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Mr E. R. Clark's b. c. Little Swift, 3 yrs Mr Greville's br. c. Bobby, 2 yrs
Ld Clifden's br. c. Pelion, 3 yrs

b. c. Mortimer, 2 yrs
b. c. Brigliardo, 2 yrs

Mr Joseph's ch. c. The Mountain Hawk, 2 yrs br. f. Bird's-nest, 2 yrs

Mr G. Morton's ch. f. Constancy, 2 yrs Mr J. Day's b. c. The General, 2 yrs

Mr Payne's b. c. Spinaway, 2 yrs Ld Derby's ch. c. Hobby Horse, 3 yrs

b. f. Glengowrie, 2 yrs b. f. The Ranee, 2 yrs

Major Pearson's br. c. Charley, 3 yrs Ld Eglinton's b. f. Bianca, 2 yrs

Ld J. Scott's ch. f. Lady Audrey, 2 yrs Mr Elwes's ch. f. by The Hero, out of Witticism, Mr T. Shepherdson's ch. f. Maid of Golborne, 3 yr 2 yrs

Mr J. M. Stanley's ch. c. Corybantes, 3 yrs

3 La Exeter's b. f. Phrygia, 3 yrs

b. f. Querulous, (dead) 2 yrs Mr Flintoff's b. f. Wire, 2 yrs

The Third Year of the NORTHAMPTON TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for four

year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies 8st 4lb. ; horses having run and not been placed first or second, if, either of the Two or Three Year Old Triennials, allowed 5lb. ; the second to save his stake, and

the winner to pay 5 sovs. towards expenses. Once round.-20 subs. Ld Bateman's b. f. by St. Francis, out of Prioress ** Mr Greville's b. c. Frantic Ld Clifden's b. c. Magnes

Sir J. Hawley's b. c. by Alarm, out of Haitoe b. c. Sackbut

*+Major Martyn's b. c. Convulsion Mr Cooke's b. f. Freedom (dead)

Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirsuta +Ld Eglinton's ch. g. Pelopidlas

Mr Potterton's ch. c. Horton Yates b. c. Bold Boy

Mr P. P. Rolt's b. c. George III. Ld Exeter's b. f. by St Martin, out of Toga D. of Richmond's b. f. Red Hind

ch. c. by St. Martin, out of Mecca +- b. f. Plumstead Mr Ford's ro. f. by Lanercost, out of Baleine Sir J. V. Shelley's b. c. The Stag (dead) (wrong nom.)

Ld Spencer's b. c. Croat Mr G. W. Fitzwilliam's ch. c. by Ballinkeele,

out of Petrel

* Won in 1851, by Frantic, by half a length ; France second ; Ambrose third ; Convulsion fourth ; only four ran. (France and Ambrose have since been disqualified by the death of their nominator.)

Won in 1852, by Frantic, by two lengths, Convulsion second. The starters denoted by an obelis The Trial STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 40 added; three year olds 6st., four Sst., five 8st. 81b

six and aged 8st 13lb. One Mile. Mr Armstrong's br. f. Extacy, 3 yrs

Capt Lane's ch. c. Conmore, 4 yrs Mr R. E. Clark's ch. f. Lady-in-Waiting, 4 yrs Mr Morris's b. c. Kingston, 4 yrs Ld Derby's b. c. Longbow, 4 yrs

Mr E. Phillips's b. m. Truth, 5 yrs Mr Eglington's b. c. Llanforda, 3 yrs

Ld W. Powlett's b. c. Dear Me, 3 yrs Mr Greville's ch. c. Y. Norval (h. b.), 3 yrs Mr Thompson's b. c. General Gilbert, 3 yrs Mr W. Harrison's ch, h, Russborough, 6 yrs

