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Ld Derby's b. c. De Clare

| Ld Ribblesdale's b. f. Ferrara (31b.) b. f. by Melbourne, out of Meeanee

b. c. Damascus (dead) Mr H. W. Des Vaux's b. f. by Epirus, out of |D of Richmond's b. f. by Epirus, out of Reel Dil-bar

br. c. by Red Hart, out of Refraction Ld Eglinton's br. c. Dirk Hatteraick (31b.)

(61b.) - na. bl. f. (dead) by Touchstone, out of Ld J. Scott's br. f. Rambling Katie Beeswing

Mr J. M. Stanley's c. (dead) by Orlando or Ld Exeter's b. c. Crown Pigeon (61b.)

Cowl, out of Miss Twickenham Ld Glasgow's br. f. by Pyrrhus the First, out | Ld Strathmore's b. f. Minx (61b.) of Miss Whip (61b.)

Mr Villiers na. c. by Surplice, out of ClemenMr Payne's b. f. Cornucopia (31b.)

tina (6lb.) Sir R. Pigot's br. f. Katie Stewart (3lb.)

Ld Zetland's gr. f. Dame Partlet (6lb.) Ld Ribblesdale's ch. c. Cecrops

The LAVANT STAKES of 50 sovs. each, 30 ft., for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb.:

the winner of the July or Chesterfield Stakes at Newmarket to carry 5lb. extra, of any two vear old stakes value 300 sovs., including the winner's own stake, 3lb. extra, of any two such 6lb. extra; no horse to carry more than 6lb. extra ; the owner of the second horse to receive

back his stake; half a mile.--20 subs. Ld Bruce's b. c. by The Libel, out of Splitvote | Mr Howard's b. f. by Launcelot, out of Eulogy 22L2 2 ?Â2âÒâm?\§Â2Ò§Â2Òâētiņ2ņēmēģti

Capt Lane's br. f. Paradigm Ld Eglinton's b. c. Neoptolemus

Mr Mare's b. c. Tynemouth Mr Elwes's b. c. Commander-in-Chief

Mr Merry's b. c. Lord of the Isles Ld Exeter's b. f. Nagara

Mr Newland's br. c. Triumvir ch. c. Strood

Mr Osbaldeston's br. c. Claret Mr J. Gully's ch. c. Prince of Wales

Mr Payne's c. by Orlando, out of Layla Sir J. Hawley's br. f. Chime

b. f. Cornucopia Mr H. Hill's br. c. Kingstown

Sir R. Pigot's bl. c. Uncle Tom Mr Howard's br. f. Algeria

Mr Powell's b. f. Plausible

year old

( 12 to the carry 8lb.

WEDNESDAY.--The DRAWING-ROOM STAKES of 25 sovs. each, with a bonus by independent

subscription of 16 sovs. each, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 2lb.; the winner of either Derby or Oaks to carry 8lb., the second for either 4lb. extra; once round.-13 subs. to the stakes, and 12 to the bonus. D of Beaufort na. br. c. Kaffir

Mr Mare's ch. c. Prince George Mr Bowes's br. c. Marley Hill

Mr A. Nichol's bl. f. Honeysuckle Ld Derby's ch. c. Acrobat

Ld Ribblesdale's b. c. Baalbec Mr C. Dorrien's b. f. Empress Catherine

D of Richmond's b. c. by Van Tromp, out of Ld Exeter's ch. c. The Consul

Reel - br. c. Belgrade

Mr J. M. Stanley's ch. c. Lincoln's Inn Mr Howard's br. c. Usquebaugh (dead)

b. c. Mirabeau Mr Elwes is a subscriber to the bonus only.

