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Sir J. Hawley's br. f. Hermione

Mr Palmer's b. c. Erin-go-Bragh Mr Jaques's b. c. Anglo-Saxon

Mr St. George's gr. c. bro. to Chanticleer Mr L. Keegan's b. g. Cognac (h. b.)

Mr H. Stebbing's b. g. King David. Mr Osbaldeston's br. f. Sylphine

Mr Waller's b. c. Orinoco b. c., Provost Marshal

Ld Westminster's b. c. Dupe

The GRAND STAND STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for three year old fillies 8st 71b. each,

maidens at the time of naming having started twice, allowed 3lb., thrice 5lb., and any greater number 7lb.; the winner of the Oaks 6lb., the second 3lb.; and the winner of the 1000 Guineas Stakes (not being the winner of the Oaks, or second for that race) 41b.; or of any other Sweepstakes in 1853, of the value of 300 sovs. clear, 3lb. extra ; but the winner of any two of the above not to carry more than 6lb. extra.-8 subs. Mr Bowes's ch. Auld Acquaintance (7lb.). Mr A. Newton's ch. Duchess de Guise Mr Copperthwaite's ch. The Light of the Harem Mr Payne's b. Estrella Mr Langshaw's b. Maria Bell

Mr J. M. Stanley's b. f. Bloomer Mr Merry's br. f. Valour

Mr Wilson's ch. Ann Eliza Match.-Ld Glasgow's br. c., by Lanercost, dam by Actæon, agst Ld Derby's ch. c. Two Strings 8st. 71b. each ; Stable turn-in, 200 h. ft.

(No day mentioned.)-Second Year of TRIENNIAL PRODUCE MATCH of 200 -sovs. each, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st 4lb.-Stable turn-in. One to the post. La Glasgow's b. f. by Don John, out of Miss Sarah ; b. f. by Don John, out of Physalis, and b. f. by Don John, out of Conspiracy, agst Ld Derby's br. c. Umbriel, ch. c. Tuo Strings, and b. f. by Melbourne, dam by Velocipede, out of Olinda.

Won in 1852 by Umbriel by a neck, beating f. by Don John, out of Miss Sarah. To close and name for the Mersey and Stanley Stakes on the 1st of April, and for the Derby Handicap and Bentinck

Testimonial on the 1st of June ; to name for the Croxteth Stakes on the day of entry for the plates,

NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE. A BIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 25 added, for two year olds, colts 8st. 7lb., fillie

8st. 41b. Three-quarters of a mile.-8 subs. Mr Copeland's br. c. The Field Marshal

Mr Mountford na. ch. f. Antonia b. c. Thessalian

Mr C. A. Parker's br. f. by Verulam-Jamaica ch. f. Becky Sharpe (dead)

Mr Phillips's b. C. Foxhunter (h. b.) Mr W. Jones's br. or bl. f. sister to Maid of De- | Mr Wadlow's b. c. by Orlando, or The Sea, out lamere, by Faugh-a-ballagh

of Icicle, by Cæsar

NEWTON.

The NEWTON ST. LEGER of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., and

fillies 8st. 3lb.; the winner to pay 10 sovs. towards expenses; winners of the 100 sovs. clear in

1852, 2lb extra. Mile and a half.-8 subs. Mr J. Collingwood's ch. c. The Dandy

Mr J. Osborne's b. c. Lambton Mr D. Dawson's ch. f. England's Beauty

b. c. Lumley Mr Flintoff's br. c. Whalebone

Mr. J. M. Stanley's b. c. North Pole Mr Longshaw ns. b. f. Maria Bell

br. f. Nicotine

MANCHESTER. *** Earl of CALEDON, G. PAYNE, Esq., J. MEIKLAM, Esq., and Sir H. DE TRAFFORD, Bart.-STEWARDS. Mr. R. JOHNSON, Judge.

