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POINTERS,

GS. Sam, liver w. d., bred by Mr, G. Moore, of Appleby, six years old ... ... 26 Priss, liver w. d., bred hy Mr. Lang, gunsmith, of the Haymarket, three years old....

19 Dainty, liver w. b., by Sam out of the Earl of Derby's Doll, two years old .. 18 Bang, liver w. d., bred by Mr. G. Walker, of Eastwood, Notts, two years old. 171 Duke, liver w. de, by Sam out of the Earl of Derby's Doll, three years old .. 17 Danger, liver w. d., by Sam out of the Earl of Derby's Doll, two years oid .. 164 Tramp, liver w. d., bred by Mr. Lang, gunsmith, of the Haymarket, two

165 Shot, liver w. d., by the above Sam out of the Earl of Derby's Jet, three years old

16 Grog, liver w. d., by the Earl of Sefton's Topaz out of Mr. Neilson's Moll, two and a-half years old

151 Sappho, liver w. b., by the above Sam out of the Earl of Derby's Jet, three years old

15$ Doll, liver w. b., by Mr. Gilsmith's dog out of a bitch of Mr. Kilshaw's, four

145 Dan, liver w. d., by Sam out of the Earl of Derby's Doll, two years old 13) Bounce, liver d., by Mr. Kedwood's Smack out of his Charlotte, two and a-half years old

................ 12 Ben, liver d., by Mr. Kedwood's Smack out of his Charlotte, two and a half

years old Don, liver w. t. d., bred by the Earl of Derby, one year and a-half old..... 10 Dido, liver w. b., by the Earl of Derby's Tramp out of his Doll, 10 months old 9

On the same day (June 14th) Mr. Gearey's hunters made the following good average : Redwing

150 Betsy Baker 105 Galway..... Mazeppa 130 The Hare .. 90 Waterwitch

33 Trumpeter On the Monday previous the Pytchley horses were brought up with this result: GS. GS.

GS. Conntesg . 195 Bendigo.. 66 Viscount

47 Toothpick 135 Schoolboy 61 Berridge

46 Protection. 130 The Cob 60 Plougliboy

41 Brunette 130 Mischief 54 Tipperary

30 Amazon 110 Ironstone 53 Sanders ..

27 Nicol ............. 110 Misletoe 51 Maria....

26 Mellish 86 Bacon 48 Spice

25 Mr. Bevan, on the same day, thus disposing of a more select lot :

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GS, Volunteer 250 | Battle-axe 130 Pendennis.

84 First Consul

The wonderful challenge we inserted in our last number, about the young lady hunting her hounds, riding races, steeple-chases, DickTurpin feats on the road, and so on, for nobody knew how many thou, sands aside, has ended in smoke. Not for want of acceptances, but rather quite the reverse ; the young lady--with great good taste, as we take it-declining to exhibit : but surely this should have been ascertained previous to so terrible a flourish of trumpets. The lady referred to, as we hinted last month, is now admitted to be Miss Reynolds---an accomplished horsewoman indeed -and the gallant gentleman who threw down the glove so unceremoniously for her, a Mr. Smith, Captain Smith, or Major Smith, as the case may be.

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STATE OF THE ODDS, &c.

SALE OF BLOOD STOCK.

(By Messrs. Tattersall.) On Monday, May 31st. -The first detachment of the Willesden Stud, confined to the yearlings, at the following prices Bay Colt, by Harkaway, dam by Reveller, out of Veil

200 Bay Filly, by Harkaway, out of Rigolette, by Jerry

160 Bay Filly, by Harkaway, dam by Camel, oat of Loucherbourg's dam

135 Chesnut Colt, by Harkaway, out of Ukraine, by Hetman Platoff

73 Chesnat Colt, by Ratcatcher, out of Ruthful, by Beiram

66 Chesnat Filly, by The Libel, out of Lantern, by Lamplighter

60 Black Colt, by The Libel, out of Twilight, by Velocipede....

41 Bay Colt, by Harkaway, out of Britannia, by Sheet Anchor.

36 Bay Filly, by Harkaway, out of Eugenie, by Touchstone

26 Bay Filly, by The Libel, out of Pergama, by Priam

31 Chesnat Filly, by Harkaway, out of Louisa, by Tomboy

27 Black Filly, by Touchstone, out of Jet, by Velocipede

145 Chesnat Colt, by Harkaway, out of Gretna.....

15 Black Colt, by Footstool, out of Plenty (sister to Planet) by Bay Middleton.. 14, Bay Colt, by Harkaway, out of Wilmot (sister to Wolfdog), by Freney ...... 11 On Monday, Jane 7th, two yearlings out of three put up,

THE PROPERTY OF MR. NEWTON, Chesnut Filly, by John o'Gaunt, out of Ma Mie (dam of Poodle and Pelion).. 320 Bay Filly, by Ion, out of Retrespect (the dam of Reminiscence)

150 On Monday, June 14th

SIR J. HAWLEY'S YEARLINGS.
Bay Filly (sister to Aphroditè) by Bay Middleton, out of Venus..

