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The Saturday Mile Selling Handicap of 5 sov. each for starters, with !50 sov, added; the winner to be sold by auction for 100 sov.; entrance 3 sov.; one mile (13 subs.2071.) Mr R. Howett's Incendiary, by King Lud, 6 yrs, 78t 10lb

· G. Barrett 1 Mr W. Brechin's Wolseley, 4 yrs, 8st 5lb

Platt 2 Mr A. Cooper's Lowland Duke, 5 yrs, 8st 12lb F. Archer Mr J. Martin's Jovial, 3 yrs, 7st 31b

Tomlinson 4 Sir F. Johnstone's Condor II, 5 yrs, 9st C. Wood Mr H. Lancaster's Yorkshire Lad, 5 yrs, 8st 121b Griffiths Mr S. Platt's Yorkist, 4 yrs, 8st 7lb · Bruckshaw Mr C. J. Merry's Pelerine, 4 yrs, &st 7lb -Morgan Mr W. Wright's Siward, aged, 7st 7īb

Luke Mr W. R. Marshall's Danube, 6 yrs, 7st 31b J. Woodburn Mr P. H. Cooper's Harebell II, 3 yrs, 7st 31b- A. White Mr T. Green's The Echo, 3 yrs, 7st

Thornton Mr S. Coleman's Star Chamber, 5 yrs, 7st G. Woodburn 5 to 2 agst Lowland Duke, 5 to 1 agst Condor II, 6 to 1

agst Harebell II, and 8 to 1 each agst Yorkshire Lad and Incendiary. Won by a length, a head between the second and third, and two lengths between the third and fourth.-The winner was sold to Mr Childwick for

250gs, and Mr Platt claimed Yorkshire Lad. The Eglinton Nursery Handicap of 10 sov. each, with 200 sov. added, for two yrs old; entrance 3gs; six furlongs (17 subs.—3561. 178.) Mr A. Taylor's Corraborree, by Playfair, 7st 1ib Gallon 1 Sir F. Johnstone's Prince William, 9st 21b C. Wood 2 Mr J. G. Hodgson's ch. f. by Rosebery, out of Sarcasm, 6st 13fb

F. Barrett 3 Ld March's Lucidus, 7st 4fb

G. Barrett 4 Mr Townley-Parker's Fair Recluse, 7st 9ib Rawlinson Mr Townley-Parker's Hammoon, 7st 8ib- S. Loates Mr C. J. Blake's b. or br. f. by Umpire, out of Lady of the Lake, 7st 41b

Sanders Mr C. Thornbey's Darlington, 6st 12fb

Thornton Mr W. Burton's Vicugna, 6st 10lb

· Luke Mr J. Johnstone's Leafield, 6st

Martin 7 to 4 agst Prince William, 9 to 4 agst Lucidus, 7 to 1

agst Corraborree, 10 to i agst the Sarcasm tilly, and 12 to 1 agst Leafield. Won by a length, three lengths be. tween the second and third, and a head between the third and fourth.--Mr Townley-Parker declared to win with Hammoon.

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The Manchester November Handicap of 20 sov. each, 10 ft. with 1000 SOV. added; winners extra; the second received 50 sov. out of the stakes; entrance 5 sov.; Cap Course, about one mile and three-quarters (15 sabs.—12151.) Sir F. Johnstone's Corrie Roy, by Galopin, 5 yrs, Ist 101b

C. Wood 1 Mr R. Howett's Robertson, 3 yrs, 6st

F. Barrett 2 Mr A. Victor's Donald, 5 yrs, 8st

Rawlinson 3 Mr W. Sadler's Sophist, 4 yrs, 6st 1016 G. Woodburn 4 Mr R. Peck’s Hackness, 5 yrs, 8st sib F. Archer Sir F. Johnstone's Keir, 3 yrs, 8st 4ib (incl. 10fb extra)

G. Barrett Mr J. B. Leigh's Goggles, 5 yrs, 8st 3ih

Noon Ld Rosebery's Vista, 4 yrs, 786 510.

