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SWEEPSTAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 50 added by the Stand Committee, for horses that never won

before the day of entry :-three-year-olds, 6st. 121b. ; four, 8st. 2lb. ; five, 8st. 8fb.; six and

aged, 8st. 121b).-Mares allowed 31b.-Two-mile heats. Mr. W. Denham's b. f. Query, by Emancipation out of Miniature, 4 yrs (G. Whitehouse), 1 2 1 Mr. Smith's ch. c. The Pedlar, by Belzoni out of Effie, 4 yrs............

2 Mr. W. Scott's b. f. Fame, by Margrave out of Consol's dam, 3 yrs.................... dr. Mr. Harker's gr. c. Colchicum, by Physician, 3 yrs ........

dr. Lord Stanley's br. c. Charlatan, by Physician, 3 yrs.......

2 dr. Sir T. Stanley's b. g. Barboni, by St. Nicholas out of Neva by Tramp, 4 yrs ........... 3 dr. Captain Lamb's ch. c. Nimrod, by Musquito out of Suke, 4 yrs............

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TUESDAY, May 7.– The Late STAND Cup, value 100 sovs., the gift of the Hon. E. M. LI.

Mostyn, added to a Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each :-three-year-olds, 6st. 41b.; four, 8st. 4lb. five, &st. 121b. ; six and aged, 9st. 315.-Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.-One mile and a

quarter.— Ten subs. Mr. Ferguson's ch. h. Harkaway, by Economist, 5 yrs (Calloway) Sir T. Stanley's b. c. Gasparoni, by St. Nicholas, 4 yrs ...

2 The following also started but were not placed:Mr. Price's br. g. Captain Pops, by Priam, 4 yrs ; Mr. Ogden's br. c. Harpurhey, by Voltaire, 4 yrs; Captain Lamb's ch. h. Chit-chat, by Velocipede, 5 yrs; and Mr. Buckley's ch. c. Charley, Brother to Tom, by Muley, 3 yrs (carried 6st. 121b.) ---Twelve to 10 agst Harkaway, 15 to 6 ag st Captain Pops, and 4 to 1 agst Gasparoni. Her Majesty's Plate of 100gs. :—three-year-olds, 7st. 2th. ; four, 9st. 21b.; five, 10st.; six and

aged, 10st. 510.-Thrice round. Captain Lamb's ch. h. Chil-chat, by Velocipede, 5 yrs (Connelly)

1 Sir R. W. Bulkeley's b. f. Piccotee, by Teniers, 4 yrs.....

The following also started but were not placed :~Mr. Barrow's b. m. Catherina, by Whisker, aged; and Mr. R. S. Johnstone's br. h. Job Trotter, by Robin Hood out of Lillah, 6 yrs.

Six to 5 agst Catherina, and 3 to 1 agst Chit-chat. Sweepstakes of 25 sovs. each, for two-year-olds:-colts, 8st. 5lb. ; and fillies, 8st. 21.-Half a

mile.-Nine subs. Mr. Fowler's b. c. by Saracen out of Minikin (Dodgson)...

1 Sir T. Stanley's b. f. Susanetta, by Battledore, dam by Catton out of Melrose ....

The following also started but were not placed :-Lord Stanley's ch. c. Cornuto, by Actæon out of Scandal ; Mr. F. R. Price's br. f. The Rose of Maelor, by Pantaloon or The Tulip out of Valve ; Sir R. W. Bulkeley's ch. f. Jenny Jones, by Birdcatcher out of Mrs. Suggs; Mr. T: Walters's ch. f. The Rose, by Priam out of Malibran; and Captain Lamb's b. c. Brother to Enterprise, by Belzoni.

Two to 1 agst The Rose, 3 to 1 agst The Rose of Maelor, and 3 to 1 agst the winner.

