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Sir R. Pigot's b. c. Coup-d'Etat

D of Richmond's br. c. (dead) by Robert de Gor. Capt Powell's ch. c. St. Stephen

ham, out of Refraction Ld Ribblesdale's c. Ludwig

Sir J. V. Shelley's c. (dead) by Robert de Gorch. c. Marsyas

ham, out of Liberia D of Richmond's b. c. by Van Tromp, out of Reel Ld Strathmore ns. ch. c. Bright Phoebus

b. c. (dead) by Touchstone, out of Mr Villiers ns. b. c. Brigliadoro Cuckoo

Mr J. Wyatt's b. c. The Queen's Own SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, for three year olds, the produce of mares which never bred a

winner, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 2lb. One mile.—1 subs. La Derby ns. ch. f. Lady Margaret

Mr Greville's b. f. Fright Id Exeter's ch. c. Colnut

Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Warbler Id Glasgow's b. f. by Don John, out of Miss Sir R. Pigot's ch. f. Koh-i-noor Sarah

Mr J. Powney's b. c. Cineas The RACING STAKES of 50 sovs. each subscription, for three year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., and fillies

Ast. 4lb.; the winner of the July, Clearwell, Criterion, or Prendergast Stakes at Newmarket, to carry 31b. extra, of either Riddlesworth, Column, Newmarket, 2000 gs., or 1000 gs. Stakes at Newmarket, or Drawing Room Stakes at Goodwood, to carry 61b., of the Derby or Oaks at Epsom, 9lb., and a winner of both Derby and Drawing Room Stakes, to carry 121b. extra. The second

horse to receive back his stake. One mile.-14 subs. Ld Clifden's b. c. Constantine

Mr S. Herbert's b. c. Letus b. c. Cheddar

Sir J. B. Mill's b. c. The Lion Ld Derby's br. c. Umbriel

Mr Payne's b. f. Estrella La Eglinton's ch. c. Sir Walter

D of Richmond's b. c. William Rufus La Exeter's b. c.Filbert

Ld Strathmore na. br. f. Extasy br. c. Nutpecker

Mr H. G. Sturt's b. c. Lascelles c. Hazelnut

Mr B. Way's b. c. Brocket The Sussex STAKES of 25 sovs. cach, for two year olds, colts to carry 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 4lb.; 3lb.

allowed, &c. A winner before starting to carry 5lb. extra ; the winner of the Lavant or Molecomb Stakes to carry 71b., of both, 10lb. extra; no horse to carry more than 10lb. extra. T.Y.C. Mr Dorrien's bl. c. Telegraph

La Ribblesdale's c. Ludwig (3lb.) Mr S. Herbert's b. c. Autocrat SWEEPSTAKES of 200 sovs. each, for two year old fillies, 8st. 7lb. ; 31b. and 5lb. allowed, &c. T.Y.C. Mr Brook's b.or br. f. by Orlando, out of Idolatry | Mr Greville's ch. f. Durindana Ld Derby's b. f. Sortie (3lb.)

Sir R. Pigot's b. f. sis. to Filius SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., colts 8st. 7lb., and fillies 8st. 21b; mile and a half. Ld Clifden's br. c. Pelion

Ld H. G. Lennox na, br. c. Sextus La Exeter's b. c. Filbert

Mr Merry's b. c. Lambton ch. c. Comut

Sir C. Monck's b. c. Vindex Mr Jaques's ch. c. Hurworth

D of Richmond's br. c. Pharos Capt D. Lane's ch. c. Ninnyhammer

Mr Wauchope's br. f. Catherine Hayes The MOLECOMB STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for two year olds, colts to carry 8st. 7lb., and fillies

8st. 4lb. ; a winner before starting (matches and handicaps excepted) to carry 5lb. extra; the winner of the Lavant Stakes 7lb. extra ; no horse to carry more than 7lb. extra; the second to

receive back his stake. T.Y.C.--19 subs. Mr W. Cookson's b. f. Mincemeat

Mr Howard's b. c. Andover Ld Eglinton's b. f. Bianca

Capt D. Lane's b. c. John o' Bruges b. f. Holiday

Mr Mare's b. c. by Touchstone, out of Breastgirth Mr Elwes's ch. f. by 'The Hero, out of Witticism Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. bro. to The Mountain Deer Ld Exeter's br. c. Amos