Mr. HIBBURD, Starter, Mr. BAKE, Clerk of the Course, WEDNESDAY, May 13.- The PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 100 added, for three

year olds, colts 8st. 7lb. fillies 8st. 3lb.; 3lb. and 5lb. allowed, &c.; the second to receive 50 sovs.

out of the stakes. One mile and a half.--42 subs. Mr G. Barton's ch. f. The Belle

Mr Dawson's ch. f. by Irish Birdcatcher or Asb. f. Latona

sault, out of Parasina (31b.) Mr Bateman's b. f. Gage d'Amour

b. or br. c. Georgy (31b.) gr. f. by Polish, out of Old Stock (31b.)

ch. f. Janey (5lb.) b. or br. c. Tweedside

Sir J. Hawley's b. g. Mocassin (31b.) Mr W. H. Brook's br. f. Incense (31b.)

c. (dead), by Cotherstone, out of MaCapt Cookson's f. by Launcelot, out of Fair Star

rietta (31b.) (3lb.)

f.(dead), by Old England, out of Vanity Mr Copeland's b. f. Little Blossom

(5lb.) Mr T. Critchley's ch. c. Sir Walter (5lb.)

b. f. Huff (3lb.) Mr J. Davies's b. c. by Bashful, out of Black Art Mr R. Hebblethwaite's b. f. Lady Vernon (5lb.) (5lb.)

b. f. Jaquenetta, by Iago (51b.)

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Aspen

Mr Stebbing's b. f. by Assault, out of Newton b. f. by Assault, out of Tabitha Bram

Lass (5lb.). ble (3lb.)

Mr W. Stebbing's foal (dead) by Assault, out of Capt. D. Lane's ch. f. by Magpie, out of Gra- Princess Alice (5lb.) machree (3lb.)

Mr H. Wadlow's c. (dead) by Scamander, out of Mr J. Osborne's br. c. Early Bird (dead) (31b.) Pantalonade

gr. c. by Robin Gray, out of Queen of Mr J. Whitworth's b. f. Bloomer (3lb.) Carthage

b. c. Mustang Mr T. Park's br. f. by St. Leon, out of Thalia Mr Williamson's br. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, out (5lb.)

of Extempore (3lb.) Mr C. Peck's bl. c. The Buccaneer

Mr Worthington's b. f. Jaquenetta, by Lanercost Mr Pedley's ch. c. Luxurious (31b.)

(31b.) ch. f. by Velocipede,'out of Cracker(31b.)

f. (dead) by Touchstone, out of Collina Mr J. Shepherd's ch. f. Augusta

(31b.) bl. f. Ethela (3lb.)

Mr Wright's b. c. Master Norton (3lb.) Mr J. Singleton, jun., b. c. (dead) by Lanercost, out of Sally Snobs

Mr F. Nicholl's, out of Chemisette (stallion not declared). The Union Cup of 200 sov. in specie, added to a handicap of 5 sov. each, for three year olds and

upwards ; the winner of any race subsequent to the publication of the weights of the clear value of 200 sovs. to carry 5lb., of two or more 7lb. extra ; if of the clear value of 500 sovs. to carry 10lb., the second horse 5lb. extra; no horse to carry more than 10lb. extra ; the owner of the second horse to receive 20 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 10 sovs. towards expenses. One mile and a quarter.-69 subs. [The weights to be published on the Tuesday after Chester.] Age st. lb.