245 Bay Filly, by Slane, out of Diversion (the dam of Miami)

70 Bay Filly (sister to Tiff), by Slane, out of Temper

40 Chesaut Colt, by Old England, out of Marietta....

40 Bay Filly, by The Tartar, out of Cavatina ....

23 Chesnut Filly, by Old England, out of Miami

21 Bay Filly, by Old England, out of Science.....

18 Day Colt, by Old England, out of Vanity

163 Bay Filly, by Old England, out of Dauntless...

15) On Monday, the 28th, the remainder of the Willesden Stud, consisting of

BROOD MARES. A bay mare by Reveller, dam Veil (sister to Varnish), by Rubens, with a colt

foal by Harkaway, and covered by Don John Twilight, by Velocipede, out of Miss Garforth, by Walton, with a filly-foal by The Libel, and covered by Don John......

90 Pergama, by Priam, out of Eliza Leeds, by Comus, with a filly-foal by Harkaway, and covered by Don John.....

53 Plenty (sister to Planet), by Bay Middleton, out of Plenary, &c., with a filly. foal by The Libel, and covered by Don John....

165 Rigolette, by Jerry, out of Rhodope, by Sultan, covered by Don John Amaranth, by Bay Middleton, dam, Miss Fanny, by Walton--covered by Don John ...

20 Delhi, by Plenipotentiary, out of Pawn Junior, by Waxy, covered by Don Juha".

61 Camel Mare, out of Loutherbourg's dam, by Smolensko-covered by Don John

72 Eluina, by Emilius, out of Mangel-wurzel, by Merlin-covered by Don John.. 53 Gretna (own sister to Corranna), by Hymen, dam by Perchance-covered by Don John ....

61 Paltava, by Hetman Platoff, out of The Maid of Fez, by Muley Moloch - cowered by Don John

75 Glencoe Mare (the dam of Latitat and Clarissa), out of Frolicsome, by Froliccovered by The Libel ....

65 Eugenie, by Toachstone, out of Gipsy, by Tramp-covered by Don John 60 Jet, by Velocipede, out of Lucetta, by Reveller-covered by The Reveller 61

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STALLIONS. Ratcatcher, by Langar, out of Rufina (sister to Velocipede). He is a sure foalgetter, and his stock large, with fine action

31 The Libel, by Pantaloon, out of Pasquinade (sister to Touchstone), by Camel.. 620 Mr. Hall, of Neasdon, bought The Libel. Ratcatcher goes to Spain.

By private contract. Mr. Padwick has purchased Mr. Gerard Sturt's horses ; Lord Clifden, Hothorpe, of Mr. Hill; and Mr. Morris the three-year-old, Patience, by Lanercost, of Mr. C. Harker. Mr. Wil. kinson has sold the two-year-old, Hurworth, for a couple of thousand, is said, to Mr. John Scott ; and Neasham, previous to his break down, to Mr. Blenkinson. Lord Glasgow is announced as the purchaser of the brood mares Brown Bess and Clarissa, both stinted to Orlando, and Mr. Drinkald is now the owner of the yearling filiy Empress, by The Emperor, vice Mr. Peck, who sells out. Mr. Hall, of Neasdon, has sold the stallion Peep-of-Day Boy to go to Russia.

The Queen's Plate articles, that is as regards weights and distance, have just been revised by order of Lord Jersey, Master of the Horse. The alteration in the weights lets the old horses, five and six years old especially, more favourably in, while the abolition of heats is the chief feature of the other improvement; the lengths will generally remain the same. Guildford, however, is at last to lose its privilege, the Royal Guineas after this season being transferred to Epsom. Stamford, too, is about to petition for Her Majesty's favour, as the oldest recorded race meeting we have, but “ the prayer," as yet, has not been presented.

The Epsom settling, despite the hard lines" for the book-makers, went off quite as well as could be expected. Of course one or two list gentlemen went off previously, and a rather curious scene occurred in the room. As it would seem rather a dangerous point to touch on, we need only say that further particulars will be found in the opening paper of this number. The other business of the month has been chiefly confined to passing events—Ascot, Newcastle, and so on. We are enabled, however, to give the latest intelligence on the Goodwood Stake, which has so far resulted in a very satisfactory handicap, with a further taste of the Cup, St. Leger, and next year's Derby.

Goodwood Stakes (run July 28): 8 to 1 against Chief Justice, five years old, &st. 7lbs. (the top weight) ; 13 to 1 against Houlakin, three years old, 5st. 3lb. ; 16 to 1 against Cariboo, five years old, &st. 61b. ; 20 to 1 against Haricot, five years old, 7st. ; 20 to 1 each against Champion, six years old, 6st. Tolb., Don Pedro, four years old, 6st. 7lb., Backbiter, aged, 8st. 3lb. ; and 25 to 1 against Scarecrow, three years old, 5st. 51b.