Mr Payne's b. f. by Bay Middleton-Lady Strut ch. c. Phoenix

Mr Pedley's br. c. General Breezo Mr Farrance's ch. c. Woodyeates

Ld Ribblesdale's b. c. The Caliph Mr Greville's ch. f. Durindana

D of Richmond's br. c. (dead) by Touchstone, out Mr Heneage's b. c. by Cowl, out of Minerva of Cuckoo Mr. Holland's br. c. Eccleston (late Suristan) Mr Robt. Ryder's br. c. bro. to Maid of Masham The Goodwood Cup, value 300 sov., the surplus (if any) to be paid to the winner in money, a subscription of 20 sov. each,

with 100 added by the Racing Fund ; two miles and a half ; three year olds to carry 7st 71b, four Ost Ilb, five 9st 91b, six and aged, 9st 121b: mares allowed 41b, geldings, 71b ; horses, &c., got hy Ara bian, Turkish, or Persian stallions, or out of Arabian, Turkish, or Persian marcs, allowed 181b; both 3616; horses, &c., bred in America, or upon the Continent of Europe, allowed 141h; horses (those herrunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) never having won 1001., including their own stake, at any one time in 1853, previous to the day of starting, and not having been placed in the Derby or Oaks of 1853, allowed 51b., four year olds and upwards. never having won or received as second horse 2001., including their own stake, at any one time in 1852 or 1853, previous to the day of starting, and not having been placed in the Derby or St. Leger of 1802 (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 101b. Five year olds and upwards, never having.won or received as second horse 1001., including their own stake, at any one time in 1851, 1832, or 1853, 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 1853, allowed 81b. Maiden four year olds at starting, not having been placed in the Derby or St. Leger, 1852 (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 141b. Maideu five year olds at starting (those hereunder specified' as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 181b. 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

Emperor's Plate at Ascot in 1853 to carry 5ib, the second 21b extra. The winner of the Ascot, Goodwood, or Doncaster Cup, or of the Derby or Doncaster St. Leger, in 1852, to carry 21b extra. The winner of the Derby in 1833 to carry 8lb extra ; the second alb extra. The winner of the Oaks in 1853 to carry 716 extra ; the second 21b extra. Neither the allowances of weight for not winning, nor the penalties of extra weight for i winning and for running second, are to be accumulative. The second horse to receive 1001. out of the stakes, and the

third horse 501. 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 10 sovs. to the Judge. FRIDAY.-The NASSAU STAKES of 50 sovs. each, for three year old fillies &st. 7lb.; the winner of

the July, Clearwell, Criterion, or Prendergast Stakes at Newmarket, to carry 3lb. extra; of either Riddlesworth, Column, Newmarket, 2000gs., or 1000gs. Stakes at Newmarket, or Drawing Room Stakes at Goodwood, to carry 6lb. extra; of the Derby or Oaks at Epsom, 9lb. extra; a winner of both Derby and Drawing Room Stakes to carry 12lb. extra; the owner of the second horse to

to receive 100 sovs. out of the stakes. One mile.-20 subs. Gen Anson's br. f. Mayfair

Mr Howard's b. f. Nicotine br. f. Lady Margaret

ch. f. Belgravia (dead) b. f. Athol Brose

Mr Osbaldestone's br. f. Sylphine D of Bedford's b. f. Oxonia

Mr Payne's b. f. Hybla Mr Bowes's ch. f. Auld Acquaintance

Sir R. Pigot's br. f. by Bay Middleton, out of Ld Chesterfield's ch. f. Jacqueline

