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BATH AND SOMERSET; NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. both, 5lb.; the winner of any one stake of 2001. value, before starting, to carry 5lb. extra, and

the winner to pay 51. towards expenses. Straight half mile.--18 subs. La Clifden's b. f. Nightshade

Mr Payne's b. c. Spinaway (31b) Mr. Henson's b. c. Royalist

Mr Quail's ch. f. Norna (31b). Mr J. Hewitt's ch. c. Prince of Orange

Mr S. Scott's b. c. Oliver (31b) Capt Lane's ch.c. Epaminondas (31b.)

Capt Skipworth's b. f. Magic (31b)
Sir J. B. Mill's ch. f. Pyrrha (31b)

Mr J. Stephens's br. f. Topsy (h. b.)
Mr John Osborne's br. f. The British Queen Mr Treen's gr. f. Clio
Mr Openshaw's b. f. Norma

Mr Vickers's b. f. Himalaya (31b)
Mr Parker's b. f. The Greek Slave

Mr Williams's ch. f. Mouser (late Ellen) (51b) b.or br. c. The Cheshire Marquis (3lb.)

b. f. Zenith (31b)

The City Cup, 100 sovs. in specie, added to a Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each; three year olds, 7st.,

four, 9st. 5lb., five, 9st. 131b., six and aged, 10st. 41b.; mares allowed 41b., and geldings, 71b.; Arabian, Persian, or Turkish horses, or out of mares of such breed, allowed 181b., if both, 361b.; horses bred in America or on the Continent of Europe allowed 14lb.; horses (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) never having won 501. including their own stake, at any one time in 1853, previously to the day of starting, allowed 4lb; four year olds and upwards never having won or received as second horse 100l. including their own stake at any one time in 1852 or 1853, previously to the day of starting, and not having been placed in the Derby or St. Leger of 1852 (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 10lb.; five year olds and upwards never having won or received as second horse 1001. including their own stake at any one time in 1851, 1852, or 1853, previously to the day of starting (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 16ib.; maiden three year olds allowed 8lb.; maiden four year olds, not having been placed in the Derby or St. Leger of 1852 (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 14lb.; maiden five year olds (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 18lb.; maiden six year olds and upwards (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 28lb. The second horse in any stake having received 100l. including his own stake not to be considered maiden. The winner of the Port Stakes in 1853 to carry 5lb. extra; the winner of the Ascot, Goodwood, or Doncaster Cups, or the Derby or St. Leger of 1852, to carry 5lb. extra. Neither the allowances of weight for not winning, nor the penalties of extra weight for winning, or for running second, are to be accumulative. Horses having won abroad, and winners of matches only, not to be considered winners in this stake. The winner to pay 101. towards the expenses, and the second

horse to save his stake; about two miles and a half.-21 subs. Mr J. Armstrong's b. c. Houlakin, 4 yrs Mr Megson's b. c. Weathergage, 4 yrs D of Bedford's bl. c. Dabchick, 3 yrs

Mr Parker's b. f. Lady Harriet, 4 yrs Mr Blackburn's b. m. sister to Clothworker, 6 yrs La Palmerston's b. c. Buckthorn, 4 yrs Mr R. Chilton's br. c. Audubon, 3 yrs

Mr T. Parr's b. g. Trifle, 4 yrs Ld Clifden's br. c. Feramorz, 3 yrs

D of Richmond's b. c. Home-brewed, 4 yrs Mr G. Drew's Sloth, aged

Mr J. D. Shafto's br. g. Garforth, 6 yrs Mr W. Etwall's b. g. Andrew, 4 yrs

Mr J. Sheppard's ch. f. Augusta, 3 yrs Mr W. Harrison's br. c. by Melbourne out of Ld Waterford's b. g. Warner, aged Sally Warfoot, 4 yrs

Mr Wilkins' b.f. Peggy, 3 yrs Mr H. c. Ireland's Eye, 3 yrs

Mr S. Wreford's b. f. by enison Wedding Mr Hobson ns. b. c. Mocassin, 3 yrs

Day, 4 yrs Mr Holland's bl. f. Bird-on-the-Wing, 4 yrs

The Dyrham Park, Aristocratic, and a Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each, with 50 added by the members for the County,

close and name on the 1st of May.

NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE.

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Lord J. SCOTT, H. G. LIDDELL, Esq., M.P., and J. M. STANLEY, Esq.-STEWARDS. Mr. RADFORD, Secretary.

Mr. R. JOHNSON, Judge.

Mr. J. GRAY, Clerk of the Course. TUESDAY, June 28.-The NORTH DERBY STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 100 added, for three year

olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 21b.; the winner of any stake before starting value 500 sovs., to carry 5lb. extra ; the second to receive 50 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 10 gs. to

the Judge. Once round.—20 subs. Mr G. Barton's ch. f. The Belle

Mr W. l'Anson's b. c. Balrownie Mr Bowes's b. c. West Australian

Mr Merry's b. c. Craigends
Mr R. Chilton's b. c. Audubon

Mr Nichol's bl. f. Honeydew
Mr E. R. Clark's br. c. Early Bird (dead) Mr John Osborne's b. c. Bold Davie
Mr Dawson's b. or br. c. Georgy

Mr Pedley ns. ch. c. Luxurious
Mr J. Dawson's b. c. Boswell (dead)

Mr R. Reed ns. b. c. Wild Deer Ld Eglinton's b. c. Strait Jacket

Mr Ridley's br. or b. f. Voltigeuse (dead) b. c. Erycthon

Mr H. Stebbing's b. c. by Assault-Disagreeable Capt 0. V. Harcourt's b. f. Fairthorn

Mr Surtees's br. c. Honeywood Mr Harrison's b. c. Drum Major

Mr Watters's b. c. Lord Fauconberg

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Third year of the THIRD TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., for four year olds, colts

8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 4lb.; the second to receive 10 per cent. and the third 5 per cent. out of the

stakes. Two miles.-11 subs. Mr Dawson's b. f. The Bit of Blue

Mr Meiklam's b. c. Cleveland Ld Eglinton's b. f. Veracity

Mr B. Plummer's b. c. Young Hawthorn b. c. Claverhouse

Mr J. Scott's b. f. Songstress ch. g. Pelopidas

br. g. Don Carlos Capt Harcourt's b. c. Burndale

*Mr Wrather's bl. f. by Trueboy, cut of Miss *+Mr Meiklam's br. f. Evadne

Lydia
Won in 1851 by Evadne, beating Trueboy filly by a length ; only two ran.

In 1852 Evadne walked over ; Ld Eglinton withdrawing his stakes. WEDNESDAY.–PRODUCE SWEEPSTAKES of 25 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts

8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 4lb. ; 3lb. and 5lb. allowed, &c.; if four start, the second to save his stake.

Two miles.- 6 subs.
Mr G. Barton's b. f. Latona

Sir C. Monck's b. c. Vindex
Ld Eglinton's b. c. Erycthon

Mr B. Plummer's b. c. Lord Fauconberg (31b.) Mr Merry's b. c. Craigends (51b)

Mr White ns. br. c. Honeywood (31b.) The NORTHUMBERLAND PLATE of 200 sovs. added to a Handicap Stakes of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., and

only 5 if declared on a day to be named when the weights are published ; the second to receive 50 sovs. out of the Stakes, and the third to save his stake ; a winner of a handicap (subsequent to the declaration of the weights) of 200 sovs. or upwards, to carry 6lb., of two of that value, 9lb. extra. The winner to pay 25 gs. towards expenses. Two miles.--88 subs. Age st. lb.

