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SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each : two-year-olds, 6st. 121b. ; three, &st. 3lb. ; four

and upwards, 8st. 8lb.-T. Y.C.-Nine subs.-The winner to be sold for 150 sovs. if demanded, &c. Mr. Cooper's b. c. Will Scarlet, by Robin Hood, 2 yrs (Knat)

1 Sir S. Graham's b. f. Little Fanny, by Morisco, 3 yrs........

2 The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Ridsdale's ch. c. by Comus out of Cock Robin's dam, 2 yrs (fell Jame); Mr. Flintham's Anti-Catholic, by Wothorpe, 5 yrs (fell Jame); Lord Burlington's br. c. by Bizarre out of Young Barossa, 2 yrs (bolted at starting); Mr. Wagstafl"'s Joan d'Arc, by Bustard, 3 yrs ; Mr. Forbes's Roulette, 2 yrs; and Duke of Portland's ch. f. Amphitrite, 2 yrs.-The winner was claimed.—Two to 1 agst Little Fanny, 5 to 2 agst Amphitríte, 4 10 1 agst Anti-Catholic, and 6 to 1 agst Will Scarlet.

CHESTER MEETING. MONDAY, May 7:—The Grosvenor Stakes of 15 sovs. cach, with 50 added

by the Stand Committee:-three-year-olds, Ost. 4lb. ; four, &st. 4lb. ; five, Ast. 121b.; six and aged, 9st. 3lb.--Mares and Geldings allowed 2lb.-Grosvenor Course. About a mile and quarter. Five subs. Mr. Beardsworth's br. b. Birmingham, by Filho da Puta, 5 yrs (Darling)

1 Mr. Miles's br. h. The Cardinal, by Waxy Pope, 5 yrs........ Sir R. Bulkeley's b. f. Miss Maria, by Count Porro, 4 yrs...

Two to'l on Birmingham. PRODUCE SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft. for three-yeat-olds.-Two miles.

Eleven subs. Mr. Houldsworth’s ch. c. Trident, by Whisker out of Torelli, 8st. 41b. (Darling)... I Lord Westminster's br. f. Maid of Honour; by Champion out of Etiquette, 7 st. 111b..........

2 Sir T. Stanley's ch. c. by Catton out of General Mina's dam, 8st. 4lb...

3 Mr. R. Turner's b. c. by Figaro out of Clinton's dam, &st. 11b..........

Six to 4 on Trident: The TRADESMEN'S Cup of 100gs. added to a Sweepstakes of 15 sois. each, 10 ft.

and only five if declared, &c.—To start at the Castle Pole, run twice round and in..

Five subs. paid the larger and eight the smaller forfeit. Mr. Beardsworth's b. c. Colwick, by Filho da Puta, 4 yrs, &st. 3lb. (Darling)......... ! Mr. Mostýn's b. f. Her Highness, by Moses, 4 yrs, 7st. Illb. Nr. Chapman's b. h. Perseverance, by Frolic, 6 yrs, 8st. 71b.....

3 The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. R. Turner's b. g. Navarino, by Blacklock, 6 yrs, 8st. 4lb. ; Sir R. W. Bulkeley's b. c. Pickpocket, by St. Patrick, 4 yrs, &st. 41b. ;. Mr. Yates's b. f. Hope (late La Fille Mal Gardee), by Lottery, 4 yrs, st. 31b. ; Sir T. Stanley's b. g. Pedestrian, by Tramp, 5 yrs, Est. ; Mr. Beardsworth's b. c. Warwick, by Filho, 4 yrs, 7st. 131b• ; Mr. Robinson's b. c. Manchester (late Bluebeard), by Whisker, 4 yrs, 7st. 1llb. ; Lord Derby's ch. & Filcher, by Tramp, 4 yrs, 7st. 91b.; Mr. Giffard's ch. c. Captain Bob, by Bobadil, 4 yrs, 7st. 5lb.; and Mr. G. Ogden's b. f. Sarah, by Tramp, 4 yrs, 7st.-Nine to 4 agst Colwick, and 3 to 1 agst Hope. PLATE of 501. the Gift of the Stand Committee, for horses that never won :

:- threeyear-olds, 6st. 121b.; four, 8st. 21b.; five, 8st. 10lb. ; six and aged, 9st.-Mares and Geldings allowed 21b. The second horse received 10lb.--Two-mile heats. Mr. Turner's ch. c. Scrivener, by Banker, 3 yrs (Lye)

1 1 Mr. Smith's br. c. Parthenos, by Conductor out of Bertha, 3 yrs ............... 1

3 Mr. L. Charlton's b. g. Abelard, by Master Henry, 3 yrs Sir T. Stanley's ch. f. Mima, by General Mina, 4 yrs

2 2 dr. Mr. Farmer's b. c. by Bonassus, 3 yrs...

