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A gold Cup, added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft. and only five if declared by the 20th of March, for horses of all denominations (two years old excepted); the winner of the Granby to carry 10lb., of the Coplow, 71b. extra ; the winner to subscribe to this stake and the Granby handicap for 1846, and to pay 15 sovs, to the Racing-fund; two miles (19 subscribers, 9 of whom paid only 5 sovs, each).

Ld. G. Bentinck's Discord, aged, 12st., including 101b. extra (Capt. Pettat)
Ld. Chesterfield's b. h. The Poor Soldier, five years old, 10st. sib. (Capt. Williams) 2
Ld. G. Bentinck's b. g. Naworth, aged, 10st. 10lb. (Mr. Clifton)
Mr. H. Lowther's b: 3. Hyrcanian, five years old, 10st. 111b. (Capt. Oliver)..
Mr. W. H. Johnstone's br.h. William le Gros, six years old, Ilst. 12/b. (Ld. Howth)
Mr. T. Dawson's br. c. Lord Saltoun, four years old, 10st. 3lb. (pulled up) (Mr.
Erskine)..

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3 to 1 on Là. G. Bentinck's two.

Won easily by half a length. Mr.J. Leslie's The Gift, llst. 21b. (Capt. Oliver), beat Sir W. W. Wynn's Sir Jasper, by Shamrock, out of Semiramis, by Tiresias, lost, 101b. (Lord Wilton) once round and a distance, 25 sovs.

The Melton Plate, given by the inhabitants of Melton Mowbray; four years old 10st. 71b., five 11st. 4lb., six and aged. llst. illb. ; half-bred horses allowed 61b.; mares and geldings 3lb.; a winner previous to starting to carry blb.; if of the Tally-ho, Granby, or Coplow, lolb. extra; a mile and a half. Mr. Spriggs's ch. g. by Mundig, five years old (Mr. White)

1 Mr. Johnstone's William le Gros, six years old (owner)

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Mr. G. Barlow's br. g. Ploughboy, by Birdcatcher, six years old (half-bred) (Mr.

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Mr. Percival's big. The Bird, six years old (half-bred) (Mr. Parkyns)
Ld. Chesterfield's b. g. Prizeflower, aged (half-bred) (Ld. Wilton)
Mr. Walker's br. h. Tom Thumb, by Comus, aged
Mr. Brown's b. g. Go-ahead, aged
Ld. Granby's ch. 8. Stockings, aged
Mr. Owsley's b. g. Happy-go-lucky, six years old
Mr. Walker's b. H. British Yeoman, by Y. Emilius, six years old..
Mr. A. W. Hill's br. c. Beaumont, four years old
Mr. Stokes's gr. m. sister to Whitefoot, six years old (half bred)..

Won easily: The Optional Selling Stakes of 10 sovs. each, with 20 added; four years old 10st. blb., five list. 21b., six and aged list. Olb.; maiden horses allowed 4lb.; the winner to be sold for 100 sors.; horses entered to be sold for 150 sovs. to carry 31b., for 200 sovs. Blb., for 300 sovs, 141b , for 400 sovs, 211b, extra; a mile and a half (6 subscribers).

Mr. Green's b. g. The Bat, by Bran, six years old (Capt. Williams).
Mr. Johnstone's br. g. Veluti, six years old (L. Howth)

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Mr. Dawson's b. f. Teresa, four years old (Mr. Erskine)
Mr. Osbaldeston's ch, h. Elixir, five years old
Mr. Stokes's gr. m. sister to Whitefoot, half-bred (150 sors.)

Won by a length,
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WARWICK SPRING MEETING.
MONDAY, April the 7th.-The Trial Stakes of 10 soys. each, with 50 added by the town of
Warwick; for three years old 7st., and four Ist.; the winner of the Derby, Oaks, or St. Leger
to have carried 10lb. extra; horses that never won allowed 21b.; the Mile Course.

Mr. A. W. Hill's br. c. Sweetmeat, by Gladiator, three years old, 7st. (Arthur) 1
Sir C. R. Cockerell's br. c. Rodney, ihree years old, 7st. (Crouch)

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Lord Warwick's b. c. Roebuck, three years old, 6st. 121b. (Murphy)

3 Mr. Ford's br. c. The Attorney, three years old, 6st. 1216. (Copeland)

4 5 to 4 against Sw eat, and 2 to 1 against The Attorney.

