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La Eglinton's ch. c. Sir Walter

| Mr Payne's b, f. Hybla Ld Exeter's f. Margaret of Anjou

b. f. Gloomy Mr E. Farrance's f. by Epirus, out of Mar- Sir R. Pigot's ch. f. Koh-i-noor gellina

Mr Powney's b. f. Amazon Mr Howard's ch. c. by Hetman Platoff, out Ld Ribblesdale's f. Torment of Maria, by Jereed

D of Richmond's b. c. William Rufus Mr Merry's b. f. Valour

Ld Strathmore na. br. f. Extasy Mr Osbaldeston's br. f. sis. to Mountain Mr G. Sturt's b. c. Lascelles Deer

Mr B. Way's b. c. Brocket WEDNESDAY.-The DRAWING-Room STAKES of 25 sov. each, with a bonus of 10 sov.

each, for three year olds, colts 8st, 7lb., fillies 8st. 2lb. ; the winner of the Derby or Oaks to carry 8lb., the second for either, 4lb. extra, Once round.-12 subs. to the

stakes, and il to the bonus. Mr J. Arnold's b. c. Little Harry

| Mr E. Farrance's b. f. Lady Harriet D of Bedford's ch, c. Hugo

Mr Gratwicke's b. c. Canterbury Ld Clifden's b. c. Sackbut

LI H. Lennox's b. f. Red Hind Mr Dorrien's b.g. Rhinegrave

Capt Lowther's br.c. Chopkins Ld Exeter's ch.c. Stockwell

Sir R. Pigot's b. c. Filius ch, c. Ilex

D of Richmond's b. c. Houlakin SWEEPSTAKES of 300 sov. each, h. ft., for three year old fillies, 8st, 7lb. each ; the winner

of the Derby to carry 10lb., of the Oaks 5lb., of the 1000 gs. stakes 3lb. extra, Each

subscriber named two fillies, one to the post. Craven Course.--5 subs. Ld Eglinton's b. f. Urania

| Mr E. Farrance's b. f. Common Sense - ns. b. f. Red Hind

Mr Howard's br. f. Alhambra Ld Exeter's b, f. by St Martin-Toga

-- na, bl, f. Catch'em -- br. f. by St. Martin-Amima Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirsuta Mr E. Farrance's b. f. Lady Harriet

b.f. Freedom SWEEPSTAKES of 300 sov. each, h. ft., for three year old colts, 8st, 71b. each ; the winner

of the Derby to carry 10lb., of the 2000 gs., Newmarket, Gratwicke, or Drawing-room

Stakes, 5lb. extra. Each subscriber named two colts, one to the post. Craven Course. Ld Eglinton's br. c. Anchises

Mr Howard's b, c. Geleon b. c. Claverhouse

ns. ch. c. Odd Fellow Ld Exeter's ch. c. Ilex

Ld H. G.Lennox ns. b.c. Canterbury - ch. c. Stockwell

--ns, b, c. Houlakin SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sov. each, h. ft, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 41b.; out

of untried mares.-One mile. Ld Exeter's c. by Hetman Platofr—Timbria / Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Bob Major Mr Gratwicke's br, f. The Squaw (wrong D of Richmond's br. c. Harbinger nom.)

Ld Strathmore's b. c. Chimney Sweep THURSDAY...SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sov. each, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies

8st. 21b., the produce of mares that never bred a winner. One mile. Mr Mare's b. c. by Venison, out of Breast- | Mr Mare's b. f. sister to Hatherton girth

|D of Richmond's br. c. Harbinger Second year of the First BentINCK MEMORIAL STAKES (triennial), of 10 sovs. each, for

three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., tillies 8st. 4lb. Gratwicke Stakes Course.--76 subs.

(Ten per cent, to be deducted each year towards the“ Bentinck Memorial Plate.") Capt Archdall's br. c. by Lanercost - Oh Ld Clifden's b. c. Hymettus Don't

- b. f. Rosary Gen Anson's b. c. Rolando

Ld Derby's b. c. Longbow br. c. by Orlando_The Princess Mr. C. Dorrien's b. f. Carinetta *_ b. f. Bay Rusalind

- b. f. by Lanercost, or The Baron --b.c. Bull's-eye

-Zenana Mr Bowes's ch.c. Daniel O'Rourke

Mr. Drinkald's b. c. by St. Lawrence-Farch. c. by Verulam-Wiasma

thing Candle b. f. by Hetman Platoff-Maid of Ld Eglinton's ch.g. Pelopidas Lune

b. c. Claverhouse ch. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Ld Enfield's b. c. Poodle Mickleton Maid

| L Exeter's ch. c. Lens Mr E. Batson's c. Dundrum (h.b.)