Belle Sauvage Ld Eglinton's ch. f. Elspeth

D of Richmond's br. f. by Touchstone-Cuckoo Ld Exeter's f. Margaret of Anjou

Mr J. Stanley's b. f. Bloomer ch. f. Noisette

- b. f. Strawberry Hill f. Mrs Nutting

Mr H. G. Sturt's ch. f. Psaltery Mr Greville's b. f. Exhibition SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for four year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies 8st. 21b.; the winner

of the Derby or St. Leger to carry 7lb., of both 10lb. extra. Cup Course. La Exeter's bl. c. Ambrose

D of Richmond's b. f. Red Hind ch. c. Stockwell

Mr Wright's bl. f. Bird on the Wing Mr Greville's b. f. Adine

Ld Zetland's ch. C. Augur The First Year of the Rous BIENNIAL STAKES of 100 sovs. each, for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b.

fillies 8st. 4lb.; each subscriber named two, one to the post. T.Y.C.-10 subs. D of Bedford's ch. c. Hesse Cassel

Mr Greville's ch. c. Mandricardo ch. c. Pelham

ch. c. Quince Mr W. H. Brook's b. or br. f. by Orlando, out of Ld H. G. Lennox's b. c. Little Gerard Idolatry

b. c. Stonehenge b. f. by Orlando, out of Moonbeam Sir R. Pigot's b. c. Coup d'Etat Ld Clifden's br. c. Astolfo

b. f. sis. to Filius b. c. Cardinal

Ld Ribblesdale's br. c. Marble Hill Ld Derby's ch. c. by Orlando, out of Verbena

b. c. Baalbec b. c. Boiardo

Ld Strathmore ns. ch. c. Bright Phæbus Ld Exeter's b. c. Dandelion

ns. b. c. General Breezo b. c. Belgrade Match.Mr Dorrien's bl. c. Telegraph, 8st 7lb, agst. Ld Bessborough’s ch. c. by Corranna, out of

Prudence, 8st 5lb; T.Y.C.-50, h. ft.
NO DAY MENTIONED.-SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sovs. each, for two year olds ; 3lb. and 6lb. allowed, &c.

T.Y.C.
Ld Bessborough's br. c. Whittington (6lb.) Mr Kent's b. c. Stonehenge (3lb.)
Mr Dorrien's ch. f. Game Pullet (61b.)

PRODUCE MATCH, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 4lb. T.Y.C., 100 h. ft.
La Glasgow's ch. c. by Pyrrhus the First, out of Conspiracy, against Mr Newland's ch. f. Eldorado
PRODUCE MATCH, of 50 sovs. each, for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 4lb. ; 3lb. and 6lb.

allowed, &c. T.Y.C. Mr Dorrien's b. f. Empress Katherine (31b.), against Ld Bessborough's br. c. Whittington (6lb.) To close and name for the Goodwood Cup in the Craven Meeting, for the Goodwood Stakes on the Tuesday after Epsom,

and for the Chesterfield Cup in the July Meeting.

BIBURY CLUB.

Sir R. PIGOT, Bart.--STEWARD. WEDNESDAY, June 22.-SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b.,

fillies 8st. 3lb.; 3lb. and 5lb. allowed, &c. New mile.-8 subs. Mr J. Bayley ns. b. f. Altitude

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

Mr Payne's ch. f. Glenavon Mr C. Dorrien's ch. c. The Golden Plover (5lb.) D of Richmond's br. f. by Touchstone, out of Mr Gratwicke ns. b. f. by Chatham, out of Cuckoo (3lb.) Wilderness (31b.)

Mr Waller's b. c. Orinoco (3lb.) The CHAMPAGNE STAKES of 10 sov. each, with 50 added by the Club, for two year olds, colts 8st. 101b., and fillies 8st. 71b.; the winner of any two year old stakes amounting to 100 sovs., including the

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BIBURY CLUB, STOCKBRIDGE, 1853. winner's own stake, to carry 4lb. for every such winning. The winner to give three dozen of champagne to the club. The last three quarters of the New Mile.—15 subs. Mr R. E. Cooper's b. f. The Novice

Capt Pettat na. b. f. Zenith Capt Delmé's b. f. Hubbub

na. b. f. Bay Celia Mr C. Dorrien's b. f. Sofa

na. b. c. General Breezo Mr Greville's b. f. Remorse

Mr Payne's b f. Glengou rie Capt D. Lane's b. c. John o' Bruges

Capt Williams na. ch. f. Victorine Capt Little na. b. c. The Caliph

Mr P. Williams na. b. c. Mirabeau Sir J. B. Mill's br. c. The General

na. b. f. Rosaline Mr Osbaldeston's f. by Touchstone, out of Shropshire Lass's dam

To close and name for the Bibury Stakes in the Second Spring Meeting.

