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Mr. T. Dawson's ch. h. Chief Justice, five years old, &st. 515. (Cartwright)

2 Mr.J. Shepherd's br. 11. Alp, six years old, 7et. 131h. (J. Osborne)

3 Mr. Thompson's br, &. by Morgan Rattler, out of Countess, five years old, 6st. 10lb.

(Arnold); Mr. Redfern's br. g. Joba Dory, six years old, 6st. 6lb. (E. Harrison); Mr. Sargent's b. m. Cogia (half-bred), six years old, 6st. 61b. (Dickson); Mr. J. Scott's br.

g. Don Carlos, three years old, 4st. 10lb. (carried 5st.) (Hayhoe), also ran. 2 to 1 against Chief Justice, 4 to 1 against Paquetta. Won by a length, the second beating the third by half a length. PLATE of 50 sovs., given by the Members for the City of Durham, for horses that never won

50 sovs.; three years old 7st., four 8st. 515., five and upwards st. 10lb.; mares and

geldings allowed 31b.; heats, one mile and a half. Mr. Wright's b. f. Miss Flyaway, by Cotherstone, four years old (J. Osborne) 0 1 1 Mr. T. Smallwood's b. f. The Twin, four years old (F. Marson)

1 2 4 Mr. G. Barker's br. g. by Roscius, dam by Emilius, grandam by St. Patrick, three years old (Chilman)

0 0 2 Capt. Harcourt's b. c. Barndale, three years old (Arnold)

0 0 3 Mr. Gray na. ch. f. Child of the Mist, four years old (G, Oates)

2 0 0 Mr. H. Watters's ch. f. Agnes Wickfield, three years old (Hall); Mr. Cook's ch. c. The

Red Lion, three years old (Lye, jun.); Mr. Rampling's b. g. Birdtrap (half-bred), four years old (Kingston); Mr. Walker's ch. c. The Hermit, by Revolution, three years old (Knowling); Mr. Smart's b. f. The Cook, four years old (Halliwell); Mr. Walter's br. c. Glen O, three years old (Boyes); Mr. Bowes's ch. f. by Birdcatcher, out of Mickleton Maid, three years old (E. Harrison); Mr. Gregson's b. g. Count Borowlaski, five years old (Bumby), also ran for two heats, and Mr. Harrison's b. c. Lindrick, three years old (Bates), for the first. The HUNTERS' STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 20 added; t wice round (6 subscribers). Mr. G. Barker's br. h. Tordesillas, by Tonchstone, five years old, 11st. 10lb. (Mr. J. H. Peart)

1 Mr. Martinson's br. g. View Halloo (half-bred), six years old, 11at."91b. (Mr. Gregson) 2 Mr. Lamplugh's br. g. Latitat, aged, 12st. 21b. (owner). Mr. Sargeant's b. m. Cogia (half-bred), six years old, í Ist, 41h. (Mr. Harland) Mr. Re ifern's b. g. John Dory, six years old, 12st. 215. (owner), also ran,

5 to 4 against Tordesillas. Won by a head. FRIDAY.—The New STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added, for two and three years old;

the second sared his stake; T.Y.C. (7 subscribers). Mr. J. Scott's br. c. Eaton, by Touchstone, two years old, 7st. 51b. (E. Harrison) - 1 Mr. Redfern's br. c. Goorkah, two years old, 7st. (Carroll)

2 Mr. J. Osborne's b. f. Exact, two years old, 7st. 216. (J. Osborne) Mr. Ewbank's br. f. Sweetness, two years old, 6st. 61b. (Dickson); Mr. Austin's b. l. Brawn, three years old, 8st. 6lb. (Templeman); Mr. Gill's b. f. Shamrock, two years

old, 6st. Illb. (Arnold), also ran. Even on Eaton. Won by a neck, the same between second and third. The Tyro HANDICAP STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 50 added; the second saved his stake,

and the winner paid 10 sovs.; once round, nearly a mile (13 subscribers). Mr. J. Dawson's br. c. Farmer's Boy, by Trneboy, three years old, 5st. 111b. (Lye,