Age st. ib. Ammonia, by the Ugly Buck

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Indian Warrior, by Napier

4 Ann Eliza, by Iago

Ireland's Eye, by Harkaway

3 April Fool, by Burgundy

Jacqueline, by Don John

3 Audubon, by Irish Birdcatcher

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Joe Miller, by Venison

4 Banshee, by The Ugly Buck

John Dory, by Alpheus

aged Bardolph, by Orlando

King of Troy, by Î. Priam Beverlac, by Beverlac

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Kingston, by Venison Bird-on-the-Wing, by I. Birdcatcher

Kitty White, by Malcolm Black Doctor, by The Doctor

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Lambton, by The Cure Braxey, by Moss Trooper

Leopold, by Phlegon Break-o'day Boy, by Harkaway 3

Lindrick, by Trueboy Cardinal Wiseman, by Cardinal Puff

Little Jack, by Slane Cariboo, by Venison

Lough Bawn, by MagpieCharity, by Melbourne

Lucio, by Faugh-a-Ballagh Chief Justice, by The Hydra

Major, The, by Cotherstone

3 Claverhouse, by I. Birdcatcher

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Major's Remedy (late Fancy Free), by
Cleveland, by Fancy Boy

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4 Colsterdale, by Lanercost

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By MELBOURNE, c. out of Sally Warfoot 4 Constantine, by Sir Hercules

Melrose, by Melbourne

3 Coomberland Sthatesmon, by British

Merry Bird, by I. Birdcatcher

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Missive, by Envoy Dame Tattle, by Ithuriel

Moscow, by Hetman Platoff Daniel o'Rourke, by I. Birdcatcher

Muscovite, by Hetman Platoff Dear Polly, by Pompey

Nancy, by Pompey Dick Turpin, by Redshank

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Nerva, by Charles XII. Doublethong, by Assault or I. Bird

Newminster, by Touchstone catcher

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Peg Fife, by Galanthus

3 Dowager, The, by Verulam

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Peggy, by Pompey

3 Event, The, by The Era

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Pelopidas, by I. Birdcatcher

4 Exact, by I. Birdcatcher

Prime Minister, by Melbourne

5 Fairplay (h. b.), by Sir Hercules

Pug Orrock, by Pantaloon

3 Fancy Girl, by Fancy Boy

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Rachetée, by Irish Birdcatcher

4 Father Thames, by Faugh-a-Ballagh 4

Red Lion, by Malcolm By FITZ-ALLEN, c. out of Miss Burn's d. 3 St. Andrew, by Lanercost

3 Friday, by Venison

St. Michael, by Delirium

4 Gad-about, by Melbourne

Snowdrop, by Galanthus

4 Garforth, by Yaxley

Snowdon Dunhill, by Iago Georgy, by Malcolm

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Songstress, by I. Birdcatcher Goldfinder, by Faugh-a-Ballagh

Spring Flower, by Galanthus Goorkah, by Annandale

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Surveyor, The, by The Doctor Haricot, by Mango or Lanerost

Talfourd, by Ion Hatchet, The, by Poynton

Tomato, by Mango Helena (h. b.), by Launcelot

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Unity, by Anti-Repealer Helen Faucit, by Telemachus

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Weathergage, by Weatherbit Hobby Horse, by Ithuriel

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Woolwich, by Chatham
Honeywood, by Sweetmeat

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NEWCASTLE, THE LOTHIANS AND EDINBURGH. The TYRO STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for two year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., and fillies

8st. 41b.; a winner before starting of 100 sovs. to carry 2lb. extra ; the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 5 gs. towards expenses. T.Y.C.-13 subs. Mr B. Bailey's br. c. Liberator

Mr Pringle ns. b. c. Quin Mr Chilton's ch. c. Middlesborough

Mr R. Read's br. f. Beauty Ld Eglinton's b. f. Integrity

Mr C. Spence's ch. c. Canute Mr Hutchinson's br. f. Jujube

Mr W. Stebbing's ch. c. Bright Phoebus Mr Johnstone's b. c. Gabriel

Mr Waterworth's b. c. Neville Sir C. Monck's b. c. Flashman

Mr J. Watson's ch. c. Crockford Mr J. Osborne's b. f. Bridesmaid THURSDAY.-Fourteenth year of the GATESHEAD or LOTTERY STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50

added for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 4lb. ; the second to save his stake. Two miles Mr Dawson's br. c. Georgy

