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Ascot .................
Bath Spring
Bath
Bedford
Beverley
Bibury
Bishop's Castle
Bridgnorth
Brighton......
Buxton
Caistor
Catterick Bridge
Chelmsford.
Cheltenham
Chester
Clifion and Bristol
Cottisford
Croxton Park
Derby
Durham
East Sussex
Epsom.......
Exeter

RACING MEETINGS.
.....38 Guildford

.55 Newmarket FirstSpring 15
4 Hampton

.45 Newmarket Sec. Spring 26
..51 Haverfordwest

.70 Newmarket July .51
6 Holderness Hunt
5 Newton

40
44 Hoo...
.14 Oxford

.71
.43 Huntingdon
.63 Plymouth, &c.

.65
.67 Hoylake
.12 Pottery

70
.63 Ipswich
..50 Preston

53
Kendal

..56 Pytchley Hunt
.44 King's Meadow..... .13 St. Alban's......, .31
15 Knighton
.49 Salisbury

62
13 Knutsford
.65 Stafford

.28
.55 Leeds
12 Stamford....

.59
.57 Leominster..
..71 Stockbridge

47
.20 Lichfield...

2 Tavistock

14
Liverpool
.22 Taunton

.60
2 Liverpool, A. C.......47-57 Tenbury

.42
3 Ludlow
.46 Warwick Spring

I
.61 Malton
.15 Wells

-54
.24 Manchester
.35 Wenlock......

.60
12 Newcastle
36 York Spring

.29
.32 Newcastle, Staffordshire 61 York August.. .68
72 Newmarket Craven 7

...25

INDEX TO THE Horses, &c. in the RACING CALENDAR for the Volume......73

DIPECTIONS TO THE BINDER.

Vignette Title-page,
Mr. M. Stanley's Cab Horse, to face page 1 Rob Roy
Turk, a Retriever,

8 Crutch
Galatea

81 The Barbel
Mazeppa

87 Sultan
Golding's Improved Gun Lock

146 Flying Kate
Dibbing..

150 October Morning..
Rufus......

.............................. 156 Driver
Arabs fighting

253

271
285
337
353
360
428
482

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ERRATA.
Page 300. col 1, line 14, for poric read poui.

304. col 1, line 7, for thirteen read B-
329. col. 1, line 4, for Coseby read Cosby..
370. col. 1, line 29, for Tætherstone read Fætherstone.
410. Goodwood Races : col. 1, line 3, for betting-room read betting man.-In

p. 415, col. 1, line 7, there is an error in punctuation which completely
alters the meaning of the writer. Instead of, “ Now, my humble opinion
is, that he was not fit to run previously to the Derby. Mr. Ridsdale's
horses," &c.-It should be, “Now, my humble opinion is, that he was
not fit to run. Previously to the Derby Mr, Ridsdale's horses had old
Tranby,” &c.

The Proprietors respectfully inform the Subscribers, that if they are desirous that
Portraits of favorite Horses, Greyhounds, &c. should appear in the SPORTING MA:
GAZINE, they have only to send the Pictures to 18, Warwick Square, and, if approved
of, they will be pụt into the Engraver's hands, without any expense, and the Pictures
carefully preserved and returned when done with.

END OF VOLUME V.--SECOND SERIES.

Printed by M. A. Pitman, Warwick-square, London.

RACING CALENDAR, 1832.

WARWICK SPRING MEETING. TUESDAY, March 20.-The Trial States of 10 sovs. cach, with 50 added in

for two-year-olds, 7st. ; and three, !st.-The winner of the Derby, Oaks, or St. Leger to carry 101b. extra. Horses, &c. that never won allowed 2lb.-The Mile Course. --Fifteen subs. Mr. Sadler's b. f. Eleanor, by Middleton out of Eliza, 2 yrs (Chapple). Mr. Dundas's ch. c. by Phantom out of Euphrasia by Rubens, 2 yrs... Mr. Beardsworth's br. c. Wolverhampton, by Abjer out of Miss Cragie, 2 yrs

The following also started but were not placed.-Lord Warwick's ch. c. by Rubens out of Double Entendre, 7 yrs; Mr. G. Ongley’s b. c. Scipio, by Emilius, 3 yrs ; Mr. West's ch. g. by Claude Loraine out of Angelica, 2 yrs ; Vlr. Tomes's b. f. Graceful, Toy Sir Gray out of Miss Chance, 2 yrs; Mr. Thompson's ch. f. Suke, Sister to Swiss, 3 yrs ; Mr. Applewhaite's b. c. Lindley, by Sir Oliver out of Miss Eversley, 2 yrs ; Mr. Warren's ch. g. by Muley dam by Election, 3 yrs ; Mr. Painter's b. y. Decoction, by Gulliver out of Sarsaparilla, 2 yrs ; Mr. Yates's Cantab, by Wrangler out of The Gimmer, 2 yrs ; Mr. Thomas's b. c. Nonentity, by Spectre, 3 yrs; and Mr. Norton's b. c. by Gulliver out of Sister to Rob Roy, 2 yrs. The LEAMINGTox Cup of 50 sovs. added to a Subscription of 10 sovs. each..

