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Fortune of War, account of an King's Proxy, the; or Judge for
afterpiece so called, 71.

Yourself, a description of the
Foxes, on the craft of, in the north, new opera so called, 210.

L.
Fox, Mr. anecdote of him, 200.
French fernales, description of the LAW CA$35, sporting.--Allison v.
babits and manners of, 74.

Noverre and others, 37. to re-
Friend, Major Topbam's celebrated

cover money from a stake holder,
greybouwd; sold into Ireland, 87.

Pettit v. Phillips, 44. to recover
portrait of him, and account of

money lost by gaming, 84. the
his performances, 145.

Wiltsbite moonrakers, Welcb v.
Pearce, 105. før defamation,

Dilly o. Parsons, 110. patent
Game laws, prosecutions under, 4. right for gun-locks, Manton, #
George the Third, remarkable an. Manton, 119.-(at the Essex
ecdote of his

courage,
268.

Assizes) Lee v. Torin, Esq. 164
Goodisson, T. etching of that cele Piggott ú. Pidgeon, 165. Clark
brated jockey, &.

v. Powis, 166.-(at the Herts
#!

Assizes) Woodbridge v. Harper,
Hanover, the country of cavalry,

167. Torney o. Godfrey, 168,

(At the Salisbury Assizes) Hatch
Hamilton, Sir Wm. described as a v. Nicholl, Esq. 169. for a breach
sportsman, 267.

of contract in hiring a horse, the
Happiness equally dispensed to the

King o. Wieks, 188. borse caitse
high and the low, 12.

at the Carlisle Assizes, Noble vy
Higt-mettled Racer, account of

Carr; 198. to recovers a het,
tliat equestrian pantomime, 18.

Stanley, Bart, v. Hodgson, 249.
on the exbibition of the 67. Levarian borse shoe, enquiry and
108.

discussion respecting, 4. 65. 121,
Holland, winter diversions in, 152.

217. 258.
Horses, on the comparative goods Learned Goose and Learned Pig,
liess of ancient, 61, instance of

petitions of the, 203.
gross cruelty towards, 79. first Living in London, the Comedy of,
introduction of Spanish into

described, and extract from it,

212
England, 80. sold into Russia,

Lottery sporting, M-Kellar
146. on defending their ears and

Bel.
face from tlies, 218.

lanıy, 34.
1.

M.
Loa, account of the tragedy of, Marine metaphor, or sea' wit, 163.
brought out at Drury-lane Tbe- Margate, recent arrivals at, 229.

Master Robert, death of tbat horse,
atre, 35.

230,
I.

Matches, remarkable, near Brigh-
Jockey Club, new regulations of

ton, 243.
the, 30. 134.

Microcosm; wonders of the, or the
Jockeys, enquirg respecting their

world of man, 3.
comparative inerits, 269. Mind, Gottfried, his celebrity as a
K.

delineator of bears and cats, 17,
King's plates, advertised to be run Morning of the first of September,
for in 1815, 15.

described, 193.

Moun-

Mountaineers of Switzerland, their Address spoken at the opening

affectionate treatment of cow of the Birmingbam Theatre, 93.
kine, 16.

Parody of Shakespeare's Seven
Mountain goat, cbnse of, in the Ages, 93. Epistle from the
Tyrol, 199.

Hon. C. J. Fox, partridge shoot,
My Wife! what Wife? account of

ing, to the Hon. Jobu Towns-
that Comedy, 149.

henrl, cruising, 94.

Tribute to
My Aunt, account of the new my the mensory of the late Duke of
sical farce of, 209.

Dorset, go. To Squintilinda,
N.

the sun-eyed beauty, 96. The
Naples, diversions in the streets of, two anglers, or how to catch
221.

balf a fish, 141. A journey
Natural history, 225.

through life, 141. The epicure,
New Forest, account of a ride

142. The modern fine lady, 142,
through the, 118.

Life's likenesses, 143. Four:
Newmarket First Spring Meeting,

in-band, 144. Description of
summary of sport al, 7.

Brightou, 144. Ode, 144. The

noble game of cricket, 190.
0.

The angler and philosopher, 191.
Otter hunt, account of a remark-

The rural life, 191. The old
able, 148.

bats club song, 192. The win-
P.

ning game, 192. Hunting song,
Palais Royal at Paris, description 237. Barpet races, & parody,
of the celebrated, 122.

237. Songs, &c. in the comic
Patent, account of, as granted for opera of the King's Proxy, 238.

improrements in carriage w.beels, Address spoken at the opening
5.

of tbe Military Bachelor's Tbe-
Penelope, pedigree and perform atre in Batavia, 239. Hodge

ances of that celebrated mare, 1. and Boney, 240. The academic
Pericles, pedigree and performances sportsman, 282. The deer's
of, iii.

