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Sir W. Maxwell's b. c. Jock M‘Kiver, 4 yrs old, 88t..

2 Lord Queensberry's b. c. Ned, 3 yrs old, Ost. 10lb...

3 Neil the favourite.-Won quite easy. Produce Stakes of 50gs. each, h.ft.--Two miles.--Three subscribers.

Lord Queensberry's Ned, by Orville, aud Mr. H. Blair's b. c. by Sir Charles, dam by St. George, divided the Stakes.

Fifty Guineas for all ages.-Three-mile heats. Lord Eglinton's b. h. Robiu Burn, by Eagle, 5 yrs old, 8st. 131b. (H. Boynton)

1 1 Mr. Foster's b. g. by Shattle, aged, gst. Ilb.

2 dr. Mr. Frank's b. c. by Sir David, 3 yrs old, 6st. 7lb. (bolted).. dis.

Two to i on the Sir David colt.-Won easy. THURSDAY, August 3.-The Gold Cup, value 100gs. the surplus by thirteen subscribers of 10gs. each.-Three miles. Lord Eglinton's b. f. Meg Merrilies, by Remembrancer, 3 yrs old, 6st. Tilb. (H. Boyuton)

1 Mr. J. H. Blair's h. c. by Sir Charles, dam by St. George, 3 yrs, 7st.

2 Sir W. Maxwell's b. c. Jock M‘Kiver, 4 yrs old, 8st. 416.

3 Sir D. H. Blair's b. c. by Sir Charles, dam by Anvil, 3 yrs old, 7st. ., 4

Even betting on Sir D. H. Blair's colt.-A good race.

Fifty Guineas for all ages.--Two-mile heats.
Mr. Frank's b. c. by Sir David, danı hy Beningbrough, or Zecha-

riab, 3 yrs old, 7st. (G. Oates). Mr. Catterson's b. f. Lass of the Village, 3 yrs old, 6st. 11lb. 2 dr. Mr. J. H. Blair's b. c. by Sir Charles, 3 yrs old, 7st.

3 dr. Five to 4 on the field.Won quite easy. FRIDAY, August 4.-Fifty Guineas for horses, &c. -Two-mile heats. Mr. Frank's b. c. by Sir David, 3 yrs old, 6st. glb. (H. Boyoton).. I 1 Sir W. Maxwell's Jock M.Kiver, 4 yrs old, 8st.

3 2 Mr. Catterson's Lass of the Village, 3 yrs old, 6st. 6lb.

2 dr. Two to 1 on the winner.

Fifty Guineas for all ages.-Four-mile heats. Lord Eglinton's b. h. Robin Burn, by Eagle, 5 yrs old, 8st. 11lb. (H. Boynton)

1 1 Mr. Catterson's b. f. Lass of the Village, 3 yrs old, 6st. 7lb. 2 2

Lass of the Village the favourite.--A fine race.

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HUNTINGDON MELTING. TUESDAY, August 1.--Fifty Pounds for three, four, and five-year

olds.-Two-mile heats. Mr. Goodisson's b. f. by Cardinal York, 4 yrs old, 8st. 121b. 3 1 1 Lord Rous's Shrapnell, 3 yrs olet, 7st. 6lh....

1 4 3 Mr. Smith's b. t. 3 yrs old, 6st. 111b.

2 2 2 Gen. Grosvenor's ro. f. Bellaria, 4 yrs old, 8st. 10lb...

4 3 dr, Bellaria the favourite, and 7 to ! agst the winner.

WEDNESDAY, WEDNESDAY, August 2.-Fifty Pounds for all ages.-Two-mile leats. Lord Rous's cb. g. Araxes, by Quiz, 4 yrs old, 7st. 131b.....

1 Major Wilson's cb. f. by Selim, 4 yrs old, 7st. 6lb...,

2 2 Mr. Sisson's ch, m. Folly, aged, 8st. Tilb.

