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6 to 2 agst. St. Lawrence, 5 to 1 agst. Pickle Wild Rose, 0 to 1 agst. Pug, 6 to 1 agst. Sweetmeat, 8 to 1 agst. Wild Rose, 10 to 1 agst. Cabin-Boy, and 11 to 1 agst Roderick.

Won by a length.
Pug was beaten two lengths, beating St. Lawrence by half a length.
The County Members' Plate of 50 sovs.; heats a mile and a half.

Mr. Gregory's bl. f. Barricade, by Defence, four years old, 8st. 3lb. (Flatman).. ! 1
Mr. Isaac Day's Seaport, four years old, &st. 61b. (Wakefield)..

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Mr. A. H. Poole's b. c. Spring-bok, four years old, 8st. 61b. (Francis)

4 3 Mr. Henderson's ch. f. Jane, by Y. Sultan, dam,' by Doctor Faustus, out of Fanny, four years old, 8st. (Sly)..

2 4 Mr. Griffith's ch. g. Fox-whelp, three years old, 6st. 416. (w. 'Hutchinson) 35

Won in a canter, Mr. Treen's bl. f. Chemisette, by Tipple Cider, out of Corset, two years old, 4st. 4lb., recd ft. from Mr. Sloano's b. m. Red Rose, five years old, 9st. 21b.; a mile and a half; 100, h. ft.

WEDNESDAY, April the 23rd.—The Amateur Stakes (handicap) of 10 sovs. each, 3 ft, for horses of all denominations; gentlemen riders, qualified according to the Anglesey stakes at Goodwood ; a mile and a half and a distance (5 subscribers).

Capt. Boyd's b. h. The Conqueror, by Defence, six years old, 10st. 111b., walked over. Mr. Okeden's br. g. Jellalabad, aged, 12st. (Treen), beat Mr. Goldstone's ch, g. Ting, 10st. (J. Day, jun.); Cup Course ; 100, h.' ft.

The City Cup of 100 sovs. in specie, added to a Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each ; h. ft.; the winner paid 10 sovs. to the judge, and 5 sovs. for weights and scales, and the owner of the second horse received back his stake ; to start at the red post, and go once round; about two miles and a half (10 subscribers). Ld. G. Bentinck's b. c. Plenitude, by Bay Middleton, three years old, 6st. 61b.

(Abdale)
Mr. J. Dixon's ch. g. Glendower, Ave years old, 8st. 4ib. (Dixon)
Ld. Glenlyon's ch.on. Ben-y-Ghlo, five years old, 9st. Olb. (broke down) (J.

Day, jun.)
Mr. Guily's ch. 5. Vates, four years old, 7st. 1215. (Gilbert)
Mr. Parr's br. m. Europa, five years old, 8st. 71b. (Calloway)
Mr. W. Kingston's b. c. Sparsholt, three years old, 6st. 61b. (A. Day)..
2 to 1 against Plenitude, 5 to i against Ben-y.Ghlo, and 3 to 1 against Sparsholt.

Won by a neck. The Dyrham Park Stakes of 25 sovs, each, with 100 added (50 by G. W. Blathwayt, Esq., and 50 by the Committee); for three years old colts 8st. 101b., and fillies 8st. 5lb. ; the winner paid 5 sors, for weights and scales; one mile (10

subscribers).
Mr. Wreford's b. c. Worthless, by Camel (J. Day, jun.)

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Ld. G. Bentinck's ch. f. Miss Elis (Flatman)
Bir S. Spry's ch. f. by Sir Hercules, out of Taglioni (Butler)
Mr. G. Ongley's b. f. Mystery (Crouch)
Mr. Hook's b. c. Bastion (Sly)
Mr. Dixon's b. c. Easton, by Recovery, out of Glendower's dam (Dixon).
Il to 8 on Worthless, 2 to 1 against Miss Elis, and 5 to 1 against Mystery.

Won by a neck. Bastion was third.
The Bath Handicap of 20 sovs. each ; 10 ft. and only 5 if declared on or before the 81st of
March; the winner of the Somersetshire stakes to have carried blb. extra; a mile and a half and
a distance (7 subscribers, 2 of whom paid only 5 sovs. each).

