134 

5 Bullflncb. IS, 15, (10.) 88. 50. 

(57.) 57,80. 118, (126.) (196,) 

188. 188, 140, 149. (149) 
Burgh1«y. See Defiance. 
1 Buscot. 16. (91.) 44. 68, 79, 74, 

75. 70, 70> 183, 188 
1 Bushranger, (11.) 40, 41, 184, 

186, 137 
Bustle. 10 
Busy Foot (aged.) 98 

(4yrsold). SeeUtAe 

By BuzXARD, c. PhiMgari, 81 

By Cjbba*. f — Emtm&'f d. 194 
1 Calculator, The (late 6. 0.), 5. 

(76.) 93, 189. 140 
8 California, by M. Moloch, 90, 
88 (51,) (55,) 66, (198,) 185* 
187 
California, by Camel Junior, S. 
94,88 



INDEX TO RACES PAST. 

Liflfohnlwi by DMtuHls, 01 
g f-^mur, t*7,l r^h (7D) 
Ciirnbrir,«0. 44 

I CamslK U. 34, 71* £Bl,> U9, 
llif 
CMitt, 50, 1«a, 1*7. 135 
t CtiiU[*:*>.k, itf.iS. a?, so* 76. 

\m,} ?Wi,> ]«, \n. (ii37)t 141 

S CiUlri4iU. 40, (.41>!li ffl' 'j U»!8) 
3 Cafllab (S jr» d^); 4,a,) i£B^B4, 

flj, icfl»nis,Hi*8J' 13* 

f3»niJit, Tht (4 yr. oldl, *f, 14 
Cniitkcum, at, 7fl, B7k 11^ 
C'atiLuln, I'bu [(IttLE Htborj), S7, 
34^ 5^4, (1*1 fl*s «. r» 

Cqptnhn Pnrrjf , 5, tH, SH, 79, 79, 

flUt &J, iaa 
Ciitbunirle (now Thfr Falie 

€lei|i).5,l6.T^74, M, \i% 
By I'uaCa ■□EN&L, ij, — t^mnjry 

By UABSiif4i. Firrp nr BAi.r.iN- 
'ii»ci,t— r. d, tij Wlilikpr, W 

By tr i L. B w , ti % m . ^d y r « ci lil), 
JO 
4lCi3illpL>D. 14, (^0,) nii. (30.) 

(♦LS) 4U, (H, \fi7,) fl7, (lie,) 
I ED, it}\ 
Wt CA^lPIFAl^ VnwWf t. (* yrs 

Eihn.H7. lia, 114 

CHItMBCTii, 11, fO 
CBsEsnFiPu, fr>43 
1 Cjtsbtwny ;lak< linnicCnt^AUiy), 

I CM^nJ/rm, 71, 183, laF, IS9. 



[IS- . 
CisTla, 1^1!, lOj t7jSt. a5, 78, 

108,397.184 
CpwtleBfllii.Thrt, |J<1 

Cnitilpn, ISii, 189 
B Vntai^a, if. 11, SB, 4f, (6t.) 
irB,)Bi. Il7f{197> 
Cnlrli-nio-ir-yaU'dn, 4 

a CAulbllflWt^T, I, 5, 4^. 41!, .t5, 

t(t4,i 75, t"*.) (a>.nit- 1S9, 

lis. UU 119 
Bf CAir»NUiPH, m. — Jlfiu 

MnwibnTfl, iU 
1 CitUFire, 1,0, (J4.)70 
CaTTPae, U| 18, «, (D9, 74,74. 

lU^, fli, HI 
Crd Bf. Sit f. by TTie Proi uVU 
1 i:«h,Tlie,Mil4) 
TerbtfiMii, 90 
CcrltQ. ai, 59 
Ohnbreui. BE, IS7 
Chnitipha, as, {W, P4, lES 
Cljsnw i;ijHo FrlEM),ft,ai 
ClkBtuce (b.b.), to t™ t'lil}. *. 

1^.ff7 
C!9itTir« (Mg«<l), 109, US 
1 C1iJtnt|Mir,7H 94,19. S&, R5, II8, 

1?7, U'M.J H&' HI 
Ch^pfrt, 40. 05, 73, ?t 
rhrindwi, 8S,4IJ 
ClinrliTt 9 
CbBrlalan, 10M03, HO, 1U 

Cliar isf^, m 
i By CiiARm XVT.,i^.-FH1l.48, 
(».j (71,) US. iHff,3 fltr, M, 
IW 

f, — q. qf O^priM, 11. I IB 

■ J,~Mamg«l'-tPm-r3MU 1*4 

«^— 8|ir%,M 

— e, d. bj ToMciutimr.SS 
1 Qlkarley L^iv^idE-.flil 
CtiarluLEt', 99, 84 



161 

Won 

OCIialterer. 84 
1 Chatterbox. (56.) 57, 107i 
Chateworth, 108 

8 Cbeapside, 49. 66. 67> 08 
1 Cheerful, 11, (13.) 89, 60, 7*, 

74,93 
Clierry, 87 
Cherreuil. 98. 78, 74 
Cbevy Chase (late Autocrat). 

nriio 

9 Chicot (once CastoflT). 96, (54,) 
(54.) 57. 89, 90, 121. 188 » - 

1 Chief Justice. 85.(94.)94,14U,14S 
• Chieftain, 14. 10, 22, 24 
9 Chieftnin (h.b.), (Ill,) (HI) 

rhintxPrint,2,82.45 
1 Chorister, 10, (11.) 11, 15,97 

Ckrittiva, 65. 198. 186 
9 Christiana. (5.) 19, 88, 84. '44, 
(60.) 00. 140 

Cinderella. 1.9 ' 
9 Cingari, (28.) (88,) 109, 198 

Circttiteer, 48. 141 
9 Ct7a<fW,96, (40,) (119.) 128j 

Clairvoynnce. 19, 81, 44 
1 Clansman. (7.) 7 

3 Clara, (80.) 85, 48. (54,) 55. 57. 

ae, ao, f,s7^ 07^ voo, 100, m, 

CLniri>^-a., 14, SB 

1 c'i£ivTiurjr»,a4, ^m^ 

4 CIeUb, iT^i 1*. (t^O 35. Str ^"0, 
4U. A9, tl lli;i iVh, ( Liti,) i^ 

I Clincljer. (Ill,) KH 
ISCEiUhwarfcer, (S7.1l49, (4D,>„49, 

{iv,y ^i^i.l iM,i (M,) (5«,) 

M. i7a.) (7fl,) 77* (77. ^ IR, 

\m.i m^^ iiuo ti^-]i 'uo. ic^7* 

iQtt. 1110,1 iSh, NS 
Ciliinil, EUH.Zr), lOa, 1l<7 
Cack-hii-ii, B, S? 
1 C^tM'kenntiuih. i% (£l,) 56, Qtr. 
83, 149 
Cock Rnbin, l4l 
4 CoikUil. Tbe, 99. 86. 47, 84, 
107. (114,) 115. (192,) 129, 
128. <18P 141. 148 
Cceur deLion, 118 
1 Cogia, 8,81, 50, 88, 109. (109.) 
102, 183 
Colibri, 5. 97. 80. 69. 114, 114 " 
1 Collei'n Rliue. 20, (21.) 29 

8 Colimgwood, (7.) (12.) (U,) 

(15.>(21.)(82,)89.(50,)(88,) 

7 Colocymhus, (70,) 75,75, (75.) 

(77,) 77. (08.) (99.) (105,) 
105, 115, (188,) 183 
I By Combat, b. c, (8 yrs old), 
(64) 
Combat, 116 

9 Comet, (58.) (58.) 54. 79 

9 Compass, (8.) 18, (49,) 69, 74, 
118.188,188,187 
Confeuor, 184 
6 Confidence (8 yrs old). 10. (47,) 
(80.) (61.) (61,) (08.) (88.) 
89 
Confidence (9 yrs old), 106, 125, 

134 
Conjuror. 5 
9 Conttante, (118,) (197,) 188 
Conservative, 141 
Conscript, 86. 87, 99 
CoiuUUatumf WJ • 

I Constitution. (96.) 98 
Coiiuctle, 100. 199. 199. 149 

8 Cottn, 18. (14.) SO. 82. 85, (88.) 

41,65, (66,) 78,80, 91.98, 140 
By CoBoNATioN, f. — Old No. 
Ifad. Sm Little Jenny. 
18 ' 



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162 



Won' 

Coronet, 180, U« 

CorvpKU. «M Vtaison filljr 
1 Co-<achia, 4. B. SI, 4i, 53, 7S. 
77, 87. (80.) 0B. ISO. 189. 1)29. 

ia«. ui 

CoMack. 88. 67. 93. 140 

By CoTBBRBTOMB, b. 0. (4 jn 

old). 80. 80 
8 CotiMla, (80,) 88. «5, (07.) IST* 

184, (187) 
CnttRMr, 148 
CoiUi£>rd LaM. 8*4 Bartoa 

La**. 
1 Cotton Lord, (9,) 18 
Coun<«t< 4 
Counterfeit, 48 
Coant 8tO(iMf, 48. U8 
CountoM, hf Attcklaad, 6, 84, 

43.88.88.08 
1 bv Robt. in Oorham, 8A, 

(88.) « 

— (h.b.). no. 110 

of Albemarle. 80. 40, 47 

I By Th« Cowl, t — Celandioe, 
(38 ) 8* 
Cowklip, Sinter to, 88 
1 Craab«rrr. 14. (5ft.) «7. 118, 

Itb, 187. 187 
I Crur Lad, 48, 04, 04, 70. 70, 
(70) 
Creeping Jane, 88 
Crivket, The, 4 
Cripple. I0» 
1 CHppU Kat,, 55, (148,) U8 
Croupitr, 107 
Cmpwell, 10 
1 Crotttket, (50) ^ ^^ 

Crownar, The, 41, «1, 74, 180. 
130 
1 Crucible, 8. (18.) 41. 180 
Cuba. 84 _ ^ 

Cult. Tbe. 10, 10, 108, 108 
Cupbearer. Si 
Cur, The, 77 
Curl. 80. 81 
6 Cutler, Ttu, (47.) (58.) (88,) 
100, (111.) 131,(132) 
Cybele. Sm La Malharwiee. 
I Cynthia. 5«. 70, (70.) SO, 87. 
180.180 
Cyprus. 89 

Daddylonglege, by 6la»ctt», 

Daddr^loa^-Iegs. 8m Eunuch. 
By DAOALoe-Hfl d. by Aetaon, 

189 
Dnneing Jack, B8 
Danella. 15.4). «4, 88 
i DMnT«clier.87.01. (81.) (91.) 
(Bl,)P6, (lOl.) 104. ItH, (104) 
1 Dart, The. (l,) ft, 87, 49, 50,54, 
57. 56. 58, 50, 70, 70. 7u 
Dan ih. b.). 07 
Daughter of the Soa, The, 50 
Dauphin, 83, 8ft 
4 Defanl er, ft, U, 41, (70.) (80.) 
Wl, (94,)101, 138,(184.) 130, 
142, 148 
Defiance (lateBiitgfaI«y.)65 
3 Dticoon, (16,) 33, (48.) (48.) 
65 
DeWiU. See Make-ready. 
1 Diana (3 yr» old), (bv Red- 
shank), (54.) 01, 01. 81, lUi 
104 
Diana (4 vn old.) (hv H«rk- 

nway). See Bangtail, 
r>Mik iiwiTeller, 99 
Didahury, 8, 8 
» Diligence, 5. 8, (18.) 18, 80. 
(«6,)(S0,)f«,66,(»O(ll$,) 
138, 187 



INDEX TO RACES PAST. 

Won 
ntplomotiftt, 10 

8 Docility. 4, 87, 41. 43, »?. 83, 
101,118.(180.; (121.) 135, 149 

Doctor. The, 51, 70. 78 

Docimr Blrraith, 71 

By Dr. H«iokb — gr. f. (3 yr» 

old.) 120 
DoMr'fi Brae, £0 
Dolly Varden. 18, 17, 86, 89. 41, 

86. 00, 187. 189 
1 Donative, (Ul,) 141 
1 By Don Joh>«. ftro. to Drakdow^ 

88, (87.) 187. IM 
c—Blopemtnt, 186, J8ft 

1 g — Impenitence. 18, (19) 

2 t (nowr lliejreni) d. by 

Dr. 8i/ntax, 51, (60.) 67. 73, 
125. (127.) 127 

I c — l/tM Whip, (^.^) 

1 Don Juan. (18,) 66,63,98, 106 

Donna A^ina, 102 

Dan Pedro. 11, 3d 

Doroet. 34 
4 Deub.. (1,) (4.) (9 J tt, (98.) 

98. IM, 142 
1 Dough, 29. (80.) 84 

Douglas, The, 9:>, 0.) 
1 Dover. 8, 80,25. 20, (74.) 81, 
81, 186 

ThrUt. 77 

9 By DaoKSDAar, c. (Syrsold), 
d. by Mulatto. U, 86. (50,) 
(71,) (71.) (80,) ^81.) (81,) 
(102,) 103. (1I0,)(12J) 
— — c. (2 yrs old;, cf. by Mu^ 
lotto, 124 

1 bro. to WUliitgham, (26,) 

80, 12.). 138 

Drummer, The, 87 

Duchess, The, 108 
4 Due-an-Durras, (78,) (78.) 79, 

^(78.) (78) 

Duke, The, 141 

Dulcamara. 8 
4 Dulcet, 13. (15.) 89, 88, (79,) 
(80.) (187) 

ByDuLciMBB.f.-Old Ash's 4. 
See Rou>en» 

Dttnchuroh, 8 

Duplicitr, 21. 58 
1 Durbar, The, (51) 

Durdaas, 38. 188 
1 Duxbury,(85,) 36. 88,89, 140. 141 

t BasVs Plume, 5, (16,) (88,) 

V4. 43. 84 
Eai1orAlbemiwl«.88 
EarldfiGrtt. in 
Br Tub EARL«rliiOM«oKn. (., 

dbyOtaucHt. fi«r«rbe Ballet 

Girl 
Kari of Warwick, The. 86, 86 
Sboracum. 56, 56 
Economy, 8 
EWward of York, U 
EfBc Dciins, 1 
1 Sgalit«.«0.07. (97.)102 
8 EKrel, (27.) 4«, 64, (72,) 77, (77,) 

88, 180. 142 
Eglantme. 05. 128. 184 
Eleitnor, 101 
I Ek'ho (late f^e-tbe-Boft), 4, 

(24,; h4 
Electric, 18 

3 Electricity. 79, U5, (19D.) ISl, 
^ (188.) (188) 

8 Elsraore. (18.) 84, (114.) 114 

4 £liza Middletoa. (8.) 85, 47, 
(107,) 1 15, (184.) W, 137 

ElMMw. 87, (120; 
EVa, 79 
Lllen, 3, 4 



Won 
Eitardale, 88 

6 Elopement (late HR»t««irBT), 
(80.) 80, 89, (80,) (106.) 110. 
no. 115. (115,) (121.) (121,) 
130, ISl, 181. 140 

7 Elthiron, 88, (46.) (36.) (77.) 
(78.) (78.) (95.) (96.) 119, 128 

By EtfiLios. c —Oeeafe, 46 

Emily, 105 

Emdt( Ann. See Sunrise 

Emily fl<fU,99, lis 

Emma, (8 yis,)by Gladfatar, 1, 

84,1U 
Emma (h b.), hv Priam, 8, 3 
I Kmma, aged, (53) 

Rmperor. Ul 
% Emulous (late Bebmc*), 42; 
(40,)K5O,) 58, 117 
England'* <;iory (aged), 110 
3 EnglafuPs dory, (O^ (16.) (46,) 

83 
1 Bntre-nout, 73, 85, 106, (109.) 
187,1*9 
By Entot, f—lMdg BidAa- 
wnrlh, «5. 98, 04 
1 Bit EpiRiig at. (now Hilton), d. 
>>y D'Egville. 8, 18, «3, (138) 
I — — t.^Dmrk Su^an, 84. (Ua) 

nis. to Legislator, 76, 77 

f—Fon. 13« 

a Bquiria, 8. 84. (44.) (48) 
By EurMOs, bro. to Kldon. IO5 

8 Escape. (84.) 86, 44, «8, 69, (90.) 
88 

Essfdnrius. 186 
Es«afett«, 81, 35 
8 Etona. 28. (28.) 78, (78.) 

78. 79 
I Eunuch (now Daddy-long- 
legs). (1.) 4. 5. 5, 22, 56, 56. 
103, 108 
Burua, 48 
I Eva, 11, 86, 86. 88, 41. <43.) 

48, 40. 140, 142 
1 Exeter (late Cadesu), 73, (118) 
Exquisite, 9 

1 Paith. (106) 
3 Falcon. 15, (17.) (19,) £0. (135.) 

137. 138 
False Gem, The. See Car* 

buncle 
By Fauitaff, f. — T. Fenella, 

57.86 
Fnma 76. 108 
Fame, sister to, 108 
Fanny, 8. 8. 4. 46, ftS, 81, ISO 
Fanny iiiii(laio Archery), 1 10, 

116. 180, 131. 131 
Farrier'a Viclhn. The. lii 
Farthingale, l5. 15 

2 By Fa'JOH a-Ballagh, c, d. 
bv Bran, (67.) («8,) 68 

- c. ^ip, • • • 



Tippler' t d 



8 Fatupas, 40, (48,) 98, 93, 1 18, 
(12/,) 185, (138.) 140, US 
Fawn. 81 
1 Faxeley, (4.) 27, 81, 49. 4S. 43. 
50, 121,136 
Fencer, 53 
1 Ferdinand, (42) 

Fern. 41 
1 Pemandc, 8. (14.) 85, 89. 44, 65, 

126. 134, 136 
5 Fernhill. 18. 15, (16.) («>0 8s, 

(«;.) 30, 80. 38,j(«0,) (7a) 
1 Ferrrt, (105) 
FerryhiU,5,88 
Ferule, 8 

Fickle Wild Sose, SO 
8 Fiddler, Tbe. (lo,) U, 24, 24 
(»«»,) 87. (87) 



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INDEX TO RACES PAST. 



Won 

Fiddler*! Green, 7S 

Fifty thret, 115, 
S Pire.eater, 15, (18.) (19.) SO, 

S8.88,89, 119 
1 Fire King, 184, 188,(139) 

Firat-rate.93. 9t, 89, lOU 

Fisticutf, 64, 90 
1 FiUCIiulefc, 28, S8. (89,) 95» 
95. 184 

3 Plash. (17.) 45, 45. 51, (58,) 

US, 116. (ne,) ItB, U9 
Flare-up, 88, 1U3, IHT, 138, 189 
1 Flaicntcbcr, S8, (37,) «9 

4 Fleurde Seine, 6, (6,) S», 24. 

47, 48, 71.B4, (84,) lOe. (ill.) 
(Ill,) 186 

5 Flirt, llie (lute The Wind), S8, 

41. 58, 58, 58, 75, 75. 77, 77, 
88, 86, (105.) 111. 180, (180) 

Flora Macdonald, 97 

Florence Dombey. 91, 91, lOS 
1 Flower of Berwick, (111) 
1 Fly-byuight. (US) 
S Flying DutcUman, The, (40,) 
(6J,) 109 

(h. b.). 53 

Flying finglisbman. The. 141 

Foreclmure, 8, 5, 6, S9, 30 
1 Forest Boy, (Ul,) 141 

Forest Dur, &>, 1S8 

Poresi Lad, 8 
1 Forester, 76. 7t> (m)> 142 

Forcet-me-not, 8 

Pon^m Hope, 9 

l^tHM, 88, lis, 187 

FrancMca.64, 110, 110 
[ Fnuciscan. U 

Vraneu the Firat (dead), 189 

Frank. See Reindeer 
8 Frank (late Railroad), 54. 57, 
(57,) 64, (64,) 75,(75,) 80,88, 
82 
S Frederick Jerome, (99.) (99.) 

Ul. 129 
1 French gusy, 6, (6.) 81. 88, 89, 
81, 56. 57. 84 

Friendship, lie, 116 
a Fugitive, by'.KMt. (1,)|(8,) (4,) 

1 Fu^itiTe. by Rococo, 48, '(48,) 
49,68,72.82.89, 106,117 

1 Fugleman, 23, 93, (122,) 126 
Ch. bO. * 

8 Fuoco, 17,25. 188. (184.) (188) 

8 Fiuilewr (late Headiagley), 81, 
(82.) 82, 83. (104) 

1 Gaffer Green, 24, 84, 84, 87, 42, 

42. 49. 50, 6S, 69. 70. 75. 75, 
77, b7, 88. 121. 123. (,129) 

Ga^. See Sovereign 
1 Gnaety and Innocence (noy 
Uaynau;.95. (95.) 95 
By GALANTHoa, c— Ariel, 89 
hj Galaob, i.^Pyrrha, 112, 

182 
Oa/Ora. 17 
Gambler, 80 

Gamecock (now York), 9, 106. 
IM. 106, 123, laO 
1 Gammon, (9.) 31. 88 
Gardenia (5 yrs old). 180, 138. 
184 
a Gardenia (8 yrs old). 6, 6. 
(28.) CS3,) 88, 108, (111,) 112, 
114. Il« 
SGarendon, (80,) (21,) 103, (103) 
XGarfortb, 25, 67, (108), 118, 
(140) 
Garibaldi, 87, 80 
Garrick, 71, 71, 10? 
Gayl«4*« 



Woti 

B tictiorni, Tkie, iW,l im, { ifls.) 

(1114. J (104,1 JOB. lElO, LliO,) 

till,) jliflj(l!ll) 
Bf 't\\itAj&mii.»i.u,c'h, t. {k yrs 

aLiI), ^<,4i„ fli, Eta, IU4, Wi 
Bv IkSnjual Pdi.umik, c. — 

5 Gensral Sa^e. m^^l. \.^*\ (W,) 
M, i*^) 4J> B8, BU, W, (100,) 
114. 114, (itJl.} ItB 
Oriteritl SFMritJk, 14j IS, IS 

4 Girnt, The, H!*, {!»,) », ((0,) 

neaiiinff, l£, 7^,74 

lih>lllii;Cnltiun. ^3,87 
U"bldi i9, Ut. S^^ M* 44, 44 

Uitt., The- SwTlie SiiaiLaw 

IlLlUm.a 

by 11(1,(1 ^uf GEiairav orGAiia* 

iilLlin^ble^ 1, II 

Gii»jf B<M,r^ ua 
I Qipta B«v. ftt (lad,) lie 



Giptj Lmu, Ida 



GiTe-rtna-aKkL-, «, IS, Hi, Ait 

By Gl^ihatoSi c-^Alibt'is^S© 

^ htMhfir to i'iirty Lnt 

I. il. I.y Iliiru^c^tT Jfi* 

L '— L.— ii,\Mittik^Au'm d. Ll^ (88) 

- — c— Lliyj Its. ai, a7, Mj 77 

1 . f. (SU, n ^HiMilUXHIl)— 

IiDlEjpup [■"7) 

1 L%— HBvlval, IB, (M,t 135 

— r. — Bt^rt*, £9, iN, Al 
7 Gladiiile.7,H, «i, 'i^4. d;. r'i2.) 

5^. (Hi.) M4, tBa,J flr, ( '7.) 



te?,> lOfi, 107, (HJtt.i 
-^ " '14, Cliiflf) Itfl 



L21j 

je7,'im. id4 ,; 

I G'1t.]>?a. iA^ *7. BJ, {\^,\ O'M") 

Uj dUA' [rljljLiiaCI/sJ'.'^Ll<[tbda, 

Gk'QdiL.waf^ 01 

I irlsn EailM\y iB.\ %t, 7I« a»« 140 
Ud )i«hbd, US 

Quid o>itt,y£,a;i 

Giiid^ia Lady, Ttast I, Si, 47 
Gu'dftu^, d 

Guod OirU^, a 
1 GnndwotMl, IK, If, A, ft, 81, 
^7^ ^i, ^. (ail) e:t» BM, 94, 
I^UH.) U« 
{iD-an, 28 
By Gnnu &Miu>v, r. — t^Iima, 

138 
Orai'i' Dil.rlhti2, IS 
4 GtiUMrj (lalffl Gruc* llnmrllicirn). 
Llt,^ ii2, m. 41^^ Til', tU. 87, 
lJ^,Mlt». UL. Uil,(U4jij L^29) 
f ; r.iiam. 33 
I (fruhlj.v 0U1 
it Ur.^whnupir, IB, 15, 23, («2,^ 

4 Gr^iJ*. 49, fti. UO,} m,^ 75, 

(it.) Mil*.) 117, 117, U7 
L Gr»ti'>udv,2A,'i2,{r^) 
<XGri!u«; Pit*, LI4 

Gg^ifafvj Tbe, las ^ 



163 

Won ^'t^t ' 

Grenofen,78 
I By GnBasuN, gr. g., (112)]' 

Greenwich. 22 
I Grief, 7. 23, (24.) 87, 27, 181, 148 
1 Grist, 33, 96, (1U4) 

Orotvenor, 40 

Orotten, lli, 115 

Guardsman, 6, 188 
8 Gulliver. 16. (17,) S4, 84, 89. 31, 
47, 47, 84, »5, 94, (94,) 99, 100, 
(100.) 183, 124 

Gum-flower, 28. 116 
1 Gun Cotton, (58) '"T 

Guy lfa«M«rmg, 128, 186 
1 Gwenny, 9, 53, 109, (109,) 100 



Habet. 18 : 

1 Hagley, 15, (80) 
Haidee, .% 42, 42 

5 flalfand-halt. 2, (9.) S8, (69.) 

69, (109.) 120, i23. 132, lb3 , 
Halo, 7, 15 
Hampton, 116 
« HandKome Doe, The, 34, 63, 
tlOl), (llO,) (110,) (110,) 
(130,) (130,) 139 
4 Uardinge, (18,) (18,) 18, 65, 
(117,) 118,(183) 
By Hardwick, f. — Miss Burn- 
ley. 58, 97 
Hardwick, 87, 105, 105 
10 Haricot, (45.) (84.) (86.) (92.) 
(92,) (97.) fiOO,) 107. 108, 
(123.) (123.) (124,) 124 
Harem. 64 
llarkawny, 18, 88 
Hark-over, 182 
Harlestone, 4 
Harlequin, 82 
Harlequinade, 77 
1 Harp, (50) 

1 Harpsichord, 55, (55.) 138 

6 HarrloU, 7, 8. 86. (86,) 39, (56.) 

83, (84.) (88.) (98,) (107). 
100. 124, 180 
Harty. 44 

Harum-scanun, by Lanercost, 
75, 1 17, 121 
8 Harum-scarum, by Pantaloon, 
8. (14,) 17, 20, 33, 34, 49, 6<>. 
68,74, (81.)82. 80, 105 

2 Ha-tn. (15.) (16.) 33. 35 

aasieaway. See ElopemenL 
awkstonc, 8 
Haynnu. See Gaiety and Inno- 
cence. 
1 ^a«y, 5. 86. 67, 89. 101, (117.) 
(118,) 124,125, 1x6,133 
Headsman, 86. 86, 95 
Heart c^ Oak, 40, 49, 62. 79, 
195 
1 HeMther-bell, 60. 61. (94,) 94, 

95, 140 
1 Hebe, (52.) 63. 90, 101. lOt 
Heir-at-law, 86. 86, 86, 95, 9.5/ 

124 
H^r/oom,6,6, 125. 186 
Uelter-kkelter, 67. 69. 74, P9. 
110,111,111.141 
1 H«len, (32.) 88. 8i. 45. 46. 51, 

58 
8 Helnuman, (8.) (8) 
1 Henrietta, (65) 
Henry, 28, 86, 95 
Henry of Exeter. See St. Vd- 

muod. 
Herbert, 18. 26, 24. 119. 139 
* Hercules (late Vroiickaoir e) , 
111. (129) 
Heriar, 85 
I HemandeM, (S^) «*, (I >,) Uf 



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164 

Won I 

4 Usroins. 84, (85.) M, 74. (M,) 

(180.) (l»l,) 18«. 188 
1 Hesu Homlmg, 88, (180,) 188 
Hie-orer. 103, 103 

1 Higbwajman. The, 63. (75,). 78. 

80. 90. S«, 104, 104, 104, 130 
r Hindo.S 

2 Hind <*f the Forest (now Meld 

Marian), 8. 18, S5, 84, (44.) 
44, flS. 63. 74. (»S.) 94. 117. 
118. 1S8. 189. 14S 
Hippia. 13, 1 4, 65. 84. 118, lt4 
tBippogrif» 50. (9«,) 97. 125, 
127, (138,) 137 
Hippona, 79 

Hippopntamus (\at» Joho Col- 
ter), 28. 107 
' Hippolytui, 68, 108 
fl Holloa, 00, 04. (95,) (110) 
Homoeopath/. £<« Castaway, 
Honeycomb. 14, 15, 51, ««, 69, 

69, 124, 126 
Honeymoon, 115 
Honeymoon (b. b.), 141 
fl Hood v.now Nishteap), 84, «6, 
79. (80.) 90, 91, 96, 104, (104,) 

loe 

Hope (8 yrs old), 18, SO, 112 

(5 yrs old). 56, 68, 68. 78, 

75.93,112 
1 Horace, (8) 

holhorre, 88, 85 
I Humbug, 96, (98) 

Homd rum, 87,80 

Humphrey, 8, 58. 66. 68, 6a 
' 127. 134 
I Hurry-tcurry, 49. 68, 68 



INDEX TO RACES PAST. 



