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Mr. Nowell's ch. c. by Peter Lely out of Margrave's dam.
grandam by Asparagus-Hugh Capet. Mr. H. Robinson's b. Basto, by Muley Moloch out of Bolivar's dam by Tramp. Mr. H. Robinson's ch, c. Cato, by Muley Moloch out of Miss Fox (Carnaby's dam). Mr. J. Robinson's b. f. Sister to St. Andrew, by Langar. Mr. Rush's ch. c. by Plenipotentiary out of Bangtail by Phantom. Mr. Rush's ch. c. by Plenipotentiary out of Obelisk's dam. Duke of Rutland's b. c. Sir Hans, by Physician out of Flambeau's dam. Mr. Sadler's br. f. Defy, Sister to Defender, Mr. Sadler's ch. f. Diversion, by Defence out of Folly by Middleton. Mr. Sadler's ch. f. Lady Strut, by Defence out of Lady Stumps. Mr. Sadler's br. c. Pest, Brother to Petulant. Mr. Sadler's ch. f. Protection, Sister to Protector. Mr. John Scott's ch. f. Evelyn, by Mundig out of Progress, Sister to Pilgrim by Langar. Mr. William Scott's b. c. Duke of Wellington, by The Saddler out of Flighty. Mr. William Scott's ch. c. Marshal Soult, Brother to Hornsea. Lord Stradbroke's ch. c. Precursor, by Alpheus out of Adeline. Mr. Theobald's b. c. by Camel out of Citron. Mr. H. S. Thompson's bl.c. by Sheet Anchor, dam by Emilius out of Brocard (dam foaled in 1833). Mr. H. S. Thompson's b. c. by Sheet Anchor out of Harriet, Sister to St. Helena by Stripling. Mr. H. S. Thompson's b. c. by Sheet Anchor out of Lady Fulford by Walton, Mr. H. S. Thompson's bl. c. by Sheet Anchor out of Medea by Whisker. Mr. H. S. Thompson's b. c. by Sheet Anchor out of Valencia by Cervantes. Mr. Thornhill's b. c. by Emilius out of Ophelia, Mr. Thornhill's ch. c. by Langar out of Fidelity. Mr. Thornhill's Brother to Euclid. Mr. Thornhill's Brother to Mango. Mr. Vansittart's b. c. by Muley Moloch out of Darioletta. Mr. J. C. Varley's b. c. by Contest out of Linton Loch's dam. Mr. J. C. Varley's b, f. by Belshazzar out of Chancellor's dam ; bought of Mr. Hallo Mr. John Verrall's br. c. Brother to Wocdman by Scipio. Lord Verulam's c. by Actæon, dam by Filho da Puta out of Brocard. Lord Verulam's f. by Aclæon out of Brocard. Mr. Walker's b. c. Escort, by Voltaire out of Velocipede's dam. Mr. Walker's ch. c. Giaour, by Sultan out of Pauline by Moses. Mr. Walker's b. c. Kaiser, by Sultan out of Francesca by Partisan. Mr. Walker's b. c. Linby, by Langar out of Cotillon. Mr. Walker's ch. c. Mustapha, by Sultan out of Velocity by Blacklock. Mr. Watt's b. c. by Plenipotentiary out of Myrrha.
