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or no race.
29 this Stakes to have been in the
one or more plates, or sweepstakes poffefsion of the Subscribers on the
year of running, to carry 3lb. or before the first day of January, extra-one 2-mile heat. Six sub61796 and 1797, and never to have scribers, or no race. To close on won the value of 201. in plate the ist of O&tober, 1795. The or Sweepstakes. No losing horfe, horses to be named to Henry Crothat has ever run for this Stakes loer, Bridge, on or before the a fi of in any preceding, shall be exempt March, 1796 and 1797, from running again the following LJ Sondes year. If any dispute fhall arise re
Sir H. V. Tempest specting the qualifications of any Sir E. Knatcbbull horse, it shall be determined by the Sir J. Honeywood. majority of Subscribers then preSent, and their determination to be final. The horses, &c. to be named
LAMBOURN. to Mr. Crofoer, Canterbury, on or
THE and be Subscribers, scribers iogs each, for all
ages, carrying Oxford-Cup weights Ld Sondes
-four miles. The cup to be usSir John Honeywood
dered by the ftewards, and all above J. Montresor, Esq.
the value of it to be paid in fpecie. 1. W.H. Bydges, Esq.
The horses, &c. to be named to the J. Madocks, Esq,
clerk of the course, at Wantage, Articles for a Sweepstakes, for two
and to be the property of the subscri
ber, at the time of naming. Five Years, 1796 and 1797. subscribers, or no race. The fubFor rogs each,.p. p. free for all scriptions to be paid at the time of ages ; three yr olds, st. four yr naming, or the horse, &c. named, olds, 8ft. 41b. five yr olds, 8ft. 121b. by the subscriber making default, fix yr olds, oft. ib. and aged 9ft. will not be entitled to the cup. 21b. Mares allowed 316.-2-mile No day mentioned.-A sweep-' heats. To be run for on Barham stakes of iogs each, p. p, for three Downs, on Tuesday in the race and four yr olds, that have never week. The horses, &c. to be nam. won previous to the time of named to Mr. Crosoer, Canterbury, on ing; four yr olds, 8ft. glb. three yr or before the first day of March, olds, 7ft. 5lb. Fillies and geldings 1796 and 1997.
allowed 2lb.-one 2-mile heat. Toe Ld Sondes
horses, &c. to be named to the clerk Sir E. Knatchboll
of the course.
Five subscribers, Sir 1. Honeywood
or no race. The fubfcription to be $. E. Brydges, Esq.
paid at the time of naming, or the Sir H. V. Tempelt.
horse, &c. named by the subscriber N.B. The above two sweepstakes making default, will not be entiwill remain open till the ist of tled to the stakes. March, 1793.
N. B. A winner of one plate, A sweepstakes of 2ogs each, for match, or sweepstakes, in 1795, 10 three and four yr olds, for two carry 5lb. extra. of illo 7lb. extra. years, 1796 and 1797; tbree yr Williain Halleit olds to carry 7ft. four yr olds, 8it. W. Powlett Powlett Mares allowed 3lb. The winner of W. P. Hamond.
Mr. Go Lokacigh } Stewards.
RACING C A L E N D AR.
3-mile beats. Mares and geldinga A sweepstakes of 1ogs each p. p. allowed 2lb. for three yr olds, that have never The horses, &c. to be the rub. ftarted, paid or received forfeit, scribers own property, on the ist previous to the time of naming ; of April, 1799, and the money to colts, 8ft. 21b, fillies, 8ft.—the last be paid into the hands of Mr. T. mile and a half of the course. · The
Cartu'right, clerk of the course, on horses to be named to the clerk of the day of entrance, preceding the the course, and to be the property races, when proper certificates are of the subscriber, at the time of produced of their age, &c. naming. The subscription to be paid at the time of naming, or the Mr. Trafford hour, &c. named, by the subscriber
By whom all disputes are to be making default, will not be entitled
determined. to the stakes. Five subscribers or
Six subscribers by the ift of
April, or no race.
Thomas Tarleton, Esq.
William Tatton, Esq.
T. L. Brooke, Esq.
before starting, or double. Six subD. Dundas
scribers, or no race.
Sir W. Gerard
William Hulton, Esq.
A subscription of 2ogs each, p. agft Mr. Halleti's ch. c. by Volun
p. for four, five, fix yr olds, and teer, 4 yrs old, 8ft.-Two miles, for aged horses ; four yr olds to carry
7ft. 7lb. five yr olds, Sft. 41b. fix
Mares and geldings to be allowed
21b.--the best of one 4-mile heat.
To be run the first day of the races, to be run over Beam Heath, 1796. This subscription to remain the first I of the races, by four, open till the ist day of March, five, fix yr olds, and aged horses, and the horses to be named to the &c.; four
yr olds to carry 7st. 10lb. clerk of the course, on or before five yr olds, 8ft. 61b. fix yr olds 8ft. that day, and the money to be paid 12lb. and aged, git. 21b.-the best of to the clerk of the course, before
Joogs, h. ft.
RACING CALENDAR : Starting, or double. Six fubfcri
ABINGDON. bers, or no race. T. Tarleton, Esq.
Subscription of togs each, John Fazerkleey, Esq.
p. p. (one 4-milé hear) for William Hulton, Esq.
horfes, &c. of all ages; three yr The 'races to be about the same olds to carry sit. 12lb. four ye time they were this year.
olds, „ft. 3lb. five yr olds, 8ft. ilb. fix yr olds and aged, 8ft. rolb. Mares allowed alb. The horfes
&c. to be named to the clerk of EGHAM.
the course, at Abingdon, on or before the last day of Craven
Meeting, 1796; and at the time of HE Magna Charter Stakes of naming, the subscription is to be 203s each, for three yr old paid.