1 Mr. H. Watters's br. m. Maid of Team Valley, five years old, 8st. 61b. (R. Rider) Mr. G. White's b. f. Snowdrop, three years old, 5st. 111b. (Carroll)

3 Mr. Hesseltine's ch. c. Dismay, three years old, 5st. 4lb. (Hayhoe) Mr. Humphries's b. f. Laura Middleton, four years old, 7st. (Arnold)

5 Even on Snowdrop, and 6 to 1 against Farmer's Boy. Won by two lengths, the second beating the third a neck. An objection was made to the winner on the ground of a cross, but it was overruled by the Stewards. The SELLING STAKES of 3 sovs. each, with 20 added; the second saved his stake; heats, one

mile and a quarter (8 subscribers). Mr. Hesseltine's b. c. The Setter, by The Caster, four years old (£30), 7st. (Arnold)

0 4 1 1 Mr. J. Croft's ch. f, Goldfringe, by Swift, out of Queen Mab, three years old (£50), 6st. 4lb.-fell (Boyes)

0 1 4 dis. Mr. Walters's Mary Nobbler, aged (£50), 9st.—(fell

) (R. Ryder)

50 dis. Mr. Smart's b. f. The Cook, four years old (£30), 6st. 1116. (carried 7st.) (E. Harrison)

0 3 0 Mr. Osborne's b. f. Cripple Kate, four years old (530), 6st. 1111. (carried 6st. 131b.) (Osborne)

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Graham's br. m. Mysticle, six years old (£50), 8st. (Pattison) 2 dr. Mr. Dawson's Miss White, three years old (£30), 5st. 1llb. (T. Lye, jun.) 3 dr. Goldfringe and Mary Nobbler both fell in the last heat.

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PLYMOUTH AND DEVONPORT SPRING MEETING. WEDNESDAY May the 12th.—The LYNEHAM STAKES of 5 80%8. each, 2 st.; the second

received back his stake; heats, once round and a distance (27 subscribers). Mr. J. H. Smith's ch. c. Gipsy King, brother to John of Berwick, by Bretby, four years old, 12st. llb. (Mr. Scobell)

2 1 1 Sir W. Carew's 'br. g. Phantom (half-bred), five years old, 12st. 3ib. (Mr. Fortescue)

1 2 2 Mr. W. Ley's b.g. Predilection, four years old, 11st. 4lb. (Mr. Adney)

3 dr. Mr. Eran's b. m. Batwing, five years old, 13st. (Mr. Newcombe)

4 dr. HANDICAP PLATE of 50 sovg.; heats, opce round. Mr. J. D. Hewitt's b. f. Merlin, by Irish Birdcatcher, three years old, 8st. 3lb. 0 1 1 Mr. J. H. Smith's br. g. Gipsy Boy, four years old, 9st. 5lb.

1 2 2 Mr. Deacon's b. c. Rob Roy, three years old, 7st. 21b.

30 dr. Capt Rolt's b. m. Breach of Promise, aged, 9st. 131b.

0 0 dr. Mr. Roe's b. h. Red Knight, aged, 9st. 121b.

2 dr. Mr. Evaus's b. g. Veteran, aged, 8st. 121b.