Mr. Rees Weguelin's br. or ro. c. Chalon, by Sir Hercules out of Vignette (foaled in 1833) by
Partisan out of Landscape by Rubens, Mr. Rees Weguelin's ch. c. Czarewitch, by Ishmael out of Eliza by Smolensko. Mr. Rees Weguelin's bl. f. Cleopatra, by Sir Hercules, dam (foaled in 1831) by Belzoni out of
Flora's dam by Hit-or-Miss. Colonel Westenra's bl. or ch. c. Warlock, by Velocipede out of Vat. Lord Westminster's c. Van Amburgh, Brother to Sleight-of-Hand, Lord Westminster's c. by Glaucus out of Bertha. Lord Westminster's c. by Pantaloon out of Sarcasm. Colonel White's b. c. Lampos, by Glaucus out of Brazil by Ivanhoe. Colonel White's ch. c. by Recovery out of Lucy Kemble. Mr. Wigram's ch. c. Nebros, by Actæon, dam (foaled in 1829) by Oscar out of Camarine's dam. Captain Williamson's ch. f. Decision, by Defence out of Fanny by Whisker. Captain Williamson's b. c. Mobarek, by Muley Moloch out of Jenny Mills. Captain Williamson's br. c. St. Cross, by Glaucus out of Pledge by Filho da Pula. Mr. Wilson's b. f. by Muley Moloch out of Silvertail. Mr. Wilson's br. c. by Voltaire out of Yorkshire Lass. Mr. Wimbush's b. c. by Glaucus out of Espagnolle. Mr. J. Wood's ch. c. Cuirassier, by Plenipotentiary out of Cuirass by Oiseau. Mr. Worrall's Haxell, by Y. Whisker (Son of Whisker and Memna) out of Birthday by Blucher, Mr. Wreford's br. c. by Camel out of Escape. Mr. Wreford's b. c. by Sultan out of Margellina. Mr. Wreford's b. c. by Sultan out of Monimia. Colonel Wyndham's b. c. by Ishmael out of Frederica by Phantom out of Elizabeth. Colonel Wyndhamn's ch. c. by Nonsense out of Miss Southcote. General Yates's ch. c. Canadian, by Cain out of Miss Lydia. General Yates's b. c. Yew, by Laurel out of Swallow's dam. Mr. John Young's b. c. by Bachelor out of Maria Louisa's dam. Mr. John Young's bl. c. by Revolution, dam by Bachelor, grandam by Blacklock.
THE OAK S. Friday.--Nominations for a Renewal of the Oaks STAKES : to carry 8st. 713.
One hundred and twenty subscribers. Lord Albemarle's f. by Dr. Syntax out of Miss Tree. Lord Albemarle's f. by Ibrahim out of Dandizette. Colonel Anson's b. f. La Gitana, by Ishmael, dam by Tramp out of Amaryllis. Colonel Anson's ch. f. Miss Horewood, by The Saddler out of Cyprian. Mr. Batson's b. f. Barbara, by Plenipotentiary out of Saffi (Banquet's dam). Mr. Batson's ch. f. Potentia, by Plenipotentiary out of Acacia by Phantom. Duke of Beaufort's b. f. Snowdrop, by Dr. Syntax out of Princess Victoria (Royal James's dam). Lord George Bentinck's b. f. Glass-slipper, by Augustus out of Cinderella. Lord George Bentinck's br. f. by Glaucus out of Miss Craven. Lord George Bentinck's ch. f. H. R. H., Sister to Her Majesty. Mr. Bowes's ch. f. The Witch of Whorley Hill, by Velocipede out of Mundig's dam. Mr. Briskham's ch. f. Chutty, by St. Nicholas out of Vermilion's dam. Sir R. Bulkeley's b. by Birdcatcher, dam by Caccia Piatti out of Fair Jane's dam. Sir R. Bulkeley's b. f. by Colwick out of Sister to Ainderby. Mr. H. G. Bygg's ch. f. Circe, by Glaucus out of Miss Badsley by Middleton. Mr. H. G. Bygg's b, f. Scylla, by Glaucus out of Whisk by Whisker. Mr. T. Carter's b. f. by Dr. Syntax out of Miss Camarine by Langar. Lord Chesterfield's f. by Ishmael out of Charity. Lord Chesterfield's f. by Sultan out of Rowton's dam.
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Lord Chesterfield's f. by Velocipede out of Young Petuaria.
(Lady Anna's dam).
Mr. Osbaldeston's b. f. by The Saddler, dam (foaled in 1832) by Granby out of Matilda's dam.