Won easily by nearly two lengths. The Warwickshire Hunt Stakes of 5 sovs. each, for horses belonging to the subscribers of the Warwickshire Foxhounds, and that have been hunted with them in the season of 1844-5; 11st. 71h. each; a winner of any public race over the flat to carry blb. extra; two miles. Lord Howth's gr. h. Cromaboo (owner)

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Lord Howth’s b. m. Mayflower, aged (Mr. W. M'Donough)

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Mr. Brookes's ch. g. The Eagle, aged (owner)
Mr. Little's b. g. Vagabond, aged (Mr. G. Hawkes).
Mr. Barnard's ch. g. The Page, by Mundig (Capt. Chetwynd)
Lord Vaux's b. g. Hornet (owner)
Mr. Laurell na. Embassy (Mr. Bright)
Mr. Sheldon's bl. m. Dudu (owner)

0 Mr. Bennett's Ul. g. Martingale (Mr. Nunn) The Warwick Handicap of 15 sovs. each ; 10 ft. and only 5 ir declared, &c., with 40 added by the Race Committee; two miles (11 subscribers, 3 of whom paid only 5 sovs. each). Mr. A. W. Hill's b. g. Salopian Bay Middleton, three years old, 5st. 6lb. (Tasker)

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Mr. H. Johnstone's br. 8. Veluti, six years old, 7st. llib. (Denman).

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Ld. Warwick's br. c. The Mule, four years old, 7st. (Copeland)
Mr. Atkinson's b. c. Wotton, four years old, Est. 71b. (Murphy).
Mr. Raworth's b. g. Schoolboy, six years old, 7st. Illb. (Bradley)

Won by half a length. Mr. G. Hobson's Villebecque (owner) beat Col. White's g. Glaneig (Barnett) half a mile; lost. each ; 50 sovs.

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The Farmers' Plate of 50 sovs. and 10 to the second horse ; two-mile heats.

Mr. H. Robbins's br. g. Mantrap, five years old, Ilst. 91b. (Mr. Bursell) 4 1 1
Mr. S. Lucas's br. f. by Mundig, out of Mantrap's dam, three years old,
10st. 21b. (Mr. Page)

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Mr. W. Cowper's

gr. c. by Bran, out of Miss Coverton, four years old, 11st. (Mr. Hughes).. Mr. R. Robbins's The Baron, by Baron Wem, four years old, 11st. (owner) 3 3 0 A forced Handicap of 10 sovs. each; once round and a distance (8 subscribers). Mr. H. Johnstone's br. g. Veluti, by Sheet Anchor, six years old, 8st., walked over.

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HAMPTON SPRING MEETING. TUESDAY, April the 8th.-A Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, with 15 added ; optional selling weights; once round and a distance (4 subscribers). Mr. Thumwood's ch. g. Forlorn Hope (late George), aged (to be sold for 100 sovs), walked over.

A free Handicap Hurdle Race of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 20 added ; three miles, over eight hurdles four feet out of the ground (8 subscribers).

Mr. Hornsby's ch. g. Whalebone, by Merchant, 10st. (Simmonds)
Mr. Scott's b. h. Sir Edward, 10st. 5lb.

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Mr. Bray's b. g. The Knight, 11st.
Mr. Bell's b. g. Cheroot, 10st. 121b.
Mr. Carter's ch, m. sister to Fernerly, 10s. 5lb...
Mr. R. Coombes's Flying Fish (late Spitfire) Ost.

Won by a length. The Barrack Stakes of 3 sovs. each, with a purse added ; four years old Ilst., five Ilst. 101b. six and aged 12st, ; half-bred horses allowed 71b.; the winner to be sold for 100 sovs; to be ridden by gentlemen qualified as for the Anglesey stakes at Goodwood ; once round and a distance, with four leaps over hurdles four feet high (subscribers).

Lord Glamis's ch. g. Belshazzar (owner)
Mr. Barlow's Queen of Diamonds, aged (half-bred) (owner)

Four others started. The winner was claimed.

Won by a length. The Tally-ho Stakes of 3 sovs. each, with 15 added; four years old 11st, 21b., five 11st. 121b., six and aged 12st. 5lb.; half-bred horses allowed 71b. ; to be ridden by gentlemen, bona fide members of any Club or Hunt; the winner to be sold for 150 sovs.; heats, one mile and a half, over four hurdles in each heat (subscribers).