3 dr. Mr. Ormsby Gore's gr. f. Peg, by Rowlston, 4 yrs .................................

dr. Mr. Giffard's b. f. by Muley, 3 yrs

dr. TUESDAY, May 8.-HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 30 sovs. each, 10 ft. for three and four-year-olds...Once round and a distance. Mr. Wheeldon's br. c. Georgivani, by Filho, 4 yrs, 7st. 5lb. (J. Frost).............. 1 Mr. Beardsworth's b. f. by Catton out of Worthless, 3 yrs, 6st. 21b......

2 Mr. Cookes's b. f. Sally Mags, by Catton out of Orphan, 4 yrs, 7st....................

3 Lord Westminster's b. f. Laura, by Champion, 3 yrs, 6st. 216.

Even betting on the winner. SWEEPSTAKES of 20 sov. each, for three-year-old fillies, 8st. 416.-Once round and a

distance. Five subs.

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Mr. Mostyn's ch. f. by Teniers out of Peruviana (Lyc).
Mr. Yates's ch. f. Sensitive, by Cain out of sigh
Sir R. Bulkeley's b. f. Jemima, by Count Porro out of Mrs. Suggs.....
Lord Westminster's b. f. Stratagem, by Master Henry out of Finesse

Five to on Sensitive.
Ilis MAJESTY'S PLATE of 100gs. :-four-year-olds, 8st. 21b. ; five, 8st. 101b.; six

and aged, 9st.-Winners of one Plate, Match, or Sweepstakes carrying 5lb., of two

71b., and of three or more 71b. extra.- Thrice round. Lord Derby's gr. c. Speculator, by Lottery, 4 yrs, 8st. 21b. (Lear)

1 Mr. Robinson's b. c. Manchester, by Whisker, 4 yrs, &st. 121b...... Mr. Horldsworth's br. c. Philip, by Filho out of Treasure, 4 yrs, Pst. 21b.

3 The following also started but were not placed : Mr. Wilkins's b. g. Ballochmyle, by Peter Lely, 4 yrs, 8st. 121b. ; Mr. Johnson's ch. h. Coronation (late Independent), by Jack Spigot, 5 yrs, &st. 101b. ; Mr. Hughes's b. c. by Master Henry out of Fatima, 4 yrs, 8st. 21b.: and Mr. Wheeldon's br. c. Georgiovani, by Filho da Puta, 4 yrs, 8st. 71b.-Two to 1 agst Speculation, and 3 to 1 agst Manchester. The City MEMBERS' PLATE of 60gs. for three-year-old colts, 6st. 81b., fillics,

6st. 61b. ; and four-year-old colts, Ust. 416., tillies, 8st. llb.-Two-mile heats. Sir T. Stanley's br. c. Caractacus, by Conductor, 4 yrs (Templeman) ............ 11 Mr. Nanney's b. f. Wedlock, by Figaro, 4 yrs...

3 2 Mr. Ogden's b. f. Sarah, by Tramp out of Polly Oliver, 4 yrs.

2 dr. WEDNESDAY, May 9.-The DEE STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft. for three. year-olds:-colts, 8st. 71b.; fillies, 8st. 21b.-Once round and a distance. The owner of the second received 100 sovs. out of the Stakes.- Thirteen subs. Sir R. Bulkeley's b. c. Birdcatcher, Brother to Pickpocket by St. Patrick (Johnson) 1 Mr. Bower's b. f. Lady Stafford, by Comus Mr. Houldsworth's ch. c. Trident, by Whisker......

3 The following also started but were not placed :-Lord Derby's br. f. Wagtail, by Whisker out of U-ganda's dam;, Mr. Giffard's br. c. Hokec Pokee, by Muley out of Long waist's dam; and Mr. Beardsworth's br. c. Wolverhampton.-Two to l agst Wolverhampton, 3 to 1 agst Wagtail, and 4 to 1 agst Biracatcher. The Stand Cup, value 100 sovs., the Gift of the Stand Committee, added to a Sweep

stakes of 10 sovs. each :--three-year-olds, 6st. 101b.; four, &st. 21b. ; tive, &st. 101b.; six and aged, 9st.-Mares and Geldings allowed 2lb.-Twice round and a distance.