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Sixty GUINEAS, the gift of the Members for the City :-three-year-old colts, 6st. 8tb. ; and fillies,

6st, Gib.: four-year-old colts, 8st. 41b.; and fillies, 8st. llb.-Heats, once round and a distance. Mr. Buckley's ch. c. Charley, by Muley, 3 yrs-carried 6st. 121b. (G. Whitehouse)

1 Mr. Meiklam's br. c. The Drone, by Pantaloon, 4 yrs........

2 dr Mr. Price's b. f. The Lady Abbess, by St. Nicholas out of Neva, 3 yrs---carried 7st.

dr. Mr. Ogden's b. c. St. Leonard, by St. Nicholas out of lone, 4 yıs .........

dr. Captain Lamb's br. c. Speed, by Physician, 3 yrs .........

dr. Mr. W. Browne's ch. f. by Irish Blacklock, 3 yrs-carried 6st. 8/b.

dr. Mr. Standbank's ch. f. by Tramp or Clinker, 3 yrs

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WEDNESDAY, May 8.- The Dee Stakes of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-olds :- colts,

8st. 71b.; and fillies, &st. 21b. Once round, starting at the Castle-pole and finishing at the

Coming-in Chair.-Seven subs.
Lord Stanley's b. €. Apothecary, by Physician (Templeman)...

1 Lord Westminster's ch, c. The Recorder, by Langar out of Laura .......

............ 2 Mr. T. Walters's ch, c. Sir Mark, Brother to Rococo

............ 3 The following also started but were not placed: --Mr. F. R. Price's ch. c. Dulcimer, by Muley out of Dulcamara; and Sir R. W. Bulkeley's b. c. Owen Swift, by Jerry, dam by Caccia Piatti.

Seven to 4 on Apothecary, 4 to 1 agst Dulcimer, and 4 to 1 agst The Recorder. A SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, the Stand Cup, valuc 100 sovs., to be added if not walked over

for:-three-year-olds, 6st. 101b, ; four, &st. 5lb. ; five, 8st. 121b. ; six and aged, 9st. 21. Mares and geldings allowed 31b.-A winner of 100 sovs. in plate or specie, to carry 3it.

twice, 51b. ; and thrice, 71b. extra.-Twice round and a distance.--Fourteen subscribers. Lord Westminster's br. h. Cardinal Pup, by Pantaloon, 5 yrs

walked over * The jockey weighed for Mr. Ferguson's Harkaway, and the horse was on the ground, but was afterwards drawn. VOL. XIX.-SECOND SERIES.No. 110.

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The Cestrian Stakes of 5 govs. each, with 30 added by a portion of the Town Council, and 10 gś.

for the second horse given by the Chester Victoria Rowing Club Commillee :-three-yearolds, 6st. 101h.; four, 8st. 3lb.; five, &st. 12/b. ; six and aged, 9st. 2/b.-Mares and geldings allowed 3tb.; the beaten horses in the Maiden Plate, 71b.; horses not thorough bred, 10lb.A winner of 100 sovs. previous to the time of starting to carry 31b.; twice, 5lb. extra.-Heats,

once round and a distance. Sir T. Stanley's b. g. Barboni, by St. Nicholas out of Neva by Tramp, 4 yrs (Lye)

1 1 Captain Lamb's ch. c. Nimrod, by Musquito out of Suke, 4 yrs Mr. W. Denham's b. f. Query, by Emancipation out of Miniature, 4 yrs ...

2 Mr. James's ch, g. by Corinthian, dam by Seducer out of a half-bred mare, 5

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THURSDAY, May 9.—THE BEESTON CASTLE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added by the

Gentlemen of Cheshire and the Principality.- One mile and a half.-Eight subs. Mr. Griffiths's ch. h. Lugwardine, by Bobadil, 5 yrs, 7st. 2015. (Chapple)...

1 Mr. Kent's b. h. Vernal, by Actæon, 5 yrs, 7st. 121b.

2 Mr. Price's ch. f. Zillah, by Reveller, 4 yrs, 8st. 101b.

3 The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Dickston's b. h. Anvil, by Gaberlunzie, 5 yrs, 7st. ; Lord Miltown's ch. c. Lepreuchaun, by Skylark or Zealot, 3 yrs, 6st.; and Mr. Ogden's b. c. St. Leonard, by St. Nicholas out of Ione, 4 yrs, 7st. 2ib.

Six to 4 agst Zillah, 3 to 1 agst St. Leonard, and 4 to 1 agst Vernal.

