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TUESDAY, April 16.-SWEEPSTAKES of 300 sovs. each, 100 ft., for four-year-olds :-colts, 8st. 71b. ;

and fillies, 8st. 2tb.-B. C.- Ten subs. Lord Chesterfield's b. c. Don John, by Tramp or Waverley (H. Edwards) Lord Exeter's ch. c. Alemdar, by Sultan out of Marinella

................ 2 Mr. Greville's br. f. Morella, by Emilius out of Mustard ................................ 3 Lord Chesterfield's br. f. Caroline Elvina, by Tramp out of Babel

Even on Don John, 3 to 1 agst Morella, and 3 to 1 agst Alemdar.

SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for four-year-olds.-A. F. Mr. Pettit's b. c. St. Francis, by St. Patrick out of Surprise, 7st. 121b. (Connelly). General Grosvenor's ch. c. Dædalus, by Buzzard, 7st........

........................ 2 Fulwar Craven', br. f. I-wish-you-may-get-it, by Defence, 6st. 1218. ............................ 3

Three to 1 on St. Francis.

The Two THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES, a subscription of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-olds :

colts, 8st. 71b.; and fillies, 8st, 4tb.-R. M.-Twenty subs. Lord Lichfield's bl. c, The Corsair, by Sir Hercules out of Gulnare (Wakefield)

1 Lord Jersey's b. c. Cæsar, Brother to Bay Middleton, by Sultan out of Cobweb ................. 2 Duke of Grafton's b. c. Æther, by St. Patrick out of Pastille

.... 3 Seven to 1 on Cæsar, and 10 to 1 agst The Corsair, THE QUEEN'S Plate of 100 gs. for mares :-four-year-olds, 8st. 9td. ; Ave, 9st. 8tb. ; six and aged,

10st.-R. C. Mr. Batson's ch. f. Vespertilio, by Reveller out of Acacia, 4 yrs (Chapple) Lord Jersey's b. f. Joannina, by Priam out of Joanna, 4 yrs .................................. 2 Fulwar Craven's br. f. l.wish-you-may-get-it, by Defence, 4 yrs.............................. 3

Lord Exeter's ch. f. Mecca, by Sultan, 4 yrs, broke down.

Seven to 4 on Joannina, and 5 to 2 agst Mecca. WEDNESDAY, April 17.--FIFTY POUNDS :-four-year-olds, 7st. 8ib.; five, 8st. illb.; six and

aged, 9st. 3lb.-B. C. Lord George Bentinck's gr. c. Grey Momus, by Comus, dam by Cervantes, 4 yrs .... walked over.

HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for three-year-olds.-D. M. Duke of Grafton's ro. c. Courier, by St. Patrick out of Oxygen by Emilius, 7st. (Pavis)......... 1 Mr. Thornhill's b. f. Merganser, by Merchant out of Shoveller by Scud, 8st. Elb....

2 Mr. Thornhill's ch. c. Egotist, by Emilius out of Bravura; 7st. 131b. Mr. Goddard's c. by Shortwaist, dam by Bobadil out of Christabel, 8st.............. Mr. Greville's ch. c. Derrynane, by Langar out of Dublin, 8st. 7lb...

5 Five to 4 agst Courier, and 2 to 1 agst Merganser.

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THURSDAY, April 18.—THE QUEEN'S Plate of 100 gs. :-four-year-olds, 9st. 8lb. ; five, 10st.

7ib. ; six and aged, 10st. 121b.-R. C. Lord George Bentinck's gr. c. Grey Momus, by Comus, dam by Cervantes, 4 yrs .... walked over.

Matcu for 100 sovs., h. ft., D. M.-Mr. Newton's br. f. Vicuna, by Camel out of Codicil, 7st. 7tb. (Pavis), beat Duke of Portland's b. g. St. Peray, by St. Patrick out of Mercy, 8st. 71.

Even betting. THE ONE THOUSAND Guineas Stakes, a subscription of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-old

fillies, 8st. 4ib.-D. M.—Twenty-three subs. Mr. Watt's b. f. Cara, by Belshazzar out of Fanchon (G. Edwards)

1 Duke of Portland's ch. f. Cænis, by Tiresias out of Souvenir....

2 Mr. Osbaldeston's br. f. Alexandrina, by The Saddler out of Ebberston's dam

3 Mr. Newton's br. f. Retrospect, by Cetus or Rowton out of Pastime Lord Exeter's ch. f. Macremma, Sister to Green Mantle, by Sultan out of Dulcinea

............ 5 Even and 6 to 5 agst Cænis, 7 to 4 agst Cara, 6 to 1 agst Retrospect, and 8 to 1 agst Alexandrina.

