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Lord G. Bentinck's ch. f. Miss Elis, by Stockport, Ost, 121b. (W. Abdale), beat Duke of Bed. ford's Oakley, Ist. 41b. (Robinson); A.P. ; 800, h. ft.

6 to 5 on Oakley.
Won by a head. Miss Elis hung upon the horse in the latter part of the race.
Sweepstakes of 300 sovs. each, h. ft., 8st. 7ib.; T.Y.C. (4 subscribers).
Lord Glasgow's br. f. by Retriever, out of Emilia (J. Holmes)

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Mr. Herbert's b. f. by Elis, out of Tesane (Sly)

6 to 4 on the loser. Won easily by two lengths. Duke of Bedford's Captain Phebus, 8st. 71b., received ft. from Lord Glasgow's b. c. by Bay Middleton, out of Miss Whip, 8st.; D.M.; 200, h. ft.

TUESDAY.-Fifty Pounds, for two years old carrying a feather, three 7st. Blb., four 8st. 916., five Ost. 31b., six and aged 9st. 71b.; last three miles of B.C. ; the wioner, with his engagements, to be sold for 300 gs. if demanded, &c.

Lord G. Bentinck's Clumsy, by Bay Middletou, three years old (W. Abdale) 1
Lord Albemarle's The Litile Vulgar Boy, two years old (J. Sharpe)

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Mr. Herbert's b. c. by Venison, out of Pet, two years old (Marson, jun.)
Mr. R. J. Shaflo's Metal, three years old (T, Brown, jun.)
Mr. Death's Misdeal, six years old (Wakefield)
Mr. A. Well's Tipoë, four years old (Robinson)
Mr. W. Sadler's Pretender, two years old (W. Parr)
Mr. J. Osborne's ch. c. by The Hydra, out of the sister to Drayton (foaled in

1833), two years old (Rodney)
Lord Chesterfield's Flash of Lightning, two years old (w. Treen, jun.)
Duk of Rutland's Alexa, two years old ..

dr. 5 to 2 agst. Metal, 3 to i agst. the Hydra colt, 6 to 1 agst. Clumsy, 6 to 1 agst. Nisdeal, and 8 to

I agst. Flash of Lightning. The start was delayed some time in consequence of the Hydra colt throwing his jockey and

getting loose ; he bolted in the race. Won cleverly by a length. Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each, for two years old colts 8st. 71b., and fillies &st. 4lb.; D.M.; the winner to be sold for 200 sovs. if demanded, &c. Lord W. Powlett's b. c. by Montreal, dam by Doctor Syntax, out of Problem

(Bartholomew)
Mr. Shelley's ch. f. Tit-bit (F. Butler)
Mr. Mostyn's Sharpshooter (Marlow)
Mr. Coape's Pawnbroker bolted soon after starting (Marson)

5 to 4 agst, the winner, and 7 to 4 agst. Tit-bit.

Won by a head; a length between the second and third.
Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each, for three years old 7st. 101b., four 8st. 41b, Ave and upwards &st.
81b.; last hail of Ab. M.; the winner to be sold for 80 sovs. if demanded, &c.
Col. Peel's ch. g. Caen, by Cain, five years old (Flatman)

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Mr. Parry's b. f. Sally Brown, three years old (Marlow)
Mr. G. C. Gill's b. g. Richard Cricket, three years old (F. Bell)
Lord Sandwich's Prairie, three years old (Whitehouse)
Mr. Dawson's Kiss-me-Quick, three years old (T. Lye)

5 6 to 4 on Caen, who won easily by two lengths, and was clained. Flalman and Marlow were fined 5 sovs. each, and F. Bell and Whitehouse 1 sov, each, for at. tempting to start without orders.

Duke of Bedford's bl. f. Black Cat, by the Saddler (Whitehouse), beat Sir W. W. Wynn's Anna Bullen (Mann), 7st. 5lb. each; Y.C.; 60, h. ft.

