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Age st. lb. Mr J. J. Adkins's ch. c. Tavistock, by Oakley

5 Mr Petitjean na. b. c. St. Andrew, by Lanercost

5 2 Mr Shepherdson's br. f. Pastrycook, by Sweetmeat

2 Mr J. Warburton na. b. c. The Hatchet, by Poynton

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2 Capt. Scott's b. f. Helena, by Launcelot

2 Id Chesterfield's b. c., by The Emperor, out of Begum

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2 Gen. Anson's ch. c. by Don John, out of Potentia

2 Mr R. Smart's bl. f. Friar's Hall, by Annandale

3 Mr Forester na. f. by Touchstone, out of Boarding-school Miss

5 2 Mr H. Hill's b. c. Ireland's Eye, by Harkaway

2 Mr Snow's br. f. Postulant, by Cowl :

0 Mr R. Bayley na. ch. f. Hannah, by Verulam

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0 Capt. Hives's br. f. Polly, by Lanercost

5 Mr F. Eglinton's b. c. Llanforda, by Bran

3 4 12 Mr Rowan's ch. c. Fionn ma Cout, by Clear-the-Way

4 12 Mr Southby's b. c. Contentment, by Archy

4 12 Mr J. Gray's b. f. Locket, by Ithuriel

4 12 Mr J. Walker na. b. f. Efie Deans, by Faugh-a-Ballagh

4 12 Mr Hayter's b. c. Friday, by Venison

4 12 Mr Disney's bl. f. Lady Gough, by Launcelot

3 4 10 Mr Wreford's b. f., by Cotherstone, out of Wedlock

4 10 Mr J. Wilkinson's b. c. Lord Lieutenant, by Red Deer

3 4 10 Mr Williams's ch. f. Shropshire Lass, by Cotherstone

4 10 Mr W. Holmes's ch. C. Auchinleck, by Assault

3 4 10 Mr Thompson's b. c. Guicowar, by Galaor

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4 10 Mr Morris's br. f. Charity, by Melbourne •

4 10 Mr Knowles's b. c. Talfourd, by Ion

4 10 Mr Delamere's b. c. Deerhound, by The Fallow Buck

4 10 Mr Balfe's b. f. Rosalba, by Colwick

4 10 Mr Hall na. b. c., by Mickey Free, dam by Rainbow

4 Ld Chesterfield's b. f. Jacqueline, by Don John

4 7 Gen. Anson's br. f. Nerva, by Charles XII.

4 7 Mr Oakley na. b. c., by The Ugly Buck, out of Lady Leger

4 7 Mr T, Powell's br. f. Anne Page, by Falstaff

4 7 Mr J. Bell na. b. c. Dacony, by Pompey

4 7 THURSDAY.—The Dee Stakes of 10 sovs each, with 200 added, for three year olds, colts 8st. 7lb.,

fillies 8st. 21b.; the second to receive 50 sovs. out of the stakes ; and the winner to pay 25 sovs.

towards expenses. Grosvenor Co.-46 subs. Gen Anson's ch. c. by Don John, out of Potentia Capt Harcourt's b. f. Fairthorn b. c. Hardbake

Mr Harrison's b. c. Drum Major br. c. Mayfair

Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Warbler b. c. by Tearaway, out of Margaret

b. f. Strawberry Hill ch. f. Lady Margaret

b. g. Mocassin b. c. Molasses

b. c. Veteran b. f. Athol Brose

Mr Herbert's ch. f. Eliza Mr G. Barton's ch. f. The Belle

Mr W. I'Anson's b. c. Balrownie br. c. The Refiner

Mr Jaques's b. c. Anglo-Saxon La Caledon's c. bro. to Shylock

bl. c. Catspaw Mr E. R. Clark's br. c. Early Bird (dead) Mr L. Keegan's b. g. Cognac (h. b.) Id Clifden's b. c. Glengarry

b. f. Helena (h. b.) b. c. Constantine

Mr J. Lucas's b. c. Brightwaltham Mr Copeland's b. or br. c. The Adjutant

Mr W. Mercer's b. c. Singapore ns. ch. c. Sir Walter

Mr Merry's b. c. Craigends Mr Dawson's b. c. Georgy

Mr Osbaldeston's br. f. Sylphine Mr J. Dawson's b. c. Boswell (dead)

