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The STEWARDS' PLATE of 100 sov. added to a Sweepstakes of 10 soy. each, h. ft. three yrs

old to carry 6st. 10lb., four, &st. 4lb., five, &st. 1llb., six and aged, 9st. ; a winner of the 2000gs., 1000gs., or Newmarket stakes in 1852 to carry 5lb. extra ; a winner of the Epsom Derby or Oaks, or St Leger in any year, 10lb. extra; a winner in any year of the Emperor's Vase at Ascot, Goodwood or Doncaster cups, 71b. extra; the weights not to be accumulative; m. and g. allowed 3lb.; maiden three year olds allowed 4lb., four and upwards, 71b. Two miles. The winner to pay 10 sov. towards expenses.-62 subs. Age.

22–ūtiņ2\/ MrJ. Arnold's ch. c. Uncle Sam . . Ld Loughborough na, br. f. Tested Mr C Bevill na. b. c. Elcot (h.b.) . . 3 Mr Magenis's ch. c. The Ban

4 Mr F. Clarke na. b. f. Equal . . . 3 Sir J. B. Mill na. ch. c. Pitsford . . 5 Mr E. R. Clark's b, f. Plumstead . . 3 Mr Milner's ch. c. Golden Age . . 3 Ld Clifden's br. c. Poodle : .

Mr J. Morris's b. h. Vatican. .
Sir W. Codrington na. b. f. Hesse Hom- Major Needham na. ch. c. Father
burg. . . ,

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Thames . .

. . . . Mr H. Curzon na. ch. c. Grecian.

| Ld Newport na. b. f. Captious . Capt Delmé's b. c. Little Savage (h.b

Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. Mountain Deer Mr C. Digby na. ch. c. Narcissus

Mr H, Padwick's b. c. Little Harry . Mr Dorrien's b.g. Rhinegrave

| Mr Payne's br. f. Moultan Lass . . Mr J Douglas's ch. c. Ducrow

Mr J. H. Pedley's b. f. Trousseau Mr Drinkald's gr. c. Grey Tommy

Sir R. Pigot's b. c. Filius Ld Enfield's br. c. Hernandez

Mr W. B. Portman na, br. c. The Mr Etwall's b. h. Bushranyer

Lad. . . . . . . Mr W. Græme na. b. f. St. Hilda ..

Mr J. Powney's ch. c. Lamartine . Mr Gratwicke na. b. f. Flirt . .

Mr C. Robson's ch. c. Bardolph. Mr W. H. Gregory na. c. Heliotrope

Mr H.'Robinson's b. h. Confidence Mr Greville's ch. c. Ariosto.

Mr J, Saxon's bl. c. The Black Doctor. Mr H. T. Grove's b. m. Alicia

Mr J. Sherwood na. ch. c. Hunger ford. Mr J. Hogg na. b. f. Janina ..

Mr E. Somerset na. b. f. Terpsichore. Mr R. Honeywood na. C. by Venison Mr Standish na. b.c. The Confessur. Glee : :

.. ..:

Mr W. Stubbs na. br. h. Cariboo ,

v Mr A. Harpsley's na. b. f. Miss Bundy

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3 Mr J. B. Tregonwell na. b. c. Joe Miller Sir J. Hawley na. b. h. Clincher.

Mr F. Villiers na. b. f. Royalty . Mr W. Henry na. br. c. Vortex.

Mr B. Way na. br. f. Aphrodite .. Mr H. Hill's b. c. by Maypie-Fidget,

Mr G. W. White's b. f. Pluck by Recovery. .

Mr Winch's br. c. The Brahmin . Mr W. E. Hughes's b. g. Fonthill . 3 M: A. Woolcot's b. f. Kate . . . 3 Mr W. F. Knatchbull na, br. c. Gros- Mr C. Wyndham's b. c. Sir John . 3 venor .