1 Ivanboe. (2) 




Jack. 


Kh-,,-, lU 




1 Jack }u 


,,.,-^,iw,7r,e3,{9fl 


Ilia 


Jacti r. 


■ hi 04 




Jack.m 


ij.tr-rornM, % ir 




iBy .t., 


.-iM-rnv^f^iti^JiK, 


r.— 


ViH.. 


.aufiK, rMA Ittt, 


IN 


1 JacV,. r 


,.il-Tr..d«,S.*.(4-l 


Jaeh i 


'T.w„C^, J35, i(n, tl 




Jaci U 


I'.i.^.uti, lb, iD^QQ, 


Hfi 


JactH * 


niriljrm, 77 




JagrH: 


, ■rj. w 




Jan, i 


n'.Li,^tf ; 




Jav.^r.ci 


II.. 10 




Jeai.iL 


1^, ut, ii 




Jell y^ I. 


1- . U4. w, m, on 




JenLtj n 


UnMi-ti'. Ill 





I-am>off, 118 
l/aii(A«.5. 11. (27) 1 

lantbe (8 yrs old), 30. 81 
! Ichaboe,95 i 

I'll- win-iM'car. 110 
9 Ima, 21. (21,) 81, 37, 52. (52.) 
52, (68,) (64.) 116. 121, 121, 
131, (131) 
I'm afloat, 86 
Imaginationt 45 
2 Imperial. 37, 42. (48.) (04) 
4 Impression, 8, 14,S5. 26. 88, 40, 
41,79, (105.) (105.) 110,(110,) 
115, 120.(120.) 121,140 
Incendiary, 1 10 
; IneurabUt TA*, 89, 48, 44, 69, 
189 
Jndtana. 67 
1 IjiaratUude, 50, 113, (187) 
By iNHKHiTOH or Jbbby, c— 
Pecrslayer's d.. 19 
1 Inhcriirctt, 29, (76.) Ill, 112, 
122 
Intrepid, 97 
lole, 25. 26. 84 
i lone, (12.) 138 

tones, 75 
• Ipecacuanha, 87 
' Jraeundtu, 11, 61, 69, 78, 105, 
136, 137. 139 
Irish Ambassador, The, 28, 27, 
2B, 29, SO, 61. 64, 75, 75, 86. 
87 
Irish Jig. 86, 48 
Irish Lmss, 37 

1 Iron Crown, The, (8.) 81 

2 Iron Rflil, 7» 77, (78.) (78,) 

101.117 
I»aac. 95 
\ fBabcl1a(8yTtold), 63 
JtaMla (2 yrs old). See f. by 

Pantaloon— Sherbet. 
Jtehia, 125. 127, 187 
Italian. The. (6.) (70 »8| 55, 

56, (83,) 85, 107, 134 



Jennv Uftd 1 yrs), m. 04 : 
{Mr €"Hi(i5D'i\7< 

1 (4 trfcl, bT riimrlCT :KI1), 

47 ■ ■ ■ '■.■. ":. 117^ Ji'P, 114, 

l.i. l: . 

I (5 yrs), 180 

1 By JsaaBD, m., d. by CaiUtmd, 

42, (76.) 77. 128 
Jericho. 40 
Jerrr, 4.51. 51, 58,116 

2 By JBBRY, r, dam's pedigree 

unknown, 99, 100 
Je»sica. 128 
Jenie. by Ion. 95, 06. 140 

(bred in France), 26, 138 

1 (late Biisv Foot), (4 vrs), 

88,-89, 95. 96.96. (101.) IIU, 
119, 180„18C. 140. 140 

i (aged), (129) 

1 Jest, STIS, 19, (25) 

Jester (4 yrs). 81. 79 
1 Jester. The (3 yrs), (55,) 56 
Jew, The. 9 
Jezahrl.SO, 116 
8 Joc-o«-Sot. 10.(11.) 24,24. (83,) 
48, 48. (67.) 68. 69. 79. 98, 106, 
107, 187. KO 
Jo«Xi(My. 77, 182, l.?5 
Joe Sutherland. 106, 111, 122. 
128. 132 

1 John of Berwick (lata Sir Si* 
mon Bradstreet).29, 30, (53,) 

76. 77, 89. fl9, 100 
John Cosaer. See Hippopo- 
tamus 

4 John Dory. 16. 28, (85.) 86, 77. 

77. (92.) 02, 92. (95,) 95, m, 
(128.) 124 

John ofTuam, 1, 57. 68,68, 63 
John>o*-Gxoat, 128 
By John-o'-Gaokt, c — Mb 
Mie's d.. 18 
1 c, d. by The Saddler, 68, 

J<.i.ni i.' I^rrie,28,95 
J<rriMJ,,i'., 12,82,51,52 
JmInc^-. Tlie, 118 

2 Jiive^Vr^ by Sleight of-Hand, 
It C':) 56. (81,) 98, 107,121. 



Won 

1 Kennett. 52, (92) 

Keraun, 13, 14 
1 Kennington. (55.) 50, 28 l\ 

Kbondooz. 9, 96 
8 Kill- . r M : It . 1 . 3, 4, 1 T« 1 7, (45.) 

45. .■ . ■-. i^r/i v"'-)"/. n*. 

114. LH] 

By K infO U«iH«<^itT, b- g, (b. b.). 
72. P* 

Kin«i.frTjn,rir,£i,i«pl88 

Kin i. ■..:L-h 

Kin ti 

I Kin 1!, ) 97t B7 

Kin , m 

Kiuri t J Ou if. The, 65, i$5 
1 KisKi^nt. lEi, 112, CllHi) 124, 
11 1, liifl 

Kltn. 10 

Knit(t,i if the Girfitt, 40^ 55, 68 
1 Kni'^iii f/ thtTitUlkt 49, 126, 

(|^J^ 

1 Knij^hl er nrftattgil] (late 

8 Kn{j*1UihritVT^nii#iTV>e%4.8, It. 
IH. 1 17.) { III, I *a, lauo 55», 60, 
67 
By Kklcjiit of riiJt Wuistlb, 
n— Game -lass, 2fl. 80 

1 ch. c. (h. b.), (102) 

JTnooik KnoUf 38, 88, 40, 95. 65, 

106 
Koout. The. 23 
1 Kremen, (105) ' 
1 ByKBBMLiM.f.—Etw«jaf Star, 
16. (31.) 89. 44 



3v-:: 

J.. 

Ji 



I 'V Physician, 26 

127, 136, 188 
. ), 79, 80, 94, 104 



Kalorea, 26 

Kate Kearney, 115, 138, 18S 
Kathleen (h.b.).A8 
3 Kathleen, by Lanercost, 8^ 85. 
(44.) 60, 61, (04,) (94,) 101, 

Katiuka, 66. 67 
1 Kelesbea, 5. 28, 28. 24,42, (48.) 
56. 57, 108, 103, 115, 115, 122, 
122. 129 
Kenihrorth Lass, 8 



Labvriulh, 124 
1 La Danjieuse. 21, (81) 
1 Lady Ann, (80) 
Lady liessie. 72 

Bountifvl. 54, 62, 63 

Charlotte, 16, 106 

2 Day, 9, 15, (48.) (48,) 52. 

58,64,64,82. 98,110,126 

5 Eden. («,) 6, 46, C56,) 

(63.) (68.) (71,) 71,84 
— Klennor, 1 16 

E>elyn, 15, 84 

8 Fordwich. (37.) (80,) 91. 

96, IU4, 104, 131 

2 Frances, 34, 40, 44, (44,) 80, 

90, (140) 

OndiTB (b. b.),2, 141^ 

. Grey, 20.21,21 

8 ..i- Uylda, 10, 10, 16, 81, 85, 
(86.) 86, 51, 52, 94, 94, 99. 
(100,) 114. 114. 115, 120, 122, 
128 

8 .— I*m.oft'. 8, 6, 12, 12, (12.) 
82, 82, 46, (51.) 52, 85, (R6.) 
86. 04, 94, 107, HI. 182, 132. 
182 

5 Jersey, (57,) (62,J 82, (98,) 

98, 115, (116.) (117.) 129, 129 

Litt, 114 

1 Maria, (116) 

— Mowbray, 71. 8^ 

PeuTdaran, The. 109, 109 

Speedy, 28, 55, 88, 68, 99, 

100 

Stuart, 19 

Tryphena,48, 181 

Lseda.o 

La Fianc^. 47. 108, 186] 
Lag-last (late VI ire), 82 
LaJtrite. SetfLe.luif. 
8 La Malheoreuse (late Cybele), 
5,43,47,48.51.(70.)(70,)(124) 
Lammas Lass, 80 
Lammermoor, 11, 149 
Lamplighter, 84 



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INDEX TO BACES PAST. 



165 



Won 

Lancashlr« Witch, 108 

Lancaiter, 66 
a LandgraTe, (110,) 126, (134) 
5 Landseer, (21,) 52. 98, (82,) 
(89.) 91,01, (110,) (US.) Itt5, 

lae 

LandHDan Qaf tbc Hack), 9 
Bj Lamb ROOST, C— Camp Fol- 
lower, 1I,S5. 78 
( .~- f.- Canada. 19. 90 

— C— Countess, 85, 44 

— c. (bro. to Cupid)--Q. of 
Bcautv, 9 

f. — Goldtm Drop, 85, 108 

— - f. (sic. to Swallov) — 
L'Uirondelle, 85, 88, 85, 131, 
183 

t—Ladtf Gay, 130, 189 

—— c.—La BtUexMa, 88, SO 

c— Jf ji« Clifton, 102 

f.—Miu Thomaatna, 142 

f., d. by M. Moloch, 1. 29 

1 c. ibro. to ElUrdal*), d. by 

Tomboy, (6.) 55, 85, 108, 109 
~ B; Lankrcost or Rrtribvbb, 
t-Pkyialit, 55, 106, 108, 185, 
187 
Lan^ej Lad, it 
Langton. 5, 7*8<, 93, 108 
Lapwing, SO, tl, 21 
Lass of Gowrie, 98 
Lass of Underley, The, 21, 27, 

86, 55, 76, 98 
Last Forester, The, 8, 8 
8 Latitat, 87. 102, 110, (110,) 118, 

129, (180) 
8 LaVoleuse. (20,) 20. 81, (21,) 

24.55,(103,) 128 
I By Launcblot, c. (now Man- 
Chester), d. by Liverpool, M, 
56.80,100, (114) 

f.— Hir/Woy, 142 

8 Laundrymaid, (9.) 25, (84.) 44, 
44, 54, 77. 7»f (78>) 79, 86, 86, 
91,92,92, 105.140 
LHUra,,8, 28,' £4, 71i 107, 138. 

141, 148 
Lanrestina, 129 
! Leadivg ArtieU, Th«,6, 108 
Leamhigiun, 2, 8 
Lttm-year, 5, B 
Le Beau, 14, 14, 17 
4 Lecomte, 45, (58.) (58,) (58.) 

59,00,(116) 
1 Legerdemain, by Pantaloon, 
(29,) 47. 56 

by Sleigbt-of-band, 97> 126, 

127. 133 
Leghorn, 71 
1 Legislator, (8,) 9, 81 
1 Le Juif (lata La Juive), 77, 88, 
(98) 
Leonidas, 3, 4, 12, 18, 17,28, 28 
Lepidut. 11 
Lethargy. 16,81, 88 
iMSxiA, 18. 26, 1 19, 126, 18« 
. Leyham (Epirua cO, 140 
Libby, 118 

Lillie, 28, 89, 80, 124. 124 
Lily Dawson. 42, 76, 87, 88, 105 
1 LUmeet, The, 81, 81, (118,) 187 
Lismabago, 66 
Listen, 82 
1 Uttle Charley, (58) 

4 Envy, 16, 52. (58.) (04,) 80, 

90, 90, 97, (97,) (102,) 108, 
104, 104, 105 
«— Fan, 48 

1 Fanny, 88. 87. 44, 84, 7», 

(70.) 80. 81,07,97 

. Fawn, The, 70, 85 

Heamah, 45 

^ UoD^ton, (8,) 81 



Won 

SLittle Jack. 88, 40, 40, C48,)(50,) 
00, (90.) 90. (91.) (93.) 98, 
(98,) (9/,) (99.) 108. 119 
Little Jane, 70 

I Jenny (3 yrs old) (Coro- 

nation f.), 1, 22, 24, 55, ^5.) 
77.89 

Jenny (6 yrs old), 4 

1 John, 10. 50, (53,) 08 

Nan, 43 

8 Queen (4 yrs old), 8, 16. 

(17.) (40.) 47, (51.) 52. (58,) 
63. 63, 68, 100, 100, 111. Hi, 
(114.)(114,H114,)(141) 

Queen (h. b.), 37, 87, 80, 

96. 101 

Tally. 8 

1 By LiTTLB Tom, g., d.by Grey 
OrviHe,(lI6) 

Tommv, 183 

Wonder. 1 

8 Lixzii?, 7Q> M. U06.) (100.) 106 

pX fk-ainiUorii 51 

iMuitXant^^, d«, WMt 186 
Lodi>i]#. 3. 1^ 
8 LoU :il.?nu>*. ilUj.^ 114, (114) 

Limi*r, fll 
8 LorL»(lniue^, CU»> 14. 40, 189, 128, 

(i&i> 
I Loo. UA. (ISO.) 141 
1 Lord l3Altocln> (71^) H 

1 . EmrtoFd {lu bOi Gate 

Hifnktrr). f70) 
By LciT„ s1>*. U3 AUKwiDa, 17 
Lolirrjf. IS3 
Lauie, eo, 109 

LOIIHH, OU 

8 LtniifNapt^t^a, (S,) ti, (80,) 88 

Lois' r'lflW, CSI 

Liu'v HKi*ilinrti, 70 

LncT Neil. 7. 10, H 

Luxur. ;j 
1 Lnxiii f , (?oo iea, sa. M. 99, 95, 
Pi. \i;^. vi-k 

Lyeinlk. 86 » 
1 Lyme, 27, 30, (7«,) 77, 89, 109 
1 Lysimachus, SO, (102) 

Macaw (4 yrs old), 38, 80 
Macreadv,82 
8 Madame'Wharion, 80, (45,) 88, 

(90.) (too,) 114 
I Made-safe, V9. 30, 81, 68, (77.) 
77.89.04.99, 100,110 
Madge Grav, 9 

Wildfire, 124 

Magic, 141 
8 Magician, 17. 29, 47. 51, 98, 59, 
(57,)(93.)93,n8, 113, 140, 142 
1 Magic Wand, 1. 1, 8, 120, 128. 

129, 182. (182) 
1 Mngnet, Tlie, 6, 10, (16,) 25, 84 

Mahascah, 5 
2'Mabratto, 7. 12, 14, (25.) (126) 
'Maid of Lvme, 86. 58. 59 

of Loirn, The, 9, 41, 48, W 

ofMarriek. 112 

.— of Masham, 5. 40; ^7.) 
(58.) 58, (54.) (58,) 84, (115.) 
184 

Marian. See Hind of the 

Fr«re»t 
-^ortlnitMivif,4A. 

41^ JA*Jllri«HfOlJ^4<,T7^ LI4 

(:,«.> W, Bit 00, 117 

8 rjf T*iuri VaUtf^H Thf. 6, 

(47.>H5S,(«,)(«.)*fl' 84, 
8i, lei, Ito 



Won 
Maneluiler. See c by Launce- 

Int 
M.Tii]Wil,ar»-'^?, », J2 

8 KUliin«tbaT>, aU <3> Mf ^* €8, 

TJ. (fto.xaijsatfls, Sffiiu 

tifttvtie, W 
1 Marbiirj. (113,) Ut. 119, 1U 
4 tlarcbkoTin*, The, ^7. (91,) II 
VI. BO, (Of.) 10S, (lOi,) 104, 

-^— d'Eu.&7, 109 
3I'irj^^ntta^ fj, HO 

1 M^irfo-w, ». {B9J 

MsjtIh l>n», ft 

Miir]jklllaiit.«7. 130 
1 .Vartbo'Totigh B^rJt. (W) 

4 Mat^ 1 1«| 1'7> (£^) *. f. 0, S3. 

£». 30, J5, m: m. 4b4.> p07.) 

im. HI, ll«2.H4fl 
M^Tqiki* of C'^nT'fiftiiiiTn.lD, 4lr 

4^79, eo^Ol^M. 14D 
By iMAHBHAi, Sotiif, r.^tb^lo 

Ni,ntu^4C,48i«4. ?S 
Mnrlbn Aeitii*, 40 

9 .MnrLiDgHle, 7+* Bl, (82-1 [SO.) 
(WO (97,) 101, ULO-Vino.) 
(HO J (11».,J (IBS,) ISO, 131 

NvfT,^,40, 41 
8 Nohl.ler. (ll,> 13, (54,1 t'd, 

MaMijF airti.ii,* 

5 ^^^ D,-,^t.*, (&,1 47, si, 46. m, 

es, i^xit 1^9 ki^'<.3 i^rtiss.) 

{ 141,7 (141,) 142 
t — :- Murray, IS, 18, 81,81,84, 

37. 44, (54,) (54) 
8 Matilda, (42.) (118) 

Mayors, 83 
4 Mavday, 24, 85, 81, (81,) 88. 98. 
1U3, (105.) (120,) (180.) 127, 
180 
8 Mease. The. 1. (98.) 85. (80.) 
48, 55, ll.\ 115, 122, lU. 139J 
Mea»ham. SO, 21 
Meaux. 45 
Meg Murdock, 81 
By Mklbournb, f. (8 yrs old) 

(d. unknown), 7tf ^ 
Melford, 48. 48 . 
Melita, 88 
I Melros«>, (45) 

1 Meridian (dead), 51, (eS,*) 84,85 
Merlin. Tlie. Ill 
Merry Boy. 95 

Peal, 40, 67, 00, 117, HO, 

187,188 
By Mbrbt Lbos, br. m., 141 J 
Merryman. 181 
Messman, Ji, 70. 31 
ByMBTAt, f. — K»««i,26 
8 Methodist. The, (86.) (02.) 92 , 

92,95 
8 Michael Brunton, (47,) 56, (59.) 

62, 08. (73.) 74, 80, 82, 82 
1 Mickleton, 14, 40, (.47,) 65,84, 

84. 118 
8 Uidas, 50, (60.) 117. 125, 187» 



(188,) (138) 
Midnight, 10, 10, 141 
Midsummer, 53 * 

8 Mlgnon, 16. 87.28. 38, 48, 60, 
09, 72. (72.) 87. 115, 120, 181, 
132.133.(186) 
1 Milcote, (93.) U8 
8 Mildew, 38, (^,) 89. (56.) 66. 
(67.) 68, (83,) (84,) (84.) 108, 
109, (124.) 188. (185.) 137. 187. 
18B ..^ 

Milk.boy, 98 



8 Main? TTadt (iMii' Dfl Witt), U5,) Miller. The. See Sir Benjamin 
Cv5,)4B.£7>ia<* lua • Milton, fi**"' 



$ Epirua g. 



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166 



Won 

Miino«m«8 

Miner, Tlie, J3 ' 

Mining Queen, 7) 
1 Minimum. «. 78.74*107.11*. 
ISO, (U9i) 

Minisier, SI 
1 Minlo, (14) 

MiKhirf, 116 
1 Hiunrrinta, W, (88.) 91, 134, 188 

Muk^tiici-inaker, 5 

JfwrtV*, 71, 1*7 

Mm Ann. U, 86, «7» 87. 08, 
18*. IU7 

Bailey, 08 

Chunce. 106 

1 Colhng-'ood. (««,) 7**1*1 

l>al^lei»b,48 

1 lOucn, (141) 

Em.1,,87 

1 pMany. (84,) 89, 86, 08 

— — GcorgUnM, 11« 

Jane. Bi, 46, 70, 84, 04, 04 

I Judy Muan, (98) 

Julia. 6. 87 

Kitty, S 

2 Larkawar. 15. 16. 80, 84, 

(•I.) 78, 78, (•«»,) 101, 101, 
184, 137 

8 X-ottery, 46, (47.) 48. 48, 

(51,) (6«.)86,8., (M6.)(»l.) 
9*,{9i») (02.) rOi.) 85. WO, 
i0C. Ui, 189, 141. Hi 

Miltun. 46 

I Nipper, iJt. 81. 68, 8*. 01, 

05, (96) 

Folly. 58 

1 Pullaway. (88.) 8* 

5j Spring. U, 16. («8,) (41) 

1 Stamfoid, (60.) 60. 97 

1 Weat. (9.) 81, 46. 48. 49, 

49,68.80 
1 W'hitefoot, 10, (10) 

MUr«. Tlu, u, 81 
. Mr Mnrymait, tt, S7, 88. 184, 



188 
Mr Milner, 84 
4 Mrs Tait (10,) S8, 60, 69, (96,) 

(I0»,) (118.) 186 
8 Mr TooU. 81. 48, 69, 88, (88,) 

(08.) 104, 104 
1 Modestina. (87,) 76. 77. 83. 80. 

96 
1 ModentT. (78.) 78, 78, 78, 78 
Mogador. 41, 41 
JIfona't Prida, 85, 13S 
8 Monk, Tlie. 8.7. 8, 16,(30,) (42,) 
48. 48. 7* 
Montague, 88 

Mnnlezuma (dend) , 1 , 57. 88, 88 
1 Monipemier, »j, wo. (185.) 189 

Mooltan, 18, 20, 87. 66, 117. 118 
8 Moor, The. 32. 40, 41, 65, 69. 
(72.) (7-1.) 00, 127 
Morning Star, The. 110 
Murucco. 06. 180. i80. 131 
Morpeth, 04 
1 MoiteL, 9, (42.) 40. 60. 70 
8 Mounseer (dead), 7. H. (**.) 

88, (60.) (61) 
1 Mountain Dew. 81.8S,8i, (07.) 
102.115,119. 1*0 
l^lountaineer, 74 
8 MouM, 18, 15, 26. 40, <4l,) 
(44) 

Mud Boots, 112 
Mud Boots, sittor to, US, 129 
By MoLKY Moloch, f.— I'ea^ 
dulum, 95. I8« 

f. d. by Camel. 1*4. 188 

1 Mutgrave. 45. (46.) 8» 
Rv Mns. c— Virago. 8m Mouse 
Music (dead), 8. 6*. (64.) 64, 
70,70,88 



INDEX TO RACES FASTa 

6 Musician. 7. 18. (*B,) («.) 
(87.) (65,) (69,) (186,) 186 

Mutquito, 116 
1 My Mary. 84. 68. (88.) 06. 104 

MysUele, 28. 47, 51, 52. 131 

Nameleas. See Martingale. 
8 Nanoy Banks, 04, (04.) (Ul.) 

111,(116) 
1 Nancy, 108, 100, (181) 
8 Naury Dawson, 58. (88). 6i, 
109. 10*. (112.) 182 
Napoleon. 116. 116 
Narbunnc, 13 
Narctssus. 88 
1 Neaiham, (6.) 108 
1 Necklaoe. (18), 10. 116, 186 
Needful, 74, 74,78,70 
Ae^roponi, 16 
Nell Cook. Set The Queen of 

Trumps 
N«<s<jn, 1 
Nepaul (late Bright Star), 28. 

86,86,05.05.05 
Neir Br ghton, 00. 10b 
New Clothes. 78 
New Kra, The, 15 
1 New Ferest Deer. 4, 67* (00.) 

70, 75. 70. 1 10. 133 
1 New Forest Doe, 101, 101. l», 

188, M8, (128 ) 181 
8 Newport. (17.) 50. 66, 78. (117.) 
127, 134. (180) 
New»mongcr. ii2. 64 
Nieoliafin, 88, 106 
1 Niirger. The. (18.) 38 _ 
Nightcnp. See lioed 
Night»bHde, 42 
Nina. 20, 87, 41 
1 Nineveh, 19. (85.) S6 
By Thk Nob, c— Harmony, 18. 

19,25 
Nondseeript, 55»W, 187 
Norma, 31 
By NoaMANyr, b. m. (fi yrs 

old). lU, 11.88 
Normantun, 64, 66. 68. 61. 08 
Northern Eagle, Ji 
Nun, Ilia (St. Martin, f.), 1, 
46,47 
1 Nutbrown. 8. 12, S5. 68. 6*, 71* 

72. (ftl,)0l,01,07 
8 Nutcracker. 13. 18, (13.) 19, 25, 
88. (40.) 67. 68, 60, 118, 126 
Nuthatch, 19, 19 
Nutlev.7 
1 Nutmex. 25, (68.) 184, 198 
6 Nuuhen(18,) (14.) 80. 88. 65. 
67, (118.) (127.) 185, (188) ^ 
ByNoTWiTB. f.— Agnes, 7, 2* 



Ocean, The, 10 
Ouvioe.96. 96 
8 (Edipun. 89. 41. 66. 68, (75.) 00. 

00. 112, 113, 113, (189) 
6 Officious. (12.) (15.) 88. (40,) 
(M.) (59.) «8 
Ol : Actretf. 129 

A Ml. 63 

1 Ctiarloite Hyde, 45, (46.) 

41, 48. 97 

C<aret. 85 

Commodore, The, 88 

1 Dan Tucker. (125) 

English Gentleman, 41. 44. 

48, 4H,72. 80, 101,115 

4 Fox, Iho, 83, (84.) 85. 85, 

41, (91.) (81.) 104, 104, 104. 
135. (139) 

No. 1*. 1 

Z Time*. 64 

OUvia, 0, 26. 50 



Won 

Oliver Ccomvnll. 88 

Olympian, 37 
2 Ondine. 14, (10.) (125.) U5, 137. 
130 

1 Oaee-mort, 98. (71.) 1S4. 133. 
188 

2 Ormsby. 98.9*, 95. (^.) 82. 8S. 
(94.) 116 

Oscar. 23, 27, 42 
1 Osbaldaston. 1. 8. (4,) 17. IB, 

y2, 22. 80. 47. 48. 55 
1 Osbaidwick. 17. 22. 84, 25. 4S. 
45. 71. 8t, 85. 80, 106, 100, 
(114.) 115, 18i 
Osier, 4 
1 Osterley. 7. (15.) 93 
Our Jem. Ill 
Oversight, 24. *7 
Oyster Girl, 10 
Oxford Blue, The. 1, 47, 51, 53 



Pwldy. 10 

Palai* Hoyal, 58. 06 
1 Pandea. 87. 44, 62, (8*,) 16L ; 

PaMdemMi, 181 
I ran.pe. (29.) 49. 40. 121 
9 Pansey, 27, 27, 42. 49. 64, (75.) 
75. 77, (89,) 96, 100, 100, |S2, 
123. 123. no 
By Pantaloon, c— Dccov, S2 

U-^Camp'/Mt/wer (Fugle- 

mHn's d.). 65, 8U. 108, 100, 
188. 140 

c — Lily. 118 

f. — Mite. 8, 22, 29 

1 f. (now /MbcUa)— Sherbet, 

30, (44.) 62, 78, 105. 180. 140 
f — »'»rago, 51. 118, i*. 

Pa . .■:.., :j 

Pa,..., il, J3 

/»s.j.i.-'£a. Vk 145, IM 

Ps -. i s. 5. m. tfo 

Pa- '--=■ '- t. 37, flip 5«, 59, 

I -\ 

Po 
1 Pa • > . Ji5. tJ&Ul 

Pairii..k, J, 10^ i)u,ti7, U? 
Paiiipt. *5 
PhllL, }it CisUiisrtLan*. 90, 196, 

la-l 
1 Pa^M, i<7 ^Iv E«aac.(7S,) 191 

Pa ! .\an^r, >|5i Bt 

Pa rrjkef. 3^ 

Paviii..., tT. TI(*jlO 
6 iM.r.Krf-r. ift.> (1 0*1 tHO (80.) 
(.:m ish,3 vm,n7 
Pe..M..k,;i 
3 Pe. .M,t t;irl. (3,) 4, n, (50.) 
" ■ ■ ifiu;. 



flj ll,j,^,Sgi,4» 

?d. iij},ia« 

lill,) ft?. 88.41, 

!t<J, m. 186 



Peii. 
Pell.,. 
Pe 
2 Pe 
Pe 
Pe 

Pe -.■... r.,M.L-. [ri$ 
Pe^.•.lil.■|, hn!^ Bi,B%&S 
Pei..r. nr 
p«.-.-, -Ji* c;r^t.ai>, afl| 71, 71 

Pel.- S.mtiliS, 1? 