- c. by Theon-Hydrangea Mr W. H. Brook's br. c. The Brühmin Ld Glasgow's b. c. (dead) by Slane-SouthD of Bedford's ch, c, Hugo

clown Ld Clifden's b. c. Magnes

- b. f. by Alarm-Physalis b. c. Hesperus

Mr Greville's b. c. Gerard

Mr Greville's b. f. Greengage

Col Peel's b. c. Livermere - b. f. Protection

b. c. Lapidist - na. ch. f. Hirsuta

- br. c. The Nabob b. f. Chaffinch

Sir R. Pigot's b. c. Filius Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Maidstone

Mr Potterton's ch. c. Horton Yates - b. c. Canterbury

Mr H. B. Powell's b. or br. c. The Free -- b. f. Maria

Trader Capt Harcourt's b. or br. c. Burndale

*D of Richmond's b. c. Houlakin Sir J. Hawley's br. f. Misericorde (dead)

br. c. Harbinger - -b. c. Hautboy

*

b. f. Red Hind Mr H. Hill's ch. f. Canina

Mr P. P. Rolt's b. c. George III. Mr Howard's b, f. Susan

22ti2Ò2§§Â2Ò2Â?2??❤❤❤❤❤òtiņņģētiỨ2ti2ū22m22ti2– Mr Jaques's ch. c. Odd Fellow

Cheshire Witch (wrong nom.) b. c. Snarler

Mr Shelley's b. c. The Stag (dead) Mr J. Kent ns. br. c. Home-brewed

Mr S. Stanley ns. b. f. Speed Ld H. Lennox's b. f. Brawn

Id J. Scott's b. c. Hobbie Noble ns. b. f. Plumstead

Mr W. Stebbing's b. c. Young Hawthorn Baron Maltzahn's ch. f. Raillery

Ld Strathmore's b, c, Chimney Sweep Sir J. B. Mill's br. c. by Epirus-Giantess

br. c. Showman Mr Merry's b. c. Garibaldi

Mr W. Wigram's b. c. Peacock # b. c. Happy Joe

Ld Chesterfield (three subscriptions), Mr Mr Nichol's br. c. Norham (dead)

Des Veaux, Ld Burleigh, and Ld Durham Mr Payne's br. c. Wingenund

did not name. Mr C. Peck's b. f. Needle Won in 1851 by Bay Rosalind by three parts of a length, Red Hind second. The starters are

denoted by an asterisk. The RACING STAKES of 50 sov. each, for three year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies 8st. 14lb. ;

the winner of the July, Clearwell, Criterion, or Prendergast Stakes, to carry 3lb. extra; either Riddlesworth, Column, Newmarket, 2000 gs., 1000 gs.or Drawing-room Stakes, to carry 6lb., of the Derby or Oaks, 9lb. extra; a winner of both Derby and Drawing

room Stakes, 121b. extra. The second to save his stake. One mile.-14 subs. Gen Anson's b. c. Rolando

| Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Maidstone Ld Clifden's b. c. Mugnes

Sir J. Hawley's br. c. Bob Major - b. c. Sackbut

Mr H. Hill ns. b. c. Geleon LI Eglinton's bl. c, Lucio

Mr Payne's br, c. Wingenund Ld Exeter's ch. c Stockwell

Sir R. Pigot's ch. c. Father Thames - ch. c. Ilex

D of Richmond's br. c. Home-brewed Ld Glasgow's br. c. Caracara

| Mr P. P. Rolt's ch. c. Horton Yates The Sussex STAKES of 25 sov, each, for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 4lb.; 311),

allowed, &c.; a winner before starting to carry 5lb. extra; the winner of the Lavant or Molecomb Stakes to carry 7lb., of both 10lb. extra; no horse to carry more than

10lb. extra. T. Y. C. Ld Clifden's b.c. Glengarry

Sir J. Hawley's br. c. Friar Tuck (31b.) Sir J. Hawley's b. c. by Old England, out of Sir R. Pigot's br. f. by Bay Middleton, out Vexation (31b.)

of Belle Sauvage SWEEPSTAKES of 200 sove each, for two year old fillies, 8st. 71b. each ; 3lb. and 51b.

allowed, &c. T.Y.C. Mr W. H. Brook's b. f. Incense

| Mr Greville's b. f. Exhibition Mr Delamere's ro. f. by Lanercost, out of Sir J. Hawley's b. f. Strawberry Hill (31b.)

