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Ld Exeter's b. f. Alice Wentworth
Mr Quin's br. c. Will o' the Wisp Ld Glasgow's ch. c. by Birdcatcher, out of
b. c. The British Lion Maid of Masham
Mr T. W. Redhead's b. c. Van Dunck — br. c. by Birdcatcher, out of Miss Baron Rothschild's b. c. Othello Whip
b. c. Missenden - b. c. by Orlando, out of Clarissa
b. c. by Melbourne, out of Daughter - br. g. by The Flying Dutchman, out of the Star of Barba
Mr Saxon's br. c. Tom Thumb Mr E. Garbutt's gr. c. by Flatcatcher, dam Ld J. Scott's b. c. Polmoodie The Saddler, out of Don John's dam
- br. f. Katherine Logie Capt Harcourt's br. c. Ellington
Mr John Scott's br. c. Mario Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Kalipyge
- b. c. The Result Mr Harrison's b. f. Imposture
- b. c. St. Domingo br. c. Pembedu
- b. c. Playman - ch. f. by Birdcatcher, out of Sacri - na. b. f. by Surplice, out of Marietta, fice
by Sheet Anchor b.f. Arabia (late Banana)
Mr W. R. Scott's br. c. Pollux Mr H. Hill's b. c. Rogerthorpe
Sir C. Slingsby's br. c. Vandermeulin ch. c. Stanhope, by The Hero
Mr Smith na. b. c. Gunstone Mr Robt. Holmes's b. c. Lundufoot
Mr W. Stebbing's ch c. by The Libel, out of Mr Howard's br. g. Ariel
Jet - b. c. Cheshunt
- br. c. San Francisco br. f. Music
- ch. f. Birthday Mr J. Hawdon's ch. c. Squire Watt
b. f. Kitty Mr Inman's br. c. Napoleon III.
br. c. by Flatcatcher, out of Datura Mr Jaques's ch. c. King Chat
br. c. Woodcock -ch. c. Jocular
b. c. The Duffer Mr A. Johnstone's br. c. Ulysses
- b. or br. c. The Cunning Bird br. c. The Bold Buccleugh
b. c. Ringdropper - b. c. Halleaths
gr. f. Jenny - br. g. Dramatist
br. c. Swyndel Dhyggha Mr Kimberley's b. c. Our Ben
br. f. Modesty Mr W. H. Knapton's br. c. The Flying Drike
b. c. Bubble Mr F. Knowles's br. c. Aleppo
b. c. The Quack Mr Jas. Lea's b. or br. g. Glen Lee
b. c. Pincher Ld Londesborough's bl. e. Kentucky
- b. c. Bondholder - ch. f. Ursuline
- b. or br. f. Tilly b. f. Fascination
- b. c. Diego Mr Lister's b. g. Cripple
- b. c. Joseph Ady Mr John Lund's b. c. The Steward
Mr Surtees's ch, c. Villiers Mr Merry's b. c. Sunshine
Mr Thomas's b. c. Kingsland Sir W. Milner's b. f. Eglantine
Mr Jas. Thompson's br. c. by Surplice, out of Sir J. B. Mill's b. f. Cerva
Lady Mary, by Vltaire Sir C. Monck's br. c. Visigoth (dead)
Mr Waller's b. c. e ne Ephesian ch.f. Hebe
Ir Jas. Walker's br. c. Disraeli Mr Morris's b. f. Carry
Ir Foster Walker's br. c. Van Galen Mr Newland's ch. g. Alastor
Ir Waters's b. c. The Roman Mr Osbaldeston's b. f. Lunelle
- b. c. Haunch of Venison Mr John Osborne's br. c. Alfred
b.f. The Fury - b. c. Night Hawk
Mr Way's br. c. Goldfinder Mr Payne's br. c. Bucolic
b. c. Emigrant Mr J. H. Peart's b. g. Barnum
Mr Willoughby Wood's b. or br. c. Van Braket Mr Plummer's br. c. Findon
Mr Wright's bl. c. Bro to Bird on the Wing Mr Powney's b. c. Granville
Ld Zetland's b. c. Tyrius The CORPORATION PLATE of 100 sovs., in specie, added to a Handicap of 10 sovs. each, h. ft.,
for all ages; the winner of any handicap amounting to 100 sovs., after the weights are published, 5lb., of two of that value, or one of 200 sovs., 8lb. extra; the owner of the second to receive 15 soys. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 10 sovs. to the Race Fund; T.Y.C. --35 subs. Yrs. st. lb. Yrs. st. lb./
Yrs. st. lbi
King of Scotland
W W WNNAWON ON
ACTA A WANNN
The PORTLAND PLATE of 200 sovs., in specie, added to a Handicap Stakes of 5 sovs, each, for
all ages; the winner of any race value 500 sovs., after the weights appear, to carry 71b. extra ; the owner of the second horse to receive 25 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 25 sovs, to the Race Fund: Red House in.--100 subs.