Sir B. Spry's b. h. Subduer, by Slane, five years old, 7st. 5lb. (Flatman) ..
Mr. W. Kingston's b. c. Sparsholt, three years old, 5st. (A. Day)

Even betting. Won by a length.
The York Stakes (handicap) of 5 sovs. each, with 20 added ; one-mile heats,

Mr. P. Ongley's Roderick, by Camel, six years old, 8st. Olb. (Calloway) 0 1
Mr. King's Artful Dodger, six years old, dst. 61b. (J. Day, jun.)

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Mr. A. H. Poole's Spring-Lok, four years old, 7st. elb. (Francis)
Mr. Isaac Day's br. 1. by Bubastes, out of Zelinda, four years old, 7st. (Abdale) 0 0
Mr. Wood's Miss ikin, five years old, 7st. 71b.
Mr. Treen's Wild Roe, three years old, ést. 61b. (Treen, jun.)..

0 dr. Mr. J. Dixon's Dash, four years old, 7st. 5lb. (Darling, jun.)

0 0 dr. Mr. Henderson's Comet, five years old, 6st. 121h. (Dnfflo)

00 dr. Mr. Williams's Silver Spur, three years old, ést. 6ib. (A. Day)"

0 dr. Mr. Killard's Norna Creina, aged, 7st. 101b. (Crouch)

0 dr. First heat won by a neck, the second and third by a length. Moon rode Miss Bodkin the two first heats, H. Darling the third.

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EPSOM SPRING MEETING.
FRIDAY, April the 25th.-The Epsom Trial Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 50 added by Sir Gil-
bert Heathcote, bart; for three years old 7st., and four Ost.; one mile (8 subscribers),
Mr. S. Scott's b. c. by Wintonian, out of Flight, three years old (Wheeler)

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Sir G. Heathcote's b. c. Gwalior, three years old (Chapple).
Mr. Lintott's ch. c. Y. England,' by Revolutiou, out of sigress's dam, three

years old (T. Day)
Mr. Mack's b. c. by Camel, out of Chance, three years old (Crouch)
Mr. Balchin's b. c. Moustache, four years old (C. Balchin)
Mr. Thompson's br. c. The Correct Card, three years old (A. Day)
Mr. Dockeray's b. 1. Strife, by Contest,' out of Memphis, three years old (car-

ried llib. over weight)
5 to 2 against the winner, 3 to 1 against

Gwalior, and 4 to 1 each against the chances and The Correct Card. Won by a length.

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A Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added; three years old 6st. 3lb., four 8st. 71b., five Ost. 21b., six and aged Ost, 8lb.; mares and geldings allowed 31b; the winner to be sold for 250 sovs. if demanded, &c.; one-mile heats. Sir G. Heathcote's ch, c. by Glaucus, out of Shrine, four years old (Chapple)

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Mr. Wesley's br. 1. Jesse Hammond, three years old (carried 3lb. over weight)

(Sabin)
Mr. T. Smith's b. f. Seafowl, four years old (Crouch)

0 0 3 Mr. Balchin's b. c. by Slane, out of Gaiety, three years old (C. Balchin) 3 3 dr. Mr. Wilson's b. c. Freystrop, four years old (Wakefield)

0 2 dr. Mr. Lintott's ch. c. Y. England, three years old (carried 2ib. over weight) (T. Day)..

2 dr. First heat won by a length, the second by hali a length, and the third by a neck. Sweepstakes of 3 sovs. each, with 20 added; three years old 6st. 131b., four 9st. llb., five Ost. Olb., six and aged Ost. 131b.; mares and geldings allowed 3lb. ; horses entered to be sold for 200 sovs.; allowed 31b., for 150 sovs. Olb., for 100 sovs. 141b., and for 80 sovs. 211b. ; one-mile heats (16 subscribers). Mr. Wiltshire's ch. c. Sir Diggory Diddle (late discretion) by Economist, four

years old (80 sovs.), (G. Paine)
Mr. Mathews's b. 8. Tub-thumper, aged (80 sovs.) (C. Balchin)

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Mr. Catfall's Midas, four years old (80 sovs.) (T. Day)
Mr. S. Ling's bl. h. Bother'em, five years old (80 sovs.) (owner)
Mr. Hardy's ch. m. Fairplay, aged (80 sovs.) (Hardy)
Mr. Thompson's b. f. Anna Peranna, by Alfred, out of sister to Æolus, four

years old (80 sovs.)
Mr. York's b. f. Bletsoe Lass, four years old (išo sovs.) (Buckle)