Baleine First year of the Second BENTINCK MEMORIAL SCAKES (triennial), of 10 sovs each, for

two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 4lb. T.Y.C.-36 subs.

(Ten per cent, to be deducted each year towards the “Bentinck Memorial Plate.") Capt Archdall's b. c. Pensioner

Ld Eglinton's b. c. Vanderdecken b. f. Phoebe

Ld Exeter's c. Filbert Mr Bowes's b, c, West Australian

b. c. Nuthook -ch. f. Auld Acquaintance

Mr Gratwicke's ch. c.Sittingbourne Mr Blake's ch. f. Belgravia

b. c. Feversham LJ Clifden's b. c. Constantine

b. c. Gossip b.c. Glengarry

- -- b. f. Oxonia
- b. f. Psaltery

Sir J. Hawley's br. f. by Slane--Venus
Mr Drinkald's b. c.”by Mathematician-| Mr Jaques's br. c. Anglo-Saxon
Kitten

Mr Jaques's ch. c, Pitfall
Ld Eglinton's b. f. Erycthon

Mr Merry's b. c, Craigends

Sir J.B. Mill's br. f.byTouchstone-Giantess Sir R. Pigot's ch. f. Koh-i-noor Mr Mare's b. c. by Touchstone-Breastgirth D of Richmond's br. c. (by Touchstone- - b. f. by Touchstone-Kitty of Co Refraction leraine

br. f. by Touchstone--Cuckoo - b. c. by Touchstone, d. by Discount

b. f. by Lanercost--Estelle Mr Osbaldeston's br. f. sis. to Mountain Ld Stradbroke's b. c. William Rufus Deer

b. c. by The Emperor-Coral Col Peel's b. c. Talfourd

Ld Strathmore'sch, c. Elmsthorpe _ b.c. by Orlando-Hersey

Mr Wauchope's b. f. Bridget
SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sov. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., and fillies &st. 21b.

One mile and a half.-11 subs.
Mr Dorrien's bl. c. Chief Baron Nicholson Mr Merry's b. c. Hobbie Noble
Ld Exeter's bl. c. Ambrose

Mr Payne's b. f. Glenluce
Mr Greville's b. c. Frantic

Ld Ribblesdale's b. c. Kingston b. f. Adine

D of Richmond's br. c. Home-brewed Mr R. Harrison's ch. c. King of Trumps Mr J. Stanley's b. c. Orelio Ld H. G. Lennox na. b. f. Red Hind The MOLECOMB STAKES of 50 sov. each, h. ft., for two year olds, colts to carry 8st. 71b and fillies Sst. 4lb. ; a winner before starting (matches and handicaps excepted) to carry 5lb. extra ; the winner of the Lavant Stakes 71b. extra; no horse to carry more

than 71b. extra. The owner of the second to receive back his stake. T.Y.C.--14 subs. Gen Anson's br. c. Hardbake

Mr Howard's ch. c. Elmsthorpe - ch. c. by Don John-Potentia Mr Payne's b. f. Estrella Mr E. R. Clark's br. c. Early Bird (dead)