The weights to be published the Tuesday after Warwick.]
Ella . .
The Gipsy King
Peto . . . .
B. c. by Touchstone-Diph Pera. Frederick .
thong , .
Gay . . . .
Sprig of Shillelagh
Panmure. Miss Harkaway. . .3 | Br. c. by John Cosser
Hospitality Michaelmas Maid
Amber Witch .
Red White and Blue British Remedy.
3 The Little Cob . Tyrius . .
Lance, THURSDAY-The FOAL STAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts, 8st. 7lb..
fillies 8st. 3lb.; the winner of the St. Leger to carry 5lb. extra; each subscriber named two foals, one to the post; one mile and a half.-3 subs. Sir R. W. Bulkeley's br. c. Marco Polo
| Mr W. Disney's bl. or br. f. Lady Golightly br. c. Gortschakoff
Ld J. Scott's br. f. Katherine Logie Mr W. Disney's b. c. Artillery
b. c. Polmoodie SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 4lb.;
the winner of the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster, the July Stakes at Newmarket, the Ham Stakes at Goodwood, the Prince of Wales's Stakes, or the Gimcrack Stakes at York, to carry 7lb. extra ; the winner of any other sweepstakes value 200 sovs., including the winner's own stake, and not having less than ten subscribers, to carry 4lb. extra; the second to
receive 10 sovs. out of the stakes; T.Y.C.-28 subs. Mr Bell's ch. c. Charles O'Malley
| Mr Merry's ch. c. The Prophet Mr Bond's b. c. Gemma di Vergy
Mr Montague's b. c. Adamas Mr Capel's ch. c. Delos
b. f. Canary Ld Chesterfield's b. c. Schneider
Mr Morris's b. c. Decoy Bird Mr R. Chilton's br. c. Norton
br. c. Admiral Lyons Ld Clifden's br. f. by Surplice, out of The Rose Mr John Osborne's ch. f. Augury of Cashmere
Mr Pedley's ch. c. Comquot - br. c. by Surplice, out of Latitude Baron Rothschild's ch. c. The Western Power Mr Copperthwaite's b. c. The Sprig of Shille
b. c. by Iago, out of Evening Star. lagh
Mr Saxon's b. f. Queen Bess Mr Cunningham's b. c. Marmion
Mr J. M. Stanley's bk. c. Kingmaker Mr Howard's br. c. Rohallion
Mr Williams's gr. c. Captain Barclay Mr W. l'Anson's b. f. Blink Bonny
Mr Wilson's br. f. The Princess of Orange Mr Jackson's ch. c. Magnifier
Ld Wilton's b. c. Peeping Tom Mr W. King's b.c. by Burgundy, out of Peggy Ld Zetland's br. c. Skirmisher The SCARBOROUGH STAKES of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft.. for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies
8st..3lb., that never won a sweepstakes value 200 sovs., including the winner's own stake, before the day of naming; the winner of the Derby or St. Leger to carry 101b., of the 2,000
Guineas, the Gratwicke, or Great Yorkshire Stakes, 6lb. extra; the second horse in the Derby or St. Leger 4lb. extra; maiden horses at starting, and winners of matches only, never having received 100 sovs. for running second, including their own stake, allowed 5lb.; one mile.-4 subs. Ld Annesley's ch. c. Sugarplum
Mr Pedley's b. f. Bonner and Buxom Mr T. Parr's br. c. Fisherman
| Mr J. M. Stanley's br. g. Glen Lee
The CLEVELAND HANDICAP of 20 so'vs. each, h. ft., and 5 only if declared at same time as the Great Yorkshire Handicap, with 60 added; the winner of the Ebor Handicap, the Leamington Stakes, or the Great Yorkshire Handicap 7lb., of any two of those stakes 10lb. extra; the second to save his stake; one mile.”—27 subs., 15 of whom pay 5 sovs. forfeit. Yrs. st. lb. Yrs. st. lb. 1
Yrs. st. Ib. Courtenay . . 4 8 12 | Tyrius .'
