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Ld Belfast's b. b. Polyanthus, Mr. T. Hutchinson's br. h. by Por80's, 5 yrs old, 8ft. Confitution, 6 yrs old
Ld Darlington's b. m. ConMr. Anson's b. c. Venture, 3 Atant, 6 yrs old
4 yrs old, zit
Mr. Cookson's ch. h. Huby, Ld Grey,“ br. c. by Sir Peter, aged
5 4 yrs old, 81t,
3 On Thursday the 10th, a sweep.
stakes of zogs. each, for three yr
old colts, Sit. and fillies, 717. 12lb. At RICHMOND,
once round the course (about a YORK HIT E.
mile and half.) 11 subscribers. N Tuesday, September the Mr. Peirce's b. c. by Ru'er,
8th, sol. for Horses, that out of Rosina never won the value of nocl. at Mr. Norton's br. c. by Sir one time; four yr olds, 7ft. 71b. Peter, out of Maid of Or. five yr olds, 81t. 3lb. lix yr olds,
leans 8ft. i1lb. and aged, gft. The Mr. Clifton's b. f. Monica, by winner of one sol. plate this Sir Peter
3 year, carrying 3lb. extra, of two, Ld Dundas's b. c. by Ruler, slb 3-mile heats.
out of Emma
4 Mr Fletcher's
Sir J. Lawson's b. c. by BouTrimbush, by Young
drow, dam by Magnet 5 Morwick, 4 yrs old
Fifty pounds, for three yr olds, Mr. Clifton's bih: Chariot, 7ft. 41b. and four yr olds, 8ft. 6 yrs old
Maiden colts allowed alb, Mr. Cookson's b. h. Saun.
3lb. 2-mile tering Jack, 6 yrs old
heats. On Wednesday, the gth, his Mr. Milbank's b. c. Sober Majesty's plate of 100gs. for five Robin, by. Ruler, 3 yrs yr old mares, carrying roft. old
OI ! 4 miles,
Mr. Clifton's Eustatia, 4 Mr. Fowler's ch. m. Cham.
3 2 2 ber, by Phænomenon
Mr. Fletcher's Trimbush,
N except the winners of the three
the great subscriptions at York, this
of icogs, for fix yr olds, carrying year; three yr olds carrying sst.
12ft. - 4.mile heats. 10lb, four yr olds, 7 7!6five Sir F. Poole's b. h. Waxy, yr glds:"8t! 3lb. fix yr olds, 88.
by Pot8o's, 5 yrs old solß. and aged, 9ft. Fillies al
Mr. Day's ch. h. Gautilowed by four miles.
mozin, 5 yrs old Mr. Wilson's b. f. Eliza, by
3 to i on Waxy. 761 Highflyet. 4.yts old
On Thursday, the roth, the Mr Olifton's in Euitatia, 4 filver bowl, for horses, carrying b.lyrs old
4 yrs old
0 3 3
Mr. Andrews's ch h. Ro.
Mr. Pearson's br. h. Pack
thread, by: Whipcord, Mr. Osman's br. g. Tap.
4 3 fter
Mr. Barnfilale's b. m. My Mr. Bacon's br. h. Young
Wife's Fancy, by Pagan,
2 dr Another horse started, and Mr. R. Heathcote's b. g.
Marquis, by Atlass, aged dif On Friday, the rith, gol. given
On Friday, the 11th, the noble. by the city members, for all ages ;
men and gentlemen's subscription four yr olds carrying zit. yıb. purse of 70gs for all ages; three five yr olds, 8ft. slh. The win yr olds, carrying bít. 616. four ner of one plate this year carrying yr olds, 8ft. five yr olds, 8ft. glb. 3lb. extra, of two, slb.-4. mile fixyr olds, gft. and aged, gft
alb. Maiden horses allowed 3lb.
and the winner of a King's plate Mr. Bott's br. c. by Dun.
this year carrying 41b. extra, gannon, out of Marcella,
2-mile heats. 4 yrs old
I Mr. Tate's b. h. Triptole
Dr. J. Willis's gr. f. by
Telemachus, 3 yrs old mus, 5 yrs old
Mr. Barnsdale's b. m. My
Wife's Fancy, by Pagan,
6 yrs old
1 2 2
2 1 2
At LINCOLN. NWednesday, September the gth, his Majesty's purse
At WARWICK. of 100gs. for four and five
old N Tuesday, September the mares.-2-mile heats.
igth, his Majesty's plate of Dr. Willis's gr. f. by Tele 100gs. for fix yr olds, carrying
machus, 3 yrs old, 7ft. 12ft.-4-mile heats. ulb.
211 Ld Egremont's b. h. Go. Mr. Sawdon's br. f. Ro.
hanna, by Mercury, 5 setta, by Partner, 4 yrs
old old, 7ft. 111b.
