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THURSDAY, April 25.--Her MAJESTY'S PLATE of 100 gs., for horses, &c. :--two-year-olds,

5st. 71b.; three, 8st. 61b.; four, 9st. 6lb.; five, 9st. 12lb. ; six and aged, 10st.-Four miles. Mr. Hutchins's gr. c. Cregane, by Lottery out of Young Noblessa, 3 yrs....

1 Mr. Ferguson's ch. c. Harkaway, by Economist, 4 yrs

............ 2 FRIDAY, April 26.-CHALLENGE Of The Madrid States of 25 sovs. and the 5 sovs. fts.--Rathbride

Post. Three subs. Mr. Graydon's ch. c. Clinker, 7st.

1 Mr. Osborne's b. c. Wings, by Skylark out of Tidings by Harbinger, 8st. 316.

2 CHALLENGE OF THE WELLINGTON Stakes of 30 sovs. each, and the 5 sovs. fts.-Three-year-old

Course. --Two subs.
Captain Macquarrie's b. c. Magpie, by Blacklock, 4 yrs, 9st. 8lb...........

walked over. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, h, ft., with 25 added. The owner of the second horse to receive

back his Stake.-- Three-year-old Course. Lord Miltown's ch.c. Lepreuchaun, by Skylark or Zealot out of Lottery by Legacy, 2 yrs, 6st. 101b., 1 Mr. Digby's b. c. Reichstadt, 4 yrs, 8st. 21b.

2 Mr. Fitzpatrick's b. m. Waitstill, by Alcaston, 6 yrs, 9st. 31b.

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Watts's br. c. Salute, 3 yrs, 8st. 4th.; Mr. Johnston's Sister to Frank, 3 yrs, 7st. 4lb. ; and Mr. Montgomery's b. m. Jenny Jones, 6 yrs, 8st. 13lb.

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SWEEPSTAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added, for all ages :-two-year-olds, 6st. 8ib.; three, 8st. 3ib. ;

four, 8st. 121b. ; five, Ist. 41b.; six and aged, 9st. 71b.- The winner to be sold, with his engagements, for 60 sovs. if demanded within a quarter of an hour after the race, the owner

of the second horse being first entitled.-Connelly's Mile. Mr. Montgomery's ch. c. Tom-tit, by Skylark, 2 yrs

1 Colonel Westenra's b. f. Wrinkle, 3 yrs......... Mr. Digby's ch. c. Permit, 3 yrs

3 The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Fortescue's ch. f. by Meteor out of Ally Croker, 4 yrs ; Mr. Johnston's Sister to Frank, 3 yrs; and Mr. Hunter's b. c. The Cob, 2 yrs. SATURDAY, April 27.-Her MAJESTY's Place of 100 gs., for three-year-olds :-colts, 8st. 5lb. ;

fillies, 8st. 2lb.-Three miles. Mr. Hutchins's gr. c. Cregane, by Lottery Mr. Knox's ch. c. George

2 Mr. Watts's br. c. M. P., by Young Blacklock........ Mr. Burke's b. f. Alba, Sister to Corsair, by Dandy

4 The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Fortescue's b. c. by Damian de Lacy out of Ally Croker, and Mr. Nolan's b. c. by Skylark. SECOND CLASS OF THE MADRID STAKES of 25 sovs, each, 15 ft., for two-year-olds. The owner of

the second horse to receive back his Stake.--Rathbride Post. Fifteen subs. Mr. G. Graydon's b. c. Roscius, 8st. ...... Lord Miltown's b. f. Medea, by Drone out of Pasta by Catton, 7st. Ilib.

2 Mr. Watts's br. c. Cleone, by Philip or Alcaston, 8st. 71b.

3 The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Barry's ch. f. Prudence, by Economist, 8st. ; Mr. White's c. by Count Porro out of Isabella by Catton, 7st. 131b.; Mr. W. Davis's b. f. Romp, by Reveller out of Calista, 7st. 121b.; Mr. Watts's ch. c. Bryan, 7st. 10lb. ; Lord Miltown's ch. c. Lepreuchann, by Skylark or Zealot out of Lottery by Legacy, 7st. 71b.; and Mr. Murphy's b. f. The Heather Bell, by Young Blacklock or Alcaston out of Sylph, 7st. Alb.