Age st. lb. Agnes Wickfield, by Irish Birdcatcher

Lalage, by Epirus Ammonia, by The Ugly Buck

Lerrywheut, by Lanercost

4 April Fool, by Burgundy

Little Davie, by Young Priam

4 Ariosto, by Orlando

Longbow, by Ithuriel

4 Break-o'-Day Boy, by Harkaway 3

Madeline, by Orlando (h. b.). Candlewick, by The Prime Warden 6

By MELBOURNE, b. c.-Sally Warfoot Cardinal Wiseman, by Cardinal Puff

Michaelmus Maid, by Bay Middleton Chaseway, by Harkaway

Minerva (h. b.), by Faugh-a-Ballagh Chilton, by Cowl

Mire Hill, by 'The Hermit Common Sense, by Melbourne

Mrs. Birch, by Gameboy Conmore, by Malcolm

Morning Star, by Faugh-a-Ballagh 4 Countess of Teba, by Simoom

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Mountain Deer, by Touchstone 5
Daniel O'Rourke, by I. Birdcatcher 4

Nabob, The, by The Nob
By THE EMPEROR, b. c. out of Begum 3 Osbaldeston, by The Saddler
Evadne, by Fancy Boy -

Placid, by Thistlewhipper
Farmer's Boy, by Trueboy

Prevention, by Verulam

3 Father Thames, Faugh-a-Ballagh 4

Prime Minister, by Melbourne 5 By FAUGH-A-BALLAGH, f. out of The

Redmond O'Hanlon, by Freney Era

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Richard Primmer, by Venison -
Frantic, by Alarm

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Richmond, by Melbourne

4 Gaffer Green, by Obadiah

aged Russborough, by Tearaway By GALAOR, b. g., dam by Alfred - 3

St. Michael, by Delirium Gift, The (late Thunderbolt), by

Sanitu, by The Cure

4 General Pollock

Skit, by Orlando Harp, The, by Kremlin

Sir Rowland Trenchard, by Ithuriel Hobbie Noble, by Pantaloon

Snowdon Dunhill, by Iago Ibis, by Heron

Tested, by Touchstone

4 Incense, by Orlando

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Timid Fawn, by Red Deer Jack Leeming, by Voltaire

Tordesillas, by Touchstone

6 Judge, The, by Galaor

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Trousseau, by Gameboy

4 King O'Neil, by The Ugly Buck

Truth, by The Libel

5 King of Trumps, by Velocipede

Valour, by Irish Birdcatcher Kiteflyer, by Simoom

Varmint, The, by Irish Birdcatcher
Koh-i-noor, by The Libel

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War-hawk, by Magpie

4 Lady Flora, by The Libel

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aged The SAPLING STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft. with 100 added for two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies

8st. 4lb.; the second to receive 25 sovs, out of the stakes; the winner of any race, before starting,

of the clear value of 200 sovs., to carry 3lb.; and if of 500 sovs., clear, 7lb. extra. T.Y.C. Mr. G. Barton's bl. f. The Gem

Mr B. Corner ns. ro. or gr. c. Lord Oswald
b. c. by Melbourne, out of Lady Barbara Ld Derby's b. c. Boiardo
b. or br. f. Moss Rose

b. c. Comforter (dead) Mr Copeland's ch. f. Becky Sharpe (dead)

b. c. Dervish b. c. Thessalian

b. f. The Ranee

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Mr J. Douglas ns. b. or br. c. Sir Peter

Mr Pedley's br. or b. f. Orange Blossom Ld Eglinton's b. f. Glaucopis

Mr Redhead's ch. c. Barrel ch. f. Erycina

ch. c. Kennyside Hero Mr Jones ns. b. f. Happy New Year

Mr J. Sanderson's b. c. Sir Oliver Martext Mr W. Jones's b.or br. f. sis. to Maid of Delamere

b. c. Corin Mr Meiklam's bl. c. Stiletto

Mr H. Smyth's ch. f. Bright May Mr J. Osborne's ch. C. Lord John

Mr Wilmont's b. c. Blakeley b. f. Lady John

Mr Wood's b. f. Omen br. f. The British Queen

Mr Worthington's br. f. Juliet Mr W. T. Park's b. f. Mountain Maid

b. f. Phæbe Mr C. Peck's b. f. Sister of Mercy

b. c. Professor Buck

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The MEIKLAM HANDICAP of 5 sovs. each, with 50 added. The winner of any race after the publi

cation of the weights, value 100 sovs. clear, 5lb. extra. One mile. Weights to be published on the Tuesday after the Chester races. Age st. lb.

