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Age st. ll. Mr W. Williams's ch. h. Chief Justice, by The Hydra Mr Stirling Crawford's br. h. Darkie, by Sir Hercules

5 7 Ld Ribblesdale na. b. f. Hesse Homburg, by Robert de Gorham


6 Ld Wilton's br. g. Herbert, by Venison

6 7 Ld J. Scott na. b. g. Combatant, by Combat

Mr J. M. Stanley's br. c. Storyteller, by Ascot
Mr Parkinson's b. c. Grand Duke, by Sir Hercules
Count Batthyany's br. g. Jack-in-the-Corner, by The Conjuror

aged 6 12 Mr H. Stebbing's b. c. Knook Knoll, by Sir Hercules

6 10 Mr Stevenson na. br. c. Tom Holtby, by Lanercost

4 6 Mr Morris's ch. c. Haresfoot, by Thistlewhipper

4 6 Mr H. Drew's br. m. Ballet Girl, by Earl of Richmond

5 6 3

6 6 Capt Scott na. ch. m. May Day, by Brother to Riddlesworth Ld Clifden's b. c. Harpsichord, by Touchstone

4 6 0 Mr Magenis's br. f. Ingratitude, by Jerry

4 5 8 Mr S. Merry na. br. g. Cyclops by Venison

4 5 8 Mr Thompson's b. c. Bloud Royal, by British Yeoman

3 5 7 Mr Fiennes' b. c. Old Rowley, by The Merry Monarch

3 5 5 Mr G. W. White's b. f. Pluck, by Venison

5 2 Mr Mare's ch. c. by Faugh-a-Ballagh,"out of Delia

4 12 Mr A. Isted na. b. c. Farmer's Boy, by Trueboy

4 10 Ld Chesterfield's b. f. by Lanercost, out of Jemima

3 4 9 Mr. J. King na. b. c. Surprise (h. b.) by St. Lawrence

3 4 9 Mr Francis Villiers na. b. f. Royalty, by Bay Middleton

3 4.81 Mr F. Villiers na. br. c. Poodle, by Ion

3 4 5 La Southampton na. br. f. Termagant, by Cotherstone :

3 4.0 The WHITTLEBURY STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 100 added, for two and three year olds ;

two year olds 6st. 4lb., and three years 8st. 81b., fillies and geldings allowed 31b. The winner of the New Stakes at Ascot, July Stakes, Ham, Champagne, or the Two Year Old Stakes at Doncaster, Clearwell, Prendergast, or Criterion, to carry 71b.; of any other stakes with 20 subscribers, or of the value of 300 sovs., 5lb. extra ; all other winners before starting (matches excepted) 31b. for each winning-weights to he accumu.

lative, but no horse to carry more than 9lb. extra. Ahout three-quarters of a mile. Count Batthyany's b. c. Stone Plover, 2 yrs Ld Exeter's bl. c. Ambrose, 3 yrs b. f. The Pearl, 2 yrs

Mr Gratwicke's b. f. O.zonia, 2 yrs D of Bedford's bl. c. Nathan, 2 yrs

Mr Greville's f. Frenzy, 2 yrs Sir W. Booth's b. c. Azael, 3 yrs

-- b. f. Flutter, 2 yrs Mr Bouverie's b. f. Loophole, 3 yrs Mr Halford's br. c. Peppermint, 3 yrs Mr J. Brown's br c. Dangerous, 3 yrs Mr W. Harris ns. ch. c. by Cranebrook, Mr Carew's b. c. Pantomime, 2 yrs

mare unknown, 2 yrs b. c. The Sutler, 3 yrs

Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Mocassin, 2 yrs Ld Chesterfield's ch. f. by Don John-Je- La Jersey's b.c. Cheddar, 2 yrs mima, 2 yrs

Capt Lowther's ch. g. The Tumblot, 3 yrs Mr Clark's br. c. Early Bird (dead), 2 yrs Mr Morris's b. c. King David, 2 yrs Mr T. Dawson ns. b. c. Stilton, 3 yrs Mr J. Osborne's b. c. Prince Patrick (dead), ns. b. f. Double-shot, 2 yrs

3 yrs Ld Derby's b. c. Longbow, 3 yrs

Mr Payne's ch.