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THE MARQUIS OF WESTMINSTER's Place of 100 sovs. added to a Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each,

h. ft. :-three-year-olds, a feather; four, 8st. ; five, 9st. ; six and aged, 9st. Alb.-Thrice

round.--Fight subs. Captain Berkeley's br. h. Caruan, by Camel, 5 yrs (Connelly)

1 Mr. Ferguson's ch. h. Harkaway, by Economist, 5 yrs.......

2 Sir T. Stanley's b. h. Cowboy, by Voltaire, 5 yrs

3 Five to 4 agst Cowboy, 6 to 4 agst Harkaway, and 4 and 5 to 1 agst Caravan. THE SELLING STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 30 added by the Citizens :-three-year-olds, 6st. 101b.;

four, 8st. 51b. ; five, 8st. 12/b. ; six and aged, Ost. 21b.-Mares and geldings allowed 31b.-The

winner to be sold for 100 sovs. if demanded, &c.—Heats, the Grosvenor Course. Seven subs. Mr. Price's b. f. The Lady Abbess, by St. Nicholas, 3 yrs (Stag)

2 1 Mr. Mostyn's b. f. Wonder, by Brutandorf out of Tesane, 4 yrs ......

1 2 Mr. T. Walters's ch. m. The Fairy, by Shrigley, 5 yrs.......

3 Mr. Frost's br. f. Viola, by Filho-da Puta out of Moselle, 3 yrs--carried 6lb. over .... 2 dr. Mr. W. Barrow's ch, f. Fairplay, by Belzoni, 4 yrs

dr. Mr. Simpson's ch. m. Restore, by Recovery, dam by Swiss, 5 yrs.........

dr. FRIDAY, May 10.-The PALATINE STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-olds :-colls,

8st. 71b.; and fillies, Sst. 21b.—Those by untried stallions or out of untried mares allowed 3ib. ; both, 5tb.-Once round, starting at the Castle-pole, and finishing at the Coming-in

Chair..Seven subs. Sir T. Stanley's b. c. Apothecary, by Physician out of Dairymaid, &st. 415. (Templeman) Lord Westminster's ch. c. The Recorder, by Langar out of Laura, 8st. 4fb........ .......... 2

Two to 1 on Apothecary. THE CHESHIRE Stakes of 25 sovs. each, 15 ft. and only 5 if declared, &c., with 50 added by the

Citizens of Chester.— The winner of the Tradesmen's Plate to carry 51b. extra. The owner of the second horse to receive back his Stake.- Two miles.--Fifteen subs., four of whom paid

only 5 sovs. each. Sir T. Stanley's b. c. Gasparoni, by St. Nicholas, 4 yrs, 7st. 9th. (Connelly).

1 Captain Healey's ch. g. Van Buren, by Velocipede, 5 yrs, 7st. 9ib.

2 The following also started but were not placed :-Captain Lamb's ch. h. Chit-chat, by Veloci. pede, 5 yrs, 8st. lllb ; Mr. Buckley's ch. c. Tom, by Muley, 4 yrs, 7st. 11lb. : Mr. Edge's ch. c. Bilboa, by Muley, 4 yrs, 6st. 10lb.; and Lord Miltown's ch. m. Cruiskeen, by Sir Hercules, 5 yrs, 6st. 8tb.Seven to 4 agst Gasparoni, and 5 to 2 agst Van Buren.

THE ROODEE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 50 added by the Stand Committee, for three

year-olds that have run during the week.-Once round and in, starting at the Two-year-old

Post.-Six subs.
Mr. W. Scott's b. f. Fame, by Margrave, 7st. 4lb. (Lye).....

1 Sir T. Stanley's ch. c. Peter Parley, 7st.

The following also started but were not placed :--Mr. Mostyn's b. c. Papineau, by Emancipation out of Archduchess, 7st. 10lb. ; Mr. T. Walters's ch. C. Sir Mark, Brother to Rococo, 8şt. 2/b.; and Captain Lamb's b. c. Speed, by Physician, 7st. 61b.