Mr J. Osborne's b. c. Bold Davie La Eglinton's b. c. Erycthon

Mr Palmer's b. c. Erin-go-Bragh b. c. Strait Jacket

Mr C. Peck ns. br. c. The Buccaneer Mr Francis's b. c. Tamerlane

Mr Pedley's b. c. The Elk Mr Gratwicke's b. c. Feversham

Ld Stradbroke's b. c. William Rufus ch. c. Sittingbourne

Mr Waller's b. c. Orinoco Mr W. Halford's br. g. John Bull

La Westminster's b. c. Dupe The MARQUIS OF WESTMINSTER'S PLATE value 100 sovs., added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of

10 sovs. each, for all ages (two year olds excepted). The winner to pay 10 sors. towards expenses. The winner of any handicap after the publication of the weights, 5lb., and of the Trades' Cup 10lb. extra, but not to be accumulative. Grosvenor Course.-39 subs.

[The weights to be published in April.]
Age. st. lb.

Age st. lb. April Fool, by Burgundy

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Conmore, by Malcolm Carrier, The, by Envoy or Minotaur

Dandy, The, by The Ugly Buck 3 Charley, by Cotherstone

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Age st. lb. Deformed, The, by Burgundy or Hark- Prime Minister, The, by Melbourne 5 away

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Redmond O'Hanlon, by Freney By DON JOHN, C., out of Potentia - 4

Richmond, by Melbourne

4 Evadne, by Fancy Boy

Richard Primmer, by Venison 4 Indian Warrior, The, by Napier - 4

Rosalba, by Colwick

4 Kiteflyer, by Simoom

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St. Michael, by Delirium

4 Knavery, by Iago

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Sanita, by The Cure Lady Agnes, by Irish Birdcatcher

Sir Rowland Trenchard, by Ithuriel 5 Light of the Harem, The, by Magpie 3 Snarty, by Sleight-of-hand

4 Madeline, by Orlando

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Surprise (h. b.), by St. Lawrence 4 By MELBOURNE, b. c.-Sally Warfoot 4 Sutler, The, by Touchstone

4 Mrs. Birch, by Gameboy

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Trousseau, by Gameboy Molasses, by St. Francis

Truth, by The Libel
Mountain Deer, by Touchstone

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Valour, by Irish Birdcatcher

3 Nerva, by Charles XII.

Varmint, The, by Irish Birdcatcher 4 Pelion, by Ion

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Weathergage, hy Weatherbit Polly, by Lanercost

3 The CHESHIREWELTER CUP of 100 sovs., by subscription of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft., and 5 only if

declared on a day to be named, with 30 sovs. added; the winner of any handicap of the value of 200 sovs. clear, after the publication of the weights to carry 5lb., and the winner of the Trades Cup 7lb. extra, but not to be accumulative; the winner to give two dozen of champagne to the members of this race; jockies allowed to ride on carrying 5lb. extra. Grosvenor Course. Age st. lb.

Age st. lb. Agis, by Safeguard - aged Hungerford, by John o'Gaunt

5 Carrier, by Envoy, or Minotaur 4

Miss Ann, by The Little Known

aged Caurire, by David or Arthur aged Montague, by Philip the First aged Chaseaway, by Harkaway

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Musician, by Lanercost Cheroot, by Anti-Repealer

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Redmond o'Hanlon, by Freney 4 Constantine, by Sir Hercules

Remunerator, by Retriever Fairplay (h. b.) by Sir Hercules 3

Sir Rowland Trenchard, by Ithuriel 5 Fazeley, by Tamworth

Sphynx, by The Ugly Buck Gaylad, by Greatheart

- aged Timid Fawn, by Red Deer Heriot, The, by Velocipede

Titterstone (h. b.), by Greatheart Hero, The (late Woodfold) (h. b.) aged Tomboy, by The Nob

6 Houlakin, by Lanercost

Trifle, by Sweetmeat

4 FRIDAY.-Sixth Year of the CESTRIAN STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 30 added, for three year

olds, colts 8st. 6lb., fillies and geldings 8st. 3lb.; the winner of the Dee Stakes 3lb. extra. One

milé and three quarters. Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Sittingbourne

Mr Osbaldeston's br. f. Sylphine Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Warbler

Mr Palmer's b. c. Black Jacke (late Hippocrates) b. g. Mocassin

Mr Waller's b. c. North Pole The Third Year of the First TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 50 added

for four year olds, colts 8st. 9lb., fillies 8st. 5lb.; 3lb. and 6lb. allowed, &c. The winner to pay

10 sovs. to the fund. One mile and three quarters.—10 subs. *Mr G. Barton's b. c. Bethgelert (3lb.)

Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Hautboy (6lb.) Mr Bateman's ch. c. Dismay

b. c. Bob Major (6lb.) b. f. by Freney, out of Kate Kearney Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. March Bird (3lb.) Mr Copeland's b. c. The Corporal (31b.)

** b. f. Merry Bird (31b.) br. g. The Director

*Mr C Peck's b. f. Needle (3lb.) Won in 1851 by Needle by half a head, Merry Bird second, Bethgelert third; only three ran.

In 1852 walked over for by Merry Bird. The Second Year of the SECOND TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft. with 30 added,

for three year olds, colts 8st. 9lb., fillies 8st. 5lb. ; 3lb. and 6lb. allowed, &c. Castle pole, once

round and in.--8 subs. Mr Allen's b. f. by Falstaff, out of Delusion | Sir J. Hawley's b. g. Mocassin (31b.)

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b. c. Defiance (3lb.) Capt Archdall's b. f. Phæbe (31b.)

Mr E. J. Irwin's b. f. by Mickey Free, out of br. f. Dudu (31b.)

Anna Maria (31b.) ch. c. Csonian

*Mr Worthington's b. f. Jaquenetta (31b.) Won in 1852 by Defiance by half a neck, beating Jaquenetta. The EATON STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 30 added, for three and four year olds ; three year

olds, 7st. 4lb., four 8st. 121b., fillies and geldings allowed 41b., and maidens at the time of naming 3lb.; winners at any one time in 1853 of 100 sovs. clear (handicaps and matches excepted) to carry 3lb. extra. Grosvenor Course.-9 subs. Age 1

Age La Caledon's b. c. Mushroom 3 Capt Monsoon's b. c. Monsoon

3 Mr. E. R. Clark's b. c. Little Swift 3 Mr Redhead's br. f. Dressmaker

3 Mr Chilton's br. c. Audubon 3 Mr Wilkins' b. f. Peggy

3. Mr Knowles's b. c. Talfourd 3 Mr Wise's br. c. Broughton

3 Capt Lane's ch. g. Conmore

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The WIRRAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h, ft., with 30 added, for two and three year olds, two year

old colts 6st. 121b., fillies 6st. 8lb., three year old colts 9st., fillies 8st. 10lb.; winners in the present year, once 3lb., and twice or more 5 ib. extra. T.Y.C.--13 subs. Age

Age Mr Ayrton's b. f. by Annandale, out of Ex- Mr Halford's ch. f. Eliza travaganza 2 Mr Johnston's b. c. Gabriel

2 Mr Copperthwaite's ch. f. The Light of the Mr Osborne's b. f. Josephine Harem

3 Mr J. Osborne's b. f, Bridesmaid Ld Clifden's b. c. Oleaster

2 Mr C. Spence's b. f. Trump Queen -
ch. f. Ossa
2 Mr W. H. Scott's b. f. slander

2 Mr E. R. Clark's b. c. Winter 3 Mr Taylor na. br. f. Pastrycook

3 Ld Chesterfield's b. c. by The Emperor, out of Begum

3 The CHESHIRE STAKES of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., and 5 only if declared on a day hereafter to be

named, with 60 added. A winner of any handlcap race, subsequent to the publication of the weights, of the value of 200 sovs. clear, to carry 5lb., or of the T'rades' Cup 10lb. extra, but not to be accumulative. The second horse to save his stake, and winner to pay 10 sovs. to the Race Fund. From the Castle-pole, once round and in ; about a mile and three furlongs.--36 subs. Age. st. lb.

Age. st. lb. April Fool, by Burgundy

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Lindrick, by Trueboy

4 Benita, by The Baron

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Madeline, by Orlando Bishop, The, by Cowl

Mr. Moon, by Sleight-of-Hand Black Doctor, The, by The Doctor 5

Molasses, by St. Francis Cardinal Wiseman, by Cardinal Puff

Mountain Deer, by Touchstone Carrier, The, by Envoy or Minotaur

Ninny-hammer, by Orlando

3 Chief Baron Nicholson, by The Baron 4 Recommendation (h. b.), by CounConmore, by Malcolm

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4 Countess of Téba, by Simoom

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Richard Primmer, by Venison Daniel O'Rourke, by Irish Birdcatcher 4 St. Michael, by Delirium

4 Harp, by Kremlin

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Sanita, by The Cure

4 Harbinger, by Touchstone

Sextus, by Pompey Homebrewed, by Chatham

Shropshire Lass, by Cotherstone Ianthe, by Ion

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Sutler, The, by Touchstone Joe Miller, by Venison

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Warwick, by Sir Isaac King of Trumps, by Velocipede - 4

Weathergage, by Weatherbit

4 Koh-i-noor, by The Libel

Whalebone, by Heron.