0 dr. HURDLE Race of 3 sovs. each, with 15 added; the winner to be sold; heats, three quarters

of a mile, with two leaps (4 subscribers). Mr. Hex's ch. m. Little Jenny, five years old (£25), 10st. (Capt. Kennedy) 1 1 Capt. Role's b. m. Breach of Promise, aged (£30), 10st. 4lb. (owner)

dis. Mr. B. Russell's b. m, Cinderella, six years old (£40), 10st. 101b. (Mr. Newcombe)

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BATH AND SOMERSET COUNTY MEETING. TUESDAY, May the 18th.—The LANSDOWN TRIAL STAKES of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., with 50

added; the winner to be sold for £600; the winner paid £5; one mile (9 subscribers). Mr. Powney's ch. c. Lamartine, by Epirus, four years old, 8st. 7lb. (A. Day)

1 Duke of Bedford's b. g. Bordeaux, five years old, 8st. 111b. (F. Butler)

2 Mr. Fiennes's b. c. Old Rowley, three years old, 7st. (Hiett)

2 to 1 on Bordeaux, and 10 to 1 against Lamartine. Won easily by three lengths. The BIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for two years old; the second saved

his stake, and the winner paid £5; half a mile (12 subscribers). Mr. Powney's b.c. Cineas, by Touchstone, or Epirus, out of Velleda, by Venison, &st. 71b. (A. Day)

1 Duke of Richmond's b. f. Stella, 8st. 416. (Flatman)

2 Mr. Sadler's b. c. Contentment, by Archy, out of Tranquillity, by Venison, 8st. 7ib. (Knight)

3 7 to 4 on Cineas. Won by a length. The SOMERSETSHIRE STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 15 st., and 5 only if declared, with 100 added;

the winner paid £15; the second received £50, and the third saved his stake; two

miles and a distance (63 subscribers, 42 of whom paid 5 sovs. each). Mr. T. Dawson's ch. h. Chief Justice, by The Hydra, five years old, Sst. 3lb. (T. Lye) 1 Mr. G. F. Bryer's b. 8. Young England, five years old, 6st. 91b. (Hiett)

2 Mr. Isaac Day's b. c. Waterfall, four years old, 5st. 11lb. (Goater) Mr. Mangan's ch. h. Russborough, five years old, 8st. 71b. (E. Keegan); Mr. Waller's ch.

c. Ephesus, four years old, 7st. lib. (Wakefield); Mr. H. Drewe's br. m. Ballet Girl, five years old, 6st. 1llb. (Charlton); Mr. Hewitt’s bl. f. Madame Wharton, four years old, 6st. 8lb. (Cowley); Mr. W. Barnett's bl. g. Bacton, five years old, 6st. 716. (Preece); Duke of Bedford's b. c. Hugo, three years old, 4st. 8lb. (S. Steggles); Mr. Treen's br. f. Grand Duchess, three years old, 4st. 71b. (G. Fordham); Mr. Shrimpton's Miss Bundy, three years old, 4st. 5lb. (J. Bundy); Mr. Smith's Ferret, three years old,

4st. 51b. (carried 4st. 7lb.) (Clift), also ran. 5 to 2 against Hugo, 7 to 1 against Ballet Girl, 8 to 1 each against Russborough, Chief Justice, Waterfall

, and Grand Duchess, and 10 to 1 against Young England. Won by two lengths, Waterfall a very bad third.

The SELLING STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added; once round (6 subscribers). Mr. Stinton's br. c. Letterpress, by Sir Hercules, four years old (£50), 7st. llb. (Charlton)

1 Mr. T. Parr's b. g. Snowdrift, five years old (£50), 7st. 716. (T. Wakefield)

2 Mr. Hewitt's b. f. Merlin, three years old (£50), 5st. 101b. (carried 5st. 121b. (Cowley) 3 Mr. Land's b. f. Thrush (late Cerito), by Irish Birdcatcher, three years old (£50), 5st. 101b.

(B. Land, jan.); Mr. P. Tomb's b.g. by Stackpole, out of Nizza, three years old (£50), 5st. 10lb. (J. Goater); Sir W. Carew's br. g. Phantom (balf-bred), five years old (£50),

7st. 71b. (fell) (Donald), also ran. 2 to 1 against Letterpress. Won by a length, a neck between the second and third. The winner was sold for £52. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added; the winner to be sold by auction for £400,

with allowances if for less ; heats, once round, about a mile and a-balf (7 subscribers).