90 dr.
Mr. A. Heathcote's br. c. Castledine, by Mulatto, out of Bertha, three years
old (100 sovs.) (Hooton)

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Capt. Delmė's b. g. Red Skin, four years old (150 sovs.) (Flatman) 00 dr.
Mr. Sadler's br. c. by Venison, out of Minima, three years old (80 sovs.) (A.
Day)

00 dr. Mr. Preston's b. g. Bosphorus, aged (80 sovs.) (Druett)

0 dr. Mr. Robinson's b. g. Tincton, aged (80 sovs.) (Hackett)

0 0 dr. Mr. Rogers's b. c. St. Domingo, three years old, (80 sovs.) (Dockeray) 0 0 dr. Mr. Cousins's br. h. Rory O'More, aged (80 sovs.), broke down (Wakefield) O dr.

First and second heats won by half a length, the third by a neck.

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NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING. MONDAY, April the 28th.-Fifty pouuds; for four years old 7st. 101b., five 8st. Olb., six and aged Ist. ; last three miles of B. C. Ld. Sandwich's b. c. Plantagenet, by Liverpool, four years old (Flatman)

1 Mr. W. Edwards's br. c. Trudge-it, four years old (E. Edwards)

5 to 4 on Trudge-it, Won hy a head. The Jerry Stakes of 100 sovs. each ; h. ft. ; three years old colts 8st. 71h., fillies 8st. 4lb.; D. M.(3 subscribers).

Ld. W. Powlett's br. c. Energy, by Jerry (Flatman)
Mr. Booth's b. f. New Year's Day (Crouch)

2 to 1 on Ènergy. 'Won by a length. Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, h. ft. if declared, &c.; for three years old and upwards; T. Y. C.(7 subscribers, 3 declared). Ld. Chesterfield's b. h. The Poor Soldier, by Glaucus, five years old, 7st. 131b. (Flatman)

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Mr. J. Drake's b. m. Anonyme, five years old, 7st. 61b. (Chapple)
Ld. Exeter's br. f. by Velocipede, out of Amaryllis, three years old, 6st. 21b.

(J. Sbarpe)
Col. Peel's b. f. by siane, out of Sea-kale, three years old, 6st. iib. (John Abdale) 4
11 to 8 against Anonyme, and 2 to 1 against The Poor Soldier.

Won by three lengths.
Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. each, for three years old ; T. Y. C.
D. of Rutland's b. c. Paultons, by Royal Oak, out of Minx's dam, 8st. 71b.

(W. Boyce)
Ld. Exeter's ch. C. Lyons, by Velocipede, out of Velveteen, 8st. Äib. (s. Männ)
Mr. E. Batson's bl. c. Scarmentado, 8st. 7ib. (Bartholomew)
Mr. Osbaldeston's b. c. Secutor, by 'Gladiator, out of The Mystery, 8st. 71b. (P.

Butler)
D. of Bedford's b. c. by Economist, out of Billow, 8st. 41b. (E. Edwards)

5 Ld. Glasgow's br. f. by Bay Middleton, out of Impertinence, 8st. llb. (J. Homes) 6 6 to 4 on Secutor, 7 to 2 against Scarmentado, and 4 to 1 against Lyons.

Won by a length. Scarmentado a bad third.

Post Produce Match, 300 sovs. each, h. ft.; D. M. Lord Albemarle's b. f. Tisiphone, by Liverpool (Whitehouse), beat Lord Exeter's ch. f. Deodara (W. Boyce), 8st. 41b. each.

6 to 4 on Tisiphone. Won hy two lengths. D. of Bedford's br. c. Captain Phebus, by Jerry (E. Edwards), beat Mr. Greville's br. c. Sir Francis (Flatman), 8st. 71b. each; D. M., 200, h. ft.

2 to 1 on Captain Phebue. Won by a length. Sweepstakes of 50 sors. each, for three years old colts 8st. 71b., and fillies 8st. 31b., out of mares that never bred a winner; those by stallions which never got a winner allowed 81b.; A. F. (8 subscribers).