'. • 3 7 10 Duet . . . 3 7 0 Ellermire . . 4 8 11 Flyaway.' .' .' 3 7 5 | Panmure* i . 3 7 0 Mary . . . 4 8 6 | Gaudy . . 3 7 3 | King Brian . . 3 6 12 Græculus Esuriens. 4 8 4 | Treacherý . . 4 7 3 | Miss Harkaway i3 6 7
HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 50 added, for two year olds; a winner
after the weights are out to carry 5lb. extra ; the owner of the second horse. to save his stake ; Red House in.-29 subs. .
· [The weights to be published on the Tuesday after the Warwick race week. Mr Higgs's Leo
| Mr G. S. Thompson's b. c. Codrington Mr Robinson's Dusty Miller
- Ondine Lady Malcolm
Mr J. Gilby's b. f. E Mr John Kelp's Six and Eightpencc
Mr Hughes's Daisy. Mr John Armstrong's Growler
Mr J. S. Douglas's br. c. Tinwald Mr Howard's Strawberry
Mr Drinkald's Black Tommy Mr Jackson's bl. f. Sneeze
Mr Wilson's b. f. Perea Nena Mr Dawson's b. f. Janet
Sir W. Booth's Fanfaronade Adm Harcourt's Wardermarske
Mr E. R. Clark's Yorkshireman (h. b.) Mr Dunn's b. c. Pontifical
Mr Elwes's The Vaulter Mr Sheriff's Rickledon
Mr J. G. Henderson's Logie o’ Buchan Mr Rudston Read's b. f. Skycutter
Ld Alglesey's b. f. Tricolor
Mr J. Dawson's Harrie
Mr J. Scott na. br. c. Derrick
The ECLINTON STAKES of 10 sovs, each. 5 ft., with 100 added, two year olds 6st. 101h.. thma 8st. 12lb. : fillies and geldings allowed 3lb. ; the winner of the 2000 gs. Stakes, the 1000 gs. Stakes, the Oaks, or the Great Yorkshire Stakes, to carry 5lb., of any two of those stakes, or of the Derby or Doncaster St. Leger, 71b. extra ; the winner in 1856 of the New Stakes or Two-year-old Triennial Stakes at Ascot, the July or Chesterfield Stakes at Newmarket. the Ham, Lavant, or Molecomb Stakes at Goodwood, the Prince of Wales's or Gimcrack. Stakes at York, the Champagne or 10 sovs. Two-year-old Stakes at Doncaster, to carry 5lb., of any two of those stakes, 7lb. extra; maiden horses at starting, if they have run twice, allowed 3lb., if thrice 5lb., if four times 71b.; the owner of the second horse to receive 20 SOVS. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 15 sovs. to the fund; T.Y.C.-60 subs. Yrs. 1 Yrs.
Bk. c. by Springy Jack-
Pasquinade . .
Ch. c. by Sleight of Hand-
Sister to Leaconfield . . . . .
Special License. Bird in Hand
2 Bel Esperanza.
Br. c. by John Cosser - Sprig of Shillelagh Lord Nelson
Red White and Blue
The Little Cob
. » Lee . .
FRIDAY.SWEEPSTAKES of 200 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies
8st. 21b.; the winner of the St. Leger to carry 71b. extra; the second horse to save his stake ;
St. Leger Course.—6 subs.
| Mr Howard's ch. c. Yellow Jack Mr Fenning's br. c. Prince of Orange
Mr Jas. Merry's ch. c. Voivode Ld Glasgow's br. c. San Francisco
Mrs Osbaldeston's b. f. Minié
w of the 32: c. bus b. c.