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THE CLARENDON STAKES of 200 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-olds :-colts, 8st. 71b.; and fillies,

8st. 3lb.-R. M.-Five subs. Mr. Bowes's b. c. Epidaurus, Brother to Elis, by Langar

walked over. Lord Jersey's b. c. Cæsar, Brother to Bay Middleton, by Sultan, dam by Cervantes, withdrew his stake and received half of one of the forfeits. Lord Chesterfield's b. c. Bloomsbury, by Mulatto out of Scroggins's dam, withdrew his stake.

MATCH for 100 sovs., h. ft., 8st. 71b. each, D. M.-Lord Tavistock's f. by Taurus out of Mona received 20 sovs. from Duke of Rutland's b. c. Flambeau, by Taurus.

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FRIDAY, April 19.-HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. cach, for three-year-olds and upwards.

A. F. Mr. Wilson's ch. h. Quicksilver, by Velocipede, 5 yrs, 7st. 71b. (Rogers). .......................1 Lord Exeter's ch. 6. Adrian, Brother to Augustus, by Sultan, 5 yrs, 7st. Illd...

2 Mr. Thornhill's ch. c. Egotist, by Emilius out of Bravura, 3 yrs, 5st. 4lb. (carried 5st.alb.) 3 Mr. Rayner's b. c. Quo Minus, by Zinganee out of Sontag, 4 yıs, 9st. 4it., paid.

Even betting on Quicksilver. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. eachi-three-year-olds, 7st.; four, 8st. 6lb.; five, six, and aged, 9st.

D. M.-The winner to be sold for 100 sovs. if demanded, &c.--Six subs. Lord Stradbroke's ch. f. Io, by Taurus out of Arethissa, 3 yrs (Cotton)

1 Lord Tavistock's b. f. by Taurus out of Whisk's dam, 4 yrs Mr. Greville's b. c. Lyster, by Rowlon out of Margaret by Wrangler, 3 yrs......... Lord Lichfield's b. c. by Cain, dam by Whisker out of Lord Derby's Urganda, 3 yrs ............ 4 Mr. Fyson's b. c. by Priam out of Worthless, 3 yrs

5 Captain Daintree's b. c. by Redgauntlet out of Columbine, 3 yrs, was saddled and mounted, but turned restive, and was not taken to the post to start.--Three to lagst the Redgauntlet c., 4 to 1 agst lo, 4 to 1 agst Worthless, and 4 to 1 agst Lord Tavistock's filly. The NEWMARKET Stakes, a subscription of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-olds :-colts, 8st.

7ib.; and fillies, 8st. 2lb.-D. M.-Twenty-eight subs. Duke of Grafton's b. c. Montreal, by Langar out of Legend (Pavis)... Mr. Thornhill's b. c. Montezuma, Brother to Munchausen, by Merchant.. ........

The following also started but were not placed :—Mr. Batson's br. c. Brother to Plenipoten. tiary, by Emilius out of Harriet ; Duke of Portland's br. c. Polydorus, by Priam out of Tragedy by Smolensko ; Duke of Portland's ch. f. Cænis, by Tiresias out of Souvenir by Orville ; and Lord Albemarle's br. c. Tros, by Priam out of Ally.--Seven to 4 agst the Duke of Portland's two, 3 to ) agst Brother to Plenipotentiary, 5 to 1 agst Montreal, and 5 to 1 agst Tros.

SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-old fillies.-D. M.-Four subs. Lord Stradbroke's b. f. Hesione, by Priam out of Memina by Smolensko, 8st. 41b.(Natt)... 1 Lord Exeter's b. f. by Reveller out of Amima, Sister to Augustus, 8st. Alb.

........ 2 Lord Tavistock's ch. f. by Taurus out of Leeway by Aladdin, 8st. 41b.

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HANDICAP Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each, for three-year-olds and upwards.-T. Y. C. Lord Stradbroke's b. g. Fifer, by The Colonel, 5 yrs, 8st. 2lb. (Natt)

1 Mr. Thornhill's br. m. Egeria, by Emilius, 5 yrs, 9st. .......

2 Mr. Rayner's ch, m. Arsenic, by The Colonel, 6 yrs, 8st. 21b. (carried 8st. 4lb.) Lord Exeter's ch. c. Express, by Reveller out of Advance, 3 yrs, 6st.