Match for 50 sovs., h. ft., Peel Course.—Mr. O'Connor Henchy's b. g. Burlesque, 8st., beat Lord Miltown's b. f. Poteen, by Young Blacklock, 8st. 71b. SECOND CLASS OF THE CORINTHIAN STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 25 added, for hunters

(racers admitted).-The owner of the second horse to receive back his Stake.-Heats, the

Peel Course. Mr. Watts's br. c. Salute, Brother to The Colonel, by Alcaston out of Zillah, 3 yrs, 8st. 111b. 2 1 1 Mr. Digby's ch. c. Permit, 3 yrs, 11st. 4lb.

3 2 Mr. Hutchins's ch. c. by Young Blacklock, 4 yrs, 12st.

2 3 Colonel Westenra's ch. c. Frank, 4 yrs, 11st. lllb...

3 dr. Mr. Digby's bl. f. Jet, by Sir Hercules, 4 yrs, 11st. 11lb....

dr. Lord Miltown's ch. f. Poteen, by Young Blacklock, 3 yrs, 11st. Ultb.

SWEEPSTAKES of 200 sovs. each, h. ft., for two-year-olds, 8st. 7th. each.- Red Post.-Three subs. Mr. Johnston's ch. c. by Recovery out of Taglioni

walked over. Match for 500 sovs., h. ft., Peel Course. ---Captain Macquarrie's b. c. Magpie, by Young Blacklock, 4 yrs, 9st. lib., agst Lord Miltown's ch. f. Cruiskeen, by Sir Hercules, 4 yrs, 8st. 7lb.Off by consent.

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EPSOM. TUESDAY, May 14.-The CRAVEN STAKes of 10 sovs. each :-three-year-olds, 6st. ; four, 8st.

; five, est. 91b. ; six, 9st. 2/b.; and aged, 9st 5lb.-The last mile and a quarter.-Nine subs. Mr. Bowes's ch. c. Epirus, by Langar, 5 yrs (W. Scott).......

1 Mr. Pettit's b. c. St. Francis, hy St. Patrick out of Surprise, 4 yrs (Connelly) Lord Albemarle's ch. c. Bullcalf, by Taurus out of Destiny, 4 yrs (E. Edwards)... Colonel Peel's br. c. Ion, by Cain out of Margaret, 4 yrs (Pavis)

4 Mr. Rayner's Camellino, by Camel out of Maria, 3 yrs (Cotton)

5 Duke of Richmond's b. c. Vale of Belvoir, by Langar out of Lady Emmeline, 3 yrs (Howlet).... 6 Mr. G. Bulkeley's bl. c. by Actæon out of Christabel, 3 yrs (Percy).

7 Seven to 4 agst St. Francis, 4 10 1 agst Ion, 5 to 1 agst Camellino, and 6 to 1 agst Epirus.

Match for 500 sovs., h. ft., 8st. 71). each, Derby Course.-Duke of Richmond's ch. c. Glen-
livat, by Cetus or Rowton out of Camarine (J. Day), beat Mr. Theobald's ch. c. Forlorn-hope, by
Cydnus out of Waltz. Six to 4 on Glenlivat.
THE WOODCOTE STAKES of 30 sovs. each, h. ft., for two-year-olds :-colts, 8st. 6lb. ; fillies, 8st. 31b.

New T. Y.C.-Three quarters of a mile.--Seven subs.
Lord Albemarle's ch. f. Iris, by Cain out of Elizabeth by Rainbow (E. Edwards).
Mr. Rayner's br. f. Ten-pound-note, by Augustus or Taurus, dam by Centaur (Rogers)
Mr. Firth's b. f. Wilderness, by Camel out of Xarifa by Moses (Wakefield).....