Goodwood Cup (run July 30): 3 to 1 against Stilton, 4 to 1 against Kingston ; 8 to 1 against Little Harry, 9 to 1 against Hobbie Noble, 12 to 1 against Joe Miller, 20 to 1 against Heroine, and 50 to 1 against Teddington.

St. Leger (run September 15): 6 to 4 against Daniel O'Rourke and Songstress.

The Derby, 1853 : 20 to 1 against The Reiver, 22 to 1 against Cineas, 25 to 1 against Hurworth, and 33 to 1 against West Australian.

Last Quar., 8th day, at 26 min. past 1 morning.
New Moon, 15th day, at 58 min. past 1 afternoon.
First Quar., 22nd day, at 1 min. past 6 morning.
Full Moon, 29th day, at 6 min. past 3 afternoon.

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RISES. afternoon.

m.

Midnight

M.W.

Sun Moon High WATER D.D. OCCURRENCES.

rises and rises & London Bridge. sets.

sets. morn. | aftern. d.

h. m. h. 1 Eighth Sunday after Trinity.r 4 2615 8 56 2 50 3 10 2 M Cr.- Eng. v. Lansd. C., at Bath.s 7 45 16 9 18 3 30 3 50 3 T North Staffordshire Races. r 4 29 17 9 36 4 5 4 25 4 W Brighton R. Roy. Western Reg.s 7 4118 9 54 4 40 5 0 5 T All England Match at Newark.r 4 32 19 10 10 5 15 5 35 6 F Brighton Club Races.

s 7 38 2010 27 5 50 6 10 7 S

r 4 35 2110 45 6 30 6 45 8 $ Ninth Sunday after Trinity. s 7 34 22 11 7 7 10 7 30 9 M Eng. v. Beverley C., at Beverley.r 4 38 23 11 34 7 55 8 25 10 T Yarmouth Races. Boulogne R. s 7 31 24

Bonlogne Rs 7 31 24 Morning 8 0 9 35 11 W Tonbridge Races. Reading R. r 4 4125 0 8 10 10 10 45 12 T All Eng. Match at Northampton.s 7 27 26 0 5111 25 13 F

r 4 4427 1 47 No tide 0 25 14 S Barnes Regatta.

s 7 2328 2 531 0 55 1 20 15 $ Tenth Sunday after

Trinity, p 4 48 N SETS. 1 45 2 5 16 M Cr.-Kent v. Eng., at Canterbury.s 7 19 18 13 2 25 2 50 17 T Cowes Regatta commences. r 4 51 2 8 36 3 10 3 30 18W York Races.

s 7 15 3 8 571 3 50 4 10 19 T Gent. of Eng. v. of Kent, at Cant. r 4 54 4 9 18 4 30 4 50 20 F

s 7 11 5 9 41 5 15 5 35 21 S

r 4 57 6 10 6 6 06 20 22 S Elebenth Sunday aft. Trinity.s 7 7 710 37 6 45 7 10 23 MAll Eng. Match, at Newt. Abbott. r 5 0 811 15 7 40 8 10 24 T Royal Belgian Regatta.

s 7 2 9 8 50 9 25 25 W

w Egham R. Weymouth Regatta.r 5 3 10 0 210 10 10 55 26 T Ai England Match at Hereford. S 6 5811 0 5811 35 No tide 27 F

r 5 712 2 4 0 10 0 40 28 s

s 6 54 13 3 14 1 9 1 35 29 Twelfth Sunday after Trinity.r 5 10 F RIFIES. 1 55 2 15 30 M All England Match, at Ilkeston. s 6 50 15 7 42 2 35 2 55 31 T Royal Northern Regatta. lr 4 13 16 7 59 3 10 3 30

Morning

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RACES IN AUGUST.
Blackley

2, 3, & 4
Kinniel

6! Lichfield ..

16 & 17 Ripon....

... 2 & 3

Wolverhampton 9, 10, & 11 Plymouth, Devonport, and Great Grimsby ........ 2 & 3 Great Yarmouth...... 10 & 11 | Cornwall

17 & 18 North Staffordshire

.... 3 & 4
Gloucester (Frog Castle) 10 & 11 | York

18, 19, & 20 Chewton Mendip

3 Hazel

10 & Tuam Down Royal

3 Boulogne
................ 10 Radcliff..

23, 24, & 25 Brighton 4 & 5 Phænix Park

10 | Egham

25 & 26 Barnet Fair............ 4 & 5 Roscommon

11 Derby

25 & 26 Edgware .............. 6 & 6 | Tonbridge

11 Stourbridge......... 30 & 31 Spalding.................. 5 Reading ............ 11 & 12 Eccles ................ 30 & 31 Brighton Club ............ Coventry .................. 12 Baliurobe

31 Bungay ..................

6 Lynn
............ 12 & 19 Lincoln ........

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