. : 4 Mr L. Yea na. b. c. Buckthorn . . 3 Mr J. Little na. bl. c. Cardinal Wiseman 4 Ld Zetland's ch. c. Anger . . . :

Mr C. H. Carew, Mr H. Huddleston, Mr A. Massingberd, and Mr H. G. Seymour did not name. The MOTTISFONT STAKES of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., with 100 added, for two vear olds,

colts 8st, 71b., fillies, 8st. 4lb.; a winner before starting to carry 5lb., twice or more

7lb. extra. The winner to pay 25 sov. towards the expenses. T.Y.C.-46 subs. Ld Bruce's ch. f. by Archy, out of Splitvote Mr T.J. Hayter's b. c. Friday Mr Carew's b. c. Pantomime

Mr Herbert's b. c. Letus b. c. Grapeshot

- ch. c. Grand Duke Michael Ld Chesterfield's c. by H. Platoff-Fuschia Mr H. Hill's b. c. Ireland's Eye Mr R. E. Cooper's b. c. The Friar

Mr Howard's ch. c. by H. Platoff-Maria - cb.f. Miss Tennyson

ch. c. Milesian Mr E. R. Clark's b. c. Little Swift

Mr Hughes na. br. c. Lanercost-Moonbeam Ld Clifden's b, c. Cheddar

Mr Jaques's ch. c. Pitfall b. c. Molasses

| Ld H. Lennox na, b, c, William Ru Mr H. Curzon na. br. f. Cinnaminta

La Loughborough ns. f. Tell-tale Capt. Delmé's b. f. The Arrow

Mr Mare's b. c. Pharold Mr C. Dorrien's ch, c. Golden Plover Sir J. B. Mill's ch. c. by Hetman PlatoffMr Drinkald's br. f. Knavery

Infidelity Mr W. Etwall's ch. f. sis. to Iracundus Mr Needham ns. ch. f. Vaultress Mr Farrance's ch. f. by Epirus-Margellina Mr C. A. Parker's ch. c. The Ace of Trumps Mr Gratwicke na. b. c. Gossip

b. f. Mrs. John Mr Greville's b. f. Peach

Mr Payne's b. f. Gloomy b. f. Flutter

ch. f. Glenavon -- b. f, Frenzy

Sir R. Pigot's ch. f. Koh-i-noor Sir J. Hawley na. br. f. by Slane--Venus Mr J. Powney's br. f. Amazon - na. b. c, Mocassin

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WINCHESTER, SALISBURY, 1852.
Mr Ramsbottom's b. c. Jupiter Tonans | Mr Whieldon's b. f. Prevention
Mr H. G. Sturt's b. c. Lascelles

Ld Zetland's b. f. Battery
Mr B. Way's b. or br. c. Brocket

-*** Payne's b. f. Pani T.Y.c-be winner

WINCHESTER. Lord CLIFDEN, STEWARD. Mr. Peake, Clerk of the Course. FRIDAY, June 25.-The Two YEAR OLD STAKES of 10 soy, each, with 50 added if three

horses start; colts, 8st, 71b., fillies and geldings, 8st. 3lb.; the winner of a stake of 100 sov. value or upwards, including the winner's own stake, to carry 4lb., of two such stakes and each of the above value, 7lb. extra ; the second to save his stake. The winner

to give 101, to the fund and subscribe to this stake next year. T.Y.C.-12 subs. Mr R. E. Cooper's ch. f. Miss Tennyson Mr Payne's b. f. Hybla Capt Delmé's b. c. Anglesey

b. c. Speed the Plough Mr Hayter's b. c. Friday

Mr J. Powney's b, c, Cineas Mr Hornsby's br. c. Blondel

Mr Shrimpton's b. f. Michaelmas Maid
Mr Howard's ch. c, Milesian

Mr R. Southby's b. f. Sally
Sir J. B. Mill's ch. c. by Hetman Platoff - | MrJ. M. Stanley's ch. f. Belgravia

Infidelity
The GREAT PRODUCE STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st 9lb.,

fillies and geldings &st. 6lb. ; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of the Derby or Oaks to

carry 71b. extra ; the second 3lb. extra. New Mile. Mr Dorrien's b. f. Carinetta (3lb.)

i Sir J. B. Mill's b. f. Mary Blane b. c. by Lanercost-Flash of Mr Payne's b. f. Glenluce Lightning (3lb.)