Six to 5 on Ten-pound-note.
THE SHIRLEY STAKES of 25 sovs. each, for three-year-olds :- colts, 8st. 7lb. ; fillies, Sst. 4ib,

One mile.--Seven subs.
Mr. Thornhill's b. c. Montezuma, by Merchant (Connelly)
Lord Albemarle's ch. c. Domino, by Mameluke out of Miss Tree (E. Edwards)
Captain Williamson's b. f. The Drama, by Emilius out of Farce (Natt)...

3 Sir G. Heathcote's b. c. Zephyr, by Velocipede out of Dryad (Chapple)... Mr. Corbet's br. f. Jenny Jones, by Sir Hercules out of Minstrel (M‘Donald)

5 Even and 5 to 4 agst Domino, and 3 to 1 ag st Montezuma. THE Epsom Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with a Subscription added by the Town and Neighbourhood

of Epsom :-three-year-olds, 7st. ; four, 8st. 5lb. ; five, &st. 121b.; six and aged, 9st.--Mares and geldings allowed 31).--The owner of the second horse to receive back his Stake.--The

winner to be sold for 200 sovs. if demanded, &c.-One-mile heats. Lord Stradbroke's ch. f. Io, by Taurus, 3 yrs (Cotton) ...

1 1 Mr. Garrard's b. h. Rienzi, by Tramp, dam by Cervantes, 5 yrs (M'Donald)... Mr. Turner's b. f. Maid-of-the-Mill, by Partisan out of Coquette, 4 yrs (May).

2 Mr. F. Charlton's b. f. Manumission, 3 yrs (Chapple)

4 Mr. Becher's b. c. Irvingite, by Hindoo out of Credulity, 3 yrs (Francis)

5 Mr. Shelley's b. f. Paraquay, by Sir Hercules, 4 yrs (Wakefield).

6 WEDNESDAY, May 15.- The Derby STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. st., for three-year-olds:--colts,

8st. 71b. ; fillies, 8st. 2b. The owner of the second horse to receive 100 sovs. out of the Stakes, and the winner to pay 100 sovs. towards the expenses of additional police officers.

The last mile and half. One hundred and forty-three subs. Mr. W. Ridsdale's b. c. Bloomsbury, by Mulatto out of Arcot Lass by Ardrossan (Templeman) 1 Fulwar Craven’s b. f. Deception, by Defence out of Lady Stumps by Tramp (Trenn) ..

The following also started but were not placed :Mr. Thornhill's ch.c. Euclid, by Emilius (Connelly). Colonel Peel's br. e. Dey of Algiers, by Priam out of Tanworth's dam (Pavis). Mr. Sadler's b. c. Dart, by Defence out of Cinderella by Gaberlunzie (Mr. W. Sadler). Captain Williamson's br. c. Melbourne, by Emilius out of Misrule (Flatman). Lord Albemarle's ch. c. Domino, by Mameluke (Cotton). Lord Jersey's b. c. Cæsar, by Sultan (Robinson). Mr. S. Herbert's b. c. Clarion, by Sultan out of Clara by Filho-da-Puta (J. Day, jun.) Lord Lichfield's bl. c. The Corsair, by Sir Hercules (Wakefield). Mr. G. Clark's br. c. The Dragsman, Brother to Lady Jane by St. Nicholas (H. Edwards). Sir G. Heathcote's ch. c. Valaincourt, by Velocipede out of Paradigm (Chapple), Duke of Grafton's b. c. Æther, by St. Patrick (J. Day). Lord Jersey's ch. c. llderim, by Emilius or Ishmael (E, Edwards). Lord Exeter's b. c. Bosphorus, by Reveller (Darling). Mr. Bowes's b. c. The King of Kelton, by Priam out of Mundig's dam (C. Edwards). Duke of Grafton's b. c. Montreal, by Langar (Wheatley). Mr. Worrall's b. c. Peon, by Lapdog (Rogers). Lord Westminster's br. c. Sleight-of-hand, by Pantaloon out of Decoy (H. Scott). Mr. Dison's b. c. Hyllus, by Sir Hercules out of The Hydra's dam (S. Day), Mr. Eddison's b. c. Rory O'More, by Langar (Holmes),

