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«Duke of Rutland's b. c. by Selin, bought of Mr. Golding, 3 yrs old,

7st, 41h. Mi. Stonebewer's b), f. Duessa, by Rubens, 3 yrs old, 7st. 11b.

3 Five to 4 agst the winner. Sweepstakes of 20gs. each, for all ages.-About two miles and 143 rods.

Six subscribers. Duke of York's b. c. by Zodiac, out of Lady of tbe Lake's dam, 4 yrs e old, 7st. 1216. (H. Miller)

I Duke of Rutland's Kutusoff, 4 yrs old, 7st. 121b.

2 Two to i on the winner. THURSDAY, June 8.--Sweepstakes of 10gs. each, for three-yearsold colts, 8st. 716. fllies, Est. 21b.--The New Mile. Fourteen subscribers. Lord Lowther's b. c. Raphael, by Rubens, oat of Iris, by Brush, (S. Barnard)

1 Duke of York's ch. c. by Granicus, dam by Young Whiskey.. 2

Five to 2 and 3 to 1 on Raphael. The Gold Cup, value 100gs. the rest in specie, by ten subscribers of

20gs. each.-Ahout two miles and a half-The owner of the second

receiver back his Stake. His R. H. the Duke of York's ch, h. Aladdin, by Giles, 5 yrs old,

&st. 12/b. (T. Goodisson) Mr. J. Perren's gr. c. Brother to Quizzer, 4 yrs old, 8st. 2/b..

2 Duke of Rutland's br. c. Kutusoff, 4 yrs old, 8st. 2lb.

3 Six to 4 on Aladdin. The Windsor Forest Stakes of 50gs. each, b. ft. for three-years-old fil

lies, 8st. 416.-The Old Mile.-Six subscribers. Lord G, H. Cavendish's brown, by Sir David, out of Black € Diamond's dain

walked over. FRIDAY, June 9.-Sweepstakes of 30gs. each, 20gs. ft. for twoyears-old colts, 8st. 5lb. fillies, 8st. 21b.-T. Y. C.-Eleven subscribers, General Gower's cb. f. Rivulet, by Rubens, ont of Lodopa's dam (S. Barnard):

1 Gen. Gower's ch. c. Dick Goodisson, by Dick Andrews

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Gen. Grosvenor's ch. c. Rankborough, by Popinjay, out of Julietta.. :3
Mr. T. Sadler's filly, by Williamson's Ditin, out of Little Folly 4
Duke of York's ch. c. by Rubens, ont of a Sister to Election
Mr. Taylor's bl. f. Dorothea, by Clinker, out of Agnes, by Sorcerer 6

Five and 6 to 4 on Rivulet.
The Wokingham Stakes of 5gs. each (handicap).-The last three

quarters of a mile.-Seventeen subscribers. Duke of York's ch. b. Aladdin, by Giles, 5 yrs old, gst. 2/b. (W. Wheatley)

1 Gen. Gower's br. f. by Rubens, out of Miranda, 3 yrs old, 6st. 71b... 2 * Mr. Wyndhani's Wanderer, 4 yrs old

3 „Seven to 4 agst Aladdin, 7 to 2 agst Wanderer, and 5 to 1 agst Gen. Gower's filly.

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Fifty Pounds for all ages.-Heats, the Old Mile. Gen. Gotver's br. f. by Rubens, out of Miranda, 3 yrs old, 7st. 1lh. (a Boy)

1 1 Mr. Starling's ch. c. 4 yrs old, 8st. glb.

2 2 Mr. Chambers's cb. b. Scapewell, 5 yrs old, 9st. 3lb.

6 3 Mr. Boast's lor. b. Asmodeus, aged, gst. 7lb.

3 dr. Mr. Page's br. h. 6 yrs old, gst. 71b.

4 dr. Mr. Pearce's br. c. Merlin, 4 yrs old, 8st. glb....

5 dr. Six to 4 on Gen. Gower's filly; after the beat, 2 to 1 on Scapewell.

MADDINGTON MEETING, HAMPSHIRE.