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Mr. Parr's ch. g. Cloth worker, by The Prime Warden, six years old, 9st. 21b. (owner)

1 1 Mr. J. H. Whitehouse's Scapulary, four years old (£200), 7st. 9lb. (J. Sharp) 3 2 Mr. I. Day's Waterfall, four years old (£100), 7st. 515. (Wakefield)

2 dr. First heat-5 to 4 against Clothworker. Second heat-3 to 1 on Clothworker. WEDNESDAY.—The CITY CUP of 100 sovs., added to a sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each ; the

winner paid £10, and the second received back his stake ; two miles and a-half (19 subscribers). Mr. J. M. Stanley's Storyteller, by Ascot, four years old, &st. 5lb. (Charlton)

1 Mr. Woolcott's b. f. Kate, three years old, 6st. 10lb. (Cowley)

2 Mr. Parr's ch. g. Clothworker, six years old, 9st. 111b. (owner)

3 Mr. B. Austin's b. f. Miss Talbot, four years old,

Sst. ill. (Clements) ; Mr. W. Reeves's b. g. Normanton, six years old, 7et. Illb. (J. Sharp); Mr. Hewitt's bl. f. Madame

Wharton, four years old, 8st. 5lb. (Carlisle), also ran. 5 to 4 against Kate, and 9 to 4 against Storyteller. Won by three quarters of a length, Clothworker a bad third. The Weston STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for two years old; the winner paid

£5; T.Y.C. straight half-mile (14 subscribers). Mr. Howard's ch. f. Vaultress, by Irish Birdcatcher, out of Voltigeur's dam, 8st. 4lb. (A Day)

I Lord w. Powlett's f. by The Libel, out of Fernhill's dam, Sst. 416. (S. Rogers) 2 Mr. Armstrong's Placid, 8st. 41b. (Charlton) Mr. H. J. Sturt's ch. f. Psaltery, by Ithuriel, out of Concertina, 8st. 4lb. (Maton); Mr.

Treen na. b. c. by Sir Hercules, out of Dexterous's dam, 8st. 9lb. (Treen); Mr. Osbal

deston's c. by Cotherstone, out of Fugleman's dam, 8st. 91b. (Hiett), also ran. 2 to 1 on Vaultress, and 4 to 1 against Placid. Wou easily by three lengths. The ARISTOCRATIC HANDICAP of 10 sovs. each, 5 ft., with 20 added: jockeys 6lb. extra ;

once round (7 subscribers). Mr. T. Parr's b. c. Weathergage, by Weatherbit, three years old, 9st. 8lb. (including 6lb. extra) (owner)

1 Mr. T. Stevens's Vesta, aged, 10st. 131b. (Mr. Elwes)

2 Capt. Little's Bullfinch, five years old, 10st. 7lb. (owner) Mr. Isaac Day's Justice, aged, 9st. 616. (including 61b. extra) (Cook) Mr. Cooper's Montague, six years old, 11st. 416. (including 61b. extra) (Wakefield) 2 to 1 against Justice, and 5 to 2 against Weathergage. Won easily by three lengths.

The DYRHAM PLATE (handicap) of 100 sovs.; a mile and a-half (29 subscribers), Duke of Bedford's ch. c. Hugo, by Weatherbit, three years old, 5st. (G. Steggles) 1 Mr. H. Hill's Pitsford, five years old, 8st. 131b. (A. Day)