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Five to 1 agst Sleight-of-hand, 6 to 1 agst Euclid, 7 to 1 agst Cæsar, 8 to 1 agst Clarion, 12 to i agst Deception, 16 to 1 agst The Corsair, 20 to 1 agst Dragsman, 24 to 1 agst Dart, 25 to 1 agst Montreal, 25 to 1 agst Bloomsbury, 30 to 1 agst Valaincourt, 30 to 1 agst Melbourne, 50 to 1 agst Æther, and 50 to 1 agst Ilderim.

* On the Friday after the race the owner of Deception made an objection to the pedigree of Bloomsbury, and requested that the Stakes might be withheld to give time to investigate the matter, to which the Stewards asseated. On Tuesday morning Messrs. Weatherby received the following letter from the Stewards :

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To Messrs. Weatherby.

" Epsom, May 21, 1839. “We the Stewards of Epsom Races, considering that although, by Rule 58, when the qualification of any horse is objected to after the race, the onus of proof lies upon the party objecting, yet that we are not thereby precluded from receiving proof of such qualification from the owner of the horse objected to if he shall see fit lo tender it, have this day, at the request of Mr. Ridsdale, examined the evidence tendered by him in support of the qualification of his horse Bloomsbury, and are of opinion that the entry in the Calendar is correct, that Bloomsbury was qualified to start for the Derby, and that his owner is entitled to the Stakes.

(Signed)

GILBERT HEATHCOTE.

J. De Teissier." The Stakes are still withheld, the namer of Deception having given notice to the Stakeholder not to pay them.

THE EWELL Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 40 added :--three-year-olds, 7st. ; four, 8st.; five, 8st. 71b.;

six and aged, 8st. llib.—Mares, geldings, and horses which have started three times and not won, allowed 3lb.-Winners at any time (Matches excepted) to carry, for twice, 3ib. ; thrice,

51b. ; and four times, 716. extra.-Last half mile.-Seven subs. Colonel Peel's ch. m. Vulture, by Langar, 6 yrs (Pavis)

1 Duke of Richmond's b. c. Vale of Belvoir, by Langar out of Lady Emmeline, 3 yrs (W. Day).... 2 Mr. Bell's b. f. La Sage Femme, by Physician or Gainsborough, dam by Whisker, 3 yrs (a lad) 3 Mr. Balchin's b. f. Lady Agnes, by Cain out of Lady Bell, 4 yrs (Wakefield)

4 Mr. Waring's b. h. Knowsley, by Felt out of Urganda, 5 yrs (Hornsby)..

5 The AshTEAD STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 40 added :-three-year-olds, 7st. 10lb. ; four, 8st. 91b. ;

five, 9st. 31b. ; six and aged, 9st. 615.-Mares and geldings allowed 31).- The winner to be

sold for 150 sovs. if demanded, &c.-Last half mile.—Nine subs. Duke of Grafton's ch, c. Chymist, by Zinganee, 4 yrs (J. Day)...

........ 1 Captain Daintree's b. c. Harlequin, by Redgauntlet out of Columbine, 3 yrs (a lad) Duke of Richmond's b. f. Quadroon, by Mulatto out of Mustee's dam, 3 yrs (Rogers)

The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. Greatrex's ch. f. by The Colonel out of Crutch's dam, 3 yrs (Crouch); Mr. Bowes's Roostan, by Laurel, dam by Mameluke out of Stockwell Lass's dam, 3 yrs (Natt); Captain Gardnor's br. c. Shuffler, by Reveller out of Scurry, 3 yrs (Pavis); Mr. Batson's br. c. Brother to Plenipotentiary, by Emilius, 3 yrs (Chapple); and Mr. Bacon's ch. g. Forester, by Reveller out of Mignionette by Vespasian, 3 yrs (Wakefield).

The winner was claimed.