Pe-j..^.n.i^a7 

Ph'. >^u|,hsr. 14 
Pn.,1..'. 72 : 

1 Ph.r isiJI.f^) 

Phi-^^'hm, 110, 114 
4 Phhgx,i.^.Jf\. t6.Sj (eg,) (60,) 
117. IIH, lltiA,) U4, im 
PUrrt 4b TMok*. 9, 3J, 80, 96, 
135 



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INDEX TO RACES PAST. 



167 



Won 

Pili-box 

\ Pilot, The, bf S. Anchor, «S, 
78, (78.) 78, 7«. 8«. 86, 86 

4 Pilot, The, by Bran, 4:2, (109.) 

109, 121, 0*8,) QW9,) (141) 
Pioneer, 3 
Pio Noao, I, I 
1 Pitouetie, t6, »S M, 8», (108.) 

I<8, IdO 
3 PiUford, (18.) 88. (87.) (85.) 
107. 108. 124 
Pity the Blind. 48, OS, 75. 88. 

M. 117* 117 
Piii»IX..7, 1»,«« 
8 Pizarro, (SO,) (21,) 21, 88. 80, 

108 
8 PlnintiflT. 109, (109,) 181, 188. 
138, (141) 
Planet. 10 
Plaio. 9), 95 
8 Plougbboy. 86, 67, (69.) (78,) 

124, 187, 184 
I Polka, Mged. 114 

,The(5yrs), 11,59 

I Poll, 114 

PolonaiM, 48. 59, 84, 83, IO7, 

111 
Potnme de Terre. 44 
Pomona (late Belize), 85, 48, 
63, 58. 69. 7« 

5 Pnoeey. (2«,) 25,99, (IS9) 

8 Portia, 1, (1.) 82, (83.) U, 55. 
Si). 122, ia«, 141. 148 
Po<t-tempore, 16, 17 

Pnn-T l.ilH, h\ 

S 1'ttt-l.trli, .;4rto (411 ) 53, TO, 94 

PrwdjJ^istn, 1 L, ]ir>, «!}, Jb, lOl 

8 fr«««ni,£j, (ttlH> Br, B?l 

8 f^rB»kaw, {L}»> ^1 ^9. 4Q. 41, 

(5ti,>Sl, BJ. 117. 0*4, J 127. 

\m^ 1^1, 1^;, 1^ 

8 Frwii%*, B, (la.) !W, 5U 117. 
(I la. H 1*4 J 

Pfripndff , P7 
Protiy K lie, Ell 
Pride 4ir Cofve Dale, 4P, 1 1 ;l 
8 Pniteaf t:J*OK TtiD. tX.i 1.^ 16, 

lOA,. ICi«l,{ID«,) J10» 1 91, I jl 
8 Pf^'*[ei*. ;i, (7,1 Lii^O S3. iM.) 
SSn^Ma, iFl5,i iKS^ ^fl4,) .. -02.) 

8 rr>iif.f .*i i.i,*rp. , 'i7.r, ij!-J, . y \25) 
3 Pti 1 ■ . i !!,) 

',:-■■ 
Pr.tivii. 1 :i4>. ^^i., ^^t ,~, »^ 
By FRiNoa Cakadoc, c — Mi»» 

Julia BcnntU, 12J, 126, 185 
Princta*. 118 

By The Paion, g. — Bustarda, 
88 
I Prior of Lanercoal, The, S8, 89, 
(46.) 83. 88, 115 
Priory Stag. The, 80, 108 
Probe, Tlie. 27 
Probity. 85. 56, 67. 78, 78, 78, 

7«,78 
Prophet, The, 4 
Prospect.82,8S. 106 
Protection, 10. 102 
Frotectioniat. 53 
By Til e Psovosr. f — Patronesa, 
22. 62. 64 87. 87 

I br. f. (now Cedar), d. by 

Lirerpuil, (9».) IIV, 129. 141, 

142 

5 Payche, (82,) 24. (25.) 87. 80, 

(44.) 45, 45. 45, 59, 59, <3, 

(63.) (116.) lie 

Puffy. 91 

5 Fulcherrima, 51. (58,) (69.) 



<a(J.>&MJ,flfi,9a, (102,) 103, 

rlr2) 
PuritF, 74 
I"ut-^>Ti-lh» pot, ft 
I'^rrtiU* lh#S«<Goi\d, 10 
Vun\ hr ai>8, ]4I(I. \m 
U -iifiryu, 3. i\, HI 

2 f» i.^ <>M.>{1 1, {la \ Ttn, (34.) 184 
<,^.v-j a^fff, 23. ^, B% 85 

<.f( le F»riMtt, ltd 

I "f lltniriK, \,Zt.'\ 

M/li.jj 

8 of .li= /«;fc, S», (87.) 114, 

(129.) 133, I4t 

8 of Trumpi (late Nell 

Cook;, 44, 44, 54, 74, (76.) 
(82.) (82) 
of Trump* (h. b.). 116 

1 Queensberry, 18, 41. (43.) 44 
Q.iinine. 7i 

5 Quivei. II. (61.) 61, 64, (6«,) 
(W.) (73.) 74. 89, (104.) 105. 
130 
Quiz (late Raisthorpe), 1 

Rnbelai*. 66. 135 

2 Raby. (5.) ll, (84.)85 
Kabrvce. See Sarah 

8 H.ululphu9. U. 33. S>8, (40,) 83, 
84. lud. 111,(112) 
Raillprr. 103 
liHinbow, 87 
KailwHV KIni;. See Beggar- 

mvneichbour 
Rai-thorpe. Hee Quiz 
Ranelagh. 13. 15. 22, 24 
Hunger. 6 i, 65, 74 
By Uatan, c - Amosina's d.. 17 

f.— Kodney'8 d.. 117, ir 

131. 131 
By Katcatchbr, c. — Etpe- 

rarnta. 15, 16. 48 
RHlhmine.«, 4. 5, 19, 56, 66, 67 
HHttle->DHke, 103 
Kat-trap, 4 
1 R«altty, 76. 84, 90.9/, 182. (123) 
Reaper, The, 35, 77, W2, 98 
Kear-g'iaid, 19 
Ri'bec a. .*?e« Emulous 
Becluse, The, 8, 36. 55, 56. 91. 

92. Ui7 
Bv Rkd DsBn. c.—<i«. to Por(o> 
b Uo, 47, 111,131. 136 
1 Red Doe. lU, 11, 54. 54, 61, 68, 
lao. (i.O) 
Bed leg. 54 
Kedinun. 3 
1 Red*treHk.86, 108. (103.) 141 
By RsDSHANK.f — Amoret,91 
-^ g — Logic's d ,4 

■ c, I 

f. (4 vra old). 8 

Reindi-er (i tie Uuknlown). 64, 

102. 117, 142 
BtvideT.ie, 118, 118. 187 
1 Reindeer (late Frank), 81 
Urffcted, The, 51, U7, 127 
ISeliance, 70, 70. 70. 70.99 
Reinnum 66, 67. 79 
Repealer. 116 

Kepietiun. 88, 79. 90. 127. 184 

1 Repulw. 22, 70. (7U.) 70, 99, 

luO, 114, 117, 117, 129.130 

Re<tuiute,», 10 

8 Retail, (8.) (12.) 20. 88,40,60. 

62. 78, C74t) 75. 80, 118, 118 
8 Revers on, 8. (120,) 180. (138.) 
182. 134. 188, (138.) 140 
ReTetler, 129, 129 
1 Bbedyciiia, (85.) 66, 107, U9, 
124 



Won 

Rhe^u*. 24. 93 
1 Ribaldry, 30, 43, 93, (lOJ.) 121, 
184 

Richard the Pimt, 20. SI 
1 Risk, 77, (H7,l 88, I2H, 142 
1 Rob Roy. 32, (32.) 54. 64, 110. 
114 

Robert Peel, 72 

Rodnev. 23. >J4, 82. 84, 58, 63, 
66.73.91, 91 

Rofter de Corerley, 78 
1 Roland. 23,46. 58, t7B,) 77 

Roman, The (by Poropey), 26, 1 18 

(by Emilius). t6. IM 

1 liomance, 99,riUU,) 121 

Rory be-aisy, 8 
8 RoSH, (102.) (108,) (115,) llfl. 
141 

Rutabella. 10, 11 

Rose Bradwaidine, 85, 36, 99, 
100. 122 

Ruse Pompon, 19, 44 

Rosewood. 61. lOl. 110 

Huwena (Dulcimer f ), 189 
1 Royal Halt, (25,133 
1 Hubina. JSMN J, (63.) 63. 87 

Ru-sbor.id'qh, 107. 1:^6, 134 

Ruth, 59. 60. 105 

Bybiuska, 24 

Sacridce, 85, 46. lOB, 131, 182 

Saga.ity. U. |2, 117, 1^4, UH 

1 St. Ann, 84, 84. 124, (133,) 137 

— ClAir ol tbe l.-.les, 94 

— Denis. 44 

— Edmund, 139 

1 — FabiHn, (12.) 83. 50, 57, «l " 

2 By St. Francis, f.— Taiirimi^ 

118. (118,) 019.)I35 

2 St. George. (18,) 23. (26.) 42 . 

— Hilda, ai, 139. 140 

— Mark. 45 

Bv St. Mahtin, f.— Maid. Ste 
TbeNuo 

c. — Rebecca. See Tlie 

Vl^elmhtnan 

St. I'atriek, 140 
12— Rosalia, (16,) (18.) (IK.) 
(26.) (86,) (50.)73.(74)thO.) 
(90.) (91,S (119,) (138.) U7 

— Ruth. 48 

— Si.pbia. 125 

Sailor, llie. 102. 104, 104 
Sally Sutton, 64 

3 Salute, 5, (9.) 11, 61, (76.) 82. 

83, (89.) 139 
By Samarcand. m. — La Fillo- 

mal-gardtfu, 93, 94 
Sumlio Suiton, 42 
2 Sam Hood, 5. 11, 81, (85.) 37. 
62,62, 63, 74. 75, ! U, (101.) 
112, 113, 120. liO. 121 
1 Sampler, 44, (53,) 64. 64, 72, 
72,79.94.115 
Sampson. 90 
i Santiago, {lie.') (1 10) 

1 Sarah (late Rabiyce), (48) 

2 Sa.ab (by GlMdialnr), 57. 62, 

(.88.) 99.(102,) 112, 113, 121, 
121 
2 Sarah Sykes, (2.) (2.) 5 
SarcaMii, 31.34. 79 
Sardonyx, 47. 125, 185 J 

Satire. 13. 13, 19 
Saucy Dick, 12, 28 
Saucy Lad. 22 
8 SHUUr-l.i-cou|>e, (15,) 38, tlG, 

126, 135, (.139) 
1 Savage. The. (122) 
tiatou^ The, 85 
Scandal. II7 
I Scot (142) ^ 



Digitized by VjOOQ iC 



168 

8 Scarborough, 8, 8, (It,) (17.) 
17. 46, 48, 71, (84.) 84. 8ft. 

(»,) !(»*.):"<. (»».) i»«. 
(lie,) (lie,) 116 

1 Scratch, (118,) 188 
ScRfall, 10.76, 118, 180,181, 
131 
1 3^mvr Ui4, (l[«\ 

1 Smm^l r;t,*ui^, aa, tU 78i 

(7j,i7s, It*, las 
Bfccwid'ii4ii(i. a, 9 
4 £e«nadM.k|hT. i». 40, (SI,) (68.) 

Ttt i;7»> 74, 7P. eJr «ll, 88, 

(RB.JM^M, iie>, I4n 
1 SirLgQf.r of Htm^mtu, ts. 6. tS, 

(«,)60,4i.4*,it,7f.7* 

fl s«if^«rw!fl. «i, 4a, (iit.) 61, 

6 SflltiA. «■, 4i, Ok (IS.) 77, 
tlf«,>if.ia,(lB4,)(L04,)10«. 

(iisofiiti) 

^rmlrmmueftkmtiFiwtH, l80 

S#|i4Jlchrr, tfl.tfl 
8 Hi!<n2iuft, 4l>, 41^ <ia. 1«M (61,) 

«i, lit 
S«na, 73 

Slwdow.Tbe (lat* Om),5e.ll6 
Shade. The, M, 118, 129, 180 
Shadwell.1,47 
SbHiDerul.78. 80 
Shamrock. 85, 54 
Shareholder, Tbo (late Bever- 
ley), 16. 38, 88. 86. 87, 87, 116, 

IM, 188 
Br Shbik. b. t (4 ynold). 10 
Shepherdeta, 4 
1 Sbitmalier West, 10, 88, (48.) 

57,88,184.180 
Showgirl, 118 
Fhortwood, 1 
Shropuhira Witoh, 5, 16, 87, 

180. 181 
Sbylock, bT Inheritor, 78, 86 
I Sieron, (110.) 184 

Sikh. 1 be. 81 
. By Simoom, e.— Ladjf CmroUne, 

56, 118 
' — c. — Urgcmda. Sw Aaron 

Smith 

1 «if. to Wonoia, (85) 

Siobad, 88 

the Sailor, SO 

Sinale-peeper, 7, 110 

Sir Astley Cooper, fiS, 51, SS, 

»8. IS8, 188 

4 - Benjamin (now The Miller), 

(»7.) 87, 64, (57.) »7. 57. H7, 
62, 63, (04.) 64. 80, 8S, (100.) 
110,111,115 
8 — Charles. 1, (88.) 58, 56, (58.) 
58. 7U, 80. 18S, 134 

— Ferdinand, 180 

5 — Gilbert, 11, (81,) (87.) 180 
^By Sia Hanh, f., d. by Col- 

wlck. Seg Maid of Alantfleld 

: Sir Harry. 87 

Br Sir HuaoDLsa, c— J^ste. 

'83.40 
— — c. — Emprut, 184 

f. - Mistletoe, 95 

— — c. — Dark Siuan, 11, 8S 

83, bS, 74. 90. 140 

c. — Lanlem, 181 

Bv Sir Isaac, f.—FaaeleyU d.. 

148 
1 SirJohn,S8, 78,70, (95) 

— Peter l^aurie, SO 

— Philip, 8, 17. 84 

8 — RolK.rt. 40, 64, (88,) (188,) 
(138) 

— Robert Sloper, 7, 80, 181 

— Bog« d« Coverley, 86 



INDEX TO RACES PAST. 

Woo Won 

Sir RetoUaid Trtnekmrd, 40, 106. Strike. 81 , 
109 

— Simon Bradstreet (lata Sir 
Simon). JSm John of Berwick 
157. 156 

— Tatton, 7. 7 
Tatton Sykea (b. b.)« 78, 82, 



«V'a< 



128 
Sisyphus. 14, 118. 127. 128, 135 
Skirlaughtha First. " '" 
fall 
a^By Slahb, f. — Exotic. (18.) 

(20.) 85. (80,) 118,185,188 
1 r. — Guzman's d., 96, (06.) 



188 

c — OefesM, 125 

1 f. - Paimyra, 117, (184,) 

188 

1 Slanif, (50.) M, 65, 67, 107. 117, 

119 
Slasher, 81 
Slashinir Alice, 88 
Jack. 54, 57, 87 

2 By SLaroHT-op-HAKD, b.g. (4 

yrs old), (10,) (10.) 88 

ch. g. (4 yrs old), 58 

BUpMhod, 89 
Slip, 99, 99. 90, 111. 128 
SIow*aod-uncertaia, 141 
Slug, 8 

Sly-peepcT. Se« Cottingham 
Small-hnpes, 108, 108 
Smikf>, 86 
8 Smuggler Bill. (28,) 28, 20, 86. 

46, SB, 78.78, TB, (86.) (92.) 97 

2 Snowdrift, 6. 80, 81, (100.) 100, 
(107,) 106, ISO, 120, 1^, 122, 
148 
■ Snowdrop, 48 
Snowstorm. 66. 126. 127. 140, 148 
Sobersides, 2, 88, 80 
Sobraon, 14 

Soldier's Daughter, The. 109 
2 Sofomon, 88. 34, 43. 125, 127, 
(128,) (138,J 185, \V9 
Solon. 18. 180. 180, 181 
1 Sottefl^, 18. (19,) 80 
8ov0U, 08, 1J9 
Sovereign, The (now Gag), 54. 

97,181 
Speculation (late Diadem), 70. 

101, 115, 181 
Spinaway, 9 
Sponge. 8 
6 Spot. 2. 27. 27, 87. 41, (^9.) 
(58,) (72.) 172.) 76, (77,) 87, 
88, 181. 128. {-a. (141) 
Squaw, The, 12^ lf6, 138 
Squire, The ( Into Tomboy) , 16 
Squire's Daughter, The. 6, 12. 
18, 51,52, 6y, 112 
8 Squife of Maiton, The, (45,) 
(97.) (102) 
Stojbrd. 5. 27 
1 Slamboul, (7-0 88 
8 Standard, The (Inte Damp- 
llnR),45.(58,) 114, (114,) 114 
Standard-bearer (now Tol-lol- 
dc-ioi). 20, 21. 45, 58, 58. 108, 
103, 114.114. 114 
Stanford, 180 
Stanton, 88. 75, 122 
Stupltjltld, 98, 02. 1S7, 128 
Statesman, bb 
3 SiepvinK-stone. 22, 82. 84, 56, 
(103.) (103.) 103, (1U8) 
Stockbrldge Buck, 60, 1 lO 
1 Storm, 106, (108) 
> Stranger's Daughter, The, IfO 
8 Streamer, The, 0, 53, 69, (76.) 
7&, 73. (105.) (too.) 105. 115, 
113. IMS. 188. " 



8 Sttongbow. 18. 18. 15, 89. 41, 

(»4;;5(»6.)68, i07.a«8oi«. 

stubborn Dick, 86 

Stulu, 67 

Stunner, The. 58 
1 Subduer. 82, (82.) 88, 89 

Subterfuge. 127. 186 
8 Stfmriii (tote Emilj Ann), (ISO,) 
188, (188.) 181. (135) 

Surplice, 18 

Susan. 58 

Susan Lorell, 89, 41 
1 Susannah, (116) 
4 Swaiedale, 86, 86, (95,) (95,) 
(128.) (123.) 124 

Swallow. The. 95 

Swede, The, 83. 88. 41, 68, 78, 
85, 91. 184, 128. 184, 185 
8 Sweep, Hie, 35, (46.) (4?,) 88 

Sweepstakes (Ihii* Aminm). 27 

Sweetheart. 88, 49 

(h.b.),2 

Sweet'Sauce, 37 
1 Swift, (1.) 59. 97 
1 (h.b.),(113) 

Swiss Boy, 18 

Swindon. 88 

Swindler, The, 54, 79, 79 

Sylvan, 50 

SylTus, 116, 116 
1 Syrup. 4, 5, 87. 87, (81,) 61 

Taffy. 118 

1 Ta^rag (6 yr« old), 53. (58.) 

Tag-rag (2 yrs old), 68 
By TAi.tr-Ho, g., d. by .Mel- 
bourne. 45 

2 Tallyho. (94.) Ill, (111.) 116, 
117. 141 

1 Taly, (55.) 58. 100 

1 Tamwcnh. »», f*^ «4, 98, (110) 

Bp T* 51^11111 II, J. — The Law- 
vi?r'*il. te^JHutic 

Tarin'. 1*1 

Tatd ^VaiSVEif, IQ, aSt 43 

T.<inil.>n D.an, IX 10 

Bf 1 ^ ( fitifc* c — Ffflj*- Jane, 118 
1 T*.rin,rrol1pr, ;5»{7«) 
k Tr.; I'.-^ftKr., Sfl. 33, (51.) 66, 



T«i 
2TH 

Tfi 
I T,» 

T. I 

Tfi 



■ j..-u>,, n. I.V (15.) (18.) 81 
,.F% J ■»-. :i.k HI, 115. 115 
.•i^.'intt, 1^^(101,) 189 

rHiiiN», 111 

■J Ml. 5 



8 Tf.tioinr, iHt W^. (Tin,) (78.) 78. 

TLe«aof* Uook, 70, 7», 86, 02. 

92 
By Thbon, g.— Mnrourka. 45 

f.—Lady Love, 185 

Theorem. See f. b» D. John 
Theory, 8 (3.) 5, 17. 22. 28, 81 
8 Theneut, 81. (112.) (ItS.) (125) 
ThibRuit. 75. ISO, 140 
Thiekthorv, 50, 126 
lAThisiledowu, 14, 26, (89.) 40, 
(41,) 59. 50 
By TnisTLK-wnippiiR, fl — 
Juliet. 48 

1 c—Louiem, 78. (74,) 105, 

127, 136, 180 
Thrinparth. 18, 18. 185 
Thombill. 68. 185. 188 
8 Thorougligood Sam, 48, (68,) 
68, (78.) 93. 106 
Thrush, 44 
8 Tiff. (18.) SO. 89. 88, 8S, (84,) 
(109) 



Digitized by VjOOQ iC 



Won. 

3 7%lilvaZjJ!. ao, {»,) 47, (58,) 

. Tim BotblB^ IB^ w 
■ Timid /'iMffJ^ 88, lllff 

TimBtSeitr^ 77, iHg 
2 TlmDlby, B, 3^ Iff, (17.) 52, (59,) 
7S, as, |4», ins, 1^2 

1 Tlpuler, Tbe, 4S, (^75,) 73, 98, 
ifO, I If 

Tit-bii . *«, 6fl^ e7j 7S, 74, 75, M, 
98 
8 Titjr, (12.) IS, 82, 25, «7, (27,) 
(Sii,) 68,111. ISO. ISO 
Tollertonian. SeeBacton 
ToMoUde-roI. See Standard- 
bearer 
1 Tombov, by The Nob, 13, 13, 
117, (125.) 184 
Tomboy (h. b.). 116 
Tomb<^, by Father of ihe Turf, 

See Th« Squire 
Tom HoUby, 71, 84 
Tomnoy, 9H, 124 
Tommy Tickle, 70, 76 
," Tom-tit, 28 

Tom Spring, 106, 106 
1 Tophana, 7, 18. 59, 93, 1S6, 133, 
(187) 
Topthorn. 141 
1 Tordesillag, 8, 4, (17,) 17, », 30 
ToM-up, 116 
Torpor, 4 
Tortoise, 86. 86 
E Total Eclipse, ea 
By ToDCH»ToNB, f. — Lady 
Emily, 8,3 

8 c —Mountain Sylph, (134,) 

(186) 

c.—Q. of Beauty, 50 

f. d. by Partisan, 76, 77, 

lOS 
roucA-fn#^o«. 110.135 
Tower, 1. 1, 8, 28, 84. 86 
1 Irabtrab, (106.) 106 
Traitress, 101 
Treasure, 28, 06 
8 Tricktlrea, 46, (70.) (71,) (83,) 
106 
Trouncer, 40, 186, 134 
Troy, 9 
a Tniandaise, 78, 109, 109, (109,) 
182, (183) 
By Trubbot, b. t (2 yrsold), 
(dam uultnuwn). 128 

r c. — iMdy Paramont, 6 

• ■ o. — Pararina, 6 

Truelove, 99. 100, 115 
Trull, The, 106 
Trump, The, 19 
8 TnUh, (77,) 106, 109, (135,) 138, 

ISO 
1 Tufthunter, 14, (25.) 26 

Turpentine, 92, 135 
8 Tumus, 50, (66,) (68,) (93) 
8 TurtU, 40. 51, (65,) (79.) 98, 

™ 12*» 125 
1 Tuscan. 31, (31,) 34, 85, 44, 188, 
188 

1 By Thb Ugly Buck, t.—Mar- 
aeUina, 61, (90) 
«n«t,78,78, 79 
KV^iiy, 6, 16. 30,' (45,) (45,) 
(59.) 70, 71, 85, (99,) (114,) 



INDEX TO RAGES PAST. 

Won 
Unknown, The. See Rein&oer 
Urania, 54 
1 Unlucky one, (101) 
6 Uriel, 6, 30, 30, 56. (56,) (57,) 
(83.) (84,) 93, (125.) 136, 
n87) 
I Utrecht, 18, 20, 37, 38, 39, (39.) 
117, 128 

Va!i-i.t.i.ie (u TiTf^ old), 11, 88, 

Jii. ;;i, r4, S]"h ho. 140,142 

1 Fa.V nf.-T.- i-ivTB oM), 27, 80, 

4 Va !!:,rii;tii:,Ou. (103.) (103,) 

!• .■. If'la.j LiU (114.) 128, 12 

ValhMU (lih- ), 119, 1203 

Vaiiiv ^^■, ^. 41. *B, 57. 60,64 

Vhi: In -11, mi, 19, y,W!, 119 

6 V«ri,M,TLf(S. 07,) («!,) (23,) 29, 

f-iin.:! *», <59,> JOB, (106.) 107, 

rmt lu. isu \M 

8 Vajui, K, 1?. IB, lA, 26, (57,) 
a Vbcpiiii, lyR,) 6i, (106.) 119, 

1 2-. 

1 Va.itrt.,-ii,2, a. (a> 

I By V"Ki4XiiyEi.!K, c. ^8 vra old) 

—Ljidv tJsraliline, (41,) 91 
I G. {% IT» %V\A^--tady Ge- 

VeSfliif. 7 

Vengeance, ^ 

Venice, 69 

By Vbnison, c.—Marpesea, 127 

I f. iCoryphia) — Tarn 

WadlinU dam, 108. 109, (137) 

c.—Fenus,ab, 71 

Ventre-a-lerre, 135 

Venture, 4 

Vcrax, 99, 105 

Verderer. The, 84, 61, 78, 74, 

81,87.88 
Vertumnus, 7 

By Verulam, c— Whim, 28. 40 
6 Vesta, 68, (79.) (80,) (80,) (89,) 

(89.) 96. 96, 104, 105, (133) 
4 Veteran, '"67,) 104. 104, (104.) 
110, (110.) 117,(117) 
Vice. 1 1, 63, 73 
Viceroy, 10 
8 Viglkmt, 81, 84, 43, 44, 59, 65, 
67, (69.) (80,) 140 
Virtue, 126 
Vision, 58, 56 
3 Visit e. 19, 20, 25, 50, 50, 60, 
(90.) 117, 124, (133,) (188) 
Vivandiere, 108, 135, 137 
Volatile, 70,72 
I VoUipeur, (38,) (IO7,) (108,) 
(109) 

Wait-awbile, 10 

Wallace, 121 
8 Wallflower, 8, 18. 25, 89, (41.) 

50, (67,) 68, (118) 
a WanotB. 7, (38.) (48,) 69, 126 

Wansdylio, 25, 140 

Wandswotth, 12 

Warner, 14 
1 Warrener, Ihe, (9) 

Warwick. 4. 6 
I Watch-dog, 8, 9, 14, 19, 40, 57, 
57. (60) 

Woterfall (late Skirlaugb the 
First), 16, 138 I 

Water-rat, 82, 80, 108 

Weaver, 97, 10« 



169 

Won. 
Wednesday, 7 

Welsllman, The, 47, 47, 51, 7I, 
ISS, 140 

1 West Indian, (49.) 60, 61, 61. 

78, 136 

2 Westow, 7. 1?, (14,) 15, 18, 28, 

84, 124, (126) 
1 Wharfdale Maid, (2) 

Whim, 46 
1 U'lilnilBinfr^ [19,1 sn 

J|lHtlSgit:.ll> ■ 

tiihile lliirt,79, 101.101, 1J» 
I \\bLieJii£ltclJB> 
1 Wis Its 1^1 Llf. Tile, («,) AO, ai, 

*dr I 17. li'ff 

Whll'*! ^Utc-kLnp*. 97 

\Vhiiii<irtF,72,pa, m,ia4 

Wby.tiol. 37. Itf. SS, lUl, 101, 

11.% iiA 

1 viirj VLnt^t t^i,^ m. \m 

6 Wtlliiiisi lh« Conqnunar, fn.i 

(fflf,) («s..> b:. ,.«,) taa,) uji, 
iifi,^ i«7 
B,? Vl'iT/tt jkM l« Gmtw, D„ d,(*j^ 

Valiiar.i,!iifl,tt 

W[lllTl^rh(L|t,,3,30 

5 WlltnrjQt. ], S4,tit30t ai. IPS, 

fiu m, cat (ca.) (b?,) m, nw, 

I'Uf. 113. (113.) tiu,) I Jii, 

Witid/riit. 4f>* TliE PEirt 
8 WlitdUrhgriitt. 15, (3S,1 (60,) 
87. W7 

1 windiiound. (79.) »3, isa 

Wifr.. lUl 
WiTi'*o3-in,f, 6ff 
1 VI'i*fiicTff. a, 2. Bi. (32,1 43, 7O 
Wl^c-uvf.rnnn, The, JO 

1 Witrli.Tht, 0, M, (10,)3fl 
WitrhrTrtft, ii 
Wijiitril, OU 

W<jl*4^ljwnlptnnT £1^*1 
W . iTi 'l- yriijxccmifl -oui^L^-nlgUl , 
15, 4fl\,49^es, I0U 
8 WuoJfrtiid, (M.) m.y 92, {aSsi 
1*3, IjF4. i^a 
WniUJl^nd Maxr, «, 133 

5 \Vc«ditirii,,3fl, f4i,)isi.(ie,(;cfl,) 

(HSJ !K». 8P, lol, OOI.) L^, 
1H3, tliJaO 13^, ISfl, US 

3 Wiiial^fUMe* *, *t)* (fiiiwl 01, ei, 

i')ini J UN no 

OiWaOwLP'h, Sf, m^ (29.) (!ffl.> 

Lia,) i^'ji,) w, M, (lOB,) (Lwa.) 