S. Loates Ld Zetland's McMahon, 3 yrs, 7st 3ib

A. White Ld Cawdor's Witchcraft, 3 yrs, 6st 10lb

Luke Ld Ellesmere's Lizzie, 3 yrs, 6st 7lb 3

Lissmore Mr W. Sanderson's Mermaiden, 4 yrs, 68t 7ib J.Woodburn Mr R. C. Cook's Champion, 4 yrs, 6st 5lb

Wall Mr J. G. Muir's Ivanhoe, 3 yrs, 6st 31b

-Martin 4 to 1 each agst Corrie Roy and Hackness, 100 to 15 each

agst Vista and Witchcraft, 7 to 1 agst Ivanhoe, 10 to 1 agst Keir, 11 to 1 each agst Donald and McMahon, 14 to i agst Mermaiden, 25 to 1 agst Lizzie, 33 to 1 agst Goggles, and 40 to 1 agst Robertson. Won by a head, foar lengths between the second and third, and a neck be

tween the third and fourth. A Selling Nursery Handicap Plate of 100gs, for two yrs old; the winner to be sold by auction for 50 sov.; entrance 3 sov.; five furlongs (1021.) Mr W. Stevenson's Tea Rose, by Pic-nic, 6st 9īð Goodway 1 Mr J. Drislane's Jane Shore, 8st iib

J. Ridley 2 Mr W. P. Greenall’s Carmen, 8st 91b - F. Archer 3 Mr C. H. Jackson's Waxlight, 8st -J. Woodburn Mr J. Ryan's Wild Flower, 7st 11th

Martin Sir F. Johnstone's b. f. by Exminster, out of Forest Queen, 7st 91b

G. Barrett Mr J. Martin's Euphrosyne, 7st 5lb

Tomlinson Mr T. Cannon's Valtz, 7st 3th

S. Loates Mr A. Gaunt's Dustman, 6st 1310

Finley
Mr P. H. Taylor's b. f. by Strathconan, out of Miss
Grimston, 6st 101b

Luke
Mr W. Gilbert's ch. c. by Cucumber, out of
Claretto, 6st 9 lb

F. Barrett
Mr W. Palmer's Madame Neruda, 6st 91b G. Woodburn
Mr J. Dickinson's Good Thing, 6st 9tb

Wall Mr C. Hibbert's Pistole, 6st stb (car. 6st gib) A. White

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9 to 2 agst the Claretto filly, 6 to 1 each agst Carmen and

Euphrosyne, 8 to 1 each agst Wild Flower and Madame Neruda, and 10 to 1 each agst Jane Shore, Tea Rose, and Pistole. Won easily by a neck, a length between the

second and third. The Winding-up Welter Handicap of 5 soy, each for starters, with 100 soy. added; entrance 3 sov.; seven furlongs (12 subs.—1521.) Mr R. C. Vyner's Fraga, by Camballo, 3 yrs, 9st 2th Platt i Mr R. Howett's Gisela, 3 yrs, 8st 6ib

Lemaire Mr Bowes’s Riep Van Winkel, 3 yrs, 8st 51b Main 3 Mr R. Peck's Friar Rush, aged, lost 510 C. Loates 4 Mr Townley-Parker's Linnæus, 5 yrs, 10st 12lb G.Barrett Mr J. Hope's Lady Adelaide, 3 yrs, 10st 61b - Tomlinson Mr W. Sadler's Stump Orator, 4 yrs, 10st 4ib Snowden Mr C. Hibbert's Angevin, 4 yrs, 10st

A. Giles MrJ. Miller's Cirrus, 3 yrs, 9st 2ið

J, Osborne Mr Childwick's Greenore, 5 yrs, 9st 2ið F. Archer Mr W. H. Shaw's Craigleigh, 3 yrs, 9st 2lb Watts Mr W.F. Clavering's The Traveller, 3 yrs, 8st 7lb G. Bell Sir F. Johnstone's Lovely, 3 yrs, 10st 41b (C. Wood), was

weighed for, and the number put up, bgt as the filly was found to have been entered with the wrong age, she did

not run, 5 to 4 on Greenore, 11 to 2 agst Fraga, 8 to 1 each agst Friar

Rush and Stump Orator, 10 to 1 each agst Linnæus and Gisela, 12 to 1 agst Angevin, and 14 to 1 agst Cirrus. Won in a canter by two lengths, a head between the second and third, and a neck between the third and fourth,

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The amounts in the following list are calculated upon the

principle established in Rule 11 (iii), of the Rules of

Racing. In cases of compromise without a race, the horse that walks

over has been reckoned as the winner of the whole prize; and in cases of dividing after a dead heat; each horse is reckoned the winner of the whole prize, according to Rule 36 (iv.)