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The Walton STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 40 added :-three-year-olds, 7st. 101b. ; four, 8st. 9lb.;

five, 9st. 3lb. ; six and aged, 9st. 61b.-Mares and geldings allowed 3lb. The winner of the Ashtead Stakes to carry 5lb. extra.—The wirner to be sold for 120 sovs. if demanded, &c.

Last half mile.--Fifteen subs.
Lord Stradbroke's ch. f. Io, by Taurus, 3 yrs (Cotton)
Mr. Falconer's gr. m. Sister to Professor, by Wiseacre, 4 yrs (Good)

2 Mr. Payne's b. f. Elf, 4 yrs (Natt)

The following also started but were not placed: -Mr. Bowes's b. c. Roostan, by Laurel, dam by Mameluke, 3 yrs- (Francis); Fulwar Craven's b. f. Old Maid, by Lambtonian out of Slender, 3 yrs (a lad); Captain Gardnor's br. c. Ochiltree, by Gaberlunzie, 4 yrs (Pavis); Mr. Rogers's b. c. by Zinganee out of Dirce, 3 yrs (Butler); Duke of Richmond's b. f. Quadroon, by Mulatto out of Mustee's dam, 3 yrs (Rogers) ; Duke of Richmond's ch. c. Felo-de-se, by Velocipede out of Dido, 3 yrs (W. Day); Mr. Bacon's br. m. Elizabeth by St. Patrick, 6 yrs (Higgins) ; Mr. Shelley's ch. m. Gold, by Priam, 4 yrs (Wakefield); and Mr. Greatrex's ch. c, by Rubini out of Aricia, 3 yrs (a lad).

The winner was claimed.

THURSDAY, May 16.--The SUTTON STAKES of 5 sovs. cach, with 40 added :-three-year-olds,

7st. ; four, &st. 3tb. ; five, 8st. 91b. ; six and aged, est. ul.-Mares, geldings, and horses which have started three times and not won, allowed 3lb.-A winner at any time (Matches excepted) to cariy, for twice, 31b. ; thrice, 5lb.; and four times, 7tb. extra.-One mile.

Six subs.
Lord Stradbroke's b. g. Fifer, by The Colonel, 5 yrs, 8st. 1llb. (Natt).

1 Sir G. Heathcote's br. f. Larnaca, by Chateau Margaux out of Lyric, 4 yrs, 8st. (Chapple).. General Wyndham's b c. Harold, by Dunsinane, 3 yrs, 7st. (Francis)

3 Four to l on Fifer.

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The Cup of 70 sovs. in specie, added to a Sweepstakes of 10 sovs, each :-three-year-olds, 6st. 121b. ,

four, 8st. 6lb. ; five, 8st. 121b. ; six and aged, 9st. llb.-Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.--The

winner to be sold for 300 sovs. if demanded, &c.—Two miles. Six subs.
Mr. Eddison's b. c. Rory O'More, by Langar, 3 yrs (Francis)..
Mr. V. King's br. h. Ruby, by Reveller, 5 yrs (Sly).
Lord Lichfield's c. by Actæon out of Wings, 3 yrs (Wakefield)

3 Mr. Greatrex's ch. f. by Camel or Tarrare out of Martha (Crouch)..........

.. 4 Five to 4 agst Rory O'More, and 6 to 4 agst Ruby. The winner was claimed. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added, for two-year-olds :-colts, 8st. 6lb. ; fillies, 8st. 311.

The winner to be sold for 200 sovs. if demanded, &c.-New T. Y. C.-Four subs. Mr. Firth's b. f. Wilderness, by Camel out of Xarifa (Wakefield)

1 Mr. Hervey's br. f. Kate Nickleby, by Cain out of Victim by Vampyre (Chapple).

2 Mr. Forth's br. f. by Frederick out of Cetus by Longwaist (Crouch)

3 Mr. Aplin's b. c. by Laurel out of Dewdrop by Defence (Connelly)

4 The CROYDON STAKES of 5 sovs, each, with 40 added :-three-year olds, 7st. 101b. ; four, &st. 91b.;

five, 9st. 31b.; six and aged, 9st. 618.–Mares and geldings allowed 31b.-The winner to be

sold for 100 sovs, if demanded, &c.--New T. Y. C.-Thirteen subs. Mr. Jackson's br. c. Sobieski, by Scipio out of Cantaloupe, 3 yrs (Child)