2 Sir R. Pigot's Runnymede, four years old, 8st. (Maton); Mr. H. Waring's Manifold, five

years old, 7st. 13lb. (T. Carlisle); Mr. S. Darling's ch. g. Sir Robert (half-bred), five years old, 7st. 101b. (J. Sharp); Mr. Waller's Ephesus, four years old, 7st. 4Ib. (Wakefield); Mr. J. H. Whitehouse's Scapulary, four years old, 6st. 91b. (R. Archer); Mr. Winch’s The Brahmin, three years old, 6st. (T. Hayward); Mr. B. Austin's Madeline, by Orlando, out of Novelist's dam, three years old, 5st. 10lb. (Clements); Mr. P. Tomb's b. g. by Stockpole, out of Nizza, by Worlaby Baylock (half-bred), three years old, 5st. 41b. (Bren); Mr. G. Higgins's b. g. Apostate, three years old, 5st. (Kendall); Capt. H. B. Powell's The Free-trader, three years old, 5st. (Šalter); Mr. Soutbby's b. c. Appleton, three years old, 4st. 121b. (Oliver, jun.); Mr. H. Drewe's Ballet Girl, five

years old, 7st. (Charlton), also ran. 4 to 1 against Free-trader, 5 to 1 each against Pitsford and Hugo. Won by half a length.

SWEEPSTAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 20 added; heats, half a mile (9 subscribers).
Sir C. Rushout's Flounce, by Slane, three years old (£40), 6st. 6lb. (R.
Archer)

0 1 2 1 Mr. I. Day's f. by Birdcatcher, out of Wadastra, four years old (£40), 7st. 21b. (Wakefield)

0 1 2 Mr. Sherring's Rage, two years old (£40), 4st. 61b. (G. Fordham)

1 0 0 3 Mr. B. Land's Tbrush (late Cerito), by Irish Birdcatcher, three years old (£40), 6st. 61b. (B. Land, jun.)

0 2 0 Mr. Hewitt's Merlin, three years old (£40), 6st. 61b. (Donald); Mr. Dallimore's Prince

Petulant, by Touchstone, dam by Combat, five years old (£40), 7st. 6lb. (Kallow); Mr. G. Higgins's Maid of the West, three years old (£200), Sat. 3lb. (Weaver); Mr. R. Tomb's Darkness, five years old (£40), 7st. 6lb. (J. Richards); Mr. Osbaldeston's f. by Pantaloon, out of Fugleman's dam, four years old (£40), 7st. 21b. (Hiett), also ran.

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HARPENDEN. Friday, May the 21st.-- The ROTHAMSTEAD STAKES of 3 sovs, each, with 30 added; heats,

one mile and a half (4 subscribers). Mr. Henry's Salopian, by Theon, three years old (£40), 6st. 5lb. (Bailey) Mr. C. H. Smith's br. c. Union Jack, four years old (£40), 6st. 51b. (Hickman)

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Mr. Nightingale's Ascot Lass, three years old (£80), 6st. 81b. (carried 6st. 111b.) (Maxted) ..

3 0 Mr. Blain': Charity (late Misery), aged (£20), 8st. 61b. (Grubb), also raó.

The winner was sold for £67.
SWEEPSTAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 30 added, for two years old ; T.Y.C. (8 subscribers).
Mr. J. Barnard's b. c. Corybantes, by Scamander, out of Dinah, by Clarion, 8st. 7lb.

(Dockeray)
Mr. Henderson's i. Penelope, by Alarm, ont of Eluina, 8st. 21b. (W. Abdale)
Mr. E. R. Clark's b. c. Little Swift, 8st. 71b. (T. Southam)
Mr. Bowers's b. f. Pride, by Archy, out of Conceit, 8st. 21b. (Knight)
Mr. F. Oldaker's b. c. Gunnersbury, by Pantaloon, dam (foaled in 1842) by Touchstone,

out of Languish, 8st. 716. (Charlton); Mr. Busk's b. c. Brookside, by Ratan, dam

(foaled in 1840) by Hindoo, out of sister to Clare, 8st. 71b. (C. Norman), also ran. 6 to 4 against Gunnersbury, and 7 to 4 against Corybantes. Won by a head, half a length between the second and third. The HARPENDEN HANDICAP of 5 sovs. each, 3 ft. if declared, with 40 added; the second

received back his stake, and the winner paid 7 sovg.; two miles (16 subscribers, of whom paid 3 sovs. each). Mr. Parr's Clothworker, by The Prime Warden, aged, 9st. (including 716. extra)