The DONCASTER STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 100 added, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b..
fillies 8st. 3lb.; the winner of the Derby or St. Leger to carry 10lb., the second for the St. Leger, or the winner of the 2000 gs. Stakes, the Oaks at Epsom, or the Great Yorkshire Stakes 5lb. extra ; the second to receive 50 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay
20 sovs. towards expenses; last mile and a half.--93 subs. Col Archdall's b. c. Rip Van Winkle
Sir C. Monck's ch. f. Hebe
Mr Morris's b. f. Carry
Mr F. Oldaker's b. c. by John Cosser, out of Mr Bowes's br. c. Fly-by-Night
The Jewess, by Jaques b. f. Victoria
Mr J. Osborne's b c. Night Hawk Mr W. H. Brook's ch. f. Manganese
br. c. Alfred Sir R. W. Bulkeley's br. c. Marco Polo
Mr Parker's br. c. Churton (dead) br. c. Gortschakott
Mr E. Parr's b. or br. f. Pario Mr E. R. Clark's b. c. Mark Foulis
Mr C. Peck's b. c. Lord Raglan Mr Coleman's b. c. Sir Tatton
Mr J. Powney's b. c. Granville Mr J. Cookson's ch. c. Voivode
Mr Redhead's b. c. Van Dunck br. c. Bird in Hand
Mr H. Robinson's br. c. Clarendon Mr Copeland's b. f. The Lune
- br. c. by Iago, out of Minx Ld Derby's b. c. Fazzoletto
- br. f. by Iago, out of Maria br. g. Assailant .
Baron Rothschild's b. c. Missenden br. f. Defamation
- b. c. by Melbourne, out of Daughter La Eglinton's b. c. Omer Pacha
of the Star - br. f. Mary Copp
Mr Saxon's br. c. Tom Thumb br. f. Oltenitza
b. or br. f. by Cotherstone, out of Mr W. Ettwall's b. c. The Danube
Barrel's dam Mr E. Gill's br. c. Hydropathist (dead)
Ld J. Scott's b. c. Polmoodie Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Orlando, out of Clarissa
b. c. Lord Derwentwater b. f. by Orlando, out of Brown Bess Mr J. Scott's br. c. Mario Mr W. Gulliver's b. c. Iluminator
- b. c. The Result Adml Harcourt's br. c. Ellington
b. c. St. Domingo Mr R. Harrison's ch. c. Brother to Mary
- b. c. Playman Aislabie
Mr J. B. Shepherd's b. c. Claude du Val Mr Harrison's br. f. Imposture
Mr J. M. Stanley's b. c. Porto Rico br. c. Pembedw
ch. f. Sugarcane - ch. f. by Birdcatcher, out of Sacrifice Mr W. Stebbing's b. or br. c. Cunning Bird . Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Kalipuge
br. c. Swyndel Dhygga b. f. Belfry
b. c. Pincher Mr Howard's c.' by Orlando, out of Treacle
b. c. Bubble (wrong nom:)
- br. c. San Francisco Mr Hutchinson's b. f. Calcutta
- b. c. The Quack Mr I'Anson's b. c. Bonnie Scotland
Mr Surtees' ch. c. Villiers Mr Inman's br. c. Napoleon III
Mr Thomas's b. c. Kingsland Mr Jepson's b. f. Calphurnia
Mr Walker's b. c. Disraeli Mr A. Johnson's br. g. Dramatist
Mr F. Walker's br. c. Van Galen - b. c. Halleaths
Mr Waller's b. c. Ephesian - br. f. Announcement
Mr Way's br. c. Goldfinder br. f. Spasms
---- br. f. Nugget Mr Jones's b. c. Brunswick
Mr Wentworth's bi, f. Sulpitia Mr Kimberley's b. c. Our Ben
Mr C. Winteringham's br. c. King of the Gipsies Mr Knapton's br. c. The Flying Duke
- b. c. by Gameboy, out of Lady I am Mr Knowles's br. c Aleppo
Off Mr H. Lister's b. g. Cripple
Mr W. Wood's b. or br. c. Van Brakel Mr Merry's b. c. Sunshine
Mr Wright's bl. c. Brother to Bird on the Wing Sir C. Mönck's br. Č. Visigoth (dead)* (Ld Zetland's b. c. Tyrius, The Don STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., and fillies 8st. 4lb.;
last mile.-9 subs. Mr W. S. S. Crawfurd's b. c. West Langton Sir C. Monck's ch. f. Hebe Mr G. W. Fitzwilliam's b. c. Wentworth
Mr Morris's b. c. Artillery Adml 0. V. Harcourt's br. c. Ellington
Mr J. M. Stanley's b. f. Oltenitza Mr Howard's b. f. Queen's Head
Ld Zetland's br. f. Zeta Mr J. Merry's b. c. Polmoodie The PARK HILL STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year old fillies, 8st. 71b. each; the
winner of the St. Leger to carry 91b., of the Oaks 5lb. extra; the winner to pay 30 sovs.