6 to 5 on Black Cat, who won cleverly by a length. Lord G. Bentinck's Terrier, by Bay Middleton, 8st. 71b. (Flatman), beat Lord Glasgow's br. f. by Velocipede, out of Miss Whip, 7st. 316. (Mann), both two years old; first half of Ab.M.; 100, h. ft.

4 to 1 on Terrier, who won by three lengths. Lord Glasgow's ro. f. Physalis, by Bay Middleton, 8st. 71b. (J. Holmes), beat Sir W.W. Wynn's Stoker, 7st. 111b. (8. Mann); T.Y.C.; 100, h. ft.

4 to 1 on Physalis, who won by a neck.
A Handicap Tlate of 100 sovs., for three years old and upwards; D.I.
Lord Siradbroke's b. f. Boarding-school Miss, by Plenipotentiary, four yearsold,

7st. 21b. (Chapple)..
Mr. Whitelock's Fair Rosamond, four years old, 6st. 915. (A. Day)
Mr. Skerratt's Intrepid, four years old, &st. (Marlow)
Lord G. Bentinck's Naworth, aged, 7st. 11b. (W. Abdale)
Col. Peel's I-am-not-aware, aged, 7st. 91b. (Flatmap)
Lord Sandwich's Plantagenet, four years old, 7st. 91b. (Whitehouse)
Mr. J. Thompson's Lord Saltoun, four years old, 7st. 616. (T. Lye)..
Mr. Forth’s Bourra Tomacha, five years old, 7st. 21b. (Pigott)
Mr. W. H. Johnstone's Milden, three years old, Ost. 21b. (W. Marson)
Sir R. W. Bulkeley's Queen Pomare, three years old, 5st. 121b. (Jefferson)
Mr. Wigram's Kesheng, three years old, 5st. 12/b. (J. Prince)
Mr. J. King's Seven's the Main, four years old, 5st. 91b. (Garnell)
Mr. Newton's Sister to Ma Mie, three years old, 5st. 61b. (J. Sharpe)

Mr. Carr's Deodara, three years old, 4st. 131b. (Kitchener) 3 to 1 agst. Boarding-school Miss, 5 to 1 agst. I-am-not-aware, 5 to 1 agst. Fair Rosamond, 8 to

1 agst. Kesheng, and 10 to 1 agst. Naworth. Won cleverly by a length ; Naworth was a good third, with Queen Pomare close up. The Criterion Stakes of 30 sovs. each, 20 ft., for two years old colts 8st. 71b., and Allies &st. blb.; from the turn of the Lands in; a winner of the July, Clearwell, or Prendergast stakes to carry 71b., of any iwo of those stakes Olb. extra ; all other winners previously to the day of running to carry 21b, extra ; the owner of the second horse to receive back his stake (16 subscribers).

Lord E. Russell's br. c. Sting, by Slane (71b. extra) (H. Bell)

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Lord Lonsdale's b. c. Joy (216). extra) (Bartholomew)

2 Lord G. Ben'inck's lyr. f Ennui (21b. extra) (Flatman)

0 Mr. Bouverie's b. f. Science (21b. extra) (Whitehouse)

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Mr. Ignac Day's The Crown Prince, by Coronation, out of Gamefowl, by Wamba

(Robinson)
Lord Orford's br. c. Fooistoo!, by The Saddler, out of Trudze (F. Butler)
Mr. Hook's Buttress (J. Howlett)
Mr. Marson's b. c. by Dulcimer, dam Milliner (foaled in 1628), by Nimrod, out

of sister to Godolphin (foaled in 1823) (Marson )
Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. f. by Stockport, out of The Mountain Sylph's dam (21b.

extra (Simpson)
Mr. W. Scott's br. c. Malt (215, extra) (W. Scott)

7 to 4 on Sting, and 7 to 2 agst. Joy
Won «asily by two lengths ; Malt a good third; Footstool fourth.
The owner of Footstool was ined one sov. for noi declaring his colour.

Mr. Greville's Motilla, by Elis, received ft. from Duke of Bedford's Black Cat, 8st. 4lb. each ; last half of Ab. M.; 5', h. st.