El-I. U^ 

Wf I'ck, Tltc (liite Kicnsi), 85 
WfOD, TUf, CO, M, ?^, Oi. 69 
105 

1 Yaller Gal, The, (7.) 7, 17, 17. 
81.37 
Yard-arm, 4 
York. See Gamecock 
I York-you're-wanted, 107, (182) 
Young Dulchman, 141 
Bv YnuNo Priam — f , d. by 

Contest, 71, 116. 138 
Youog Sultan, 1 1, 181 

3 Zadoc. 40, 50. 62, (62,) 89. 89, 
89, (105,) 110, 118, 119, (132.) 
133 

Zaidee. 1,29, S6, 36, 56, 68, 63 

Zegri, 125 

Zelia,»5 

Ziska, 8/ 



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Two-jtu old* (of l&fS) are printed ia ItaUet; the figure on the left denotos the number of races won. 



Won 

Abb4$; rW. 151. 155 
5 Accident, (145.) (149.) ISl, 151. 

I5:f. 15S. (153.) (IM.) 150 
4 AdiiHn. 154 

^ai«ly, 140 

AlmH, 149. 147 

Alteyne. 151 
» All«Krettc, 140. (148.) (148.) 

150, 150, 154. (155.) 157 
Azetle, 140, IM. IM 

Baoco-box, 145 
8 BalUnaf»a. (145.) 148,155.(155.) 

(15Q.) 157. 158 
I Banahee, 140, 149, 151. 152. 158, 

158, (158) 
1 Buronet't Diughter, The, 145, 

151, (151.) 154, 154 
BaroneM. 145, 148 
Baronet. The, 147. 15t 
iUrony Boy. 158 
Raiteraway, 155 
Btrnard, 158 

ItiLly IhL'Br,,,, >M 

I By HnnodTciMfcTiT l. — l-iree, 

1*7, 154, (Ui.> 15? 
^ — f -^ half *iM, to Pirlftitt 149 
4 — - T. (Mif, t . INa4*|.sve(e| — 

PcrdiU. 154. 1155.) iil* ib7, 

(I5ftv) tm,) flJOl 
i. — tloaorUi, 141, 147 

4 HluLher, ri45.> (140,} <U7.) 

(|4B ) 1441,, |5k, i:i4»l55 
Uilili?^lKrrj, im 
tillfiYO, 11i», (1 4*,) (13*.) IW, 

nnjvnbe, 151 
E nuitlcri, tl4«0 (140.) 147. 148, 
14B, 455, t5i 
BiMtto, 15ft 

• CapUin Grant. (145.)(14e,) 155, 
155, (158.) 158 

5 Caprice, 145. (146.) (148.) 147. 

148, (150.) (150,) 15«, 154, 155, 
(157.) 157 
Carrig, 1»7 
Celt, The. 151 
ChampaKne, 148, 140, ISO 
Champion, 150 
1 Chaseauiat/, (157) (. 

Chief, The. 151 
S Chatterbox, 148, 148. (156.) 157 

158. (158) 
1 Clarendon, (151.) l»t. 158 
I Cla^hgr, (158) 
C lib. The, 150 
Citek hobin, 154 
(ktck Robin. 151, 158, 158 
CoKaao, 148, 151. IMl 
1 Cononella, 146. 148, (154,) 154. 
S Conveyor, 145. 147, 147. (148), 
158, (152,) 154, 155. 157, 157, 
158 
Coquttte, 154 
1 Coquette, (140.) 151,151, 151 

152. 152, 158 
I By CoRRANNA, c. — HontM, 
157,157 i 



Won. 
By CoRBANMA, f. — Rgd Rom, 
147. 148. 155. 157. 158 

f. — VauievUU. 154, 155 

CoMMtew, Tka. 158, 158 
Creeper. 151 
Cum-a^luin. 158, 158 

Daphne. 156 

l)ark-haireJ Girl, 146 ' 

Daiier, The, 145,147 

By Thk Dban, k. — Fieldfare. 

8tt Honest Tom 
Dearett Ua*, 154 
D"Til,The. 148 
Dinah, 1.N2 
1 Dolly's Brae, 151, 152, (152.) 

158 
Doraet.sis. to, 154 
Dough. 145. 145 
6 Ducun-Durras, 145, (146.) 146, 

(147.) 147, (148.) (152,) (lo5,) 

(155) 
Duchess, The. 156. 156 

1 Earl of Warwick. The. (145) 
8 iilemi, 147.148.(149,)150.(150,^ 
150, 151, (151,) 152, 158, 155, 
156 
EWas, 158 
By Elvas— (hro. to Johnny), 

145. 140 
By Emilius. c — 0«ra(«, 157 
Eugene Sue. Set Cum-a-lum 

Fairv King. 156 

Queen, llie. 180, ISO, 151 

Fanny Klssler. 149 
Farewell, 140, 140. 14? 
S Fiddler. Tlie. 147. 147. 148, 

(140.) 140, 152, (158.) 158, 

(154) 
Filter. 149 

1 FiHftnee, 148 (140.) 157 

2 Flight, (151.) (152,) 154. 155 
Free-lance, 145 
Fugleman, 157 

Gal way Lass. 156 
Olorvina. 145 

Good Fellow, 148, 152. 154, 157 
Granite, 158, 153, 150 
Gurteen, 147. 147, 148, 140; 140, 
150. 150. 156 

By Uakkavtay, f, d. by Rust, 
154 
4 Uarkover. (145,) 146. 148, 140, 

(158.) (154.) Oft*.) IW 
1 Harlequin, (156) 
Hatter, like, 140 
Hercules, 156 

1 Heroine, The, 147. IftS, (153,) 

156 
HoggerwoU, IftS, 158 
Hollymount, 158, 154 

2 Honest Tom. 147. 158, 158, 156, 

(156.) (156) 
2 Hope, (147.) (147) 

1 Independence, 145, 147, (148.) 
149, 157, 1^8 



Irish King, The, 151, 152 
Isahella. 148 

Jack's-the-lad. 150. 150. 150 
Jester, The. 145, 147, IM. 155 
Johactown, 157 
Juggler, llie, 158 

I Kiek.up th»-iust, (148) 
Kins-fikher, l45. 146. 148, 156 
^^ofUude. The, 147 

Lndy Caroline, I5S, VS6 

Sale. 152. 154. 157 

Larry's the Lad, 146. IftS 

By I.AOSPttor, c:. — IVnefeife. 

8 Leii^ftrtif, IM. (iSl.Ti tSS, iHh, 

Lilt lo Ann. 1^ 
I .ficiirge, 1 if. (lain 

I -^ ll«rrV, 14*. (!*?,) I4ll 
Lor>^ Kiiirurdl, !&4. li\ l^ 
ft finirii-v i;iia.> (iM.) liS, 

(isj.i 1. isr/Miise'i 

. ip^ttti^Q Hentlnch, Ui 

1 Lour* I'tNilippe. 147, fc47. fl4B*> 

Xi.--.:,.x :.::x 

Made safe. 145, 148 

By Maopib. c — Louisa's d. 
See Banshee 
1 Maid of ClonnMLThe, (150,) 150 

of Honour, 145 

of the Wood. 148 

of the West. 150 

t Marchioness d'Eu. 14ft, 146. 
(147.) (158) 

Manner. Iftl 
8 MarquU, The. (Ift4,) (lft7,) (157) 

lof Caribbat, 154. 15ft 

1 Master Jack, 150, (150) 

Si Murray, (151.) (151,) (151.) 

152. 15J :, - 

Michaelmas Daisy, 140 
By MiLo, b. m. (atfed), 150 

ch. m. (5 yr old), 150 

6 Miss Fortune. (l40,)(lftO.)(l51.) 
(152.) 152, 158, 154, 155, (156,) 
157. (158) 
8 ReilW (now OfT-she-goes). 

154, ri54.) (154.) 155, 153, 
156,. 157 

Mist, The, 140 

Modesty, 146, 158,158, 155, 155, 

157, 158 
Moll Sparks, 156 
By MoNABOB, c— sis. to Broti- 

%rath, 157 
Mouse, The, 154 
Mouse-trap. 157 
1 MyrtiUa, 150. 150. ClSB) 

Off-die-goes. See Miaa ReUly 
Ormsby. 146, 146 
8 Otter, The, (140,) 150, (150,) 
152, (153,) 154 

1 Panic. 146, 148, 140, 140, (158.) 

155. 156 



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PbuUbs (!!.%.)« U8 
Pmrlth, IM 
Phoenix, 149 
Pictoa.lM 
t Pie NoBo, 14S. 146, 1«7. H7, 
148, 148,148. rua.) 132. (ISS.) 
1A3. 1A4, 1A5. IM 
1 Pliuo, (l») 
1 Poacher, The. (I4«) 
Poor Yorick, 144, 146 
Poowy, IM 
4 Portia, 145, (U«.) Ue. 047.) 
(14A,) IM, lAO, (150.) 154, 154 
Pride of KildHre, 149 

3 Princa of Oranga. 151, 1 

(151.^ 15t. 158,(155.) 150.156 
Prnaperity, 140 
PflotacUoa, 150 

QueeaorKiMare,I47 
H^JVaret. 146, 146 

By Radioal, ch. m^ 153 
KsDela«h. 146, 148, 140, 158, 

153. i58 
By RATOAToaaa (bro. to Rat- 
trap), 154. 155 
Bad Knight. Tba, 145 
Roniunerator, 147. 147. 155 
By KaTBiBTaa, c.—Maf-girl. 

Sm Surpriie 
Reversion. 151, 158, US 

4 Revoke. 150. (150.) 151, (15««) 

I5<<. (156,) 156, (156) 
BivRl. 156, 156 
RoUtr, 148, 155 
Roia, 148 
- . (158,) (158.) (156) 



INDEX TO RACES PAST. 

Won. 

1 RuMborougb, (154) 

Schamvl. 149, 198 
t Seagull, Q47.) (155) 
fceaman, The. 147. 153 
Shepherdess 140. 158, 154. 154 
Shinrone. 157 
By KinooM, f. — Myrtle. 8m 

MyriUla 
<— bro. tt Ctdadnn, 196 
Sir Edmuad of Lan^ley. 151, 

151. 153 
~ Simon, 146 
— Thoman, 151 
4 Sisyiihus (151,) 151, (158.) 
(15S,) (150 
Skyscmper. 149 
1 Slato Quarry Lmus (190.) 193 
SmuKglnr Bill, 158 
Souvenir, 14S 
SpellUiH. 156 
1 SpeculatioD.( 150.) 196,156 
1 St. John. 145. 145, 147, 152, 154, 
155, (157.) 158 
By Sta« of EaiN, f, d by 
Te.iraway. See Kick-up-the* 
duti 
1 Surprise (late Yellow Put), 14S. 
148. 149. (149,) 151, 151, l|i, 
154 
■•Sweet Norah, 146, 146, 147, 148 

Tamerlane, 150 
t TanereH, 149. (155.) (157.) 157 
Tanaer, The. 150 
By TaABAWAT, Ch d. by Byron, 

147 
g. — IroKmmAit 196 



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Won 
By Tkarawav c. 
Dough. 14!». 146 

I.. M«dea. 197 

f, Zulima, 145. 146. 157t 

158 
By TaMPi.AR.c.,d.by Sir iler- 

cuies. 158, 153 

Terrv-boy. 190, |50 

1 Third of May, (1j6) 



Tippy, 140 
1 Toach-H ~ 



and-ffo, IM, (156.) 156 
1 Toy. 155, (15.1) 

Traveller, I47 
1 Tnhuie. (148.) 148, 156, 157. 

Trouncer, U5 

1 Vanish. 151 
By VaauLAM, c — Whim, 145 
Victory, 145, 146. 147, 148. 148 
ViMCOUDt, 145. 146. 148,149. L57 

1 Vulcan, 149, (158,) 154 

Wiinderer, 151 

WardunofGalvay. 153 

Warrior, 149. 140 
1 Wave, The. (151, > 15i 

Wea-sel. The, 15U 

Wee-one, The, 154 

Whifp, 1*7 
1 Whlie-bov. 145. 146, 147, 147. 
t4R. (150.) i5l, 15«, lAJ 

Whltcfuoi. l.M 

By WHiTBMoaa. f— Dream, 190 

Wild^OM. 156. 156 

WirrAfttrue, 145, 140, 149 

Woodlands. 145. 147, 147 

Yellow Pat. See Surprise 



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OBNERAL RULES OP RACING. RlOINti, Ac. 

1. Honat take their age from the Ut of January. 

t. In catch and feathi-r weights anjr person can 
ride without going to scale. 

8. HnrMM not entitled to start without producing 
a certificate of age, Ac, if required, except where 
a^rd horMs are Included, in which ca»e a vounger 
horse may be entered without such certificate, prn> 
vided ho carry the same weight as the aged. 

4. A maiden horse or mare is one that ha« never 
wim. An untried stallion or mare is one wbuse pro- 
duce has nerer run in public. 

5. No person can start more than one horse for 
•ny pUte, or for any race for whicii heats are run. 

6. Where two horses run a dead hent and their 
owner* agree to divide, both are liable tu curry 
extra weight as winners. A horse walking over, 
or reoeivini^ forfeit, except for a match, will be 
deemed a wmner. The winner of a sweepstakes re> 
duced to a match, i» considered the winner of a 
sweepstakes. In estimating winnings, no deduc> 
tion can be made except of tne winner' i> own utake, 
and of anv sum or sums required by the conditions 
to b« paid out of the siakts to the owner of any 
other horse or hnrtes in the race. Entrance money 
for plates not to bu deducted. 

7. Jockeys mutt ride their horses to the usual 
place of weighing, and he that dismount* before, or 
wants weight, is distanced, unless lie be disabled 
by accidrnt, in which case he may be led or carried 
to the tcale. If a jockey fall from his horse, and 
the horse be rode m from the place where the rider 
fell, by a person of >ufflcient weight, he may take 
bis place the same as if the rider h>id not fallrn. 

8. If one horse jostle or croM another, such horse, 
and every horse belon<;ing to the same owner, or in 
which he may have a share, running in the same race, 
will be disqualified for winning, wnether such jostle 
or croM was caused by accident or foul ruling. 
Complaints munt be made at the thne the jockey u 
weighed. 

9. Every jockey allowed lib. above the weitrht 
specified for his horse ; but should any horse carry 
more than Xlb. above his weight, uithout having 
declared it (at Newmarket, at least one hour before 
the time fixed for the first race of the day, and else- 
where a clear half hour before the time fixed for 
the race .in which the horse is intended to run, 
or, if no time is fixed, a clear half hour before 
the race is run), he will be considered distanced, 
although he came in first. 

to. Fur the best of the plate, where three heats 
are run, the horse is second that wins one heat. For 
the be>t of the beats, the horse is second that beats 
the other horKO twice o<it of three times, thoii^'h he 
do not win a heat. Where a plnte is won by two 
heats, the preference of the horses is diicrmined 
by the second heat. Where a plate is given to the 
winner of the best of three heats, a horse, to win, 
must be the actual winner of two b^ats, even though 
no horse appcitr against him for both or either of the 
heats. Wnen three horses have each won a be.it, 
they only must start for a lourth In nmninj* ol 
hcat«, n dead heat goes for noiliing, and nil the 
horses may start njinin, unless it be between two 
horses that had i-iu-ii won a he.nt. Horses dra»vn 
before the plate is won, are distunced. No distance 
In a fourth bent. 

NOMINATIONS-OBIECTIONS TO QUALI. 
PiCATIONS, Ac. 

II. In all nominations of horses, which have not 
started before the time of naming, the sire, dam, 
and grandam must be mentioned, if know-n, unless 
the dam has a name which is to be found in the 
Stud Book or Calendar, in which case the name ol 
the sire and dam will be sufficienu If the horse, 
Ac, be own brother, or sister to any horse. Ac, 
having a name in the Stud Book or Calendar, it 
will be siifHcient to name it as such. If the dam 
or grandam be sister (but which sister must be 
specified, if there be more than one), or dam, or 

frandam, of any horse, Ac. havmg a name in the 
tud Book or Calendar, it will be sufficient to men- 
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known, the sire of the horse. Ac, nraat b0 mtn' 
tioncd, together with such other particulatB •• will 
bo suflllcieot to identify the animal. If a horM has 
once appeared ia the Calendar by n name *B^ ^u* 
pedigree, it will be sufticient afterwards to m*»"«* 
him Dy his name only, even though he has »*▼**' 
started. If the dam was covered by mote t)M> oo* 
stallion, the name^ of all of them must be meB- 
tioned. If anv horse be named without bein? 
identified, he will not be allowed to start ; but his 
owner will be liable for the stake or forfeit. 

IS. No horse will be deemed the winner of any 
race which shall bo proved tu have rtm under a falait 
description ; the disqualification to remain in force 
until bis pedigree be ascertHine<l and recorded. No 
objection caii be made after the lapse of twelw 
montliii from the time of running, 

U. Allowance of weight to the prodnce of un- 
tried horses or mares must be claimed at lb* time 
of naming. Extra weights and allowances for not 
winning, are not accumulative* unlets poitiouluir 
specified. 

U. When nny person enters a horse, or aulitcffibes 
to a stake under a fietition.« name, or in the nmne 
01 a perxnn not fully identified at ibe '.ime, he will 
be considered in all respects as the owner o( the 
borie, and as the subscriber to the stake. The 
Stewards of the Jockey Club have power to call 

up ! ^- 1 T .'. c- rr^timonv that tbe 

)»" either wlioUy or 

JP e appear* in tbe 

list -,^1 li, rnuiTTs 5 mud, ir li.' fiiif^ u do so, they may 
caiiiS* t ii'ir nDniinBlian to 1m? Emi«ri. 

IA. In nny riue wliii-h i»uy tMntain particular 
condgllcii)* «> to ifiiiiih&nuiijii^ 1c is sufficient if the 
horse lierfU^tiSrd bT lb? l^nipaf naming. 

IT. Whnt tiiF E|un1iflcnTlan uf n horse is objected 
to bi'lcire nsmnipg* the pronf of qualification must 
be mrF^dB by Ihe ewniirr twlurp ilsirting; on tkilure, 
the pnip ma^ Iw wilhhHd fturji I'.Tiod to be fixed 
by tiie SEifiruMU, n^fi. lf ndl mr^.le then, h« wtll 
noi hv rmt leii to ihv pFrFf, i^nuh bis horse shall 
havi . mm' la rtp»t. It tin ' n b« made after 
thi- I ■ 1 1 " *!>irci fled. l\u^ j, r > f ith tbe objector. 

17. W'^'-n ihtr ^jfB or : on of a horse is 
objvcLea to, eilhct beioiv ot ai«er running, the 
Stewards have power to order an examination of 
the horse's mouth, by competent persons, and to 
call for all such evidence as they may require, and 
their decision is final. 

18. In all cases of fraud punishable by law, the 
Jockey Club have power, with the consent of the 
party aggrieved, to prosecute the oflendcrs. 

10. If a horse shall run, or be brought to run, 
for any race in England, or elsewhere, and shall be 

E roved not to be ol the age represented, tbe Jockey 
lub have power to disqualify for cvt r the owner, or 
part owner, trainer, groom, or person having the 
cnrc of such horse at tbe time, from running or 
training any horse where tbe rules of the Jockey 
Club apply, and firom being emploved bv anv 
member of the Club. And any burse thus fr'andu- 
lently entered or run. is for ever disqualified for 
running in any race whatever. 

iO. No horse foaled out of the United Kingdom 
can be entered for any race where the rules of the 
Jocker Club prevail, unWs the owner, at the time 
of naming, deposit with the person appointed to 
receive such nomination, a certificate from some 
racing club ol the country where the horse was 
foaled, or irom the mayor or other public officer of 
the district, statinr the age, pedigree, and coloar 
of the horse, ano^the marks by which it is dis- 
tinguished. 

ARREARS, DEFAULTERS, Ac. 
All stakes must be made before starting : in 
default thereof, tbe nominator beromes liable as a 
loser, whether his horse comes in first or not, unless 
he shall have previously obtained the coosent of the 
party or parties with whom he is engaged to bis net 
staking. When the riders of anv horses brought oat 
to run are called upon.by the 'sUrter to take their 
places for starting, the owner for everr borse that 
goes to the post Is liable to pay his wbo'le stake. 



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ft. No Tienan can start a hora* for any race, 
eitber in hUowa name or in that of anjr other per- 
•6a. anleu both the owner and namer shall hare 

ftiid all former stakes and forfeit* before the time 
ted for startini; for the first race. This rule ex- 
tends to forfeiudue elsewhere than at Newmarket, 
provided a notice of them be delivered bf ten 
o'clock in the evening preceding; the day of runainK. 
S3. No person in arrear for stnkps or fort'eiu, after 
application for payment, and no person notoriously 
a defaulter in respect of bets, can enter or run in 
hia own name, or in that of any other person, anv 
horse of which he U wboIiT or in part owner. And 
to prevent any evasion oT this rule, the Stewards 
nave power to call upon the nominator to produce 
•atnfnctory testimony that such is not the case, and 
on failure of such proof, may cause the nomination 
to be erased, and the nominator will be held liable 
for the stakes or forfeits thereon. And no horse 
trained by any groom or other person thus in de- 
fault* or in any way under ttie care of anv person 
in default, will be permitted to start. Should any 
horse coming under the above regulations be mis- 
takenly permitted to sUrt, it will not be considered 
a winner tho«igh be should come in first, and the 
«ubscnber will have to pxy the whole stake, a* for a 
beaten horse.— (This rule is in force at Goodwood, 
Ascot, Liverpool,Yi.rk, Ac, but not at Newmarket.) 

LIABILITIES OP SELLERS AND PUR. 
CHASERS. 

24. When a horse is sold with his engngements, the 
seller has not the power of striking the horse out ; 
but, as the original subscriber remains liable for the 
forfeits, he may, if compelled to vay tliem, place 
them on the forfeit list, as due fh>m the purchaser to 
himself; and both the purchaser and the horxe re- 
main under the same disabilities as if the purchaser 
had been the ori|»inal subscriber. I n all cases of pri 
Tate sale, the written acknowledgment of both par- 
ties that the horse was sold with the engagement is 
necessary to entitle cither buyer or seller lo the 
benefit of this rule. 

2.1. When a person has a horse engaged in the 
name of another party, who may be on the list of 
defaulters, he may, if he pay this forfeit, start his 
horse, leaving the forfeit on the list, and substitutini; 
his own name for that of the person to whom it 
Was previously due. He may take the same course 
in respect of forfeits not on tlic list, 

£6. When a person takes k nomination for a stake, 
in wlilch the forfeit is to be declared bv a particular 
time, and does not declare forleit by the time fixed, 
he Cakes the engagement on himself, and Ids name 
will be substituted for that of the ori^tnal subscriber. 

27* Itt • sellinj^ race, none but those who have 
started horses in it are entitled to claim ; the horse 
claimed must be paid for on the day of the rac«, or 
the party claiming is not entitled to demand him 
at any ratore period, but the owner of the horse 
claimed may insist upon the claimant taking and 
paying for him. At Newmarket any h'»rf« for a 
•elling stake or plate is liable to be claimed by the 
owner of any other h.trso in the race, for the price 
for which he is entered to be sold, and the amount 
of th« stake ; the owner of tlie second being first 
entitled, Ac. 

TRIALS. 
18. Every engagement made with any horse, 
Ac running in a trial, between the time of such 
trial and the entering of it in the Trial-book, 
whether it be entered within the time prescribed or 
not, shall not be run. but the owner of such tried 
horse shall be considered as having declared lorlVit, 
unlesa his opponents, or any of them, should be 
dsmnms to bwd him to his engaf^ment. And, in 
case any horse so tried shall have started and won 
any race nw jde subsequently to the trial, and before 
the entry oV it, his owner will not be entitled to the 
stoke, bat wiU be considered as beaten. Every bet 
mada npm or asainst any such horse becomes void. 
In these cases the disqualification attaches to the 
hone, without rward to any change of the property 
in him; and it, vrith respect to the disqualification, 
ftDjr dlBcultj^ ibouM aris« la McvrMalPg the 



hofM or horses tried, the owner is bouad, on the 
request of the Stewards, to declare to them which 
of his horses ran in such trial; on refusal, the 
Stewards have the power to fix the disqualification 
upon anv one or more of his horses at their option. 
(This rule is applicable only to Newmarket.) 

BETS. 

29. The nerson who bets the odds has a right 
to choose his horse or the field ; when he has 
chosen his horse, the field is what starts against 
hiia. Bets are determined thouglt the horse does 
not start, when the word «• absolutelv,*' or *• pUy 
or pay," are made use of. All double events are 
plav or pay. BeU on horses whose riders have been 
called upon bv the starter to take their places for 
the purpose or starting, ari plav or pay. 

80. A bet cannot be off except by mutual consent ; 



but .either party may demand stakes to be made 
on the day uf the race, and on refusal may declare 
the bet off. And if either party be auent on 
the day of running, a pul>lic declaration of the 
bet may be made on the course, and a demand 
whetjjer any person will make stakes for the 
absent party ; if no person consent to do »o, the 
bet may be declared void. Bets, however, agre^ 
to be settled in town, or any particular place, can- 
not be declared off on the course. 

31. Bets laid a'ithout mentioning the liorse before 
the race is over, are determined by the state of the 
odds at the time of making it. 

Si. Bets between any liorses that become the 
property of the same person, or uf his avowed con- 
lederate, are void. 

8S. BeU on horses disqualified, and not allowed 
to start for want of proper identification in namiog 
or entering, are void ; but not so on horses objected 
to after the race on the ground of incorrect pedigree 
or nomination ; in the latter case, the bets go wiih 
the horse that comes in first, unless otherwise dis- 
qualified. In cases where the objection is made 
before starting, the Stewards have the power to 
suspend the settlement of bets until the olijection 
has been investigated. 

a4. Bets become void on the death of the nomi- 
nator of the horse betted on ; or if the race for 
which the horse is named be the first of a double 
event ; but not so on the death of the horse, ur o 
the owner of such liorse, unless named by him. 

85. Bets made upon noy tiorse running in a trinl 
between the time of trial and the entry of it, are 
void. (This rule applie* only to Newmarket.) 

36. Bets on a race foi an^ particular day in anv 
meeting, in which the parties aAcra-ards change 
the day, stand ; but, if the race be postponed to a 
different meeting, are void. (The Stewards have 
the power, in cases of urgent necessity, of putting 
off tlie laces iruin day to day in the same week 
and all bets on tuch races must stand.) 

87. Bets not vitiated because the owner of the horse 
may have omitted to make stakes' before starting. 

88. BeU made in running for a plate are not de- 
termined until M is won. Bets made after the beat , 
if the horse betted should not start again, are void. 

89. Bets between horses that run a dead hrat, 
and whose owners agree to divide, or between either 
of such horses and the field, must be put together' 
:ind divided in the same proportion as the stakes. 
If a bet be made on one of the horses that ran the 
dead heat against a hor|p that is beaten in the race, 
the backer of the former wins half his bet. If the 
dead heat be the first event of a double bet, the bet 
is void. Bets between horses that run a dead heat 
for a match are void. 

. Bets cannot be transferred without the consent 
of both parties to it. 

41. Money given to have a bet laidts nottobn 
returned, though the race be not rnn. 

42. Bets between horses are void if neither of 
them should win. 

48. A defaulter for bets may, within two years 
from the date of bis defalcation, after having set- 
tied with his creditors, demand the sums due to 
him, but after the expiration of that term* loses 
all claim on the person indebted to him. (This 
rttl« is la iotf» «t N«vBiuk«( oaljr.) , 



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LENGTH OF COURSES. 