SWEEPSTAKES of 300 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year old colts, 8st. 71b. each; the winner of

the Derby to carry 10lb., of the 2000 gs., Newmarket, Gratwicke, or Drawing-Room Stakes,

5lb. extra; each subscriber named two colts, one to the post ; Craven Course.--4 subs. Ld Derby's ch. c. Ortolano

| Mr Greville's ch. c. Mandricardo - b. c. Boiardo

na. br. c. Boer Ld Exeter's b. c. Dandelion

Ld Ribblesdale's b. c. Baalbec br. c. Belgrade

- ch. c. Marsyas

The First Year of the Second GREAT NORTH AND SOUTH OF ENGLAND BIENNIAL STAKES of 10

sovs. each, with 200 sovs. added each year, for two year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillies 8st. 4lb. ; the winner of any race in 1854 value 500 sovs. to carry 3lb. extra that year; horses having started in 1854 and not won allowed 3lb. that year; the owner of the second horse to receive a sum equal to 10 per cent. on the whole stake, and the third a sum equal to 5 per cent, on

the whole stake. (To run the second year at York August Meeting.)-142 subs. Gen Anson's b. c. by Joe Lovell, out of Buzz Mr E. R. Clark's b. c. by Sir Tatton Sykes, b. c. Cavalier

out of Southdown - ch. f. by The Libel, out of Twilight - ch. c. (h. b.) by Sir Tatton Sykes, out - b. c. Roderigo

of sis. to Gobbo Mr D. Balding's br. f. Thetis

- b. or br.c.(h.b.) by Faugh-a-Ballagh, D of Bedford's br. g. Spinner

of Caurouch's dam br. c. Pugnator

— b. f. by Sir Tatton Sykes, out of Betsy Mr M. Cane's b. c. Toby Filpot

Bird b. f. She is My Fancy

Mr J. Clark's b. f. The Hind (h. b.) Mr J. Carey's br. c. Chisel

Ld Clifden's b. g. Glengyle Mr Carter's ch. c. by Malcolm, out of Crazy

ch, f. Homily Peggy

ch. f. Daffodil Mr R. Chilton's br. f. Whimsical

- b. c. Orphrey

Mr J. Cookson's ch. c. Cinnamon

1 Mr H. Mann's b. f. by Hetman Platoff, out of - br. f. Clove

Ricardus de Pickburne's dam - br. c. Titormus

Mr Meiklam's b. or br. f. Sicily Mr R. E. Cooper's br. c. Lymington

Mr J. Merry's ch c. Cock of the North Mr Copeland's ch. c. Cocytus

- b. c. Cockspur - br. c. His Piper

- gr. c. by Chanticleer, out of sis. to ch. f. Phylace

Moss Trooper - b. f. Fortune Teller

Mr Milner's b. c. Airlie - na. ch.c. Chaon

Mr J. Mitchell's b, or br. f. Tuburnia Mr J. Danby's br. c. New Holland

Sir C. Monck's br. c. Vandal Mr J. Dawson's b. f. by Malcolm, out of The | Mr G. Morton's ch. f. Scotia Cocktail's dam

b. f. by Pyrrhus the First, out of Mr T. Dawson's br. c. by Malcolm, out of Themis Rockalda

Mr Montague's b. c. Marco Spada
- br. c. by Malcolm, out of Kate For- | Mr Osbaldeston's br. c. Claret
rest

- b. c. Rifleman
- ch. c. by Malcolm, out of Itch's dam Mr J. Osborne's gr. c. Lord Alfred
- b. c. The Cropper

b. f. Lady Tatton Capt Delmé's b. c. Ontario

Mr W. T. Park's b. c. Elton Star Ld Derby's b. c. De Clare

Mr Parker's b. g. bro, to Cheshire Marquis - br. c. Paletot

Mr Payne's b. c. Valentinian — b. f. by Melbourne, out of Meeanee

- ch. c. bro. to Citadel Ld Dorchester's b. c, Cruiser

- b. c. by Orlando, out of Layla Mr J. S. Douglas's ch. c. Chilston

Mr Pedley's ch. c. Dartmouth
ch. c. The Archer

Mr Percieval's br. c. Wilverley
Mr Drinkald's b. c. by St. Lawrence, out of Ld W. Powlett's b. f. Miss Fanshawe
Azimuth