br. c. Pindus Mr R. E. Cooper's b. c. The Friar

D of Richmond's bl. c. by Touchstone-ReLd Eglinton's b. c. Erycthon

fraction -ch, c, Sir Walter

Ld Strathmore na, br. f. Extasy Ld Exeter's f. Margaret of Anjou

Mr G. Sturt's b. f. Nicotine Mr Howard's ch, c. Milesian The Goodwood CUP, value 300 sov., the surplus in specie, a subscription of 20 sov. each, with 100 added by the Racing Fund; three year olds to carry 7st. 4lb., four, 9st. llb., five, 9st. 91b., six and aged, Ost, 121b., mares allowed 41b; geldings, 71b., horses, &c. got by Arabian, Turkish, or Persian stallions, or out of Arabian, Turkish, or Persian mares, allowed 181b., both, 361b., horses, &c. Lred in America, or upon the Continent of Europe, allowed 141b., horses (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight, excepted) never having won 1001, including their own stake, at any one time in 1852, previous to the day of starting, and not having been placed in the Derby or Oaks of 1852, allowed 5lb. Four year olds and upwarık, never having won or received as second horse 1001., including their own stake, at any one time in 1851 or 1852, previous to the day of starting, and not having been placed in the Derby or St. Leger of 1851 (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed jolb. Five year olds and upwards, never having won or received as second horse 100l., including their own stake, at any one time in 1850, 1851, or 1852, previous to the day of starting (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 161b. Maiden three year olds at starting. not having been placed in the Derby or Oaks of 1852, allowed slb. Maiden four year olds at starting, not having been placed in the Derby or St Leger 1851 (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 141b. Maiden five year olds at starting (those hereunder specified as car. rying extra weight excepted) allowed 18lb. Maiden six year olds or aged at starting (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 281b.; the second horse in any stake, having received 1001., including his own stake, not to be considered maiden. The winner of the Emperors Plate at Ascot in 1852 to carry 5lb., the second 21b extra. The winner of the Port in 1852 to carry 31b, extra. The winner of the Ascot, Good wood, or Doncaster Cap, or of the Derby or Doncaster St Leger, in 1851, to carry 2lb. extra. The winner of the Derby in 1852 to carry 8lb. extra ; the second, 3lb. extra. The winner of the Oaks in 1852 to carry 71b, extra ; the second 2ib. extra. Neither the allowances of weight for not winning, nor the penalties of extra weight for winning and for running second, are to be accumulative. The second horse to receive 1001. out of the stakes, and the third horse 50l. Horses having won abroad not to be considered winners in this stake. All compromises to be considered winnings excepting compromises of matches, and winners of matches only considered as maiden horses. The winner to pay io sovs to the Judge. Two miles and a half. FRIDAY.-The NASSAU STAKES of 50 sov, each, for three year old fillies, 8st. 7b.;

the winner of the July, Clearwell, Criterion, or Prendergast to carry 31b, extra ; of either Riddlesworth, Column, Newmarket, 2000 gs., 1000 gs. or Drawing-room Stakes, 6lb.; the Derby or Oaks 9lb. ; a winner of both Derby and Drawing-room Stakes,

12lb, extra ; the second to receive 100 sov. out of the stakes. One mile.--16 subs. Ld Airlie's br. f. Kestrel

Ld Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm-Physalis Gen Anson's b. f. Bay Rosalind

Mr Gratwicke's b. f. Flirt Ld Clifden's b. f. Rostry

Mr Greville's b. f. Protection Mr J. Day ns. bl. f. Catch'em

Mr Howard's br. f. Alhambra Mr C. Dorrien's b. f. Carinetta

- b. f. Medusa Ld Eglinton's b. f. Urania

Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirsuta Ld Exeter's b. f. by St. Martin--Amima

b. f, Freedom ---b. f. by St. Martin-Toga

D of Richmond's b, f. Red Hind

SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sov. each, h, ft.,for four year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 21b.

the winner of the Derby or St. Leger 71b., of both, 101b. extra. Cup Course. Ld Derby's b. c. Croupier

Sir J. Hawley's ch.c. Teddington Ld Exeter's ch.c. Midas

– ch. c. The Ban Mr Greville's ch, c. Ariosto To close for the Goodwood Cup on Tuesday in the Craven week, and name on the Tuesday after Epsom ;

to close and name for the GOODWOUD STAKES on Tuesday alter Epsom; and for the CHESTERFIELD Cup in the July Meeting.

: BIBURY. Hon. FRAS. VILLIERS, Steward. Mr. J. B. Day, Clerk of the Course. WEDNESDAY, June 23.-SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sov. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts

8st. 71b., fillies st. 3lb. ; 3lb. and 5lb. allowed, &c. New Mile,-- 10 subs. Mr Dorrien's b. f. Carinetta (3lb.)

i Mr Herbert's b. c. Odessus - f. (dead) by Orlando, out of Black-Sir JB. Mill's b. c. by Epirus-Giantess bird

(3lb.) Mr W. Etwall's ch. f. Flounce

- b. f. Mary Blane -- b. c. St. Andrew

Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirsuta Mr Herbert's br. c. Lithograph