A BKKGAVKNN Y i« one rni1f> rounil. 

ABRRYSTWITH i» ovul. orrx^ shaped, one mile 
round, with n hill hi the commencemcDt of th« 
flr»t turn nbout MO ynrd* from MHrting. wliich 
cunttauet round the top of tUe roiir»e; Htlight 
de»ccnt. then flnt all the wajr, with a straiglit run 
In of about 8.M> vards. 

ABINGDON.— OvhI. one m'te and a quarter round, 
with a i^ood run in; the T.Y.U. i« tbree^iuartert 
of n mile. 

ASCOT.— A circulRr course, short of two rrWn hj 
M vardt : the firnt hnit nearly all on the detcent, 
and the remiiinder, which tn called the old mile, 
up hill the greater pnrt of the war. The Swinlejr 
Coume is the last mile and a half ol the ahov-e. 
The new mite is kirai^ht, and up hill all the way. 
l^he T.Y C. it the last 5 furlongt and 18« yards of 
the new mile. 

A V R.— A round, flat course of 1 mile and 880 yards, 
with a ntriti^ht run in of a quarter of a mite. 

B.ATil 18 nenrlT an oval of one mile and a half, 
with a rtrai^ht run in of half a mile. , 

BECCLES. — A 0at circular conrse, of a mile and a 
quarter, the lant third ol it flat. 

BEnPORD is a tint circle of 1 mile, 4 fur. 44 vards. 

BKVERLKY. — An othI, or rather pear-nbaped 
coune, nboat 100 rardsstinri of^ mile and a-halt 
rnund. with a stral'^ht lUn in of nearly half a 
mile, and a tjrailnal rice for the greater part of this 
dHtancp. TheT.Y.C^ is 4 fur. l«.H vds. 

BLANDFOHD.- The Cup Cnun« is S miles, )itart> 
>ng at the winning chair, running nenrly a mite 
Mraight, and, with a (rood turn, back over the 
same ground. The Dorsetshire Stake Course is 
about three mi'es, with a different start, but run* 
ning into the Cup Course. 'The T.Y.C. is 6 hir- 
longs. straight. 

BKKCON.— Flat, rather oblong, with a straight 
run in of about 500 yards. Once round and a 
distance is a mile, or twice round and the long 
Ij-ngth two miles. 

BRIGHTON— The Old Course is 1 mile, e fur- 
longs, !20& yards : the New Course, I mile, i* fur- 
longs, 141 yards; the Ovingdean Course I mile 
4 furlongs; the Enclosed Course t mile 8 fur- 
loncK; the Bristol Course is 1 mile; and the 
T.Y.C. « furlongs. 

BROMSGUOVK is nearly circular, and ■ distance 
short of a mile. 

BROMYARD.— Oval, a little np and down, length 
about a mile and a qfiarter. with a good run in. 

BURTON CONSTABLE (in Sir C. Constable's 
Park).— Nearly circular, a mile and a quarter, 
with a Btraijf ht run in of about 900 vards ; and 
level, with the exception of a hill on the top side. 

CARLISLE is 1 mile and 00 vards round. 

CATTERICK BRIDGE is an oval flat, of 1 mile 
and 60 yards, with a straight ran In of 8 furlongs 
and 154 vards. 

CANTERBURY is shaped like a cricket-bat. being 
two miles out and in, with a severe bill from the 
distance home. 

CHATHAM is I mile and 1 furlon;^, with a straight, 
flHt run in of a quarter of a mile and 24 rods ; 
the opposite side of the course is on lower ground, 
nut flat. 

CHEADLE (CHESHIRE^ U oval, about three 
quarters ol a mile. 4 

CHELMSFORD is oval, short of 2 miles by about 
30 yards, the last half mile being on the ascent- 
There is a straujhl mile. 

CHESTER.— A flat course of 1 mile and 46 yards 
round. The Trade Cup Course is « miles, i fur- 
longs, and 48 yards, starting at the Grosvenor 
Post. For the 2 mile Ci)iir*-o the start is 48 yards 
past the winning post. The Grosvenor Course is 
1 mile. I furlong, 8lfl|>nrds. From the Castle 
Pole and twice round, is 2 miles, 8 f\irlongs, 97 
vards. The T.Y.C. is nearly 6 furlongs. 

CHESTERFIELD is nearly circular, and about a 
mile and tlixce-quarters round; the run in is 
about a quarter of a mile, straight, and rather on 
the ascent. i 

CROXTON PARK -The. neir oonrsa h yttir-l 



shaped, ii yard* short of tiro niilca, with a flat 
straight nm in of 840 yards. 

DERBY.— Oblong, aDOlcand a quarter in length, 
with a straight run lo at nearly half amile. 

DONCASTEKisa round courae of about 1 mile, f 
farlongs, and 70 yards. The other courses are 
fMMrtioas ot thi* circle, vii. — Red House in, 5 fur* 
long*, l&i yard*. T.Y.C. 7 furlongs, 814 yards. 
Fitzwilliam Course, 1 ntila, 4 furlong*, 10 yards. 
Su Lcger Course, I mile, € ftirlongs, 1S8 yards. 
Two mile course, 8 mile, IS yards. Four mile 
course i. twice round) 8 miles, 7 fturloogs, 29 I 
yards. Cup Coutm, f^m the Red House aod 
once round, 8 miles, i furlongs, 14 yards. 

DUDLEY is oval, I mile and a quarter and 18 
yards ; two-tbirds of it nearly flat, and the re- 
mainder billy. The run in is arstraight half mile. 
With a gradual rise. 

DUMFRIES.— Nearly oval, 1 mile and 8 fhrlongs 
round. 

DURHAM.— Circular, 1 mile In extent. The T.Y.C 
is 8 lurlongs. 

ECCLES.— An oval of three-quarters of a mile, 
with a straight finish of a quarter of a mile. 

EDINBURGH.— Neitrly oval, measuring I mile. a 
quarter, and 46 yards, with a nearly straight run 
in ol hnlf a mile, r<sing sliiihtly from the distance. 

EG HAM is nearly flnt, 68 yards short of two milesi 
and in shape resembling the flgure of 9. The 
n«w mile is nearlv straight. 

KGLINGTON FAtlK.-An oval coune, ISO varda 
less than 8 miles, and flat, with the exception at 
a rather steep hill about half a mile from the 
winning post. The run in. which forma theT. Y.C^ 
Is a straight run in. 

EPSOM.— 1-he Old or Cup Course is • miles, of an 
irregular circular form, the first mile up hill. 
The New Derby Course is exactlv a mile and a 
half, and somewhat in the form of a horse-shoe, 
the last half mile behsg straight. The first bait 
mile is on the ascent, the next third of a mile 
level, the bend into the straight run home, and 
until within the distance on the descent, and the 
remainder on the rise. The New T.Y.C. ia 6 fur- 
longs, the Old T.Y.C. or Woodcot Course, some- 
thing less than half a mile, the Craven Course 
one mile and a quarter, and the Metropolitaa 
Course, starting at the winnii^ post, 8 miles and 
8 furlongs. 

EXETER.— The Old Course is an oval of 8 mRes. 
two-thirds of which are nearly flat, and the re- 
mainder rniher billy. The last half mile is 
straight, with a slight ascenjl and good coming in. 
The New Course » round, and nearly level of 1 
mile, and the three mile course it formed out 
of the new and old courses. 

GOODWOOD.— 1 he New Cup Coarse is t miles 
and a half, starting 100 yards west of th« 
winning |>ost, running out to the west of the 
Clump, retutning by the east. T.Y.C. is a 
stiaight three-quarters of a mile. For the 
Queen's Plate, the hotses start to tlie north-west 
of the Stand, run over to the east ot the Clump, 
go to the outside circle of the hill, and return by 
the east of the Clump, bcinc 8 miles, S furlongs, 
97 yards. The Maidstone Course is 8 miles, 1 
furlong, 44 vards. For the New Mile the horses 
start on the d.S. Co. and run home to the weal- 
ward of ihe Clump. "TwoMiles,** and *'One 
Mile and three quartera,*' are portions of npce 
round, which is 8 miles, 1 fnrkmg, 40 yards. ** A 
Mile and Half," to be run on the New Course. 

HAMPTON.— A flat oval course; the old coarse a 
mile and a quarter; the new one about a mile 
and a half. The T.Y.C. is 8 yards short of ball a 
mile. 

HEREFORD fs oval, T mile and 880 yard*, with a 
straight run in of about 608 yards. 

HEKTPORD.— A flat ova I course, mile and 40yda^ 
with a straight run in ef a qimrter at a mile. 

HORWICH.— Oval, about a mile, with a etrmighl 
ran in of rather more than a quarter of a smle 
slightlT up hill to the flaith. .T.Y.C, a ctraigh 



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HUNTINflDON it oval nnd flftt. •bort of 3 miles 

bv a distance, with a firaiaht run id o( nearly 

hair a mile. 
IPSWICH.— Two miles round, with a ftmigbt run 

in or half a mile. 
KBI'SO.— Oblong, a mile and a quarter round, and 

level with the exception of a gentle rise I'rum the 

SiHod to the Chair. 
KNIGHTON.-Nearljr oval, 1 mile 900 jardn in 

l«ngth. with a nearly btraight run in of a quarter 

of a mile. 
KNUTSPORD.— A round course of 1 mile only, 

and nearU flat. 
LANCASTKH is in shape similar to the letter D, 

the straight line in the leticr bein^ ihe run in, 

and the oead a rise ; the length 1 mile and 60 

Yards. 
LEICESTER.— NenrW oval, a mile and SO 'ards, 

nearly flut, with a rise before cominj; to the run 

in, which is straight, 7U0 yards in length, and 

flat. 
LKiTH.^On the Sands ; an oblong of a mile and 

a quarter. 
LEOMINSTER.— A flat circle of one mile. 
LICHFIELD.— An oblong nquare, exactly S miles 

round, starting at the 'distance. 
LINCOLN is a circular course of I mile,6 furlones, 

SS Tds.. with straight run in oi nearlv hall' a mile 
LIVERPOOL.— An ovhI course of t:mile4nd7«0 

yards, one side gently declining, the other rising 

irom the canal side. TbeT.Y.C. is 4 furlongs, 
I the '•Stable-turn" CoUrse 1 nii^e nod 



half. There is a sirait^ht run in of about lOflO 
yards. The Steep'e Ch.ise Course is 4 nii:es 40C 
yards. 

LUDLOW.— Nan rly ctrnilar, with very little rise 
or fall except at 'the Butt turn, and 'not quite a 
mile and a naif round. 

MALTON.— An oval and nearly flat course, of a 
mile and a half, with a straight run in, called 
•' The Shorts," of half a mile, and free from ob 
jectionable turns. The T.Y.C. is 6 lurlongs. It 
IS on Langton Wold. 

MANCHEbTBR is a triangular course of 1 mile 
and 80 yards, perfectly flat, except the run-in, 
which is 7iiO vards in length, and on a gentle 
ascent. The T.Y.C. is 6 furlongs. 

MEWCASTLK is composed of four unequal sides, 
and nearly approaching to a triangle; once round, 
or Hotspur Course, measured eisbt vards from 
the inside ditch, being 81<S yard*. The T.Y.C. 
Is 8 lurlongs ; and the mile, two-mile, and longer 
courses are rxitcilv of the stated distances. 
Tbere are bills in diflTerent parts, a Birai;;ht run- 
ning on the west side of 400 yards ; on the routh 
side of M8 yards, on the east side of 74S yards, 
and on the north, |lo the winning post, of 480 
▼da. 

MkWCASTLR (Staff.) is circular, exactly 1 mile. 

MEWM ARRET.- B. C.The Beacon Course, 4m If 
ISSy ;— last three miles of ditto. 8m 45y ;— T.M.M. 
two middle miles of ditto, lm-7f IS7y : — last mrle 
and distance of ditto, Im If 158v;— U.C. Round 
Course, Sm 4f i«7r ;— D. I. Ditch In, tm »7y;— 
A. F. Across the Plat, im 8f 84v i—,\a. M. An- 

I castar Mile. Im I8y ;— Ab. M. Abingdon Mile, Tf 
toiy ;— Q M. Rowley Mile, Im Iv; D. M. Ditch 
Mile, 7f 178v ;— B. M. Bunbury Mile, 7f 808v; 
A. E. C. Audley End Course, Im 7( Mf : Bedford 
Slakes Course, '5f leSy ;— Clermont Course (from 
tha Ditch to the Duke's Stand), Im SfSly;- 

' Criterion Course) from tbe Turn of the Lands in) ^ 

r df W4y;— T.Y. C. Two Year-old Coiirse (on ti.e 
Plat), M 1»«T :— New T. Y C. (pan of B. M.), Sit 
I 136y ; Y. C. Yearling Conrse.Sf 47y :— Cesarewitcb 
Course (I'rom the Martina-post of T. M .M. to the 
end of the flat), tin If Stfty ;— Cambridgeshire 
Course, tm If 8y, straight, ending at B. C. Win* 
ning-post; — Champion Course, ImSfSOlv. 

NEWPORT ^Salop) would be oval, but for a 
straight run in of ftOO yards, is flat, and one mite 
round wanting 180 yards. 

NEWTON.— A triangular course of about one mile 
and a quarter, witn a strong bill, and a straight 
flat run in of nearly half a mile. The Golborae 
Course i« Uk« last ball mile. 



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NORTHAMPTON.— An oral course of a mile and 
a half and 180 vards, with a strong hill about 
half war from home, and a siraiirnt run in uf 
half a niile. 

NOTTINGHAM.— A round course of I mtle,8 fur- 
longi«, 11 yards, with a strnight run in of nearly 
hal f H mile. The T.Y.C. it 6 furlongs. 

OSWESTRY— In form resembles an ill-shnpod 
figure of 8, and only a few vards t>hort of 8 mile». 
ending in a straight run in ol nearly halt a mile 
on a gentle ascent. 

OXFORD.— About a mlla and a half round, and 
quite flat. 

PAlSLKY.— Nenrlv»quare,with little rising ground, 
and 1 mile 85 yards in extent. The T.Y.C. is 6 
fiir longs, 

PERTH.— A flat course of 1 mile and 8 furlongs. 

PLYMOUTH.— About one mile and a half round, 
flat, and nearly oval, with a straight run in of a 
third of a mile. 

PRRSTEIGN.— A flat of seven-eighths of a mile, 
wiih a tfood run in. 

RADCLIPFE BRIDGE.— Oval, one mile round, 
nearly flat with a straight run in of 700 vards. 

RK.\ DING— Triangular, nearly flat, exactly a 
mile and a half round, with a straight run home 
of about a third oi a mile. 

RBDDITCH.— Oval, about one mile round, with a 
run in up a gentle ascent of about 800 vanls. 

RICHMOND. -Oval. 1 mile, 4 furlongs.' 184 yards, 
with a long straight run in, rising to tlie distance 
post. From the Grey Stone in. 4 fur 80u vardM 
siraiuht; from the Lime-kiln Gate 6 fur. 100 
yds. 

RIPON.— Two long sides, with oval turnings. 1 
mile and 1 18 yards round. The T.Y.C. is nearly 
three-quarters of a mile. 

ROCHESTER A CHATHAM.-Ovnl, 1 mile and 
1 furlong, with a run in of 2 furlongs, 84 rods. 

SALISBURY.'-The mile course is straight and 
flat, with the exce^Jtion of a rise for the flm art 
yiirds. The T.YC, is the last three-quarters of 
this mile. For the two-mile course, the horses 
start beyond the winning chair, run past it and 
the stiind, and diverge to the left I'mm the strai<>hi 
course, which they le-enter at tbe T.Y.C. starting 
post. 

SA N DBACH —Oval, upwards of 6 furlongs round^ 
and nearly level. 

SHIFFNALL — A triangular course, about 1 mile. 

SHREWSBURY.— An oval of I mile, 185 tards. 
with a rise of 8 feet 8 inches in a straight fun in 
of nearly half a mile. 

SOUTHAMPTON.— Oval, 1 mile anda half'round, 
with a run in of nearlv three-quarters of a mile. 
The T.Y.C. is «80 vards short of a mile. 

STAFFORD.— A niile course, which would be a 
complete oval but for a straight run of about a 
ounrter of a mile. 

STIRLING.— An oblong of exactly 1 mile, 3 fur. 
longs, 140 yards: tbe T.Y.C. about 4 lurlongs. 
and tbe ruti in about 408 yards straight. There 
is a Fharp hill immediately before the run in. 
and another hill in a gradtial turn alter patsing 
the winning post. 

STAMFORD isratber oval, with a straight run in 
of nearly hall a mile; it is flat, but there is a 
new straight milt, the first half of which is 
slightly on Ihe rise till it, joins the Kound Course. 
The Clip Course, thrbe times round, is exactly 4 
miles. 

STOCKBRIDGE is nearly a round course, some- 
what hilly, with a straight run in of three-quarters 
of a mile. There is also a Mraigfal mile. 

STOCKTON.— An oblong of about 1 mile and 108 
yards, with a run in, nearly straight, of half a 
mMe, hnving a slight rise from below the distan'** 
to within 109 yards of the chair. The Cleveland 
Course about half a mile. Tbe T.Y.C. 8 lur- 
longs. Blue post is 7 furlongs, nnd from the Red 
post to the winning poat and once round, 1 mile 
and a half. 

STOURBKIDGE.-A triangular course of 7 fur- 
longs, 86 VHrds, with easy turns and a goodiun 
in. The T.Y.C. is 4 furlongs SO yards. 

3CTT0N PARK.-^tae mtUs round, with a runpn 



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up ritiiijc rronad, of eOO or 700 yards ; on the 

oppo'>ite Bide theie U a aliKht de<K<eot. 
TARPO KLEY.— One mile round, th« iMt half being 

■Marly •traieht. 
TAVISTOCK— Rounder ralber oral, 8 mile*, a 

little hilly, the last three-quarters of a mile 

nearlyatraii^bt. 
T£WKESBURY.-^irculnr.nndauiteflat.up<rard8 

of two miles round, with a atraiglit run in uf tbree- 

Suarters of a mile. 
NBKIDGE WELLS.— Circular, one mile and 
SM yards in Ieni;th, and rattier hilly. 

UPTON-ON-SEVERN.— A perfect flat, 2 mile* and 
S furlonn round, with a straight half mile. 

WAL8ALX..— Oval, one mile round, sliortof a fen- 
yards. There is rather a serere hill of about 150 
Tards, a quarter of a mile from the starting post, 
but the run in is straight, flat, and nearly ualf u 
mile in length. 

WARWICK.— Once round is 1 mile, « furlongs. 60 
yards. The Leamington Stalcc Coune \* Smile« 
ani 44 yards. The T. i .C. ta a few yards short of 
7 furlon'irs. 

WELSHPOOL has two coursen, one bcin;; oblong 
with two long side*, about 70 yards short of a 
mile ; the other nearly of the same form. 

WENLOCK. — An oval cour»e of about a mile. 

WEYMOUTH.— Oblong, level, and about a mile 
round. 

WINCHESTER is 8 miles round, with a strniKbt 
run in of about three-quarters of n mile, the first 
of which is a strong hill. The T.Y.C. is 6 furlongs. 

WOLVERHAMPTON— An oval of 1 mile, I fur 
longs, 10:! yardi., having n huUow at tlie nortli- 
wewtern extrerahy. The T.Y.C. i* a straight half 

WORCESTKR.-Flat and ovhI. The T.Y.C. half 
a mile, and two and throe year old lengtli, 5 fur- 



LGNGTH OP COURSES. 



Jongs straight ; but for the mile and longer d!«< 
luaces, tlie course is crossed in the middle.*ial(ing 
It •«~n-'~ '•' ». rntJ btfins^, ont t* ov^r, about 1 mile 

a '-.Tf:. 

Wl . . ■, !■'■"!!> in rv:-..Ti '(early oval, the 

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tisSOLiji J andTa'.C.&i :• t. 

YdHK— L'lrtmlur^ iiti4 i surving at the 

]*lin *her.- ilii^ oUi i*iii'i • ' itood, tb« new 

one hnini? 50 jrurdt ni-nriT Un- -'iand, leaving a 
siiiiiijlil- riiiri in uf J liJrianp* miil jO yards, which 
lurnrr.LheT V C. ITj^OM I w .-i.ileCourMis«28 
jn nil nl 1 1 in im' a iml l«m. Tin? fni I ' -.' uoee roond i« 1 
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CURRAGH COURSES. — Now Chain, »f 9«t; 
Yearling Length, Sf ISSy; Conolly's MiU, Im ; 
Two Year Old Course, im ISOv ; Sir Ralph** 
Post, im If JWv ; Tiiree Year Old Course; 1m «f 
S^v; Post on the Plat, Im Sf My; Flrvt Post on 
the Plat, linSf; Red t'ost, Im 6f 8y ; HamHton 
Couriiu, am 4f I33y ; Over the Course, 4ni \ Sligo 
Post, a few yards lunger than the Red Post. 

NEW COUHSES.-Yearlin? Course, 2f 147y ; Blue 
Po.t, «f 178y; Two Year Old Course, 5 f isey; 
Yellow Po*t, 5f iJtOy; Anglesey Post, Of; Nor- 
ihumberland Post, ini; Bruen Pust, Im ; Roval 
Course, Im 8f 144y ; Peel Course, Im ef IS^; 
Huthbridtt Post. Im tSOy : Mulgrave Mile, Im ; 
Rossmore P.i^t (on Peel C.) lin'4f. : Waterferd 
Post, 1 ml. 4 fur. on the Pe*l Course; Marquis's 
Post, balf-a-mile. 



WINNERS OF ROYAL PLATES IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND, 1850. 



Ptaet. 

Ascot Heath ... 

Bedford 

CnledonianHunti 
Canterbury ....i 

Carlisle ' 

Chester 

Chelmsford . 
Doncaster.., 
KUmburgh., 
Eghttm ..... 
Goodwood .. 
Guildford... 
Hampton ... 
Ipswich ..... 
Lancaster. . . 
Leicester...! 

Lewes 

Lichfield..., 



Owner. \ Wimur. 

Capt Lowther .... The Gent 

Mr Charlton jKissaway 

Mr .J. Brown 'Haricot 

D ot Kedl'ord |St Rosalia 

Plash 
Vanguard 
The Gent 
Woolwich 



Mr Lancaster... 

Sir C.Monk 

Capt Lowther... 
Mr Campbell..... 

.M r Dhwsou Priestess 

Ld Exeter [Little lock. 

Capt Lowther .... [The Gent 
Mr li. Robinson.. iConAdence 
M r J . Powney .... Kathleen 
Mr Rogers ....... Vhm 

Mr Nicboll Woolwich 

Mr 2\1 ontgomery . I Priestess 

D of Bedford St Rosalia 

Ld Exeter Little Jaclc 



P/aee. | 

Lincoln 

Liverpool 

Mho Chester....' 
NoM market .... 
Newmarki't .... 
Newmarket . . . . i 

Newcastle 

Northampton ,., 
Nouinghum.... 

Plymouth, Ac. 

S.ilisbury | 

Shrewsbury....! 

Warwick 

Weymoutti.... | 

Winchester ' 

York i 

YorlcCfor mares) 



I Owner. I fViiuur. 

Ld Exeter 'Little Jack 

C:tpt Her ver Strong bow 

Mr Murphy Dough 

D of Beaford , St Uusalia 

Sir J. Hawley .... Fernhill 

D of Bedford St Rosalia 

Mr Robson The Sweep 

I) of Bedford P " 

Mr H. Walters... i 



Keiail 

Maid of Team 
Valley 
Mr Robinson .... Conlidence 

Major Pitt Mounseer 

Sir . I. Hawley.... F.-rnhiU 

Ld Exeter jLiUle Jack 

HonS. Herbert... Kathleen 
Mr H. Robinson.. Confidence 

Ld Stanley Uriel 

iMr Dawson. ..••••. Priestess 



IN IRELAND. 



Bcllewsluwu . 

Curragh 

Curragh 

Curragh ..... 

Curragh 

Curragh 

Curragh ..... 

Curragh 

Curragh; 

Cnrmgh .,... 



I Mr Nolan ' Pan Ic. 

Mr Kelly Blucher 



Mr Kelly 

Mr Courtenay 
Mr Coiirenay. . 

Mr Nolan 

Mr Nolan 

MrHyland... 
Mr Disney.... 
MrDiraey..,, 



Blucher. 
Caprice. 
Caprice. 
Blucher. 
Blucher. 
Allegrette. 
Captain Grant 
Captain Grant. 



Curragh .....•« 

Curragh 

Curragh -> 

(Lord Lieut's) j 
CurraghCWhip) 

Royal Down;Cor 
Koyal Down Cor 
Royal DowA Cor 



Mr Hylaod .. ..'Allegrette. 
Mr Courtenay . . iCaprtce. * 

Mr Watts The MaiquU. 

Mr Watte ' (The Marchioness 

Caprice. 
Coprtie. 
MyriiilM. 



Mr Courtenay, 
Mr Courtenay.. 
Mr Bond 



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LIST OF TRAINERS IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND 
WALES. 



( Those who have an asterisk prefixed to their names are privateTrainers.") 


Name. 


Residence. 


Employers, 


Annstronff.J 

*Afiiull, W 




Mr F. Clarke. Messrs R. and W. Etwall, Mr Snewing. 
Ld Glasgow. 


Newmarket and Middlcham 
Hednenford, Cannock. Staf. 
Carshalion, Surrey........ 


Arthur, W 

Balchin,J 


•Barker, K 


Oxford .' 


Mr G. Symond. 

Mr U. H. Neviil and Ld Orford. 






*Bk>M, 6 


Delamern Forest, Taiporley 
NTewmurket. 


Capt Liddell, Messrs Stopforth, Power,& E. Phillips, 
Sir R. Pigot. 


Bond, J 


Newton 


Mr. Heiip, Mr. Parks, Mr. Redhead. 


Boone, S 

B«grce,H 

Bovce.R 


Kichmond. Yorkshire 


Mr. R. Stephenson. 

D of Kutland, Messrs Wigram, W. S. Stanley, Watson 

Count Bathvany. 




Brovn, T 




Lewes 

Warwick 

Ilambletnn, nearThir»k ... 
Newmarket 


Messrs Verrall, Ramsbottom, &c. ' 


•Bullock, O 

Bumby.J 

«ButIer,W 


Ld Warwick. 
Mr. .1. Hudson. 
of Bedford. 


•Carlilc, T 


Weatbury. \Vi't«hire 

S^'i'^C:."!'.?.:::::;:- 


Mr H. Waring and Mr W. Waring. 
Mr Hargr«ve». 


Cariin, J 


Casaidj, J 


Ciarke,J 

Clav,T 


Newton, Warrington 

Aahton, near Luncuittcr .... 
Newmarket 


Mr J. R. Scott, Mr J. C. Johnson. 
Mr. Heap. 
Mr Comfee. 


•Clear*, W 


•Cooper, W 


Newmarket 


Ool Peel and Ld Enfield. 


Cooper, K 

•Cotton, W 


Newmarket 




Newmarket 


Mr Combe. 


Crouch, F 

Canninghum, T.... 

Daley,J 

DalUinore, F 

Darling, S 


Kpsom. 

irfaUon 


Mr H. Baker, Mr Simpson, Mr. Gardener, Ac. 
Mr Wiggan, MrS. Moore, Mr Harvey. 


Newmarket 


WcMbury, Wilt* 

TupgiU, Middleham 

Newmarket 


Capt Shiplev, Mr T. M. Smith, &c. 

Sir C. Kusliout, Messrs Minor, F. Robblns, &c. 

Sir G. Houston, Capt Harcourt, Messrs Meiklam, 

Willtins Rothvrell, Koss, Williams, Baity, Ac. 
LordJohn Scoit uud Mr Wauchope. 


•DawBon,M 


•Dair«in,J 

l>ay.J.,jun 

Day, S 


Middleham, Yorkshire 

Stockbridge 


Mr. S. Davidson 

l^d Palmerston, Lord llowth, Lord Dorchemer, Sir .1. 


Newmarket 

Narthleach 


B. Mill, Sir K. Pigot, Messri* Pedley, Howard, Henry, 
H. Hill. Arnold, U. B. Powell, B. Way. R. Watt, &c. 


SJ:^.::::::;:;:;; 


Mr Waller. Captn lianrey and Pettat, and Mr. Bacon. 

Farrance 
Sir F. Peacock, Major Martin, &c. 
Messrs Greville, Payne, Delme, Ac. 


Woodyeats, n«ir sialubury. 

Ascot Heath. 