Mr J. Powney's b. c. William the Third
b. c. The Corfiote

Mr Quail's b. f. Capucine Ld Eglinton's br. c. Dirk Hatteraick

ch. c. Redlands b. c. Coroebus

Mr Redhead's b. or br. c. Duke of Hamilton - b. c. Neoptolemus

D of Richmond's b. c. by Red Hart, out of ReMr Etwall's b. c. Harewood

fraction b. or br. f. Thistle Fly

b. c. by Robert de Gorham, out of Mr Eyke's br. c. Cossey

Wilderness Mr Gratwicke's br. c. Pommel

b. f. by Epirus, out of Reel - b. c. The Earl

LD J. Scott's br. f. Pearlin Jean - br. f. Instructress

Mr J. Scott's b. f. Cypriana - bl. f. Marionette

ch. f. Bianca Mr Greville's b. c. Gerald

Mr S. Scott's ch. c. The Huntsman - bl. c. Joshua

gr. c. by Chanticleer, out of Egeria - b. f. Antoinette

b. f. by Bay Middleton, out of Gaiety Mr T. Groves's b. c. by Rowland, dam by - - ch. f. by The Hero, out of Nubia Beagle

Mr J. B. Shepherd's b. c. Jack Sheppard Capt Harcourt's f. by Van Tromp, out of Eller Mr J. C. Shepherd's ch. c. The Great Prophet dale's dam

Mr V. Surtees's b. c. Courtney f. by Chanticleer, out of Ellerdale Mr Thomas's br. c. bro. to Royal Hart Mr H. Hill's br. c. Kingstown

Mr Thompson's b. c. Baroda - gr. c. Jackdaw

- br. c. Canvasser Mr W. E. Hobson's b. c. Kettleby

- br. c. Sir George br. c. Scipio

Mr H. S. Thompson na. ch. or ro. f. Madame Mr L. Holmes's b. f. Elastic

Valentine Mr Hutchinson's ch. c. Westminster

- na. b. c. by Poynton, out of Merry br. f. Amy

Lass Mr Inman's b. f. The Lady of Lyons

na. ch. f. Florida Mr Jaques's b. c. Deer-stealer

Mr Villiers na. c. by Surplice, out of Cheddar's Mr Jephson's b. c. Ned Poins

dam Mr J. C. Johnson's b. f. by Touchstone, out of Mr R. Walker's b. c. Biron Maid of Lyme

- b.g. Bushberry Mr A. Johnstone's b. c. Lord of the Isles Mr Wauchope's b. f. Clotilde - br. c. Border Chief

Mr Way's b. c. Sir Roger Hill b. c. Planché

- b. c. Dr. Cooke Mr Knapton's gr. f. Margaret

- b. c. Priestcraft Mr Knowles's ch. c. Cecrops

- br. c. Ashton - b. f. Ferrara

Mr Wentworth's b. f. Katie b. c. The Rajah

Mr T. A. Wilkinson's b. c. Chelmerton b. c. Damascus (dead)

Mr J. Woffinden's b. c. The Lawyer Ld Londesborough's b. f. The Mosquito

Mr J. F. Woffinden's ch. f. The Princess Mr W. Lumley's f. Voracity

Mr R. Wright's ch. f. Roseblade

THURSDAY.The RACING STAKES of 50 sovs. each, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies

8st. 4lb.; the winner of the July, Clearwell, Criterion, or Prendergast Stakes 3lb., of either Riddlesworth, Column, Newmarket, 2,000 gs., 1,000 gs., or Drawing Room Stakes 6lb., of the Derby or Oaks 9lb., and of both Derby and Drawing Room 12lb. extra : the second to receive