3 Lady Evelyn, by Don John aged Woolwich, by Chatham

aged Lady in Waiting, by The Emperor 4 First Year of the THIRD TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 30 added, for

two year olds, colts 8st. 9lb., fillies 8st. 5lb. ; 3lb. and 6lb. allowed, &c. T.Y.C.-10 subs. Mr Barton's bl. or br. f. The Gem

Mr Lawson's ch. c. (h. b.) by Napier, out of CawCapt Cookson's br. f. Maggie (3lb.)

rouch's dam Mr Copeland's b. c. Field Marshal

Mr Meiklam's bl. c. Stiletto b. c. Thessalian (31b.)

Mr J. Osborne's ch. c. by Napier-Avis (61b.) Mr Herbert's ch. f. by Safeguard, out of Sarah Mr Worthington's b. f. Phæbe (3lb.) Rebecca (31b.)

br. f. Juliet (3lb.) To close and name for the Grosvenor Stakes, the Dee and Grand Stand Cups, and the 5 sovs. Handicap, in the race week.

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LIVERPOOL
G. PAYNE, Esq, Hon. FRANCIS VILLIERS, and Lord GLASGOW, STEWARDS.
Mr. TOPHAM, Clerk of the Course

Mr. J. F. Clarke, JUDGE.

Mr. HIBBURD, Starter. WEDNESDAY, July 13.-The LANCASHIRE OAKS of 10 sov. each, h. ft., with 100 added, for three

year old fillies, 8st. 71b. each ; the winner of the Epsom Oaks to carry 71b., the second 5lb., and the winner of the 1000 gs. 5lb., or of any other sweepstakes of the value of 300 sovs. clear, 3lb. extra; the extra weight in any case not to exceed 7lb.; maidens up to the time of starting, having been beaten twice, allowed 3lb., thrice or more, 5lb.; the second to receive 30 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 10 sovs. towards expenses of the course. Once round. Mr J. Alfred's b. or br. Maid of Delamere Mr Bowes's ch. by Irish Birdcatcher, out of MickleMr Allen's b. The Queen

ton Maid b. by Duncannon, out of Ellen

Ld Clifden's ch. Psaltery br. by The Anchor, out of Miss Sheraton Mr Copeland's b. or br. Little Blossom Gen Anson's br. Mayfair

Mr Dawson's ch. Janey ch. Lady Margaret

Mr J. Dawson's b. Anteverta b. Athol Brose

Mr Disney's bl. Lady Gough ch. by Knight of the Whistle, out of The Ld Glasgow's b. by Don John, out of Miss Sarah Abbess

Mr S. Hawke's b. Mistletoe Capt Archdall's b. or br. Phæbe

Sir J. Hawley's b. Strawberry Hill b. Dudu

br. Hermione Mr G. Barton's ch. The Belle

Mr E. Herbert's ch. Eliza

Mr Keegan's b. Helena

Mr H. Stebbing's b. by Assault, out of Newton Mr Meiklam's b. Ada

Lass Mr Osbaldeston's br. Sylphine

Ld Strathmore's b. Wee-thing Mr J. Osborne's b. by Melbourne, out of Tiffany | Mr Wentworth's b. Mabella, Mr C. Peck's b. Violante

Mr Whaley's b. Queen Bee Mr J. Singleton ns. br. Carema (dead)

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A PRODUCE SWEEPSTAKES of 200 sovs. each, h. ft., for two year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies 8st. 4lb.

3lb. allowed, &c.-T.Y.C. La Clifden's b. c. Alembic

La Glasgow's c. (dead) by John o'Gaunt, out of Ld Derby's b. f. Sortie (3lb.)

Miss Sarah (31b.) Ld Eglinton's br. c. Julian (31b.)

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

Reel (3lb.)

THURSDAY.-A PRODUCE SWEEPSTAKES of 500 sovs. each, h. ft., for two year olds, colts 8st. 10lb.,

and fillies 8st. 71b.; 3lb. allowed, &c. La Derby's b. f. Sortie (31b.)

D of Richmond's b. c. by Van Tromp, out of Ld Glasgow's c. (dead) by John o'Gaunt, out of

Reel (3lb.) Miss Sarah

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The FOAL STAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 6lb., fillies 8st. 3lb. ; 3lb.

allowed, &c.—Once round and a distance. Ld Clifden's b. c. Glengarry

Mr Jaques's ch. c. Pitfall Ld Glasgow's b. c. Doublethong

Ld Stanley's ch. c. Hobby-horse Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Warbler (31b.)

