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ECLIPSE SPORTING AND MILITARY GALLERY,

191, REGENT STREET. R. ACKERMANN begs to acquaint the Nobility that he has lately published the following

INDIAN BATTLES, From Paintings by HENRY MARTENS, superintended by experienced Officers, highly Coloured from the Original Paintings, viz. :

THE BATTLE OF FEROZESHAH. Representing a Charge of the Third Light Dragoons. Price lis., or Mounted and

Varnished in ACKERMANN's style, £1.2s. 60.

THE BATTLE OF ALIWAL. ing the Charge of the Sixteenth Lancers. Price 21s., or Mounted and Varnished,

£1.lls. 6d. THE BATTLE OF SOBRA O N. Representing Her Majesty's Thirty.first, Fiftieth, and the Indian Regiment entering the

Trenches, and Driving the Seikhs over the Sutlez.

Price 218., or 31s. Ed. Mounted and Varnished.

THE BATTLE OF MOOD KE E. Representing the Charge of the Thirty-first and other Regiments in a Wood, and Capturing

Eighteen Pieces of Cannon. Price 21s., or 31s. 6d. Mounted and Varnished. THE NIGHT BIVOUAC OF THE BRITISH INDIAN ARMY

AT FEROZESHAH. With Portraits of Lords HARDINGE and Gough planning the Attack of the next day.

Price 21s., or 31s. 60. Mounted and Varnished. THE BATTLE OF FEROZESHAH, THE SECOND DAY. Representing the whole of the Army advancing to the Attack, driving the Seiklis from the

Field, and Capturing the whole of their Cannon and Baggage.

Price 21s., or 31s. 6d. Mounted and Varnished

THE BATTLE OF CHILLIANWALLAH. Representing the Cavalry Charge of Her Majesty's Third Light Dragoons, headed by the

gallant Captain UNETT, defeating a body of Seikh Cavalry,

Price 21s., or 31s. 6d, Mounted and Varnished.

THE BATTLE OF GOOJURAT.
Representing General GILBERT's Division and the Artillery in Action.

Price 21s., or 31s. 6d. Mounted and Varnished.
CHARGE OF HER MAJESTY'S 14th LIGHT DRAGOONS

AT THE BATTLE OF RAMNUGGER, NOV. 22, 1848. Dedicated to the Officers of the Regiment and their Brave Companions in Arms.

Price 21s. highly Coloured.

THE STORMING OF MOOLTAN. Representing Her Majesty's Regiments and Native Troops entering the Breach, led by the gallant Captain Leith, of the Bombay Fusileers, and serjeant BENNET planting the Union Jack on the Walls. Price 21s. highly Coloured.

Now publishing,

THE BATTLES OF THE CAPE. Price 21s. Coloured, from Drawings by Capt. CAREY, of the Cape Mounted Rifles, viz. :THE STORMING OF FORT ARMSTRONG,

And the
CONFERENCE BETWEEN THE LIEUT.-GOV., COL. HARE,
AND THE KAFFIR CHIEF SANDILLA.

To be continued.
Also Thirty-three COSTUMES OF THE INDIAN ARMY, from Drawings by

HENRY MARTENS. Price is, each, Coloured.
And the COSTUMES OF THE BRITISH ARMY. Price is. There are 46 published.

To which will be added, as approved by the Committee,
THE NEW METROPOLITAN RIFLE CLUB. Price 5s.

MESSRS. FORES'S PUBLICATIONS.
FORES'S HUNTING SCENES,

Price 12s. each, coloured.
Plate 1. THE FIRST INTRODUCTION TO HOUNDS. 2. RENEWAL OF
ACQUAINTANCE WITH HOUNDS. From pictures by Mr. H. Alken.

LEFT AT HOME. From the original picture by Mr. R. B. Davis. Price: Proofs 21. 2s.; Prints, coloured 11. 11s. 6d. Represents a fine Stamp of Hunter and Hounds of perfect form excited by the sound of the Huntsman's Horn. A subject full of life, and possessed of inexpressible charms for a Sportsman. FORES'S HUNTING ACCOMPLISHMENTS,

INDISPENSABLE WITH HOUNDS.
Six plates, price 1l. 5s., coloured, from original drawings by H. Alken.