Age st. lb. Bold Davie, by Young Priam

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Little Jack, by Slane Dressmaker, by Faugh-e-Ballagh 3

Little Davie, by Y. Priam

4 Evadne, by Fancy Boy

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Longbow, by Ithuriel
Farmer's Boy, by Trueboy

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Maid of Golborne, by Orlando

3 Game Tommy, by Gameboy

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May-day, by California

- aged Gay Lad, by Greatheart

aged Nabob, The, by The Nob Gift, The, by I. Birdcatcher

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Osbaldeston, by The Saddler Grief, by Bay Middleton

aged Surveyor The, by The Doctor Hatchet, The, by Poynton

Trousseau, by Gameboy Lady Agnes, by I. Birdcatcher 4

Truth, by The Libel
Lady Vernon, by Poynton

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3 THURSDAY.–The MANCHESTER TRADESMEN'S Cup of 200 sovs. in specie, added to a Handicap

Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, 15 ft. and 5 only if declared, &c., the winner of any race subsequent to the publication of the weights of the clear value of 200 sovs. to carry 5lb., of two or more 71b. extra; if of the clear value of 500 sovs. to carry 10lb. the second horse, 5lb. extra ; no horse to carry more that 10lb. extra ; the owner of the second horse to receive 50 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 25 sovs. towards expenses. Two miles and a quarter.—75 subs. [The weights to be published on the Monday after the Metropolitan.] Age st. lb.

Age st. lb. Aaron Smith, by Simoom

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Hatchet, The, by Poynton Allegro, by Magpie

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Indian Warrior, The, by Napier 4
Alp, The, by The Provost

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Jack Leeming, by Voltaire

5 Ammonia, by The Ugly Buck

King of Trumps, by Velocipede - 4 Ariosto, by Orlando

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Lady Amyott, The, by Faugh-a-Ballagh 4 Audubon, by Irish Birdcatcher

Lady Evelyn, by Don John

aged Banshee, by The Ugly Buck

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Lady Harriett, by The Merry Monarch 4 Belle, The, by Irish Birdcatcher

Lady of the Grove, by Worlaby BayBenita, by The Baron

lock Bird-on-the-Wing, by Irish Birdcatcher 4 Lambton, by The Cure Bit of Blue, The, by Malcolm

Lindrick, by Trueboy Black Doctor, The, by The Doctor 5

Little Davie, by Young Priam Broughton, by Iago

Little Fawn, The, by Venison Candlewick, by The Prime Warden 6

Lough Bawn, by Magpie

5 Cariboo, by Venison

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Madeline, (h. b.) by Orlando

4 Carrier, by Envoy or Minotaur - 4

By MELBOURNE—b. C.-Sally Warfoot 4 Chaffwax, by Sleight-of-Hand

Merry Bird, by Irish Birdcatcher 4 Charley, by Cotherstone

Miss Truth, by Trueboy -
Chief Justice, by The Hydra

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5 Charming Woman, by Lanercost

Monsoon, by Simoom

3 Confessor, The, by Cowl

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Mountain Deer, by Touchstone Corybantes, by Scamander

Nabob, The, by The NobCountess of Téba, by Simoom

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Peggy, by Pompey Dressmaker, by Faugh-a-Ballagh 3

Postulant, by Cowl Effie Deans, by Faugh-a-Ballagh 3

Prevention, by Verulam

4 Ethelwolf, by Faugh-a-Ballagh

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Rachetée, by Irish Birdcatcher

4 Event, The, by The Era

Red Lion, The, by Malcolm Fairplay (h. b.), by Sir Hercules

Redmond O'Hanlon, by Freney - 4 Fancy Girl, by Fancy Boy

Richard Primmer, by Venison ByFAUGH-A-BALLAGH,b.m.-Miniature 5 Royal George, by Verulam