Mr. Hornby's Donald Caird, by Mozart aged (half-bred) (Mr. Simmonds) 1 1
Mr. Neal's gr. g. Viscount, aged (half-bred)

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Mr. Brettle's ch. m. Nora Creina ..

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Mr. Haworth's ch,
m. Flirt, six years old (half-bred

4 dr. The stakes are withheld on an objection, made by the owner of Viscount, that Mr. Simmonds is not a member of any Club or Hunt.

The Scurry Stakes of 3 sovs. each, 11st. each, once round and a distance, the winner to be sold for 60 sovs. (3 subscribers), was won by

Mr. Hay's Saltfish (Lord Glamis) beating two others. The Consolation Stakes of 1 sov. each, with a purse added, was won by

Mr. R. Coombes's Flying Fish (Mr. A. Maule), beating four others.

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BURTON CONSTABLE. WEDNESDAY, April the 9th. The gold Cup, value 100 sovs., the surplus in specie, by subscription of 7 sovs. each, 2 ft. for hunters ; four years old 10st. 91b., five list. 71b., six and aged 12st.; mares allowed 3lb.; a winner before starting to carry blb. extra, and thorough-bred horses, 7lb. extra ; no extra weight to exceed 10lb.; gentlemen riders; heats, one mile and a half (45 subscribers). Mr. E. Hobson's b. g. Golden Pippin, by Robin Hood, six years old (Mr. Nainby)

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Col. Thompson's b. h. Hamlet, aged (owner)

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Capt. Allen's ch. m. Wasp, six years old (Mr. J. Cookson)"
Mr. Jones, sen., na. b. m. Miss Cranswick, by Sandbeck, aged (Mr. Catton) ŏ 0
Mr. P. Richardson's br. h. Dubious, five years old (Mr. Loft)

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Mr. W. Bethell na., b. h. Moscow, by Sheik, aged (half-bred) (Mr. W. Lam-
plugh)

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Mr. Creyke's ch, m. by Muley Mulock, out of Alma, by Margrave, six years
old (Mr. Willoughby).

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Mr. W. Scott's ch. h. Agriculture, brother to Little Hampton, five years old
(Mr. C. Boynton)

00 dr, Mr. W. Baxter's b. g. Magna Charta, five years old

(owner)

00 dr. Mr. J. D. Robson's b. m. Frea, six years old (Mr. Robson)

0 dr. Mr. H. Robinson's b. h. Mentor, five years old (Mr. Bell)..

0 dr. Mr. Cookson, the rider of Wasp, made an objection to Golden Pippin receiving the stakes, alleging that he was crossed by his rider; but the Stewards, after hearing evidence, decided in favour of Golden Pippin, and his owner received the cup.

The Drawing Room Stakes of 80 sovs., added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each ; for three years old 7st., four 8st. 6lb., five 8st. 101b., six and aged Ost; mares and geldings allowed Slb. ; halfbred horses, 5lb.; no allowance to exceed 71b.; a winner once to carry 31b., twice 5lb., and thrice 7lb. extra; the winner paid five sovs. to the Judge ; one mile and three quarters (7 subscribers). Mr. Baxter's br. m. Legacy, by The Bard, out of Eliza, by Filho da Pata, five

years old (Bumby)

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Col. Thompson's b. f. Helen, by Sheet Anchor, four years old (half-bred) (G.
Francis)

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Mr. T. Dawson's bl. c. Montgomerie, brother to Lord Saitoun, by The Mole,
three years old (T. Lye)

6 to 4 against Montgomerie. Won by half a length. Mr. Wray's b. or br. h. Calomel, by Mercury (Mr. Ford), beat Mr. Lambert's br. h. Tom Thumb, by Little John (Mr. Champney), 11st. each; once round and a distance ; 20 sovs.

The Holderness Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 20 added by the Town of Hedon; for three years old colts 8st. 71b., and fillies 8st. 21b. ; one mile and three quarters (3 subscribers).