(owner) Mr. Messer's Firebolt , four years old, 7st. 41b. (Wakefield)

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2 Mr. Parker's Ventre-a-Terre, four years old, 6st. 101b. (Bailey)

3 Mr. G. Drew's The Clown, five years old, 7st. 71b. (Knight); Major Bringhurst's ch. c.

Hampton, three years old, 6st. (G. Palmer); Mr. G. Drew's Volusia, three years old,

5st. 716. (T. Sherwood), also ran. 5 to 2 against Clothworker, and 5 to 1 against Firebolt. Deciding heat-- 5 and 6 to 4 op Clothworker, who won by two lengths. The HURDLE RACE of 5 sovs. each, with 30 added; heats, about a mile and a-half, over four

flights of hurdles (9 subscribers). Mr. Shenton's Whipper-snapper, by Dromedary, aged (£40), 10st. 9lb. (Sait) 1 1 Mr. Edward's b. f. Castellan, four years old, 10st. 81b. (Land)..

02 Mr. Higgins's St. Patrick (late Pio Nono), five years old

(£80), 10st. 91b. (Hizgins) 2 Mr. J. Verrall's British Consul, five years old (£100), 10st. 131b. (Cassidy) 3 0 Mr. White's b. g. Rabelais, five years old (£80), 10st. 61b. (Donaldson); Mr. Condron's

b. g. Spectator, aged (£40), iCst. 131b. (Ablett); Mr. Williamson's Victress, sister to Legislator, six years old (£80), 10st. 61b. (Price); Mr. T. Oldaker's Old Wells (£150),

1)st. Blb. (fell) (Reynolds), also rau. The winner was sold for £84.

The LADIES' PURSE of 5 sovs. each, with 30 added; two miles (6 subscribers). Mr. Delamere's Agis, by Safeguard, six years old, 11st. 41b. (Mr. Bevill)

1 Mr. Leigh's Viscount, aged, 11st. 4lb. (Mr. Townley)..

2 Mr. Condron's br. g. Spectator, aged, 11st. 4lb. (Capt. Haworth) Mr. F. H. Archer's br. h. Rebel, aged, 11st. 4lb. (Mr. C. Boynton), also ran.

Won by a length. The Scurry HANDICAP of 2 sovs. each, with 20 added; the winner to be sold for £50 ; hall

a mile (7 subscribers). Mr. Messer's Grasshopper, by Harkaway, 10st. (Sly)..

1 Mr. G. Stredgett's br. 5. Blaze, aged, 10st. 71b. (Mr. C. Boynton)

2 Mr. Henry's Salopian, three years old, 8st. 101b. (Wakefield)

3 Mr. Shenton's Scar, four years old, 9st. 71b. (Bailey); Mr. J. H. Bedford's b. m. Jenny

Lind, six years old, 9st. (Brace); Mr. Dickin's br. f. Miss Knight, three years old, 8st. (Maxted); Mr. C.H. Smith's br. c. Union Jack, four years old, 9st. (Price), also ran. Won by a neck. The winner was sold for £54,

EPSOM TUESDAY, May the 25th.-- The CRAVEN STAKES Of 10 sovs. each, with 30 ádded; the last

mile and a quarter of the New Derby Course (10 sube.) Mr. G. Henry's ch. f. Butterfly, by the Knight of the Whistle, three years old, 6st. 10lb. (Kendall)