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Lord Verulam's ch. c. Maynih, by Sir Hercules, out of Christina, st. 71b.(W.
Cotton)

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Lord Exeter's ch. c. Tunick, 710. (W. Boyce)
Lord Orford's b. c. by The Grand Duke, out of Miss Julia, 8st. žib. (Chappie)

7 to 4 agst. Maynooth, and 7 to 4 agst. Tunick.

Won by two lengths. The Grand Duke c. was beaten off early. D. of Bedford's b. f. Espoir, by Liverpool, four years old, Ost. (E. Edwards), beat Lord Glasgow's b. f. sister to Pathfinder, three years old, 7st. (Pettit); A. F. D. of Bedford staked 325 to 800, 150 ft.

7 to 2 on Espoir. Won by a length. Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each ; for three years old 7st., four 8st. 91b., five Ost. 21b., sis and aged 9st. 4lb.; D.M. (8 subscribers).

Lord Stradbroke's b. h. Evenus, by Alpheus, five years old, and D. of Bedford's b. h. Oakley, by Taurus, aged, divided the ft.

D. of Bedford's b. c. Panther, by Liverpool, 8st. 101b., received ft. from Lord Glasgow's b. f. by Retainer, out of Purity, 8st. 71b. ; D.I., 200, h. ft.

Lord Maidstone's b. c. Cockamaroo, by Emilius, received ft. from Lord Glasgow's b. c. by Ve. locipede, out of Amulet, 8st. 71b. each; A.F., 100, h. ft.

TUESDAY.-The Coffee Room Stakes of 50 sovs. each, for three years old colts 8st. 71b., and fillies 8st. 41b., the produce of mares that never produced a winner before the time of naming ; A.F. Lord Exeter's ch. c. Lyons, by Velocipede (8. Mann)

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D. of Bedford's br. c. Prologue (E. Edwards)
D. of Richmond's br. f. Refraction (Flatman)

7 to 4 on Refraction, and 7 to 4 agst. Prologue.
Won by a head; Refraction was beat about a length for the second place.
Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Comrade, by Bentley, three years old, 8st. 7lb. (F. Butler), beat Lord
Exeter's b. c. Doctor Hill, four years old, 8st. 41b. (8. Mann); first half of Ab. M., 100, h. ft.

6 to 4 on Doctor Hill. Won by a head. Comrade swerved to the left a few strides from the chair. The 2,000gs. Stakes, a subscription of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three years old colts 8st. 71b., and fillies 8st. 4lb.; R.M. (18 subscribers).

Lord Stradbroke's b. c. Idas, by Liverpool (Flatman)
Mr. Wreford's br. c. Worthless (J. Day, jun.)
Mr. Wreford's b. c. Winchelsea (J. Howlett)
Lord Exeter's br. c. Wood Pigeon (W. Boyce)
D, of Rutland's b. c. Paltons (G. Edwards)

6 to 5 on Idas, 7 to 2 agst. Winchelsea, and 12 to 1 agst. Wood Pigeon. Winchelsea made the running, followed by Wood Pigeon and Idas to the bushes, where the latter took the lead and kept it, winning by two lengths. Winchelsea a bad third. Paultons was beaten off early.

Mr. Ramsbottom's br. h. Pine-apple, by Yaxley, 8st. llb. (Bell), beat D. of Bedford's ch. h. Minotaur, &st. 101b. (Robinson); D.M., 100, h. ft.

6 to 1 on Minotaur. Won by a head. The Queen's Plate of 100gs. for mares; four years old 8st. 91b., five 8st. 81b., six and aged, 10st. ; R.C. Mr. Ostaldeston's ch. f. Sorella, by The Saddler, four years old (F. Butler)

1 Sir J. Hawley's b. m. Vibration, six years old (Bell)..

2 Mr. Newton's b. m. Ma Mie, six years old (T. Stephenson). Mr. J. Drake's b. m. Anonyme, five years old (G. Edwards), and Lord W. Powlett's br. f. Eclogue, four years old (Bartholomew), also started, but were heaten a long distance, pulled up, and did not pass the chair.

6 to 2 on Sorella. Won by fifteen lengths. Sweepstakes of 300 sovs. each, 100 ft., for four years old colts 8st. 71b., and fillies 8st, 21b.; B.C. (3 subscribers).