6 THURSDAY.–The ALTHORP PARK STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for two year olds, colts

8st. 71b., and fillies 3st. 3lb.; any winner before starting to carry 5lb. extra. T.Y.C.; straight run

in.-31 subs. Gen Anson's ch. f. Rally

Capt Lane's ch. c. Epaminondas Mr J. Adkins' b. c. Ruby

b. c. John-o'-Bruges b. c. Contender

Mr Mare's b. f. Little Kitty Count Batthyany's, h. c. The Marquis of Sevigné Major Martyn's b. c. Cranbourne Mr E. R. Clark's ch. c. by Napier, out of Avis Mr J. Merry's br. f. by Epirus, dam by The

ch. c. (h. b.) by Napier-Caurouch's d. Magnet (h. b.) Mr J. Clark's ch. f. (h. b.) Naomi

Mr J. Osborne's b. f. Bridesmaid Ld Clifden's b. f. Nightshade

Mr Payne's b. c. Spinaway ch. f. Ossa

b. f. by Bay Middleton-Lady Strut b. c. Brigliadoro

Mr J. Perren's f. Adeline Mr Copeland's ch. f. Becky Sharpe (dead) Mr Raine's b. f. Mary Mr Dorrien's ch. f. Game Pullet

Mr J. M. Stanley's b. c. Mirabeau La Exeter's b. f. Margaretta

b. f. by Venison, out of Odessa Mr Fenning's b. c. Domino

Mr Wauchope's ch. c. by John o'Gaunt, out of Mr Flintoff's b. f. Wire

Valentinia Mr Greville's ch. f. Durindana

Ld Wilton's ch. by The Hero, dam by TouchMr Knowles's b. c. Ptolemy

stone, out of Pet The NORTHAMPTONSHIRE CUP STAKES of 10 sovs. each, for all ages, three year olds 6st. 9lb., four

8st. 71b., five 9st. llb., six and aged 9st 4lb; the winner to be sold for 500 sov. if demanded, and to subscribe to the stakes in 1854. Gentlemen taking a nomination in this stake and not starting, to be subject to the payment of 3 sovs., which will be given to the second horse. To start at the

Spencer Post, go once round and finish at the Judge's chair. About two miles and one furlong. D of Buccleuch ns. ch. h. Russborough, 6 yrs Ld Northampton ns. Lady Sarah, 3 yrs Sir C. Knightley ns. b. c. Thunderbolt, 4 yrs Mr Parker's b. f. Lady Harriet, 4 yrs Mr R. Knightley ns. b. h. Musician, 5 yrs Ld W. Powlett's b. c. Sharavogue, 4 yrs Mr Mare's br. f. Perfidious, 3 yrs

Ld Southampton ns. b. c. Burndale, 4 yrs Mr Maunsell ns. b. m. Selina, aged

Ld Spencer ns. br. c. Bold Davie, 3 yrs

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Capt Vyse ns. b. c. Ethelwolf, 4 yrs Capt Villiers' ns. br. c. Feramorz, 3 yrs

Mr R. Walker's bl. c. Game Tommy, 3 yrs

Mr Stephenson did not name. The DELAPRE STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added, three year olds 7st., four 8st.; fillies and

geldings allowed 3lb. One Mile. Mr Armstrong's br. f. Extasy, 3 yrs

Capt Lane's ch. c. Conmore, 4 yrs Mr Dawson's b. c. Lerrypheut, 4 yrs

Mr Morris's b. c. Kingston, 4 yrs Ld Derby's b. c. Longbow, 4 yrs

Ld W. Powlett's ch. c. Luxurious, 3 yrs Mr Flintoff's b. c. Whalebone, 3 yrs

Mr Thompson's b. c. General Gilbert, 3 yrs EARL SPENCER'S PLATE of 100 sovs., added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of 15 sovs. each, 5ft. if

declared on, or before, the 15th of March. A winner of any bandicap after the weights appear to carry 7lb. extra. Six to accept or no race. Five furlongs. Age st. lb.