1. GOING ALONG A SLAPPING PACE. 2. TOPPING A FLIGHT OF RAILS, AND COMING WELL INTO THENEXT FIELD,

3. SWISHING A RASPER. 4. IN AND OUT CLEVER. 5. CHARGING AN OX FENCE. 6. FACING A BROOK. FORES'S HUNTING CASUALTIES

THAT MAY OCCUR WITH HOUNDS.
Six plates, price 11. 5s., coloured, from original drawings by H. Alken.

1. A TURN OF SPEED OVER THE FLAT.
The result of being broke in a grazing country.

2. A STRANGE COUNTRY.
“ Only give him his head, and he'll bring you in at the death."

3. DESPATCHED TO HEAD QUARTERS.

Taking it with a military seat.

4. UP TO SIXTEEN STONE.
“Master of my weight, but would rather my weight was master of him."

5. A RARE SORT FOR THE DOWNS.
“ They told me he'd leave everything behind him."

6. A MUTUAL DETERMINATION.
"If he goes on at this rate I'm afraid I must part with him.”

FORES'S SPORTING SCRAPS,

Price 7s. per sheet, coloured ; or 2s. each mounted as drawings. 1. STEEPLE CHASING.-THE START. THE WALL. THE BROOK. THE FINISH. 2. HUNTING.-GOING TO THE MEET. THE MEET. COVER SIDE, DRAWING COVER. 3. HUNTING.-TALLY O! THE BURST. A CHECK, FULL CRY. 4. HUNTING.-RUN TO EARTH. BOLTING THE Fox. Whoop. THE RETURN HOME. 5. RACING.-SADDLING. READY FOR A CANTER. THE START. THE STRUGGL.E., 6, COURSING.–GOING OUT. SOHO. THE COURSE. THE DEATH. 7. BOATING.-FOUR-OARD OUTRIGGER. PAIR-OAR'D OUTRIGGER. A Funny SCULLER'S OUTRIGGER. FORES'S HUNTING DIARY.

Price 5s. Post free, 5s.6d.
FORES'S HUNTING RACK.

Coloured, price 10s., post free, 12s.
APPOINTMENT ÇA RDS FOR DITTO,

Arranged for the Meets of Three Hunts. Price 5s. per set, post free, 5s. 6d. FORES'S GUIDE TO THE HOUNDS OF ENGLAND,

FOR 1 850.
Price 5s., post free, 5s. 6d.

London: Published by Messrs. Fores, 41, Piccadilly, corner of Sackville Street.

MESSRS. FORES'S PUBLICATIONS.

THE PUPPY AND FROG. From the original picture by Sir Edwin Landseer, K.A., engraved in the most finished

style of mezzotint, by Mr. C. W. Wass. Artist's proofs

£3 3 0 Proofs before letters.

2 2 0 Print impressions

1 1 0 THE FLYING DUTCHMAN AND VOLTIGEUR,

RUNNING the GREAT MATCH at YORK for 1000 sovs. a side. From the original picture by Mr. J. F. Herring, sen. Price, accurately coloured, 11. ls.

TEDDINGTON, WINNER OF THE DERBY, 18 51. From the original picture by Mr. J. F. Herring, sen. Price, accurately coloured, ll. 18.

FORES'S MARINE SKETCHES. Plate 1.-YACHTING-SCENE of COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT, 2.—The ROYAL NAVY – PORTSMOUTH HARBOUR -- The VICTORY,

saluting Her Majesty. Price, each plate 10s, coloured, or 5s. plain. The Schooner vacht AMERICA, 170 tons ; price coloured 10s., plain. 5s. The Iron Steam-yacht PETERHOFF; price coloured 10s., plain is. The NANCY DAWSON, 160 tons; price coloured 10s., plain 5s. The CYNTHIA, 50 tons; price coloured 108., plain 5s. T'he LEDA, R.W.Y.C., (a pair ; price coloured 20s., plain 10s. The WY VERN, R.Y.S. (a pair); price coloured 20s., plain 10s. The KESTREL, R.Y S.; price colonred 21s., plain 10s. 61. The DOLPHIN, R.T.Y.C.; price coloured 21s., plain 10s. 64. H.M.S DIDO, 18 guns (a pair); price coloured 145., plain 8s. A collection of marine subjects coloured by superior artists.

