Of the Transactions of the TURF, the Chase, and every
other Diversion interetting to the Man of Pleasure,
Enterprize, and Spirit.
For PRI L, 1794.
Easter Hunt on Epping Forest
3 Account of the New Operatical Farce
A Law Cale
called Netley Abbey
Of the Origin and Antiquity of Forefts
Extract from Zimmerman's Essay on Hints in Hoisemen
ib Faro and Rouge et Noir
ib. Death of the celebrated Pugilift, known
Singular Equestrian, Pedestrian, &c. by the Appellation of Big Ben
6 Affijavit respecting Staring Tom
Sufferings of Lieut. Geo. Spearing, in On the Game of Biliards
a Coal Pit, 1769
7. New Logic
Natural History of the Cuckon
Pedigree and Perforıances of Drone
General Rules to be obseived in An. Hunting Anecdotes of the late King of
Historical Essay on the Chase
The Feast of Wit; or Sportsman's Hall 51
Defence of the Game Laws
Anecdote of Frederick II. late King of
A Sporting General's Dispatches
Deaths of celebrated Stallions
Anecdote of the late Hon. Thomas
Sporting Contrasts and Human Vicissi. Fitznaurice
tudes of the present Day
18 Flanagan's Plan of Defence for the
Instructions negatively conveyed forthe
City of London
Disposition of the Budy in drawing A Sporting Anecdote
Account of the Games and Diversions Betting Room
of the Spaniards
Digest of the Laws concerning Game 24
Sporting without a Licence
ib. POETRY.-On the Game Laws of
Manner of taking and killing the Pacos 25 France. The Nun's Song.
Remedy for the Mange
26 French Love Song --Gondolier's
Trial in the Court of King's Bench ib.
Song -Song in Netley Abbey.--
Extraordinary scent and death of a Fox 27 Poor Peg--The Sleeping Mariners.
28 - On the Deach of Big Ben ---Epi.
Recent Lottery Anecdotę
ib, taph on the fame.---- Prologue to Fona
Account of Newmarket
tainville Forelt.--Epilogue to the
Pedigree and Pei formances of Caven-
ib. RACING CALENDAR, Catterick
Mr. Ogden's celebrated Trotting Mare 31 Hunt.--Richmond ---New-Malton.
Mrs. Broadhead's Masqued Gala ib.
Account of the New Play called Fun-
---Boroughbridge. -Lift of winning
Houses in Great Britain in 1793
Ornamented with a Portraiture of Mr. Ogben's Trotting Mare,
and a Representation of the Allstance given by His MAJESTY and the
Prince of Wales to GENERAL GOLDSWORTHY, in the City Road,
March 15, 1794, from a Drawing taken on the Spot, both beautifully
engraved by Cook,
PRINTED FOR THE PROPRIETORS,
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