Age st, lb. Ephesus, by Epirus 5 9 7 Placid, by Thistlewhipper

6 13 The Prime Minister, by Melbourne 93 Common Sense, by Melbourne - 4 6 13 Tonic, by Theon

Gold Dust, by Dulcimer

6 12 Russborough, by Tearaway8 13 Llanforda, by Bran

6 12 Frantic, by Alarm 8 13 Gossip, by Chatham

6 10 King of Trumps, by Velocipede 4

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Chilton, by Cowl

3 6 10 Hungerford, by John O'Gaunt 5 8 12 Alexia, by Colwick

6 10 Alfred the Great, by 8 10 Dich Turpin, by Redshank

6 10 Timid Faun, by Red Deer 8 10 Y. Norval (h.b.) by Orlando

6 10 Faux-pas, by Taurus

Maid of Golborne, by Orlando. 3 6 9 Lapidist, by Touchstone

Katty Darling, by Simoom

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Anteverta, by Malcolm

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6 7 Lady Agnes, by Irish Birdcatcher 4 8 2 Bridget, by Venison

3 6 4 The Heriot, by Velocipede 5 8 Whalebone, by Heron

3 Puritan, by Robin Gray

Coleraine, by Touchstone

6 2 Heroine, by Gladiator aged 7 12 Eliza, by Scamander

3 6 2 Kate, by Auckland

4 7 12 Cat's-paw, by Irish Birdcatcher 3 5 13 Leybourne, by Epirus 5 7 9 Nerva, by Charles XII.

3 5 13 Hothorpe, by Cotherstone 5 7 7 Tobolski, by Sirikol

3 5 9 Ethelbert, by Faugh-a-Ballagh - 3 7 Ionic, by Ion

5 7 Janina, by Epirus

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3 5 3 Sophistry, by Theon

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3 5 Tame, by Freedom or Red Deer 4 7 4 Warbler, by Don John

3 May-day, by Venison

5 7 3 The INNKEEPERS' PLATE of 50 sovs., added to a Handicap of 5 sovs. each. The winner of the

Northamptonshire Stakes, Great Warwickshire Handicap, or Doncaster Handicap, 7lb. extra.
Once round.
Age st. lb.

Age st. Ib. Conmore, by Malcolm 9 0 Ibis, by Heron

4 7 6 Worthless (late Merry Peal), by Slane 5 8 Ethelwolf, by Faugh-a-Ballagh 4 7 3 Lerrywheut, by Lanercost 4 8 4 Lady Blanche, by Epirus

7 0 Alp, by The Provost

aged 8
Chilton, by Cowl

6 13 Thunderbolt, by Smallhopes

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Alexia, by Colwick

6 13 Waverley, by Dromedary

Molasses, by St Francis

3 5 10 Telescope, by Lanercost 5 7 12 Feramorz, by Ion

5 5 Burndale, by Lanercost

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WARWICK AND LEAMINGTON SPRING. TUESDAY, March 15.— The TRIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added ; three year olds 7st.,

four 8st. 9lb.; the winner of the Derby, Oaks, or St. Leger, to carry 10lb. extra; maiden three year olds at the time of starting, allowed 3lb., maiden four year olds, 5lb. The winner to pay 10

sovs. to the fund, and 5 sovs. to the starter. One mile. Ld Clifden's br. c. Poodle, 4 yrs

Mr J. Merry's b. c. Dick Turpin, 3 yrs

3 La Derby's b. c. Longbow, 4 yrs

Mr Phillips's ch. c. Koh-i-noor, 4 yrs Mr Drewe's b. c. Defiance, 3 yrs

Mr E. R. Scott's b. f. Moselle, 3 yrs The WILLOUGHBY HANDICAP of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., and 5 only if declared, &c. Jockeys allowed

to ride by carrying 6lb. extra. The winner to pay 10 sovs. to the fund. Two miles.--13 subs., 3 of whom declared. Age st. lb.