Sir W. W. Wynn's ch. f. Anna Bullen, by Taurus, received ft. from Mr. Shelley's Blanchie, &st.
41b. each ; T.Y.C.; 100, h. ft.
WEDNESDAY.-A Handicap Plate of 50 sovs, for three years old and upwards; A.F.

Sir J. Hawley's A-la-mode, for years old, 78t. 716. (M iden)
Mr. Wigrain's Keshong, three ye irs old, 6.0. 9ib. (carried 6st. 1ib.(lettit) 2
Mr. G Ongl-y's Queen of the Gipsies, Ave years old, 8st. 1+1b. (Cruch)
Mr. W. S. Standish's Litrie Hampton, f ur years old, -81. (Prancis)
Col. Perl's I-am-not-aware, ag d. 7st. Tub, Flatman)
Mr. Sutcliffe's Alice (valf-bred), four years old, ist. 31b. ("" hitehouse)
Mr. J King's Sisterio John o'Gaunt, four years o!1, 7-6 31b. S. Brown)
Count Bayi hyany's Pergularia, fivur years old, ist. (Chapple)
Lord G. Bentink's Lon,itude, tliree years old, föl. 61b. (andale)
Mr. Clifton's Little John, pour peirs old, fist. 711). (H. Johnson)

I ord Exeter's Jet, three years old, 5st. 71b. (J. Sharpe) 5 to 2 agst. Little Hampton, 6 to 1 agst. A-la-moda, 13 t. 2 Agst. I-am-not-aware 7 to laget. Kesheng, 810 l ag t. Little John, and 8 to l ag t. Jet. Won cleverly by half in length; Queen of the Gipsies be i for the second place by a length; Little Hampton fourth, well up.

Mr. Payne's Colling wood, by Sheet Anchor, 8st. 71b (Fl tman) beat Lord G. Bentinck's Astern, 7st. l' lb. (W. Abdale) both two years old, T Y.C., 100 h. It.

11 to 10 on Collin. wood. Won by a length. Subscription Plate of 50 sors : for two years old, 6st, 71b.; and three, 8st. 101b., T.Y.C.; the winner to be sold for 350 sovs. If demanded, &c.

Mr. Shelley's br. f. Blackbird, by Plenipotentiary, out of Volage, two years old,
(J. Prince)

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Lord G. Bentinck's b. g 'Terrier, two years old (W. Abdale)
Lord Albemarle's Nell Cook, two years old (J. Sharpe)
Mr. Coape's Energy, three years old (Marson)
Mr. Clifion's Miss Love, two years old (Burker)
Count Bathyany's Master Stepney three years ld (Chapple)
Mr. Beresford's Miranda, two years old (stales)

0 10 to 6 agst. Miranda, 5 to 2 agst. Terrier, 4 tu | agst. Blackbird, and 8 to 1 agsi. Miss Love. Won cleverly by a leng h; Nell Cook a bad third ; the pace goud. The winner was cluimet.

Sweepstakes of 10) sovs. fach: for three years old, 781. 216 ; four, &st. 276. ; five and upwards, 8st. 71b., T.Y.C.; the winner to be old for 150 sovs. if demanded, &c. (9 subscribers). Mr. Phillimore's b. f. Skeleton, by The Mummy, four years old (Sly)

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Lord Milltown's Colleen Bawn, three years ol! (Murphy)
Mr. Howe's Khorassan, five years old (Chapple!
Mr. E. Dyson's Devil to Pay, four years old (Flatman)
Sir C. Monck's My Old Hack, aged (1. Lye)
Lord Exeter's Doctor Hill, four years old (Mann)..
Mr. Ford's The Attorney, three years old (W. Andale)

Mr. Langride's Jessie Hammond, three years old (Crouch) 6 to 4 agst. Khorassan, 5 to 2 agst. Skeleton, and 6 to 1 agst. Devil to Pay. Won cleverly by a length; Khorassan avd Devil to Pay third and fourth, well up.

Lord Stradbroke's b. c. Idas, by Liverpool, 8st. Elb. (Flatman) beat Mr. Irwin's Ould Ireland, &st. (H. Bell), Cambridgeshire Course, 300, h. ft.