STOCKBRIDGE. Lord RIBBLESDALE and J. M. STANLEY, Esq.-STEWARDS.

Mr J. MANNING, Judge THURSDAY, June 23.Third Year of the THIRD TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, for four

year olds, colts 8st. 10lb., fillies 8st. 5lb.; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of the Derby to carry 7 lb. extra, the second horse 4lb. extra; the winner of the Oaks, 2000gs., 1000gs., or Newmarket Stakes, 5lb. extra ; no horse to carry more than 71b. extra. The winner to pay 25 sovs. towards

expenses, &c. Two miles and a half.-43 subs. Gen Anson's b. c. King Pepin (31b.)

Mr Gully's b. c. General Washington (31b.) b. c. Rolando

Sir J. Hawley's br. c. Union Jack Mr Burgess's c. by Dulcimer, out of Apropos Mr S. Hawke's b. c. Womersley (31b.) (3lb.)

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

Mr Jaques's br. f. Fieldmate (31b.) Ld Clifden's b. c. Magnes

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

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

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

Mr Meiklam's b. c. Cleveland (3lb.) Ld Derby's b. c. Longbow

Sir J. B. Mill's br. f. Aitch Bone (31b.) *Ld Dorchester's b. f. The Chase (31b.).

Mr Payne's b. c. Freestone *+Mr Dorrien's bl. c. Chief Baron Nicholson Mr Pedley's ch. c. Wide-awake (3lb.) (31b.)

ch.c. Gift (late Stratagem) (31b.) 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. The Anonymous Letter Mr Potterton's c. Horton Yates b. g. Andrew

D of Richmond's b. c. Houlakin Ld Exeter's br. c. Salopian (31b.)

Mr F. Robinson's b. c. by Venison, out of Glee Mr Featherstonhaugh's b. c. Romualdus (31b.) (31b.) Ld Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm, out of Physalis Mr Rolt's b. c. George III. (3lb.)

*+Mr W. Sadler's b. c. Joe Miller (31b.) Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Maidstone

Mr Stebbing's b. c. Young Hau thorn (3lb.) Mr Greville's b. f. Cha (dead) (31b.) *Mr Wyndham's b. c. Sir John (3lb.) In 1851 divided, after two dead heats, by Chief Baron Nicholson and Kingston. The starters are

denoted by an asterisk. Won in 1852 by Kingston, by three lengths, Joe Miller second, Lithograph third, Chief Baron

Nicholson fourth. Only four ran. The Second Year of the Fourth TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, for three year olds, colts 8st.

10lb., fillies 8st. 5lb.; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of the Derby 7lh. extra, the second horse 4lb. extra; the winner of the Oaks, 2000gs., or Newmarket Stakes, 5lb. extra. The winner to pay 25

sovs. towards expenses, &c. One mile and a half.- 30 subs. Mr Blake's ch. f. Belgravia (dead) (31b.) Id H. Lennox ns. b. c. William Rufus Ld Caledon's c. bro. to Shylock

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

Ld March ns. br. c. Pharos (31b.) b. f. Psaltery

Sir J. Mill's br. f. Millstone (3lb.) Mr Dorrien's ch. c. The Cavalier (3lb.)