Two miles,
Mr. Hyde Clarke's gr. m. Sister to The Flyer, by Swap, 5 yrs, Ilst. 71b. (Mr.

Peyton )......
Mr. G. Ongley's b. g. Stoneleigh, by Hedley, 4 yrs, 10st. 91b.

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. M. Ongley named ch. g. Rob
Roy, aged, 12 st.; Mr. Kennedy's b. g. Young Buffalo, 5 yrs, jíst. 71b. ; and Mr.
Thornhill's ch. g. Cigar, by Poor Pat, aged, 12st.
The PillERTON STAKES of 25 sovs. each, h. ft. for horses not thorough-bred.-- Two

miles.-Gentlemen riders.-Nine subs. Mr. T. Jones's br. h. Tommy Tickle, by Muley, aged, 12st. (Mr. (iriffiths).

1 Mr. Osbaldeston's b.g. Bilberry, jyrs, 11st. 71b..... Mr. F. Ongley's b. c. Donnington by Champignon, 3 yrs, Ost. 91h. Mr. Spalding's ch. g. by Comus out of Mr. Fry's dam, 33 yrs, 9st. 91b. Mr. M. Ongley's gr. g. The Flyer, by Swap, 6 yrs, 12st. Mr. Burton's b. f. Sister to The Admiral, 3 yrs, 9st. 9ib.

The RADBOURNE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, two miles, five five subs, was won by Col. Gilbert's b. m. by Cannon Ball, aged, 12st. (owner), beating dr. Rob. bins's b. g. York, 4 yrs, 10st. 7lb., and Capt. Gould's Kate, 6 yrs, 12st.

HURDLE RACE of 10 sovs. each._Six Leaps.--Two miles. Dir. (iranville's gr. 5. Cigar, by Poor Pat, Ilst. 716. (Mr. Mostyn) Mr. Applewhaite's ch. g. Bamford, aged, Ilst. 71b. Mr. D. Cooke's b. m. Countess, Ilst. 71b... Mr. M. Ongley's ch. g. l'iretail, 1 lst. 71b. and Mr. Hunter's b. g. by Orlando, 11st. 71b.

also started but were not placed. The FARMERS' PLATE of 50 soys, with 10 to the second horse. --Two-mile beats. Mr. F. Robbins's b. f. Shepherdess, 3 yrs, 10st. 21b. (Mir. Sabine).

1 Mr. Kent's ch. g. Pastry Cook, by Claude Loraine, 3 yrs, 10st. 21b.

2 Ur. Alley's b. g. by Vampyre, dam by Blucher, j yrs, llst. gib......

1 Four others started. The HAOK STAKES of five sovs. each, Mile Course, twelve subs., was won by Jr. Thomas's ch. g. Blinker, Ilst. 9lb. (Mr. Palmer) beating six others.

1 Forced HANDICAP of 10 sovs. each. Once round and a distance. Ten slibs. Col. Gilbert's b. m. by Cannon Ball, aged, 10st. 71b.........

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The following also started but were not placed :-Nr. Hyde Clarke's gr. m. Sister to The Flyer, 5 yrs, 10st. 10lb. ; Mr. Walker's b. h. Columbus, aged, 10st. 10]b. ; Mr. Nash's b.'m. Chasseuse, aged, 10st. 101b. ; Mr. Thomas's ch. g. Blinker, aged, 11st. 121b.; and Mr. Monigomery's Terror, 13st.

Mr. Montgomery's br. h. Terror (Darling) beat Mr. Hunter's br. h. Hymettus, 10st. cach, four miles, 100 sovs.

Mr. Hunter's b. g. Fidget (Capt. Beechey) beat Mr. D. Cook's ch. m. Vivid, by Cannon Ball, llst. cach, a mile and a half, 200 sovs.