5 to 2 on Idas, who won cleverly by three parts of a length. Duke of Bedford's Prologue, by Camel, 7st. 8lb., received forfeit from Mr. Carr's The Altered One, 8st. 5lb., T.Y.C., 150, h. ft.

THURSDAY.-Sweepstakes of 10 scvs. each: for two years old colts, 8st. 71b. ; and Allies, 8st. 41b.; last half of Ab M.; the winner to be sold for 40 sovs, if demanded, &c.

Lord G. Bentinck's b. f. Astern, by Sheet Anchor (W. Abdale)
Lord Chesterfield's b.c. Subscription, (Flatman)
Mr. Bouverie's Science (Whitehouse)
Sir W. W. Wynn's Anna Bullen (Mann)
Mr. John King's b. 1. Needle by Camel, dam by Exile, out of Purity, by Filho
da Puta (F. Price)

6 8 to 1 agst. Science, 6 to 2 ägst, Astern, and 3 to i agst, gubscription." Won easily by half a length. The wigger pas claimed,

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Handicap Sweepstakes of 16 sovs. each, 10 ft. for two years old; D. M. (8 subscribers, 2 paid). Mr. Godwin's b. f. Dexterous (ball-bred), by Defence, 8st. 10lb. (Mann)

1 Mr. Shelley's Chandelier, 7st. 131b. (Whitehouse)

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Lord G. Bentinck's Terrier, 8st. 10lb. (W. Abdale)

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Mr. S. Herbert's c. by Venison, out of Pet, dst. 316. (Sly)

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Sir J. Hawley's Miranda, &st. llb. (P. Butler)

5 Lord Chesterfield's Flash of Lightning, 7st. 816. (Flatman)

6 6 to 4 Agst. Chandelier, 7 to 1 agst. Miranda, 4 to 1 agst. Flash of Lightning, and 5 to 1 agst. Terrier. Won cleverly by a length. The same distance between the second and third.

An application was made to the Stewards to have the winner's mouth examined, which was done, and the veterinary surgeons certified that she was of the right age.

Sweepstakes of 10 sovg. each; for three years old, 7st. 41b.; four, &st. 41b.; five and upwards, 8st. I llb.; A.P., m. and g. allowed 31b.; the winner to be sold for 250 sovs. if demanded, &c. (8 subscribers), Sir J. Hawley's A-la-mode, four years old (F. Butler)

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Mr. Mostyn's Beaumont, four years old (Marlow)
Lord w. Powlett's Espoir, four years old (Bartholomew)
Duke of Rutland's Welbeck, four years old (W. Boyce)
Lord G. Bentinck's Croton Oil, four years old (Flatman)
Mr. R. J. Shafto's Metal, three years old (T. Brown, jan.)

Gen. Grosvenor's Scarlet Runner, three years old (Whitehouse) 5 to 4 agst. Espoir, 4 to 1 agst. A-la-mode, and 4 to 1 agst. Metal. Won cleverly by a length. About the same distance between the second and third.

Mr. Pratt's Secundus, by Elvas, 6st. 71b. (W. Abdale), beat Colonel Peel's Garry Owen, 8st. 71b. (Flatman), T.Y.C., 100, h. ft.

2 to 1 on Garry Owen. Won cleverly by a length. Mr. G. H. Moore's b. c. Wolf-dog, by Freney, 7st. 71b. (Flatman) beat Duke of Bedford's Oak. ley, Ost. 71b. (Robinson); A.F., 200, h. ft.

9 to 4 on Oakley, Won easily by two lengths. Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each ; for two years old, 7st.; and three, 8st. 121b.; f. allowed 21b., T.Y.C.; the winner to be sold for 80 sovs. if demanded, &c.