(Over Stockbridge Course.) WEDNESDAY, May 31. The Maddington Stakes of 25gs, each,

15gs. ft. with 30gs. adoled by the Cluh.--Four miles. Mr. Calley's ch. m. Miss Platoff, by Remembrancer, 5 yrs old,

Ost. 21h.

Mr. Radclyffe's bl. c. Midnight, 4 yrs olol, gst. 316.
Mr. Pryse's ch. c. by Bobtail, out of Laura, 4 yrs old, &st. 71b. 3
Mr. Dandas's b. c. Liberator, 4 yrs old, 9st. 316. paid forfeit.

Midnight the favourite.
The following having declared forfeit in due time, paid only 5gs. each:
Mr. Bacon's Tooley, 6 yrs old, lost. 3lb.
Sir H. Lippincott's Illusion, 5 yrs old, gst. 10lb.
Mr. Dundas's Robin Adair, 4 yrs old, gst. 1lh; and
Mr. Elton, Mr. Biggs, and Mr. Kneller, were Subscribers, but did not

name.

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Sweepstakes of 10ys. each, with 50gs. added hy the Club, for horses, &c.

Two miles,-Seven subscribers.
Mr. Dundas's ch.c. Pyramus, by Meteor, 5 yrs old, yst. 6lb.
Mr. Walker's b.
g. Corsair, 5 yrs old, gst. 3lb.

2 Three and 4 to 1 on Pyramus. THURSDAY, June 1.-Sweepstakes of 5ys. eacb, with 50gs. arded by the Club, for horses, &c.—Three miles.-Twelve subscribers. Mr. Walker's b. g. Corsair, by Orville, out of Nitre, 5 yrs, 9st. 3lb... 1 Mr. Pryse's ch. c. by Bobtail, 4 yrs old, 8st. 71b.

Ten to 1 on the Bobtail colt. Sweepstakes of 50gs. each, h. ft. for three-years-old colts, 10st. fillies,

gst. 10lb.-Red-Post in, (not quite a mile.)-Seveu subscribers, Mr. Dundas's b. c. Original, by Rubens, ont of Life-Boat

1 Mr. Calley's ch. f. Yellow Slipper, by Rubens, out of Slipper

Five and 6 to 4 on Original.

Handicap Purse of 70gs.--Heats, the last mile. Mr. Dundas's ro. b. Mountehank, by Gohanna, aged, gst, 5lb.,, 411 Mr. Goddard's br. c. Bijon, 4 yrs old, &st. 21h.

12.2. Mr. Walker's b. g. Gum-Guaicum, 5 yrs old, 7st. 7lb.

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Mr. Calley's ch, m. Miss Platoff, 5. yrs old, gst. llb........... 2 dr, Even betring between Miss. Platoff' and Bijou; after the first heat, even

betting between Bijou and the field; after the second heat, 6 to 4 on Mountebank,

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NEWTON MEETING, LANCASHIRE. WEDNESDAY, Julie 14.-The Gold Cup, valne 100gs. by eleven

subscribers of 10ys. each, for all ages.--Four miles. Sir T. Stanley's br. c. Crown Prince, by Warrior, 4 yrs old, 8st.

(W. Dunn) Lord Derby's bl. h. Rinaldo, 5 yrs old, 8st. sib...

2 Mr. Price's cb. b. Mountain Chief, 5 yrs old, 8st. 21h.

3 Mr. Legb's ch.c. Meteor, by Milo, 4 yrs old, 8st...

4 Mr. Scarisbrick's ch. c. Lamplighter, 4 yrs old, &st.

5 Mr. Thompson's b. h. Uncle Dick, aged, est. 121b.

6 Rinaldo the favourite. The Maiden Purse of 70l. for all ages.-Three-mile heats.--The owner

of the second received Ogs. Mr. Walter's ch. f. by Castrel, 3 yrs old, 6st. (T. Nicholson)

I Mr. Thompson's br. gelding, 4 yrs old, 7st. 10lb.