D. of Bedford's b. c. Panther (E. Edwards) walked over. D. of Bedford's b. h. Oakley, by Taurus, Ist., received ft. from Mr. T. Wesley's ch. h. The Counsellor, &st.; T.Y.C, 200, h. ft.

WEDNESDAY.-Fifty Pounds ; for four years old 7st. 81b., five 8st. 11lb., six and aged Ost. 31b.;
B. C.
Lord Sandwich's b.c. Plantagenet, four years old (Whitehouse)

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Lord G. Bentinck's ch. 11. John o'Gaunt, aged (Flatman)

2 to 1 on John o'Gaunt. Won by half a length.

Sweepstakes of 100 sovs, each, h. ft., for four years old; A.F.
Lord Stradbroke's b. f. Boarding-school Miss, by Plenipotentiary, 6st. 12lb. (W.
Abdale)

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D. of Richmond's b. c. Red Deer, est. 716. (Fiatman)

2 D. of Rutland's br. c. Welbeck, 7st. 71b. (Whitehouse)

3 5 to 4 on Boarding-school Miss, 5 to 2 agst. Red Deer, and 3 to 1 agst. Welbeck.

Won by three lengths. Welbeck was beaten about a length from the second place.
The Burghley Produce Stakes, a sweepstakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three years old ; D.M.
(5 subscribers).

Capt. Spencer's ch. f. The Wryneck, by Slane, out of Gitana, 8st. (Whitehouse).. 1
D. of Bedford's b. c. Leopard, 8st. 71b. (E. Edwards)..

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Lord Exeter's f. Pilgrimage, by Velocipede, out of Mecca, 8st. (S. Mann)

3 6 to 4 on the Wryneck, and 2 to 1 agst. Pilgrimage.

Won by half a length.

Sweepstakes of 50 sovs. each, h. ft.; T.Y.C.
Lord Chesterfield's ch, li. Knight of the Whistle, by Velocipede, aged, 8st, 7lb.-

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Sir J. Hawley's b. h. Bishop of Romford's Cob,icdve years old, 8st. 21b.

(F. Butler)
Col. Peel's ch. h. Garry Owen, aged, 8st. 81b. (Chwie)

Mr. Shelley's b.c. Prince of Wales, four years old, 78t. (W. Abdale) 2 to 1 agst. Rishop of Romford's Cob, 8 to 1 agst. Garry Owen, 3 to l agst. Knight of the Whistle,

and 3 to 1 agst. Prince of Wales. Won by a head. Garry Owen beaten by about half a length for the second place. THURSDAY.-Lord Exeter's br. m. Wee Pet, by Sheet Anchor, five ears old, 8st. 61b. (8. Mann), beat Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Comrade, three years old, 7st. 41b. (Flatman); D.M. ; 200, h. ft. 6 to 5 on Comrade, who broke a blood vessel when he came to the new ground.

Won by twenty lengths.
The One Thousand Guineas' Stakes of 100 sovs. each, 1. ft., for three years old fillies; 8st. 71b.

each; D.M.(21 subscribers).
Duke of Richmond's b. f. Pic-nic, by Glaucus, out of Estelle (W. Abdale)

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Lord G. Bentinck's b. f. Pug (Flatman)
Mr. Bowes's b. f. Heather Bell (F. Butler)

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Lord Albemarle's b. f. Tisiphone (Whitehouse)
Mr. Edwards's b. f. Prudence (E. Edwards)
Lord Exeter's ch. f. Topaz, by Velocipede, out of Marinella (s. Mann)
Lord Exeter's ch. f. Timbria (W. Boyce)

Mr. Newton's f. sister to Ma Mie (Stephenson) 2 to 1 agst. Pug, 5 to 2 agst. Pic-nic, 4 to 1 agst. Prudence, 7 to 1 agst. Heather Bell, and 8 to I

agst. Lord Exeter's two. Won by a length; Heather Bell was beaten by about half a length for the second place; Prudence

was fourth, close up; Tisiphone next; the others beaten oft'. Mr. Wesley's ch. h. Counsellor, by Mundig, st. (Sly), beat Mr.Jenkins's b. h. Lycurgus, 6st. (W.

Abdale); R.M., 50.