Mr J. Osborne's br. c. Early Bird (dead) ch. f. Janey

Mr Surtees's br. or bl. f. Honeywood Ld Eglinton's b. c. Strait Jacket

ns. b. or br. f. Lady Mowbray Mr W. E. Hobson's b. c. Orestes

Mr Thomas's br. c. Beverlac Sir C. Monck's b. c. Vindex

Mr F. Walker's bl. c. Roger Thornton Mr J. Neill's b. or br. f. Miss nderton

Mr H. Watters's b. c. Lord Fauconberg The GOLD CUP STAKES of 10 sovs. each, three year olds 6st. 10lb., four 8st. 5lb., five 9st., six, and

aged 9st. 3lb. ; mares and geldings allowed 3lb.; the winner of the Northumberland Plate to carry 3lb. extra. Gentlemen taking a nomination, and not starting, to be subject to the payment

of 3 sovs., which will be given to the second horse. Two miles.—15 subs. Caracara, by Irish Birdcatcher, 4 yrs

Peggy, by Pompey, 3 yrs Cariboo, by Venison, 6 yrs

Pug Orrock, by Pantaloon, 3 yrs Evadne, by Fancy Boy, 4 yrs

St. Michael, by Delirium, 4 yrs Exact, by Irish Birdcatcher, 3 yrs

Songstress, by Irish Birdcatcher, 4 yrs Kingston, by Venison, 4 yrs

Spring Flower, by Galanthus, 3 yrs Lambton, by The Cure, 3 yrs

Vindex, by Touchstone, 3 yrs Nancy, by Pompey, 5 yrs

Weathergage, by Weatherbit, 4 yrs Newminster, by Touchstone, 5 yrs The GRAND STAND STAKES of 10 sovs. each, 5 ft., with 50 added from the Grand Stand, for two and

three year olds; two year olds, 6st. 121b., three 8st. 121b.; fillies and geldings allowed 3lb. ; the winner of the Tyro or the North Derby to carry 4lb. extra. The winner to pay 5 guineas towarps expenses, and the second to save his stake. Ten subscribers, or no engagement. T.Y.C.-14 subs. Mr R. Chilton's ch. c. Middlesborough, 2 yrs Mr Pringle ns. b. c. Quin, 2 yrs Mr G. Cunningham's br. f. The Jewess, 2 yrs LD J. Scott's b. f. by Alarm, d. by Elis, 2 yrs Mr J. Douglas ns. br. c. Sir Peter

Mr Scott's b. c. by Galaor, out of MisconcepLd Eglinton's b. f. Integrity, 2 yrs

tion, 2 yrs Mr Meiklam's bl. c. The Hatchet, 3 yrs

Mr Thompson's bl. c. Commodore Charley, 2 yrs Sir C. Monck's b. f. Hunca Munca, 3 yrs

Ld Waterford's ch. c. April Fool, 3 yrs Mr J. Osborne's br. c. Brown Brandy, 2 yrs

Mr Waterworth's b. c. Neville, 2 yrs b. f. Lady Lambton, 2 yrs

The Members' and Corporation Plates close and name in the Manchester Race week.

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LOTHIANS AND EDINBURGH. TUESDAY, May 12.-The LOTHIANS HANDICAP of 10 sovs. each, 5 ft., and only 3 if declared, on

or before the 1st of April, with 60 added; the winner of any handicap subsequent to the publishing of the weights, of 100 sovs. value, to carry 5lb.; of two or more, 7lb. extra; the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 10 sovs. towards expenses. Three horses, the property of different individuals, to start, or the added money will not be given. Two miles. Weights to be published on the 16th of March. Age. st. lb. 1

Age. st. Ib. Audubon, by Irish Birdcatcher

Lindrick, by Trueboy Beech Nut, by Freeman

Little Davie, by Young Priam

4 Braxey, by Moss Trooper

Little Jack, by Slane

6 Captain Cornish, by lago

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Major, The, by Cotherstone Cleveland, by Fancy Boy

Mary Ann, by Ithuriel Delusion, by Irish Birdcatcher

Melrose, by Melbourne Dicke Turpin, by Redshank

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Merry Bird, by Irish Birdcatcher - 4 Fair Play (h. b.), by Sir Hercules 3

Miss Ann, by The Little Known - aged Fancy Girl, by Fancy Boy

Mysticle, by Young Priam

aged Friar's Hall, by Annandale

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Once More, by Auckland Galvanism, by The Doctor

Pitfall, by Irish Birdcatcher Gipsy Boy, by Venison

Queen of the Lothians, by Kremlin Haricot, by Mango or Lanercost

Red Lion, by Malcolm Helena (h. b.), by Launcelot

Russborough, by Tearaway

6 Italian, by Touchstone

Testator, by Inheritor

aged Jenny Lind, by Charles XII.

aged Vest, by Cotherstone John Dory, by Alpheus

Woolwich, by Chatham

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LICHFIELD, DERBY, BEVERLEY, AND HULL.