Mr. Shelley's b. f. Chandelier, by Bay Middleton, two years old (Kitchener) 1
Mr. Drinkald's Ohio, two years old (A. Day)
Lord G. Bentinck's b. I. Killie Krankie, two years old (W. Abdale)
Mr. Booth's c. by Bentley, out of Emma, three years old (Crouch) ..
Mr. Parry's Sally Brwwn, three years old (Marlow)
Mr. Phillimore's Lady Anna, three years old (Sly).
Mr. Greenwell's Foremast, three years old (Bartholomew)
Mr. S. Herbert's b. f. by Elis, out of Tesane, two years old (Maiden)
Mr. Greville's Deer-chase, two years old (Pettit)
Lord Lonsdale's b. c. by Montreal, dam by Wrangler, grandam by Tiresias,

out of Turban's dam, two years old (Chapple) ..

Mr. Mostyu's Sharpshooter, two years old (Whitehouse) 0 to 4 agst. Killie Krankie, 4 to 1 against Deer-chase, and 4 to 1 agst. Chandelier. Won by a length; Lady Anna was close to Killie Krankie. The winnor was claimed.

The Glasgow Stakes of 100 sovs. each, h. ft. for two years old colts, &st. 71b.; last three-quarters of R.M. (24 subscribers).

Lord G. Bentinck's b. c. Binnacle by Sheet Anchor (first heat, W. Abdale ;
second heat, Flatman)

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Lord Albemarle's b. c. Radulphus, by The Saddler, out of Ralph's dam
(Whitehouse)

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Lord Exeter's b. c. Lebanon, by Colwick, out of Mecca (bolted)—Mann) :: 0
Lord Chesterfield's br. c. Arkwright (Flatman)
Mr. Greville's ch. c. Motilla (I'ettit)
Mr. A. Johnstone's ch. c. Grimston, by Verulam, out of The Cure's dam
(H. Neale)

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Sir J. Hawley's br. c. Prospect ( F. Butler)

0 6 to 4 agst. Arkwright, 5 to 2 agst. Radulphus, 3 to 1 agst. Binnacle, and 7 to 1 agst. Prospect. A dead heat with all three; the others, with the exception of Motilla, well up. After the dead heat, 7 to 4 agst. Radulphus, 7 to 4 agst. Binnacle, and 5 to 2 agst. Lebanon. Won by a head. Lebanon bolted.

Sir J. Hawley's Bishop of Romford's Cob, five years old, Ost. (F. Butler), beat Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. f. by stockport, out of Mountain Sylph's dam, two years old, 6st. (Kitchener); first half of Ab, M., 200, h. ft.

7 to 2 on Bishop of Romford's Cob, who won in a canter by three lengths. Subscription Handicap Plate of 50 sovs. for three years old and upwards; D.I.

Mr. W. S. Standish's ch. c. Little Hampton, by Hampton, four years old,

7st. 41b. (Francis)
Lord G. Bentinck's Naworth, aged, 6st. 91b. (W. Abdale)
Mr. Salvin's Alice Hawthorn, aged, 8st. 121b. (Bumby)

Sir S. Spry's Subduer, five years old, 6st. 121b. (Pettit) 3 to 4 agst. Naworth, 6 to 2 agst. Alice Hawthorn, and 8 to 1 agst. Little Hampton. The three ran a dead heat ; Subduer beaten off. After the dead heat, 5 to 4 agst. Naworth, 6 to 4 agst: Alice Hawthorn, and 2 to 1 agst. Little Hampton, lengths.

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FRIDAY,-Mr. Vernon's Hartshorn, by Tornsea, 8st. 715. (Flalman), beat Lord Gla gow's f. by Bay Middleton, out of Impertinence, 7st. 61b. (Mann), T.Y.C., 60, h. ft.