Age st. lb. Mr Saxon's ch. g. Sir Robert (h. b.) 6 10 12 Mr J. D. Shafto's br. c. King of Troy 4 9 10 Mr T. Parr's b. g. Trifle (h. b.) 4 10 6 Mr Lucy's b. h. Tipperary Boy aged 9 10 Mr Palmer's bm. Doubt

aged 10
5 Mr Davies's b. g. Gaylad

aged 9 5 Mr Condron's ch. g. Smuggler Bill aged 10 3 Mr Hale's ch. g. The Hero (h. b.) Capt Little s b. h. Peter Simple

aged 10 Mr Price's ch. g. Tom Gurney (h. b.) 5

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A HANDICAP of 10 sovs., h. ft., with 25 added; the winner to pay 5 sovs. to the fund. One mile. Age st. lb. 1

Age st. lb. Capt Lane's ch. c. Conmore 4 8 7 Mr W. H. Scott's b. c. Cheroot

4 6 5 Mr J. Adkins's ch. m. Heroine- aged 7 5 Mr W. Goddard's b. c. Priam the Mr Etwall's b. h. Knight of the Thistle 5 7 5 Third

4 6 2 Mr B. Land's ch.g. Odiham

5 7 3 Mr Isaac Day's_b.g. by Idas, out of Mr Rayner's b. h. Presto 5 6 9 Avon

4 6 2 Mr Munro's ch, m. Flora 5 6 7 Ld Clifden's br. c. Feramorz

3 4 13 Mr Harrison's b. c. Burndale

4 6 5 | Mr Thirlby's b. c. Black Jack - 3 4 9 WEDNESDAY. - The Two YEAR OLD STAKES of 10 sovg. each, with 50 added, for two year old

colts, 8st. 71b., and fillies, 8st. 4lb. The winner to pay 10 sovs. to the fund, and 5 sovs. to the

starter. Five furlongs. Mr J. M. Stanley's b. c. Mirabeau

Ld Clifden's b, c. Oleaster Capt Lane's ch. c. John o'Bruges

Mr Bignell's b. c. The First Lord Mr Knowles's b. c. Ptolemy

Mr Palmer's b. f. Lurley Mr J. Adkins's b. c. Contender

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The GREAT WARWICKSHIRE HANDICAP of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft. and only 5, &c., with 50 added.

The second to receive 20 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 25 sovs. towards the expenses. Two miles.-34 subs., 14 of whom declared, &c.

Age

st. lb. Mr J. M. Stanley's br. h. Cariboo, by Venison

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7 Capt Lane's ch. c. Conmore, by Malcolm

4 7 5 Mr Phillips' b. h. Le Juif (h. b.), by Faugh-a-Ballagh

5 7 5 La Clifden's br. c. Poodle, by Ion

4 7 4 Mr E. Phillip's ch. c. Koh-i-noor, by The Libel

7 0 Mr Cooper's b. h. Montague, by Philip the First

aged 7

0 Mr W. Palmer's b. m. Doubt, by Gladiator

aged 6 11 Mr W. Balfe's br. m. Isabella, by Tearaway

6 6 10 Mr T. Dawson ns. b. c. Lerrywheut, by Lanercost

4 6 6 La Guernsey ns. br. c. Little Davie, by Young Priam

4 6 4 Mr Smith's b. m. Harp, by Kremlin

5 6 3 Mr Rowden's b. c. Happy Joe, by Lanercost

4 6 0 Mr Isaac Day's b. h. Waterfall, by Cataract

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12 Mr J. M. Stanley's ch. e. Corybantes, by Scamander

5 7 Mr C. Snewing's b. f. Katty Darling, by Simoom

3 5 0 Mr J. Merry's br. f. Charming Woman, by Lanercost

3 4 12 Mr F. Eglington's b. c. Llanforda, by Bran

3 4 10 Mr Cowley's ch. f. Lampedo (h. b.), by Combatant

3 4 7 Ld Clifden's br. c. Angelo, by Assault

3 4 4 br. c. Feramorz, by Ion

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The winner to subscribe to this stake for 1854, and to pay 15 sovs. to the Racing Fund, Granby Course, about a mile and a half.-65 subs., 44 of whom declared, &c.