f. Glenavon, 2 yrs b. c. The Fledgling, 3 yrs

b. c. War-whoop, 2 yrs Mr Drage's br. f. Postulant, 2 yrs

Capt Rous ns. bl. c. Dabchick, 2 yrs Mr Drinkald's b. c. by Mathematician, Mr Stevenson's ch.c. St. Crispin (h.b.) 2 yrs Kitten, 2 yrs

Ld Strathmore's b. f. Wee-thing, 2 yrs gr. c. by Sleight-of-hand, d.(1835) Mr G. Sturt's br. f. Cinaminta, 2 yrs by Comus, 2 yrs

Mr F. Villiers ns. c. Feramurz, 2 yrs La Eglinton's ch. c. The Fowler, 2 yrs Mr Watson's br. c Lorraine, 2 yrs ch. g. Pelopidas, 3 yrs

Ld Westminster's b. f. Captious, 3 yrs Ld Exeter's b. f. Vest, 2 yrs The Trial, STAKES of 10 sov. each, with 40 added ; 3 yrs, 6st. ; 4 yrs, 8st.; 5 yrs, Est. Eb;

6 yrs and aged, 8st. 131b. One mile.-12 subs. Mr Armstrong's b. f. Equal, 3 yrs

Mr Meiklam's ch. c. Paddy Bird, 3 yrs Mr T. Barne's b. f. Trinket, 4 yrs

Mr J. Pilling's br. c. The High Sherif, 3 yrs Count Batthyany's br. c. The Monk, 3 yrs Mr Robinson's c. by Venison-Glee, 3 yrs Mr Fiennes b. Old Rowley, 3 yrs

Mr Saxon's bl. c. The Doctor, 4 yrs Mr Halford's br. c. The Prime Minister, 4 yrs

br. c. Richard Primmer, 3 yrs Mr Martinson's b. f. Nancy, 4 yrs

Mr J. M. Stanley's b. h. Clincher, 5 yrs


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THURSDAY.-The ALTHORP PARK STAKES of 10 sov. eachi, with 50 added for two yr

olds, colts est 7lb. and fillies st. 31b.; any winner before starting to carry 5lb. extra.

T.Y.C. in, about half a mile.-29 subs. Gen Anson's ch. f. Rumor

Mr Mare's ch. f. by Epirus-Horton Yates's Mr Armstrong's ch. f. Sister to Iracundus dam Count Batthyany's b. f. Stone Plover Mr Merry's b. c. Dich Turpin D of Bedford's b. c. Gossip

b. c. Rob Roy - bl. c. Nathan

Mr Morris's 6.c. King David Mr Jas. Clark's b, f. Lady Emily (h. b.) Mr C. A, Parker's ch, c. Ace of Trumps Ld Clifden's b, c. Molasses

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

b. f. Glenavon Mr Flintoft's b. c. Whalebone

Mr Spencer na. col. b. f. Prevention Mr Ford's bl. or br. f. Madame Landeau MrJ. M. Stanley's b. c. Mustang Mr W. Gulliver's b. c. Chilton

ch. c. Heliogabalus Mr Hayter's br. f. Postulant

Mr Stephenson's b. f. Promise Mr C, Liley's br. f. Bracelet

Ld Warwick's br. c. Balloon Mr Little's b. c. Chesterton

Mr E. Why's b. c. Don Quixote Ld Lurgan's b. c. Middlethorpe

Ld Wilton's b.c. by Assault, d. by Lanercost

--The Nun EÁRL SPENCER's Place of 100 sov., added to a Handicap of 15 sov. each, and only 5 if

declared by the 15th of March. A winner of any Handicap after the pnblication of the weights, 7lb. extra. 5 furlongs.-47 subs. Age. st. lb.

Age, st. lb. Truth, by The Libel

4 9
Serus, by Bay Middleton

4 70 The Prime Minister, by Melbourne 4 & 10 Sagacity, by Theon

aged 7 0 Bordeau.r, by Cotherstone

5 8 7 Iracundus, by Thistlewhipper 4 6 12 Heart-breaker, by Don John

8 7 Haresfout, by Thistlewhipper 6 12 Thornhill, by Emilius 6 3 Curl, by Epirus

4 6 10 Merry Peal, by Slane

Follow-me-Lad, by Epirus

4 6 10 Tonic, by Theon

8 0 By Prince CARA DOC bl. c.-Miss Guy Mannering, by Bay Middleton 4 8 0 Julia Bennett

4 6 10 Loadstone, by Touchstone

aged 7 13 Masham, by Nutwith Sir Robert (h. b.),

by Tariff 5 7 13 Fledgling, The, by I. Birdcatcher 3 Mark Tapley, by The Hydra

7 13

Scavenger (h. b.). Catalpa, by Epirus


712 Lady Agnes, by 1. Birdcatcher 6 4 Faux Pas, by Taurus

7 12
Timid Fawn, by Red Deer

6 Forester (h. b.), by Alpheus 6 7 11 Freedom, by Cotherstone

3 6 3 Hunger ford, by John oʻGaunt

7 11 Ventre a Terre, by Pantaloon 4.60 Tightwaist, by Y. Longwaist 4 7 9 Flounce, by Slane.