Thirteen subs.
Mr. Beardsworth's br. h. Birmingham, by Filho da Puta, 5 yrs (Darling)

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Sir R. W. Bulkeley's b. c. Pickpocket, by St. Patrick, 4 yrs.
Mr. Bower's br. c. Sir John, by Tramp, 4 yrs
Mr. Yates's b. f. Ilope, by Lottery, 4 yrs

Two to 1 on Birmingham. The CORPORATION PLATE of 60gs. :--three-year-olds, 6st. 5lb. ; four, &st. ; five,

8st. 121b.; six and aged, 9st. 21b.–Mares and Geldings allowed 21b.—Heats, twice

round. Mr. Giffard's ch. g. Traveller, by Tramp, 4 yrs (Lear)

11 Mr. Nanney's bl. m. Georgiana, by Welbeck, 5 yrs . Mr. Griffiths's br. m. Christiana, by Filho da Puta, 5 yrs.... Mr. Wilkins's b. g. Ballochmyle, by Peter Lely, 4 yrs

2 dr. Mr. Turner's b.g. Navarina, by Blacklock, 6 yrs

3 dr. THURSDAY, May 10.-SWEEPSTAKES of 25 sovs. each, for two-year-olds :colts, 8st. 3lb. ; fillies, 8st.–Three quarters of a mile. Lord Westminster's br. f. Decoy, by Filho da Puta (Calloway).

1 Mr. L. Charlton's b. c. by Manfred or Master Henry, dam by Merlin out of Prue... 2

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Beardsworth's b. c. by Monarch out of Vestal ; Mr. T. Critchley's b. f. by Champion out of Aglaia ; Mr. T. Johnson's br. c. Smedley, by Filho da Puta out of Proserpine; Mr. Yates's br. f. Eclat, by Edmund out of Squib; and Mr. E. Peel's ch. f. Fear, by Phantom or Dunsinane out of Orion's dam.-Two to 1 agst Decoy, 3 to 1 agst Eclat, and 4 to 1 agst Mr. Charlton's cult. PLATE of 701. the Gift of the Marquis of Westminster :-three-year-olds, 6st. 4lb.;

four, Ost. ; five, &st. 121b.; six and aged, Ist. 21b-llares and geldings allowed 21b.

Heats, twice round.
Lord Derby's gr. c. Speculator, by Lottery, 4 yrs (Lear)

1 1 Sir T. Stanley's br. c. Caractacus, by Conductor, 4 yrs...|||110......................

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Mr. Turner's ch. c. Scrivener, by Banker, 3 yrs.....

3 2 Mr. Nanney's bl. m. Gieorgiana, by Welbeck, 5 yrs

4 dr. Mr. L. Charlton's b. c. The Tutor, by St. Patrick, 4 yrs.

2 dr. Sir G. Pigot's ch. h. Cupid, by Tramp, 5 yrs....

3 dr. Mr. Johnson's ch. h. Coronation, by Jack Spigot, 5 yrs..

dr. Six to 4 agst Caractacus, and 2 tó lagst Speculator; after the first heat, 6 to 4 on Ca.

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The St. LEGER STAKES was off by consent. FRIDAY, May 11.-The PALATINE STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft.- 'To start at the Castle Pole and go once round, finishing at the Coming-in chair...The owner of the second horse to receive 100 sovs. out of the Stakes.- Thirteen subs. Mr. Beardsworth's br. c. Ludlow, by Filbo, 8st. 41b. (Darling) Mr. Nanney's bl. f. Kitty Fisher, by Bravo, 7st. 131b..... Sir R. Bulkeley's br. f. Jemima, by Count Porro, 7st. 131b. Lord Westminster's br. f. Maid of Honour, by Champion, 8st. 21b..

Two to I on Ludlow, and 3 to 1 agst Kitty Fisher. The CHESHIRE STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 15 st., and only five if declared, &c.-Two miles.---The second horse to save his stake.-Eight subs., two of whom paid the

larger and three the smaller forteit.
Mr. F. R. Price's b. h. Fag, by Master Henry, 6 yrs, 8st. llb. (Arthur)
Mr. Beardsworth's b. c. Warwick, by Filho da Puta, 4 yrs, 7st. 12lb.
Sir R. Bulkeley's b. f. Miss Maria, by Count Porro, 4 yrs, Ost. llb...