Age st. lb. Mr J. White ns. ch. h. Russborough, by Tearaway

12 9 Mr Robt. E. Oliver ns. b. h. Warwick, by Sir Isaac

11 11 Mr W. Herrick ns. ch. g. Sir Robert (h. b.), by Tariff

6 11 9 Mr Payne's b. h. Faux Pas, by Taurus

11 8 Mr Cheney ns. ch. h. Heriot, by Velocipede

5 11 5 Duke of Rutland ns. b. C. Lerrywheut, by Lanercost

4 11 3 Ld Chesterfield's b. m. Gladiole, by Gladiator

6 11 0 Mr W. Whitfield ns. br. f. Galvanism, by The Doctor

4 11 0 Mr Thomas Atkinson ns. b. m. Harp, by Kremlin

5 10 11 Mr Henry C. Fane ns. b. c. Cheroot, by Anti-Repealer

4 10 11 Mr Sterling Crawfurd's ch. c. Harrier, by Thistlewhipper

4 10 11 Col A. Shirley ns. br. g. Remunerator, by Retriever

6 10 10 Mr H. Hargreaves ns. br. c. Lithograph, by Sir Hercules

4 10 10 Mr Saxon's ch. g. Caurire, by David, or Arthur

- aged 10 10 Ld Forester ns. ch. h. Orpheus, by Orlando

4 10 6 Count Batthyany's br. 8. Jack-in-the-Corner, by The Conjuror

- aged 10 6 Ld Wilton ns. b. h. Humphrey, by Cotherstone

6 10 5 Ld Maidstone ns. Mr Fiennes' b.č. Old Rowley, by The Merry Monarch

4 10 4 Mr W. M. Wood ns. br. c. The Monk, by Cowl

4 10 4 Mr A. Thorsby's b. g. Talisman (h. b.)

6 10 2 Genl Anson's ch. c. by Don John, out of Potentia

3 9 10 WEDNESDAY.—The CUP, of 501. in specie, added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, 10

ft., and 5 only if declared, &c.; for horses of all denominations (two year olds excepted). The

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CATTERICK BRIDGE; BATH AND SOMERSET: winner to subscribe to this stake and the Granby Handicap for 1854, and to pay 15 sovs. to the Racing Fund. The winner of the Granby to carry 10lb. extra. Two miles.--24 subs., 14 of whom declared, &c.

Age st. lb. Mr W.F. N. Norton ns. ch. g. Sir Robert (h. b.), by Tariff

11 10 La Tweeddale ns. br. f. Galvanism, by The Doctor

11 4 Ld Chesterfield's b. m. Gladiole, by Gladiator

11 3 Mr Payne's ch. f. Hirsuta, by Cotherstone

4 11 0 Sir Thomas Moncrieffe ns. b. m. Harp, by Kremlin

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13 Ld Granby ns. ch. h. Caurire, by David, or Arthur

aged 10 12 Ld George Manners ns. ch. g. Smuggler Bill, by The Commodore, or The Saddler

aged 10

12 Duke of Beaufort ns. b. c. Burndale, by Lanercost

10 Ld Scarborough ns. br. g. Jack-in-the-Corner, by The Conjuror

aged 10 Mr Richard Milward ns. ch. c. Hobby-horse, by Ithuriel

3 9 A SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, if three horses start, for two year old colts, 8st.

71b.; fillies, 8st. 41b. A winner previous to starting, to carry 3lb. extra ; of two, or the Althorp

Park Stakes, 71b. extra. Half-a-mile. Ld Wilton's ch. c., by The Hero, d. by Touch- Mr Payne's b.f., by Bay Middleton, - Lady Strut stone, out of Pet

Mr Knowles's ch. c. Marsyas Count Batthyany's b. c. The Marquis of Sevigné Mr J. Adkins' b. c. Contender Mr Mare's b. f. Little Kitty