Mr. Walker's b. f. by Muley Moloch, dam (foaled in 1828) sister to Emma, by Whisker, walked

THURSDAY.—The Farmers' Purse of 20 sovs., added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, heats, once round and a distance, with six leaps over hurdles in each heat, was won, at three heats, by

Mr. Irvin's b. g. Ranger, by Ebbertson, dam by Lottery, five years old (W. Wilson), beating four others.

The Burton Constable Handicap Stakes of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft. and only 5 if declared, &c., with 50 added, for horses of all denominations (two years old excepted); the winner paid 10 sovs. towards expenses ; two miles (7 subscribers, 4 of whom paid 5 sovs. cach). Mr. R. E. shafto's ch. h. Porto Bello, by Muley Moloch, five years old, 8st. 61b.

(Bumby)
Mr. T. Dawson's br. c. by Slane, out of Jason's dam, öy Merlin, four years old,

7st. (T. Lye)
Mr. R. Bell's br. c. The Infant, by Righton, or Lot, four years old, 7st. (G. Francis) 3
Even betting on The Slane c., and 6 to 4 against Porto Bello.

Won by nearly a length. This was advertised as a race for Gentlemen riders, but the handicap having by mistake been made for light weights, jockeys were put up.

The Scurry Stakes of 3 sovs. each, with 10 added; 10st, 71b. each; thorough-bred horses, 71b. extra ; heats, half a mile (9 subscribers). Mr. Whiting's b. m. Lill, by Humphrey Clinker Junior (G. Francis)

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Mr. Robson's b. m. Prea (Templeman)

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Mr. W. E. Hobson's b. g. Golden Pippin (Bloor).
Mr. W. Baxter's b. g. Magna Charta (Baxter)

04 Three others started. The Criterion Handicap Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 20 added, for horses of all ages (two years old excepted); to be ridden by Gentlemen, Farmers, or Jockeys; one mile and three quarters (6 subscribers).

Mr. Shafto's ch. h. Porto Bello, five years old, 8st. 101b. (Bumby)
Col. Thompson's b. f. Helen (half-bred), four years old, 7st. 61b. (Francis).
Mr. Walker's b. f. by Muley Moloch, out of sister to Emma, by Whisker, three years old,
Ost. 2016. (Styche)

2 and 3 to i on Porto Bello. Won by half a length. A silver Tea-pot, the gift of E. H. Reynard, Esq , added to a Sweepstakes of 2 sovs. each, for horses the property of farmers, &c., the second horse saved his stake, ridden by farmers or their sons, one mile and a half, was won by

Mr. Baxter's b. m. Legacy, five years old (owner), beating five others.

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NOTTINGHAM. WEDNESDAY, April the oth.-The Sherwood Trial Stakes, a sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 30 added by the town of Nottingham ; three years old 6st., four 8st. 4lb., five est. 131b., six and aged Ost. 5lb., mares and geldings allowed 3lb.; once round and a distance (4 subscribers). Mr. Morris's br. g. Ploughboy, six years old, Ost. 21b. (Darling)

0 1 Mr. Parkyn's b. g. The Bird, six years old, Ost. 21b. (Frost)

0 2 Won easy. Hart rode Ploughboy in the dead heat. The Bunny Park Stakes of 3 sovs. each, with 25 added by the Earl of Scarborough and Lord Rancliffe, for four years old and upwards, not thorough-bred, the property of, and to be ridden by, farmers or tradesmen, or their sons, residing within fifteen miles of Nottingham; the owner of the second horse received back his stake; heats, one mile and three-quarters (4 subscribers).

Mr. J. Allcock's b. m. Little-thought-of, five years old, 12st. 81b. (Hilton)
Mr. Morris', br. g. Ploughboy, six years old, 11st. 181b. (Vincent)

2 dr. The Gentlemen's Stakes of 5 sovs. each, h. ft., with 25 sors. added, for four years old and upwards, ridden by gentlemen members of a racing or sox-hunting club, or by officers on full pay of her Majesty's army and navy; once round and a distance (8 subscribers).