Six to 4 on Fame, and 4 to 1 agst Sir Mark,

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THE WIKRAL Stakes of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added by the Gentlemen of Wirrall:-two-year

olds, 6st. 12th. ; and three, 9st.Fillies and geldings allowed 21). The owner of the second

horse to receive back his Stake.-Three-quarters of a mile.-Six subs. Mr. Buckley's ch. f. Sister to Gilbert Gurney, by Muley, 3 yys (Connelly)

1 Lord Stanley's br. c. Charlatan, by Physician, 3 yrs...

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Fowler's ch. f. Concordia, by Emancipation, 3 yrs ; and Mr. Jones's b. c. The Poet, 3 yrs.--Even on Concordia. The LADIES' PURSE, value £50, for the beaten horses :-three-year-olds, 6st. 10lb. ; four, 8st. ;

five, 8st. 9lb. ; six and aged, 8st. 121b).-Mares and geldings allowed 21H.-A winner of £50 clear to carry 21b.; of two, 5lb. ; of three or more, 81b, extra.- The owner of the second

horse to receive £10.-Heats, twice round, starting at the Coming-in Chair. Mr. T. Walters's br. h. King Cole, by Memnon, 6 yrs (Marlow).... Lord Miltown's ch. c. Lepreuchaun, 3 yrs ....

2 1 3 Lord Normanby's b. m. Gipsy, by Sir Hercules, 6 yrs ....

2 Sir R. W. Bulkeley's b. c. Owen Swift, by Jerry, dam by Caccia Piatti, 3 yrs

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GORHAMBURY. TUESDAY, May 7.-The Ladies' Plate of £50, for maiden horses:-three-year-olds, 7st. ; four,

8st. Tilb. ; five, 9st. 6]b. ; six and aged, 9st. 10lb.-Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.--The

winner to be sold for 120 sovs. if demanded, &c.—Fir Clump in, about two miles. Mr. G. Dockeray's b, c, Guardsman, by Waterloo, 4 yrs (Butler)...

1 Mr. Brand's ch. g. Borak, 6 yrs ....

2 The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. G. Cowley's b. f. Spangle, half-bred, 4 yrs; Mr. Ongley's br. g. Liliputian, 6 yrs ; Mr. V. King's b. c. Harmodius, by Augustus out of Lady Henry by Orville, 3 yrs; Mr. Coleman's b. f. Olive, by Young Emilius, dam by Orville, 4 yrs; Mr. Whittington's br. m. Falklandina, Sister to Uncle Bob, 6 yrs; and Mr. Sawyer's b. f. Tittle-tattle, by Skip, dam by Tiresias, 4 yrs. The GORHAMBURY Stakes of 25 sovs. each, 15 ft. and only 5 if declared, &c., with 50 added.

Fir Clump in.-Eighty-three subs, sixty-one of whom paid only 5 sovs. each. Mr. Coleman's b. h. Calmuck, by Zinganee, 6 yrs, 8st. 21b. (W. Coleman)..

1 Captain Williamson's br. h. Mervan (late Promise), by Shakspeare, 5 yrs, 7st. 31b. Mr. V. King's br. h. Ruby, by Reveller, 5 yrs, 7st. 918.

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Forster's b. h. Combat, by Defence, 6 yrs, 8st. 71b. (broke down); Lord Exeter's ch. g. Adrian, Brother to Augustus, 5 yrs, 7st. 111b. ; Mr. Meiklam's b. g. Wee Willie, by Liverpool, yrs, 7st. 71b. ; Mr. Garrard's b. h. Cornborough, by Tramp out of Miss Armstrong, 5 yrs, 7st. 3lb. ; Mr. Bond's ch. m. Voluptuary, hy Reveller, 5 yrs, 7st. ; Mr. Shelley's br. f. Paraquay, 4 yrs, 7st. ; Lord Albemarle's ch. c. Bullcalf, 4 yrs, 6st. 11lb.; Mr. Theobald's ch. c. Caligula, 4 yrs, 6st. 101b.; General Grosvenor's Dædalus, 4 yrs, 6st. 10lb.; Captain Pearson's br. c. Davie Gellatley, 4 yrs, 6st. 91b. ; Mr. R. Boyce's ch. c. Hahneman, 4 yrs, Gst. 8tb. ; Mr. Dockeray's b. c. Brush, 4 yrs, 6st. 81b.; Mr. Curwen's b. f. Isabella (late Maid of Hertford), 4 yrs, 6st. 4tb ; Mr. E. V. Fox's b. c. Taunton, 3 yrs, 6st. ; and Mr. Worrall's b. c. Antler, 3 yrs, 5st.