Ld Clifden's b. f. Nightshade

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CATTERICK BRIDGE. Third Year of the THIRD EASBY TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., for four year

olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb.; the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 5 sovs,

towards expenses. Two miles.-20 subs. Mr Cookson's br. c. Claverhouse

Mr Hesseltine's ch. f. by The Squire, out of br. f. Launceletta

Joinville's dam Mr Cuthbert's b. g. Glendinning

Mr Jaques's b. c. Snarler Mr T. Dawson's b. f. The Bit of Blue

b. c. The Sheltie ch. c. The Varmint

Mr Meiklam's b. c. Cleveland Mr W. H. Dawson's f. by The Squire--Portion *+

br f. Evadne Ld Glasgow's b. f. by Alarm, out of Physalis *Mr J. J. Robinson's ch. f. Agnes Wickfield

ch. f. (dead) by John-o'-Gaunt, out of *Mr J. Scott's b. f. Songstress Conspiracy

ch. f. Canina +Capt Harcourt's b. c. Burndale

Mr J. Williamson's b. c. Impromptu Mr Hesseltine's bl. f. Catch-em

*Ld Zetland's br. f. Lady-bird Won in 1851 by Songstress by a neck, Lady-bird second, Evadne third. The starters are denoted

by an asterisk. Won in 1852, by Evadne by a length, Caracara (his nomination void for 1853, by the death of

the nominator) second, Burndale third. Only three (1) ran. Second Year of the FOURTH EASBY TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., for three

year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb.; the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay

5 sovs. towards expenses. To start at the end of the straight run in, and go once round and in. *Mr J. Dawson's b. f. Anteverta

Mr Meiklam's br. f. Ada Ld Eglinton's ch. f. Elspeth

b. f. Double-shot by Fancy Boy, out of Capt Harcourt's b. f. Fairthorn

br. f. (dead) Modesty Mr Hesseltine's.b. f. by Assault, out of Tabitha Mr W. Stebbing's br. c. by Assault, out of Miss Bramble

Norton bl. f. by I. Birdcatcher, out of Aspen Mr Wentworth's b. f. Mabella Mr Hodgson's ch. f. Jane Wilbred

Mr Williamson's br. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, out Mr Jaques's bl. c. Cat's-paw

of Extempore
* Walked over for in 1851 by Anteverta.

BATH AND SOMERSET.

Lord CLIFDEN and J. M. STANLEY, Esq.-STEWARDS, Mr E. REYNOLDS, Secretary. Mr. J. F. CLARK, Judge. Mr. HIBBURD, Starter. TUESDAY, May 17.-The LANSDOWN TRIAL STAKES of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., with 50 sovs. added;

three year olds, 7st., four, 8st. 71b., five, 9st., six and aged, 9st. 3lb.; mares and geldings allowed 3lb.; the winner to be sold for 6001. if demanded in the usual way, unless exemption from being claimed be stated at the time of entrance, and horses for which such claim is made to carry 9lb.

extra; the winner to pay 5 sovs. towards the expenses, &c. One mile. D of Bedford's b. c. Gossip, 3 yrs

Mr J. Powney's ch. c. Lamartine, 5 yrs Mr Greville's b. c. Young Norval (h. b.), 3 yrs D of Richmond's b. c. Homebrewed, 4 yrs Mr H. Hill's b. c. Ireland's Eye, 3 yrs

Mr Sargent's b. f. Kate, 4 yrs Mr Megson's b. c. Weathergage, 4 yrs

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

aged Lady Harriet, by The Merry Monarch 4 Angelo, by Assault

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Lamartine, by Epirus

5 April Fool, by Burgundy

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Lampedo, by Combatant

3 Audubon, by Irish Birdcatcher

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Leap Year, by Melbourne

5 Augusta, by Irish Birdcatcher

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Lindrick, by Trueboy
Bird-on-the-Wing, by Irish Birdcatcher 4 Lira, by Knight of the Whistle
Bold Boy, by Fancy Boy

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Madeline, (h. b.), by Orlando Break o' Day Boy, by Harkaway 3