Mr. Spriggs's ch. g. by Mundig, five years old, 11st. 5lb. (Mr. H. Sutton)
Sir C. Cockerell's br. f. Niobe, four years old,' 10st. 41b. (half-bred) (Mr. Scobeli)
Mr. Clifton's br. g. Pedlar, aged, 11 st. 121b. (half-bred)
Mr. North's b. m. Little-thought-of, five years old, 10st. 10ib. (half-bred) .
Captain Davenport na. Co-heiress, five yrs. old, Ilst. 71b. ..
Lord Rancliffe's br. m. Harriet, five years old, 11st...
Mr. J. Bruce's gr. g. Sir William, aged, llst. Blb. (half-bred)

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.. 7 Won by two lengths. Officers' Race, a sweepstakes of 3 sovs. each, for horses the property of, and ridden by, officers of the 12th Royal Lancers, 11st. each, one mile (7 subscribers), was won by

Mr. Thelluson's b. m. Miserere, six years old (Mr. C. Sutton), beating Mr. C. Maunsell's b. g. Cock Robin, aged, and two others.

A Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, h. ft., with 25 added by Sir Juckes Clifton, for horses, &c., not thorough-bred; to be ridden by gentlemen, members of a racing or fox-hunting club, or by officers on full pay of her Majesty's army or navy; heats, once round and a distance. Mr. Morris's br. g. Ploughboy, six years old, 12st. (Mr. Parkyns).

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Mr. Clifton's b. i. sola, four years old, 10st. 916. (half-bred) (Mr. R. Clifton) 2 2
Lord Rancliffe's b. 8. Dick, by Cupbearer, aged, 12st. (Capt. Bell)

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THORSDAY.-A Hurdle Race of 3 sovs. each, with 20 added by the town of Nottingham ; heats, a mile and three-quarters, over fuur hurdles in each heat, about four feet high; the owner of the second horse saved his stake. Mr. Hallam's ch. g. Goose Green, five years old, 12st. 4lb. (owner)

1 Capt. Davenport na. Co-heiress, five years old, i2st. 81b.

8 2 Mr. Clifton's ch. g. The Lawyer, six years old, 12st. lllb.

4 8 Mr. Jamson's br. g. Retriever, aged, 13st. 21b.

2 dr. Mr. Bramley's br. g. Old Spot (late Rattler), aged, 13st. 21b.

dis. A forced Handicap of 5 sovs. each, h. ft., with 20 added; once round and a distance (8 subscribers.

Mr. J. Allcock's b. m. Little-thought-of, five years old, 10st. Olb. (N. Stagg)
Mr. Morris's br. 8. Ploughboy, six years old, íost. 121b.

2 Won easy. The Consolation Stakes of 3 sovs. each, 1 ft., with 20 added by the publicans of Nottingham, for the beaten horses of the first day's races; once round and a distance (4 subscribers). Sir C. Cockerell's br. f. Niobe, by Defence, four years old, 8st. 71h. (half-bred)

(Darling, jun.)
Mr. Parkyns's b. g. The Bird, six years old, 8st: 71b. (half-bred)
Mr. Clifton's b. f. Sola, four years old, 7st. 216. (half-bred)

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BIBURY (OLD COURSE). THURSDAY, April 10th.-The Bibury Stakes of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., for horses not thoroughbred, that never won before the day of running (matches excepted); five years old Ilst. 71b., six and aged 12st. ; two miles (19 subscribers).

Mr. W. Sadler's b. f. New Forest Deer, by Venison, four years old (Mr. Bayly) 1
Mr. J. Dutton's b. g. by Vigo, out of President's dam, three years old (Capt.

Pettat)
Mr. W. Scott's br. g. Babylon, by Belshazzar, out of Prosody, aged
Mr. S. Quartermaine's b. g. The Roarer, aged
Capt. Pearce's Lilla, aged
Lord Gifford's b. g. Marmion, aged (carried 21h, over)
Mr. E. Herbert's Shipmate, by Jack Tar, out of Tariít's dam, five years old
Mr. C. Goodwin's b. g. St. Swithin, aged
Mr. Fowler's b. g. brother to Filby, six years
Mr. John Herbert's b. g. Shrimp, aged

Won easy by a length.
The Hack Stakes of 5 sovs. each; half-bred horses Ilst., thorough-bred list. 10lb.; the winner
to be sold for 40 sovs. ; straight in, about three-quarters of a mile (9 subscribers).
Mr. Pearce's b. g. Discord (half-bred) (Kitten).

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Mr. John's b. g. Somerset..