100 sovs. out of the stakes; one mile.-22 subs. Gen. Anson's b. c. Scythian

| Mr Howard's br. c. Belgrare ch. c. Apollonius

Mr Mare's b. c. Bay Maresfield D of Bedford's ch. c. Hesse Cassel

Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. Champagne Mr Bowes's b. c. Blight

Mr Parker's b. c. Cheshire Marquis Mr E. R. Clark's ch. c. Punch Box

Mr Payne's ch. c. by John o'Gaunt, out of - b. c. by Sir Tatton Sykes, out of Glacis Starlight Bess

Sir R. Pigot's bl. c. Charlemont Mr W. Cookson's br. c. Juscovado

Ld Ribblesdale's bl. c. Marble Hill Ld Derby's b. c. Acrobat

D of Richmond's br. e. bro. to Harbinger (dead) LD Eglinton's ch. g. Lamprocles

Mr R. Ryder's br. c. bro. to Maid of Masham Ld Exeter's b. c. Dandelion

Ld Wilton's b. e. by Cotherstone, out of Mr Farrance's br. c. Prologue

Duchess of Lorraine Mr Greville's ch. c. Quince

SWEEPSTAKES of 200 sovs. each, for two year old colts, 8st. 7lb. each ; 3lb. and 5lb. allowed, &c.;

T.Y.C. Mr W. H. Brook's br, c. by Van Tromp, out of Ld Eglinton's br. c. Dirk Hatteraick (3lb.) Moonbeam (31b.)

Ld Ribblesdale's ch. c. Cecrops Ld Derby's b. c. Crown Pigeon (51b.)

| Mr Thomas's b. c. Dalston (51b.)

SWEEPSTAKES of 200 sovs. each, for two year old fillies, 8st. 7lb. each ; 31b. and 5lb. allowed, &c.;

T.Y.C. La Eglinton's bl. f. (dead) by Touchstone, out | Mr Greville's b. f. Antoinette of Beeswing

Mr Mare's b. f. Whistle Ld Exeter's b. f. by The Libel, out of Plenty Mr Payne's b. f. Cornucopia (31b.)

Ld Ribblesdale's b. f. Ferrara (3lb.)

The SUSSEX STAKES of 25 sovs. each, for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 41b.; 31b. allowed, &c.; a winner before starting 5lb. extra; the winner of the Lavant or Molecomb

71b., of both 10lb. extra; no horse to carry more than 10lb. extra; T.Y.C.-7 subs. Mr Bowes's b. c. Græculus Esuriens (31b.) | Sir R. Pigot's br. f. Katie Stewart Ld Chesterfield's b. c. by Cowl, out of Jemima D of Richmond's b. c. by Robert de Gorham. Mr Mare's br. c. Lapithe (3lb.) (wrong nom.) out of Wilderness (31b.) Mr Payne's b. c. Valentinian

Mr Vickers's b. c. Namur

SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies &st. 21b., the produce

of mares that never bred a winner; one mile. Gen Anson's ch. c. Apollonius

Mr Payne's br. c. Boer - b. c. Prince Arthur

Ld J. Scott's b. f. Terrona Ld Derby's b. f. Sortie

Ld Zetland's b. e. Tros

Third Year of the SECOND BEXTINCK MEYORIAL STAKES (triennial), of 10 sovs. each, for four

year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 2lb.; Queen's Plate Course.-36 subs. Capt Archdall's b. c. Pensioner

Mr Jaques's br. c. Anglo-Saxon b.f. Phoebe

- ch. c. Pitfall Mr Bowes's b. c. West Australian

Mr Merry's b. c. Craigends - ch. f. Auld Acquaintance

Sir J. B. Mill's br. f. Millstone *Mr Blake's ch. f. Belgraria (dead)

Mr Mare's b. c. Cock Pheasant Ld Clifden's b. c. Constantine

- b. f. Coleraine - b. c. Glengarry

- b. c. by Touchstone, dam by Discount - b. f. Psaltery

Mr Osbaldeston's br. f. Sylphine
Mr Drinkald's b. c. by Mathematician, out of *Col Peel's b. c. Talfourd
Kitten