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YORK AUGUST MEETING. SATURDAY, August 19.---Match for 100gs. b. ft.-Last mile and

half. Sir M. M. Sykes's ch. f. by Camillus, out of Sir Marrinell's dam, 8st.

walked over. Mr. Watt's b. c. by Orville, out of Tamborine, Sst. 3lb..... paid forfeit,

MONDAY, August 21.-The Produce Stakes of 100gs. each, b, ft. colts, &st. 71b. fillies, 8st. 4lb. (31b. allowed, &c.)-Four miles.-Fifteen subscribers. Mr. Peirse's b. f. Rosanne, by Dick Andrews, out of Rosette, 3lb.

(B. Smith) Mr. Peirse's gr. f. Eborina, by Orville, out of Constantia, 3lb. (R. Johnson)..

2 Sir G. Armytage's b. f. Legacy, by Beningbrongh, out of Roxana, (G. Humble)

3 Three to 1 that Mr. Peirse won.-Rosanne took the lead, was never

headed, and won easy.-Run in 8 minutes and 5 seconds. The second year of a Subscription of 25gs. each, for four-years-old

colts, 8st. 3lb. fillies, 8st. five, 8st. 10lb. six and aged, 9st.–Two

miles.-Eleven subscribers. Lord Scarbrough's b. h. Catton, hy Golumpus, 6 yrs old (S. King).. 1 Mr. Watt's ch. m. Altisidora, by Dick Andrews, 5 yrs old (J. Jackson) 2 Sir W. Maxwell's gr. h. Viscount, by Stamford, 6 yrs old (B. Smith) 3 Five to 2 on Altisidora.-Won easy.--Run in 3 minutes and 33

seconds. The King's Purse of 100gs. for four-year-olds, 10st. 4lh. five, 11st. 61b.

six, 12st. and aged, 12st. 21b.-Four miles, Mr. G. Crompton's b. c. Jacky-my-Lad, hy Williamson's Ditto, 4 yrs old (J. Garbutt).

1 Mr. T. Duncombe's b. c. by Orville, dam hy Precipitate, 4 yrs old (J. Jackson)

2 Mr. Fewster's gr.c. Linnæus, by Knowsley, 4 yrs old (J. Shepherd).. 3 Mr. Bamlett's ch. g. by Pandolpho, 4 yrs old (W. Peirse)

4 Lord Scarhrough's b. f. Miss Catton, by Golumpus, 4 yrs old (S.

King)
Mr. Shipley's b. c. by Golumpus, 4 yrs old (W. Sergeant).

6 Two to lagst Jacky-my-Lad.-A very good race. Mr. Watt's eh. m. Altisidora, by Dick Andrews, 8st. 73b. against Sir M. M. Sykes's b. b. Prime-Minister, by Sancho, 8st. 71b. 200gs. two niles.- OX.

TUESDAY,

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TUESDAY, August 22.-Sweepstakes of 20gs. each, for two-yearsold colts, 8st. 5lb. fillies, 8st. 21b.-Two-year-Olds' Course.-Sevea subscriers. Mr. W. Wilson's b. f. by Cardinal York, dam by Beningbrough (R. Jobpson).....

1 Mr. Michaelson's (late Sir W. Maxwell's) br. f. Lotta, by Haphazard, dam hy Hambletonian (B. Smitb)...

2 Mr. Brandling's h. c. by Orville, out of Fred's dam (J. Shepherd)...., 3 Lord Fitzwilliam's b. c. by Cervantes, dam, (Fanny, Sally, and Mary's dam) by Diomed (W. Clift)

4 Mr. Garforth's gr. f. by Evander, out of Marcia (Mark Noble).....

Five to 4 agst Lotta, and 2 to 1 agst the winner. The Peregrine Stakes of 50gs. each, b. ft. for three-years-old colts, 8st.

21b. fillies, 8st.-Last mile and three quarters.--Seven subscribers. Mr. Garforth's gr. f. by Hambletonian, out of Marcia, by Coriander,

(Mark Noble) Mr. Watt's b. c. Prince, by Hambletonian, out of Tuneful (J. Jackson)

2 Sir G. Armytage's h, f. Emma, by Hambletonian, out of Margaret, (G. Humble) ...

3 Even betting on Mr. Garforth's filly.--Won easy. Fifty Pounds for three-year-olds, 7st. 71b. and four, &st. 8lb.-Maiden

colts allowed 21h. and fillies, 3lb.--Heats, one mile and three quarters.