FORES'S SERIES OF THE BRITISH STUD. PORTRAITS of celebrated STALLIONS and MAREŞ, whose Performances and Produce are well known on the Turf. Price ll. 1s. each, coloured from the original pictures by Mr. J. F. Herring, sen. 1. Sir Hercules and Beeswing.

5. Muley Moloch and Rebecca. 2. Touchstone and Emma.

6. Lanercost and Crucifix. 3. Pantaloon and Languish.

17. Bay Middleton and Barbelle, the 4. Camel and Banter.

sire and dam of the Flying Dutchman.

Post free, price 2s.
GREEN'S TURF READY RECKONER;

or, TABLES of Odds on HORSE RACING. Consisting of many thousand calculations of the odds between one horse or several, and others, and between several and the field, and other chances ; with an introductory description of the tables, and demoustration of the principle upon which they are constructed.

SECOND EDITION. The Book required at every Race Meeting when a Horse's Age is questioned. Demy 8vo.

Cloth. Coloured Plates. Price 10$. 6d., or 11s. postage free.

THE HORSE'S MOUTH, SHOWING THE AGE BY THE SHAPE AND POSITION OF THE TEETH. Containing a full description of the period when the teeth are cut; the appearances they present ; the tricks to which they are exposed ; the eccentricities to which they are liable; and the diseases to which they are subject.

By E. MAYHEW, M.R.C.V.S. Dedicated, by Permission, to the President and Council of the Royal College of

Veterinary Surgeons. This work is copiously illustrated with coloured engravings and woodcuts, embodying drawings made for the Jockey Club, and numerous views of the mouths of horses at every age, taken from life, and strictly authenticated. This volume forms a valuable and necessary work of reference to all connected with horses.

London : Published by Messrs. FORES, 41, Piccadilly, corner of Sackville Street.

ENGRAVING.

A coloured plate, representing HARRY HIEOVER ON HIS FAVOURITE HUNTER " TILTER.” Size, exclusive of margin, 26 inches by 20. trice, carefully coloured, £1 Is. Od. Independently of the interest attached to the Portraits of the Rider and Horse, this picture will be considered a pleas ng representation of the Flying Leap, and will no doubt adorn the Library of Sporting Men. We may enumerate the following well known and useful Sporting works by the able pen of the gentleman whose portrait is about to be transferred to the patrons of the Sporting Field. Table Talk and stable Talk, 2 vols.

Hints on Horsemanship.
The Pocket and The Stud.

The Hunting Field,
The Stud for Practical Purposes.

And now ready for the Press,
“THE CAUSE OF THE QUADRUPED,” &c. &c.
LONDON: ACKERMANN AND CO., 96, STRAND.

ACKERMANN'S ORIGINAL METALLIC BETTING BOOK, as

adopted at TATTERSALL'S, &c., &c., with List of Races, Laws of Betting, Ticket Pocket, &c. Dimensions : 44 inchies by 3— Price, in roan Is.yd.; morocco 2s.6d.; morocco elegant 3s, 6d. The paper usoi is of the very best quality, and especially adapted for the purpose, both as regards indelibility and distinctness, -so important in recording bets.

London : ACKERMANN and Co., 96, Strand; R. ACKERMANN, Regent-street; and to be had of Thomas, at Tattersall's Subscription Rooms, Hyde Park Corner, and all Stationers and Booksellers throughout the United Kingdom.

This day is Published, price Is., Vol. II. DIPPLE'S HANDBOOKS: containing complete Treatises on the fol

lowing subjects .-THE HORSE, THE DOG, CRICKET, TRAINING. By FRANCIS BENJAMIN THOMPSON, Editor of the “ Sporting Life,” &c. &c.

LONDON : EDWIN DIPPLE, 42, Holywell Street.

:

NEW SPORTING WORK, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY JOHN LEECH.

Now ready, Nos. I to 3 (to be completed in Twelve, price 1s. each) of MR. SPONGE’S SPORTING TOUR. By the Author of "Handley

Cross," • Jorrock's Jaunts,” &c. Each Number is illustrated with One Coloured Engraving and numerous Woodcuts by John Leech,

“The peculiarities of Sponge's Tour' render it a thoroughly sporting novel, produced by a profound practitioner in the hunting field, and it is adinirably illustrated by Leech." Beli's Life. “Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour' will be eagerly read in its present form.”-Sunday Times.