-- b. c. by Orlando, out of Hersey Ld Eglinton's b. f. Eructhon

Sir R. Pigot's ch. f. Koh-i-Noor -- b. c. Vanderdecken

| *D of Richmond's br. c. Pharos Ld Exeter's br. c. Filbert

br. f. by Touchstone, out of Cuckoo b. c. Nuthook

- b. f. Stella *Mr Gratwicke's ch. c. Sittingbourne

*Ld Stradbroke's b. c. William Rufus b. c. Feversham

La Stradbroke's b. c. Lord Albemarle b. g. Gossip

Ld Strathmore's ch. c. Elmsthorpe (dead) b. f. Oxonia

Mr Wauchope's b. f. Bridget
Str J. Hawley's br. f. Hermione
Won, in 1852, by Pharos, by half a length, Sittingbourne second. The starters are denoted by an

asterisk.
In 1853, wolked over for by Sittingbourne.

Second Year of the THIRD BENTINCK MEMORIAL STAKES (triennial) of 10 sovs. each, for thre

year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies st. 3lb.; Gratwicke Stakes Course -61 subs. Gen Anson's b. c. Scythian

Gen Anson's ch. c. Apollonius b. c. Prince Arthur

b. c. Communist

Gen Anson's br. f. Moresca

| *Ld Exeter's b. c. Dandelion br. f. Lovebird

ch. c. The Consul ch. f. Rally

Mr Greville's ch. c. Quince Mr G. Barton's bl. f. The Gem

b. c. Bessus - b. c. Arthur Wellesley

- b. c. Mortimer Mr W. Baxter ns. br. f. Nelly

br. c. Kaffir D. of Bedford's bl. c. Sambo

*Mr Herbert's b. c. Autocrat ch. c. Student

Ld H. G. Lennox's b. c. Little Gerard Mr Bowes's b. c. Marley Hill

- b. c. Stonehenge - ch. f. Masia

Mr R. G. Lumley's b. c. by Hetman Platoft, b. f. Streatlam Fairy

out of Rackety Girl's dam Mr C. D. Breton's b. f. Rosaline

- b. c. by Hetman Platoff, out of The Mr Carew's b. c. Hurricane

Lamb Mr E. R. Clark's b. c. by Slane, out of South- Mr C. A. Parker's b. f. Lady Helen down

Mr Payne's b. f. Glengourie Ld Clifden's b. c. Rodo-meli

b. c. Boer b. c. Cardinal

Mr Pedley's br. f. Orange-blossom b. f. Violet

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

Capt Powell's ch. c. St. Stephen - br. c. Astolfo

Ld Ribblesdale's b. c. Ludwig Mr R. E. Cooper's b. f. The Nocice

ch. c. Marsyas ch. f. Poetry

D of Richmond's b. c. by Van Tromp, out of *Ld Derby's b. c. Dervish

Reel Mr C. Dorrien's bl. c. Telegraph

- b. c. (dead) by Touchstone, out of b. f. Empress Catherine

Cuckoo - ch. f. Game Pullet

--- br. c. (dead) by Robert de Gorham, Mr Drinkald's b. f. Zenith (dead)

out of Refraction Ld Eglinton's b. c. Julian

Sir J. V. Shelley's c. (dead) by Robert de br. c. The Norseman

Gorham, out of Liberia - b. f. Glaucopis

Ld Strathmore ns. ch. c. Bright Phoebus Ld Eglinton's ch. f. Erycina

Mr Villiers ns b. c. Brigliadoro Ld Exeter's b. c. Belgrade

Mr J. Wyatt's b. c. The Queen's Own Won, in 1853, by Autocrat, by two lengths, Dervish second, Dandelion third. Only three (*) started. First Year of the FOURTH BENTINCK MEMORIAL STAKES (triennial) of 10 sovs. each, for two

