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The Thursday Selling Stakes of 150 sov. by subscription of 4gs each, with 108 added, for two yrs old, 8st utb, three, 9st 13tb, four and apwards, 10st. 71b: m. and g. allowed 315; the winner to be sold by auction for 50 sov.; six furlongs (11 subs.-1501.) Mr T. Green's b. or br. g. Loch Leven, by Prince Charlie, 3 yrs

Snowden 1 Mr P. Renfrew's b. f. Cymbalaria, 3 yrs

Archer 2 Mr T. Brown's b. c. Beenham, 3 yrs

A. Giles 3 Mr W. Stevenson's br. c. Explosion, 3 yrs

Pla:t Ld Cardross's br. h. Dickens, 5 yrs

Watts Mr T. Holmes's ch. c. Floridor, 3 yrs

Fagan Mr T. Hodgman's b. c. My Boy, 2 yrs

Luke Mr W. Bungay's b. c. Troilus, 2 yrs

J. Woodburn 7 to 4 agst Loch Leven, 7 to 2 agst Cymbalaria, 4 to 1 agst

Dickens, and 100 to 8 agst any other. Won easily by two lengths, a head between the second and third. The winner was bought in for 250gs, and Mr Brown claimed

Cymbalaria. The Lancaster Nursery Handicap of 500 60v. added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sov. each for starters (the sweepstakes to the second), for two yrs old; winners extra; entrance logs for acceptors; seven furlongs (19 subs.-4841. 108.) Mr Somers's Carlton, by Pell Mell, 6st 10th - Tomlisson 1 Mr J. H. Houldsworth's b. f. by Springfield, out of Ivy 6st 3th (car. 6st 5fb)

Wall 2 Mr J. Cannon's Brilliant, 78t

H. Arnull 3 Mr Leigh's Andrassy, 8st 12th

Archer Gen. Owen Williams's Pretty Face, 8st C. Wood Mr R. Vyner's Lord Lumley, 7st Tolb

Platt Mr Townley-Parker's Going Away, 7st 6 i (car. 7st 8 lb)

G. Barrett Mr G. Walker's Pennant, 7st 7D

J. Woodburn Mr C. Austin's Protectionist, 7st 6lb

Rawlinson Ld Capell's Arga, 7st 6th

Goodway Mr H. Hungerford's Little Lady, 7st 3ib (car. 7st 4ib)

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Mr F. Morton's Witty Prince, 7st 3th

E. Martin
Mr T. Cannon's Tib, 7st 3b (incl. 7 fb extra) Lashmar
Mr Leopold de Rothschild's The Fiddler's Wife,
7st i fb (car. 7 st 3lb)

F. Barrett
Mr Childu ick's Discoverer, 6st lish (car. 7st) A. White
Mr H. Hall's Wild Beauty, 6st 6 lb (car. 6st 91b) Chandley
Sir R. Jardine's b. c. by Tynedale, out of Lotus,
6st

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Mr G. Cleveland's Wild Notes, 5st 131 Liddiard

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Mr W. Sanderson's Wild Moss, 5st 8 lb (ear. 5st 9lb)

Mullens 4 to 1 agst Carlton, 5 to 1 agst Andrassy, 13 to 2 agst the

Lotus colt, 7 to 1 agst The Fiddler's Wife, 10 to i agst
Brilliant, 100 to 8 each agst Discoverer, the Ivy filly,
Witty Prince, Protectionist. and Arga, and 20 to 1 each
agst Pennant, Little Lady, Wild Notes, and Wild Moss.
Won by a length, the same between the second and

third. The Flying Welter Handicap of 5 sov. each for starters, with 150 added; the second received 25 sov. out of the stakes; entrance 3gs; five furlongs, straight (16 subs. --1961. 178.) Yr J. O'Neili's Mallow, by York, 3 yrs, 9st 9 lb Archer 1 Mr H. Hungerford's Brighton, 3 yrs, Ast 5lb C. Wood Mr T. Spence's Lobster, 3 yrs, 8st 310