5 11 Breba, by Touchstone 7 9 Pluck, by Venison

5 11 Louis Napoleon, by Lanercost 4 7 Stamford, by Plenipotentiary 5 10 Leybuurne, by Epirus

4 7

Lady in Waiting, by The Emperor 3 5 10 The Heriot, by Velocipede

7 7 Water Lily, by Touchstone 3 5 10 Warwick, by Slane

5 7 7 Butterfly, by The Knight of the Forlorn Hope, by Charles XII. 4


3 5 7 Woodlark, by Venison 6 7 5 By BALLINKEELE; b. f.-Dart :

3 5 7 Arlette, by Archy.

5 75 By Don John, gr. g., d. by Priam Edward of York, by Picaroon 4 7

-Mrs Taft's dam

3 5 4 The INNKEEPERS’ PLATE of 50 sovs. added to-a Handicap of 10 sov.each, h. ft. The win

ner of the Northamptonshire, Great Warwickshire, or Doncaster Handicap (if run after this race is made), 7lb. extra. Once round.-12 subs. Age, st. lb.

Age, st. lb. Clothworker, by The Prime Warden 6 90 Milk Boy, by Melbourne

4 Chief Justice, by The Hydra

8 12 Fochabers, by The Emperor 4 7 Mark Tapley, by The Hydra

8 12
Hirsuta, by Cotherstone

6 0 Woodlark, by Venison

7 12 By VENISON, V. C.-Passion 3 5 10 Ballet Girl, by E. of Richmond 7 6 Queen of Spain, The, (h. b.), by Clown, The, by Pantaloon

5 7 6
Spanish Jack

3 5 5 Avia, by Faugh a-ballagh

6 11 THE DELAPRE STAKES of 5 sov, each, with 25 added ; three yr olds 7st., and four 8st.

10lb. ; m. and g. allowed 3 lb. One mile. Mr T. Barnes's b. f. Trinket, 4 yrs

Mr R, G, Collier's b. c. Hambletonian, 3 yrs Count Batthyany's b.f. The Incurable, 4 yrs Capt Lowther's ch.g. The Tumbler, 3 yrs Mr Bouverie's b. f. Loophole, 3 yrs

Mr Meiklam's ch. c. Paddy Bird, 3 yrs Mr J. Brown's br. c. Dangerous, 3 yrs Mr Saxon's bl. c. The Black Doctor, 4 yrs Mr E. R. Clark's br. g. Edward of York, 4 yrs - br. c. Richard Primmer, 3 yrs


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The NORTHAMPTONSHIRE CUP STAKES, by Subscription of 10 sov. each, for horses of all

ages. 3 yrs, 6st. 9lb. ; 4 yrs, 8st. 71b.; 5 yrs, 9st. llb.; 6 yrs and aged, 9st. 41b. The winner to be sold for 500 sovs, if demanded, and to suhscribe to the stakes in 1853.

Two miles one furlong.
D. of Buccleuch h. Chief Justice, 5 yrs Ld Spencer na. ch.


Clothworker, 6 yrs Sir C. Knightley na. b. c. The Pructor, 4 yrs Mr A. Stafford na. br. c. Milkboy, 4 yrs Capt Lowther's b. f. Pancake, 3 yrs Mr J. M. Stanley's br. h. Abdallah, 5 yrs Mr Maunsell na. b. f. The Queen of Spain Capt. Villiers na. b. c. Bro. to Willingham,

(h. b.), 3 yrs Mr Meiklam's ch. c. Paddy Bird, 3 yrs Capt. Vyse na. b. h. Mark Tapley, 5 yrs Ld Southampton na. br. m. Ballet Girl, 5yrs