The LIVERPOOL Cup, in specie, value 200 sovs., added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of 25 each, 15 ft.,

and 5 only if declared on a day hereafter to be named. The winner of any Sweepstakes, Cup, Cup Stakes, or Plate, of the clear value of 500 sovs., after the weights appear, 5lb. ; two of such races 10lb. extra, but this in any case to be the extreme penalty. The winner of the Manchester Trades' Cup, Ascot Stakes, Northumberland Plate, Suffolk Stakes at Newmarket, or Cumberland Plate, 10lb. extra ; or of any other Handicap race of the value of 200 sovs. clear, 31b.; of 400, 5lb.; or of any two of such last-mentioned handicaps, 8lb. extra. The winner to pay 30 sovs. to the Judge, and 15 sovs. towards the expenses of the course. The second to receive 50 sovs. out of

the stakes. Two miles.- subs. [If the highest weight accepting is under 8st. 71b., it will be raised to that, and the others in proportion; the weights to be published the week following the Epsom Summer Meeting.] Age st. lb.

Age st. lb. Aaron Smith, by Simoom

Father Thames, by Faugh-a-Ballagh 4 Alp, by The Provost

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Galvanism, by The DoctorAmmonia, by The Ugly Buck

Goldfinder, by Faugh-a-Ballagh April Fool, by Burgundy

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Goor kah, by Annandale Attack, by Touchstone

Harbinger, by Touchstone Auchinleck, by Assault

Helen Faucit, by Telemachus Babette, by Faugh-a-Ballagh

Hesse Homburg, by Robert de Gorham 5 Ballinasloe, by Harkaway

Hobby Horse, by Ithuriel

3 Banshee, by The Ugly Buck

Hungerford, by John o'Gaunt 5 Bardolph, by Orlando

Ianthe, by Ion

5 Beverlac, by Beverlac

Indian Warrior, by Napier By BIRDCATCHER, IRISH, f. (sister to

Ireland's Eye, by Harkaway Caracara)

Italian, by Touchstone . c. out of Surprise

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Jacqueline, by Don John

OT Black Doctor, by The Doctor

Kingston, by Venison Candlewick, by The Prime Warden

Kitty White, by Malcolm

3 Cariboo, by Venison

Koh-i-noor, by Tne Libel Charity, by Melbourne

Lady Amyott, The, by Faugh-a-BalChaseaway, by Harkaway

lagh Cheroot, by Anti-Repealer

Lady Evelyn, by Don John

aged Chief Justice, by The Hydra

Lady Gough, by Launcelot Claverhouse, by Irish Birdcatcher

Lambton, by The Cure

3 Colsterdale, by Lanercost

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Lindrick, by Trueboy

4 Constantine, by Sir Hercules

Little Davie, by Young Priam - 4 Crassus (late Dacony), by Pompey 3

Longbow, by Ithuriel

4 By CROZIER, C. out of Summerhill 3

Lord Fauconberg, by I. Birdcatcher 3 Daniel o'Rourke, by Irish Birdcatcher 4

Lucio, by Faugh-a-Ballagh

4 Dear Polly, by Pompey

Madeline, by Orlando By Don John, c. out of Potentia

Major's Remedy (late Fancy Free), Event, The, by The Era

by Fancy Boy Fairplay, by Sir Hercules

Massaroni, by Beverlac

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Prime Minister, by Melbourne Missive, by Envoy

Rachetee, by Irish Birdcatcher - 4
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4 Molasses, by St. Francis

Redmond o'Hanlon, by Freney 4 Monsoon, by Simoom

Rosalba, by Colwick

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St Michael, by Delirium Moscow, by Hetman Platoff

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Sanita, by The Cure Mountain Deer, by Touchstone 5

Sextus, by Pompey

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Songstress, by Irish Birdcatcher 4 Neasham, by Hetman Platoff

Surveyor, The, by The Doctor Newminster, by Touchstone

Talfourd, by Ion

3 Paddy Carey, by Burgundy

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Termagant, by Cotherstone Pauline, by Sweetmeat

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Timid Fawn, by Red Deer Peggy, by Pompey

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Trousseau, by Gameboy Pelion, by Ion

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Twig, by Launcelot Pelopidas, by Irish Birdcatcher 4

Valour, by Irish Birdcatcher

3 By POLISH, c. out of Danceaway 3

War Hawk, by Magpie

4 Poodle, by Ion

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Weathergage, by Weaherbit

4 Pride, by Archy

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aged FRIDAY.-The BICKERSTAFF STAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds colts 8st. 71b.,

fillies 8st. 4lb. ; 3lb. allowed, &c.-One mile. One to the post. Sir J. Hawley's br. c. Veteran

Ld Glasgow's br. c. by Lanercost, d. by Actæon b. g. Mocassin (3lb.)