Littleton, near Winchester.. 

Allfngton, Devizes 

Bpsom.... 


ga,*s?:.:::::::::: 


Dixon, J 


Mr. J. Clark. 


SSiT/.'.?.;:-.:::: 


Messrs Greville. Payne, and E. R. Clark 


[Isley.Berk 

Mickleham.nearEpwTO.... 
Seuniculs, Chichester 

Newmarket...- 

Epaom 


Mehsrs. Southby, Fowler, Ac. 


DrewiU, R. ........ 


.Mr. C. Ibbotson, Mr. Douglas. 


*Ducker,G 


Mr Dorrien. 


Edw«ida,W. 

Edwards, P. 


Ld Spencer, Mr Dennett, Ac. 
Mr Pitcher, Mr. Gains, Ac. 


KUiolt, B 

*Ennis,J 


aiiddleham. 

Abbots Mobs. Delamere 

Forest, Tarporley. 
Uednesford. near Cannock. 

Staltbrdshire. 
Malton, Yorkshire. 

Newmarket 

Hednesford, near Cannock. . 

Spigot Lodge, Middleham. . . 
Lamboum, Berks 


Mr Lucas 


»?»krf«t^T..,. . 




Fatrar, C 

•Fisher, C 


Col Anson 


FUntoff;T. 

*Fobert,J 

•Ford, W 

Ford.E 


Messrs Fowler, Choyce, DavH, Critchley, and Hol- 
land. 
Ld Eglinton. 
Mr Dtinkald. 
Mr. Ingletield. 
Mr Hendf'rson andMr J WitllamBon. 


Fowler, W 


Aintree, Liverpool 


•French 


Newmarket 

Mansfield. 

Kichmond. Torkshlre 

Newmarket 


Messrs Rolt and Mure 


FrostiJ 

Gill,7 

Goodwin, W.......^ 


.Messrs S. L. Fox, H. T. Thompson, WilkinspB, 

ShaKo. Capt Cookson, Ac. 
.Mesars G. Hobaon, Foster, BIylb, &c. 

• " K 


GrMham,J „,. 


WiUow Holme, Carli»l«„.. 



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llnckrU 

•HalUtrellfJ.. 

•Harloek. W. . 
Heu«lUn«, U. . 

•Hill.R 

Hotmood,J. .. 

Homaby, C... 
•Honlttjr. \l... 
Huwlelt, .1. ... 
I'AnMMk, W. ., 

Jann, B 

JOOM, W 

•Kmnt,J 



Kinff.J...^ 

King. V 

*Kiiigsland. Jno. .. 

Kinicsland. P 

Kiuoa.D 



I.ord.S 

•l.umle5,W 

Mackenzir, J .... 

^vlarkhani 

Mazioii, C 



Mittsoa. J. ... 
•MHrM>n.W. . 

•MartiM 

Manin, IC... 



May, W >... 

Memer. J , 

Meynell 

•Morgan 

Noble. W , 



Osboni«,J... 



OMtand. H. , 
Oweii. /...., 



Parr.K 

Peace J 

Peck,C , 



Percj, H 



Verm, J 

Pettlt, R 

Planner, W.... 
•Ree»ei, — ... 
Kebln«m,J... 
Rogen,J , 



•Rolph, C... 
Uutherlord . 
ByaOfJ 



S«ller,W. 

fail, A 

Sniin IcrB, W 

•Saumlen, W. S.. 
Soott,J 



Scott. S 

Shepherd, J. .. 
•Shepherd, W.. 
^Shcrvgod.R.. 



Rmltham Rottom. CroTilnn. 
May Drt CottHse, Gullane, 
IladdiTiRton, N.R. 

T7ewmarket , . , 

HaoiUletoD, Thirsk 

Atke, near lUcbmend.Tork- 
•hire. 

Holromlte Hill, Burj. Lan- 
cashire 

Barham, Kent 

Plymouth 

Newmarket. 

Spring CoiUge, Maltea...., 



Marlborough 

Whitfhall, Oelampre Forest. 
Goodwood, near Chicheater. 



Ch'ieldAn. Swindon 

^tocktrld^e 

Near Tavistock 

Whitchurch. ne«r Tavittock 
Andovenford, Gtoucestersb. 

Ifednetford, Caanork 

lUley 



Ro^ide. Ayrabire 

Hrethr, Aihhy-de la-Zottrh 
Newmarket.'. 



Beverley 

Koynton. near Bridlington.. 
Iloraeheaih, Cnmbrids<'a!iire 
.\bl<otri Mo«a, Delancre 

Koreat, Tarporley. 
Reil bourne. 

Welwyn 

Newmarket.,... ,. 

Old Warden, Biggleawade 

Richmond. 

AahgiU, Middlefaam 



Woodhonae, near Ludlow. 
Newton. 

Pppor Lnmboum, Rrrkt .. 
Detamere Parent, Tnrporley 
GroTeBotiaa, Mnlton..., 



nmpcra, near Blandford.. 



Newmarket 

Newmnrket. 

Lower Hailing 

B«<ddlngton P«rkt Snrrey « 

Newmarket 

Newmarket 



Hint on Lodge. Farrinj^on. 

Roftaide, Ayrshire 

Qttllane, Haddington. N.B. 



Stockbridge 

Waddon. near Cionlon., 
Hednexford, Kuf^eley . . . . , 

Hooton, Chester 

Maltoo 



Ascot Heath 

Maltoo , 

Hednesfbttl, Cannock. 



Xmployera. 



Sir J. Boawell* Heasrs Sayera, Binnie, and Arbuthnot. 

Ld Rxtter. 

Mesnrt Ewbank. Armatrong. Bateman, Humph rias. 

Ld Zetland. 

lUcatrt Whitvorth, R. Robinson, Ac. 



Mr IVelawney. 

Metara O.Barton, A. Jnlinstnne, W. Sbarpok W. AUe«, 

J. Brnwn, J. Neale. ftc 
.Afessrs K. tirltfhhs, Mristow, Dyson.- 
Cnpt Ciinninuiiaiue. Mr Dnvies, Ac. 
D of Kicfamond, Ixt Mnrch, Ld H. Lena*K» Ld 

Enfield, and Mr Griitwleke. 
Mr U. Stone. 

Messrs Rurffeas, W. V. Jenkins, Hayter, &c. 
Mr E Scobell. 
Mr Heed. Mr Parrott. 
Mr Pearce. 

Mr G. Hawkes. Mr Sliarratr. Ac. 

Ld Strathmere, Mr. W. £. Hu$be«innd Mr. Mttgenis. 



Col Anson. 

Field MHrshnl Grosvenor, Baron Wnltshnn. %\t V. 

Booth. Sir S. Spry, MeMirs Bouvcrle, Coape, Jtc. 
Mr BHxter 
Mr K. Hell. 
Mr Ratwn. 
Mr Cuff, Ml Holdrorih. and Mr A. Pbllllpa. 



Mr DoU|rias, Mr St. Aubyn, Mr Francis. 
HonQ.Oojiley. 



Messrs W. Arrowsmith, Wralber, A. Crancfon, S, 
Monre, W. K. Mobaoo, EiUt, Rickal^v Jnekson, J« 
Pilling. &c., ac. 

Mr Herbert. 

Mr Uower. 

Meisr* Wtllioms, Saxon, Ae. 

8ir R. Bttlkeley. Ifnn S. Hawlte. Major Tarlmrgli, 
Messrs Pedley.Wcntworth, tThjttaker. Jones, Hmt- 
ker, Robsun, Wilkiasnn, J. G. Smyth, te. 

Hon S. Herbert, Htm U. Pitt, Measrs Wtaicldon, and 
K. V. Fox 

Mr Freeman. 

Mr Gurnt-y, Mr Frnnkutti, Ac, 

Mr C. Formby and Mr King. 

Mr Carew. 

Captain BunipTer. 

Lds Lonsdale and W. Poiilett,MeOTr« Lowtlufrj Ciaw 
inrd, and Elwea. 

Mr T. Parr 

Messrs Turner and Greenshleld. 

Messrs A. Robertson, Jolly, Smart, Bampliag, aai 
Capt Holden. 

MrGanntm. 

Mr Mecsnn. 

Mr Lnw-son, Ac. 

lAis Normanby and Stanley, Baron ItaChsehHd, SIrC. 

Monck. Col Anson, Col Thompson* Mesars R. M. 

Jaques, Bo«ntt, A. Niebol, W. Cothbert. J. UlHe, 

B. naworth, W. H. Johns«a, 8* Worthinjnon, 

H. L. Maw. A. Campbell, Ac. 
Baron Rothschild, Mr. Llley 
Mr \f. Harrison and Mr WoOkad^, 



Mr Copeland, Mr. Backter, 
SirQ.Ucathcotc. 



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Smith, W. 



sum. N.... 
Stebbini;. H. 



f^tevciw, T. 

Stepbeoaoa, H.T... 



•SteplieQaan.R.,Jttn. 



Sir J. Gormra. Cvft ButMd, Maws Votd, De)«iMra, 
Jaque«, aul VV. R. Read. 
Htdnesfitrd, Cannock. I 

Hambleton, Tblrsk >Mr W. Stehbfnff and Mr Mnrrin. 

Iklej, Berks. IMPMra \V«bb. J. Stcabenton, Cowley. Olen, &c. 

Newmarket U Orford, Ld Stmdbrokv, ].d Bateman, Mr P. S. 

1 Bame, Mr Newton, Mr Shelley, he. 
Nevnmrket 'LdClifilen. 



•THylor, 6. . 
Taylor, T. .. 



♦Tavlor, A. ... 

Tempeet, W 

Thompton, W... 
Treat. W 



. H., 



Wadlow.H.. 
Va'tm. J... 

M''altff..T..< 

Wansan. U . 
Wnite*. T. , , 
•Watreoer ... 
•Weathenill M..... 
We8tbefen,W. .... 

Wheeler. 

Wnk|m,J 



WlllLlRM. 

•Williaim 
WfaitrinshMm, C. h 



Employer!. 



Hednesford, Cannock 

BKtby. near A«hby>de-la- 

Fyfield HmiM. Marlborough 
PamdiK Street, tawMer .... 

Mlddlelum 

Beelchiimpton, sear Marl- 

borough. 
Kiqneritley Cottage. Severn 

Stoke, WorrestereUie 
Stanton, near Sbiffiial .. , 



The Lizard, near SUntoSi 

Shiflfnal. 
Middleham, Yorkfthtre. . . . . , 

Hednt«furd, Cannock 

Ludlow 

Hfcdnetford, Cannock. 
Milchel Grove, Swindon ... 

Huttod Hall, near Vock 

HolywefY, Klintuhtie 

Kxton, Hanti 

Aintrae, Uvcvpool 

Kinnenley, ne«r IVovceeter. 
Wrou^htpQ, near Swindon. 
Hicbmand. Yorkshire. 



Mr Merry 

Ld Chesterfield and Mr B. £. Oliver. 

SirJ.Hawley. 

CupU Aichdall, Mes»n Gregory, Fuller,, Wrnth, &c. 

Mr Uamp 

Ld Caledon, Ld Airlie, Hon. E. U. Mottyn. Mr 
UaUurd. Mr Skevratt, A Mr Utile. 

Mr J. Gray. Mr Watteri. ttv. 



MrO«baJdestott. 

MrHarland.Ae 

MeMra Whilworth. Williams. Thompson, andCarew 

Mz King and MX fi. U. C<iQyvr. 



Mr Taontun. 



TRAINERS IN IREL.^ND. 



•Blaney, H , 

Bymt, L 

Canavan, C , 

Cleaty, W 

ConlM.W 

Con Ian, W., Jan., 

*Connof, D 

•Conoliy, P , 

DavUtJ 

•DeheamJ 

•Dottcy, P 

Deiylv, J 

•Pal9.M 

FarrdLJ 

Plood.P. 

Hanison,T 

•I'Aoeon.R. ... 

*Jaaqnee,J 

Kearney,? 

Keegan,L. 

•MoiM8han,M... 

Mnrphy.J 

«PrfnoeR , 

•Reiraison, J, ..,, 
'Rudgers, it...... 

•Walsh, J 

Wvnae,0 , 



The Inch, Downpatrlek . . . 
Moun^oy Lodge, Curragh . 

LoBgh Brown, Cnrmgh. . . . 
Rathbridp Lodge, Cviragfa. . 
The Maie, MUlsboRHigh ... 
Brownstown, Cunragh 
Phoenix Park, 



Mr R. Martin. 

Caut Davis, Messrs Ryan, 

Punne, Jtc. 



G. Power, WilHanu, M. 



Mr C. St. Geocfe, M.P. 

M«Mrs Bradshaw, Thompena. Campbell, Smith, &c. 

Mr Poulett 

Messrs Clarke and Turpln 

Sir P. Nugent, Captain Thompson, Messrs O'Neill 

O'BeiUy, and Nolan. 
Mr Barry. 
MrE.J.irwla. 



Curragh Lodge 

Straw Hall, Curragh 

Rockvnie 

Bathbride House, Cnrragh.. 

French Furze, Cnrragh , Messrs Dunne, Plynne, Ao. 

Ballycdmood, Kildare Mr Courtenay. 

Brtfwnstown. Cnrragh 'Messrs Parrer, Armstrong, Cooke. Ac. 



The Maze, Hillsborough. 
Curragh Lodge 



Messrs Stewart, Walktngton, McCaw, &c. 

Ld Lni^gan, «ir T. Burke, Capt Arcbdall, Maisrf 
Disney, Holmes, Kcary, 6tc. 

Curraghmore LdWaterfbrd. 

Howth Castle Il.d liowth. 

Mr Lane. 

CapU Gamble and Hendrick, Messrs Preston, Whaley, 
Knambore', Mangan, Westropp, Uammerton, leo. 

Mr Knnz. 

klessrs Maber, Qnin, Monaghan, King, An. 

Wr Watta. 



French Furze, Gurragli . 
Hamilton Lodge, Curragh. 



Cottage Stable«,CviTagh'.. 
Jockey Hall. Curragh. . .'. . 

Kilfera Mr Ryan. 

fCnockdrln Castle . , Mr Lerlnge. 

Brownstown, Curragh Mr Disney. 

Fangh-a-Ballagh IfOi^ej Messrs Cummins, R'ws^}, Boocbier, WiningtOQj John 
Cnrragh. sonj fl(c. 



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WINNEKS OF THE GREAT EACES. 

THE DERBY. 



TiAR. 


Owner. 


Wittsun. 


SiRB. 


Sim 


s. 




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TlMK. 


1780 


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Ml y... 


Diomed 

Y. Eclipse 

AMas«in 

Saltram. 

Serjeant 


Florizel 


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83 
85 
84 
80 
89 
29 
US 
80 
80 
82 
82 
82 
SO 
49 
45 
45 
87 
87 
83 
38 
81 
80 
35 
88 
39 
80 
88 
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45 
45 
48 
47 
51 
51 
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56 
54 
52 
54 
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60 
58 
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a7 

89 
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89 
105 
101 
124 
123 
128 
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181 
184 
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144 
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IS 


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S. ArrtiM, ..,.. 
HiniJlKT,. .... 

S. Artlnrt 

Hi,Fdley,..,... 
J.ArM^tl ..... 

HiiidU'T 

J. Wliiir.., .. 
S. ArnuU .„. . 
W Srmtll „... 
Cbifiiry^ieiii^.. 
J. Amull ..,.. 
Sti'iilienfaa ».. 
Bmklo..,„... 
curt „,.. 


m. •. 


1781 


Eclipse. 




1788 
I78i 


U ont 

Ml 


Sweetbrla'r... *.**.. 
Etlipse 




1784 


M 7 


Eclipse 




1785 


L.^ out 

Ml 1 




Marc Antony ... 

Highflver 

HiKliflyer 

Ponfcac 




1788 


Noble . . 




1787 


Lc 


Sir Peter Teaxle . 

Sir Thomas 

Skyscraper 

Rhadnnmnthus.. 

John BiilV .*.'.'.".*.! 




1788 


I'r I'ale. 

Di edford.... 

Ld nor 

D. jdlord.... 

Ld lor 

Sii e 




I78f' 

noo 

1791 
17M 

1793 


Hijfhflyer 

•I'lStice 

Florizel 

Fortitude 

PotSos 

Justice 

Volunteer 

Trumpeter 

!>. to Pharamond 

Sir Peter 

Sir Peter 

PotSoB 




1794 
1705 
179« 


Ld fior 

Sii dinh 

Sii t. bi«„d<«h 

liiike of Bedford.... 

MrCookBon 

Sir F. Stand iah .... 
Mr Wilson 


Doedalus 

Spread Eagle. . . . 
Didelot...: 


BuchlB....,,.. 
A. VVhcPil:l«.. 
J. Ainiifl .,... 
J.S,aRk-laB... 

S. Artiul] 

J.Art,!.ll. 

Clin 




1797 
1798 
1799 
1800 


Br c. by Fidget .. 

Sir Hnrry 

Archduke 

Champion 

Eleanor 

Tyrant 

Ditto 




1801 
1802 


SirC.Bunbury 

Duke of Grafton.... 
Sir H. WilliaiUBon .. 

Ld Pqrr-minTii! 

Ld 1 -i;ip.Miiii,.i[ 

Ld \;y.. 


Whiskey 

Pot8ot 


Saunders 

Buckle 

Cllft 

W.Amull 

Fif— r-- lE..,. 

Sh :.,.■..! 

J. ■UniiiJ,.^.*,, 
Collnpnn,,,..^ 

ciijt.. ::: 

Bifithi ,. 

Arriull..,...,, 
Ger>rli»4in,.^,,. 
W AriiUll ,„, 
GciiLlmoti ,..,. 
WheiiTlcy ,.,,, 
Rol-.in«r,n .... 

Clifi '»*„. 




1808 


Sir Peter 

Driver 

Gohanna 

Sir Peter 

Gohanna 

St George 

Waxy... 




1904 
1805 
1806 


Hannibal 

Card. Beaufort . . 
ParU 




1B«7 Ld I-..T.J 






1808 


Sir li '.', i;i..:.jr,,on.. 
Dui.r^jir ii{nt*^-<i.... 

Du^.vi.l i;r.,liMii .... 

Sii 1 >i,-ii,.v 

Ml l.-.V'.r .1,,. 

Sii 1- H M,i I.UV 

Ld -i:,'.ril ...■ 

D..I..-..I iM.,ri.,ii.... 

Dui-i^Mf V...-k 

Mr r'...,.,.. 

Mrn.,,,r,l,nL 

Dul-r ,.| 1\-Lln,d ... 

Mr Ti, ..,,.'. 1 ., 

M, i!.mi..T... 

Di.l;.--I V .-k 

Ml r.^., 

Sir .1. Hli,.|'v, 

Ld It — : 

Ld Egrti-.^nt 

Ld.leri.ev 

Duke of Rutland.... 

MrGratwIcke 

Mr Chifnev 


Pan 




1809 


Pope 




1810 


Whalebone 

Phantom 

Octavius 

Smolensko 

Blucher 


Waxy 




1811 


Walton 




1812 
1818 
IHU 


Orville 

Sorcerer 

Waxy 




ini5 


Whisker........ 


Waxv 




1810 


Prince Leopold.. 


Hedley 




1817 


Selim. 




1818 


Sam 


Scud 




IHIO 


Tiresia* 


Soothsayer 

Scud.... 




182U 


Sailor 

GustavuB 

Moses 


S.Cdilihi*,.,.. 




I8«l 


Election 

Seym, or Whal.. 
Orville 


S.L3..V 

GoLiiti*™..,.. J 


\St:i 


F.miUus 


Bui-kle.. *...,.' 


1824 


C'^dric 


Phantom 

Plinntom... 

Whalebone 

Partisan 


KobinxDii.^..,, 


1825 
18S6 


Middleton 


RoliiEtxin...... 

Dc4'k«'inv .....1 


1827 


•Cartland 

Frederick 


Ro^ilnMUn..,,,. 


182B 




l<otln»fl>.....p 


1829 
18tf0 


Little John 

Erailius 


Fonli, ,„„,., 
S. Day..„„„ 

Sou.,. 

Cluimiille ..._ ' 
Cofji^tly.. .... 

Scott 

Hobinson 

G. Ediv*rds... 
Chappie 

Macdonald.... 

Conolly 

Scott 




1831 




Spaniel 


Whalebone 




1832 


MrRidsdale 


St. Gileii 




1H33 


MrSHler '. 

Mr HatKon 


Dan^rous 






1834 


Emilius 




1H35 


Mr Bowen 


Catton 




1X34 


Ld Jersey 

Ld Berners 


Bhv Middleton.. 
Fhosphorua 


Sultim 




1837 


Lamplighter .... 
Velocipede 




183H 


SirG. HcRthcote 

Wr W. Rid»dale 

Mr Kobertfcon 

Mr Kawlinsou 

Col Anson 




18^9 


Little Wonder... 

Coronation 

Atlila 




1840 


Mulev 




1841 
1842 


SirHVrcules.... 

Colv'ick 

Touchstone 

Touchbtone 

Slane 




1843 


Mr Bowes 


Cotherstone 

tOrlando 

Merry Monarch . 
Pvrrhue the First 

Cossack 

Surplbe 

Voltigeur 


Scott 




1844 


Col Peel 


Flutman 

F.BcH 

S. Day 

Templenian ... 

Marlow....;;; 

J. Marion 




1845 


Mr Grntwirke 

MrGully 




1849 


Epirus 


855 

a 

SM 


1847 


Mr Pedlev 


H.Platoff 

Tonchsione . • . . " 
B. Middleton.... 
Voltaire 


1848 


Ld Clifden 


1849 
1850 


Ld ERlinton 

Ld Zetland 







• After a dead heat with Hon. E. Petre's •• The Colonel." 

+ A horse, falsely described as •• Running Rein, by The Saddler, out ofMab^by Dancan Gr»y.»' came 
In first, but was subsequently proved to be a four-year old colt, called Maccabeus (afterwards Zanoni^. 
by Gladiator, dam by Cftpstcwm, and was disqualified, _ ° ^? 



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THE OAKS. 



YEAa. 


OWVKH. 


WiNNBS. 


SiBB. 


Sob 


S. 


P. 


BiDBB. 


TiMB. 


1779 
1780 
1781 
1782 
1783 


Ld Derhy 


Bridget., 

Tetotum 

Faith 


Herod 


17 
17 
16 
Si 
22 
91 
S4 
24 
X4 
18 
18 
18 
88 
8S 
87 
81 
*t 
4i 
81 
81 
24 
«4 
18 
17 
484 
«» 
27 
87 
81 
81 
83 
83 
40 
40 
44 
44 
48 
48 
47 
47 
8» 
80 
48 
48 
48 
41 
50 
49 

79 

78 
77 

83 

97 
95 
98 
98 

98 

»s 

103 
IIB 
151 
91 
117 
128 

140 

162 
152 
172 
12U 


12 
11 

6 
12 
10 
10 

8 
18 

8 

7 

7 
12 

9 
11 
10 

8 
11 
18 

5 

7 

4 

8 

« 

6 

7 

8 

8 
12 
18 
10 
11- 
11 
12 
12 

9 


U 
11 

10 
10 
13 
7, 
10 
10 
18 
10 
15 
19 
14 
14 
18 
21 
1» 
19 
15 
10 
12 
13 
Itf 
13 
15 
22 
16 
23 
28 
21 
24 
23 
26 
15 
15 


11 


R.Goodison... 

Chifney, sen... 
Chifney, sen... 
C. Hindley.... 

J. Bird........ 

J.Edwards.... 

Fitzpairick.... 

Kitxpalrick 

Chifney, sen... 
Chifnev.sen... 
J. Singleton... 
C. Hindlev.... 
J.Sinitleton... 

S. Arnull 

Fitspatrick 

J. Arnull 

Buckle 

Buckie 

Buckle 

FitzpHtrlck.... 

Saunders 

Buckle 

Buckle 

Cliit 


m. ■ 


Mr Douglas 

Ixl (irosvenor 

LdOrosvenor 

LdGroMvenor 

Mr Burton.. 


Match'em 

Herod 




Ceres 

Maid of the Oaks 
Stella 


Sweet William .. 
Herod 




1784 

ns.^ 

1786 
1787 
1 788 
1789 
1790 
17»1 
179SI 
1793 
1794 
17»'S 
1799 
17»7 
1798 
1799 
lUOO 
1801 
1802 
1«03 
1804 
1805 


Plunder 




Ld Clermont 

Kir F. Siandish 

Mr, Vernon 


Trifle 


Justice 




Perdiia filly 

Annette.... .... 

Nightshade 

Tag 

Hvppohta. ...... 

Portia A... 

Violante ».. 

Caelia 






Eclipse 




Ld Egremont 

Ld Egremont 

D of Bedford 

D of Bedford 

Ld Clermont 

D of Bedford 

M Derby 


Pot8oa 




Trentham 

Mercury 

VoluBieer 

Hifthflyer 

Volunteer 

Sir Peter 

Mercury 

Sir Peter 

Alexander 

Phrenomenon... 
Kockineham .... 
Woodpecker .... 

Whiskey 

Delpmi 




Hermione 

Platina 




M Rgremont 

Sir F. Standish 

Mr Duranil 




Parasote 

Nike 




Bellisnima 

Bellina 

Ephemera 

Eleanor 




LdGrosvenoT 

Ld Egremont 

SirC Bunbury 




Scotia 




SirT GaHCoigne.... 

D of Grafioa 

Ld Grostenor 

Mr Craven 


Theophania 

Pili«se 

Meteora 






Whiskey 




Buckle 

W.Kd wards... 
S. Cbifuey.... 
Clift 




Bionze 


Biizxard 




1807 
IS08 
1809 


Gen Gronvenor 

I) olGrafton 


Briseis 


Beniogbrough .. 
Sorcerer ........ 

Sorcerer 

Beninghreugh .. 

Sorcerer 

Dick Andrews... 
Waxy 




Morel 




Maid of Orleans . 
Oriana 


J. Moss 

Ch 1 MV ...... 

W, hVi.Hi.,,*.. 

Gi.lJ — ti..,».. 
BHi-UHrii .L»,.. 
T.tiiiDdiinp... 
S. i haue« .... 
Buiki.::.,... 

ButlhlH........ 

S. litiifiip*^.,.. 

J.HoUTli.on... 
H.l-ldwm^.... 

Bucil. 

Uobiaiijn...... 

S. l^htJn.j .,.. 
Lye. ..K,...,.. 

F. H.,vre,..:,. 

J.B. liity 

Dockernv 

G. Edwards ... 

J.B Day 

Conolly 

Lye 




iHlU 


Sir W.Gerard 

D of Rutland 

Mr Heweti 




1811 


Sorcery 




Manuella 

Mu..ic 




1813 
1814 
1815 


D of Graiton 

D of Rutland 

Dof GraJtcn 




Medora 


Selim 




Minuet 


Witxy 




Landscape 

Neva 


Rub-ns 




1817 
1818 
1819 
1320 


Mr Watson 


Cervantes....... 

Waxvr 

Scud 

Whalebone 

Woiul 




Mr I'ndy 






MrThonihill 

Ud Egnnnont.. 

Ld Exeter 


Shoveller 

Caroline 

Augusta 

Pastille 




1822 


Dof Grafton 

Dof Grafton 

LU Jerney 


Rubens 




Zinc 


Wof.il 




1824 


Cobweb 


Phantom 

The Fiver 

Interpreter...... 

Smo^ensko 

Selim 




18i5 


U«n Gruevenor 

Mr Forth 


Wmgs 

Lilias 




1827 
1828 
18tf9 


Dof Richmond 

Dof Grafton 

Ld Exeter 


Gulnare 




Turquoise 

Green Mantle... 

Variation 

Ozv^en ....... 




Sultan 




1830 


MrStonehewcr 

D of Graiton 

I A Exeter 


Bustard......... 




1831 


Emilius 




1881 


Gulata 


Sulian 




1H33 


Sir M.Wood 

Mr Cosby 


Vesiia 


Muley 




1884 


Puny 


Pollio 




1885 


Mr Mostyn 


Queen of Trumps 

MffsTetVy .*.'*!'.! 

Industry 

Deception 

Crucifix 

Ghuinee 

Our Nell 

Poison 


Velocipede 

Partisan 

Priam 




MrScou 

Mr Powlett 


ScoU 




1887 


J. Holmes .... 
Scott.. 




LdCliesterfield..... 
Mr Craven 


Priam 




1889 
1840 

1841 


Defence 


J.B.Day 

J.B. Day 

Scott 




Ld G. Bentinck 

Ld Wesitm«neter 

MrG Dawson 

Mr Ford 

Col Anson 


Priam 




Pantaloon 

Bran 




1848 
184'i 


Lye 




Plenipotentiary.. 
SUne 


F. Kutlcr 

P Butler 

H.Bell 

S. Dav 

Templeman ... 
Teinpleinan... 