1 Mr. E. Parr's b. 1. Sanita, three years old, 6st. 101b. (Hiett)

2 Baron Rothschild's ch. c. by Phlegon, out of Marinella, three years old, 7st. llb. (Char

ton); Lord Zetland's b. g. Radulphus, aged, 8st. 11lb. (Marson); Mr. R. L. Walker's b. c. Cavan, three years old, 7st. llb. (T. Smith); Mr. Morris's ch. c. Hungerford, four years old, 8st. 716. (Bumby); Mr. Drake's br. h. Doctor Puff, by The Master of the Rolls, out of Sliding Scale,

by The Sadler-Langar (half-bred) five years old, 8st. 13lb. (Robert Sherwood); Mr. Brýcr's b.g. Y. England. five years old, 8st. 101b. (Denman);

Lord Exeter's ch. C. Llex, three years old, 7st. 116. (W. Harlock), also ran. 5 to 2 against Radulphus, and 6 to 1 against Butterfly. Won by half a length. Bumby was fined 2 sovs. for attempting to start without orders.

The HORTON STAKES of 3 sovs. each, with 30 added; one mile (6 subscribers.) Mr. Morris's ch. c. Haresfoot, by Thistlewhipper, four years old, (£40) 7st. (Basham) '1 Mr. Armstrong's b. f. Sabra, three years old, (£80) 6st. 316. (T. Osborne)

2 Mr. W. Hale's br. f. Grand Duchess, three years old, (£40) 5st. 3lb. (Fordham) 3 Mr. Whiting's br. f. Dame Tattle, three years old, (£40) 5st. 3lb. (Kendall); Mr. Ray

ner's b. c. Presto, four years old, (£60) 7st. 71b. (E. Sharp); Major Martyn's b. f. Lady

Isabel, three years old, (£60) 5st. 10lb. (T. Sherwood), also ran. 2 to 1 against Sabra, and 6 to 1 against #aresfoot. Won by a length, the same distance between the second and third. The winner was sold for 72 guineas.

The HEATHCOTE PLATE of 50 sovs. (handicap); half a mile. Lord Chesterfield's b. f. Senorita, by Hetman Platofì

, three years old, 6st. 10lb. (Wells) 1 Mr. Hornsby's br. h. Joc o'Sot, aged, 8st. (Hornsby).. Mr. Collier's b. c. Hambletonian, three years old, 7st. 3lb. (Hiett)

3 Mr. Shrimpton's b. m. Arlette, five years old, 7st. 9lb. (Burns); Mr. Hirst's b.g. Don

caster, aged, 7st. (Collins); Mr. Parker's br. m. Fuoco, six years old, 7st. (Neep); Count Batthyany's b. g. Wee Mickey, aged, 6st. 121b. (C. Bradly); Mr. Magenis's b.f. Janina, three years old, 6st. 101b. (Charlton); Mr. Benstead's b. g. The Rogue, by Slane, out of Odessa, four years old, 6st. 71b. Seffert); Mr. Southby's b. c. Appleton, (half-bred) three years old, 6st. 71b. (Sabin); Mr. Gulliver's ch. f. Lady Blanche, three years old, 6st. (Kendall); Mr. Burn's ch. f. by Y. Lochinvar, out of Madcap's dam,

three years old, 5st. 121b. (T. Sherwood), also ran, 2 to 1 against Senorita, 7 to 2 against Janina. Won by a head. The trainers of Hambletonian and Fuoco were fined 2 sovs. for not declaring their colours. Seffert rode The Rogue 4lbs. over weight, he did not come to scale after the race. There was a false start in which The Rogue, Appleton, and f.out of Madcap's dam ran the Course through.

The MANOR PLATE of 100 sovs. (handicap); one mile. Mr. Magenis's ch.c. The Heriot, by Velocipede, four years old, 6st. 10lb. (Freeborn) 1 Mr. H. Hill's b. c. Hopthorpe, four years old, 8st. (carried 8st. lib. (A. Day) .. 2 Mr. Payne's ch. f. Catalpa, four years old, 7st. 10lb. (Flatman)

3 Mr. J. S. Bowle's ch. c. Iracundus, four years old, 6st. 101b. (Charlton) Mr. Snewing's ch. m. Heroine, six years old, 7st. 71b. (E. Sharp); Mr. Drinkald's ch. &.