4 Frantic, by Alarm

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St. George, by Pantaloon

6 Gadabout, by Melbourne

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St. Michael, by Delirium

4 Gholab Singh, by Defence or Galaor 5

Shropshire Lass, by Cotherstone Goldfinder, by Faugh-a-Ballagh

Sutler, The, by Touchstone

4 Haricot, by Nango or Lanercost

Talfourd, by Ion By HARKAWAY-ch. g. out of Puss 4

Tavistock, by Oakley

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Age st. lb. Terpsichore, by Epirus

Weathergage, by Weatherbit

4 Valour, by Irish Birdcatcher

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Woolwich, by Chatham

aged Veteran, by Old England

3 The Two YEAR OLD STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft. with 50 added, colts 8st. 5lb., and fillies 8st. 21b

The owner of the second horse to receive back his stake. Winners to carry 3lb. extra. T.Y.C

-19 subs. Mr Barber's b. f. by Annandale-Extravaganza Mr J. Osborne's br. c. Brown Brandy Mr Chilton's ch. c. Middlesborough

Mr Payne's b. c. Spinaway Mr Copeland's b. c. The Field Marshal

Mr A. Phillips's b.f.by Gameboy-Maid of Monton ch. f. Antonia

Mr T. Redhead's ch. c. Barrel Mr J.J. Henderson's br. c. by Muley Moloch,

ch. c. Kennyside Hero out of Newton Lass

Mr H. Ryder's br. c. bro. to Maid of Masham Mr Johnstone's ch. c. Sir Capel

Mr J. M. Stanley's b. c. Mirabeau Mr Meiklam's b. c. Robin Hood

Mr W. Stebbing's ch. c. Bright Phæbus Mr Merry's b. c. The Wild Huntsman

Mr J. Stenhouse's b. c. Sir Peter MrJ. Osborne's b. f. Bridesmaid

Mr G. Taylor na. bl. f. Czarina A HANDICAP of 5 sovs. each, with 50 added, for three year olds and upwards; the winner of any

race of the value of 100 sovs. clear, subsequent to the publication of the weights, 5lb. extra. One mile and a quarter. Weights to be declared on the Tuesday after Chester. Age st. lb.

Age st. Ib. Bold Davie, by Y. Priam

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Little Davie, by Y. Priam Evadne, by Fancy Boy

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Osbaldeston, by The Saddler Game Tommy, by Gameboy

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Phantom, by I. Birdcatcher Gay Lad, by Greatheart aged Reaper, The, by Cotherstone

5 Grief, by Bay Middleton

Surveyor, The, by The Doctor

4 Hatchet, The, by Poynton

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Titterstone (h. b.), by Greatheart 5
Jack Leeming, by Voltaire

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Trousseau,

by Gameboy Koh-i-noor, by The Libel

Truth, by The Libel Lady Agnes, by I. Birdcatcher

Vest, by Cotherstone

3 Little Blossom, by Touchstone

3 FRIDAY.–The SALFORD BOROUGH Cup of 100 sovs. in specie, added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of

10 sovs. each. 5 ft. and 3 only if declared, &c. The winner of any race subsequent to the publication of the weights of the clear value of 200 sovs. to carry 5lb., of two or more, 7lb. extra ; if of the clear value of 500 sovs. to carry 10lb., the second horse 5lb. extra ; no horse to carry more than 10lb extra. The owner of the second horse to receive 25 sovs. out of the stakes, and the winner to pay 10 sovs. towards expenses. One mile and a half.—63 subs. [The weights to be published on the Monday after the Metropolitan.] Age st. lb.