D of Richmond's b. f. Red Hind THE CHAMPAGNE STAKES of 10 sov. each, with 50 added by the Club, for two year olds,

colts 8st. 10lb., fillies st. 71b. ; the winner of any two year old stakes amounting to £100, including the winner's own stake, to carry 4lb. for every such winning. The winner to give three dozen of champagne to the club. Last three-quarters of the New

Mile.--12 subs.
Ld Clifden's b. f. Altitude

Sir J. B. Mill's b. c. The Lion
Capt Delmé's b. c. Anglesey

Mr Osbaldeston's br. f. sis, to Mountain Deer Mr Gratwicke na. b. c. Gossip

Mr Payne's b. f. Hybla Mr Greville na. ch. f. Belgravia

Capt Pettat na, br. f. Postulant br. c. by Alarm-Alkali

Mr P. Williams na, ch. c. Milesian Mr Herbert's b. c. Letus

na, b. c. Lascelles No day mentioned.-Match.-Sir J. B. Mill's b. or br. c. by Epirus, out of Giantess, 8st. 71b., ayst MrJ.H. C. Wyndham's b. c. Sir John, 8st. 21b., both three year olds. One mile and a half,-150, 50 ft.

STOCKBRIDGE. & Hon F. LAWLEY and GERARD STURT, Esq., STEWARDS. Mr. J. B. Day, Clerk of the Course. THURSDAY, June 24.-Third year of the SECOND TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sov. each, for

four year olds, colts 8st. 10lb., fillies 8st. 5lb.; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of the Derby to carry 7lb. extra, the second 4lb.; the winner of the Oaks, 2000 gs., or Newmarket Stakes, 5lb. extra. The winner to pay 25 sov. towards expenses. Two miles

and a hall.-36 subs. *Ld Chesterfield's ch. f. Payment

1 *Mr G. Hobson's br. c. Recruit +Mr E. R. Clark's br. c. Glenhawk (3 | **Ld H. Lennox ns. ch. f. Hurry Scurry Ld Clifden's b. c. Harpsichord

Mr C. Lloyd ns. br. f. Coticula Ld Derby's ch. c. Olympian (dead)

Mr Lowther's b, f. Lady Stuart (31b.) Mr C. Dorrien ns. br. c. Auckland, d. Ld March ns. b. f. (dead) by Epirus, out of (1843) by Voltaire-Babel

Prism +Mr R. Etwall's ch. g. Iracundus

Mr Mare's b.c Hatherton (31b.) *Mr W. Etwall's br. c. The Knight of the

br. f. Scandal (31b.) Thistle

- ch. f. Vanity (31b.) -- ch. f. Antigone (31b.)

Sir J. B. Mill's b. g. Mungo (31b.) Id Exeter's b. c. Phlegethon (3lb.)

ch. g. Eurus
LI Glasgow's ro. f. by Lanercost or Re-La Palmerston's br. f. Trochee
triever-Physalis (31b.)

Mr Payne's ch. f. Citadel (dead)
Mr Gratwicke's br. f. The Squaw (3lb.)
Mr Greville's f. Tessera (3lb.)

Col Peel's b. c. The Serpentine --- br. f. Ginevra (31b.)

*Sir R. Pigot's b. c. Runnymede Mr Henry's ch. f. Julia

+Mr J. Powney's ch, c. Lamartine

Thistle

Col Pool, ch. f. Catcitadel á

D of Richmond's b, f.(dead) by Touchstone | Mr W. Sadler's b. c. by Venison, out of -Soldier's Daughter

Norna Creina (31b.) Mr P. P. Rolt's b.c. by Cotherstone-Lilla - b. f. by Venison-Witticism (31b.) Mr Sadler's b. c. Valentine

| MrJ. Wyatt's b. or br. c. XX (31b.) Won in 1850 by Payment, by two lengths, Hurry Scurry second, Runnymede third. The

starters are denoted by an asterisk. Won in 1851 by Lamartine, by three parts of a length, Glenhawk second, Phiegethon third.

An obelisk 18 prefired to the starters. Second Year of the Third TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sov. each, for three year olds,

colts 8st. 10lb., fillies 8st. 5lb. ; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of the Derby to carry 71b. extra, the second horse 4lb. extra; the winner of the Oaks, 2000gs., 1000gs., or Newmarket Stakes, 5lb. extra. The winner to pay 25 sov. towards expenses, &c. Mile

and a-half. 43 subs. Gen Anson's b. c. by Orlando - Princess MrGully's b. c. General Washington (3lb.) (3lb.)