75 The ATHENIAN STAKES (handicap) of 7 sovs. each, 5 ft., and only 3 if declared, &c., with 25 added,

for Hunters. Certificates of having been regularly hunted with any established pack of hounds in the season 1852 or 1853 to be produced from the respective Masters of Hounds, to be shown before starting. Gentleman riders. Professionals allowed to ride by carrying blb. extra. Two miles. Age st. lb.

Age st. Ib. John Dory, by Alpheus aged Testator, by Inheritor

aged Miss West, by aged Victress

aged Nancy Martinson, by Sleight-of-Hand 4 The PROSPECT STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added, for two year olds 6st. 121b., and three year olds 9st.; fillies and geldings allowed 31b. A winner once before starting to carry 31b., twice, 5lb. extra; maidens up to the same time allowed 3lb. The second to save his stake. Three

quarters of a mile.
Mr J. Douglas ns. br. c. Sir Peter, 2 yrs

Mr W. Sharp's br. g. Parasite, 3 yrs
Mr J. Osborne's b. f. The British Queen, 2 yrs Mr W. Waterworth's b. c. Neville, 2 yrs
Mr Redfern ns. br. f. Garrulity, 2 yrs

LICHFIELD. A PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 20 added, for three year olds, colts 8st. 61b., fillies

8st 3lb. ; 3lb. allowed, &c.; the winner of a stake of 100 sovs. or upwards, to carry 5lb. extra.

One mile.-4 subs. Capt Cookson's b. f. by Launcelot, out of Fair Mr Copeland's b. f. Little Blossom · Star (3lb.)

Mr Flintoff's b. c. Whalebone (3lb.) -Mr Copeland's b. c. The Adjutant

DERBY. A PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs each, with 50 added if three horses start, for three year olds, colts

8st. 71b., fillies and geldings 8st. 3lb. ; 3lb. allowed &c.; the winner of the Derby or Oaks to carry

5lb. extra. One mile and a half.
Mr W. H. Brook's br. f. Incense (3lb.)

Mr Copeland's b. c. The Adjutant
Ld Chesterfield's c. by Bay Middleton, out of Sir C. Rushout's ch. c. Ethelbert (31b.)

Lady Lurewell (3lb.)

BEVERLEY, HULL, AND EAST RIDING.

Clerk of the Course and Judge, Mr RICHARD JOHNSON, of York, WEDNESDAY, June 15.—The BISHOP BURTON STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 50 added for

two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb. Awinner once before starting, to carry 3lb., twice, 5lb.

extra. The second to save his stake, and the winner to pay 5 sovs. to the Fund.-T. Y.C. Mr T. Dawson's b. c. Diligent

Mr John Osborne's br. f. Bridesmaid Mr J. Dunn's b. c. by Ratan, out of Miss Mar

b. c. Brown Brandy tin, by St. Martin

Mr R. Read's b. f. Monitress Mr T. James ns. br. f. The Jewess

Mr J. Roper's b. f. Maid of Clifton Mr Knapton's ch. c. Merry Monk

Mr C. Spence's b. or br. c. Cardsharper Mr H. Lister's b. c. Little Jem

Mr W. Stebbing's ch. c. Bright Phoebus The HOLDERNESS HUNT STAKES of 5 sovs. each with 25 added, for horses that have been regularly

hunted during the last season with any established pack of hounds, three year olds 9st. 31b.; four 10st. 12lb. ; five 11st. 10lb.; six and aged 12st. 21b.; mares and geldings allowed 3lb., halfbred horses 7lb. A winner in 1852 or 1853, once 3lb., twice 5lb., thrice 7lb. extra. The horses must clear a hurdle three feet high before starting.-Two Miles. Mr G. Arran's b. h. Timothy, 6 yrs