4 Lord Albemarle's ch. m. Basil, by The Colonel out of Basilea, 5 yrs, 7st. 2lb... Lord Orford's b. c. by Flexible out of Chapeau de Paille, 4 yrs, 6st. Glb. (carried Est. 8tb.)

Five to 4 agst Fifer, 5 to 1 agst Egeria, and 6 to 1 agst Arsenic.
SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sors. each, for two-year-olds: colts, 8st. 6lb.; and fillies, 8st. 316.-T. Y. C.

Five subs.
Lord Lynedoch's br. c. by Jerry out of Mandane by Sultan (J. Day)

1 Mr. Rayner's br. f. Ten-pound Note, by Augustus or Taurus, dam by Centaur out of Problem (carried 8st. Alb.)

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Mr. Pettit's b. f. Miss Romer, by Merchant out of Madelina .................................. 3
Colonel Peel's ch. f. by Velocipede out of Malibran by Whisker .......
Mr. W. Edwards's br. f. African Sal, by Jerry out of The Shah's dam, was mounted, but ran away,

and did not come to the starting-post.
Six to 5 agst the winner, and 2 to 1 agst Ten-pound Note.

The Cup was not challenged for in this Meeting.

ABERGAVENNY. THURSDAY, April 4.-The MONMOUTHSHIRE STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 40 added by the Fund,

for horses that never won a Plate or Stakes value £50. :-three-year-olds, 7st. 71b. ; four, 8st. lllb.; Ist. 4to. ; six and aged, 10st.-Horses bred in the County of Monmouth allowed

31b.; half-bred horses allowed 5lb.--Heats, about two miles. Mr. Bragnall's b. f. Lauretta, by Dr. Faustus, 4 yrs

1 1 Mr. Tranter's b. g. Cholstrey, aged.......

3 Mr. Smythe's ch. g, by Eastgrove, half-bred, 3 yrs........................................ 2 3

The following also started but were not placed :- Mr. Gough's b. m. Needle, aged; Mr. Langridge's br. h. Shepherd, 5 yrs; and Mr. Trotter's b. f. Nell, half-bred, 4 yrs.

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THE MONMOUTHSHIRE FIUNT CUP, value £50, added to a Sweepstakes of 3 sovs. each, was won, at two one-mile-and-a-half heats, by Mr. Gough's bl. g. Pilot, by Dr. Syntax, llst. 9łb. beating three others.

THE ABERGAVENNY TOWN STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 20 added, was won, at two one-mile beats, by Mr. C. Powell's ch. g. Talisman, aged, beating seven others.

THE Welter HURDLE RACE, for regular hunters, of 3 sovs. each, 2 ft., was von, at two one-mile heats, by Mr. Jones's br. g. Wild Rose, aged, beating three others.

The LLANDILLO STAKES, with 20 added from the Fund, was won by Mr. Edwards's Clythu Lass, 6 yrs, beating three others.

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In consequence of the snow having fallen during Thursday night, the races were postponed to SATURDAY, April 6.-HANDICAP of 3 sovs. each, with a Purse added by the Ladies for the

beaten horses.--Heats, about a mile and a half. Captain Fendall's ch. m. Glass Lyn, aged

....... 1 1 Mr. Williams's br. g. Ploughboy, 6 yrs ......

2 2 Mr. Gough's b. m. Needle, aged ....

.. 3 Mr. Tranter's b. g. Cholstrey, aged.......

.. 4 dr. The MONMOUTHSHIRE HUNT STEEPLE-CHASE Cup, value 25 S., added to a Sweepstakes of 3 sovs. each, was won by Mr. Wynne's ch. g. Noodle, aged, 12st., beating two others.

The SCURRY STEEPLE-CHASE HANDICAP STAKES was won by Mr. Powell's ch. g. Talisman, ayed, beating two others.

BARHAM DOWNS. TUESDAY, April 2.-SWEEPSTAKES of 3 sovs. each, with 30 added, for horses not thorough-bred,

that have been hunted in Kent.-Two-mile heats. Mr. Simmond's ch. g. Cadland, aged, 10st. 6lb.

5 1 1 Mr. Wotton's br. m. Susan Watch, aged, 10st. 4lb.

2 5 Mr. West's b. g. Corinthian Tom, aged, 10st. 6lb...

1 3 dr. Mr. Mount's br. m. Kate Kearney, 6 yrs, 10st. 4lb.

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2 dr. Mr. Leigh's ch. m. Nell Gwynne, aged, 10st. 61b.