COTTISFORD (OXFORDSHIIRE) MEETING. TUESDAY, March 27:- The COTTISFORD STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 23

added; Newmarket Craven Weights. Once round and a distance.-Eight subs. Mr. Sadler's b. f. Eleanor, by Middleton out of Eliza, 2 yrs (G. Baylis)

1 Mr. Yates's gr. g. Gab, by Swap out of Gabrielle, 3 yrs

............ 2 Mr. Ongley's b. f. Pandora, by Wrangler out of Miss Stephenson, 4 yrs

3 The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. I. Day's Busk, aged ; Mr. Shepherd's br. f. Miss Georgiana, 4 yrs ; and Mr. Rawlinson's ch. f. Red Rose, by Rubens out of Reality, 2 yrs. A HUNTERS' STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft. with 25 added, for horses not thorough

bred; Billesdon Coplow Weights.-A winner of the Pillerton, Bosworth, or Coplow to carry 71b., if i we of them, or either twice, 141b. extra; a winner of any other race 5lb., if iwice 71b. extra.-Heats, once round and a distance.-Gentlemen riders.

-Eleven subs.
Mr. I. Sadler's b. g. Confidence, 6 yrs (Mr. Peyton)

1 1 Mr. Ongley's gr. g. The Flyer, by Swap, 6 yrs...

1 3 3 Mr. Brickwell's ch. g. Brunswicker, 5 yrs .

2 Mr. I. Day's b. g. Brilliant by Harkaway, 5 yrs.......

3 4 dr. Three others started. Ar. Nelson's br. m. Vestris, 5 yrs, beat Mr. Tomlin's ch. g. 6 yrs, 10st. 101b. cach, one mile and a half, 50 sovs.

A HANDICAP STAKES of five sovs. each the winner to be sold for 60 sovs. & r., once round and a distance-was won by Mr. Nelson's Vestris (owner) beating six others.

A FARNERS' Cur of 10 sovs. and 40 in specic, for horses not thorough-bred, was won, at two heats, by Mfr. Sirett's b. g. Shugborough, by Fitz-Walton, 3 yrs (G. Marry), bcating Nir. Garrat’s gr. g. Revenge, 4 yrs, and Mr. Harris's b. g. by Young Grimaldi, 4 yrs.

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LICHFIELD SPRING MEETING. TUESDAY, March 27. „The TRIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 21 added from

the City Fund.- The Last Mile.-- Five subs. Mr. Beardsworth's br. c. Wolverhamplon, by Abjer out of Miss Craigie, 3 yrs, 6st.

(W. Lock)
Mr. B. Taylor's b. f. Rosa, by Figaro, dam by Stanford, 3 yrs, 8st. 41b.
Mr. Yates's ch. f. Marygold, by Cain out of Natilda, 2 yrs, 6st...
Mr. Williams's c. by Gulliver, out of Tramper's dam, 2 yrs, 6st.

4 The Bosworth STAKES of 25 soys. each, h. ft.-Two miles. Gentlemen riders.

Five subs. 1:ord Lichfield's br. g. Brother to Dunton, by Filho, 3 yrs, 9st. 10lb. (Mr. Burton)... I Mr. Ongley's b. c. Donnington, by Champignon, 3 yrs, Ist. 101b.

The WITHERLY STAKES of 15 sovs. each, five ft. with 20 added from the City
Fund, two-mile heats, Gentlemen riders, three subs, was walked over for by Mr. W'al-
ker's b. g. Columbus, by Muley, aged, 12st. 5lb.
The FARMERS' PLATE of 50 soys, and 10 sovs. to the second horse, given by the

Atherstone llunt Club.-To be ridden by Farmers or Tradcsnien.-- Two-mile ličats.
Mr. Wilkinson's b. c. Eayer, by Pauilowitz, dam by Ambrosio, 4 yrs, llst. 21b.
(Mr. Savin)............

11 Mr. Hill's b. m. Tetsey, aged, 13st.

Five others started.

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SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft. for half-bred foals of 1829.-The Last Mile. Mr. Kent's b. c. by Blacklock out of Collina, 8st. 4lb. (Hesseltine)

1 Lord Lichtield's b. c. Dissolution, by Emilius out of Nell Gwynne, 8st. 71b. Mr. Mott's b. c. Gauntlet, by Bedlamite, dam by Totteridge

WEDNESDAY, March 28.-SWEEPSTAKES of 25 sovs. each, for colts and fillies then rising two years old.--T. Y. ('. Mr. Peel's ch. f. Frenzy, by Bedlamite out of Catherina by Walton, 8st. llb. (Lear) i L.ord Lichfield's gr. f. by Sligo, out of Sister to Mayflower by Cannon Ball, 8st. Ib. 2 Mr. Charlton's b. t. Gazette, Sister to Gnostic by Manfred, Pst. llb. Mr. Beardsworth's b. f. by Vonarch, out of Gadabout by Orville, est. llb.