3 Five to 3 agst Warwick, 2 to 1 agst Fag, and 5 to 2 agst Miss Maria. The RooDEE STAKES (Ilandicap) of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 50 added by the Stand

Committee, for three-year-olds that have run during the week.To start at the Two-year-old Post, once round and in. Mr. E. L. Charlton's b. g. Abelard, by Master Henry, 7st. Elb. (Lye)

1 Mr. Beardsworth's br. c. Wolverhampton by Abjer, 8st. 71b. Lord Westminster's b. f. Stratagem, by Master Henry, 7st. lllb.

3 Lord Derby's br. f. Wagtail, by Whisker, 8st...... Two to l agst Wolverhampton, 5 to 2 agst Wagtail, 3 to 1 agst Abelard, and 4 to 1

agst Siratagem. The LADIES PURSE of 50 sovs. for the beaten horses :-three-year-olds, 6st. 101b: ;

four, 8st. ; five, 8st. 9lb. ; six and aged, 8st. 121b.-Mares and Geldings allowed 21b. -A winner of one 50 to cairy 21b., of two 5lb., and of three or more 8lb. extra.The second horse to receive 10 sovs. --Heats, twice round . to start at the Coming-in

chair. Mr. Ogden's b. f. Sarah, by Tramp, 4 yrs (Lye)

11 Mr. Nanney's b. f. Wedlock, by Figaro, 4 yrs..

4 2 Mr. Beardsworth's b. f. by Catton, dam by Walton, 3 yrs

2 dr. Lord Derby's br. f. Wagtail, by Whisker, 3 yrs.....

3 dr. Five to 2 agst Sarah, 5 to 2 agst the Catton filly, and 3 to 1 agst Wedlock.

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LIVERPOOL SPRING MEETING. WEDNESDAY, May 16... The DERBY STAKES of 20 sovs, each, h. ft., with 30

added, for three-year-olds :-colts, 8st. 61b. fillies and geldings, 8st. 31b. One mile and a distance. Four subs. Mr. Beardsworth's br. c. Chester, by Fillio (Darling) Mr. Yates's ch. f. Sensitive, by Cain out of Sigh.............

1 Three to l on Chester, The TRADESMEN's Cur, value 100 sovs. with 100 sovs. in specic, added to a Handi

cap Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft. and only five if declared, &c.---The second horse received 50 sovs. out of the Stakes.---Twice round and a distance.-Twenty subs., 10 of whom paid the larger and one the smaller forfeit. Mr. Beardsworth's br. h. Birmingham, by Filho, 5 yrs, yst. 21b. (Darling) Mr. Mostyn's b. f. Her Highness, by Moses, 4 yrs, 7st. llb. Mr. Chapman's b. b. Perseverance, by Frolic, 6 yrs, &si. 71b.

3 The following also started but were not placed :mMr. Nowell's b. b. by Walton, aged, Ost. 101b.; Sir R. W. Bulkeley's b. c. Pick pocket, by St. Patrick, 4 yrs, 8st. 41b.; Sir T. Stanley's b. g. Laurie Todd, by W'hisker, 5 yrs, Ust. 3lb. ; Mr. A. Bower's bi ç. Sir John, by Tramp, 4 yrs, 8st. 21b. ; Mr. Ferguson's br. c. Tetotum, by Lottery,

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4 yrs, 7st. 101b. ; and Mr. Peacock's b. g. Brown Stout, 4 yrs, 7st. 61b.-Six to 4 on Birmingham, 3 to 1 agst Her Highness, and 6 to 1 agst Tetotum. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for horses not thorough-bred :-three-year-olds,

7st. 101b. ; four, 9st.; five, 9st. 121b.; six, 10st. 71b. ; and aged, 10st. 101b.-A winner of a Stake or Plate value 50 sovs. or upwards before the day of naming, to carry

5lb., and two 71b. extra.--Twice round. --- Five subs. Lord Lichfield's br. c. Dissolution, by Emilius, 3 yrs (Darling)

1 Mr. Griffiths's br. g. Tommy Tickle, by Muley, aged

2 Mr. Hobson's gr. g. The Admiral, by Cannon Ball, 6 yrs

3 Two to 1 on Tommy Tickle. PATE of 100 sovs. value, for horses of all ages, that never won the value of 50 sovs.

before the day of entry: three-year-olds, 7st. ; four, 8st. 21b. ; five, 8st. 71b. ; six and aged, &st. 10lb.-Mares and Geldings allowed 3lb.--The second horse to receive

20 sovs, out of the Plate.-Heats, twice round. Mr. Hope's br. c. Whittingham, by Figaro out of Grecian Queen, 3 yrs (Lye). 1 1 Mr. Williams's ch. g. Cube, by Waxy Pope, 4 yrs.....