Mr T. Cunningham's ch. c. Mire Hill, 4 yrs Mr W. Brooke's br. f. Slashing Alice, 4 yrs Mr Gibb's b. f. Nancy Martinson, 4 yrs Mr Browne's br. g. Vidette, aged

Mr John Lamplugh's b. g. Latitat, aged Mr Condron's ch. g. Smuggler Bill, aged Mr Skelton's br. g. Sir Philip, 6 yrs THURSDAY.–The HULL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 25 added, by the inhabitants of the

Town of Hull, for two and three year olds; two year olds 6st. 7lb., and three 8st 71b. ; fillies and geldings allowed 3lb. A winner in 1853 before starting, to carry 3lb., twice 5lb., or of the Bishop-Burton Stakes 7lb. extra. Three-quarters of a mile. Mr J. Brown's ch. f. Annie, 3 yrs

Mr J. Roper's b. f. Maid of Clifton, 2 yrs Mr Lister's b. c. Little Jem, 2 yrs

Mr C. Spence's br. f. Catharine Parr, 3 yrs Mr John Osborne's br. f. Bridesmaid, 2 yrs Mr Wise's br. c. Broughton, 3 yrs

b. c. Brown Brandy, 2 yrs

NOMINATIONS IN IRELAND FOR 1853.

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W.QUIN, Esq., Marquis of WATERFORD, and Sir T. BURKE, Bart., STEWARDS. TUESDAY, April 26.-The First Class Of The Madrid Stakes of 25 sovs. each, 5 ft., if declared, &c., for three year olds ; the second to save his stake ; Rathbride Post.--19 subs., 5 of whom declared, &c.

st. lb. Mr Copperthwaite's br. f. The Deformed, by Bur- Mr Copperthwaite's ch.c. Ballinasloe (late Sly Fox), gundy or Harkaway 9 by Harkaway

7 5 ch. f. Light of the Harem, by Magpie

6 Mr Watts's ch. f. Duchess de Guise, by Magpie

Sir T. Burke's gr. c. Brother to Chanticleer, by 5 Birdcatcher

7 5 La Waterford's ch. c. April Fool, by Burgundy 8 Mr Balfe's b. f. Rosalba, by Colwick

7 5 Capt Scott's b. f. Helena, by Launcelot

7 12 Mr Rynd's br. c. by Crozier, out of Summerhill Ld Waterford's b. f. by Corranna, out of Red Rose 7 10 Mr Nelson's b. c. Paddy Carey, by Burgundy,

Mr Kenny's f. Breiby, out of Young Trouble7 7 some's dam

7 Mr Dowling's b. c. by Burgundy, out of Lady Mr Maxwell's b. f. Catgut, by Bretby

6 12 Harkaway

7 SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, 5 ft., and only 2 if declared by the 1st of January, with 40 added. New Waterford Post. -12 subs., 1 of whom declared, &c.

Age, st. lb. Mr Clarke's b. m. Isabella, by Tearaway

Age, st. lb. 8 10 Mr Coffey's ch. c. Mire Hill, by Hermit Mr P.Orford's b.m.sis. to Batteraway, by Tearaway 5 8 0 Mr Courtenay's b. c. Gay Lad, by Lothario

73 Ld Waterford's ch. c. Lancaster, by Corranna 4 7 12 | Ld Waterford's b. m. Miss Hayes, by Retriever 6 Mr Quin's ch. f. Fuze, by Lothario

7 10 Mr Newcomen's ch. f. Duchess de Guise, by Magpie 3 6 10 Mr Wynne's b. c. Bold Boy, by Fancy Boy 4 7 9 Mr Wynne's b. c. by Mayboy, d. by Rainbow

6 6 Mr Maxwell's ch. c. Eglinton, by Bretby

4 78 First Class of the Railway and Turr Club Free HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 5 sovs. each, 3 ft., with 50 added, for three year olds. New Rathbride Post.

st. lb. Mr Murphy's bl. f. Twig, by Launcelot 7 8 Mr Balfe's b. f. Alexia, by Colwick