By MELBOURNE, C. --Sally Warfoot 4
Buckthorn, by Venison

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Millstone, by Touchstone

3 Bushranger, by Thistlewhipper 6

Missive, by Envoy Carrier, The, by Envy or Minotaur

Michaelmas Maid, by Bay Middleton 3 Chief Baron Nicholson, by The Baron 4 Mocassin, by Cotherstone

3 Constantine, by Sir Hercules

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Molasses, by St. Francis

3 Dandy, The, by The Ugly Buck 3

Montague, by Philip the First

aged Dabchick, by Weatherbit

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Moscow, by Hetman Platoff Defiance, by Old England

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Musician, by Lanercost Diomedia, by Weatherbit

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Nancy, by Pompey Elcot (h. b.), by Venison

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Octavia, by Orlando Ethelwolf, by Faugh-a-Ballagh

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Oflicious, by Pantaloon Exact, by Irish Birdcatcher

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Pantomime, by Lanercost Feramorz, by Ion

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Peggy, by Pompey Follow-me-Lads, by Epirus

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Postulant, by Cowl Frantic, by Alarm

Prevention, by Verulam Friday, by Venison

Psaltery, by Ithuriel

3 Galvanism, by The Doctor

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Red Lion, by Malcolm Harry, by Stackpole

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Redmond o'Hanlon, by Freney Hobbie Noble, by Pantaloon

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Sharavogue, by Freney Houlakin, by Lanercost

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Tavistock, by Oakley Hugo, by Weatherbit

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Trifle, by Sweetmeat Ianthe, by Ion

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Waterfall, by Cataract Ireland's Eye, by Harkaway

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The BIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for two year olds, colts 8st. 10lb., fillies

and geldings 8st. 71b.; 3lb. allowed &c.; the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay

5 sovs. towards expenses. T.Y.C.-19 subs. Mr E. Brayley's b. f. by Lothario, out of Harum- | Ld Ribblesdale's c. Heathfield (31b.) scarum (3lb.)

b. c. The Caliph Mr J. Brown's b. f. Balmoral

Ld J. Scott's b. f. by Pantaloon, out of Pione Mr Elwes's ch. f. by The Hero, out of Witticism Mr S. Scott's b. c. Monie Moses (3lb.)

Mr J. M. Stanley's b.f. Mishap Mr Howard ns. b. f. Diana

b. f. Querulous (dead) Mr C. A. Parker's b. f. sis. to The Countess of Mr P. Tomb's b. c. by Alfred, d. by Dr. Faustus Burlington

(3lb.) Mr Payne's b. c. Spinaway (3lb.).

Mr Waller's gr. f. Miniature (31b.)! br. f. by Van Tromp, out of Queen Mab Mr Wauchope s ch. c. by John oʻGaunt, out of (3lb.)

Valentinia (3lb.) Mr J. Downey's ch. c. Mark Anthony (31b.)

Mr Williams's br. c. St. Spiro (31b.) ch. c. Changarnier Second year of the BIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for three year olds, colts

8st. 71b., fillies and geldings 8st. 4lb.; the winner of a stake of the value of 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. Bristol mile.- 12 subs. Capt Archdall's b. f. Phæbe

Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Massena Mr Drinkald's b. c. by Mathematician, out of *Mr Howard ns. b. c. Cineas Kitten

Mr Payne's ch. f. Glenavon Mr Fuller's b. f. Oakleaf

Mr J. Powney's br. f. Amazon Mr Gratwicke's b. f. O.conia

*D of Richmond's b. f. Stella Sir J. Hawley's f. by Old England, out of Dark- Mr Sadler's b. c. Charon

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br. c. Contentment Won in 1852 by Cineas by a length, Stella second, Contentment third ; only three ran. WEDNESDAY.-The WESTON STAKES of 10 sovs. with 50 added, for two year olds, colts

8st. 91b., fillies and geldings Sst. 4lb.; the produce of untried horses or mares allowed 3lb., if

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