La Stanley's ch. c. Hobby-horse Ld Glasgow's b. 1. by Don John, out of Physalis

br. c. Umbriel The GREAT LANCASHIRE PRODUCE SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for two year olds,

colts 8st. 7lb., fillies 8st. 41b. ; 3lb. and 6lb. allowed, &c.; the second to receive 20 sovs. out of

the stakes, and the winner to pay 10 sovs. towards the expenses of the course.-T.Y.C. 36 subs. Capt Archdall's br. f. Zest (31b.)

Mr E. J. Irwin's bl. c. The Blacksmith (3lb.) br. f. Alabama (6lb.)

Mr Lawson's ch. c. (h. b.) by Napier, out of CawMr G. Barton's bl. f. The Gem

rouch's dam Ld Clifden's br. f. Bird's-nest

Mr Meiklam's bl. c. Stiletto b. f. Sofa (31b.)

Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. bro. to Mountain Deer b.c. Oleaster (31b.)

b. f. by Touchstone, d. by Camel (31b.) Capt Cookson's br. f. Maggie (3lb.)

b. f. by Touchstone, out of Side SadMr Copeland's b. c. Thessalian (31b.)

dle's dam La Derby's b. c. Acrobat

b. c. by Touchstone, out of Campfolb. f. The Ranee (31b.)

lower ch. f. by John o'Gaunt, out of Carica- Mr Joseph Osborne's ch. f. Ariel ture (31b.)

br. f. by Tearaway, out of Red PrecipiMr Disney's br. c. Gamekeeper (31b.)

tate (3lb.) b. f. Juanita Perez (3lb.)

Mr John Osborne's ch. c. by Napier-Glenhawk's Ld Eglinton's b. f. Glaucopis

dam (6lb.) ch. c. Lamprocles (6lb.)

Mr C. Peck's b. f. The Empress (6lb.) b. f. Holiday (3lb.)

Mr Wadlow's b. c. by Orlando or The Sea, out of Sir J. Hawley's ch. f. Mississipi (3lb.).

Icicle (3lb.) f. by Old England, out of Poison (31b.) Mr G. Watt's ch. c. Bandy (late Brandy Boy) br. f. sis. to Aphrodite

br. f. Stone-chatter Mr Hesseltine's b. c. by Pyrrhus the First, out of Mr Whaley's b. f. by Ariadne Blue Light (6lb.)

b. c. Bacchus (3lb.) The LIVERPOOL ST. LEGER of 10 sovs. each, with 100 added, for three year olds, colts 8st. 8lb.,

fillies 8st. 3lb. ; the winner of the 2000 Guineas Stakes or the Derby, to carry 7lb., of the 1000 Guineas, or Oaks, 5lb.; of the Dee Stakes or Lancashire Oaks, 3lb. extra; of any two of the above, 2lb., in addition to the highest weight attached to either; the second to receive 50 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 10 sovs. towards expenses. One mile and three-quarters.

-36 subs. Mr Allen's br. g. Chaff was

Mr Copeland's b. or br. c. The Adjutant b. c. Chesterton

ns. ch. c. Sir Walter Gen Anson's b. c. by Tearaway, out of Margaret Mr J. Dawson's b. C. Boswell (dead) b. c. Molasses

Mr T. Dawson's b. c. Georgy br. f. Mayfair

Ld Eglinton's b. c. Erycthon ch. f. Lady Margaret

b. c. Vanderdecken ch. c. by Don John, out of Potentia

b. c. Strait Jacket b. c. Hardbake,

Mr W. Gulliver's b, c. Chilton Capt Archdall's ch. c. Oconian

Capt 0. V. Harcourt's b. f. Fairthorn Mr G. Barton's br. c. The Refiner

Mr Harrison's b. c. Drum Major b. c. Balrownie

Sir J. Hawley's br. c. Veteran). Mr E. R. Clark's b. c. Little Swift

b. c. Warbler Ld Clifden's b. c. Glengarry

b. g. Mocassin

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