1 Duke of Richmond's ch. c. Felo-de-se, by Velocipede out of Dido, 3 yrs (Rogers)

...... 2 The following also started but were not placed :-Captain Gardnor's b. c. by Reveller out of Scurry, 4 yrs (Pavis); Mr. Sawyer's b. m. Tittle-tattle, by Skiff, dam by Tiresias out of Scratch, 4 yrs (Perrin); Mr. Payne's Elf, by Shakspeare, 4 yrs (Natt); Mr. Lambton's b. f, by Pontiff out of Margaret, 4 yrs (Wakefield); Mr. Falconer's gr. m. Sister to Professor, by Wiseacre, 4 yrs (Good); Sir G. Heathcote's b. f. by Sultan out of Lyric, 3 yrs (Chapple); and Mr. Bacon's br. m. Elizabeth, by St. Patrick, 6 yrs (Macdonald). The winner was claimed. FIFTY POUNDS, given by W.J. Denison, Esq. and the Hon. G. Percival, Members for West Surrey:

-three-year-olds, 6st. 121b.; four, &st. 51b. ; five, &st. Tilb.; six and aged, 9st.-Mares and

geldings allowed 3lb.-The winner to be sold for 250 sovs. if demanded, &c.--Cup Course. Mr. Dockeray's b. c. Guardsman, by Waterloo, 4 yrs (Butler)

........ 1 Mr. Delasaux's gr. g. Jim Crow, by Gustavus, 5 yrs (Hornsby)

The following also started but were not placed :-Captain Gardnor's f. by Actæon out of Mistletoe, 3 yrs (Cotton); Mr. Batson's b. c. Barbican, by Jenkins out of Taffy, 3 yrs (Chapple); Mr. Hervey's gr. c. Master Eady, by Doctor Eady, dam by Buckfoot, 4 yrs (Sly); Mr. Osbaldeston's gr. f. Miss Etty, 4 yrs (H. Edwards); Mr. Matthews's ch, m. by Sailor out of Easton's dam, halfbred, 6 yrs (Hays); Mr. Lucas's b. m. Talebearer, by Incubus out of Titile-tattle, 5 yrs (Crouch); and General Grosvenor's br. h. Merrythought, by The Colonel out of Pinions, 5 yrs (Macdonald).

Five to 2 agst Guardsman, 5 to 2 agst Master Eady, and 4 to 1 agst Jim Crow. The DURDANS STAKES of 5 sovs. cach, with 40 added :-three-year-olds, 7st.; four, 8st. 51b.; five,

8st. 121b. ; six and aged, 9st.-Mares and geidings allowed 3lb.-The winner to be sold for 150 sovs. if demanded, &c.—The owner of the second horse to receive back his Stake.One

mile heats. Five subs. Captain Gardnor's br. c. Ochiltree, by Gaberlunzie out of Cinderella, 4 yrs (Paris)..

.......... 1 1 Mr. Garrard's b. h. Rienzi, by Tramp, 5 yrs (Macdonald)

2 Mr. Turner's ch. g. Sir Felix, by Blacklock or Langar, aged (Trigg)

3 Mr. Bacon's ch. g. Forester, 3 yrs (a lad).. FRIDAY, May 17.-1

-The Oaks STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., for three-year-old fillies, 8st. 4lb. The owner of the second horse to receive 100 sovs. out of the Stakes, and the winner to pay 100 sovs. towards the expenses of additional police officers. Last mile and a half.-Ninety

five subs. Fulwar Craven's b. Deception, by Defence out of Lady Stumps by Tramp (J. Day)