Age st. Ib. Anne Page, by Falstaff

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Little Jack, by Slane

6 April Fool, by Burgundy

Longbow, by Ithuriel

4 Ammonia, by The Ugly Buck

Lough Bawn, by Magpie

5 Audubon, by Irish Birdcatcher

Madeline, by Orlando

4 Benita, by The Baron

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By MELBOURNE, b. c.,-Sally Warfoot 4 Bethgelert, by Lanercost

Merry Bird, by Irish Birdcatcher - 4 Bracey, by Moss Trooper

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Michaelmas Maid, by Bay Middleton 3 Candlewick, by The Prime Warden

Miss Emma, by Epirus

3 Carrier, by Envoy or Minotaur

Mrs Birch, by Gameboy

5 Chaseaway, by Harkaway

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3 Charity, by Melbourne

Mountain Deer, by Touchstone

5 Commore, by Malcolm

Nabob, The, by The Nob

4 Countess of Teba, by Simoom

Needle, by Lanercost Dressmaker, by Faugh-a-Ballagh

Peggy, by Pompey Evadne, by Fancy Boy

Postulant, by Cowl

3 Evening Star, by Faugh-a-Ballagh 4

Prevention, by Verulam Fancy Girl, by Fancy Boy

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Prime Minister, by Melbourne Father Thames, by Faugh-a-Ballagh 4

Richard Primmer, by Venison Game Tommy, by Gameboy

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Russborough, by Tearaway Harp, by Kremlin

Sanita, by The Cure Hobbie Noble, by Pantaloon

St. George, by Pantaloon

6 Jacqueline, by Don John

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St. Michael, by Delirium Judge, The, by Galaor

Shropshire Lass, by Cotherstone King of Trumps, by Velocipede

Talfourd by Ion, Kiteflyer, by Simoom

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Tested, by Touchstone Lady Agnes, by Irish Birdcatcher 4

Tordesillas, by Touchstone Lady Amyott, The, by Faugh-a-Ballagh 4 Unity, by Anti-Repealer Lady Evelyn, by Don John

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Valour, by Irish Birdcatcher Lalage, by Epirus

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War-hawk, by Magpie Lerrywheut, by Lanercost

Weathergage, by Weatherbit
Little Davie, by Young Priam

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Woolwich, by Chatham

aged Little Fawn, The, by Venison

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The WILTON STAKES of 10 sovs. each h. ft., with 50 added, for two year olds 6st. 9lb., three years

Sst. 121b., fillies and geldings allowed 3lb. A winner, before starting, to carry 31b., twice, 5lb.

extra. The second to save his stake. Mr Coates's b. f. Pope Joan, 2 yrs

Mr Osborne's br. c. Brown Brandy, 2 yrs Mr Copeland's br. c. The Field Marshal, 2 yrs Mr Openshaw's b. f. Norma (h. b.), 2 yrs Mr Meiklam's b. c. Robin Hood 2 yrs

Capt Skipworth's b. f. Magic, 2 yrs bl. c. The Hatchet, 2 yrs

Mr Taylor ns bl. f. Czarina, 2 yrs

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NORTHAMPTON AND PYTCHLEY HUNT.

Lord HOPETOUN, Lord CLIFDEN, and the Hon. R. WATSON, STEWARDS.
Mr. MARSHALL, Clerk of the Course. Mr. J. F. CLARK, Judge.

Mr HIBBURD, Starter. WEDNESDAY, May 30.-The GREAT NORTHAMPTONSHIRE STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 15 ft., and 5 only if declared, &c., with 100 added; the second to receive 25 sovs. out of the stakes; the winner of the Liverpool Spring Cup, the Doncaster Handicap Stakes, or the Great Warwickshire Handicap, to carry 5lb. extra. The winner to subscribe to the stakes in 1854, and to pay 40 sovs towards expenses. Two miles.-117 subs., 73 of whom declared, &c.

