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SUBSCRIPTIONS, Advertisements, and Intelligence for the RACING CALENDAR, are received at the Publishers' Office, where may be had most of the Volumes for the last sixty years; also the RACING CALENDAR ABRIDGED, from the earliest accounts to 1750, in one volume ; and the General Stud-Book, in four volumes.
Subscriptions for the Sheet Calendars and the Volume, Twentyeight Shillings per annum, to be paid in advance.
The Volume for 1843 (price 14s.) is sold by M: WHITEHEAD
Herald Office, YORK, Mr Erry
19 Erskine street, LIVERPOOL. Mr REYNOLDS
20 Charles street, BATH. Mrs DEIGHTON, Bookseller WORCESTER, Mr Heatox, Bookseller
NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. Mr CHARLES SMITH
87 Princes street, EDINBURGH. Mr SHARPE
Advertiser Office, WARWICK. Mr FREEMAN
Market square, NORTHAMPTON. At the Coffee Room, Newmarket; and by all Booksellers in town
THE RACING CALENDAR.
The size of the Book CALENDAR has increased and is increasing so much, notwithstanding the use of a smaller type, that the Publishers think it would be more convenient if the Races Past and Races to Come, with the appropriate Indexes to each, were brought out in separate volumes.
The volume containing the Races Past would be ready soon after the termination of the Racing Season, the Races to Come about the usual time, or a little earlier. Subscribers in London, and others who specially order it, might have the volume containing the Races Past as soon as published; but on account of the expense of car. riage, the books would not in general be sent to the subscribers in the Country till both volumes are ready. A small increase of the subscription will, of course, be necessary to carry out this plan.
The Publishers will not decide on such an alteration till they have been able to learn the opinion of the Members of the Jockey Club, and other Gentlemen engaged on the Turf, who are interested in having the work conducted on the most convenient and efficient plan. If this is favourable, a further notice will be given on the subject. In the meantime, the subscription for 1844 will commence on the Ist of March, and on the usual terms.
The Publishers particularly request that the Owners of Brood Mares will make an early return of this year's Foals, to be included in the Fifth Volume of the Stud-Book, now preparing for publication.
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