7 to 4 on Hartshorn, who won cleverly by a length. Sweepstakes of 10 sors, each ; for two years old colts, 8st. 71b.; and fillies, 8st. 51b.; first half of Ab. M.; the winner to be sold for 50 sovs. if demanded, &c. (9 subscribers). Lord G. Bentinck’s b. f. Killie Krankie, by Sheet Anchor (W. Abdale)

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Mr. Greville's Deer-chase (Flatman)
Mr. Mostyn's Sharpshooter (Marlow)
Mr. R. Clifton's Miss Love (Daly)
Mr. J. Brown's Astern (J. Marston)
Lord Orford's b. f. by The Saddler, out of Luxury (Wakefield)

Mr. Stephenson's b. f. by Montreal, out of Balance (Sly) 5 to 2 agst. Killie Krankie, 4 to 1 agst. Astern, 4 to 1 agst. Deer-chase, 5 to 1 agst. Miss Love, 5 to 1 agst. Sharpshooter, and 5 to 1 agst. the Luxury f. Won cleverly by a length; Deer-chase defeated Sharpshooter for the second place by half a length; Astern fourth, the Balance f, next. The winner was claimed.

Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each; for three years old, 7st. 91b.; four, &st. 3lb.; five and upwards, 8st. 81b. ; first half of Ab. M.; the winner to be sold for 400 sovs. if demanded, &c.

Mr. G. Ongley's bl. m. Queen of the Gipsics, by Camel, five years old

(Crouch)
Duke of Bedford's

Captain Phebus, three years old (Whitehouse)
Colonel Peel's g. Caen, five years old (Chapple)
Mr. Worley's Example, four years old (F. Bell)
Mr. Mostyn's Dean Swift, three years old (Marlow)
Lord Chesterfield's Stitch, three years old (Flatman)

Mr. Gratwicke's Titmouse, three years old (Mitson) 8 to 1 agst. Captain Phebus, 7'to 2 agst. Queen of the Gipsies, and 4 to i agst. Example. Won' by a head; Caen a good third.

Mr. Spred's Everton, by Liverpool, five years old, 8st. 101b. (Marlow) beat Mr. W. H. Johnstone's Milden, three years old, 7st. (Kennedy) D.N., 50.

3 to 1 on Everton, who won easily by a length. Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, 5ft, if declared, &c., to go to the second horse, for three years old and upwards; T.Y.C. (9 subscribers; 2 paid 5 sovs. each). Mr. Pratt's Secundus, four years old, 7st. 10lb. (Crouch)

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Lord Milltown's Duc an Durras, three years old, 7st. 8lb. (Murphy)
Mr. Meeson's Fair Charlotte, four years old, 8st. 91b. (Whitehouse)
Mr. A. R. Onslow's Ruff, three years old, 781. 131b. (Bartholomew)
Lord G. Bentinck's Clumsy, three years old, 7st. 61b. (Flatman)
Sir C. Monck's Flattery, three years old, 7st. 61b. (Wintringham)
Sir R. W. Bulkeley's Queen Pomare, three years old, 7st. 41b. (W. Abdale)
Mr. S. Scott's f. by Touchstone, out of Languish, three years old, 7st. 21b.
(R. Pettit)

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pd. 7 to 4 agst. Secundus, 7 to 2 agst, Clumsy, 4 to 1 agst. Flattery, and 10 to 1 agst. Pair Charlotte. Won in a canter by two lengths. A length between the second and third ; Ruff fourth. The Nursery Stakes of 25 sovs. each, for two years old; D.M. Mr. Godwin's b. f. Dexterous (half-bred), 7st. 121b. (Chapple) ..

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Lord G, Bentinck's b. c. Green Pea, 8st. (W. Abdale)
Mr. Greville's Polka, 8st. 61b. (Mann)
Lord Chesterfield's The Free Lance, &st. 316. (F. Butler)
Sir J. Hawley's b. c. Fugitive, est. llb. (Sly)
Mr. Matthew's Chamois, 8st. (Whitehouse)
Duke of Richmond's b.c. Tugnet, 8st. (H. Bell)
Lord Chesterfield's Curiosity, 7st. 101b. (Simpson)
Mr. Pedley's Benevolence, 7st. 91b. (Oates)
Mr. Payne's Collingwood's, 7st. 91b. (Flatman)
Mr. J. Peck's br. c. Tell, 7st. Olb. (Marlow)
Mr. Waller's b. I. Regalia, 7st. 916. (Wakefield)
Lord Verulam's bl. c. Morocco, by Sir Herculus, dam by Ishmael, 7st. 81b.