2 2 Mr. Critchley's b. f. by Lottery out of Harpham Lass, 3 yrs

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Mr. Painter's ch. g. Coronation, by Champion, 3 yrs.......
Mr. J. Duckworth's b. f. I'm-sure-1-shan't, by Champignon, 4 yrs
Sir T. Stanley's b. c. by Master Henry out of the Rubens mare (bought of Sir

W.W. Wynn), 3 yrs
Mr. Skipsey's br. c. Albion, by Octavius, 4 yrs.........
Mr. Shepherd's br. f. Reform, 4 yrs

3 dr. Two to 1 agst Coronation, and 5 to 2 agst Whittingham. THURSDAY, May 17.-SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for the produce of Mares covered in 1828.--One mile and a half._Five subs. Mr. Legh's b. f. Mabooba, by Saladin out of Primrose ...........................

.walked over. The All-Aged States of 15 sovs. each, five ft. with 30 added :-three-year-olds, 7st. ; four, 8st. 3lb. ; five, st. 10lb. ; six and aged, 9st.Mares and Geldings allowed 31b). -A winner in 1832 to carry 3lb. extra.o-Once round and a distance.-

Seven subs.
Mr. Miles's br. h. The Cardinal, by Waxy Pope, 5 yrs (Calloway)

1 Mr. Beardsworth's br. c. Chester, by Filho, 3 yrs Mr. Nanney's br. c. Belmont, by Figaro, 4 yrs

Even betting on Chester. The MAGHULI STAKES of 20 sovs. each, h. ft. with 20 added, for two-year-olds :

colts, 8st. 6lb.; fillies, 8st. 31b.--Three quarters of a mile.-Five subs. Mr. 1.. Charlton's b. c. Abei, by Manfred or Master Henry, dam by Merlin out of Prue (Darling)....

1 Lord Lichfield's gr. f. by Sligo out of Sister to Mayflower by Cannon Ball..

Five to l on Camel. The LIVERPOOL SPRING ST. LEGER STAKES of 23 sovs. each, with 100 sovs.

added, for three-year-olds :--Colts, Ost. 6lb. ; fillies, Est. 3lb.--The owner of the second horse to receive back his Stake.—One mile and three quarters.---Eleven

subs. Mr. Beardsworth's br. c. Ludlow, by Filho (Darling)

1 Mr. Mostyn's b. f. by Teniers out of Peruviana....

2 Mr. Skipsey's b. c. The Physician, by Brutandorf..

3 The following also started but were not placed :-Sir G. Pigot's b. c. The Grand Falconer, by Nerlin out of Active; "Mr. Nanney's bl. f. Kitty Fisher, by Bravo; Mr. J. Morris's b. c. Gambol, by Bobadil out of Calendulæ ; and Mr. Armistead's ch. f. Miniature, by Teniers out of Springe.- Five to 4 agst Ludlow, 3 to l agst The Physician, and 4 to 1 agst Mr. Mostyn's lilly. The EVERTON PLATE of 100 sovs. The second horse entitled to 20 sovs. out of

the Plate.-- Three-year-olds, 6st. 101b. ; four, &st. 21b. ; five, &st. 8lb. ; six and aged, 9st.-Mares and Geldings allowed 3lb.--A winner of 50 sovs. or upwards in the prea sent year before the day of entry to carry 31b., and of two 5ib. cxtra.--Heats, twice

round. Mr. Shepherd's ch. h. Revolution, by Oiseau, 5 yrs (Shepherd)

1 1 Mr. Painter's b. g. Russell (late Wellington), by Corinthian, 6 yrs.... 2 2 Mr. Seed's b. g.'Tremaine, by Tramp, 4 yrs Mr. Ferguson's br. c. Tetotum, by Lottery, 4 yrs .

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Mr. Beardsworth's b. c. Warwick, by Filho, 4 yrs
Mr. Healey's b. h. Flambeau, by Grey Malton, 6 yrs

Even betting on Revolution, and 2 to 1 agst Russell. FRIDAY, May 18.- The KIRKDALE STAKES of 20 sovs. each, h. ft., with 30 added :-three-year-olds, 6st. alb.; and four, 8st. 5lb.-A winner in 1832 before the day of running to carry 3lb. extra. Fillies allowed 3lb.-Once round and a distance.Three subs. Mr. Nanney's bl. f. Kitty Fisher, by Bravo, 3 yrs (M. Jones).