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Mr. Tollit's b. m. Nameless (half-bred)
Mr. Jones's b. g. Brewood (half-bred)
Mr. Osbaldeston's Elixir
Mr. F. Haines's gr. g. Wildgoose
Mr. Hussey's b. f. by Bubastes, out of Zelinda
Mr. Killard's b. m. Nora Creina
Sir C. R. Cockerell's br. g. Mongrel ..

0 Won by a length. The Sherborne Stakes of 10 sovs. each, h. il., for horses of all denominations; one mile (8 subscribers),

Mr. Williams's br. f. Silver Spur, by Liverpool, three years old, 10st. 61b., walked over. The Sherborne Handicap of 10 sovs. each, 5 fr. if declared before the 1st of March, with 25 added ; ridden by gentlemen qualified as for the Bibury stakes; one mile and a half (12 subscribers, 7 of whom paid 3 sovs. each).

Lord G. Bentinck's b. g. Naworth, by Liverpool, aged, 11st. 11lb. (Capt. Pettat) 1
Mr. W. Sadler's b. f. New Forest Deer, four years old, Ost. 7lb. (Mr. Clifton)
Sir C. R. Cockerell's Aurungzebe, five years old, 11st. 3lb. (Mr. Osbaldeston)
Mr. I. Day's Preissnitz, aged (Mr. J. Bayly).

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Mr. Parr's Teetotaller, six years old, 11st. 11b. (Mr. J. Dutton)

Won by a head. The Hunters' Stakes of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., for hunters, 12st. each; gentlemen or yeomen to ride; thorough-bred horses 7lb. extra, any horse baving won previous to starting 7lb. extra, those that never won before allowed 71b. ; two miles. Five to start, or the purse added will not be given (16 subscribers). Mr. Collins's gr. g. Isaac, by Figaro, aged (Mr. I. Day)

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Mr. Fletcher na. ch. 8. Falcon (half-bred)
Mr. John's b. g. The Miner (half-bred)

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Mr. Quartermaine's b. m. Vixen, by Bran, Pontiff's dam (half-bred)

dis. Vixen came in ten lengths in advance ; but, having ran on the wrong side of a post, was distanced.

A forced Handicap of 5 sovs. each, 1 ft. ; one mile (8 subscribers).
Mr. I. Day's b. f. by Bubastes, out of Zelinda, four years old, 10st. (S. Darling,

jun.)
Mr. Williams's br. f. Silver Spur, three years old, Ost, 2016.
Mr. Parr's Teetotaller, six years old, list, 6lb. ..
Mr J. Dutton's br. m. Brunette, Ost, 7lb.
Capt, Pearce's br. m. Fickle, list.

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A Handicap Hurdle Race of 8 sovs. each, with 15 added; one mile and a hall, opar six hurdles
(5 subscribers).
Mr. I. Day's Preissnitz, by Priam, aged, 10st. 71b. (Crickmere)

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Mr. R. Robins's Acteon, 10st. 9lb.
Mr. Tongue's Lancet, 10st.
Mr. Goddard's Medora, 10st,

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Mr. Jones's Brewood, llst.

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NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING. MONDAY, April the 14th.-Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, 5 ft. if declared, &c., to go to the owner of the second horse, for three and four years old ; D. N. (9 subscribers, 3 declared). Mr. Howe's ch. c. by Ratcatcher, out of Turquoise, four years old, 7st. 61b. )

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Mr. Newton's b. f. by Jerry, out of Pastille, three years old, 5st. 1016. (J. Sharpe) 3
Lord G. Bentinck's br. f. All-round.my-Hat, four years old, 8st. 91b. (Flatman).. O
Lord Exeter's b. f. Mocha, four years old, 7st. (R. Pettitt)
Col. Peel's b. f. by Slane, 'out of Sea-kale, three years old, 6st. blb. (W. Clay)
Lord Exeter's br. f. by Velocipede, out of Amaryllis, three years old, 6st. 41b.
(Abdale)
2 to 1 agst. All-round-my-Hat, and 3 to 1 agst. Mocha.

Won by two lengths. Handicap Sweepstakes of 25 sovs. each, 10 ft., for four years old and upwards; T.Y.C. (4 subscribers).

Mr. Howe's ch. h. Khorassan, by Samarcand, five years old, &st. 10lb. (Chapple) 1
Lord Exeter's b. c. Doctor Hill, four years old, 7st. llb. (R. Pettit)

6 to 4 on Khorassan.