LONDON: BRADBURY and Evans, 11, Bouverie Street.

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MOORE & CO., ESTABLISHED 33 YEARS. Corner of West-street, St.

Martin's-lane, CONTINUE to LAY the MARKET ODDS on all RACES during the YEAR.

LIBERAL ODDS against HORSES being PLACED First, Second, or Third. Money paid the day after the Race. Country Commissions faithfully executed. MOORE'S CELEBRATED WINNERS for the DERBY, OAKS, ST. LEGER, &c., &c. 108. 6d. and 21s. each.

THE RUNNING MATCH for the Champion's BELT. Just out; coloured 158., plain 10s.

Steeple Chasing. Hunting, Coursing, Shooting, Fighting, Cricketing, Trotters, Aquatic Portraits, Pedestrians, Pugilists, &c., &c.

J. MOORE, WEST STREET, ST. MARTIN'S LANE, LONDON.

NEWMARKET RACE LISTS. ROGERS AND CLARK'S RACE LISTS, (published under the direc

tion of the Stewards of the Jockey Club,) containing Authentic Reports of the Judge's Decisions, the Jockies, Betting, &c.-affording valuable information to all parties interested in the Turf-are supplied every evening during the races.

H. MANNING, Newmarket, is appointed their sole Agent, of whom also the Lists may be obtained.

BETTING WITH SAFETY: -Mr. B. GREEN, so long intimately

connected with the Betting Circles, has LISTS open on all coming events, giving the fair Market Odds, and paying the day after the termination of each race. OFFICE, No. 6, ESSEX STREET, STRAND. Provincial Commissions executed with faithfulness and despatch, on the transmission of Post-office Orders, payable to Benjamin Green, at the Money Order Office in the Strand, or on approved references.

THOMAS MEGSON, 9, King William-street, Strand, London, Bets

FAIR MARKET ODDS on all the HANDICAPS, Races, and STEEPLE CHASES. T. M. (a member of Tattersall's) has every facility of executing commissions on receipt of cash, &c. A Book of Handicaps (acceptances) is published every Saturday, and a Book of the Derby, Oaks, St. Leger, Two Thousand Guineas, &c., 1852, either of which will be forwarded on receipt of a directed stamped envelope, enclosing one postage stamp. All money received will be invested at the market price of the day.

Lists of Prices published daily for Country Correspondents only. The Odds laid on Double and Treble Events.

BETTING.-MR. J. W. COOPER, of 112, Fleet Street, corner of

Poppin's Court, continues to lay LIBERAL. Odds on all Races and Steeple Chases throughout the Year. Country Commissions executed to any amount on the receipt of Post Office order or cash.

301, STRAND. ALEXANDER MASKELL continues to lay TATTERSALL'S ODDS

on all RACES and STEEPLE CHASES throughout the Year. Printed lists forwarded upon receipt of a stamped directed envelope. Post Office orders made payable to ALEXANDER MASKELL, at the Strand Post Office, will meet prompt attention.

NEWMARKET SPRING MEETINGS, 1852. SIMPSON'S RETURN LISTS will contain a full account of each day's

Races, the Betting on all Events, the Riders' Names of each Winning Horse, the arrival of each Horse up to Post time, on the night hefore the Race. Together with a full and correct account of the Latest Betting on the Chester Cup, Derby, Oaks, and any other Races of importance.

A Special Reporter has been engaged, regardless of expense. Terms for the three Meetings, 7s. 68. Postage Stamps, or Post Office Order, made payable to ALLEN SIMPSON, High-street, Newmarket.

TURF AGENCY OFFICE, 9, Agar Street, West Strand. Established

solely for the re-sale of Racing Tickets issued by respectable List-holders, at a small commission. Prospectuses and Rules forwarded on application.

TO SPORTING GENTLEMEN. MCKENNA & CO., TAILORS AND GREATCOAT MAKERS,

return their thanks for the Liberal Support they have received for some years, and beg to apprise their patrons that during the coming season they will be ready to submit some choice materials suited for SPORTING PURPOSES, of the BEST STYLE and MAKE. 69, PICCADILLY, CORNER OF DOVER STREET, LONDON.

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