5 to 1 on Counsellor. Won by five lengths. Handicap Sweepstakes of 25 sovs. cach, and only 5 ft. is declared, &c.; for three year olds and

upwards ; T.Y.C.
Lord Chesterfield's b, h. The Poor Soldier, five years old, 7st. 71b. (Flatman) 1
Duke of Richmond's b. f. Pic-nic, three years old, Ost. 51b. (W. Abdale)
Lord G. Bentinck's b. h. Discord, aged, Ost. Olb. (W. Howlett)
Lord G. Bentinck's b. h. Hartshorn, five years old, 7st. 8lb. (Whitehousa)

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Duke of Rutland's br. f. by Beiram, out of Manto, four years old, 7st. 3lb. (R.
Cotton)

Even on Pic-nic, and 5 to 2 agst. The Poor Soldier:
Won by a neck; the race was between the two the whole way, the others were beaten off early.
The Queen's Plate of 100 gs.; for four years old Øst. 81b., five 10st. 71b., six and aged 10st.

121b.; R.C.
Lord G. Bentinck's ch. h. John o'Gaunt, by Taurus, aged, (Flatman)
Mr. Ramsbottom's br. h. Pine-apple, five years old (Robinson)

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Lord Sandwich's b. c. Plantagenet, four years old (W. Boyce)
6 to 4 agst. John o'Gaunt, 7 to 4 agst. Pine-apple, and 7 to 4 agst. Plantagenet.

Won by two lengths.
Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. f. Sorella, 8st. 91b., received forfeit from the Duke of Bedford's ch. h. Mino-

taur, 9st.; A.F.; 200, h. ft. FRIDAY.-Col. Peel's ch. h. Garry Owen, by St. Patrick, 8st. 71b. (Flatman), beat the Duke of Bedford's ch. h. Minotaur (E. Edwards), 7st. 121b.; T.Y.C.; 160, 25 ft.

5 to 4 on Minotaur,

Won by a head. The Newmarket Stakes, a subscription of 50 sovs. each, h. ft.; for three years old colts 8st. 7lb.,

and fillies 8st. 21b.; D.M.; (23 subscribers).

Lord Stradbroke's b. c. Idas (Flatman) walked over.
Mr. Gully's h. c. Winchester, by Wintonian, withdrew his stake, and received 50 sovs.
Sir J. Hawley's The Bishop of Romford's Cob, by Jereed, five years old, received forseit from
Lord Glasgow's b. c. by Velocipede, out of Amulet, four years old, 8.t. 71b. each; D.I.; 200, h. ft.
Duke of Bedford's b. f. Espoir, 8st. 101b., received forfeit from Mr. Osbaldeston's b. c. Secutor,

7st. 3lb.; T.Y.C. 200, 25 ft.
The Cup was not challenged for in this meeting.

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CURRAGH APRIL MEETING. TUESDAY, April the 22nd.-The Scurry Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added ; Anglesey post (11 subscribers). Mr. Maher's b. c. Secundus, brother to Johony, by Elvas, four years old, 8st. 61b. (Murphy)

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Lord Waterford's b. h. The Robber, five years old, 8st. 21b. (Magee)
Mr. W. Davis's ch. f. Miss Nutting, four years old, &st. (English)
Mr. Ferguson's b. h. Humming-Bird, aged, Ost. blb.
Mr. Wellington's ch. h. Recompence, six years old, 8st. 51b.
Mr. Digby's b. c. Despatch, four years old, 8st. 4lb...
Mr. Mangan's br. h. Glaucus, five years old, 8st.
Mr. Knox's b. c. Will-o'-the-Wisp, three years old, 7st. 610.
Mr. Watts's br. c. Tangiers, by Carlow, dam by Byron, three years old, 7st.

Won in a canter.
Her Majesty's Plate of 100gs.; three years old 6t. 71b., four 8s. Olb., five Ost. 3lb., six and
aged 9st. 816.; m. and g. allowed 3lb.; two miles.
Mr. Colgan's br. c. Mickey Free, by Birdcatcher, four years old (Murphy)

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Mr. Watts's b. h. King Dan, five years old (Doyle)
Mr. Knox's gr. 1. Colleen-dhas, three years old (Behan)
Nr. Knaresbro's ch, 1. by Bran, out of Maria, three years old

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