*Mr Osbaldestone's br. f. Sylphine Ld Eglinton's b. c. Strait-jacket (31b)

Mr Payne's b. c. War-whoop Mr W. Etwall's ch. f. Longstock Lass

ch. f. Glenavon ch. f. Placid

Sir R. Pigot's ch. f. Koh-i-noor (31b.) Ld Exeter's ch. c. Cobnut

br. f. by Bay Middleton, out of Belle Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Sittingbourne

Sauvage b. c. Feversham

*Mr J. Powney's b. c. Cineas (3lb.) Mr Greville's b. f. Flutter (31b.)

br. f. Amazon Ld Glasgow's b. c. by Don John, out of Con- *D of Richmond's br. f. by Touchstone, out of spiracy (31b.) (wrong nom.)

Cuckoo (3lb.) b. f. by Don John-Miss Sarah (3lb.) Mr Sadler's br. c. Charon (31b.) Mr Harrison's br. f. Miss Woolgar

b. c. Contentment (31b.) Mr Kingston's br. f. Basilique

Won in 1852 by Sylphine by a length, Placid second ; the starters are denoted by an asterisk,

The First Year of the Fifth STOCKBRIDGE TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, for two year olds;

colts 8st. 10lb., fillies 8st. 5lb.; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner to pay 251. towards expenses.

T.Y.C.-55 subs.
Gen Anson's b. c. Scythian (31b.)

Mr C. Liley's b. C. Nourrice
b. c. Prince Arthur

Mr C. Liley's b. c. Baron Trenck (late Gibbet) Ld Bruce's ch. f. by The Libel, out of Splitvote Mr Meiklam's bl. c. Stiletto Mr Burgess's b. c. Flageolet

Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. bro. to Mountain Deer Mr Carew's b. c. Hurricane

b. c. by Touchstone, out of Camp-fol. Mr E. R. Clark's b. c. by Slane, out of South- lower down

Mr Payne's b. f. Olitipa (31b.) c. by Napier, out of Avis

b. f. Glengowrie c. (h. b.) by Napier, out of Caurouch's Mr T. H. Pedley's b. c. Mr. Commissioner dam

Sir R. Pigot's b. f. sis. to Filius Mr J. Clark's ch. f. Naomi (h. b.)

b. c. Coup d'Etât Ld Clifden's c. Royalist

La W. Powlett's b. c. Sandilli br. c. Astolfo

Mr J. Powney's ch. c. Changarnier b. c. Glenstrae

D of Richmond's b. c. by Van Tromp, out of Mr Copeland's b. c. Thessalian

Reel ch. f. Becky Sharpe (dead)

Baron Rothschild's br. c. Middlesex Ld Dorchester's b. c. Bracken

Ld Ribblesdale's ch. c. Marsyas Mr C. Dorrien's bl. c. Telegraph (3lb.)

c. Ludwig (31b.). b. f. Empress Katherine

Mr Robinson's br c. Cranbourne Chase (31b.) Mr W. Etwall's b. c. Andover

Mr C. Snewing's b. c. Dan ('upid (31b.) ch. f. Victorine

Mr H. G. Sturt's ch. f. Lady Jane (3lb.) La Eseter's b. c. Belgrade

b. f. Bay Celia Ld Glasgow's ch. c. by Pyrrhus the First, out of

b. c. Mirabeau Conspiracy (3lb.)

Mr Tilston's b. or br. c. The Cheshire Marquis Mr Gratwicke na, bl. c. Sambo

(3lb.) Mr Greville's b. c. Bessus (31b.)

Mr Villiers na. b. f. Violet b. c. Mortimer

Mr Williams's bl. f. Loquacious (31b.) br. c. Kafir

br. f. by Robert de Gorham, out of Mr Herbert's b. c. Autocrat

Bourra Tomacha Ld H. Lennox's b. c. Little Gerard

Mr J. Wyatt's b. c. The Queen's Own Mr C. Liley's b. c. Belvoir

Ld Zetland's b. c. Ivan (3lb.) The MortisFONT STAKES of 15 sov. each, 10 ft., with 100 added, for two year olds, colts est. 71b.;

and fillies 8st. 41b.; a winner before starting to carry 5lb., twice or more 71b. extra. The winner to pay 251. towards the expenses. T.Y.C.-30 subs. Mr E. R. Clark's ch. c. by Napier, out of Avis Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. bro. to Mountain Deer