4 SWEEPSTAKES of 25 sovs. each, for foals of 1829.--Last Mile. Mr. Yates's ch. f. Marygold, by Cain out of Matilda, 8st. 216. (Spring) Lord Lichfield's b. c. Dissolution, by Emilius out of Nell Gwynne, ost. 51b. Gen. l'ates's gr. f. Sister to Cain, by Paulowitz, &st. 21b. Forced HANDICAP of 10 sovs. each, for all ages.- To be ridden by Gentlemen or

Farmers.- One mile.-Five subs. Lord Lichfield's b. g. Brother to Dunton, by Filho, 3 yrs, 10st. 5lb. (Mr. Burton) ... 1 Mr. F. Ongley's b. c. Donnington, by Champignon, 10st. 31b..... Mr. Mott's b. g. Grumio, by Paulowitz out of Theodoric's dam, 4 yrs, löst. 6lb...... 3 Mr. Walker's b. g. by Columbus, aged, 11st. 71b. ....

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PYTCHLEY HINT MEETING,

(NORTHAMPTON COURSE.) THURSDAY, March 29.- The YEOMANRY PLATE of 50 sovs. given by Loud

Southampton.--Twice round.
Mr. T. Smith's b. g. 11 hiltle', yrs, llst. 71b....

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Mr. I. Dickins's b. c. by Vampyre, 3 yrs, !st. 1 lb.
Mr. B. Roper's b. m. Lily, by Filho, 6 yrs, 12st.
Mr. J. Laundon's b. f. Vixen, 4 yrs....

.fell. The Oren STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 25 added by the Hunt. Once round and a

distance. vir. Osba!deston's br. f. Streamlet, by Tiresias out of Bizarre, 3 yrs, 11st. llb.

(Capt. Bouverie) Mr. Olivera's b. f. Chancery Suit, 3 yrs, 9st. 101b. Sir W. Wake's br. g. Reformer, by Walton, aged, 11st. 4lb.

The WELTER STAKES of 10 sovs. each.--Once round and a distance.--Nine subs. Mr. Osbaldeston's b. g. Bilberry, by lledley or Manfred, 5 yrs, llst. 5lb. (Owner)

I Mr. Hobson's br. h. Contraband, 6 yrs, llst. 121b........ Mr. Spalding's ch g. Long flop, by Buftalo, 5 yrs, 11st. 5lb............

The FARNERS' Cup, value 301.--Heats, once round and a distance. * Mr. Herring's ch. f. Matilda, 3 yrs old, 10st. 71b.

11 Mr. C. Flesher's br. g. Sportsman, yrs, 11st. 9lb.

Eight others started. * An objection was made to Matilda on the ground that she had not been huntel. Sportsman and some others rap a third heat, which was won by Sportsman, and the Cup has since been adjudged to him.

FREE HANDICAP of 10 sovs.-One mile.
Mr. Osbaldeston's br. f. Streamlet, by Tiresias out of Bizarre, 10st. 9lb. (Capt. Bou.

verie)...
Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. g. by Buffalo, 5 yrs, Ilst..
Mr. Herring's ch. f. Matilda, 3 yrs, 10st.
Col. Gilbert's b. m. hy Cannon Ball, aged, Ilst. 121b.
Mr. Ilarris's b. g. aged, 9st. 71b.

CROXTON PARK MEETING. WEDNESDAY, April 4.–The FARMERS' PLATE of hogs. with logs. added for

the second horse, was won by Mr. Burbidge's br. g. 6 yrs, 12st. 3ib, beating Mr. Pilarim's brog. Ayrs, 11st, odb, and ten others.

Mr. Powell's ch. c. by Negociator out of Sister to Norton, 2 yrs (owner) beat Air, Arnold's b. c. llst. 71b. each, a mile and a kalf.

Lord E. Thyme's b. m. Dulcinea (owner) beat Mr. Errington's b. m. Psyche, 1st. 71b. each, half a mile, 30 sovs. The Biliesdox CorLow STAKES of 25 sovs, each, h. ft. for horses not thorough

bred :---four-year-olds, 10st. 9lb. ; five, 11st. 7 lb. ; six, 12st. ; and aged, 12st. 121b. The Winner of the Bosworth Stakes to carry 5lb., of the Billesdon Coplow, 71b., of both, or either stakes twice, 141b. extra.--Two miles.-(ientlemen riders.--Fourteen

subs. Mr. Jones's br. h. Tommy Tickle, by Muley, aged (Lord Wilton).

