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on for three years; much less then can we expect any great continued field from one Produce Stake.

A very, unsatisfactory settling over the Houghton—we might, indeed, join in the trio, but especially the one including "the last of the Baron's” performances-has set in the winter campaign with a combined want of money and confidence, that threatens to make book-manufacturing for ihe next few weeks or months a not over put-money-in-the-purse employment. The list, however, appears now to have settled down to something like a standard aspect, from which we gather that the winning stables of last Derby and Oaks are to follow suit at any rate as far as finding first-favourites goes for the next; although it is even now evident that Lord George and His Grace have not yet determined whether Princess Alice or Cuckoo shall win and wear the latter—a point, be it remembered, in close imitation of Refraction and Miss Elis, and which, we have no doubt, will be brought out in an equally fair-play stand-up set-to. On other heads we can offer no comment beyond or on the quotations, which in almost every

instance must be read rather as individual bets than average prices.

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ERRATUM. - In the List of Mr. W. Edwards' Mares, in our last number, the dam of St. Nicholas (Seamen, sister to Sailor,) was given by mistake instead of the mare Appleton Lass ; real dam, viz., Van by Ivanhoe.

END OF VOL. XIV.

Printed by Joseph Rogerson, 24, Norfolk-street, Strand, London.

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“ Last Scene of all !” (with En-

graving), 218
Leatherlungs the “Leg-by the

Editor-chap. viii., 9; chap. ix.,
336

Letter from New Brunswick-by a

Subaltern-302

Merry Monarch, Pedigree and Per-

formances of (with Engraving),57
MONTHLY MISCELLANY:

Dog Bill, the, 138

Morality of the French Turf, 137
Moors in 1844, an Excursion upon

the, 108
Moors, Shooting on the, 83

Races and Regattas of July-by

Craven-71
Racing Season, the past-by Castor

-378
Red-deer, the: Season for Hind-

hunting in Devon and Somerset,

252, 316
Refraction, Winner of the Oaks,

1845, Pedigree and Performances

of (with Engraving), 141
Reminiscences of a Sportsman in

Ireland, 233
Retriever, the (with Engraving), 258
REVIEWS OF BOOKS:
Angling, the Practice of, particu-

larly as regards Ireland, 132
Annuals, the, for 1846, 413
Dog, the-by William Youatt-

346
Domesticated Animals of the Bri-

tish Islands-by Professor Low

-411
Illustrated London Almanac, 412
London Medical Directory, 207
Sportsman's Directory, 131
Stable Talk and Table Talk; or,

Spectacles for Young Sports-
men-by Harry Hieover-345

Newmarket First and Second Octo-

ber Meetings—by Craven--281
Night, a, on Ulleswater, 42
Nimrod's Analysis of “The Diary of

a Huntsman,” by Thomas Smith,
Esq., 127,

144
Norfolk Cob, the ; a celebrated

Trotting Horse (with Engrav-
ing), 76

INDEX

Riding and Driving for the Million

-by Lord William Lennox-191
Rigging him out; or,

Make

your
Game" (with Engraving), 60

The Baron, Winner of the St. Leger,

1845, Pedigree and Performances

of (with Engraving), 287
Training the Race-horse--by Cother-

stone-Shoeing, 100; Race-rid-

ing, 102, 168
Trolling and Trimmering--by Chas.

Willowdale-85

Visit, a, to Jackson's Hunting and

General Riding School, Harrow-
road--by Lord William Lennox
-32

Salmon-fishing in Ireland, 388
Scenery of the River Wye, 330
Shooting on the Moors (with En-

graving), 83
Song, New, to an Old Tune-by.

Gelert-245
Sporting Adventure in Texas, 384
Sporting Adventures — by Master

Harry--333
Sporting Pictures--Hugo Meynell,

Esq.-15
Sports on the Cornish Moors--by

Master Harry-177
State of the Odds, 67, 139, 207,

279, 349, 418

Wild Sports in the Far West-by

Percy B. St. John--384
Woodcraft, Wild, of Germany, 259

Yachting, a Chapter on : The

Cowes Regatta, 1845—by Lord
William Lennox--266

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