The winner to be sold for 200gs. &c. Mr. Tatham's bl. c. Medium, hy Windle, 3 yrs (G. Nelson)..5011 Mr. Fewster's gr. c. Linnæus, by Knowsley, 4 yrs old (J. Shepherd)

4 3 2 2 Mr. Hornby's br. c. Surveyor, by Paynator, 4 yrs old (J. Jackson)...

3 4 3 3 Duke of Hamilton's bl. f. by Governor, out of Young Miss Pratt, 3 yrs old (Mark Noble)

104 dr. Mr. G. Crompton's b. c. The Major, by Hambletonian, 3 yrs old (J. Garbutt)

2 5 dr. Fire to 4 agst the Duke's filly; after the first beat, 2 to 1 on the

Duke's filly; after tbe dead heat, 5 to 4 agst her; after the third heat, 4 to 1. on Medium.—A very fine race.

WEDNESDAY, August 23.--Sweepstakes of 50gs. each, h. ft. for three-years-old colts, Est. 21h. fillies, 7st. 131b.-Two miles. Three subscribers. Duke of Leeds's br. f. by Orville, out of Trumpetta (T. Shepherd) 1 Mr. Hutchinson's b. c. by Remembrancer, dam by Sir Peter (B. Smith).....

2 Five to 4 on the Duke of Leeds's filly.-When turning Middlethorpe

Corner, Shepherd's saddle, owing to the girths becoming slack, though tigbter girthed than usual, bad nearly dismounted him, notwithstanding, in that perilous sitnation, he won his race easy.-Run in 3 mi. Dutes and 49 seconds.

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Sweepstakes of 100gs. each, b. ft. for four-years-old colts, &st. 5lb. Allies,

8st. 2lb.-Two miles.-Four subscribers. Lord Fitzwilliam's br. f. Desdemona, by Orville, out of Fanny (W. Clift)

1 Duke of Leeds's b. f. by Pandolpho, dan by Antæus (J. Shepherd).. 2 Six to 4 ou Desdemona.-Won easy.-Run in 3 minutes and 37 seconds,

Match for 500gs.--Two miles. Mr. Featherstonbaugh's b. m. Zuleika, by Alonzo, 6 yrs old, 12st. 71b. (the owner)

1 Mr. Kirby's b. b. Kutusoff, hy Brown-Bread, 5 yrs old, 12st. 71b. (Mr. Tatton Sykes)..

Six to 5 on Kutusoff.- Won very easy. The second year of a Subscription of 50gs. each, divided into three

Purses, with 50l. added to each, by the City of York, for five-years

old horses, &c. carrying 8st. 7in, each.-Four miles.-Thirteen sub. Mr. Watt's ch, m. Altisidora, by Dick Andrews (J. Jackson)

1 Duke of Leeds's ch.h. Hocuspocus, hy Quiz (J. Shepherd)

2 Lord Scarbrough’s b. b. Kexby, by Golumpis (Geo. Nelson)

3 Seven to 4 on Altisidora.-Won easy.--Run in 7 min. and 55 sec.

THURSDAY, August 24.—The Produce Stakes of 100gs. each, h. ft. colts, 8st. 5lb. fillies, 8st. 21b. (3lb. allowerl, &c.)-Two miles.-Nineteen subscribers. Lord Miltou's b. c. by Orville, out of Mary, 3lb. (W. Clift)....... Mr. Peirse's b. f. by Dick Andrews, out of Rosette, 316. (R. Johnson) 2 Sir M. M. Sykes's gr. c. by Camillus, out of Hornpipe Teazle, 3lh." (J. Shepherd) ..

3 Mr. Gascoigne's b.c. Little Thomas, by Sir David, out of Tbomasina,

3lb. (J. Jackson). Duke of Leeds's b. f. by Dick Andrews, dam by Sir Peter, 3lb. (T.

Shepherd) Two to i agst Little Thomas, 5 to 2 agst the winner, 11 to 5 agst Mr.