D of Richmond's br. c. Harbin Mr Etwall's b. c. by Venison--Passion

Second Year of the First WINCHESTER TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sov. each, for three year

olds, colts Sst 10lb., fillies st. 5lb. ; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of the Derby to carry 71b., the second 4lb. extra; the winner of the Oaks, 2000gs., or 1000gs. stakes, or the Stockbridge Triennial Stakes, 51b, extra. The winner to pay 10 per cent. to

the Fund. One mile and a half.-11 subs. *Mr Dorrien's bl. c. Chief Baron Nicholson Sir J. B. Mill's b. c. by Epirus-Giantess (3lb.)

(3lb.) -- b. c. by Lanercost-Flash of *--- b. f. Aitch-Bone (31b.) Lightning (3lb.)

Mr Payne's b. f. Freedom Mr Gratwicke's b. c. Canterbury

|D of Richmond's br. c. Harbinger (3lb.) *

b, f. Maria (3lb.) Mr Etwall, Mr W. Etwall, and Mr Herbert are subscribers, but did not name. Won in 1851 by Chief Barun Nicholson by two lengths, Aitch-Bone second, Maria third;

only three ran. The WINCHESTER STAKES of 5 sov. each, with 30 added if three horses start; 3 yrs, st.,

4 yrs, 8st. 41b. ; 5 yrs, 8st. 121k. ; 6 yrs and aged, 9st.; mares and geldings allowed 5lb. The winner to be sold for 2001., &c. Heats one mile.-]1 subs.

Age. ! Mr Armstrong's bl. h. The Moor aged Mr Paynes' ch. f. Catalpa . . 4 Mr Bush's b. c. Australind

- .. ch.'f. Hirsuta .

. 3 Capt Delmé's bl. f. Longreach.

Mr J. Powney's ch. c. Lamartine Mr Death ns. b. f. Lady Isabel .

| Mr Sherring's br. f. Grand Duchess Mr Hayter's br. f. Tested

Mr Shrimpton's b. c. Northman Mr Y. King's ch. h. Narcissus .

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SALISBURY.

The Second Year of the FIRST WILTSHIRE TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sov. each for three

year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb. ; 3lb. allowed, &c.; the winner of the Derby to carry 71b., and the second horse 4lb. extra ; the winner of the Oaks, 2,000 gs., or

Newmarket Stakes, 5lb. extra. One mile and a half.--11 subs.
Ld Bruce's b. c. by The Knight of the Shire | Mr Gratwicke's ch, c. Maidstone
Mr Jas. Clark's b. c. Elcot (h. b.)

Mr Herbert's b. c. by Sir Hercules-Zebra " *Mr E. Dyson's b. c. Princè Rupert (31b.) - -- br, c, Lithograph

*Mr Herbert's ch. c, Constantine

| D of Richmond's b. c. Harbinger (31b.) Ld H. G, Lennox's b, f. Braun

| *Mr C. Wyndham's b. c. Sir John (316.) *Sir B.J. Mill's b. f. Aitch-Bone Won in 1851 by Constantine by a length, Sir John second, Aitch-bone third, Prince Rupert

fourth; only four ran. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sov. each, with 50 added if three horses start, for two year old colts,

7st., and three, Ist; f. and g. allowed 3lb. ; winners once in 1852 of 100 sov. value or upwards, including the winner's own stake, to carry 4lb., of two such stakes, 7lb. extra; the winner of the Derby or Oaks to carry 10lb. extra ; no horse to carry more than 10lb. extra; if four horses start, the second to save his stake. The winner to pay 10 sov. to the fund, and subscribe to the stakes in 1853. Three quarters of a mile.--9 subs. Age.