Jamentation, 284. A Swiss re-
PEDESTRIANISM.--Holman against cruit saved by the wit of his

time, 69. Mothersdale and tailor, 284.
Johnson, 89. Match of Wilson PUGILISM, between Harmer and
against time, 244.

Shelton, 21. Shaw, the lite
Phenomena, account of the death guardsman, and Painter, 22.
of that celebrated mare, 1}.

Croxey and Lancaster, 65. Ford
Pitt, Mr. anecdote of him, 178. and a Navigator, 90. Scroggins
Plagiarism, detection of a, 11. and Nosworthy, 107.

Tom
Portuguese bull feasts described, Johnson and Itowe, 108. Sbel-
266.

ton and a Suffolk farmer, 129.
Post borse, the, his appeal, 120. Gatsey and Walton, 129. Laing
POETRY.- Epilogue to Mrs. Wil and a boot-boy, 185. Chapmany
mot's new tragedy of Ina, 45. and Ellis, at Newmarket, 185.
Songs in the comic opera of the Eales and Scroggins, at Combe-
" Noble Outlaw," 46. Songs

Warren, 194. Richmond and
in the new opera of “ The Un Shelton, at Moulsey Harst, 204.
known. Guest,". 47. Ou ibe. Johoson and Purcell, 200.
virtues of a pipe of tobacco, 48. Hincksman and Thelsnian, 235.
Stanzas from tbe Persian, 48. Gripp and Hales, 280.

Races

28.

R,

ters, exhibited at the British
Races appointed in 1815, 49. 104. Gallery, Pall Mall, 99.
147. 194. 241.

Sporting in Selkirkshire, 105.
Races, queer, in Yorkshire, 175. Stallions, on old, 117.
- Race borse, on training the, 254.

T.
Religious Rites, account of some Tale, a, of the marvellous, 177.

remarkable oves, celebrated an. Tennis, match of, between Mr.
nually at Googaunbarra, Ireland, Cox and Monsieur Marquiso, 88.

Thornton, Col. fracas between bim
Royal Academy at Somerset and his huntsman, 8.

Place, sporting subjects at the, Tortoise, account of an ancient, at
for 1815, 50.

Peterborough, 63.
S.

Turf, on the necessity of imme-
Sea calves in East Bothnia, manner diately flying a kite, or letting
of hunting, 128.

off a blazing comet upon, 176.
Shaw, the pngilistic Life Guards-

V.
man, bis death and account of Viper, pedigree and performances
| bim, 147.

of, 206.
Singlestick, at Fareham, Hants,

W.
183.

Wild ducks, account of, 97.
Sozon, history of the Chevalier, 64. Wives, instances of selling, 176.
South America, account of various 223.

animals found there, 242. Wraxalliana, 265.
Spadille mare, account of her death, Wolves, sagacity of, 269.
40.

Wrestling, at Morice Town, Devon,
Sparring at the Fives Court, St. 91. in Norfolk, 137. at Horra-

Martin's-Jané, 135. 185. at bridge, Devon, 137.
Brighton, 236.

Woodcock, some remarks on that
Sporting subjects by Dutch pain-

&

bird, 9.

DIRECTIONS TO THE BINDER,

For placing the Engravings, &c.

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FRONTISPIECE

to face the Vignette Title-page.
PENELOPE.

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T. GOODISSON

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THE HIGH-METTLED RACER

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THE DOG AND THE Fox

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Wild Ducks

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The DOG AND BADGER

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FRIEND, THE PROPERTY OF MAJOR TOPHAM ...

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Forest Keeper SHOOTING A Buck

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MORNING OF THE FIRST OF SEPTEMBER

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REMARKABLE Deer ..

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THE DEATH OF THE Fox....

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RACING CALENDAR AT THE END,

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RACING CALENDAR.

BARTON MEETING, LINCOLNSHIRE, 1815. TUESDAY, March 21.The Craven Stakes of 10gs. each, for all

ages.—The last mile.-Eight subscribers. Capt. Wright's ch. c. Fitz-Selim, by Selim, 2 yrs old, 5st. 10lb. .... 1 Mr. W. Harrison's b. f. Everilda, by Hippomenes, 2 yrs, 5st. 10lb. 2 Mr. Entwistle's br. c. by Pavilion, dam by Grouse, 3 yrs old, 8st..... 3 Mr. Pelham’s br. f. by Dick Andrews, out of Hamlet's dam, 2 yrs old, 5st. 10lb......

4 The following also started, but were not placed : Lord Yarborough's b. m. Brumby-Lass, 4 yrs old, 8st. glb... Mr. G. A. Pelham's ch. c. Slender Billy, by Hippomenes, 2 yrs old,

5st. 1olb.. Sir R. Sheffield's b. f. hy Baronet, dam by Ruler, 3 yrs old, 8st. Mr. Richardson's b. c. Sieur Sanchez, by Sir David, out of Tutelina, 2 yrs old, 5st. 10lb....