Flora's dam by Hit or Miss. Mr. Rees Weguelin's b. f. Ima, by Sir Hercules, dam (foaled in 1825) by Skim out of Jessy by
Totteridge. Lord Westminster's f. Lampoon, Sister to Touchstone, Lord Westminster's f, by Pantaloon out of Languish. Captain Williamson's b. f. Affection, by Tomboy out of Benevolence. Captain Williamson's ch. f. Decision, by Defence out of Fanny by Whisker. Mr. Wilson's b. f. by Muley Moloch out of Silvertail. Mr. H. Wormald's ch. f. by Velocipede out of Midge by Whisker. Mr. Wreford's br, f. by Laurel out of Victoria. Colonel Wyndham's ch. f. by Nonsense, dam (foaled in 1830) by Muley out of Harriet. Colonel Wyndham's b. f. by Nonsense, dam (foaled in 1828) by Whalebone out of Harpalices General H. Wyndham's b. f. by Buskin out of Herculea. Major Yarburgh's bl. f. by Muley Moloch out of Belinda.
The first day's racing, on the 9th of June, commenced with a Prize of 2000f., given by the Directeur des Haras, for three-year-olds and upwards, heats, twice round, two miles and a half, which was contended for by the Duke of Orleans' br. h. Nautilus (E. Pavis) and Lord H. Seymour's b. h. Vendredi (Hardy), both 4 yrs.-- The first heat was won easily by His Royal Highness, but for the second Vendredi ran his opponent to half a length, and for the last hundred yards Pavis was put to his mettle, and it was doubtful “ who should.”
Count Hedouville's ch. h. Mendicant, aged, 129ft. (Mizen), beat M. A. Fould's b. m. Barbarina, 4 yrs, 11215. (D. Jones), very easily by a length, for a Sweepstakes of 500f., h. ft., for English horses, twice round; the mare the favorite at 5 to 4-M. A. Lupin's b. m. Despair drawn.
Match for £50—M. A. Fould's b. c. Auriel, by Royal Oak out of Burlesque, 11015. (D. Jones), beat M. Sabattier's br. f. La Grippe, by Royal Oak out of Indiana (Mizen), both two-year-olds, three-quarters of a mile. The colt was the favorite at 3 to 1, and he fully justified the opinion formed of his capabilities. He started off at score, and soon took the shine out of the filly, finally passing the winning post in an easy canter.
For the Glatigny Stakes of 1000f. each, Romulus, Francesca, and Chip-of-the-Old-Block, paid h. ft. to Lord H. Seymour's b. c. Lantara, who walked over.
A Prize of 1200f. given by the Town, the winner to be sold for 2000f., once round, brought three to the post, Lord H. Seymour having drawn Lady Emily-Mr. T. Carter's b. c. Bonbon, by Royal Oak, 3 yrs (Flatman); Count Blangy's b. c. Actæon, by Royal Oak, 3 yrs (Mizen); and "Duke of Orleans' b. m. Viola, by Emilius, 4 yrs (E. Pavis).--The betting was 6 to 4 on Bonbon, and 2 to 1 agst Viola. The latter took the lead, and kept it to the last turn, when both colts came up and passed her, and an excellent race between the two terminated in favor of Bonbon, who was claimed.
The programme for the second day (June 16) shewed a list of seven races, and the company was far more numerous than on the 9th. The first event was a Prize of 2400f. given by the Town for threeyear-olds and upwards, twice round, for which four entered, but Fortunatus and Coalition having been drawn, it resolved itself into a Match, if that can so be called in which one of the competitors had no chance-Lord H. Seymour's b. c. Lantara, 3 yrs (Flatman), having very easily disposed of the Duke of Orleans' br. c. Roquancourt, 3 yrs (E. Pavis), winning without an effort by four lengths.
The second race was for the Jockey Club Prize of 3000f., for threeyear-olds, heats, once round, but for which only two appeared—Lord H. Seymour's b. c. Chip-of-the-Old-Block (Hardy) and the Duke of Orleans' ch. f. Stella (E. Pavis).-Chip was the favorite at 3 to 1, and won the first heat easily. Indeed the second was ditto repeated; but Pavis substantiated a cross, which was palpable to all, and the Stake was awarded to Stella, Chip in consequence being declared distanced,