Age, st. lb. Mr Morris's b. c. Kingston, by Venison

4 8 13 Capt H. Vyse na. b. h. Newminster, by Touchstone

5 8 8 Mr Parker's b. c. Joe Miller, by Venison

5 Mr J. Wardlaw na. b. c. Confessor, by Cowl

5 7 12 Mr R. Harrison's ch. c. King of Trumps, by Velocipede

7 10 Ld Eglinton's bl. g. Lucio, by Faugh-a-ballagh

7 Mr Greville's b. c. Muscovite, by Hetman Platoff

4 7 6 Ld Westminster's br, f. Attack, by Touchstone

7 6 Mr Cook na. b. h. Gholab Singh, by Defence or Galaor

5 7 5 Mr Mansell na. br. c. Lindrick, by Trueboy

7 3 Ld Pomfret na. b. g. Trifle (h. b.), by Sweetmeat

4 7 2 Mr J. Shepherd's br. g. Alp, by The Provost

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2 Mr W. S. S. Crawfurd's ch. c. Harrier, by Thistlewhipper

12 Mr Morris's b. c. The Bishop, by Cowl

11 Sir C. Knightley na. b. g. Sweetheart, by Touchstone

7 Sir W. Booth's b. f. Tremble, by Alarm

6 Count Batthyany's br. c. Hambletonian, by Charles XII.

6 5 Mr Smyth na. b. m. May-day, by Venison

6 4 Mr C. Élwes na. b. f, Maria, by The Merry Monarch

4 6 Mr. T. B. Angell na. br. c. The King of Troy, by Young Priam

2 Mr B. Austin's b. f. Madeline (h. b.), by Orlando

6 3 Mr G. Drewe's b. c. Defiance, by Old England

5 Mr Parker's b. f. Lady Harriet, by The Merry Monarch

4 5 13 Ld Bateman na. ch. f. Lady Blanche, by Epirus

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12 Mr Rowdon's b. c. Happy Joe, by Lanercost

4 5 Capt Lane's br. c. Charley, by Cotherstone

3 5 12 Mr Payne's b. f. Cotton Lady, by Annandale

11 Ld Clifden's b. f. Termegant, by Cotherstone

8 Col Angerstein na. b. c. Gossip, by Chatham

3 5 Capt Hives's br. f. Polly, by Lanercost

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4 Mr J. M. Stanley's ch. C. The Dandy, by The Ugly Buck Mr Morris's br. f. Charity, by Melbourne Mr John Brown's b. c. Bell Tinker, by Fancy Boy

13 Ld Derby's ch. c. Hobby-horse, by Ithuriel

3 4 13 Mr Snow's br. f. Postulant, by Cowl

13 Ld Chesterfield's ch. f. Jacqueline, by Don John

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

4 11 Ld Wilton na. b. c. Angelo, by Assault

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10 Adm Rous na. bl. c. Dabchick, by Weatherbit

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

3 4 9 Gen Anson's b. f. Nerva, by Charles XII.

4 9 Mr Francis Villiers na. b. c. Molasses, by St. Francis

3 4 Mr J. Barnard's b. f. Tobolski, by Sirikol

4 Mr J. Little’s br. g. Chaffwać, by Sleight-of-hand

3 4 3 The WHITTLEBURY STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 100 added, for two and three year olds; two year

olds 6st. 4lb., and three 8st. 8lb.; mares and geldings allowed 3lb. ; the winner of the New Stakes, at Ascot, July Stakes, Ham, Champagne, or the Two Year Old Stakes, at Doncaster, Clearwell, Prendergast, or Criterion, to carry 71b.; of any other Stake with twenty subscribers, or of the value of 300 sovs., 5lb. extra ; all other winners before starting (Matches excepted), 3lb. for each winning; weights to be accumulative, but no horse to carry more than 9lb. extra.

About three-quarters of a mile.--24 subs. D of Bedford's b. f. Ernestine, 3 yrs

Mr E. R. Clark's ch. f. sis. to Mr Sykes, (h. b.)

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