Won by half a length. Renewal of the Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. each, for three year old colts 8st. 71b., and fillies &st. 41b., not engaged in either Riddlesworth, 2,000 gs., or 1,000 gs. stakes ; D.M. (6 subscribers).

Lord Chesterfield's ch. f. Lady Wildair, by Hornsea, out of Dirce (Flatman) 1
Lord Exeter's ch. c. Tunick (W. Boyce)
Duke of Bedford's br. c. Captain Phebus (Robinson)

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Lord W. Powlett's br. c. Energy (Bartholomew)
Mr. Booth's b. f. New Year's Day (Crouch)
5 to 4 on Captain Phebus, and 2 to i agst. Lady Wildair.

Won by a length.
Duke of Bedford's ch. h. Minotaur, by Taurus, five years old, 8st. 71b. (Robinson), beat Mr.
Gully's b. c. The Ugly Buck, four years old, 8st. 13lb. (J. Day, jun.); D.M. ; 300; h. ft.

Even betting.

Won by half a length. The thirty-first Riddlesworth Stakes of 200 sovs. each, he ft., for three year old; Ab. M. (8 sube scribers). Mr. Wreford, jun.'s br. c. Winchelsea, by Camel, out of Monimia, 8st. 71b. (J. Howlett)

1 Lord G. Bentinck's b. f. Ratafia, 8st. 41b. (Flatman)

5 to 1 on Winchelsea.

Won by five lengths. The Belgrave Square Stakes of 200 sovs. each, h. ft., for three years old colts, &st. 71b., and Allies 8st. 3lb.; D.M. (8 subscribers).

Col. Anson's b. c. Kedger, brother to Kedge, by Sheet Anchor, walked over. Produce Match.-Duke of Rutland's b. c. by Royal Oak, out of Minx's dam, 8st. 81b., against Duke of Portland's b. f. by Cæsar, out of Cænnis, 8st. 5lb.; D.M.; 100, h. ft.-Off by consent.

TUESDAY.–Sweepstakes of 100 govs. each, h. ft., for three years old, out of mares that never produced a winner of £500 at any one time; D.M. (5 subscribers). Mr. Osbaldeston's gr. f. The Fickle Wild Rose, by The Saddler, out of Fickle, 8st. 41b. (Flatman)

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Lord Albemarle's bl. c. Scarmentado, 8st. 7lb. (Whitehouse)
Col. Anson's b. c. Jezail, by Jereed, out of Marchesina, 8st. 71. (P. Butler) 3
Duke of Bedford's b. c. by Cæsar, ont of Misnomer, 8st. 41b. (E. Edwards)

6 to 4 against Jezail. Won by half a length. The Newmarket Handicap Stakes of 25 sovs. each, 10 ft., and only 5 is declared, &c., with 100 sovs. added-viz., 50 from the Town Race-fund and 50 by the Jockey Club-for three years old and upwards; Clermont Course, about a mile and three-quarters, the owner of the second horse received 100 sovs. out of the stakes (54 subscribers, 26 of whom paid 5 sovs, ft.).

Mr. Drinkald's b. c. Vol-au-Vent, by Voltaire, four years old, Ost. 61b. (Abdale).. 1
Col. Peel's b. h. I-am-not-aware, aged, 7st. 81b. (Chapple)
Lord Chesterfield's ch. h. Knight of the Whistle, aged, 8st. 91b. (Flatman)
Mr. Newton's b. m. Ma Mie, six years old, &st. 6lb. (Stephenson)
Mr. Ramsbottom's br. h. Pine-apple, five years old, 7st. 121b. (Bell)..
Mr. Booth's br. m. Priscilla Tomboy, six years old, 7st. blb. (Crouch)
Lord Chesterfield's The Poor Soldier, five years old, 7st. 21b. (Whitehouse)
Mr. Ford's b. c. Qui Tam, four years old, 7st. llb. (R. Cotton)..
Duke of Rutland's br. f.' by Beiram, out of Manto, four years old, Est. lllb.

(Pettit)
Lord G. Bentinck's b. c. Croton Oil, four years old, Ost. gib.

(Esling)
Mr. H. Stebbing's br. f. Celeste, four years old, Ost. 71b. (Planner)
Mr. Phillimore's b. f. Skeleton, four years old, 6st. 716. (W. Gooch)

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