4 4 dr. Three others started for the first heat, and were distanced.

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BIBURY MEETING.

(OLD COURSE). SATURDAY, À pril 6.—The BIBURY STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., for horses not thoroughs

bred, &c.--The winner to be sold for 150 sovs. if demanded, &c.-About two miles.-Eight

subscribers. Lord Andover's bl. g. by Defence, 6 yrs, 11st. 7lb.

........... walked over. THE SHERBORNE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, l. ft., with 10 added:-four-year-olds, 9st. 71b. ; five,

10st. 710.; six, llst. ; and aged, 11st. 71b.-Winners once before the day of naming to carry

5łb.; twice, 10lb. extra.-Mares and geldings allowed 31b.-One mile.-Five subs. Mr. Dolphin's ch. h. The Skater, by Velocipede, 6 yrs (Owner) Captain Pettat's b. h. Caliph, by Sultan, aged

2 A SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs, each, h. ft., for hunters not thorough-bred, &c.-13st. each. About

one mile.-Eight subs. Captain Pettat’s Don Sebastian, by Adventurer, aged (Mr. Fairlie)

............. 1 Mr. Day's Conservative

........ 2 TAE AGRICULTURAL STAKES of 3 sovs. each, with 10 added, for farmers' horses.-Two miles. Lord Folkstone na. b. g. Donation (late Fidelio), by Topsy-turvy or Potsheen...... walked over.

The Hack Stakes of 5 sovs. each-the winner to be sold for £40-three quarters of a milewas won by Lord Andover's bl. g. by Defence, 6 yrs, 11st. 71b. (Captain Berkeley) beating four others.

The HURDLE RACE of 5 sovs, each, with 5 added_was won by Mr. Bruce na. Cantatrice (Mr. Williams) beating Mr. Day's Conservative and Mr. Dolphin's Pet.

HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 5 sovs. each, 1 ft.--One mile.--Six subs. Captain Pettat's Don Sebastian, by Adventurer, aged, 10st. 1215. (Captain Berkeley)

1 Mr. Dolphin's The Skater, by Velocipede, 6 yrs, 11st. 10lb.

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THE HOO, HERTS. SATURDAY, April 6.-Match, two miles.--Mr. Brand's bl. g. Norman, aged, 12st. (Owner), beat Mr. Daniel's Millard, 11st. 71b. THE ANNIVERSARY Stakes of 10 sovs. each, h. ft.--To be ridden by Gentlemen resident in the

County, or Members of the Club.--Two miles.-Six subs. Mr. Webber's Harold, by Master Henry, aged, 11st. 71b. (Owner).

1 Mr. Wilshere's Borak, 11st. 71b. Mr. Delmè Radcliffe's Vagrant, by Tramp, aged, 11st. 121)........ Mr. Daniel's The Unknown, by Emilius, aged, 11st. 121b. Mr. Brand's Amian, 12st.

5 THE FARMERS' Cup, in specie, was won, at two two-mile heats, by Mr. Lattimore's br. m. (Mr. Heysham) beating three others. HUNTERS' Stakes (Handicap) of 10 sovs. each, h. ft.-Gentlemen riders.--Two miles. Six subs. Mr. Webber's Harold, by Master Henry, aged, 12st. 12lb. (Owner).......

1 Mr. Delme Radcliffe's Vagrant, by Tramp, aged, 12st. 51b. ............

2 Mr. Read's Redwing

.......................... 3 Mr. Brand's bl. g. Norman, aged, 10st. 121b.

4 Mr. Latour's Grimaldi, 10st, 5lb.

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BATH SPRING MEETING, WEDNESDAY, April 10.–Produce SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sovs. each, hi ft., for half-bred three

year-olds :-colts, 8st. 71b. ; fillies and geldings, 8st. 415.-One mile.--Three subs. Mr. Goodlake's bl. c. Cerberus, by Defence out of Charlotte (Connelly)

1 Mr. C. W. Codrington's b. c. Master Teddy, by Brother to Defensive out of Variety...

........... 2 The LANSDOWNE TRIAL STAKES of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., for horses that have never won (Matches

excepted):-three-year-olds, 7st. 7ib. ; four, 8st. 10b. ; five, 9st. lib.; six, 9st. 5th.; and

aged, 9st. 7lb.-Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.-One mile and a quarter.- Ten subs. Mr. Houldsworth's b. c. Taunton, by Lambtonian out of Deposit, 3 yrs (Natt.) Mr. Collins's ch. c. Springfield, 3 yrs............