Dulcet, aged, 7st. Alb. (Pavis) ; Mr. W. Watson's ch. g. Merryman, aged, 7st. (Kenne. dy); Mr. Pedley's bl. f. Paquetta, four years old, 7st. 3lb. (including 5lb. extra) Harrison); Sir W. Booth's ch. f. Timid Fawn, four years old, 6st. 91b. (Hiett); Mr. Death ra. b. c. Sardanapalus, four years old, 6st. 7lb. (T. Sherwood); Mr. C. Dorrien's b. f. Chaplet, four years old, 6st. 4lb. (Neep); Mr. Begbie's b. f. Follow me Lads, four years old, 6st. (A. Marlow); Mr. Rayner's ch. f. Gaylass, four years old. 5st. 121b. (8. Steggles); Mr. Barling's ch. m. Harriott (late Jessie) six years old, 5st. 1

Shrimpton's b. f. Miss Bundy, three years old, 5st. (Bundy), also ran. 4 to 1 against Catalpa, and 6 to 1 each against Heroine, Dulcet, Paquetta, Timid Fawn, Iracundus, and Gaylass. "Won easily by a length. Miss Bundy fell over the ropes after passing the chair; and her rider was much hurt. The trainers of Chaplet and Merryman were fined 2 soys. each for not declaring their colours. The WoOODCOTE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 100 added, for two years old colts, 8st. 6lb.,

and fillies, 8st. 3lb.; the second horse recieved 25 sovs., and the winner paid 10 sovs.; T.Y.C. three quarters of a mile (32 subscribers). Mr Oldaker's b. c. Orestes, by Orlando, dam by Bay Middleton, out of Vitula (Templeman) 1 Mr Osbaldeston's b. f. sister to Mountain Deer (Hiett) ..

2 Duke of Bedford's b. c. Gossip (F. Butler)

3 Duke of Richmond’s b. c. Dagobert (late Tonides) by Ion, dam (foaled in 1839) by

Langar, out of sister to Cobweb (J. Marson) Mr. Drinkald's b. c. by Mathematician, out of Alibassa (A. Day); Mr. Hayter's b.c. Fri

day, by Venison, out of Columbine, by Catton (W. Day); Mr. Lomas's b. c. Deerhound (Kitchener); Mr. Merry's b. f. Desdemona (Whitehouse) ; Mr. Payne's b. c. Speed the Plough, by Cotherstone, out of Farmer's Daughter (Flatman); Sir C. Rushout's ch. c. Ethelbert, brother to Ethelwolf (Yates); Mr. J. M. Stanley's b.e. Mustung (Charlton); Mr. Thellusson's ch. c. Rataplan, brother to Stockwell (J. Sharp); Mr. E.

Why's b. c. Don Quixote, by Don John, out of Red Rose (Rogers), alsó ran. 6 to 4 against Dagobert, 5 to 1 against Orestes. Won by a length, two lengths between the second

and third, a length between the third and fourth, Speed the Plough was next, close up. The trainer of Don Quixote was fined 2 sovs. for not declaring bis colours. WEDNESDAY.—The CAREW STAKES of 3 sovs. each, with 40 added; the winner to be sold

for £150; three-quarters of a mile (7 subscribers). Mr. Gulliver's ch, f. Lady Blanche, by Epirus, three years old, 6st 5lbs. (Kendall) 1 Mr. Morris's b. c. Priam the Third, three years old, 7st. 61b. (Basham)

2 Count Batthyany's b. g. Wee Mickey, aged, 8st. 3lb. (W. Abdale)

3 Mr. Parr's ch. c. Little Bo-Peep, three years old, 7st. 1lb. (carried 7st. alb. (Wakefield:

Mr. Benstead's b. g. The Rogue, four years old, 7st. dll. (Seffert); Capt. Rowley's

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