(M. for meeting, h. for handicap, m. for match.)

Yrs old,

No. of GOT BY ADVENTURER.

Prizes 2 Borneo, Mr Jardine's, 3961. 178. at Pontefract 6 Forager, Mr Morbey's, 103 at Shrewsbury

1 3 Grenville, Mr J. Osborne's, 151 (h.) at Thirsk

1 3 Harper, Mr Jardine's, 105 (h.) at Liverpool 2 Br. f. out of Lady Nyassa, Mr Jardine's, 200 (h.) at

Edinburgh, and 150 (h.) at Liverpool
5 Ishmael, Mr Jardine's, 810 (h.) and 630 (h.) at Ascot,

295 (h.) at Newcastle, the Queen's Plates at Car-
lisle, Richmond, Leicester, Doncaster, Caledonian

Hunt, and Edinburgh, and 177 at Edinburgh 10 3 Muriella, Mr Jardine's, 130 (h.) at Caledonian Hunt, and 276l. 178. and 147 at Liverpool

3 ALBERT VICTOR. 4 Alban, Mr John Charlton's, 477 (h.) at Manchester,

197 (h.) at Kempton Park, and 2811. 178. (b.) at
Lincoln

3 Alice Mary, Mr Kruckenberg's, 139 (h.) at Manchester

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5 Amy Melville, Mr Cumberland's, 267 (h.) at New

market July M., and 392 (h.) at the First Oct. M. 2 2 Conical, Mr Cumberland's, 1741. 158. at Alexandra

Park, 200 (m.) at Newmarket Second Oct. M., and
200 (m.) at the Ho. M.

3 5 Donald, Mr A. Victor's, 1441. 158. (h.) at Sandown Park

Sept. M., 192 (h.) at Four Oaks Park, 111 (h.) at

Sandown Park Aut. M., and 527 (h.) at Shrewsbury 4 3 Gaiety, Mr Silvester's, 105 (h.) at Kempton Park 4 Gaydene, Mr H. Wood's, 224 (h.) at Shrewsbury 3 Grayling, Mr W. G. Stevens's, 117 (h.) at Four Oaks Park

1 2 Light Heart, Mr Craven's, 280 at Newmarket July

M., and 227 (h.) at the Ho. M.
3 Little Charlie, Mr Peck's, 100 (h.) at Alexandra Park,

117 (h.) at Newmarket Cra. M., 217 (h.) at Windsor
Spr. M., 166 (h.) at Four Oaks Park, and Ld W.

Beresford's, 2261. 178. (h.) at Windsor Sum. M. 5 4 Longfellow, Mr F. R. Hunt's, 100 at Salisbury; Mr

Ă. Cooper's, 138 (h.) at Epsom; Mr W. A.
Bollin's, 102 (h.) at Windsor, and 1941. 158. at
Derby

4 3 Merry Prince, Mr H. B. Craig's, 137 at Newmarket

First Spr. M., 155 (h.) at Paisley, and 1461. 178.

(h.) at Derby 2 Queen's Counsei, Mr H. T. Barclay's, 175 at Kemp

ton Park 5 Royal Prince, Mr Tidy's, 170 (h.) at Salisbury,

and 385l. 178. (h.) and 2261. 178. at Leicester 4 Sirius, Mr R. Peck's, 1011. 178. at Brighton, and Mr

Kruckenberg's, 147 at Lewes 3 Sparkler, Mr Leader's, 100 (h.) at Liverpool, 102 (b.) at Kempton Park, and 120 (h.) at Leicester

ALTYRE.
2 Dustman, Mr Brymer's, 100 at Alexandra Park
2 Mother Goose, Mr Bambridge's, 100 at Alexandra

Park; Mr T. Stevens, jun.'s, 100 at Croydon, and
100 at Warwick

3 ALVAREZ. 3 Lovely, Sir F. Johnstone's, 190 at Newmarket Cra. M., and 2250 at Ascot

ANDRED. 6 Captain Blue, Mr Louden's, 102 (h.) at Paisley, and

117 at Ayr 4 Glasgow, Mr Lowther's, 170 (h.) at Bibury Club 1

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