(R. Cotton)
Lord Exeter's b. c. Lebanon, 7st. 61b. (Pettit) ..
Mr. W. Saddler's Cerberus, 7st. 21b. (A Day)
Mr. E. Walker's Gusman, 7st. 21b. (T. Brown, jun.)
Mr. Osbaldeston's br. f. sister to Fickle Wild Rose, 7st. (Planner)
Lord Glasgow's f. by Retriever, out of Emilia, 6st. 121b. (J. Prince)

0 5 to 1 agst. Dexterous, 6 to 1 agst. Tugnet, 6 to 1 agst. Collingwood, 7 to 1 agst. Green Pea, 9 to 1 agst. Cerberus, 11 to 1 agst. Chamois, 12 to 1 agst. Morocco, 12 to 1 agst. Gusman, 14 to 1 agst. Tell, 17 to 1 agst. Lebanon, and 25 to 1 agst. Free Lance. A dead heat between Green Pea and Dexterous ; Emilia filly being beat by a head only ; Tugnet was next, with Morocco and Cerberus well up; nothing else near. After the dead heat 5 to 4 on Green Pea. Won by a length.

Lord Exeter's br. f. Cocoa Nut, by Beiram, four years old, 7st. lllb. (Mann), beat Mr. Carr's Event, three years old, 8st. 71b. (Flatman); A.F., 200, h. st.

6 to 4 on Cocoa Nut, who won cleverly by half a length, Lord Exeter's Wee Pet, by Sheet Anchor, 7st. 101b. (Mann), beat Lord Glasgow's Physalis, 8st. J. Holmes); T.Y.C., 100, hi ft.

18 to 8 on Wee Pet, who won by a neck.

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Duke of Bedford's Leopard, by Liverpool, &st. 101b. (Robinson), heat Lord Exeter's br. I. by Velocipede, out of Amaryliis, 8st. (Mann) ; A.F. 50, h. ft.

6 10 4 on Leopard, who won by four lengths. The Audley End Stakes of 30 sovs, each, for horses of all ages, (two years old excepted); A.E.C., (8 subscribers ; 2 paid 10 sovs. each). Lord Water ord's Wolf-dog, three years old, 6st. 101h. (W. Abdale)

1 Mr. Meiklam's Trueboy, five years old, 7st. 121b. (Marlow)

2 Lord Warwick's Yardley, five years old, 7st. 10lb. (Whitehouse)

Mr. Whitelock's Fair Rosamond, four years old, 5st. 121b. (A. Day) 5 to 4 agst. Wolf-dog, 2 to 1 agst. Yardley, 5 to 2 agst. Fair Rosamond, and 6 to 1 agst. Trueboy. Won cleverly by two lengths; the others beaten off.

Mr. Payne's Collingwood received forfeit from Lord Glasgow's c. by Retriever, dam by St. Patrick, 8st. 71b. each; first half of Ab. M., 150, h. ft.

Duke of Bedford's Prologue, 8st. 71b., received forseit from Mr. Meiklam's Grimston, 6st. 71b. ; A.P., 100, h. ft.

Duke of Bedford's Black Cat, 8st. 71b., received forfeit from Lord Glasgow's f. by Velocipede, out of Miss Whip, 7st. 7lb.; T.Y.C., 50.

Mr. James King's c. by Dulcimer, dam, Milliner (foaled in 1828) by Nimrot, out of sister to Godolphin (foaled in 1823), 8st. 21b., receiver forfeit from Mr. Gregory's Le Chourineur, 8st. 71b.; T.Y.C., 101, h. ft.

SATURDAY.-Sir W.W. Wynn's Stoker, by The Steamer, 7st, 101b.(Mann), beat Mr. Langridge's br. f. Jessie Hammond, ist. (Crouch); T.Y.C., 50, h. ft.

2 to 1 on Stoker, who won easily by half a length. Lord Exeter's Cocoa-nut, 8st. (Mann), beat Colonel Peal's Caen, 8st. 21b. (Flatman); first half of Ab. M., 50, h. 17.