Mr. Annefley's ch. h. PanOn Thursday, the roth, the dolpho city purse of sol. for all ages ;
Ld Donegall's ch. h. Joe
Andrews three yr olds, bit. 3lb. four yr
3 3 3 olds, 5ft. 6lbfive yr olds,' 81. Mr. Mainwaring's ch. h. ilb. fix yr olds, sit
. 5lb. and by Boudrow aged, 8ft 71b. Mares and geld: Mr. Dyott's. gr. h. by ings allowed 3lb.- having won
dis once this year, carrying 3lb. ex Between the heats of his Majestra, if twice, 5lb. if three times ty's plate, a fweepstakes of cogs or more, 7lb.--2-mile heata.
each ;-heats, the last mile of Sir G. Heathcote's ch, m.
the course. The owner of the Petite, by Bourdeaux, s second horse receiving back his
istake, and the winner to be sold Mr. Douglas's ch. h. Mor for 100gs, if demanded, &c. (15 wick Ball, aged 32 subscribers.)
5 5. dr
Ld Oxford's b. f. Janette,
VON Tuesday, September the Ld Clarendon's ch. f. by
15th, sol. for horses that Rockingham, out of
had not won more than one plate Dryad, 4 yrs old, 8ft. or sweepstakes this year ; for four b.
yr olds, 7ft. 611. five yr olds, 8ft. Mr. G, Villers's b. f. by
41b. fix yr olds, 8ft. rolb. and Highflyer, out of Lilley,
aged, 8ft. 131b. Mares allowed of the Valley,
alb. and the winner of a plate or
4yrs old, 8ít. 7lb.
sweepstakes this year, carrying
3 Mr. Elliot's b. f. fitter to 3lb. extra.---4-mile heats. Rockingham, 4 yrs old, Mr. Annesley's b. h. Maf.
34 ter of Arts, by PharaMr. Bort's ch. f. Sweet
mønd, 6 yrs old
3 II Reseda, 4 yrs old, Eit. Mr. Cauty's b. h. Alder. volb, 4 5 man, aged
1 2 3
Mr. Day's ch. h. GautiA subscription purse of sol.
mozin, 5 yrs
2 3 3 No racę for want of Horses. Mr. Dolphin's b g. High
overs 5 yrs On Wednesday, the 16th, the Mr. Brereton's b. h. Young members' plate of sol.-4.mile Mercury, 6 yrs old heats.
on Gautimozin. Ld Oxford's ch. h. Dori
Sweepstakes of togs each, for cles, by Potso's, 5 yrs three yr old colts, 8ft. alb. apd old, 8t. 7lb.
2 II fillies, 8ft.-two miles. (2 SubLd Donegali's b. c. Aaron, scribers.) 4 yrs old, yt. 81b.
Sir F. Poole's b. c. [Pelter, by Mr. Darling's b. h. Edwin,
4 2 2 Colonel Stead's ch.c. by King Mr. Farley?s br. m. Brunetta, 6 yrs old, 8ft.
20 to 1 on Pelter. Fifty pounds for all ages ;
Sweepstakes of rogs each, for
all ages ;-four miles. (3 sub4-mile heats:
feribers.) Sir J. Leicester's b. c. "Fer. Captain Loveden's f. gulus, by King Fergus,
Miss Wilson walked over, 4 yrs old, 8A. 21b.
3.1,1 Mr. Lucas's br. h. Back
On Wednesday, the 16th, a fword Player, aged, 8st.
sweepstakes of sgs each, for huntglb.
ers, carrying 16ft.--four miles. Ld Stamford's b. h. Ru.
(12 subscribers) brough. :5 yrs old, sit, Mr. Dundas's ch. g. Baron 61b. (breke down)
Sir F. Poole's ch. g. by SatelLd Clarendon's ch. f. by
lite Rockingham, 4 yrs old, Captain Loxeden's b. g. Free71. uilb.
5 yrs old, 8ft.
I 2 2
5 yrs old
Mr. Atkin's b. g, Jalap 4 , Mr. Mafon's b. h. Albion,
by Magog was not run for, for want of a
Mr. Milbank's b. 'h. Spanfufficient number of horses.
ker, by Young Marie
3 Mr. Lumley's b. h. John
ny Boy, by King Fergus 4
Mr. F. Lumley's b. m, by
On Friday the 18th, sol. for
8ft. The winner of that never
one 5.1. won more than one
since the first of March last, carsol. plate; five yr olds, sst. and the winner of one plate carrying rying 31b. of two, stb. extra, 3lb. extra.--3-mile heats.
4-mile heats. Mr. Baker's bh. Screve.
Mr Armstrong's ch. h. ton, by Highflyer, 5 yrs
Minimus, by Dunganaon, old
2 II Mr. Hudson's ch. h. Pron
Mr. Fowler's ch, m. Charto, 5 yrs 1 2 2 mer, 5 yrs old
Mr. l'Anson's b. m. He. 6 to 4 on Screveton, and after the
roine, 5 yrs old tirft heat, even betting. Capt. Wardell's b. g. Clerfayt, by Ruler, 6 yrs old, 12ft. zb. beat
At ENFIELD. Capt. Hall's br. g Loyalist, 12ft. two miles, loogs.