3 yrs


Mr. RADPORD, Secretary. Mr. R. JOHNSON, Judge. Mr. J. GRAY, Clerk of the Course. TUESDAY, June 22.- The North DERBY of 10 sov, each, with 100 added, for three year

olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st 21b.; the winner of any stake before starting, value 500 sov., to carry 5lb. extra ; the second to receive 50 sov. out of the stakes ; and the winner to pay 10 gs. to the Judge. Once round.-24 subs. Mr H. Baker's b. or br. c. Tomato

Mr Merry's b.c. Garibaldi Mr G. Barton's bl. c. The Surveyor

Sir C. Monk's br. f. Gossamer
b. or ro. f. Helen Faucit

Mr J. Osborne's b. c. The King of Troy
Mr Bowes's ch.c. by Verulam-Wiasma Mr E. Phillips's ch. c. Koh-i-noor
Mr Dawson's b,c. Stilton

Baron M. Rothschild's ch. c. by PhlegonLd Eglinton's br. c. Shagram

Marinella bl. c. Lucio

Mr Rothwell's br. c. Emerystone Mr J. Eyke's br. f, My Fancy

Mr Scott's ch. c. Phantom Mr Harrison's br. c. The Major

br. g. Don Carlos Mr R. Harrison's br. c. by Melbourne-Sally Mr Shepherd's ch.c. King of Trumps Warfoot

Mr J. Shepherd's ch. f. Alberta (dead) Mr T. Lister's b, f. Lizzy

Mr W. Stebbing's b.c. Young Hawthorn Mr Meiklam's ch.c. Consultation

Mr H. Wadlow's b, f. Miss Lavinia The Third year of the SECOND TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft, for four

year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 41b.; the second to receive 10 per cent., and the

third 5 per cent out of the stakes. Two miles.-17 subs. Mr W. Baxter's br. c. The Roman

Mr A. Johnstone's ch. f. Marion Mr Bowes's ch. c. Ipsus

Sir C. Monck's br. f. by Galanthus-Castch. f. Epira

away ch. f. Kalonga

MrJ. H. Peart's b. c. by Velocipede, out of Ld Eglinton's b. c. Bonnie Dundee

Albatross b. f. Emeute

-- b.f. (dead) by Bay Middleton, out Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Don John, out of of Margaret Miss Whip

Mr J. Scott's b. f. Frolicsome - 10. f. by Lanercost, or Retriever, *

b, c. Presto out of Physalis

*+Mr G. Wentworth's ch. c. Areth Mr A. Johnstone's br. f. by Charles XII.- Mr Bowes's Mowerina, covered by Prize. Executrix

fighter-wrong nomination. Won in 1850 by Azeth, beating Presto by a head; only two ran.

In 1851 walked over for by Azeth. The TYRO STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 41b.; a winner of 100 sovs, before starting, 21b. extra. The second to save his

stake and the winner to pay 5 guineas to the Judge. T.Y.C.-14 subs. Mr R. Bell's ch. f. Ann Eliza

Mr Martinson's b. c. Bell Tinker
Mr J. Bumby's b. c. Ace of Trumps Mr Merry's br. f. Charming Woman
Mr J. Collingwood's b. c. Tweedside

Mr Neill's b. f. Miss Ilderton
Mr D. Dawson's ch. f. England's Beauty Mr J. Osborne's b. c. Lambton
LI Eglinton's b. c. Strait Jacket

Mr A. C. Powlett's b. or br.

c. Saquenay Mr T. Fryer's b. c. Nestor

Mr C. Spencer's b. or br. f. Poetess Mr Gray ns. br. c. Goorkah

Mr J. F. Woffenden's b. f. The Queen WEDNESDAY.-Second year of the THIRD TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sov. each,

h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 77b., fillies 8st. 4lb. ; the second to receive 10 per

cent., and the third 5 per cent. out of the stakes. Two miles.--11 subs. Mr Dawson's b, f. The Bitch

Ld Eglinton's b, c, Claverhouse Ld Eglinton's b. f. Veracity

ch. 8. Pelopidas




Capt Harcourt's b. c. Burndale

Mr J. Scott's b. f. Songstress *Mr Meiklam's br. f. Evadne

br. g. Don Carlos b. c. Cleveland

*Mr Wrather's bl. f. by Trueboy, - Miss Mr B. Plummer's b. c. Young Hawthorn Lydia

Won in 1851 by Evadne, beating Trueboy filly by a length : only two run. PRODUCE STAKES of 25 sov. each, h. ft., for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 41b.;

31b. and 5lb. allowed, &c.; if four start, the second to save his stake, T.Y.C. subs. La Eglinton's b. c. Erycthon

Mr B. Plummers b. c. Lord Fauconberg Mr Merry's b. c. Craigends (5lb.)