6 12 ch. c. Ballinasloe, by Harkaway 7 5 La Conyngham's ch. c. Blessington, by Harkaway

9 Mr Fitzpatrick's b. c. Patrick, by Harkaway 7 2 Mr P. Flood's b. c. Pick pocket, by Magpie

7 Mr Lee's ch. c. by Polish, out of Danceaway, 7 1 Mr M'Donogh's b. f. Gleam (late Glaucopis), by Sir T. Burke's b. f. Sally Barnard, by Magpie 6 12

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Mr Maxwell's b. f. Catgut, by Crosby

6 The Second Class of the RAILWAY and TURF CLUB FREE HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 5 sovs. each, 3 ft., with 50 added for four year olds. New Waterford Post.

st. Ib. La Conyngham's ch. c, Thunder, by Magpie 8 1 Mr P. Dowling's b. c. by Magpie-Lady Harkaway 6 12 Mr Quin's ch. f. Fuze, by Lothario.

7 11 Mr Copperthwaite's ch. g. by Harkaway, out of Sir T. Burke's b. 1. Sphynx, by The Ugly Buck 75 Bounceaway's dam

6 10 Mr Orford's b. f. May-day, by Harkaway

Mr H. Lane's b. c. Napoleon III., by Lothario 6 10 Mr Friend's c. bro. to Russborough, by Tearaway 7 2 Mr Tate's b. c. Collier, by Freney

6 9 Mr Harrison's b. f. Lalage, by Epirus

- 7 2 Third Class of the Railway and TURF CLUB Free HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 5 sovs. each, 3 ft., with 50 added, for five year olds and upwards. One mile and a half, on the Peel Course. Age st. lb.

Age st, lb. Mr Orford's b. m. sis. to Batteraway, by Tear

Mr Henderson's b. g. Bou Maza, by Lanercost 6 73 away

5 8 2 Mr Murphy's b. h. Earl of Warwick, by LaunLa Conyngham's b. g. Cyprus, by Ithuriel - 6 7 11 celot

5 6 13 Mr Quin's br. h. Whiff, by Lanercost

5 7 9 Col Arthur's b. h. Conscript, by Roscius - 6 6 11 Col Arthur's ch. g. Doubtful (late Castaway),

Mr J. Grier's ch. m. Jenny Lind, by Tamburini 5 6 7 by Freney

6 7 8 FRIDAY.-SECOND Class of THE MADRID STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 15 ft., and 5 if declared, &c., for three year olds; the second to save his stake, provided three start. New Rathbride Post.-19 subs., 5 of whom declared, &c. st. lb.

st. lb. Capt Scott's b. f. Helena, by Launcelot

Mr P. Dowling's b. c. by Burgundy, out of Lady Mr Murphy's bl. f. Twig, by Launcelot 8 Harkaway

7 7 Ld Waterford's ch.c. April Fool, by Burgundy 7 8 Capt Scott's b. f. Mozelle, by Burgundy

7 8 Mr Rynd's br. c. by Crozier, out of Summerhill 7 7 Mr Balfe's b. f. Rosalba, by Colwiek, out of Alba 6 13 Mr Watt's ch. c. Master Bob, by Harkaway 7 Mr Fitzgerald's br. f. Sally Barnard, by Magpie 6 10 Sir T. Burke's gr. e. bro. to Chanticleer, by Irish Mr J. Kenny's b. f. by Bretby, out of Young TrouBirdcatcher

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6 10 Mr Henderson's b. c. Monsoon, by Simoom 7 Mr J. Kelly's ch. c. by Polish, out of Danceaway 6 8

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

6 CURRAGH JUNE. WEDNESDAY (Second Day), June 29.-The NURSERY Stakes of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 70 added, for two year olds,

colts 8st. 51b.; fillies and yeldings 8st. ; 31b. and 5lb. allowed, &c. New Half Mile. -20 subs. Mr N. Balfe's br. c. by Oxonian, out of White Rose (5lb.) Mr Clarke's ch. c. by Bryan o'Lynn, out of own sister to

Roscius (5lb.)

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