Fagan 3 Mr C. Hibbert's Princess Victoria, 3 yrs, 7st 5th A. White 4 Mr Eastern's Sulphur, aged, 9st

Watts Mr Townley. Parker's Pillery, 4 yrs, 8st 131b A. Giles Mr G. Oliver's Banker, 4 yrs, 8st site

Weldon Mr A. Greasley's Flower of England, 6 yrs, 8st 8 lb

. Bruckshaw Mr J. Drislane's Jane Shore, 4 yrs, 8st 5lb

Platt Sir R. Jardine's Linda, 4 yrs, 8st 2th

.C. Bowman Mr Osmond's Castagnette,

E. Martin D. of B--aufort's Ishah, 4 yrs, 7st 10ib G. Barrett Mr R. Crompton's Royal Duke, 5 yrs, 7st 5lb Rawlinson

5 Mr T. Leader's Gwendraeth, 3 yrs, 7st 31 F. Barrett Mr W. Walker's Lively, 4 yrs, 78t 2lb (car. 7st 311)

Goodway Mr H. Chaplin's Harmattan, 3 yrs, 7st J. Woodburn 3 to 1 ayst Mallow, 6 to 1 each agst Brighton and Sulphur,

100 to 12 agst Isbah, 100 to 8 each agut Pillery, Lobster,
Princess Victoria, and Jave Shore, 100 to 6 each agst
Gwendraeth, Linda, and Harmattan, and 20 to 1 agst
Banker. Won by three lengths, four lengths between

the second and third. The County Welter Handicap of 7 sov. each for starters, with 200 sov, added; the second received 25 sov. out of the stakes; entrance 3gs; one mile (10 subs.—2341. 178.) Capt. Jones's Tice, by Umpire, 3 yrs, 8st uitb G. Barrett i Mr J. Pickersgill's ch. g. by Salvator, out of Peffar, 5 yrs, 9st 6th

Bruckshaw 2 Mr W. l'Anson's Prince Rudolph, 4 yrs, 8st 91b Fagan 3 Gen. Owen Williams's Nautilus, 5 yrs, 10st 2 tb Archer Mr H. Macksey's Gaiety, 5 yrs, 9st 11 fb C. Wood Mr T. Leader's Quicklime, 6 yrs, 9st 10th - A. Giles

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D. of Beaufort's Maria Renata, 3 yrs, 8st 12 lb F. Barrett Mr R. Gladstone's Dowry, 5 yrs, 8st 10lb

Platt Mr R. Rodley's Gisela, 5 yrs, 8st 910 C. Bowman Mr T. Cannon's Dunbridge, 3 yrs, 8st 6ló (car. 8st 9th)

Watts 11 to 8 agst Tice, 100 to 30 sgst Nautilus, 100 to 12 agst the

Peffar gelding. 10 to 1 agst Dunbridge, 100 to 8 each ag-t Maria Renata, Quicklime, Prince Rudolph, and Dowry, and 100 to 7 agst Gaiety. Won by a length, a

bad third. The Cuerden Stakes of 5 sov, each, with 100 adilet, for two yrs oid, 8st 12th, three, 10st 27b, four and upwards, 10st 8th; . and g. allowed 31); the winner to be solil by auction for 50 sov.; five furlongs (16 subs.- 1751.) Cupt. Machell's b.c. Rosy Morn, by Rosicrucian,

F. Barrett 1 Mr Ė. R. Smith's b. c. Lord Byron, 4 yrs G. Barrett 2 Mr R. Peck's b. c. Forbidden Fruit, 2 yrs - A. Giles 3 Mr W. G. Stevens's b. f. Songstress, 3 yrs

Watts Capt. Maudslay's b. f. Breakfast, 3 yrs

Weldon Ld Hastings's ch. c. Sir Nigel, 2 yrs ·

Archer Mr W. Stevenson's ch. f. Pastime, 2 yrs

. l'lait Mr J. Shepherd's b. h. Sir Joseph, aged Heartfielel Mr C. Lund's b. h. Dunmore, 6 yrs