(31b.) Sir C. Monk's b. c. by Touchstone-Gar

b. c. Axwell (5lb.) land

Mr Wentworth sbr. f. Mabella Mr Pedley ns. ch. f. by Velocipede

Cracker (3lb.) The NORTHUMBERLAND PLATE of 200 sov., added to a Handicap Stakes of 15 sov. each,

10 ft., and only 5 if declared by a day to be named when the weights are published. The second to receive 50 sov, out of the stakes, and the third to save his stake. The winner to pay 25 sov. towards expenses. A winner of a Handicap subsequent to the declaration of the weights, of 200 sov. or upwards, to carry 6lb. extra ; of two of that value 9lb. extra; the winner of the Derby or Chester Cup 9lb., of the Oaks 6lb. extra; no horse to carry more than 9lb. extra. Weights to be declared by the 14th of March. -2 miles, Age, st. lb.

Age, st. lb. Alp, The, by The Provost


Knook Knoll, by Sir Hercules 4 Backbiter, by Gladiator or Don

Lady Eden, by Auckland John

aged By LANERCOST, b. f. out of Jemima 3 Bird-on-the-Wing, by Birdcatcher 3

Mark Tapley, by, The Hydra Bethgelert, by Lanercost.

Merry Bird, by Irish Birdcatcher 3 By BIRDCATCHER (Irish) b. c., out

Miss Ann, by The Little Known of Flower of the Tees.


Miserrima, by Pantaloon Caracara, by Irish Birdcatcher

Mouse, by Mus Calculator, by Camel


Musician, by Lanercost Castaway, The (late Capt. Grant),

By MORGAN RATTLER, br. g. by Freney


5 Captain Flash, by Faney Boy 3

Nancy, by Pompey Chief Justice, by The Hydra 5

Neasham, hy Hetman Platoff Chatterbor, by Magpie


Orelio, by Orlando Confessor, The, by Cowl.

Paquettu, by The Provost Conrad, by Lanercost

Pelopidus, by Irish Birdcatcher. Cossack, by Hetman Platoff aged Phantom, by Irish Birdcatcher 3 Constellation, by Lanercost

Proctor, The, by The Provost 4 Colsterdale, by Lanercost


Rachetée, by Irish Birdcatcher Duxbury, by Lanercost

Ringleuder, by Paugh-a-ballagh Elthiron, by Pantaloon


Russborough, by Tearaway. England's Glory, by Emilius or

Sally, by Ithuriel. Clarion

Sledmere, by Sleight-of-hand 4 Galvanism, by The Doctor

St. Michael, by Delirium Goldfinder, by Faugh-a-ballagh

Snowdrop, by Galanthus . Gujeerat, by Galaor

Songstress, by Irish Birdcatcher Goliah, by Touchstone

Stafford, by Faugh-a-ballagh Gholab Singh, by Defence or Galaor 4 Stilton, by Cotherstone

3 Hafed, by Hetman Platoff

Story Teller, by Ascot

4 Haricot, by Mango or Lanercost

Sutler, The, by Touchstone Haresfoot, by Thistlewhipper

Tame, by Freedom or Red Deer High Sherif, The, by Red Deer

Tragedian, by Lanercost. Hothorpe, by Cotherstone

Trickstress, by Sleight-of-hand Hungerford, by John o'Gaunt

Vivandière, by Voltaire

4 Ischia, by Ithuriel

Young Altisidora, by Henriade aged Jack Leeming, by Voltaire


Young Hawthorn, by Lanercost John Dory, by Alpheus .