2 Mr. Bayley's cb.c. ly Newcastle, 4 yrs old, 7st. 12lb.

2 Mr. Buxton's br. g. Hamlet, 5 yrs old, 8st. Holb.

THURSDAY.-Sweepstakes of 20gs. each, with 20gs. added, for
three-years-old colts, &st. 3lb. fillies, &$t.-Once round and a distance.
Five subscribers.
Mr. Scarisbrick's bl. c. Arthur O'Bradley-0! by Pam, dam by Sir

Peter (T. Nicholson)
Bir Wm. Wynne's h. f. by Waxy, out of Miss Fury

2 Sir J. G. Egerton's ro. c. by Gohanna, out of the Pitshill Mare, by Driver ..

3 Mr. Thompson's b. c. by Evander, dam by Driver.

4 The winner the favourite. Seventy Pounds for three and four-year-olds.--Two-mile heats. Mr. Walter's ch. f. by Castrel, 3 yrs old, 6st. 8lb. (T. Nicholson)..1 1 Sir J. G. Egerton's ro.c. Oulton, 4 yrs old, &st. 8lb.

2.3 2 Lord Derby's b.c. Spartan, 4 yrs old, 8st. llb....

2 3 Sweepstakes of 20ys. each, with 20gs. added, for all ages.-Three miles.

Seven subscribers. Mr. Fletcher's br. h. Viceroy, by Sancho, 5 yrs old, 8st. 8lb. (R. Spencer)

1 Lord. Grey's ch. c. Prince of Orange, 4 yrs old, &st.

2 Seventy Pounds for all ages.—Three-mile beats. Sir J. G. Egerton's ro, e. Oulton, by Gohanna, 4 yrs old, 8st. 3lb. (W. Dunn)...

1 Mr. Price's ch. h. Mountain-Cbief, 5 yrs old, est. alb.

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GRIMSBY MEETING, LINCOLNSHIRE THURSDAY, June 1,5.--Sreepstakes of 10gs. each, with 251.

added, for three-years-old colis, 8st. 316. fillies, 8st.-One mile and a half. Five subscribers, bir H. Nelthorpe's b. g. by Luck's-All, dam by Mercury Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. g. by Victory, dam by Propbet

2 Mr. Uppleby's b. c. David, by Sir David, out of Patricia

David the fuvourite.

Fifty Pounds for all ages.-Two-mile heats. Mr. Bower's b. f. Miss Craigie, by Orville, 4 yrs old, 7st. 71b. (Mark Noble).

2 1 Mr. Uppleby's cb. f. Miss Cantley, by Stamford, 3 yrs old, Ost. 4lb.

12 Mr. Osbaldeston's b. c. by Orville, 4 yrs old, 7st. 7lb...... 3 3 3

Six and 7 to 4 on Miss Craigie.
FRIDAY.-Fifty Pounds for all ages. ['wo-mile heats.
Mr. Bower's b. f. Miss Craigie, 4 yrs old, 7st. 7lb. (Mark Noble)..! 1
Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. g. by Victory, 3 yrs old, 6st. 5lb.

2 2 Mr. Hopkinson's br. g. Actæon, 5 yrs old, $st. 2lb,

3 3 Sir H. Nelthorpe's b. g. by Luck's-All, 3 yrs old, 6st. 2lb.. boltede

Two to 1 on Miss Craigie,

A COMPLETE LIST OF THE HORSES, &c.
THAT RAN FOR THE GOLD CUPS AND THE ST. LEGER STAKES AT

DONCASTER, FROM THEIR FIRST COMMENCEMENT.

(Continued from page 64 of our last Volume.) DONCASTER MEETING, 1808. ----Monday, Sept. 26.—The Fitz

william Stakes of 10ys. each, with 20gs. added, for all ages.--Rode by stable boys.- Last mile and balt.-{ive subscribers. Mr. Shafto's b. c. Whitworth, by Agonistes, dam by Jupiter, 3 yrs old, 8st. (J. Jones).

1, Lord Fitzwilliam's ch. c. Pumpkin, by Stamford, 3 yrs old, 8st. 2 Mr. Wentworth’s br. f. by Stamford,' out of Belle-Fille, 4 yrs old, 8st. glb.

3 Mr. Dinsdale's ch. f. Fair Candidute, by Delpini, 2 yrs old, 6st. 4

Two to i on Whitworth.-Won very easy.