Peirse's filly, 5 to 1 agst the Camillus colt, and 12 to, ) against the

Duke of Leeds's filly.--Won easy. The second year of a Subscription of 50gs. each, divided into three

Purses, with 50l. added to each, by the City of York, for six-year

olds, 8st. 10lb. and ageel, gst.-Four miles. Lord Scarbrough's Catton, by Golumpus, 6 yrs old (8. King)..... Mr. Watt's Altisidora, by Dick Andrews, 5 yrs old (J. Jackson) 2 Four to 1 on Catton.-Altisidora took the lead, and kept it for about a

mile and a half, after which, Catton passed her, and at turning, (two miles) she appeared completely beat, wben Catton made his owu play, and won very easy.-Run in 7 miautes and 49 seconds.

Sir G. Armytage's b. f. Legacy, by Bepingbrough, received forfeit from Mr. Brandling's b. c. Willy Ramsey, by Orville, 8st. 4lb. each, four miles, 200gs. b. ft.

FRIDAY, August 25.-Match for 100ys. b. ft.-Last mile and three quarters. Mr. Brandling's b. c. Parson Adams, by Dick Andrews, 8st. 3lb. (J. Shepherd)

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Sir G. Armytage's b.f. Emma, 8st. 2lb. (G. Humble)

2 Even betting.-A good race. The second year of a Subscription of 50gs. each, divided into three

Purses, with 50l. added to each, by the City of York, for four-years

old colts, 8st. 71h. fillies, 8st. 41b.-Four miles.
Mr. Peirse's gr. f. Eborina, by Orville, out of Constantia (B. Smith)
Lord Queensberry's ch. c. King David, by Remembrancer, (R.

Johnson).
Mr. Gascoigne's b. f. Miss Cannon, by Orville (J. Jackson)

3 Duke of Leeds's b. c. by Beningbrough, out of Palma (J. Shepherd) 4 Five to 2 on Eborina, 7 to 2 agst King David, and 5 to 1 agst Miss

Cannon.-A good race.
Sweepstakes of 50gs. each, 20gs. ft. for three-years-old fillies, Sst. 2lb,

eacb.-Last mile and three quarters.--Tbree subscribers.
Duke of Leeds's bay, by Orville, out of Trumpetta, received forfeit from

Mr. Watt's bay, Jenny Wren, Sister to Tom Tit. SATURDAY, August 26.-Sweepstakes of 30gs. each, 10gs. ft. colts, 8st. 5lb. fillies, 8st. 2lb.-Last mile and a quarter.- Eighteen subscribers. Lord Scarbrough's ch.c. Hurricane, Brother to Tempest, by Hamble

tonian, dam by St. George (George Nelson)....
Mr. Brown's b. c. Fugleman, by Sir David (J. Jackson)

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Mr. Smith's b. c. by Dick Andrews, dam by Sir Peter (Johnson) 3
Mr. Garfortb's gr. c. by Camillus, dam by Ruler (Mark Noble) 4
Mr. Beverley's b. c. Robin Adair, hy Runaway (W. Marson)
Even betting on Fugleman, and 3 to 1 agst Mr. Garforth's colt.--A

very good race.
The Ladies' Plate.--Heats, one mile and three qnarters.
Sir M. M. Sykes's gr. c. by Camillus, out of Hornpipe Teazle, 3
yrs old, 7st. 31b. (G. Ézard)....

6 1 1 Lord Scarbrough's b. f. Miss Catton, 4 yrs old, 7st, 10lb.... 1 6 3 Sir G. Armytage's Legacy, 4 yrs old, 8st.

4 2 2 Mr. Gascoigne's b.c. Waterloo, by Orville, 4 yrs old, 8st. 8lb...2 5 4 Mr. T. Duncombe's b. c. by Orville, dam by Precipitate, 4 yrs old, 3st. 121h. (T. Shepherd)

5 4 5 Mr. Cooper's ch. m. by Scapefire, 5 yrs old, 6st. 121b.

7 7 6 Mr. Treacher's br. c. hy Orville, 3 yrs old, 6st. 121b.... 3 3 dr. Mr. N. B. Hodgson's b. f. by Patroclus, out of Catherine, yrs old, 6st. 4lh....

dis. O Mr. Hodgson's filly threw her rider at starting, but continued run

ning, and came in third. The field the favourite; after the first heat, 4 to 1 agst Legacy, 10 to 1

agst Waterloo, and 3 to 1 agst Sir M. Sykes's colt; after the second beat, 4 to 1 on the winner,

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