Young Troublesome, by Dr Woods 4 THURSDAY.-The GATESHEAD or LOTTERY STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added,

for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st 41b.; the second to save his stake.

miles.-14 subs. Mr Bowes's ch. c. Daniel O'Rourke

Mr Dawson's ch. c. The Varmint Mr W. H. Brook's br. e, The Brahmin Ld Eglinton's ch.g. Pelopidas

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76 NEWTON, LICHFIELD, BATH AND SOMERSET, 1852. LI Eglinton's b. c. The Sheltie

Mr A. Nichol's bl. f. Miss Sarah b. f. Veracity

Mr Pedley's ch. c. Stratagem Mr Merry's b. c. Garibaldi

Mr B. Plummer's b. c. Byker b.c. Happy Joe

Mr J. Scott's br. g. Don Carlos Sir C. Monk's br, f. Gossamer

Ld Zetland's ch. c. Augur The GOLD CUP STAKES of 10 sov. each, for three year olds 6st. 101b., four 8st. 5lb., five

9st., six and aged 9st. 31b.; m. and g. allowed 31b.; the winner of the Northumberland Plate to carry 3lb. extra. Gentlemen taking a nomination, and not starting, to be subject to the payment of 3 sov., which will be given to the second horse. The

winner is expected to subscribe to this Stake for the following year.-Two miles. Mr T. E. Headlam na. br. f. Evadne, 3 yrs Mr S. Ogle na. br. c. Bethgelert, 3 yrs Mr J. H. Hinde na. bl. c. Lucio, 3 yrs

Mr W. Ord na, b. f. Burndale, 3 yrs Mr Martinson's br. f. Nancy, 4 yrs

Mr S. Parker na. b. f. Songstress, 3 yrs Mr Meiklam's b. c. Stilton, 3 yrs

Ld J. Scotts h. f. Miserrima, 4 yrs Mr Merry's b. m. Miss Ann, 6 yrs

Mr Wentworth's ch. c. Azeth, 4 yrs "ch. c. Ringleader, 4 yrs

Mr Wrather na. b. c. The Proctor, 4 yrs To close and name for the MEMBERS' PLATE HANDICAP and GRAND STAND STAKES on Wednesday, in

the week following York Spring Meeting, and for the CONVIVIAL and AMATEUR WELTER STAKES and CORPORATION PLATE, on Wednesday in the week after Chester races.

NEWTON. The Earl of STRATHMORE, Mr. DRINKALD, and Mr. LEIGH.-STEWARDS. The GOLBORNE PARK STAKES of 10 sov. each, h. ft., with 50 sov. added, for three year

old fillies, Sst. 316.; the winner of the Oaks 71b., or of any other Sweepstakes (not being a handicap) of the clear value of 100 sov., 31b.; of 200 sov. or more, 5lb. extra, but not to be accumulative; the winner to pay 10 sov. towards expenses. No course

mentioned.-7 subs. Mr Copeland's ch. f. The Lady Amyott Mr Wadlow's b. f. Miss Lavinia Mr J. Eyke's br. 1. My Fancy

Mr Wilkin's ch. f. Sarah Ellis Mr J. Shepherd's ch. f. Alberta (dvad) Mr Worthington's b. f. Jessica Mr Thirlby's b. f. Mary Ann The Newton St. LEGER STAKES of 10 sov. each, with 50 added, for three year olds,

colts 8st. 71b., fillies and geldings 8st. 31b. The winner of the Derby 7lb. ; of the Oaks or any Sweepstakes (not a handicap) in that year of 300 sov. 5lb. extra. The winner to pay 10 sov. towards expenses. Mile and a half.— subs. Mr Barton's b. c. Bethgelert

Mr Harrison's br. c. The Major ch. c. Scipio

Mr Keegan's ch. f. Matilda Mr Copeland's b. c. The Corpural

Mr Osborne's b. c. Prince Patrick (dead) Mr Cotgreave's b. c. Allan-a-dale

LICHFIELD. PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs, each, with 20 added, for three year old colts 8st, 6lb., fillies

&st. 3lb.; 3lb. allowed, &c. No course mentioned.--6 subs, Mr Copeland's b. c. The Corporal (31b.) Ld Warwick's b. c. (dead) by Pantaloon br. g. The Director

Katherine Mr Flintoff's b. f. Ibis (31b.)

Mr White's ch. f. Quicksight, late Amy

Mr J. Bell is a subscriber, but did not name.


Sir J. HAWLEY and Mr. GRATWICKE, STEWARDS. Mr. CLARK, Judge.-Mr. E. REYNOLDS, Secretary,--Mr. HIDBURD, Starter. TUESDAY, May 18.–The LANSDOWN TRIAL STARES of 15 sov. each, 10 st., with 50

added ; three year olds 7st., four 8st. 71b., five 9st., six and aged 9st. 31b; m. and g. allowed 31b. The winner to be sold for 600 sov. if demanded in the usual way, unless

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