year olds, colts 8st. 71b, fillies 8st. 4lb.; T.Y.C.--64 subs. Gen Anson's b. c. Cavalier

| Mr C. Dorrien's b. c. Lawyer Endless ch. c. by Orlando, out of Muffatee

- ch, c. Prince of Wales

ch. f. by Surplice, out of Elope-Ld Eglinton's br. c. Dirk Hatteraick ment

b. c. Coroebus - ch. f. by The Libel, out of Twilight

b. c. Neoptolemus D of Bedford's ch. c. Paros

- bl. f. (dead) by Touchstone, out of br. c. Pugnator

Beeswing ch. c. Blake

Ld Exeter's ch. c. Strood Mr Bowes's b. c. Aurifer

b. c. Hazel - gr. c. T'he Bonnie Morn

Mr Jaques's ch. f. Harriot b. c. Græculus Esuriens

Mr Mare's b. f. IVhistle - b, f. The Northern Maid

b. c. by Bay Middleton, d. by Discount Mr C. D. Breton's ch. c. Aërolite

Major Martyn's b. f. by Lanercost, out of The - ch. f. Aurora

Moor's dam Mr W. H. Brook's br. c. by Van Tromp, out Mr Milner's b. c. Airlie of Moonbeam

Mr J. Mitchell's ch. f. Pra'tle Sir R. W. Bulkeley's ch. c. Aneurin

Mr Newland's b. f. Mariposa br. c. Talhairu

Mr Osbaldeston's b. c. Claret Mr E. R. Clark's br. or bl. c. by Sir Tatton Mr Payne's ch. c. bro. to Citadel Sykes, out of Faith

- b. c. Valentinian - br. f. by Sweetmeat, out of Avis

b. c. by Orlando, out of Layla - br. c. by Sir Tatton Sykes, out of Major Pearson's br. f. Paradigm Southdown

Mr C. Peck's br. c. The Baronet ch. c. bro. to Mr Sykes (h. b.)

Sir R. Pigot's bl. c. Uncle Tom - ch. f. by The Hero, out of Conceit Ld Ribblesdale's br. c. Sandboy Mr J. Clark's b. f. The Hind (h. b.)

- b. c. Damascus (dead) Ld Clifden's b. c. Glengule

b. f. Charmian - c. Socinian

D of Richmond's b. c. by Red Hart, out of - ch. f. Dodona

Refraction f. Chasuble

- b. c. by Robert de Gorham, out of Mr R. E. Cooper's c. by Orlando, out of Hibernia

b. f. by Epirus, out of Reel Mr Copeland's ch. c. Cocytus

Ld J. Scott's br. f. Ramiling Katie ns. ch. c. Chaon

Mr Thomas's b. c. Dalston Ld Derby's br. c. Paletot

Mr Villiers ns. c. by Surplice, out of Cheddar's - b. c. De Clare

dam b. c. Crown Pigeon

| La Zetland's gr. f. Dame Partlet

SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., and fillies 8st. 21b.; one

mile and a half. Ld Bruce's ch. f. Bribery

Mr J. Gully's b. c. Andover Ld Derby's b. f. Meteora

Mr Merry's b. c. The Wild Huntsman Mr Greville's br. c. Kaffir

Baron Rothschild's b. c. King Tom

The MOLECOMB STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., 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 71b. extra ; the

owner of the second horse to receive back his stake; T.Y.C.-15 subs. Ld Bruce's b. c. by The Libel, out of Splitvote | Mr Howard's b. or br. f. Trireme Capt Cookson's b. f. The Lady of Lyons