1 Sir G. Heathcote's ch. Carolina, by Velocipede out of Nannette (Buckle)

2 Mr. C. Wilson's b. Louisa, by Mulatto out of Yorkshire Lass (Rogers)

The following also started but were not placed :-
Mr. Bowes's ch. Mickleton Maid, by Velocipede out of Maid of Lune (W. Scott).
Mr. Bell's b. The Shadow, by The Saddler out of Slashing Harry's dam (Heseltine).
Lord Stradbroke's b. Hesione, hy Priam out of Memina (Natt).
Sir G. Heathcote's b. La Bellezza, by Emilius out of Samarcand's dam (Chapple).
Mr. Forth's br. by Hokee Pokee out of Echo by Emilius (Crouch).
Duke of Richmond's b. Reel, by Camel out of La Danseuse (W. Day).
Colonel Craufurd's b. Dolphin, by Priam out of Mermaid (Lye).
Lord Lichfield's ch. Sister to Hector, by Priam (Wakefield),
Mr. Rush's br. Sister to Pickwick, by Camel (Robinson).

Mr. Osbaldeston's br. Alexandrina, by The Saddler out of Ebberston's dam (H. Edwards). Thirteen to 8 on Deception, 9 to 1 agst Sir G. Heathcote's two, 10 to 1 agst Dolphin, 10 to 1 agst

Hesione, 11 to 1 agst The Shadow, 20 to 1 agst Mickleton Maid, and 25 to 1 agst Reel.

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The Burgh Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 40 added :-three-year-olds, 7st. ; four, 8st. 3lb. ; five,

8st. 91b.; six and aged, 8st. Ullb.-Marcs and geldings and horses which have started three times and not won, allowed 3tb. A winner at any time (Matches excepted) to carry, for twice, 31b. ; thrice, 5lb.; and four times, 71b. extra.--The winner of the Sutton Stakes to

carry 3lb. extra.-One mile.-Seven subs. Colonel Peel's br. c. Ion, by Cain, 4 yrs....

......... walked over, SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft., for two-year-olds:- colts, 8st. 71b.; fillies, 8st. 4lb.-Those

got by untried stallions or out of untried mares allowed 3lb., but only one allowance.

New T. Y.C. Six subs. Lord Lynedoch's br. c. Jetty, by Jerry out of Mandane by Sultan, 8st. 418. (J. Day) ............ 1 General Grosvenor's ch. f. Diploma, by Plenipotentiary out of Icaria, &st. Ilb. (W. Day) ....... 2 Lord Albemarle's b. f. Clove, by Cain out of Perfume, 8st. Ilb. (E. Edwards)

3 Sir G. Heathcote's ch. f. by Samarcand out of Cantatrice, 8st. llb. (Chapple).. Lord Westminster's b. f. Daphné, by Laurel out of The Maid-of-Honor, 8st. lib. (Pavis)

Five to 4 on Jeffy, 5 to 2 agst Diploma, 4 to 1 agst Clove, 4 to 1 agst Samarcand filly, and 5 to 1 agst Daphne. The DERBY AND OAKS STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 40 added :-three-year-olds, 7st. ; four,

8st. 51b.; five, &st. 121b. ; six and aged, 9st.–Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.-The winner to be sold for 120 sovs. if demanded, &c.The owner of th second horse to receive back his

Stake..One-mile heats.Seven subs.
Mr. Delasaux's gr. g. Jim Crow, by Gustavus, 5 yrs (Hornsby)

1 1 Mr. Garrard's br. h. Rienzi, by Tramp, 5 yrs (Macdonald). ..

2 Mr. Higgins's b. m. Maid of Kent, by Reveller out of Aline, 4 yrs (Higgins)

3 3 Mr. Lucas's b. m. Talebearer, by Incubus out of Tittle-tattle, 5 yrs (a lad) Mr. Shelley's ch, m. Gold, by Priam, 4 yrs (Wakefield)....

The winner was claimed.