Five to 1 agst Adrian, 6 to 1 agst Hahneman, 8 to 1 agst Antler, 8 to 1 agst Ruby, 12 to 1 agst Taunton, 12 to 1 agst Combat, 100 to 8 agst Calmuck, 15 to 1 agst Bullcalf, 15 to 1 agst Wee Willie, and 18 to 1 agst Mervan. THE LADIES' STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added from the Fund:-1lst. 101h, each ; thorough

bred horses, 7ib. extra.-Gentlemen riders.--Heats, Cherry Tree in.-Nine subs. Mrs. Theobald na. Paulina, aged (Mr. Curwen)

1 1 Mrs. Phillimore na, Harold, aged Lady Verulam na. Bertha....

3 Mrs. Brand na. Ruby, 5 yrs

3 dr. Lady Craven na. Victoria..

dr. Mrs. Isted na. b. m. Eva, 5 yrs..

dr. Lady Mary Grimston na. Liliputian

dr. THE RESERVE Plate of £50:-three-year-olds, 7st. ; four, 8st. 71b. ; five, 9st. ; six and aged,

9st. 5lb.-Winners once to carry 3lb. ; twice, 5tb. extra.-Mares and geldings allowed 3lb. ; and maiden horses, 4tb.—The winner to be sold for 200 sovs. if demanded, &c.—Heats, the

Fir Clump in.
Mr. Parr's ch. h. Malton, by IIumphrey Clinker, 5 yrs (Ovner)

1 Mr. Shepherd's br. f. Tenebrosa, 3 yrs

2 2 Mr. Theobald's ch. c. Caligula, 4 yrs

3 Mr. Brand's ch. g. Borak, aged

dr. Mr. Turner's ch. g. Sir Felix, aged Mr. Roberts's b. f. Bustle, 4 yrs, half-bred.....

dr. Mr. Coleman's ch. c. Kensington, 4 yrs ...........

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Match for 50 sovs., h. ft., Fir Clump in, Owners to ride.- Mr. Webber's b. g. Harold, by Master Henry, l1st. 101b., walkegi over, and recd. ft. from Mr. Bruce's gr. g. The Miller, aged, 1 2st. 3lb.

WEDNESDAY, May 8.- The Town PLATE of £50:--three-year-olds, 7st. , four, 8st. 71b.; five,

9st.; six and aged, 9st. 51b.–Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.; and maiden horses, 4lb.-

The winner to be sold for 200 sovs. if demanded, &c.-Heats, Fir Clump in. Mr. G. Dockeray's b. c. Guardsman, by Waterloo, 4 yrs (Butler).

4 1 1 Mr. Shepherd's br. f. Tenebrosa, 3 yrs

1 2 2 Mr. Parr's b. m. The Howdy, 5 yrs

2 4 3 Mr. Adams's b. f. Anne, 4 yrs .......

...... 3 3 dr. Mr. Ongley's b. f. Harriet, 4 yrs

5 dr. Match for 100 sovs., h, ft., 12st. 41b. each,,Fir Clump in.-Mr. Sutton's b. m. Peasdorf, 6 yrs (Mr. Box), beat Mr. Blyth's ch. b. Meteor.

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THB Verulam STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 50 added:-three-year-olds, 6st. 71b. ; and four

8st. 31b.--The owner of the second horse to receive back his Stake.- Verulam Course, three

miles.--Eleven subs, General Grosvenor's ch.c. Dedalus, by Buzzard, 4 yrs (W. Boyce) Mr. Worrall's b. c. Antler, 3 yrs

..................... 2 Lord Chesterfield's br. c. by Mulatto or Starch out of Young Petuaria, 3 yrs Mr. Coleman's bl. c. Bristolian, 4 yrs Mr. Currie's Kensington, 4 yrs

5 Six to 4 agst Antler, 3 to 1 agst Young Petuaria colt, 3 to 1 agst Bristolian, and 3 to 1 agst Dedalus

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THE KINGSBURY STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added:-12st. each.-Gentlemen riders. The

winner to be sold for 150 sovs. if demanded, &c.-Stand Course. Eight subs. Mr. Parr's ch. h. Mallon, 5 yrs (Owner)

1 Mr. Webber's b. g. Harold, aged

........ 2 The following also started but were not placed :- Mr. Anderson's Vandyke, aged ; Mr. Bishop's Pilot; Mr. Nightingale's Ada, aged ; Mr. Coleman's Victoria, 6 yrs; and Mr. Armstrong's Colverstown.

