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Veils on, 232
Ι Ν D Ε Χ.
69 Sportsman's-hall, feast of wit, or, Triumph and benevolence, fete 51, 99, 158
of, 202 Sportsmen, accomplished, apparel | Trotting mare, Ogden's, 31. Mr. necessary for, 145
Bishop's exploits of, 237 Sportswoman, the accomplished, Turtle doves, manner of taking, 154
107 Stanzas, 124 Stallions, celebrated, deaths of,
V. 17 Staring Tom, affidavit refpe&ting, Undress, on the fashionable, 232
Veterinarian retort, 21
Wales, the late prince of, anec
dote of him, 333 T.
Walnut, pedigree and exploits of,
156. Time, race against, 171
Wells, Mrs. her address, 124 To those who understand them, Whale, modern method of hunt. 123
ing the, 75, 769 Torturing of horses, 188
Whimsical compliment, 157 Tournay, racing at, 127
Whist, on the game of, 209 : Traps, description of, to catch Wit, feast of, 51, 99, 158, 215,
Widow, verses on one, 232
Wild horse, hunting the, 321 Treatise on Farriery, 133,189,243 Wolf, natural history of the, 104 Trial in the king's bench, 26.
For cruelty to horses, 188
DIRECTIONS TO THE BINDER
FOR PLACING THE CUTS
To the Fourth Wolume.
1. Meeting of the Surrey Bowmen to face Title
Mr. Bishop's Trotting Mare
154 183 196
CATTERICK HUNT, RICHMOND, SEPT. 3, 1993:
Sweepstakes of jogs p. p.
Hunters, to be run for Sweepstakes of togs each, pp. to be run for on the
on the last day of the Races, ift day of O&ober, 1794, by real 1794, by actual Hunters, that
Match, hunters, that sever
won plate, won gol. or upwards (Hunter's Matches and Sweepitakes. "Hunters, Matches, Sweepstakes excepted) and to
and Sweepstakes excepted; and have been hunted regularly the
to ha e regularly hutted the preseason before riinning: a certificeding seafon (10 ti es at least to cate whereof is to be produced miles. This Sweepstakes to close,
be rode by Gentlemen, 12ft four from the owner of the hounds or huntsman, with whom they
and the horses nanied, on or before have hunted. To carry 121t
the i ft of May, 1794, to the Clerk each, and to be sode by Gentle of the Course, Richmond. men, and approved of as such by
PRESENT SUBSCRIBERS. the Subscribers. To four mile heat. The horses to be named to Mr. Fergufon, of
W. M. Milbank, C. Norton,
G. Haffell, Catterick Bridge, or Mr. Rhodes,
L. Dundass. of York, on
or before the ni J. W. Wardle, day of April, 1794.
To start at two o'clock. Present SUBSCRIBERS.
In SepteMBER 1794.
Sweepltakes of 20gs each, for John Lawson, Conyers Norton, 3 yr old ; colts, 8ft fillies, C L. S. Mafun, W.M. Milbank, t. 12lb
round the J W. Wardle. P. Denys.
Course. George Haffell,
Ld Fitzwilliam's f. by Sir Pete",
out of a Marikė mare. 1796.
Sir T. Dundas's ch c. by Eagle, Mr W. Peirse's b. f. by Drone, dam by Telemachus ags Mr. T. Field's ch. c. by Re- Sir H. Williamson's f. by Phænofuse, 8ft. lb. each, two miles, menon, dan by Eclipse gogs.
Mr. Denys's b f. by Highflyer,
dam by Woodpecker VOL. IV. No. XIX.
Capt. Nerton, Stewards
RACING CALEN.D A R.
Mr. Norton's f. Princess Arra , ed) and to have been hunted the
Bess, by Young Marke, dam by season before running ; a certifi.
cate whereof is to be produced from Mr. Milbank's b. f. Miss P by the owner of the
or Young Marike, dam by Al. huntsman with whom they fred
have hunted. To
carry 12ft. Mr. Clifton's b. c. by Ruler, dam and to be rode by Gentlemen, by Arbitrator
Four miles. To be approved of Mr. Garforth's ch. c. by Young | as Gentlemen by a majority of
Morwick, dam by Highflyer, Subscribers. To be named to grand dam by Marske
Mr. Walton, of Northallerton, Mr. J. Fenton's gr. c. by Delpini, on or before the 1st of April, dam by Ancaster, bought of 1794.