1 Mr. Osbaldeston's Bilberry, by Hedley or Manfred, 7 yrs.. Mr. Ilobson's gr.g. The Admiral, by (annon Ball, 5 yrs..

3 The following also stared but were not placed :--Sir J. Boswell's b. m. Meretrix, by Filho, i yrs; and Jr. J. Brookes's b. m. Fanny Kemble, by Filho da Puta, 6 yrs. -Six tot on Jeretrix and The Admiral, 4 to 1 agst the winner, and 5 to l agst Bil, berry.

Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. g. Liberty, by Buffalo, 5 yrs, 10st, 71b. beat Mr. Spalding's
Long Hop, 5 yıs, 10st. 121b., one mile, 50 sovs.
The CALEDONIAN WELTER of 20 sovs. each, h. ft, for any horse carrying 13st..

Three quarters of a mile..Six subs.
Lord Chesterfield's ch. h. Carthusian, by Comus, aged (Lord Wilton)...

1 Mr. A. Craven's b. g. Syphon, aged.

2 Sir J. Boswell's b. m. Neretrix, by Filho da Puta, 5 yrs

The SCURRY STAKES of five sovs. each, with 20 added, 12st. each, about the third of a mile, six subs., were won by Mr. Oliver's Alice (Mr. White), beating Mr. (raven's Mumper, and three others.

SWEEPSTAKES of five sovs. each--for five-year-olds, llst., six and aged, list. 71b. --three quarters of a mile, six subs., was won by Sir J. Boswell's The Major, by Bust. ler, aged' (Mr. White), beating Mr. Craven's b. h. Mumper, aged. The following also started but were not placed :- Mr. Stanley's b. g. Thimbler, yrs ; Count Bathyany's b. h. Baronet, aged; Mr. Coesvelt's b. g. Long Hop, 5 yrs; Mr. Errington's b. h. Ivanhoe, 6 yrs; and Mr. Hunter's Fidget, aged. FORCED HANDICAP of 10 sovs. each, for all ages. The winner of the Farmer's Cup

excepted.-One mile.--Seven subs. Mr. Osbaldeston's b. g. Bilberry, by Hedley or Manfred, 5 yrs, llst. 5lb. (Owner)... I Mr. Hobson's gr. g. The Aamiral, by Cannon Ball, 5 yrs, 10st. 111b. Lord Chesterfield's ch. h. Carthusian, by Comus, aged, 13st. 61b.

3 Sir J. Boswell's b. m. Meretrix, by Filho da Puta, 5 yrs, 10st, 11 lb.

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BATH SPRING MEETING, WEDNESDAY, April 11. The LANSDOWN STAKES of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft. for

horses that never won (Matches excepted) :-two-year-olds, 6st. 101b. ; three, 8st. 10lb.; four, 9st. 4lb. ; five, gst. 1]lb. ; six and aged, 10st. 21b.--Mares and geld. ings allowed 31b..One mile and a quarter.-Twenty-four subs. Mr. Biggs's ch. f. Miss Badsley, by Middleton out of Pathisea by Rubens, 2 yrs (G. Baylis)

1 Mr. Dundas's ch. c. by Phantom out of Euphrasia by Rubens, 2 yrs....

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Knatchbull named bl. Black Will, 5 yrs; Mr. Day's b. g. by Spectre out of Liston's dam, 3 yrs; Mr. S. Wreford's b. c. Pompey, by Lapdog out of Octina, 2 yrs; Mr. Houldsworth's b. f. Cecilia, by Comus out of Miss Maltby, 2 yrs ; Mr. J. Dilly's br. f. Wire, by Sir Hul. dibrand out of Snare, 2 yrs; Mr. Yates's bl. g. Cantab, 2 yrs ; Mr. Thompson's ch. f. Suke, Sister to Swiss, 2 yrs ; Mr. Thompson's b. f. Chastity, by Champignon, 2 yrs; Mr. Í. Day's br. c. Typhon, by Truffle, dam by W'illiamson's Ditto, 2 yrs; Mr. Wood's b. c. by Champignon out of Rosaria's dam, 2 yrs ; and Capt. Williamson's ch. c. Nadir, by Wanton, dam by Walton, 2 yrs. SWEEPSTAKES of 20 sovs. each, h. ft. for two-year-olds (not thorough-bred):-colts,

8st. 71b. ; fillies, &st. 4lb.---The last three quarters of a mile. Mr. W. Hickes's br. c. Suing, by Fitz-Walter, dam by Tandem (J. Chapple) ...... 1

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