F.Butler 

F, Builer 




1844 


The Princess.... 

Relrartion 

Mendicant 

Miami 




1845 
16411 


Dof Ricbmond 

Mr Gully 






Touchstone 

Venison 

Melbourne 

Don John 

Wimonian ...... 


a&4 

8 48 
2 S6 
8 56 


SirJ.Uawley 

MrH. UiU 

Ld Chesterfield 

MrUobson 




Cymba 


1849 
1840 


Lady Evelyn.... 
Rhedycina 



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THE GREAT ST. LEGER. 










v..| 


OWNKR. 


WiNirsa. 


Siaa. 


Stra 


St. 




RlDBB. 


Tusn. 


177« 

1777 


LdRmkingham.... 

MrSoiheron 

Sir T. Oascoigne. .. 

SS'-ISfc".:::::: 


Allabaculia 

Bourbon 

Holhindaise 

Tommy 

RuUr 


Sampson 

LeSaog 

Match'em 

Wildair 

Yoong Manke .. 

Goldfiader 

Alfred 

Highflyer 

Paymaster 

HiRhflyer 

Highflyer 

Tandem 


6 
IS 
16 
1& 

11 

9 

8 
IS 

5 
14 


10 

9 
16 
14 
88 
16 
19 
18 
15 
18 
14 
IS 

!? 

15 
83 
84 

87 
89 
41 
88 
51 
40 
68 
57 
50 
58 
59 
46 
58 
51 
SO 
78 
49 
78 
84 
77 
88 
9» 
90 
80 
97 
68 
86 
78 
75 
71 
67 
7* 
«0 
86 

107 

lis 

185 

138 
183 
108 
101 
149 
146 
188 
140 
05 


«7 
18 
88 
IS 
8S 
80 
87 
86 
19 
19 
88 
84 
17 
SO 
11 
11 
14 
18 
7 
14 

11 
11 
17 
8 

15 
IS 
8 
9 
10 

8 


8 


J. Singleton... 
Cade.? 


na. a. 


1778 
I77» 
1780 
1781 


Hearon 

S.1;?K:.~";. 

Poster 

Searle 

Hall 

Kirtoo 

Searle 

Mangle 

Manjie 

Manila 

Singleton 

Searle 

Jackson 

Mangl 

Peirse 

Jackson- 

?<»7- - 

Jackson 

ShepbOTd 

Jackson 

Field 

Buckia ....,^ 
Shepheid 

Smith. 




ColRadcliffb 

MrUoodricke 

SirJ.K.Kaye 

MrCoate 

Mr Hill 


Serina 




1788 
1788 
1784 
1784 
17*6 
1787 
17« 
1780 


Imperatrix 

Phoenomanon ... 

Omphale 

Cowslip 

Paracon 

Spadillc 

Young Flora.... 

tPewet 

Ambidexter 

Y. Traveller 




Ld A.Hamilton... 

Ld A. Hamilton 

Ld * "— "'-r. 

Ld i : 

Mr u....,.,Fu-.. 

Mr Uii.-h.ti.ifl 

Ld .^. li.iii,-,iirtiri .... 

Mr 11. II, Ml .,,.., 

Mr llni,;„,..,B 

Siir -i.i n-r 

Mun^^MM^ . ,,.... 

M ..Lr„ i:.- 

Sil I l.„^. .-nr.... 

Sir H 1 \ .r.r 

Mr v,,'.un...,. 

Mr^in,,|T>., .,► 

Ld 1 ^l.■■^lM.ML^...... 

Ld>u«iL,i,. re 

Ml Ml iNnll 




1790 
1791 
17»f 


Phssnomenon ... 
King Fergus.... 
Florliel....*.... 
Florisel 




1798 


Ninety-three'.... 
Ambrosio 




1794 
1795 
1796 
1797 
1/98 
1799 
1800 
1801 


King Fergus.... 




Symmetry 

Cockflgbter 

Chsmpion 

Qxilr... 


Delphini 

Orerlon 

Po(8o*s 

Bustard 

Benlngborougb . 

Pipator 

Don Quixote.... 
Shuttle 




1802 


Orville 




I8(i'd 


Sancho ; 




1804 


Buckle 

Jackson 

Carr 

Clift 

Smith 

Smith 

Clifl 

Smith 




1805 


Mr )U.iL*h 

Mr'i'iii,n ,- 


Stuveley 

FyWener 

Paulina 




IROfi 


Sir Peter 

Sir Peter 

Sir Peter 

Walnut 




I8O7 


Ld 1 ■■.!.-'t> nn 

D^ ■ : ^ n 

D of Hamilton 

Dof Leed 

Mr Gascoigne 

Mr Rob ............ 




1808 
1809 


Petronitu 

Asbion 




1810 
1811 


UcUvian 

Soothsayer 

Otteriogtou .... 

Altisidora 

William 

PilbodaPuta... 
The Duchess.... 
Ebor 


Stripling 

Sorcerrr 


SM 


1818 


Golompus 

Dick Andrews... 

Governor 

Haphazard 

Cardinal York .. 
Urville 


Johnson 

Jackson 

Smith 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Nicholson .... 
Johnson ...... 

Scott : 

Jackann 

Goodison..».. 
Smi1^ 


8 81 


18la 
18U 
1813 
1816 
I8I7 


MrWatt 

Dof Hamilton 

Sir W. Maxwell 

SirB.R. Graham... 
Mr Peirse . . 




iniR 




ReTeller 


Comus 

Oetavlan 

Walton 


8 15 


I8l9 
18^ 


Mr Ferguson 

Sir B. Smith 

MrT. u r,r.LlpfT ... 


Antonio 

SU Patrick 

Jack Spigot 

Theodore 

Jerry 

Memnon 

Tarrare 

Matilda 

The Colonel: 

Rowton 

Chorister 

Margmve 

Touchstone 

Queen of Trumps 
Klis 

Don5thn.*!.*.*'.*.* 
JCharlesXII.. 

Launcalot 

Satirist 


8 18 

8 86 


1821 
188;! 


Ardrossan 

WoAil 


SSf 


Mr WnM, 


Tramp 

Smolensko 

Whisker 

Catton 

Comus 

Whisker 

Oiseau 

PilbodaPnU... 

Lottery 

Muley'. 

Humph. Clinker 

Camel 

Velocipede 


Jg* 


iR?4 


Mr Gn-r'iigin! 

MrWui. 

LdScfc'th.rtm*;!!..... 
Mr Petri- 


18S5 


SCMJ *...... 


8 i8 


1886 
1887 


Nel-uTi .,,„.. 
Rol-iicuon.,.,.. 
Sc«,tl...^„... 


8 M 


1888 
1889 


MrPecre 

MrPe^r, 

MrBe.iTiN.i-.rth ... 

LdCl*wliirul 

MrGiOi? .....*.... 

MrWi 

Ld We»tuiia*U'i' .... 

Mr Moetvn 

LdLi<rhtieli 

MrOreville 




1880 
1881 
188)2 
1883 
1834 
1885 


Co«vmHv,.,„.. 
J. B. Lmy,.,.. 

RO!.,fl-<Ci.n..f + .. 

Darlin.:...,... 

Callii«„T 

Ly. . ,, 


SS8 
8SS 
880 


1886 


J.H- iHi- 

S. I>iiv, }un. .. 

SOHl-',., 

^}^ 

Scott. 

Lye. 

J.Marson .... 

H.Bell 

P. Butler 

Scott. 


880] 
3 88 


18S7 
1838 
1889 


Emilius 

Tramp or Way .. 

Voltaire 

Camel 


Lrfl Chesterfield 

.Major Yarburgh.... 

Ld Westminster 

Ld Westminster. . . . 

LdBglinton 

MrS.Wrather 

Mr E.J. Irwin 

Mr Watts • 


« 17 
8 85 

is 


18*1 


Pnntaloon 

Touchstone 


•I 


1848 


Blue Bonnet.... 

Nutwith 

Faugh -a-ballagh 
The Baron ..7r.. 
Sir Tatton Sykes 

VanTrorop 

Surplice.: 

The P. Dutchman 
§Voldg«ur 


1844 
1845 


Sir Hercules.... 
Irish Birdcatcher 

Melbourne 

Lanercost 

Touohrtone 

Bay Middleton.. 
Voltaire 


8 8ii 
8 M 


1846 


Mr W.Scott 

Ld Eglinton 


1847 


J.Marson 

Platman 

Marlow 


3 8# 


I848 


Ld Clifden 


8 Si' 


1849 


LdBglinton 

Ld Zetland 


ssi 

3 81 








SS4 



* This race was established in 1776, but did not rrceive iu nnme tmiil 1778. 
t D. of Hamilion'sc. by Laurel, out of Moorpout, ridden by Mangle, can 
baring been proved nirainst his i ider, the race was giren to Pewet. 
t After a dead beat with M r . Thomhlll's Euclid. 
§ After a dead heat with Mr. Mangan's Russboroogh. 

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THE TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES. 



T>AB 


Wnmrnm, 


Tbai 


TUTlRMBB. 


TlAB 


WlNHBB. 


Tbab 


WimiBB. 


1809 


Wiiard. 


1810 


Pindarrie. 


1881 




1841 


Ralph. 


1810 




ini 


Raginald. 


1888 


Afvbibald. 


1848 


Meteor. 


1811 


Trophoniiu. 


18IS 


PMtille. 


1888 


ClaarwaU. 


1843 


Cothcrrtone. 


181S 


CWTW. 


IMS 


Nieolo. 


1884 


Gleneoe. 


1844 


Ilie Ogly Buck 


18IS 




1884 


Sohabrlar. 


188» 


Ibrahim. 


1845 


Idas. ' 


18U 


OllTe. 


1825 


Enamel. 


1880 


BavMiddlaton 
Acnmet. 


1848 


SirTattonSjrkea. 


181ft 


TIgrU. 


18l« 


Derrite. 


1887 


1847 


.Conjrngbam. 


1818 


Nectiir. 


18S7 


Turcoman. 




Grer Momus. 


1848 


Flaioatcher. i 


1817 


Manfred. -_ 


1888 


Cadland. 


1889 


TbaCor«ir. 


1849 


Nunnykirk. 


1818 




1889 


Patron. 


1840 


Crucifix. 


1850 


PiUford. 


18 IB 


Antar. 


1880 


Augustaa. 













THE ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES 






Ybab 


WlXHBB. 


YbIb 


WimtBB. 


Vbab 


WlKHBB. 


Ybab 


WiNNBB. 


1814 


Charlotte. 


1888 


Ziac. 


1888 


Tarantella. 


1848 


Pirfhmnd, 


181» 


Br.f.bySelim.d. 


1884 


Cobweb. 


1884 


Mayday. 


1843 


EntnnpnrB* 




by Cewrlo-ii.. 


1815 


Tontine (w.o.) 


1835 


Presenre. 


1844 


S.>.fliA 




to Plover. 


1888 


Problem. 


1886 


Deetiny. 


1845 


Pi«-r,.t:. 


1818 


Rboda. C 


1887 


Arab. 


1887 


Chateau d'Ee- 


1846 


M.;..U:nM. 


1817 


Neva. 


1888 


Zo6. 




pAgne. 


1847 


Cloiiii-ciiillii. 


1818 


Corinne. 


I8W 


B. r. by Oodol- 


1888 




1848 


Can^.f.,1, 


1818 


Catgut. 




pbin-MouM. 


1888 


Cara. 


1849 


Th^ Moa. 


1888 


Rowena. , 


1880 


Charlotte Weet. 


1840 


Crudflx. 


1850 


P. t-r aUnb^ 


1881 


Zeal. 


1681 


Galantine. 


1841 


Potentia. 




Mx»-\'k, 


: 18SS 


Whiigig. 


1888 


Galata. 











CESAREWITCH STAKES. 



Ybab 


WlirifBB. t 


AOB. 


Wt. 


Ybab 


WlNNBB. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


18BB 
1B40 
1841 
1848 


Cruitkeen 

Clarion 

Iliona ...., 

Arcanus 


'7* 


•t. lb. 
8 « 
8 0* 

6 11 
5 4 

7 11 

8 Of 


1845 
1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
IS50 


The Baron 

Wit'e-end 

Cawrouch 

The Cur 


'1' 
8 

4 
6 
3 

4 


It. lb. . 

7 Pt 


1843 


QIauca 




1844 


Faugh.a.ballagh 









i Including tOlb extra. 







CAMBRIDGESHIRE 1 


STAKES. 






Y«AB 


WimiBB. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


Ybar 


WimfBB. 


Agb. 


Wt. 


1889 

1840 




yr.. 


. lb. 
7 10 


1845 
1848 
1847 
1848 
1840 
1850 


Alarm 


8 

8 

4 


•t. lb. 


Roaciue 


PriororSt.Margaret*a.... 
The Wid9w 




IMl 


Vnlcaa .. . . 




IMS 


Rahth 


Dacia 

Lanagrave.*.".*.*.*.*.".. ..*.*!*.*. 




1048 


SSt ..:;:..,.:...;.::...;: 


5 10 ' 


1844 


Evenui 


6 !!• 



•Cart, est 181b 



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THE GOODWOOD STAKES. 



A OS. Wt. Ybak 



1815 
18M 
1687 
1828 
18fid 
IWW 
18»1 
183S 

un 

1884 

1835 
18*(l 
1887 



Stumps 

titumpt 

MIm Craven 

Souvenir (walked over)... 

The AldennaB 

Aaron 

Conciliation 

Lucettn 

Lhtle Red Rover 

HoMb R«ut{hhc«d 

Olaueua 

.WallK 

Looirer 



aged 



at. lb. 

6 Id 
9 

7 « 

8 « 
8 9 

7 18 
« li 
» 

8 8 
7 7 
8 
7 8 
7 10 



Loatberbourg 

Barnacles , 

Orelia 

Orelia 

KevrieTer 

Lucy Banks... 
Francbise .... 

MwElis 

JonathHn Wild 
Hydrangen.... 
CliaQticleer ... 
Maid or Lyme. 
WtaMUM-bgratx 



t 



6 fl 

• 8» 

7 II 

y I 
« 

* 7 
4 7 
« 19 

8 «• 

6 1 
6 10> 



* iBoliMting alb ei m a. 







QOODWOOD CUP. 






Year 


WlKNER. 


Aoa.i Wt. 


Tkar 


XTiyiiBR. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


181S 


Shoestrings 


5 

4 

8 

8 

4 

4 

4 
agrd 
aged 

5 
8 
8 
5 


»t. Ih. 


1R86 
1837 

lis 

1840 
1841 
184^ 
1848 
1844 
1845 
1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 


Hon.*ea ' 


yrs. 

aged 


at. Xh. 

8 10 


1818 


Camerton 


Carew * ' ■ * * * 


8 1 


1814 


Uaoquo 






IBltf 






9 4 
8 $ 
8 18 


1885 


Cricketer 




1880 


Siumns (walked ovvr) 


Charles XU,'. 


I8S7 


Charles XJL<-.., 

Uyllus ... ' 


9 » 

a 7 

9 & 


18«8 


Miss Craven 


1889 


Fleur-de-lis 


Alice Ho wthotD 


1834) 


Fleur-de lis 


Mi«s ElJs 


7 Q 

7 4 
9 6 


1881 


Priam 




isas 


Friiun 


The Hrro 


1888 


Rubin!.. . ....'. 


VmiTromp 


9 ft 


1884 


Olencoe 




8 11 


1885 






9 7 









LIVERPOOL CUP. 



Ybak 


W|.VK««. 


Aon. 


Wt. 


y«AR 


WlirNBR. 


Aon. 


TVt. 


18t8 


Jupiter 


yr«. 

* 
8 


St. 'b. 
6 8 


1840 
11141 

>84)i 

1848 
1844 
1H45 
1H46 
18*7 
1848 
1849 
1850 


Sleigbt-of-band 

Orelia 

Vulcan 

Aristotle 

TheKra 

Loihario 


yrs. 

4 

5 

5 

4 

4 

5 

5 
aged 

4 
.8 

8 


St. lb. 

7 11 


lflt9 
1 1880 


Velocipede... 

Felt .r 




1881 


Halstnn 




' 1888 


Consol.... 




i888 

1884 


Chancellor 

Inheritor 




18B{> 


General Chass4 


Inheritress 




1880 


Birdlime 




1887 

1888 


Inheritor 

St. Bennett 


Bun-mot 




Windischgratz 




1889 


Charles XII 





MANCHESTER TRADE CUP. 



T«An 


Wimran. 


Aon. 


Wt. 


Yiab 


WufNsn. 


Agb. 


Wt. 


1884 
1885 
18m 


Giovanni 

Bed Rover 

Vestment 

The Carpenter 

Catherine 

Colchlcum'"'.*.'. *.*..'.*.! *.'.'.!i 


yrs. 
aged 


St. lb. 

8 18 

7 18 

8 

7 9 

8 7 
7 4 

« 1 

7 

7 7 


1848 
1844 
1845 
1840 
1847 
1848 
1849 
IB5Q 


AriOotlo .' 


yrs. 


•t. lb, 

7 W 

8 St 

7 18 
5 
7 £ 


Truebov.... 

Rest of Three 


1887 
1888 


The Slayer's D«ughlcr .... 
Shetnton 


1888 
1840 


Swiss Boy 

Sylvan. 


5 dt 

9 la 

7 « 


1841 
184«» 


Galaor 

TheYoung-nn (w.o.) 


Legerdemain 



• In coasequenoe of there being only •• a walk over," the Cup was not added, 
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185 





WINN|R8 


OF THE CrtEAT METROPOLITAN STAKES. 






Ybar 


WiMMBB. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


Tbab 


Winnbb. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


1848 


rhmiinu. ...... ..,.,..,,.. 


8 


Bt. lb. 

6 8 


1849 
1890 


Pfrnhill 

Backbiter 


jr.. 
5 


8t. lb. 

« IS* 


1847 


Clenn#t 


7 «• 


1848 


Glen Saddel 

















• Including 51b extra. 



GREAT YORKSHIRE HANDICAP (DONCASTER). 



Ybab 


Wimxkb. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


Ybar 


Winnbb. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


184t 


Galanthae 

Fompej , 


yra. 


•t. lb. 
5 IS 
8 7 
7 8 
5 
« 7 


1847 
1848 
1849 

leso 


Yardlejr 


yr«, 
aged 

8 
3 


at. lb. 
7 5 


1843 


MisaSarab 

MaplcTapley 


8 8 


1844 
1845 
1848 


Pomper....... 

MyM«?y.. 


5 1«* 

5 9t 



» Including 51b extra. 



f I Deluding 91b extra. 



DONCASTER CUP. 



YBAB 


Winnbb. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


Ykab 


Winnbb. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


1801 
180t 
1888 
18M 

1805 


ChMMB 

Alonso 

Sir Oliver 

Caleb Quotem 


yn. 


tt. lb. 
8 10 


18S0 
1S«7 
18S8 
1880 
1830 

inai 

188S 
1888 
1884 
1885 
1888 
1887 
1838 
1880 
1840 
1841 
184S 
1848 
1844 
I84ii 
1848 
1847 
1848. 
1840 
1850 


Pleor-delU- 

Mulatto 

Laurel , 

Voluire 

TheSaddler 

Gallopade 


yr«. 

aged 
«g*d 


at. lb. 
8 8 
8 a 

rs 

8 M 


1808 


Or. c. by Hambletonian— 1 

Faith' i 

Scud 


7 • 

8 8 


1807 


Mocki^am 

Tomboy 

Toucbttone 

Beeawing 

Don John 


s s 
a lo 


1808 
1808 
1810 


Laurel Leaf 

WbltenoM 


1811 
1818 
1818 


Grimalkin 

Slender Billy 

Vieconnt 


8 8 
7 *• 

IT 

9 


1814 
1815 


Tramv 

Cation , 


Beeawing 


1818 


Pilbodarntn 


Beeawing 


8 18 


1817 
1818 
181* 


Fulfoi^ 

""•P'^S 

Olbo 


Alice Hawthorn 

AIi«e Hawthorn 


8 9 
8 18 
7 
7 


1810 




the Hero 

War Eagle 


18X1 


Consul 


7 7 

8 12 


1BS8 




CbanitoJter 


18S8 






8 tff 


I8S4 


Mercutio 


VoWgeur.... 


7 7J 


1885 


Lottery 



* Inclnding 8Ib extra for winning the Leger. 

winning tl 



t Carried Sat 4lb. 
B Derby. 



t Including 71b extra for 



DONCASTER CHAMPAGNE STAKES. 



Y«AB 


Winnbb. 


Ybab 


Winnbb- 


Ybab 


Winnbb. 


Ybar 


Winnbb. 


1828 


Swiec 


1881 


Frnnceaea. 


1838 


Eliza. 


1845 




18B4 


Memnen. 


1882 


Br. c. by Muler 


1888 


Uuncelot. 


1848 


Van Tiomp. 


1825 


KingCatton. 




-Nancy. ' 


1840 


Kc'ee. . . 


1847 


Aaaault. 


1888 


Mnonabine. 


1838 


Cotillion. 


1841 


Aitila. 


1848 


Flying Dutch. " 


18«7 


The Colone 


1884 


Coriolanua. 


1842 


Bntiah Yeoman. 




roan. 


18S8 


Cant. 


1835 


Beeewing. 


lf48 


The Cure. 


1849 


Tbe Italian. 


I8S9 


Bud. 


1886 


.Tereed. 


1844 


Lancuhire Witch 


1880 


AphroUlut. 


1880 


Frederiea. 


1887 


Don John. 











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1^5 

NEWCASTLE CUP. 



_i_ 



17» 
1800 
1801 
180S 
•1808 
ISO* 
180S 
1806 
1807 

liioe 

1809 
(1810 
IBII 
18iS 
1818 
1814 
1818 
1818 
1817 
1818 
1818 
1880 
1881 
18«8 
1818 
1824 



Strtpling^ 

Suwarrow 

Sir .Solomon.... 
Sir Solomon. . . . 
Remembniuc«r 
Rempmbrancer, 

Marcia 

Streamer... -...< 

CardinalYork".' 
Cardinal Yoric . 
Tropbonhu....^ 

XYZ 

XYZ. ........ 

XYZ.......... 

XYZ .., 

Biddick........ 

Catton 

DIO ......... 

Agatba 

TheDucben ... 

Coneat ■ 

Gonsalvi 

Waverley 

Corimbian.... 
Corintbiaa .... 



aged 



aged 



Blue Beard.. « 

Plaur-deLis 

Sir Malachi Malasrowtber 

Robin Hood.... ^ 

Robin Hood 

G^wfoVr^T < , 

^tnlfmrtti ,,»,, 

Mnria.,. «,,...>........... 

ToinbDjr ..i..*, ■ -4. .•*•«..• 

Tom*rt>v. 

Miii«^ nlQ?{»cla,^. ..•.....•. 
hfv*^\viii;.., ....•....*..*. 

Effinwing.. , ,,. 

Br^iw in^...... 



Liin< rc'O*! .......... 

B^Pi^ ni^. ,. ., ...... 

B^t*l*LIliJ:. ••.. 

AlL-f lTa>vtl3Grn .... 
Wim-s-iur,^.....,.,. 

Tljtf UuTy iiTur. , ..... 
C tilt n Ik Lu-tf t <.,...,.. 
CTiftOll^leerH *«..... 



>ulk 



•Sed 



nORTHUMBKRLAND PLATE. 



Tbar 


WurtfjiE. 


AdB. 


Wt. 


YlliU WERlHin. 


Aqm 


Wt* 






ire. 


•t.lb. 






71^ 


m. Vk. 


1838 


Tomboy i... 






1848 


HMlington 


'V 


7 4 


MM 


Fanny 






1848 


M9s«*iro6per 




7 8 


1885 


Satan.... 






1844 


The Era. ,..,„.,.%..» 




ii 


1888 


SSg?l::::::::::::::::::: 






18i» 


Inheritren..........^ 




1887 






1848 


Dolo..... 




• i 




St.Bennntt 






1847 


Eryx..; „...,..«... 




e s» 


11889 


St. Bennett 






1848 


Cl^nUcleer ! 




a 8 


1840 


Hetman Platoff! 






1840 


John Coaaiert 




7 8 


1841 


c*iyp« 






18M 


EUbirou ; 




7 7 



* Including 8lb. extra. 



f Afterwards callad Hlppopotamua. 



GREAT YORKSHIRE STAKES. 



Y»Aa 


Wimfan. 


Ya4n 


WiinraR. 


Y.AK 


WiNim. 


Y«AB 


Witmun. 


1848 
1844 


PriMfighter. 
Joe Lovell. 


184a 

18M 


Miee Sarah, 
Poynton, 


1847 
184S 


Ellerdale. 
Maid oTMaiham 


1849 
1890 


JJigS'^- 



GREAT EBOR HANDICAP. 



Tbab 


WiNNBB. 


Ao«. 


Wt. 


Ybar 


WurwaB. 


ASB. 


Wt. 


1848 
1844 
1845 
18M 


oS?e^.*.'**.".'.\*!!.'!!.*.'i;.*.' 

Arthur ...*.*.'i".*.'.*.;.*;;;;::! 


8 
4 
4 


■t. lb. 

v. 

B Ul» 
8 8 


(847 
1848 
1849 
1850 


Mathematician 

Meaiix 

The Hero 

MarkTapley 


v.. 

4 
8 

8 


9t. lb. 

* 9 
7 •t 
9 4 
5 9 



« iMladiagClb 



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187 

ASCOT GOLD CUP. 



YsAli 


WixNca. 


A OB. 


Wt. 


Ybab 


WiNNBR. 


Aon. 


Wi. 


1807 
1U08 


Mnier Jitrlcejr 

Brighton (after a dead beat 
wfih Kptom) 


4 
4 
4 
5 
8 
4 
5 
5 
4 
4 
aced 

ft 

4 
4 
4 
5 


St. lb. 

6 1« 

8 S 

7 18 

8 S 
8 I« 
« 10 
R 8 
8 
8 12 
8 a 

8 S 
8 

9 3 
8 fl 
8 IS 
8 2 
8 S 
8 8 
8 12 


1816 
18«7 
I8e8 

lHi9 
1830 
1K31 
1H32 
1833 
1834 
1hU5 
18 W 

i«a7 

1838 
1839 
1840 
1841 
1R42 
1848 
1844 


Chateau Margaux 

Memoon 


J". 
8 


»t. lb. 




BobadilU 




1000 


Anderidn 

Loiterinr 


Zinganee 


J 810 


Liicctia ,..„.. 


7 13 


IBII 


Cctus 


I8i« 


FlH^^ 


Camarine 


1813 


GalRta 


18U 


Prank* 




I«I5 


Aladdin 

AnticipHtion 

Sir Richard 

Bi-lvilla 


Glencoe 




1UI6 


TouchHtone 




1817 
1818 


Touchstone 




1HI9 




C«rHvan 


1820 




Si. FrHHciB 

Lanerrest ... 




IHSl 


BAaker (walked orei) 

Sir lliiJi'brand 




18^ 


Beeawinir 




1823 


M«rrHlii. 


Ralph...' 




18$4 


The Emperor 


« 10 


iffii 


Uiiarra 



* Smallhope* came In first, but was diaqualifled, taia owner having omitted to make stakes. 
THE EMPEROR'S PLATE (ASCOT), 

in tieu of the Aieot QoU Cup. 



Ykah Winkkb. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


Y.AB 


WlirNBB. 


A OB, 


Wt. 


1845 
1848 


The Emperor 

Alarm 


yrs. 

4 
4 
4 


St. lb. 
8 ft 
8 ft 
8 d 


184A 
1849 
18jO 


The Hero 

Vnn Tromp 

Flving Diiichman , , , 


ft 

4 


St. lb. 

9 
9 


1847 


The Hera 


8 ft 













ASCOT STAKES. 






Ybah 


WiNNBB. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


Ybab 


WiinvBB. 


AoB. 


Wr. 


1839 
1840 


F. bv Mrxchant— Tnrqiioife 


'T 

8 

4 
8 

4 

6 


St. lb. 

f. ather 
ft 4 
7 11 
ft 10* 

6 6 

7 2 

8 1 
8 


1848 

1847 
1848 
1849 

isfto: 


r (First C1a«»)Akbnr 

I (Second Class) Petitionur 
Wood Pigeon 


J"- 


St. lb. 
8 2 
ft 7 

7 18 

8 ft 




Weltaie 


1842 


Vibration 


Vampyre 

Vnmpyre 


184*1 


Teetotaller.... . 


7 9 


1844 ' 


Johnny 


Wauota 


8 


1845 


f ( First Class'^ l.oibario ... 







* Carried Set 13lb. 



CHESTER CUP. 