A HANDICAP of 3 sovs. each, with 30 added.-T. Y.C.
Mr. Balchin's b. f. Launchaway, by Tarrare, dam by Waxy, 4 yrs, 8st. (Wakefield)

1 Mr. Blyth's Meteor, 7st. 515.

........ 2 The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Theobald's Paulina, 8st. llib. ; Mr. Parr's Malton, 9st.; Mr. Sutton's Peasdorf, 8st. 71b. ; and Mr. Messer's b. f. Susan, 3 yrs, 6st. 121b.

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KELSO SPRING MEETING. WEDNESDAY, May 1.–Tue DUKE OF ROXBURGH'S Plate of 50gs., for all ages.--Heats, a mile

and a half. Mr. Ramsay's ch. m. Sunbeam, by Vanish, 6 yrs, 8st. 81b. (Gillam)

1 Mr. Robertson's br. g. Berwickshire (late Athenian), by Partisan, 6 yrs, &st. stb. ........... 2 2 Lord J. Scott's br. c. by Voltaire, dam by Octavius out of Lady of the Lake, 4 yıs, 8st...... 3 3 The Duke or BUCCLEUCH'S PLATE of £50, for horses the property of Farmers residing within the

limits of His Grace's Hunt.--The winner to be sold for 200 sovs. if demanded, &c.-To be

ridden by Farmers or their Sons.—Heats, once round and a distance. Mr. J. Laing's ch.g. Birthday, by Percy, 6 yrs, 13st. 61b. (Owner)..

1 Mr. Usher's br. g. Hab, by Rocket, aged, llst. lilb.

2 Mr. Binnie's ch. g. The Laird's Brother, aged, 13st. lib... .................. Mr. J. Harpur's ch. m. Little Mary, aged, 12st. Głb.

4 THE OMNIPARITY Plate, added to a Subscription of 3 sovs. each, for any horse the property of

Farmers or Members of a Yeomanry Corps.--Heats, a mile and a half.---Three subs. Mr. Baigrie's b. m. Princess, by Richard, aged, 12st. 71b....

1 Mr. Arthur's b. g. Clansman, aged, 12st. 71b.

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THURSDAY, April 2.—HUNTERS' STAKES of 5 9088. each, for horses that have been regularly

hunted : 12st. each..Gentlemen riders.---Two-mile heats.--Nine subs. Mr. J. Laing's ch. g. Birthday, hy Percy, 6 yrs (Owner)...

1 1 Mr. Robertson's b.g. Robin Roughhead, by Sober Robin, aged...

..... 2 dr. Mr. Wilkinson's br. g. Donald Caird, by Mozart, 6 yrs

........................ 3 dr. Lord John Scott's br. h, Cant, by Canteen

.................................. 4 dr. Mr. Binnie's ch. g. The Laird's Brother, aged ........................................... 6 dr.

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The Oats Stakes of 5 bolls each, for horses of all ages.--One-mile heats.-Nine subs. Mr. Wilkinson's br. g. Donald Caird, by Mozart, 6 yrs, 12st. (Mr. Boag)

1 1 Mr. Crawford's b. m. Norna, aged, 12st......

2 2 Mr. Baigrie's b. m. Princess, by Richard, aged, 12st. ................

........... 3 Lord John Scott's ch. f. by Canteen, dam by Octavius, 3 yrs, 9st. 4lb.

............ 4 dr', THE FARMERS' Plate, for horses of all ages, the property of Farmers.--Heats, once round and

a distance. Mr. J. Fawcus's b. c. Jack Palmer, by Reformer out of Locksley's dam, 3 yrs, 10st. 215. (Mr. E. Mole)

1 1 Mr. R. Arthur's b. g., aged, 12st. 10fb.

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2 3 Mr. Anderson's gr, f. by Houndsfoot, 4 yrs, 11st.

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CURRAGH APRIL MEETING.