Age. Capt Delmé's b. c. Anglesey. . 2 Sir J. B. Mill's ch. c. by Het. PlatoffMr Dixon na. b. c, Friday.

Infidelity . . . . . . 2 Mr J. Emmerson's b. f. by Don John- | Mr Parkinson's b. c. Odessus . . 3 Cheshire Witch .

Mr G. Sturt's ch. f. Psaltery. Mr Howard's b. c. Little Harry . . 3 | MrC. Wyndham's b. c. Sir John 3

| Mr Whieldon's b. f. Prevention . . 2 The WILTON PARK STAKES of 10 sov. each, with 50 added if four horses start, for two

yr old colts, 8st. 71b., and fillies, &st. 3lb. ; winners of a stake value 100 sov. or upwards, including the winner's own stake, to carry 4lb, of two stakes, and each of the above value, 71b. extra. The winner to pay 10 sov, to the fund, and subscribe to the stakes

in 1853. T.Y.C.-14 subs. Mr Clark's b. f. Lady Emily (h. b.)

Mr Howard's ch. c. Eulogist Mr R. E. Cooper's ch. f. Miss Tennyson Mr Y. King's ch. f. Gold Dust Mr Hayter's br. f. Postulant

Sir J. B, Mill's b. c. The Lion Mr Herbert's b. c. Letus

Ld J. Scott's b. c. Pug Orrock -- br, f. Ada

Mr J. Sherring's b. f. Rage Mr H. Hill's b. c. Ireland's Eve

Mr Shrimpton's b. f. Michaelmas Maid Mr Hornsby's br, c. Blondel

| Mr Wauchope's br. f. Catherine Hayes

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WOLVERHAMPTON. A PRODUCE STARES of 10 sov. each, with 20 added, for threc year olds, colts Sst. 61b.,

fillies &st. 3lb. ; 3lb. allowed, &c. O nce round the Course, starting from the Stand. Mr G. Barton's b. c. Peeping Tom

Mr Griffiths's b. or br. f. Hop-picker 3lb.) Mr Copeland's b. c. The Corporal (31b.) Sir C. Rushout's b. c. Nonsuch (3lb.) Mr E. Dyson's b. c. The Lord of the Manor Mr Skerratt's b. f. by Accident - GargaMr Flintoff's b. f. Ibis

melle Mr Fowler's br. c. Purser (31

Ld Warwick's b. c. (dead) by Pantaloon

Katherine Mr E. Dyson's Remorse, covered by Galipoli, and Mr Williams ns. Jenny Jones (h. b.),

covered by Huon; produce not declared in time. A FOAL STAKES of 10 sov, each, with 20 added, for three year olds, colts 8st, 6lb.,

lb.; the winner of the Derby or Oaks 5lb., and of the Produce Stakes at this meeting, 3lb. extra. Once round, starting from the Stand. Mr Copeland's br. g. The Director

| MrJ. B. Minor's ch. c. The Old Man Mr E. Dyson's b. c. The Lord of the Manor | Mr Parker's bl. c. Bermuda Mr Halford's ch. c. Harvest-home

Mr Wadlow's br. c. Peppermint

DERBY. A PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, if three horses start, for three year

olds, colts est. 71b., fillies and geldings Sst. 3lb. ;3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of the

Derby or Oaks to carry 5lb. extra. One mile and a half.--16 subs. Mr G. Barton's b. c. Bethgelert (31b.) Mr Copeland's b. c. The Corporal (31b.) Mr W. H. Brook's br.c. The Brahmin (3

br. g. The Director La Chesterfield's ch. f. (dead) by The / Mr Denham's ch. f. Babette | ch. c. .

Mr Hesseltine's bl, f. Catch'em
Knight of the Whistle-Dirce (31b.) |

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WARWICK, SHREWSBURY, LINCOLN. MrW.Jepson's ch. f. Bess of Hardwick(31b.) | Mr J. B. Robson's br.' f. by Fancy-Boy or Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. March Bird (316.