Vkar 


WiNNBB. 


AOB. 


Wt. 


Ybab 


WiNNBR. 


AoB. 


Wt. 


1814 
18U 

18</ 
1818 


DogeorVralc* 

Hjmeitus 

Bruiandorr 

Grenadier 

pvids 


yrs. 

aced 

« 




1888 
IBM 
1840 

1841 
1848 
1843 
1844 

iu4a 

1848 
1847 
1848 
1848 
18ft0 


King Cole 

Cardinal Puff 

Der of Algiers 

Cruiskecn 

Alice Hawthorn 


yr. 

ft 

4 

ft 
8 

4 
4 
4 


9 8 
7 10 < 

7 9 , 

8 


1820 


Halston!^.*. 


Millepede 

Ked iJeer 


7 8 


1830 


Pelt 


4 


1881 
18i2 
1883 
1884 
ISSft 
18S0 


Independence 

Col wick 

Pickpocket 

TheCaidlnal 

Birdlime 




6 8 


Cornmna 

St. Lawienre 

P<'ep-o*-day Boy 

Malton 

Mounieer 


9 9* 

8 10 
8 8 


1887 


General Chaud 









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3. ELEMENTS of AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY and GEOLOGY. A New Edition, 
greatly enlarged, price 6s. 

4. On the USE of LIME in AGRICULTURE. Foolscap 8vo, price 6b. 

STABLE ECONOMY ; a Treatise on the Management of Horses. By John S riVAftT, 
V.S. Fourth Edition, foolscap 8vo, price 68 6d. 

ADVICE to PURCHASERS of HORSES. By John Stewart, V.S. A New Edition, 
price 2s. 6d. 

A MANUAL of PRACTICAL DRAINING. By Heitbt Stbphws, F.R.S.E., Author 
of *' The Book of the Farm." Third Edition, price 5b. With 63 Engravings on Woo<l. 

The CHEMISTRY of VEGETABLE and ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY. By Dr. G. J. 
Mulder ; with an Introduction and Notes, by Provsisob Johnston. In 6vo, with 
Twenty-two Plates, Coloured and Plain, price 30s. 

• PRACTICAL VENTILATION, as applied to Public, Domestic, and Agricultural 
Structures. By R. S. Burn, Engineer. Crown 8vo, price 6s. 

The FORESTER ; being Plain and Ptaetfcal DirecUons for the PlanUng, Rearinr, and 
General Management of Forest Trees. By James Brown, Forester, Arniston. Crown 
8vo, price 8s. 6d. 

An INTRODUCTION to METEOROLOGY ; wheroin the I^ws of that important 
Branch of Natural Science aro explained by numerous interesting Facts, methodically 
arranged and fkmiliarly described. By David P. Thomson, M.D. In 8vo, with numerous 
Illustrations, price 12s. 6d. 

AINSLIE'S TREATISE on LAND SURVEYING. A New and Enlarged Edition. 
Bv William Galrbaith, MA., F.R.A.S. In demy 8vo, price 21s.; with an Atlas of 
Tnirty-two Engravings on Steel. 

SIR HENRY STEWARTS PLANTER'S GUIDE, it New Edition, being the Third, 
•nlarged. with the Author's last Additions and Corrections. In 8vo, price 21s, cloth. 



William Blackwood and Sons, Bdinsurou. and London. 

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192 ADVXRTISEMBNTS* 

NEW WORK BY HABBY HIEOVER. 

Juflfc publiihed. In fbp. 8vo. with Two Plates. " The Right Sort " and " ITie Wrong Sotl" 
price bs, half-bound. 

q^HE HUNTING-FIELD. By Harey Hiboveb, Author of « The 
■*- Pocket and the Stud," " The Stud for Practical Purposes/' *' Practical Hoiseman- 
ship/' and " Suble Tdk and Table Talk." 

" Our friend Harry Hieover has produced another work which will be equally accept- 
able to the sportsmen of the present s(*ason. It is entitled TAtf HmHng Field, and, in 
plain and simple language, affords such instructions to the tyro as will enable him to take 
his place among men of high pretensions and long experience — with the certainty at least 
of not betraying an ignorance as dangerous as it is sometimes mortifying. The work is 
illustrated by engravings, and the mystery and art of * The Field ' is nleasantly and 
agreeably explained. * Tliose who run' may read,' says an old adage ; buttnose who hunt, 
we have no hesitation in saying, will derive much proAt from perusing these pages."— 
BeWtLi/elnLondoH. 

London : Lowomak, Bbown, Gbxek, and Lonom anr. 

Just published, a New Edition, with 10 Plates and several Diagrams, in imperial 8vo., 
price 10s. 6d. cloth, 

T'HE HORSE'S FOOT; and How to keep it Sound. By William 

Milks, Esq. Seventh Edition, enlarged, with an Appendix on Shoeing in general 
, and Hunters in particular, and a new Preface. 

*«* Tho Casts or Models of Shoes may be had, displayinff the kinds of Shoeing de« 
scribed in the work, one shod for general purposes, and me other with leather ; prwe 
38, each. 

I<ondon : Lokoman, Broww, Gbkkn, and Lokomavs. 

The HORSE. New Edition. Just published, in 8vo, price 8s., cloth, with a Supple- 
ment by W. C. Spooner, designed to advance the work to the present state of Veteri- 
nary Knowledge. 

T'HE HORSE; its History, Breeds, and Management. By WILLIAM 

•*• YOtJATT. The Supplement may be had separately, price Is, 6d. 
London : Robkbt Baldwin, Paternoster Row« 
Also, by the same Author, 
CATTLE : price 8». SHEEP : price 8». 

These three works, which are closely printed, comprehensively written, and Mg:hly 
illustrated, comprise every information which can be required on their respective subjects. 

J 1 

ACKERMANN'S METALLIC BETTING BOOK, for Entering 

•"■ Bets, on the MOST APPROVED PLAN, and oblong form;— as adopted at 
TATTERSALL'S, and all places of Sporting celebrity, with explanation. List of Races, 
Laws of Betting, and ticket pocket. In 'roan is. ; morocco St. ; morocco ornamented 4s. 
London : Ackkkmaitn and Co., 96, Strand ; R. Aokxbm ANN, 191, Regent-street ; and 
all Booksellers, Stationers, &c., in Town and Country. 

TyjOORE AND CO. continue to Lay thb Market Odds on all Races 
-*-'-■- AND Stkkplb Chasss durino THE SEASON, at the SPORTING REPOSITORY, 
CoRNRR of Wkst-strkbt, St. MabtinVlane. Monet paid the day after the fiace, 
between the hours of Ten and Two, and Three and Five. Country Commissions fUth- 
Ailly executed on the receipt of Cash or Post Office Orders. 

.,J5i2?JfE?« ^^^^^^♦^'''E'^ WINNERS.— Just Published, Splendid likenesses of 
VOLTIGEUR, with R Hill and Job Marson; ABD-EL-KADER, his Rider, W. C. 
SlSS^iiw^S ' T^ Portrait of Mb. T. Dawson and J. Arnold; also THE FLYING 
DUTUHMAN and Mablow. 21f. each. 



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THE HOBSE. 
'T'HE celebrated Author of Nimrod on Condition asserts that he never 

-*- had in his possession a horse that ever suifered from worms, went blind or broken- 
winded ; neither experienced lameness from thrushes^ cracked heelt, farcy ^ or huvMurs ; 
which he attributes mostly to the giving of such alterative or physic medicine evwy two 
months, so as to excite a sufficient discharge by the siting buvfelt, or kidneys, and thereby 
produce a regularity in the system. His gr«at practical experience shows the necessity 
of administering such medicines (particularly to horses in work) ; and to meet this 
desired ol»e<:t, no more prudent mecficine can be given than 

GIBTON'S WORM and CONDITION POWDERS, as a safe and certwn remedy for 
destroyinff all species of tpormf and removing and keeping back the abrme diseases. And 
particularly if given at this season, autumn, and in the spring, they will put the horse in 
fine oondition for the coming season, and give him additional strength and vigour, purify 
his blood, and add a fine gloss to his coating ; and may be administered witiiout making 
any alteration either in food or labour ; and as the horse will take these powdeis freely, 
the groom will have but little trouble in giving them. 

Sold in boxes, with the Purgative Ball, at 3s. M., with a Treatise. 

The Public are particulary requested to observe that the Signature of Robert N. Gibton 
is on each wrapper. Sole Wholesale Agent, W. Edwards, 67, St. Paul's, London, and by 
most respectable Chemists and BoukseUers. 



TJUNTING HORNS.— J. KOHLER, 35, Henrietta-street, Covent-Karden, 
•*•-■• begs to draw the attention of all true lovers of the chase to his very extensive 
STOCK OP HUNTING HORNS, which for fineness of tone and ease in blowing cannot 
be surpassed. 

J. K. also begs to return his very sincere thanks to the nobility and gentry who have 
kindly favoured him with tlieir patronage. 



gHAVING with PERFECT SECURITY against jCUTTING. 

** To sportsmen, yachters, and all who are obliged to make tlieir toilet when and bow 
they can, the Plantagenet Guard Razor must be an Inseparable companion."— iSuntiajf 
Times, 

With tlie extensively patronised PLANTAGENET GUARD RAZOR, shaving can 
be performed by the most inexperienced, aged, infirm, or paralysed persons, witiiout 
the possibility of cutting the skin, or the need of a candle or glass. This razor is in- 
valuable to passengers proceeding to sea, inasmuch as with it they can shave themselves 
in the most tempestuous weather. All irritation is removed by the simple adjustment 
of the guard, the teeth gliding over the skin, while the edge removes the beard without 
pain, instsntaneously and unconsciously. All warranted made of tlie best steel. 

C, STEWART and CO., Patentees, 22, Charingcross, London, who will forward 
(post free) descriptive particulars, prices, &c. — Also, 

STEWART and CO.'S PLANTAGENET STROP and RENOVATING CREAM, 
which imparts to the razor an edge of exquisite fineness. 

May be ordered of all cutlers, hairdressers, perfumers, and booksellers in the United 
Kingdom. Observe that each guard bears the stamped signature of C. Stewart and Co. 



TJUNTING.— W. H. BAILEY'S Suspension Bandages, admitted to be 

-"- ■*• the best now in use. Tlie number of accidents which have happened to Horsemen, 
from neglecting to wear one, is beyond conception. W. H. B.'s not only prevent serious 
consequences, but add much to the comfort of Horse exercise.— Price Is. 6tf.,Ss., and 5«» 
each. Gentlemen sending the size of tlieir waist may have one per post, for ^. extra, 
and TftSky remit Postage Stempa or Post Office order, payable to 

WILLIAM HUNTLY BAILEY» 418, Oxford Street, London. 

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ADVEBTISEMENTS. 



MALTON MEETING, 

APRIL 15th and 16th, 1851. 



STEWARDS: 

THE EARL OF AIRLIE. SIR CHARLES MONCK, BART. 

HENRY WILLOUGHBY, ESQ. 

Judge and Handicapper—MB^ R. Johmsoit. Cierk of the CovrM— Mb. J. Lxrin>. 



TUESDAY, APRIL 15th. 

The TWO-YEAR OLD STAKE of 10 wvs. each. h. ft., with SO aoTt. added ; for Two-year olds, ColU 
8at 71b, nnd Fillies 8fft Sib. Tbe Winoer to pay fire won. towards expenac*. Straight half«nnile. 

To cloMandnameon the Ittof Januarr, I851, to Messrs. Wei'*^ ........ .-. - 

Mr. R. Johiuon, York : or to tbe Cleric of the Course, Malton. 

The MALTON HAN DICAP uf 10 sovs. each. 8 ft, and only 3 if declared on or before tbe 1st of Maivh. 
with 100 SOTS, added. Tbe second to save his stake, and tbe w inner to pay 15 sovs. towards expenses- A 
winner of any Handicap value M) sovs. after the weights are declared, to carry 51b ; of two or more 
81b extra. Each entry to pay one sot. to go to the fund. Two miles. 

To close and name on tbe 1st of January, 1851, to Messrs. Weaiherby, London ; Mr. R. Johaaoa* York ; 
or to tbe Clerk of the CourMf Malton, and tbe weigbts to be declared on the 1st of February. 

PRESENT SUBSCRIBERS. 



LiJUn hTANLET 
LOHD JlJRLIt^ 
LORD OAKnItO,*S 
StU C. MflNCJi, EliTiT, 
£] ill:. S LI N G ^ n VMi A a-f . 
HON €l>Li)NKE. AINi«UN 
KOKl. P. LUVVLEY 
COLONKL THOMPSON 
A* JOHNSTONE 
T II. |'KDLt!T 
W.ALLEN 
JJiOSVLKS 

a. hahto^ 
joHw scorr 



C. PECK 

R.T. KINGSTON 

B. EDDISON 

R. HESSELT1NE 

THOMAS LISTER 

J. D. ROBSON 

T. DAWSON 

W. W. HARLAND 

R STEPHENSON 

WYNDHAM SMITH 

JOHN SILL 

T.HARRISON 

R. RICHARDS 

J. MILNKR 



P. f^T.DAKFB 
Jl ilN4»^6!OBidE 
R. UA|JKlS0N,J0Bt, 
T. s, «^,\MAN 
R. iSKlPiLtrnfWAlTi 
GFiiK<;M tiASnt'ELL 
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W. M. 1^ MILNE It 
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W.I ■A.N' SON 
J. SlXKi'MEUO 



The WELH AM CUP ; a handsome piece of Plate, valne 25 sovs., given by the Fund, added to aSweep- 
ttakes of 5 mvs. each, tax Horses not thorough-bred, that have never won Plate or Stake of any description 
before the day of naming, (matches excepted,) that have not been in any Public Trainlog Stable for six 
months previous to tlie dny of naming, and that have been rwularly hunted with any established pack of 
Fox-hounds during the season 1850—51. Certificates of which to be produced before starting. Four-year 
olds lost 1:21b ; five, list 9lh; six and aged. ISst. To be ridden by Gentlemen, Members of a RaciiEig or 
Fox-hunting Club, or by Farmers occupying not less than SOO acres of land, or their sons. One sov. 
entrance to go to the Ftmd. Two miles. 

To close and name on the Ist of March. 

N.U- Horses may be sent to any sUble to prepare for this Race AFTER the day of naming. 

The MAIDEN PLATE of U sovs., given by J. E. Dbnison, Esq., M.P. for the Borotu^, added to a 
SweepsUkes of 5 sovs. each, p.p., for Horses that never won Plate or Stnke of the value of 50 sovs. before 
the day of nuning. Three-year olds to carry est lOlb; four, 8st 51b; five, 9st; six and aged, 9Bt 41b. 
Mares and geldings allowed 3lb. One guinea entrance to go to tlie Fund. Heats : one mile and a-ltal£ 

To closA and name on Saturday, April IStb, by Six o'clock in the Evening, to tbe Clerk of the C«ane, 
at the New Globe Inn, Malton. 

WEDNESDAY. APRIL 16th. 

The C L ARET STA KE of 10 sovs. each. h. ft, with 80 sovs. added ; for Three-year olds, C^lts Sat Tib. 
and Fillies 8st 4lb. Ihe winner to pay five sovs. towards expem^es. One mile nnd a-half. 

To close and name on the Ist of January, 1851, to Messrs. Wealherby, London ; Mr. R. Johnson, York ; 
or to the Clerk of ihc Coune, Malton. 

The CONVIVIAL HANDICAP of 10 sovs. each, 6 fu, and only 8 if declared on or before the let of 
March, with SO sovs^ added. The second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10 bots. towards expenses. 
A winner of any Handicxp value 50 sovs., after the weights are declared, to carry 51b : of two or more, 
or of the Malton Handicap, 81b extra. Each entry to pay one tov. to go to the Fimd. One MUe. 
Twenty Subscribers or no engagement. 

To close and name on the Int of January, 1851, to Messrs. Weatherby, London ; Mr. R. Johnson, York ; 
or to the Clerk of the Couivr, Malton, and the weights to be pttbli^hed on the 1st of February. 

The TALLY-HO ! HANDICAP of 10 sovs. each, 5 ft., and only 8 if declared by the 80th of March, 
wiih 80 sovs. added, for Horses of all danominations. To be ridden by Gentlemen, qualified as for tbe 
Tally- Ho i Handicap at Cauerick. The winner to pav five sovs. to tbe Jud^e. One mile and a-half. 

To close aod name on ihu Ist of March, and the weights to be published on tbe 9th. 

The SPECU LATION PLATE of 85 «ov8 .given by J. W. Childbbs, Esq , M.P, for the Borough' added 
to a Sweepstakes of 5 novs. each. Tbe second to save his stake. Three year olds 8st; four, 9st 7lb • five 
lost ; six and aged. lOst alb. Mares and Geldings allowed 3lb. The winner to be sold for «iM. ; 'but if 
entered to be sold for 1501.. allowed 71b: forlOOi., i4lb: for 801., 181b ; for 5W.. 211b; and for 401., 88ih. 

to ao^rSe Fun^df "H«urone m^ "' '^'^P*"' *° «° *' ***' *'"'"^- ^ «"'"«• ~''"« 

at uTe N?; Slob^ I?i M^JS:*^'' "^^'^ '*^' ^^ ^'* **'^^°*^* ^ *• ^'«"°»' *» *»»• ^^^ °' *^« Course 



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DOXGASTER SPRING MEETING, 1851. THURSDAY, March 13. 
T^HE GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLE CHASE HANDICAP of 

"'' 15 sov. each, 10 ft- and only 5 if declared, &c. with 100 sov. added. A winner of 
100 sov. clear, afterrthe weights are published, once 71b, twice ISib. extra. The second to 
save his stake, and the winner to pay 20 sov. towards expenses. About three miles and a 
half. — To close and name on the 1st of January. 

The grand STAND STAKES of 5 sov. each, with 30 added, for two-year olds 7st and 
three 98t ; fillies and geldings allowed 31b. A winner once in 1850 or 1851 to carry 31b, 
twice 51b extra ; horses that have started twice in 1830, and never won, allowed 5lb. 
Red House in. — ^To dote and name on the 1st of January. 

FRIDAY, Mabch 14. 

The DONCASTER HANDICAP STARES of 10 sov. each, 5 ft. and only 3 if declared by 
the 14th of February, with 100 sov. added by the Innkeepers of Doncaster. A winner 
once after the weights are published to carry 41b, twice 71b extra. The second to save 
his stake, ^and the winner to pay 20 sov. towards expenses. St. Leger Course.— To 
close and name on tiie Ist of February, and the weights to be published on the 7th of 
February. 

The HOPEFUL STAKES of 5 sov. each, with 50 sov. added, for two>year old colts 8st 51b, 
fillies and geldings 8st lib; a winner before starting to carry 31b extra. Tlie winner to 
pay 10 sov. towards expenses. Straight run in, half a mile. To close and name on 
the 1st of January, but to be re-opened if less than 10 subscribers to the 1st of February. 

Full particulars of the Sheffield and Rotherham, Municipal, Optional Selling, Scurry, 
and other Stakes, together with the Northern Steeple Chase, will be announced in due 
time. Nominations for the above Stakes, which are subject to the usual Conditions of 
this Meeting, will be received by Mr. Bichabij Johnsox, of York, Clerk of the Course; or 
by Mr. George Hatfield, Hon. Secretary, Doncaster. 



JMPORTANT TO SPORTING GENTLEMEN. 

" Of all the luxuries which are attendant upon civilisation, there is not one greater 
than the attainment of easy shaving. Many attempts have been made to obtain com- 
fort in this desirable act of cleanliness, and many have been the failures ; tlio Ikult has 
generally been attributed to the razor, but to our mind, w^e believe the great cause of pain 
and uneasiness has generally resulted from the impure qualities of the soaps which are 
used, the astringent qualities of which affect the skin, and so distress the cuticle, that 
shaving is to many a positive nuisance. This discon\fort may now be entirely removed 
by the use of Pears's Transparent Shaving JSticks, which are composed of such a quality 
of soap as to make the morning toilette an aKreeable task. We have tried the article, 
and can recommend it as most pleasant and successful." — Belt's fFeekly Messenger, 

PEARS'S TRANSPARENT SHAVING STICK produces, with hot or cold water, an 
jnstantaneous, unctuous, and consistent lather, which softens the beard, and thereby 
xeridets the process of shaving more rapid, easy, and cleanly than the old mode. 

PEARS'S SHAVING STICK is formed from his Transparent Soap, which has a most 
agreeable fragrant odour, and iti firm consistence makes it more durable than any 
other soap. 

Price of Shaving Sticks, in cases. Is. and Is. 6d. each ; ditto of Transparent Soap 
square tablets. Is. each and upwards. 

Prepared and sold by F. PEARS, 91, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, three doors 
west of the British Museum, and by most respectable Perfumers and Chemists in town 
and country. 

Be sure to ask for PEARS'S SHAVING STICK. By pctt 4d. extra. 

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l96 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

IMPORTANT TO SPORTSMEN. T :> 

TJECKWITH and SON, Gun Makers to the Hon. East India Ck>mpany, 

*^ manafacturen of 8P0KTSM KN'S Doable nod Single GuQs. which, for workmanshi p 
and Shooting, cannot be surpassed. Also Donbie and Single Rifles made to shoot with 
the gcpatest accuracy. 

B. and Son make Guns, marked No. 2, which will be found on trial much better and 
cheafier than most secondhand Oans, and prevent the lots now so often sustained in 
(he pureliase of what are called second-hand Guns, but whiob at« really very oommoo 
ones, with London makers' names forged upon them. 

Also jGuns marked No. 3, perfeeUy safs, and made to ahoot w«U i suitable ftir the 
Colonies. 

Double and Single Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Swords, frc. for Exportation. 

All kinds of Implements for Sporlsmpn, Powder, Wadding, Caps, &c. &c. &c., at the 
Manufactory, 58, Skinner-street, SDOW-hill. London. 



WATERPROOF BOOTS FOR SPORTSMEN. 
(T} HOBY has pleasure in calling attention to his new leather for 

^-^* Waterproof Boots and Shoes, which, whilst perfectly impervious to wet, is softer 
and more pliable than ordinary leather, and of all thicknesses, fh>m a light boot to the 
thickest shooting boot. It is manufactured with a plain ftoe like common leath«Q-, or with 
a glased surface like patent leather ; it is especially recommended for HUNTI NG BOOTS ; 
and is only a trifling addition to the cost of ordinary boots or shoes. 

HOBY'S IMPERIAL BLACKING, which has no unpleasant smell, produces a polish 
equal to patent leather, in bottles U. 6d, each, or lis. per dosen. 

Also, 

HOBY'S EMOLLIENT WATERPROOF WAX, for waterprooflng boots and shoea made 
of tiie ordinary leather, in bottles, at &f . each. 

48, St. James's Street, London. 



OPORTING GENTLEMEN WILL FIND BUTLER'S TASTELESS 

^ SEI ULITZ POWDER, (in one bottle) a most useful and agreeable aperient or saline 
draught to allay fever or thirst. 

Sold at 2t, 6d. the bottle (which is enclosed in a case, and accompanied by a measure 
and spoon), by the Preparers, Butlkk & Hardino, Chemists, 4, Cheapside, corner uf 
St. Paul's, London ; Davenport & Co., 20, Waterloo-place, £dinbur]{h. 

*»• Be careflil to order «* Butler's " Tasteless Seidlita Powder. 



pEAL'S WATERPROOF LEATHER.— CAUTION, Attempts 

-^ having been made to introduce a spurious imitation of the above, but possessing 
none of its distinguiriiing properties— 

GENTLEMKN and SPORTSMEN are requested to take notice thatPEAL's WATER- 
PROOF LEATHER is not supplied under any circumstances to the trade ; and that boots 
of this leather can only be had of the Manufacturer, MATUA MEL PEAL, Duke Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London. 

TTOtt the HORSE.— BARROW'S GOLDEN OINTMENT of IODINE. 

■^ The most effectual remedy for splints, ringbones, sidebones, spavins, sore shins, 
curbs, relaxed sinews, thorou^^h pins, windgalls, enlarged knees, &c , in the horse. 
Warranted not to blemish, and can be applied during work. I^epared and sold at 
William and Richard Barrow's Veterinary Establishment, Newmarket ; and may he 
had at Mr. Thomas Ekin's, Grantham, Lincolnshire; also at William Jackson's, 
Chemist and Drujrgist, 93, Oheapside, London. In boxes at 2s. W., 4». 6d., and 7«., 
with full directions, and sent pest free. 



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ADVEBTISEMENTS. 197 

SMART'S INSTITUTION, 

5, PICCADILLY, 
REGENT'S CIRCUS, 

FOR TEACHING THE NEW SYSTEMS OF 

WRITING, &c. 



Persons of any Age, however bad their Writing, may, at a trifling outlay, 
m FBOM EiaHT TO TWELVE EAST LESSONS, 

acquire permanently an elegant and flowing style of Penmanship, adapted 
either to Mercantile pursuits or Private Correspondence. The numerous 
Testimonials received by Mr, SMART from his Pupils, during many 
years* experience, sufficiently prove his competency to impart a knowledge 
of the Systems, so speedily and so effectually, a8_to defy all competition. 

*< Under Mb. SMART, Fennumship has been Teduced to a Science, and the aoqtiudtion 
therefore, of what is called * a good nand/ rendered but the * labour of an hour I ' "-« 
F(dytechnic Journal. 

» We advise all bad writers to apply to Mr. SMART, who will speedily render them 
accomplished in the Caligraphic Science."— J^oentn^ Star, 

** Mb. SMART'S mode of teaching is a vast improvement upon any former system."— 
London Journal of Commerce, 

" We confidently introduce Mb. SMART'S system to the notice of the public, as caleu- 
lated to secure a ready and el^ant style of Penmanship."— Post Magazine. 

Fractional, Decunal, and Mental ARITHMETIC. BOOK-KEEPING 
by Single and Double Eutrv, as at present practised in the Government, 
Banking, and leading Mercnants' Offices. 

SHORT-HAND^ ^^ a few interesting Exercises, &c, &c. 

Pupils are received privately and taught, at any time, suiting their 
own convenience ; separate Rooms for Ladies^ to which Department, if 
preferred, Mrs. SMART will attend. Lessons, One Hour each. 

For Prospectuses, &c. apply to Mr. SMART, at the Institution, 5, 
Piccadilly, Regent's Circus, between the hours of Ten in the Moming 
and Nine at Night 



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198 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

DR. JOHNSON TAVERN AND HOTEL, 

BOLT COURT, FLEET STREET, LONDON. 



ISAAC G. BRYANT 

RESPECTFULLY begs leave to call the attention of 
Gentlemen and the Public to his 

TABUS D'HOTE, 

which takes place in the Coffee Room every Day from Five to Seven 
o'clock, consisting of the primest Joints, with Vegetables in Season, at 

ONE SHILLING AND SIXPENCE. 



WINES 

Of the most celebrated Vintage and character ; splendid 

MALT BEVERAGES, 

On Draaght or in Bottle. 
SPIRITS, 

Matured by age, and of the finest description, at the most moderate Scale 
of Charges, it being the ambition of L G. BRYANT to meet the times, 
and to secure a large return of patronage to this old-established and 
celebrated Hostelry. 



THE CONCERT ROOM, 

capable of accommodating 500 persons, is open FREE^ to all respectable 
parties every Evening at half-past Eight, and closes at Twelve precisely. 

THE CONCERT consists of Comic and Sentimental Songs, Glees, 
Madrigals, and Extemporaneous Versifications, by the most talented 
Artistes. 



Good Beds, and a Night Porter kept« 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. 199 



THE RACE GLASS, 

THOMAS HARRIS & SON, 

COMBINES THE GREATEST MAGNIFYING POWER WITH 

THE MOST EXTENSIVE RANGE OF VIEW. 

PRICE £4 108. WITH SLING CASE, 

SENT CARRIAGE FREE. 

ALSO, THE 
VMW UHVmi TBD TSXPZiB AOBROKATZC SACfi GZiASS. 

DEER STALKING AND GAMEKEEPERS* TELESCOPES. 
U* BEWARE OF INFERIOR IMITATIONS. 

THOMAS HARRIS & SON, 

OPTICIANS; 
141% OXFORD STREET, 

(Comer of Old Cavendish Street )y 
AND 

52, GREAT RUSSELL STREET, LONDON. 



{^ CAUTION.— Over the window of a person (once in our service) 
appear the words « 15 Years with HARRIS & SON," designedly 
for the purpose of causing mistakes. Recollect, T. H. & SON'S 
shop is No. 52 1 seven doors eastward therefrom, in the same 
street, and is directly facing the BRITISH MUSEUM entrance. 



(established 70 years.) 



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LONDON: 

^ated by Wii^uam Cmw^ki and Sons, 

SUmford Street. 



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