1 Mr. Hope's br. c. Whittingham, by Figaro out of Grecian Queen, 3 yrs

Two to 1 on Whittingham. The STANĐ CUP, value 100 sovs. added to a Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each :—for

three-year-olds, 6st. 10lb. ; four, 8st. 21b. ; five, 8st. 10lb. ; six and aged, 9st.Mares and Geldings allowed 31b.--The owner of the second horse received 40

SOV8. out of the Stakes.-Twice round and a distance. Ten subs. Mr. Beardsworth's b. c. Colwick, by Filho, 4 yrs (Darling).

1 Mr. Mostyn's b. f. Her Highness, by Moses, 4 yrs

2 Mr. Bower's br. c. Sir John, by Tramp, 4 yrs

Five to 1 on Colwick; 2 to 1 on placing the horses. HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 30 sovs. each, 10 ft., with 20 added, for five-year

olds and upwards.-Twice round.--Fivs subs. Mr. Shepherd's ch. h. Revolution, by Oiseau, 5 yrs, 8st. 6lb. (Shepherd).

1 Mr. Miles's The Cardinal, by Waxy Pope, 5 yrs, 8st. 8lb....

2 Mr. Palin's Pluralist, by Ambo, 6 yrs, 7st. 13lb...

3 Lord Derby's Rose-leat, by Whisker, 5 yrs, 7st. 101b..

Five to 4 on The Cardinal, and 2 to 1 agst Revolution. The GREAT LIVERPOOL STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 10 ft. for horses not thorough

bred :-three-year-olds, 9st. 71b.; four, 10st. 71b. ; five, Ilst. 4lb.; six, llst. 121b.; and aged, 12st.-A winner of 501. or upwards before the day of running to carry 5lb.,

twice or more 71b. extra.-Twice round. Three subs. Mr. Jones's br. g. Tommy Tickle, by Muley, aged (Lear)

1 Mr. Hobson's gr. g. The Admiral, by Cannon Ball, 6 yrs

2 The ORMSKIRK PLATE of 100 sovs. :-three-year-olds, 6st. 10lb.; four, 8st. 21b. ;

five, &st. 8lb. ; six and aged, 9st.–Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.-A winner of a 501. in the present year before the day of entry to carry 3lb., of two 5lb. extra.

Heats, twice round. Sir R. W. Bulkeley's b. c. Pickpocket, by St. Patrick, 4 yrs (Nicholson)... 1 1 Sir T. Stanley's b. g. Lawrie Todd, by Whisker, 5 yrs...

2 Mr. Nowell's' b. h. by Walton, aged.......,

2 3 Mr. G. Ogden's b. f. Sarah, by Tramp, 4

yrs Mr. R. Turner's b. g. Clinton, by Blacklock, aged

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DURHAM MEETING. THURSDAY, May 10.-The MACARONI STAKES of five sovs. each, for horses

not thorough-bred, and that have been regularly hunted, 12st. each.-- Gentlemen riders.--Ten subs. Mr. Bell's Roseberry, by Mac-Orville, aged

1 Mr. Shafto's b. m. None-so-pretty, by Woldsman, aged..........

2 Mr. Sutton named br. m. by Mac-Orville, 5 yrs..

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Fawcett's gr. m. The Queen, by Viscount; Mr. Cunningham's br. h. Swamp, by President ; and Mr. Williamson named ch. h. Panic, by President. The DURAAM STAKES of five sovs. each, with 10 added by the Town, for horses,

&c. that never won 100gs. at any one time in Plate or Stakes before the day of running :-three-year-olds, Gst. 101b.; four, 8st. 3lb. ; five, est. lllb. ; six and aged,

9st.-Mares and Geldings allowed 3lb.-Two-mile heats.--Eight subs. Capt. Copland's b. g. Storm, by Blacklock or Grenadier, 6 yrs..........

1 1 Mr. Walker's b. g. Cock Robin, by Constable, 5 yrs

1 2 Mr. Graham's ch. g. Orangeman, by Dr. Syntax, 4 yrs

2 3 Mr. J. Smith's b. c. by Jack Spigot, dam by Orville, 3 yrs

3 dr. Mr. Attwood's b. f. Violetta, by his ches. Arabian out of Loretta, 3 yrs...... dr. Mr. E. H. Bowser's Barrister, by Minos, 6 yrs........

dr. FRIDAY, May 11.-The GOLD CUP, value 100 sovs. by a subscription of 10

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