SUBSCRIBERS. colts to carry 8ft. 316. fillies Sft. the new mile. The winner of Captain Loyeden
Sir. F. Poole. the Derby or Oaks Stakes to carry 41b. extra. The horses to be nained to Stephen Sims, clerk of the A subscription of 585 each, p. p. course, at Egham.
(one 4-mile heat) for bona fide real hunters, to carry 12ft. each, and
to be the property of the subscriber A Sweepstakes of 20gs each, for at the time of naming. The horses, 2-yr olds; the last half of the new &c. to be named to the clerk of the mile; colts to carry 8ft. fillies 7ft. | course, at Abingdon, on or before jilb. The winner of the Wood. the ist day of May, and at the cot Stakes Carry 41b. extra.
time of naming, the subscription Same day.- A Sweepstakes of
is to be paid. Certificates must jogs each for all ages-three miles. be produced at the time of nam
To start at the mile-post. Mares to ing, from the master of the hounrts
Mr. Sykes to carry 7st. 7lb. four yr olds 81.
Mr. Darby alb. fillies to be allowed 316.-two Colonel Stead miles. The winner of the Derby, Mr. J. Philips Oaks, or Magna Charta Stakes, Mr. Bullock in 1796, to carry 41b. extra.
Mr. M. Phillips. Horses to be named to the clerk of the courte.
AST day, in the morning. T. Smith Barwell, Esq.
A subscription of iogs each, Ralph Leicester, jun. Efq. for four yr olds to carry 7ft. 716.
RACING CALENDAR. five yr olds, 8ft. slb. lix yr olds,
SECOND 'DAY. 8ft. 1216. and aged gft. Mares and
A Sweepstakes of togs each; for geldings to be allowed 3lb.- four
horses that never won plate or miles.
sweepstakes, before April, 1796, To be continued in 1797, and two miles, five yr olds, rift. zib. 1798, and the horses for each year fix yr olds, and aged, 12ft. to be named to the clerk of the
PRESENT SUBSCRIBERS. course, by twelve o'clock at noon,
R. Drax Grosvenor, Esq. on the day preceding the race.
Charles Taylor, Esq.
To be run over Grantham Race
Course, on the first day of the Mr, Delmé
race, 1796, a sweepstakes of 2ogs Sir John Lade
each, p.p. for three yr olds, colts to Sir J. Shelley
carry 8ft. 3lb. fillies, Sft.-two miles. Sir H. Featherston
Four subscribers, or no race. The Sir W. Afton
horses to be named to the clerk of Mr. Grosvenor
hunters, p. p. that never started for BLANDFORD.
plate, match, or sweepstakes, and that never were in training, or paid or received forfeit, carrying 1211.
A Sweepstakes of nogs cach, for four miles. To be named to the
four miles, that never started
John Calcraft, Esq.
ST. LEGER STAKES.
WEEPSTAKES of 25gs each, old, the first day of next Doncaster Races; colts to carry 8ft. 2lb. fillies 2-miles.
To colts or fillies to be named fcriber at the time of naming. The to Mr. Stanuel, Clerk of the Course, Subscription to be paid at the time at Doncaster, or to Mr. Rhodes, at of naming, or the horse, &c. named York.
by the Subscriber making default, PRESENT SUBSCRIBERS. will not be entitled to the cup. Sir C. Turner
Five Subscribers, or no Race,
Thomas Wallace Dunlop
A Sweepstakes of 10gs. each p. p.
for three and four yr. olds, that Sir W. Lowther
have never won previous to the time Sir H. V. Tempest
of naming ; three yr old colts, 8ft. RENEWED DONCASTER alb. fillies 8it: four yr old colts, gft. STAKES.
61b. fillies gft. 4lb.-the last mile Sweepstakes of rogs. each, with and a half of the course. The 2ogs. added by the Corporation of horses, &c. to be named to the Doncaster : for three-yr-olds carry Clerk of the Course at Wantage, to ing 6ft. four-yr-olds, 7ft. 71b. five be the
of the Subscriber at yr-olds, 8ft. fix-yr-olds, and aged, the time of naming. The Subscrip8ft. 10lb.-four miles.
tions to be paid at the time of To be named to the Clerk of the
naming, or the horse, &c. named Course, on the day of entrance for by the Subscriber making dethe Plates, and the horses, &c. fault, will not be entiled to the to be bona fide the property of a Stakes. Subscriber or his declared confede.
No day mentioned-A Sweeprate.
stakes of iogs. each, p. p. for hunPRESENT SUBSCRIBERS. ters that have never started, paid, Earl Fitzwilliam
or received forfeit, previous to the Sir W. W. Wynne
time of naming, and to be the proMr. Wentworth
perty of the Subscriber at the time Mr. Wilson
of naming ; carrying 12ft.-four Sir C. Turner
miles. The horses to be named Sir H. V. Tempest
to the Clerk of the Course. The Subscriptions to be paid at the time of naming, or the horse, &c. named
by the Subscriber making default, WANTAGE.
will nor be entitled to the Stakes. FIRST DAY.
Edwin Martin Atkins
Tho. Wallace Dunlop
William Thoinas Darby
Sir Thomas Wallace Dunlop's