c. by Plenipotentiary, dam by Hetman Mr Payne's ch. c. by John o'Gaunt, out of Glacis Platoff, out of Blackcock's dam

b. f. by Bay Middleton, out of Lady Ld Clifden's c. Oleaster

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Mr Dilworth's b. c. Cable

Mr Percival's ch. f. St. Stephen
Mr H. Elwes's ch. f. by The Hero-Witticism Mr J. Powney's ch. c. Changarnier
Mr G. W. Fitzwilliam's br. f. Circe

Ld Ribblesdale's ch. c. Marsyas
Mr Greville's b. c. Bessus

Mr S. Scott's ch. f. Lady Grimston Mr Howard's br. c. Belgrave

Mr R. D. Shafto's ch. f. Miss Worthington Mr H. Hill's ch. c. Hannibal

Mr J. M. Stanley's ch. c. Lincoln's Inn Mr Y. King's b. c. Triumph

Mr T. Stephens's b. f. Lady Constance Capt D. Lane's ch. c. John o' Bruges

Mr. W. Treen, senr.'s, b. f. by Harkaway or The Mr C. Liley's b. c. Post Office

Lihel, out of Europa Mr Magenis na. b. c. Monie Moses

Mr C. Vickers's b. f. Bay Celia Sir J. B. Mill's ch. f, Pyrrha

Mr Williams's br. c. by Ballinkeele, dam by Major Needham ns. b. c. Coup d'Etat

Mulatto, out of Blarney's dam Mr Newland's br. c. Grimalkoin

Mr Wreford's b. f. by Bay Middleton, out of

Fraudulent.

The STEWARDS' PLATE of 100-sovs. (the gift of the Stewards) added to a Sweepstakes of 10 sovs.

each, 5 ft.; three year olds to carry 6st. 10lb.; four, 8st. 41b. ; five, 8st. 11lb.; six and aged, 9st., mares and geldings allowed 3lb.; a winner of the 2000 Guineas, 1000 Guineas, 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, 7lb. extra, the weight not to be accumulative ; maiden three year olds allowed 4lb.; four and upwards, 71b. Two miles. The winner to pay 101. towards expenses.-90 subs. Age

Age Abderhaman, by M. Moloch

5 Azael, by Arundel Actress, by Confederate 4 Babette, by Faugh-a-ballagh:

4 Adjutant, The, by Touchstone

3 Ben Nevis, by Slane Amazon, by Touchstone

3 Bird-on-the-Wing, by I. Birdcatcher Andrew, by Thistlewhipper

4 Brocket, by Melbourne Ariosto, by Orlando

4 Buckthorn, by Venison Attack, by Touchstone

4 Bushranger, by Thistlewhipper Augur, by I. Birdcatcher

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Cardinal Wiseman, by Cardinal Puff 5 Jordan, by Jericho -
Charity, by Melbourne •

-3 Kate, by Auckland Charley, by Cotherstone

3 Kingston, by Venison Chief Baron Nicholson, by The Baron 4 Knight of the Shire, by Sir Hercules Cineas, by Touchstone

3 Lady Emily (h. b.), by Don John Confessor, The, by Cowl

5 Lady Evelyn, by Don John Contentment, by Archy

3 Lamartine, by Epirus Constantine, by Sir Hercules

4 Lascelles, by Touchstone Corybantes, by Scamander

3 Leap Year, by Melbourne By COTHERSTONE, C. out of Maid of Lorette 3 Little Harry, by Epirus b. f. out of Wedlock

3 Little Savage, (h. b.) by Alarm Dagobert, by Ion

3 Little Swift, by Sir Tatton Sykes Dear Polly, by Pompey

3 Marlborough Buck (h. b.), by Venison Elmsthorpe, by Orlando

3 Massa Mungo, by Sir Hercules
By THE EMPEROR, b. c. out of Begum 3 Michaelmas Maid, by Bay Middleton -
By EPIRUS, f. out of New Forest Deer's d. 3 Millstone, by Touchstone
Ethelbert, by Faugh-a-Ballagh