Lanercost-Elizabeth (31b.) Mr Parker's b. f. Miss Meek (31b.)

| Sir C. Rushout's b. f. Queen of Spain (h.b.) Mr Pedley's b. f. La Tempesta (31b.)

(31b.) b. or br. c. Fancy Free (311.) Mr J. Scott's br. g. Don Carlos Mr A. Phillips's b. f. Linnet (3lb.)

WARWICK The Guy PRODUCE STAKES of 50 sovs. each, for three year olds, h. ft., colts 8st, 71b.

fillies 8st. 41b.; 3lb. and 4lb. allowed, &c. One mile. Mr Fowler's br. c. Pur sér (3lb.)

Col Peel's b. f. by Tonchstone-Hersey Mr Payne's b. f. Glenluce

(31b.) Col Peel's ch. c. Orpheus

Ld' Warwick's b. c. (dead) by Pantaloon

Katherine The FOAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 25 added for three year olds, colts 8st. 911.,

fillies 8st. 4lb.; 31b, and 41b, allowed, &c. Once round and a distance. Mr E. Dyson's b. c. Prince Rupert (31b.) Mr G. Ongley's br. c. by Gilbert GurneySir J. Hawley's b. c. by Old England-Sci-| Fama

ence (31b.) The GREAT WARWICKSHIRE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies st. 21b.; the winner of the Derby to carry Tlb. of the Oaks, or 2000gs. stakes, 5lb.; of any other three-year old produce stake value 800 sovs. in 1852, 3lb., 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. Mr T. Harrison's ch. c. Thunder

| Mr Payne's b. c. Freestone Sir J. Hawley's b. c. by Old England-Sei

- ch. f. Hirsuta ence

SHREWSBURY

The SALOPIAN PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 20 added, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. Alb.; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of any race to carry 3lb. if of more than 100 sovs. value 5lb. extra ; horses having started four times before the day of running without winning allowed 5lb; the second to save his stake. About.

a mile and a quarter. Mr Copeland's 6. c. The Corporal (31b.) | Mr Minor's ch.c. The Old Man ---- br. g. The Director

Mr Treen's br. f, Blockade Mr E. Dyson's b. c. The Lord of the Manor | Ld Warwick's b. c. (dead) by Pantaloon - - br. c. Prince Rupert

Katherine

er dead) (316.) MYTM

LINCOLN. Second year of the LINCOLN TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sov. each, h. ft., with 50 added for

three year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies &st. 3lb.; horses that have started twice previons to this race and not won, allowed 3lb. ; winners once, 3lb., twice, 5lb. extra ; 3lh, and 5lb, allowed, &c.; the second to save his stake. The winner in the first year 5lb., the

second year the same, of both, 7lb. extra. One mile and a half.-16 subs. Ld Burleigh ns. ch. f. Dorothea

1 *Mr J. Inman's ch. f. Maid of Lincoln (5) Mr W. H. Brooks's br.c. Blaze (dead) .) Mr Monson ns. ch. f. Vision (3lb.) Mr T. Chambers's br. c. by Orlando, da v Mr Osborne's bl. c. March Bird (31b.) Negociator (h.b.) (5lb.)

b.c. Priam the Third (3lb.) Sir Montague Cholmley ns. br. c. The Mr T. H. Pedley's ch. c. Stratagem Brahmin

- ch. c. Wide-awake Mr Hesseltine's b. c. The Governor (31b.) *Mr. W. Wright's ch. f. Valentine's Day, -- bl, f. Cateh'em

(5lb.) Mr C. Higgins' br. c. Apostate

*Ld Yarborough ns. b. f. Merry Bird (31b.) *Mr W.B. Hobson's b. f. Barbata (3lb.) Won in 1851 by The Maid of Lincoln by a length, beating Merry Bird, Valentine's Day,

and Barbata ; only four ran.

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BRIGHTON, RICHMOND, YORK SPRING.