towards expenses, and the second to receive 100 sovs. out of the stakes; St. Leger Course.
--28 subs. Ld Ailesbury's b. f. Intimidation
| Adml Harcourt's b. f. Agra Count Batthyany's bl. f. Coal-black Rose
Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Belfry Mr Bowes's b. f. Victoria
b. f. Kalipuge Mr Brown's ch. f. Glendonna
Mr H. Hill's ch. f. Mincepie Mr Capel's br. f. Duet
Mr Howard's ch. f. Pyrrha Ld Chesterfield's b. f. Donna Nena Pereira
b. f. Queen's Head Mr W. Cookson's br. f. Secret
Capt Lane's b. f. Purneah b. f. Glissade
Mr J. Merry's b. f. Heart of Oak
Sir C. Monck's ch. f. Hebe
b. f. Minié
Mr F. Villiers ns. ch. f. Melissa - br. f. by Gameboy, out of Physalis Mr Wentworth's bl. f. Sulpitia Mr W. Græme's b. f. Blue Mantle
I Col Westenra's br. f. Uzella
PONTEFRACT. MONDAY, Sept. 22.—The GREAT WEST RIDING HANDICAP of 5 sovs. each, with 100 added,
for all ages; once round (about two miles); 20 subs.
. . . 3 Lady Tatton .
Springy Johnny (late
6 De Ginkel. Fisherman.
Saraband . .
. 4 Midsummer . . . 5 The SAPLING HANDICAP of 5 sov, each, with 50 added, for two year olds ; from the Wood End
(three-quarters of a mile) ; 16 subs. Mr Allenby's b. f. Evelyn
Mr J. G. Henderson's br. c. Logie o' Buchan Mr Bennett's b. c. Peto
Mr Higgins's b. c. Leo Mr Chilton's b. c. Norton
Mr J. Osborne's b. c. Mongrel Col Crawford's ch. c. Redcar
b. f. Walhalla Mr Dobson's gr. c. Riseber
Mr H. Muscroft ns. ch. c. Brompton Mr Dunn's b. c. Pontifical
Mr Ridley's br. c. Brother to Preston Mr Elwes's The Vaulter
Mr J. Scott's b. c. Laird o' the Dale Mr Gibson's br. c. Tom Newcombe
Mr R. Wilson's ch. c. Bonnie Doon TUESDAY.-The BOROUGH MEMBERS' CUP of 100 sovs., added to a Handicap of 5 sovs. each ;
one mile and a half ; 22 subs. Yrs. 1 Yrs.
Yrs. Bolton . . . . 4 The Martlet
Lady Tatton . .
. 3 Alma. . Scotchman. . The STAND HANDICAP PLATE of 40 sovs., for three year olds and upwards; one mile and a
quarter ; 16 subs.
.aged Hanover .
| Midhope . Spinster . Courtenay.
Glautias . . . . 3 King Brian
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LANARK. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 24.--The LANARKSHIRE HANDICAP of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., and 3 only if
declared, with 60 added; the winner of any handicap of the value of 100 sovs. subsequent to the publication of the weights 5lb., of two 71b., of three or more 9lb, extra ; one mile and a half. -11 subs., 5 of whom declared. Yrs. st. lb. Yrs. st. lbzench. b.).
Yrs. st. lb. Saucebox . . 4 8 10 | Phoenix . . . 5 7 10 | Leda (h. b.). . aged 6
0 Prince Plausible. 4 8 0 | Freddy . . 4 7 2 | Early Morn. . 3 6 0