Bruckshaw Mr W. Burton's b. f. Capitolina, 4 yrs

Wainwright Mr T. Green's br. c. Blitz, 3 yrs

Snowden 11 to 10 on Rosy Morn, 6 to 1 agst Blitz, 8 to 1 agst Sir

Nigel, and 10 to 1 agst Forbidden Fruit. Won by a neck, two lengths between the second and third. - The

winner was bougbt in for 230gs. The De Trafford Welter Handicap of 400 sov. added to a Suet pstakes of 5 sov. euch for starters (the sweepstakes to the second); entrance 10gs fur acceptors; one mile and a half (12 subs.—38+1. 108.) Mr W. J. Legh’s Radius, by Hampton, 3 yrs, 9st 5 lb

A. Giles Mr T. Cannon's Polemic, 5 yrs, 8st 8th (car. 8st 9th) Watts Mr Townley-Parker's Pirate of Penzance, 3 yrs, 8 st I lh

A. White 3 Mr W. Stevenson's Nightcap, 3 yrs, 8st 918- Platt + Mr Abington's Ben Alder. 5 yrs, 9st

- Archer Mr H. B. Craig's Old Nobility, 4 yrs, &st 1316 F. Barrett Mr C. Morgan's Old Gold, 5 yrs, 8st 11 tb -Weldon Ld Cawdor's The General, 3 yrs, 8st 10lb G. Barreit Ld Hartington's Sir Kenneth, 3 yrs, 8st 9ib La-buiar Capt. Lee Barber's Ivanhoe, 5 jis, 8st 4 lt C. Wood

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Marquis Talon's Trump Ace, 4 yrs, 8st J. Woodburn Sir R. Jardine's Beaumont, 3 yrs, 7st 121b • C. Bowman 3 to 1 agst Sir Kenneth, Il to 2 agst Ivanhoe, 6 to 1 each

agst Radius and The General, 100 to 15 agst Beaumont, 7 to 1 agst Old Nobility, 10 to 1 each agst Polemic and Ben Alder, and 100 to 8 each agst Old Gold and Pirate of Pepzance. Won easily by fuur lengths, half a length

between the second and third, a bad fourth. FRIDAY.-A Maiden Plate of 100gs, for all ages, maidens at entry; entrance 3 sov.; five furlongs (1021.) Capt. Machell's Snowdoun, by Sterling, 2 yrs, 8st 10 lb (car. 8st 1210)

Archer ) Mr Brydges Willyams's c. by Coltness, out of Creole, 2 yrs, est

Tomlisson 2 Sir R. Jardine's ch. f. by Adventurer, out of Fanny Day, 2 yrs, 7st 11tb

C. Bowman

3 La Fiartington's b. or br. c. by Iermit, out of Belphobe, 2 yrs, ést

Lashmar 4 Mr R. W. Armstrong's Sagamore, 3 yrs, 9st iib owner Mr Osmond's Palmyra, 2 yrs, 7st litt E. Martin Mr Thompson's Juliana, 2 yrs, 7st 11th

Fngan Mr J. Waugh's b. f. by Sterling, out of Casuistry, 2 yrs, 7st litt

G. Barrett 12 to 10 agst the Casuistry filly, 4 to 1 agst Snowdoun, 100

to 15 agst the Fanny Day filly, 10 to 1 agst the Bel. phche colt, and 100 to 8 agst'any other. Won easily by

two lengths, a neck between the second and third. The Worsley Nursery Handicap of 5 sov. each for starters, with 150 sov. adiled, for two yrs old; winners extra; entrance 3gs; five furlongs (14 subs.—2111. 178.) Mr H. Robertson's br. c. by Muncaster, out of Reveillon, 8st 410

Fagan Mr A. Brisco's Phonograph, 6st 12tb

Wall 2 Gen. Owen Williams's Pretty Face, 8st 121b- C. Wood Mr Somers's Wine Sour, 7st 10lb (incl. Toto extra)