3 Minerva, by Faugh-a-Ballagh Eulogist, by I. Birdcatcher

3 Miss Emma, by Epirus Exact, by I. Birdcatcher

3 Miss Tennyson, by Slane Filius, by Venison

4 Mountain Deer, by Touchstone Friday, by Venison

3 Narcissus, by Slane Geleon, by Ion

4 Ninnyhammer, by Orlando Georgy, by Malcolm

3 North Pole, by Orlando General Gilbert, by Galaor

3 Pantomime, by Lanercost • Gipsy Boy, by Alarm

3 Pelion, by Ion Grapeshot, by Alarm

3 Placid, by Thistlewhipper Grand Duke Michael, by Sir Hercules 3 Prince Arthur, by Auckland Grosvenor, by Touchstone

5 Psaltery, by Ithuriel Harbinger, by Touchstone

4 Rataplan, by The Baron Homebrewed, by Chatham

4 Scarecrow, by Alarm Hungerford, by John o'Gaunt

5 Sextus, by Pompey Hurworth, by I. Birdcatcher

3 Sittingbourne, by Chatham Ionic, by Ion

3 Spark, by The Ugly Buck Ireland's Eye, by Harkaway

3 Tell-tale, by The LibelItch, by I. Birdcatcher

3 Faultress, by I. Birdcatcher Jack-the-Giant-Killer, by Slane

3 Weathergage, by Weatherbit Janey, by Malcolm

3 Willian Rufus, by Touchstone Joe Miller, by Venison

4 Winter, by Weatherbit

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Match.--Mr Gerard Sturt's b. f. Himalaya, agst Mr Greville's b. f. Little Gerry, 8st. 4lb. each, T.Y.C., 100 h. ft.

Match.-Mr Rowland Cooper's ch. f. Poetry, agst Capt H. B. Powell's ch. c. St. Stephen, 8st. 7lb. each, T.Y.C., 200 sovs. h. ft.

WINCHESTER. Captain G. DELME-STEWARD. Mr. M. Dilly, Clerk of the Course. FRIDAY, June 24.-The Third Year of the First WINCHESTER TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sovs

each, for four year olds, colts 8st. 10lb., fillies 8st. 5lb. ; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of the Derby to carry 7lb., the second 4lb. extra; the winner of the Oaks, 2000gs., or 1000gs. Stakes, or the Stockbridge Triennial Stakes, 5lb. extra. The winner to pay 10 per cent. to the fund

Two miles and a distance. *+Mr Dorrien's bl.c. Chief Baron Nicholson (31b.) | Sir J. B. Mill's b. c. by Epirus - Giantess (3lb.)

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

Mr Payne's b. f. Freedom (dead) Mr Gratwicke's b. c. Canterbury

+D Jf Richmond's br. c. Harbinger (3lb.) b. f. Maria (31b.)

Mr Etwall, Mr W. Etwall, and Mr Herbert are subscribers but did not name. * Won in 1851 by Chief Baron Nicholson by two lengths, Aitch-Bone second, Maria third.

+ Won in 1852 by Harbinger, beating Chief Baron Nicholson by six lengths. The First Year of the THIRD WINCHESTER TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, for two year olds,

colts 8st. 10lb., fillies 8st. 5lb.; 3lb. allowed, &c. The winner of the Derby 71b., the second 41b. extra; the winner of the Oaks, 2000 gs., or 1000 gs., or the Stockbridge Triennial Stakes 5lb.

extra. The winner to pay 10 per cent. towards expenses. Three quarters of a mile.-8 subs. La Bruce's ch. f. by The Libel, out of Splitvote Mr Snewing's b. c. Dan Cupid (31b.) La Dorchester's b. c. Bracken

Mr J. Powney's ch. c. Changarnier Mr Dorrien's b. f. Empress Catherine

Mr Payne's b. c. Boer ch. f. Game Pullet

b. f. Glengowrie

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