b. f. by Launcelot, out of Eulogy Ld Derby's b. or br. c. The Professor

Mr Mare's b. c. Tynemouth Ld Eglinton's b. c. Coræbus

Mr Merry's b. c. Lord of the Isles Mr Elwes's b. c. Commander-in-Chief

Mr Newland's br. c. Triumvir Ld Exeter's b. f. Nagara

Mr Payne's c. by Cotherstone, out of Polydora _ ch. c. Strood

Mr Powney's b. c. William the Third Sir J. Hawley's br. f. Chime

The GOODWOOD CUP, value 300 sovs., the surplus (if any) to be paid to the winner in money, a subscription of 20 sovs, each, with 100 added by the Racing Fund; two miles and a half; three year olds to carry 7st 71b, four Ist llb. five 9st 91b., six and aged 9st 121b; mares allowed 41b, geldings 71b; horses, &c., got by Arabian, Turkish, or Persian stallions, or out of Arabian, Turkish, or Persian mares, allowed 181b; both 361b.: horses. &c., bred in America, or upon the Continent of Europe, allowed 141b; horses (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) never having won 1001., including their own stake, at any one time in 1854. previous to the day of starting, and not having been placed in the Derby or Oaks of 1854, allowed 51b: four year ölds and upwards, never having won or received as second horse 1001., including their own stake, at any one time in 1853 or 1854, previous to the day of starting, and not having been placed in the Derby or St. Leger of 1853 (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, a any one time in 1852, 1853, or 1854. previous to the day of starting (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 16lb. Maiden three vear olds at starting, not having been placed in the Derby or Oaks of 1854, allowed 8lb. Maiden four year olds at starting, not having been placed in the Derby or St. Leger 1853 (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted allowed 141b. Maiden 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 speeified ag carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 281b; the second horse in any stake having received 10ől.. including his own stake, not to be considered mnaiden. The winner of the Emperor's Plate at Ascot in 1854 to carry 516. the second 21b extra. The winner of the Ascot, Goodwood, or Doncaster Cup, or of the Derby or Doncaster St. Leger in 1853, to carry 21b extra. The winner of the Derby in 1854 to carry 8lb, the second 31b extra. The winner of the Onks in 1854 to carry 71b, the second 21b extra. Neither the allowances of weight for not winning, nor the penalties of extra weight for 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 Second Year of the Roos BIENNIAL STAKES of 100 sovs. each, for three year

olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 41b.; each subscriber named two, one to the post; Craven

Course.-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 *Ld H. G. Lennox's b. c. Little Gerard of 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. Ortolano

b. c. Baalbec - b. c. Boiardo

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

-- ns. b. c. General Breezo - b. c. Belgrade Won, in 1853, by Boiardo, by a neck, Quince second, Astolfo third. The starters are denoted by an

asterisk.

The NASSAU STAKES of 50 sovs. each, for three year old fillies, 8st. 71b. each; the winner of the July, Clearwell, Criterion, or Prendergast Stakes 3lb. extra ; of either Riddlesworth. Column, Newmarket, 2,000 gs., 1,000 gs., or Drawing Room Stakes 6lb. extra; of the Derby or Oaks 91b. extra; a winner of Derby and Drawing Room Stakes 12lb. extra; the owner of

the second horse to receive 100 sovs, out of the stakes; one mile.--18 subs. Gen Anson's br. f. Moresca

Mr Greville's b. f. Remorse - br. f. Lovebird

Mr Howard's ch. f. Virago D of Bedford's b. f. Beatrix

Mr Mare's br. f. Exchange Mr Bowes's b. f. Streatlam Fairy

| Mr A. Nichol's bl. f. Honeysuckle Mr E. R. Clark's b. or br. f. by Sir Tatton Mr Payne's b. f. Strutaway Sykes, out of Lady Liverpool

Sir R. Pigot's b. f. sis. to Filius Ld Eglinton's b. f. Bianca

Mr R. D. Shafto's ch. f. Miss Worthington Ld Exeter's b. f. Miranda

Mr Wauchope's ch. f. Bethia ch. f. Delia

ch. f. Calliope Mr G:eville's ch, f. Durindana

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