MONDAY, April 22.--Match for 100 sovs., h. ft., Connelly's mile.-Captain Macquarrie's b. c. Magpie, hy Blacklock, 4 yrs, 9st., beat Lord Miltown's ch. c. Lepreuchaun, by Skylark or Zealot out of Lottery by Legacy, 2 yrs, 7st.

Free HANDICAP of 10 sovs. each, with 25 added, for two-year-olds.-Rathbride Post.-Five subs, Mr. Watts's br. c. Monasterorris, by Blacklock, dam by Filho, 7st. 4ib.

1 Mr. Murphy's b. f. by Blacklock out of Sylph, 7st. 716. Mr. Barry's c. by Ballysax, 7st. 41b.

3 Mr. Hunter's b. c. Plantagenet, by Skylark, 7st. 4tb.

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SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. and the Gold Cup.-Four miles.-Five subs. Mr. Hutchins's gr. c. Cregane, by Lottery out of Young Noblessa, 3 yrs, 7st.--carried 2/b. extra, i Mr. Knox's ch. c. George, 3 yrs, 7st..........

2 Lord Miltown's ch. f. Cruiskeen, by Sir Hercules, 4 yrs, 8st. 2/b...........

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Post Produce STAKES (Fourth Class) of 25 sovs. each, for two-year-olds.-Connelly's mile.

Seven subs.
Mr. Cunningham's br. c. Roscius, by Turcoman out of Miss Foote, 8st. 11b.

1 Mr. Pottinger's b. c. Hazard, by Lapwing out of Zoe, 8st. 51b.

2 THURSDAY, April 23.—Her MAJESTY's Place of 100 gs. for mares :-three-year-olds, 7st. 121b. ;

four, 8st. 8lb. ; five, 8st. 131b. ; six and aged, 9st.--Four miles. Mr. Fitzpatrick's b. m. Waitstill, by Alcaston, 6 yrs

1 Mr. Montgomery's b. m. Jenny Jones, 5 yrs Mr. Digby's bl. f. Jet, by Sir Hercules, 4 yrs ........ Mr. J. Sherlock's b. f. The Queen of Larks, by Skylark, 3 yrs Madrid STAKES of 15 sovs. each, and 5 ft. if declared, &c., for two year-olds.--The owner of the

second horse to receive back his Stake.-Rathbride Post.-Twenty-one subs., nine of whom

paid 5 sovs. ft. to the winner of the Challenge. Mr. Johnston's ch. c. by Recovery out of Taglioni, 8st. 3lb. Mr. G. Graydon's ch. c. Clinker, by Turcoman, dam by Humphrey Clinker, 7st.

2 Mr. G. Graydon's b. c. Roscius, 8st. 4lb. ......

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Holmes's br. f. Mustard, by Philip, 7st. 91b.; Mr. Barry's ch. f. Prudence, &st. 31b.; Mr. Osborne's b. c. Wings, 8st. 3fb.; Colonel Westenra's br. c. The Cob, 7st. 131b. ; and Mr. Hutchins's b. f. by Vestris, 7st. 131b.

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WEDNESDAY, April 24.-SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 25 added. The owner of

the second horse to receive back his Stake.-Connelly's mile.--Six subs. Mr. J. Murphy's ch. c. by Napoleon, dam by Dandy, 4 yrs, 9st.

1 Mr. Watts’s br. c. Monasterorris, by Blacklock, dam by Filho, 2 yrs, 7st. 31b.

2 Mr. Macdonnell's b, c. The Cob, 2 yrs, 6st. 12lb.

3 Mr. Henchy's ch. g. Frank, 4 yrs, 8st. 101b., also started but was not placed. WELLINGTON STAKES (Handicap) of 30 sor's. each, h. ft., and only 5 if declared, &c.—The owner

of the second horse to receive back his Stake.—Three-year-old Course. Fourteen subs., two

of whom paid 5 sovs. ft. to the winner of the Challenge. Captain Macquarrie's b. c. Magpie, by Blacklock, 4 yrs, 9st. 21b.......

1 Mr. Burke's b. f. Alba, 3 yrs, 7st. ........

2 Mr. Kuox's ch. c. George, 3 yrs, 8st.... Colonel Westenra's b. f. Blush, 3 yrs, 7st. 71b. Mr. Watts's br. c. M. P., by Young Blacklock, 3 yrs, 8st. 31b., also started but was not placed.

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