............ 2 Mr. Sadler's b. f. Deceit, Sister to Defender, 3 yrs ........

3 The foll also started but were not placed: Mr. Bristow's ch. f. Su

na, by Dr. Faustus out of Mary, 3 yrs; Mr. Houldsworth's br. c. Calico, by Filho da Puta out of Corset; and Mr. S. Herbert's b. f. Caracole, by Brutandorf out of Miss Fox, 3 yrs. The WESTON STAKES of 30 sovs. each, 20 ft., with 20 added, for two-year-olds. The straight half

mile.-Nine subs. Mr. Roe's ch. f. Darkness, by Glencoe out of Fanny by Whisker, 8st. (Natt.)

1 Mr. Etwall's b. c. Hill Coolie, by Mulatto, dam by Figaro, 8st. 31b.

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Harris's b. c. Mariner, by Jack Tar out of Kittums, 8st. 31b. ; Mr. Baskerville's ch. c. by Belshazzar out of Varia, 8st. 3lb.; and Mr. Thompson's ch. f. Sovereign Lady, by Priam out of Her Majesty, 8st.

March for 50 sovs., two miles and a distance.---Sir E. Scott's ch. g. Tommy, by Memnon, 10st. (Mr. J. Bayly), beat Mr. Bolton's b. m. Crazy Jane, by Dardanus, 9st. THE LADIES' SILVER Cup, value 30 sovs., added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, for horses not

thorough-bred:-three-year-olds, 8st. 81b. ; four, 9st. 7lb.; five, 10st. 71b. ; six, 1lst. 2/b. ;
and aged, llst. 7lb.--Mares and geldings allowed 31.—Horses having won £50 (Matches
excepted) to carry 101b, extra. The owner of the second horse to receive back his Stake.-

Gentlemen riders. One mile and a half and a distance. Fifteen subs.
Mr. Foster's ch. f. Bellissima, by Bizarre, 4 yrs (Mr. Sadler).
Mr. Galpin's Arctic, by Brutandorf, 6 yrs

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Collett's d. m. Duenna, by Reveller, aged; Captain Blathwayt's ro. m. Lucy Ashton, by Rajah, 5 yrs; Mr. Collins's ch. c. Freeman, by Emancipation out of Sister to Countess; and Mr. Tucker's Lucretia, by Dr. Faustus out of Victoria's dam, 4 yrs (who bolted).

March for 50 sovs., two miles and a half. Mr. Adams's b. h. Momus, by Cardinal Puff out of Mima, 5 yrs, 8st. 7ib., recd. ft. from Mr. Stapylton's b. m. Mytton Lass, 5 yrs, 9st. The BATH Stakes (Handicap) of 20 sovs. each, h. ft., and 5 only if declared, &c., with 20 added.

One mile and a half and a distance.--Eighteen subs., nine of whom paid 5 sovs. each. Mr. Houldsworth's b. c. Taunton, by Lambtonian out of Deposit, 3 yrs, 6st. 716. (R. Pettit) 1 Mr. Foster's b. h. Combat, by Defence, 6 yrs, 9st. 5tb.

2 Mr. Stevens's gr. h. Tell-tale, by Swap, 6 yrs, 9st. ....

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Tomes's gr. g. Isaac, by Figaro, aged, 9st. 51b. ; and Mr. Yarworth's b, f, Pollio, dam by Phantom out of Dido, 3 yrs, 5st. 1016.

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THURSDAY, April 11.-SWEEPSTAKES of 15 sovs. each, 5 ft. :-three-year-olds, Ist. 71b.; four,

Ust. 31b, ; five, 11 st. 71b. ; six, 12st. 2/b. ; and aged, 12st. 515.--Thorough-bred horses to

carry 71b, extra.--Gentlemen riders. The last half mile. Six subs. Mr. Foster's b. h. Combat, by Defence, 6 yrs (Mr. Sadler).....

1 Mr. Galpin's Arctic, by Brutandorf, 6 yrs........

2 The DYRHAM PARK HANDICAP Stakes of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 20 added, for horses of all

denominations.--Gentlemen riders. One mile and a half and a distance.--Five subs. Mr. Collett's d. m. Duenna, by Reveller, half-bred, aged, llst. 71b. (Mr. Becher)

1 Mr. Bagnell's b. f. Lauretta, 4 yrs, 9st. 131b.

2 Mr. Foster's Bellissima, Sister to Nike, half-bred, 4 yrs, 11st. 71b.

3 Captain Pettat's Don Sebastian by Adventurer, half-bred, aged, 11st.

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The York STAKES (Handicap) of 5 sovs, each, with 20 added.-One-mile heats.--Eight subs. Mr. Tomes's gr. g. Isaac, by Figaro, aged, 8st. 121b. (S. Darling)

1 1 Mr. Fook's ch. f. Clara, by St. Patrick, 4 yrs, 7st. 101b....