Match for 200gs.--Four miles.
Lord Monson's b. c. Scud, by Beningbrough, 8st. I lb. (F. Buckle) 1
Lord Fitzwilliàm's b. f. Paulina, by Sir Peter, 8st. 3 b..

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Two to 1 on Scud.Won casy.
The King's Purse of 100gs. for horses, &c.--Four miles.
Lord Monson's b. f. Easy, by Hambletonian, 4 yrs old, 10st. 4lb.

(F. Buckle)...
Ms. Nalton's b. c. Ranger, by Hyacintbus, 4 yrs old, 10st. 41b.

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Sir T. Gascoigne's ch. f. (Sister to Dowager) by Hambletonian, 4 yrs old, 10st. 4lb.

Seved to 4 and 2 to 1 on Easy.-Won cleverly. The St. Leger Stakes of 25gs. each, for three-years-old colts, 8st. 2lli.

fillies, &st.--St. Leger Course. ---Twenty-nine subscribers. Duke of Hamilton's b. c. Petronius, by Sir Peter, out of Louisa, by Javelin (B. Smith)

1 Sir S. Sitwell's br. c. Clinker, by Sir Peter (F. Buckle).

2 Lord Milton's br. c. Easton, by Stanford (W. Clift)

3 The following also started, but were not placed : Sir M. M. Sykes's b. f. Theresa, hy Hambletonian Sir C. Turner's b. c. Peter Plymley, hy Hambletonian Mr. Clifton's b. c. Poulton, by Sir Peter.. Mr. Egerton's b. c. Cestrian, hy Gohanna. Mr. Hewete's br. c. Teazle Evitch, by Sir Peter Mr. Hewett's b. c. Stilton, by Stamford Mr. Hewett's b.c. M‘George, by St. George Mr. T. Duncombe's ch. f. Laurel-Leaf, by Stamford.

0 Mr. Bower's b. f. Musa, by Stamford (fell)

0 Seven to 4 and 2 to 1 agst Theresa, 6 and 7 to 1 agst Easton, 7 to 1

agst Clinker, 8 to 1 agst Laurel-Leaf, 10 to 1 agst Peter Plynlej, and from 100 to 7 to 100 to 3 were betted agst Petronius.-A very good race with the first three.-Laurel-Leaf was rode by a Boy, and

lost several lengths at starting. Sweepstakes of 20gs. each, for two-years-old colts, 8st. 2lb. fillies, 8st.

Two-year-Olds' Course. Six subscribers. Lord Fitzwilliani's b. c. Cervantes, by Don Quixote, out of Orville's

dam (W. Clift) Sir T. Gascoigue's b. f. Sbeba's Queen, by Sir Solomon.

2 Ten to 1 on Cervantes.-Won very easy. Lord Monson's Send received forfeit from Mr. Mellislı's Harry Long. legs, 8st. 41h. each, four miles, 200gs. b. ft.

Col. Horton's Howroyde, by Bustard, 8st. 6lb. received 40gs. com. pronrise from Mr. E. L. Hodgson's gr. f. by Shuttle, dam by Sir Peter, Sst. 2/b. two miles, 100gs.

TUESDAY.-The Prince's Stakes of 25gs. each, with 25gs. added, for four-years-old colts, 8st. 7lb. fillies, Sst. 416.--Four miles. Three subscribers. Lord Fitzwilliam's b. f. Paulina, by Sir Peter (W. Clift)

1 Lord Darlingtou's h. c. Brother to Expectation

2 Two to I on the Brother to Expectation. The Corporation Purse of 501. for borses, &c.---Four-mile heats. Duke of Hamilton's b. b. Grazier, by Sir Peter, 5 yrs old, 8st. 3lb. (B. Smith)

1 Mr. Nalton's b.c. Ranger, 4 yrs old, 7st. 71b.

2 2 Mr. Cooke's ch. c. Chance, hy Beningbrough, 4 yrs old, 7st. 7Ib... 3 '3* Three to l ou Grazier.--Won very easy.

WEDNESDAY,

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