G. Barrett 4 Ld Calthorpe's Scherzo, 7st 11th

F. Barrett
Sir R. Jardine's ch. c. by Adventurer, out of Miss
Pool, 7 st 9 lb (car. 78t 10lb)

C. Bowman
Mr C. Austin's St Valentine II, 7st 7 tb Rawlinson
Mr W. Burton's Lady Beauclerc, 7st 6 lbs J. Woodburn
Mr T. Cannon's Ricotta, 7 st 4 tb

E. Martin Mr Manton's Helen of Troy, 7 st 3fb G. Woodburn Mr J. Coates's The Interloper, 7st i lb (car. 7st 3fb) Luke Mr R. Vyner's Précis, 7 st 1 tb

Finley LI Durham's Serenata, 6st 9b

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Mr R. Gladstone's ch.f. by Blair Athol, out of
Ambulance, 6st 5th

W. Glover
3 to lagst Scherzo, 5 to 1 agst Helen of Troy, 100 to

15 agst Lady Beauclerc; 10 to 1 each agst Pretty Face,
the Heveillon colt, the Miss Pool colt, Ricotta, and Wine
Sour, and 20 to 1 each agst Précist and Phonograph,
Won very easily by three lengths, two lengths between

the second and third.
The Friday Selling Stakes of 150 sov. by subscription of
4gs each, with 821. 168. added, for two yrs old, 780 121b,
three, yst 13lb, four and upwards, 10st 71b; the winner to be
sold by auction for 100 sov.; m. and g. allowed 31b; one mile
(17 subs.—1501.)
Mr Jos. Davis's b. g. Drakensberg, by, Julius Cæsar,

Watts 1 Mr Redfern's b. c. Gallant, 3 yrs

Snowden 2
Gen. Owen Williams's ch: h. Dean Swift, 6 yrs C. Wood 3
Mr W. Stevenson's br. c. Chaucer, 4 yrs

Platt -
Mr T. Stevens, jun.'s b. h. Goggles, aged - C. Loates
Mr A. C. Watson's br. h. Cirrus, 5 yrsi

G. Barrett
Capt. Jones's ch. f. Miss Waller, 4 yrs' Bruckshaw
Mr C. Hibbert's ch. c. Shrivepham, 3 yrs. - A. Giles
Mr Abington's b. c. Aylesford, 3 yrs-

Archer
Mr R. S. Crompton's b. f. Almond, 2 yrs - Chandley
Mr W. l'Anson's b. f. Stone-deaf, 2 yrs (car:
7st 111b).

Fagan
Mr J. Craig's br. g. Thaddeus, 2 yrs-

- F. Barrett
MrC. Jousiffe's ch.g. Gaylad, 2 yrs-(car.7st 1210) Liddiard
4 to 1 agst Gallant, 5 to 1. agst Drakensberg, 6 to. I each

agst Cirrus, Aylesford, and Dean Swift, 7 to 1 agst
Stone-deaf, 10 to 1 each agst Miss Waller and Goggles,
and 100 to 8 agst Chaucer. Won by a head, the same
between the second and third. --The winner was bought
in for 300gs, and Gen. Williams claimed Gallant for

Mr A. Cooper.
The Lancashire Cup (handicap) of 500 sov. added to a
Sweepstakes of 15 sov. each, 10 ft., winners extra; the second
received 50-sov, out of the stakes; entrance 3gs, the only for-
feit if declared; one mile (45 subs. 26 of whom paid entrance
only-6661. 178.)
Mrow. Gilbert's Vermilion, by Carnelion, 5 yrs,
68t 101.

-Wall 1 Mr W. Winn's Lady Castlereagh, 3 yrs, 6sti 121b (car, 7 st 1 th)

F. Barrett 2 Gen. Owen Williams's Cobort, 5 yrs, 786 7b (ear. 7st lilbi

C. Wood 3 Mr W. Sanderson's Cliftonian, 4 yrs, 6st 8lb Finley 4

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