.......... 3 2 Mr. Tucker's Lucretia, by Dr. Faustus out of Victoria's dam, 4 yrs, 7st. 6lb.

] 2 dr. Fulwar Craven's Doncaster, by Bustard, 5 yrs, 9st. 2lb.

4 dr. Mr. Collett's Duenna, by Reveller, aged, 8st. Ifb........

3 dr. Mr. Houldsworth's Calico, 3 yrs, 6st. 121b.

dr. Mr. Goodlake's Cerberus, by Defence out of Charlotte, 3 yrs, 6st. 41h. ................. 2 5 dr.

A Hurdle Race of 5 sovs, each, with 10 added.--11st. 7lb, each.-A winner of a Hurdle Race or

Steeple-chase in 1838 or 1839 to carry 71b. extra.-Gentlemen riders.--Heats, a mile and a

half and a distance, with three leaps in each heat. Mr. Adams's b. h. Momus, by Cardinal Puff out of Mima, 6 yrs (Mr. Becher)

1 Lord Andover's bl. g. by Defence, 6 yrs....... Mr. J. Hardy's Woodman, by Astbury, aged....

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DURHAM. FRIDAY, April 19.-A Plate of £50, given by the Members for the City, for horses that never

won £50 at any time in Plate or Stakes before the day of running.--Two-mile heats. Mr. R. Watson's br. f. Little Bird, Sister to The Saddler, 4 yrs, 8st, 2lb. (Heseltine).. 1 1 Colonel Cradock’s b. c. Messmate, by Liverpool, 3 yrs, 7st. 5ib.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 Mr. King's b. f. by Langar out of Tesane, 3 yrs, 7st. 21b..... ................. 1 Mr. Smith's br. f. by Medoro out of Floranthe, 3 yrs, 7st. 2/b. ...................... Mr. Walker's br. c. Manfred, by Muley, 4 yrs, 8st. 5lb.

2 Mr. Attwood's ch. c. by Callisthene, dam by Deceiver, 3 yrs, 7st. 51b. Mr. Clifton's br. c. The Chartist, by Lucerne, dam by Leopold, 3 yrs, 7st. 515. (bolted) dis.

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THE MACARONI STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 20 added, for horses not thorough-bred.--Gentleman

riders.--Two miles. Mr. Wilkinson's br. g. Donald Caird, by Mozart, 6 yrs, 12st. (Mr. Boag).

1 Mr. Lister's b. m. Eliza, aged, 12st.

2 Two others started.

SATURDAY, April 20.--The Selling Stares of 5 sovs, each, with 20 added, for all ages.

The owner of the second horse to receive back his Stake.--Heats, a mile and a half.-Six

subscribers. Mr. Chilton's b. c. Neptune, by Physician out of Fisher Lass, 3 yrs, 7st. .................

1 Mr. Attwood's br. f. Thero, by Leonardo out of Theano's dam, 4 yrs, 7st. 11 lb....

2 Mr. Waring's b. g. The Stag, by Actæon out of a Sir David mare, aged, 8st. 111b.

1 Mr. Bell's br. h. Swainby, by Waverley, 6 yrs, 9st... .............

2 THE HURDLE Race of 3 sovs. each, with 15 added_12st. each-the second horse to receive 5 sovs.-heats, a mile and a half, with three leaps-was won, in two heats, by Mr. H. Marshall's b. m. Eliza, aged, beating Mr. Spearman's br. m. by M'Orville, Captain Pott's b. g. Old and Bold, and two others.

TAVISTOCK TUESDAY, April 23.-The Ladies' PLATE of 25 sovs., added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sovs, each,

3 ft.-Heats, one mile and a distance. Five subs. Mr. C. Trelawny's b. f. by Hindostan out of Frederica by Sultan, 3 yrs, 7st. 51b.

1 1 Mr. Taunton's b. c. Warleigh, by Wrangler out of Prosody, half-bred, 3 yrs, 7st. 11b.

3 2 Mr. Scobell's b. m. Snatchblock, half-bred, 5 yrs, 9st. 2/b.

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