2 to 1 on Caen. Won by a length. Mr. W. S. Stanley's Paultons, 8st. 8lb. (Robinson), beat Lord Milltown's Duc an Durras, 8st. 21b. (Flatman); T.Y.C., 100, h. ft.

7 to 4 on Paultons, who won easily by a length. Lord Glasgow's Physalis, &st. 5lb. (J. Holmes), beat Mr. Greville's Sir Francis, &st. (Flatınan); T.Y.C., 100, h. ft.

3 to 1 on Sir Francis. Won easily by a length. Lord Exeter's b. c. Lebanon, by Colwick, 8st. 71b. (Mann), beat Lord Glasgow's br. f. by Retriever, out of Emilia (J. Holmes) 8st. 2/b.; T.Y.C., 10') in. It.

5 to 4 on Emilia f. Won by a length. The Hougnton Handicap of 15 sovs. each, and only five if declared by ten o'clock the evening before running to go to the second horse, for three years old and upwards ; T.Y.C. (17 subscribers ; 7 declared). Lord Sirad uroke's Boarding School Miss, four years old, 8st. (Chapple)

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Mr. Meeson's Fair Charlotte, four years old, 8st, 21b. (Whitehouse)
Lord Exeter's Celia, six years old, 7st. Tolb. (Mann)
Mr. Ca:r's secundus, four years old, 8st. (Crouch)
Lord C. Bentinck s Naworth, aged, ist. 121b. (Flatman)
Mr. I. Day's Minus, three yea s old, Csi, 91b. (Pigott)
Mr. Moore's Vaudeville, three years old, 6st. 9ib. (Carter)
Sir W. W. Wynn's Stoker, three years old, 6st. 810. (carried 6st. 1016.)-(Pettit)
Lord G. Bentinck's Clumsy, three years old, 6st. 8lb. (J. Sharpe)

0 Mr. Steers's Caroline, three years old, ust. 21b. (A. Day) 7 to 4 ugst. Celia, 5 10 2 ngst. Secundus, and 4 to 1 agst. Fair Charlotte. Won by a length ; dead heat with Celia and Fair Charlotte for the second place; nothing else near.

Serpstakes of 10 sovs. each; for two years old, 6st. 716.; three, Est. 71b.; four, Ost.; five and
upwards, Ist. 41b.; T.Y.C.; the winner to be sold for 200 sovs. il demanded, &c.
Lord G. Bentinck's b. c. Terrier, two years old (J. Sharpe)

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Mr. Drinkald's b. f. Ohio, two years old (A. Day)
Mr. Mostyn's Dean Swilt, three years old (Marlow)
Mr. Hook's Buitress, two years old (Pigoti)
Mr. Pedley's Benevolence, iwo years old (carried ib. under weight;-(Jei-

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Mr. Shelley's Tit-bit, two years old (J. Prince) 2 to 1 agst. Terrier, 3 to 1 agst, Tit-bit, 7 to 2 agst. Dean Swift, and 4 to 1 agst. Buttress. Won by a length. The winner was claimed.

Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each ; for two years old, 6sk71b.; three, Est. 5lb.; four, Sst. 10lb. ; five and upwarus, &st. 121b.; the winner to be sold for 25 sovs. if demanded, &c.; first half of Ab. M.

Lord G. Bentinck's b. f. Malvoisie, by Bay Middleton, two years old (J. Sharpe) 1
Mr. Marsou's Pawnbroner, two years old (W Marson)
Lord Chestertield's Subscription, two years old (J. Prince)
Lord Exetei's Doctor Bill, four years old Mann)
Mr. R Clifton's Little John, four years old (Daley)
Duke of Bedford's Eleazar, three years old (broke down)-(H. Bellja
Lord Sandwich's Prairie, three years old (W. Borce)

Mr. Cooper's Little Finch, three years old (Roderigo)

to 4 agst, Malvoisie, and 3 to ! agst. Subscription. Won clererly by two lengths; a length let.een the second and third ; Doctor Hill was lourth, nothing else pear. The winner was cluiuert

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