N Toesday, September the On Thursday the ryth, a mai 22d, 50l. for three and four den plate of sol. for three yr yr olds--2-mile heats. olds, 7st. 4lb, and four yr olds, Mr. Stirling's b. f. Anvi8ft. 6lb, fillies allowed 3lb. lina, by Anvil, 3 yrs 2-mile heats.
old. 6ft lb. Mr. Hurton's F. Wicked
Mr. Fordham's gr. f. CaftKate, by Young Marke,
off, 4 yrs old, sit. ilb. 3 yrs
Mr. Clark's b. c. Victor, old
3 IT Sir H. Williamson's ch, f.
4 yrs old, 8ft. a1lb
dif Laura, 4 yrs
1 2 4
It' being a disputed point wheMr. Lumley's ch. f. Mifs
ther Victor was distanced or not, Anne, 3 yrs old
he started again, and came in first Mr. Totty's gr. c. Man
the second heat, but we underFriday, 3 yrs old
stand the steward gave the plate 4 3 3
in favour of Mr. St rling. Sweepstakes of 5gs each, for hunters, carrying 12ft. The
Entrance for the gol. this day winner i of two hunter's sweep: Mr. Clark's Victor, 4 yrs old, stakes, carrying alb. 'extra, of ft. 111b. three, 5lb. and four yr olds, al. Mr. Harris's b. c. by Justice, 3 lowed slb. four finiles.
yrs old, gft. -41b. subscribers).
Mr. Gofden s b.m. Vixen, aged, Captain Wardell's b. h.
oft, ilb. Saxe Cobourg, by Boq Mr. Lord's b. m. Mulespinner, drow I 6 yrs old, 8ft. 131b.
Mr. Hannaway's b. m. Caft-off, Mr. Daly's ch. m. Irene, 6 yrs old, sit. 5lb.
by Bagot, 5 yrs old, st. Mr. William's b. h. Dew Worm,
4 6 yrs old, ift. 7lb.
Mr. Dennis's gr. c. Caffi
no, by Queensberry, 4 yrs old, 8ft. 41b.
2 3 Mr. Butler's ch. f. CatchIR EL A N D.
penny, by Dungannon,
4 yrs old, 7ft. rib.
Mr. Thornton's ch. f. by
Bagot, 4 yrs old, 7st.
Mr. Hamilton's f. Mary
Ann, by Bagot, 3 yrs
dif olds ; colts, 8ft. 3lb. fillies, | At starting, Struggler the favoSt.--Red Poft, home, sogs, h. rite, after the heat, 2 to i he ft. (10 subscribers.)
won. Mr. Kelly's b. c. Cornet, by
Mary Ann came in first the first Tug, on Comfort
heat, but her rider having, Mr. Kirwan's b. c. Toby, by
loft wt. was deemed distanced. Chocolate,
Mr. Taylor's 'ch. h. Chanti. Brown
cleer, by Woodpecker, aged, carMr. Hamilton's ch. f. by Ba. got, on Harmony
rying ift. beat Mr. Kirwan's b.
3 6. Drone, by Bagot, 5 yrs old. At starting, even betting, Cornet
carrying 8ft. 716.
Over' the agft the field.
course, for zoogs each, b. ft. Mr. Daly's Foudryant, by Ba
At starting, 6 to 5 on Drone, got, 5 yrs old, agit Mr. Butler's
who broke down. Soldier, by Chocolate, 5 yrs old, 8ft. 81beach, for the gold cup WEDNESDAY the gth. and
200gs each, p. p-one 4-mile King's plate of 100gs, for any heat. Čup articles, viz. four yr horse, carrying 12ft. — 4-mile olds, 7ft. 111b. five yr olds, oft. heats. 81b. six yr olds, &ft. 13lb. and aged gft.
Mr. G. Hamilton's gr.
h. Percy, by Croma.
Mr. Harris's ch. h. Gold.
finder, by Lottery, 6 Sixty guineas, Handicap plate, yrs old
4 1.22 --heats, Red Poft, home.. Horses Mr. Butler's b. h. Sol. &c. entered with Pat. Kelly, dier, by Chocolate, 5 keeper of the match book, before
1 3 4 dr two o'clock on Monday, paying Mr. Dennis's br. h. Box. 5gs entrance. Weights and dif. er, by Bagot, aged tance fixed by the stewards, be. Col. Lumm's ch. h.. fore fix o'clock fare evening. Ringleader, by Cho. Col. Lumm's b. c. Strug.
dif gler, by Tugg, 3 yrs
At starting, 5 to 4 Soldier agst the old, zit. 41b.
field; after the first heat, 3.
2 2 3