0 The Macaroni Stakes of 10gs. each, for horses, &c.-Gentlemen riders.

Two-mile heats. Six subscribers. Lord Scarbrough's b.b. Kexby, by Golumpus, 4 yrs old, 11st. 3lb. (Col. Lumley)

1 1 Mr. J. Grant's b.g. Robin Adair, 5 yrs old, 11st. 6lb. (owner) 2 Mr. G. A. Pelham's ch. h. Alderman, by Hyacinthus, 5 yrs old, 11st. 61b. (owner)......

.3 dr. Fifty Guineas for all ages.-Two-mile heats. Lord Scarbrough's br. g. Ragman, by Sir Solomon, aged, Ust. 11lb. (S. King)

1 1 Mr. G. A. Pelbam's br. f. by Dick Andrews, out of Hamlet's dam, 2 yrs old, 5st. Tilb.

2 Mr. Holgate's b. m. Miss Cartouch, 3 yrs old, 8st. llb. ..... 5 Mr. Richardson's b. f. The Doubt, by Sir David, (or Stamford) 2 yrs old, 5st. 11lb. (fell) ..

4 Mr. Entwistle's br. c. by Pavilion, 3 yrs old, &st. 416..

2 dr. Mr. Dauber's b. f. by Hippomenes, 2 yrs old, 5st, 11lb.... ...... dis. VOL. XLVI.-No. 271.

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Sweepstakes of 5gs. each, for horses, &c. not thorough bred.-Two

mile beats. Ten subscribers. Mr. G. A. Pelbam's b. b. by Truth, 5 yrs, 11st. glb. (owner). 2 1 1 Mr. Holgate b. m. by Idris, 5 yrs old, 11st. 6lb.

1 2 2 Produce Match.-Captain Wright's cb. c. Fitz-Selim, by Selim, beat Mr. R. Cropper's b. f. by Orville, 25gs.--Weight and distance not mentioned.

PONTEFRACT SPRING MEETING, YORKSHIRE. WEDNESDAY, March 29.---The Badsworth Hunters' Stakes of

10gs. eacb, for borses, &c. not thorough bred.-Gentlemen riders. Heats, two miles and a half.-Five subscribers. Mr. Brown's br. g. by Grazier, 4 yrs old, 10st. 131b. (the owner).. 1 1 Mr. Cbaworth's b. g. Glyder, aged, 11st. 13lb.

2 2 Mr. Ramsden's b. g. Skyrocket, aged, 11st. 131b.

3 3 Mr. E. L. Hodgson's ch. g. Trap, aged, 11st. 13lb.

dis. The winner the favourite-Won in a canter.

Matcb for 300gs.-Three miles. Mr. B. N. R. Batty's b. g. Uncle Ben, 5 yrs old, 8st.

1 Mr. Walker's b. g. Leicester, 4 yrs old, Sst.

2 A fine race.

Match for 50gs.-Two miles. Mr. T. Ramsden's br. g. Planets by Star, aged, 11st. 2/b. Capt. Ranısden's br. m. Gulnare, by Hambletonian, 5 yrs, 11st, 21b. 2

An excellent race. The Huddersfield Hunters' Stakes of 20gs. each, for horses, &c.-Heats,

two miles and a half. Mr. Atkinson's b.g. Little Jack, (late Speculator) by Chance, 6 yrs old, 12st. (Mr. Clark)

4 1 1 Mr. Walker's b. g. Leicester, 4 yrs old, 10st. 716.

1 2 2 Mr. T. Atkinson's b. f. Camilla, 4 yrs old, 10st. 716...

2-3 3 Mr. Batty's b. g. Uncle Ben, 5 yrs old, 11st. 71h.

3 4 4 A good race, and won with difficulty.

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CATTERICK-BRIDGE MEETING, YORKSHIRE. WEDNESDAY, March 29.—The Craven Stakes of 10gs. each,

for all ages. One mile and a quarter.--Ten sabscribers. Mr. Riddell's br. c. Doctor Syntax, by Paynator, 3 yrs old, 8st. (R. Johnson)...

1 Sir W. Gerard's br. f. Sophy, 3 yrs old, 7st. 1116.. Lord Queensberry's b. f. Louisa, 2 yrs old, Sst. 71b. Duke of Leeds's b. c. Rodolpho, 3 yrs old, 8st. Mr. Walton's br. f. Moll-in-th-Wad, 4 yrs old, 8st. 6lb. Mr. Chadwick's b.f. Miss Oliver, 2 yrs old, 5st. 7lb., ..

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