Fergus, dam by Snap, out of Present SUBSCRIBERS:
W. M. Milbank, George Haffell,
E. Topham, P. Denys. NEW MALTON, (YORKSHIRE)
SECOND DAY-A SweepOCTOBER, 1794.
stakes of rogs each, p. po for 3 FIRST DAY.-A Sweepstakes yr old colts, st. alb. fillies, 8ft
. 3 miles. of 20gs each, Three mile heat.
Sir Charles Turner's gr f. by Del. Earl Fitzwilliam's br. f. Evelina, Mr. Milbank's br. c. Squirrel
pini, dam by Rhanthos by Highflyer, dam by Tantrum,
by Sir Peter Teazle, dam by 3 yrs old, 5st. 10lb. Mr. Garforth's ch. f. by Young Mr. Topham's b. f. by Young
Marike, dam by Highflyer
Mr. Garforth's ch. c. by Young by Drone, dam by Herod, 4 yrs.
Morwick, dam by Highflyer,
Grand dam by Marke old, 717. Mr. Hutchinson's b. c. Oberon,
Capt. Norton is a Subscriber,
but did not name. by Highflyer, dam by Eclipse, 4
Stew'. yrs old, 7it. alb. Mr. Robinson's b. c. by Weasel,
Edward Topham, Esqrs.) ards.
E, whose names are here. for real Hunters, to be run unto subscribed, do agree for on the ist day of Allerton to run each a four year old colt or Races, 1794,
Newcastle Town 5cl. or upwards (Hunters Matches, Moor, the first day of the Race Sweepstakes, and Platese xcept week, 1794 ;-one 4-mile heat,
RACING CAL END A R.
3 for 20gs. each, P: P: colts to carry | Mr. Wentworth's Prince de Co. 8ft. 31b. fillies, gst. This Sub bourg by Delpini scription to be kept open till the Mr. Garforth's ch. f. by Young first day of March next, and the Morwick, out of Atalanta horses to be named to Mr. Bro. Mr. Welburn's b. f. by Young die of Newcastle, or Mr. Rhodes Morwick, out
of Comet's of York, on or before that day.
dam Subscribers to pay before start. Mr. G. Crompton's ch. c. by ing, or pay double Stakes. If Phenomenon, out of Diddapo any disputes arise, they shall be
per decided by a gentleman to be ap A Hunter's Sweepstakes of 1ogs pointed by the majority of the each to be run for over WakeSubscribers present. Five Subscri- field Outwood, by horses, &c. bers or no Race.
that never won Plate, Match, or
Sweepstakes, before the first of Ld Strathmore
To carry 12ft. Ld Tyrconnel
each ;-one 4-mile heat ; and to Ld Hume
be run on the first day of Wakefield
3 yr olds.
The horses, &c. to be named
to Mr. Rhodes at York, or Mr. IN SEPTEMBER.
Robert Pearson of Wakefield, on Weepftakes of zogs each; for or before the first day of May,
1794 ; and to be, at, the time, Mr. Burdon's b. c. by Dungan
bona fide the property of the Sub
fcriber. non, his dam (fifter to Juniper) by Snap, bred by the D. This Sweepstakes is closed.
of Grafton Mr. Peirfe's b. f. by Young
SUBSCRIBERS. Marike, dam by Highflyer, out of Dunce's dam
Ld Fitzwilliam Sir Rowland Sir C. Turner's gr. f. by Delpini,
Major Hewitson Winn dam by Rhanthos
Mr. T. R. Beau. Mr. Wilson Mr. Garforth's ch. c. by Young
mont Morwick, dam by Highflyer, Sir T. Pilking
Mr. T. Fenton,
Jun. grand dam by Marke
ton Mi. T. Field's b. f. by Highflyer, Mr W. Lee
Mr.W.Milbank dam by Woodpecker
Sir G. Armytage Mr. John Reece
of 2ogs each, for regular Hun. two miles.
ters, that never started before the Ld. Fitzwilliam's br. f Evelina, firf of March, 1794, carrying
Teft. each ;--- four miles. by Highflyer, out of Teima.
This Sweepstakes is closed.