Sir J. Hawley's br. c. by Old England b. c. Rolando

Science (3lb.) Mr Burgess's c. by Dulcimer - Apropos Mr S, Hawke's b. c. Womersley (31b.) (31b.)

Mr Herbert's br. c. Lithograph M. E. Á. Clark's b. c. by Gibraltar, out of | Mr Howard's b. f. Susan sister to Gobbo (h. b.)

Mr Jaques's br, f. Fieldmate (311 Ld Clifden's b, c. Magnes

Ld H.G. Lennox's b. f. Brawn b. c. Hymettus

Capt Lowther's ch. g. The Tumbler (31b.) -- b, c, Hesperus

Ld March ns. br. c. Harbinger (31b.) b. f. Rosary

Mr Meiklam's b. c. Cleveland (31b.) La Derby's b. c. Longbow

Sir J. B. Mill's br. f. Aitch Bone (3 *Ld Dorchester's b, f. The Chase (3lb.) Mr Payne's b. c. Freestone *Mr Dorrien's bl. c. Chief Baron Nicholson Mr Pedley's ch. c. Wide-awake, (31b.)

ch. c. Stratagem (3lb.) Mr E. Dyson's br. c. Prince Rupert

*Col Peel's b. c. Kingston (31b.) Ld Eglinton's b, c. The Sheltie (3lb.) Sir R. Pigot's b. c. Filius (31b. *Mr W. Etwall's b. c. by Venison-Passion | Mr Potterton's c. Horton Yates --_ b.c. St Andrew

D of Richmond's b. c. Houlakin Ld Exeter'sc. by Theon-Hydrangea (31b.) Mr F. Robinson's c. by Venison-Glee (31b.) Mr Featherstonhangh's b.c. Romualdus (316) Mr Rolt's b. c. George III. Ld Glasgow's b.f.by Alarm-Physalis (31b.) *Mr W. Sadler's b. c. Joe Miller (316.) Mr Gratwicke's ch.c. Maidstone

Mr Stebbing's b. e. Young Hawthorn (316.) Mr Greville's b. f. Chatsinch (31b.) *Mr Wyndham's b. c. Sir John (31b.) In 1851 divided, after two dead heats, by Chief Baron Nicholson and Kingston. The

starters are denoted by an asterisk.

The First Year of the FOURTH TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sov, each, for two year olds, colts 8st. Tolb., fillies 8st. 5lb.; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of the Derby 7ib. extra, the second horse 4lb, extra, the winner of the Oaks, 2000gs., or Newmarket Stakes, 5lb. extra. The winner to pay 25 sov. towards expenses, &c. Three quarters

of a mile.-30 subs. Mr Blake's ch. f. Belgravia (31b.)

| Ld H. Lennox ns. b. c. William Rufus La Caledon's c. bro. to Shylock

Mr J. Lucas's b. c. Brightwaltham Ld Clifden's b. c. Glengarry

Ld March ns. br. c by Touchstone-Re-b.f. Psaltery

fraction (31b.) Mr Dorrien's ch, c. The Cavalier (31b.) Sir J. Mill's br. f. by Touchstone--Giantess LEglinton's b. c. Strait.jacket (31b.) (31b.) Mr W. Etwall's f. by Thistlewhipper-sis. Mr Osbaldeston's br. f. sister to Mountain to Ægis

Deer -- ch. f. sis to Iracundus

Mr Payne's b. c. War-whoop Ld Exeter's ch. c. Cobnut

-- ch. f. Glenavon Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Sittingbourne

Sir R. Pigot's ch.f. Koh-i-noor (31b.) b, c. Feversham

br. f. by Bay Middleton - Belle Mr Greville's b. f. Flutter (31h.)

Sauvage Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Don John-Con- Mr J. Powney's b. c. Cineas (31b.) spiracy (3lb.) (wrong nom.)

-- br. f. Amazon b. f.' by Don John-Miss Sarah D of Richmond's br. f. by Touchstone(31b.)

Cuckoo (31b.) Mr Harrison's br. f. Miss Woolgar

Mr Sadler's br. c. Charon (3lb.) Mr Kingston's br. f. Basilique

- b. c. Contentment (3lb.)

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