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SHIFFNAL. THURSDAY, May 16.-SWEEPSTAKES of 5 govs, each, with 40 added:-three-year-olds, 7st. Etb.;

four, &st. 71b. ; five, 9st. 11b. ; six and aged, 9st. 5tb. A winner of £50 in 1839 to carry 31b.; twice, 5ib. ; thrice, 7td. extra.-Horses having started once in 1839 for any race advertised in the Racing Calendar, and not won, allowed 3lb. ; twice, 5tb.; thrice, 710.-Mares and

geldings allowed 3lb.--Two miles.-Eight subs. Mr. Collins's ch. c. Springfield, by Winterfield out of Mrs. Rye, 3 yrs, 7st. (Bemitzreider). Mr. Griffiths's ch, h. Lugwardine, by Bobadil, 5 yrs, 9st. 4tb......

2 Mr. Barrow's b. m. Catherina, by Whisker, aged, 8st. 131b.

3 The following also started but were not placed :-Mr. W. Barrow's gr. m. Eaglet, by Falcon, 5 yrs, 8st. 9ib. ; Mr. Edge's ch. c. Bilboa, by Muley, 4 yrs, 8st. 4tb. ; and Mr. Moss's bl. c. Ascanius, by Priam, 4 yrs, 8st. 7lb. THE SOUTH SAROPSHIRE STAKES of 3 sovs. each, with 25 added by the Earl of Darlington and the

Hon. R. H. Clive, Members for the Southern Division of the County, for horses that never won £50 value at any one time:-three-year-olds, 7st. 7lb.; four, 8st. 9ib. ; five, 9st. 31b. ; six and aged, 9st. 71b.~-Mares and geldings allowed 3lb. ; half-bred horses, 71b.Heats, a

mile and a balf, Mr. Massey's b. g. T'ubalcain, by Cain out of Mermaid, 3 yrs, 7st. 4ið. (Bemitzreider)

1 Mr. Smith's ch. h. Pedlar, by Belzoni out of Effie by Catton, 4 yrs, 8st. 9ið.

2 Mr. Tomes's b. f. Eliza, by Bedlamite, 4 yrs, 8st. 6lb......... Mr. Moss's b. f. Frantic, by Bedlamite, 3 yrs, 7st. 4lb. Mr. Hall's b. f. Frank, by Priam out of Idalia, 3 yrs, 7st. 41b. Mr. C. Giffard na. b. g. Botheration, 5 yrs, 9st... Mr. Hughes's b. m. Sister to Woodman, 5 yrs, 8st. 71b... Mr. M'Donough's gr. c. The Friar, 4 yrs, 8st. 91b......

dis. Mr. Marshall's ch. g. Jim Crow, by Zinganee, dam by Fyldener, 5 yrs, 8st. 71b.

2 dr. Mr. Yarworth's b. f. by Pollio, dam by Phantom, 3 yrs, 7st. 41b...

dr. Mr. Sherratt's br. c. Accident, by Camel out of Miss Breeze, 4 yrs, 8st. 91b...

dr. Mr. Owsley's ch, m. Victoria, by Ranvilles, aged, est. litb.

The Friar came in first for the second heat, but was disqualified in consequence of standing at the house of a non-subscriber to the Race Fund. A HURDLE SWEEPSTAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 25 added from the Fund:-three-year-olds, 9st. 7ib. ;

four, 10st. 91b.; five, 11st. 31b. ; six and aged, 11st. 71b.-A winner of one Hurdle-race in 1839 to carry 3ib. ; two, 5lb. ; three, 7lb. extra.-Mares and geldings allowed 31b.Heats,

twice round and a distance, with four leaps in each heat.-Six subs. Mr, Collett's d. m. Duenna, by Reveller, aged, 11st. 4lb. (Williams)

1 1 Mr. Stevenson's ch. g. True-blue, by Jujube, aged, 11st. Ilib.

2 Mr. James's b. g. Lansquenet, 6 yrs, Ilst. 71b.fell

3 Mr. Stanley's b. c. Cowdray, aged, 11st. 4ib... ............

3 dr. Captain Lamb's Shepherd, by Memnon out of Shepherdess, 6 yrs, 1Ist, 4ib. "ROOMS......

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