BRIGHTON. The First Year of the First BRIGHTON BIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sov. each, with 100 added,

for two year old colts 8st. 7lb., and fillies 8st. 4lb.; the winner of a stake value 200 sovs. 3lb. extra for every such winning ; no horse to carry more than 9lb. extra. The

second to receive 50 sovs. out of the stakes. T.Y.C.-15 subs. D of Bedford's br. c. St. Benedict

Mr Gratwicke's b. c. Feversham
- ch. f. Oasis

S b.c.Gossip
Mr Burgess's b. c. by Hautboy- Africa Mr Greville's b. f. Flutter

- ch. f. hy Hautboy-Middle, by Mr J. Lucas's br. c. Brightwaltham
Bay Middleton

Mr Osbaldeston's br. f. sis. to Mountain Deer MrJ. s. Douglas's ch.c. The Kaffir

| D of Richmond's b.f. by Lanercost-Estelle Mr Drinkald's b. c. by Mathematician - Mr Wauchope's b.f. Catherine Hayes Kitten

b.f. Bridget MrGratwicke's ch. c. Sittingbourne SECOND DAY.-SWEEPS of 100 sov. each, h, ft., for two yr olds, colts 8st 71b, fillies 8st

41b; TY.C.
Mr Gratwicke's b. f. O.ronia
Mr Shelley's b. c. by Cotherstone, out of Lucy Banks.
Mr Thelluson's ch. c. Rataplan

RICHMOND. The First Year of the ASKE TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., for two

year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 4lb.; the second to receive 10 sovs, out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 5 sovs. to the Fund; 3lb. and 5lb. allowed, &c. Grey Stone

in.--8 subs. Capt Harcourt's b. f. Fairthorn

| Mr R. Wright's ch. f. England's Beauty Mr Meiklam's br. f. Ada (3lb.)

(3lb.) - b, f. Double-shot (31b.)

Ld Zetland's b. f. Comfit (51b.) Mr Morton's b. c. Nestor (51b.)

b. f. Battery (31b.) Mr J. Shepherd's br. f. Blanché (31b.)

BEDFORD. PRODUCE STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 10 ft., for two year old colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. Alb.

31b, and 5lb, allowed, &c. No course mentioned. D of Bedford's b. f. Diomedia, by Weatherbit, out of Taurina (5lb.) Mr H. D. Boulton's b. c. Winter, by Weatherbit, d. by Y. Augustus, out of Norma (5]b.) Mr Ongley's br. c. by Gilbert Gurney, out of Fama (31b.) Mr T. Price's b. c. by Spanish Jack or Don John, out of a ch

Taglioni (5lb.)

YORK SPRING, 1852.

W. M. E. MILNER, Esq., R. READ, Esq., and the Earl of EGLINTON, Stewards.

Mr. NORTH, Clerk of the Course. Mr. Richard JOHNSON, Judge. TUESDAY, April 20.-The CRAVEN STAKES of 5 sov. each, with 30 added, for three

year olds 6st. 81b., four 8st. 4lb., five 8st. lllb., six and aged 9st. 31b.; m. and g. allowed 3lb. One mile. Age. ||

Age. Mr W Allen's b. c. Peniston

3 Mr J. Osborne's br. f. Lady Agnes , 3 Ld Derby's ch. f. Iris

• 4 j Mr J, M. Stanley's b. h. Clincher · 5 - br. c. Croupier . . . 4 | Ld Zetland's b. g. Radulphus .

ses of 10 soy, each with 50 added. for two year olds, colts est. lb.. and fillies 8st. 31b. Winners before starting to carry 21b. extra , beaten horses

allowed 21b. T.Y.C. MrJ. Conroy's b, c, St. Andrew

| Mr G. Rowley's b. c. Bell Tinker Ld Eglinton's b. c Strait Jacket

Mr T. Shepherd na. bl. c. The Plunderer Mr Merry's b. c. Dick Turpin

Mr Wentworth's b. f, Mabella MrJ. Osborne's b. c. Lambton

Í Mr J. F. Woffinden's b. f. The Queen Mr A. Powlett's b. c. Saquenay

Ld Zetland's b. c. Grapeshot

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