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FOR THE YEAR
Edward: cia :Fimes Weatherby.
VOLUME THE FORTY-SEVENTH.
Printed by C. H. Reynell, 45, Broad-street, Golden-square ;
AND SOLD AT THE PUBLISHERS' OFFICE,
No. 7, OXENDEN-STREET.
In 'the present Volume. 41 to the Sweepstakes won by Paulowitz, add“ (10 subscribers).” 46 to the ditto won by Financier, for " 4 subscribers” read “5." 71 line 23, for “ Black Sir Charles” read “ Stamford.” 85 line 4, the same correction, and also at
114. 103 in three places, for “ Parliament” read “ Parlington.” 213 and wherever Mr. Udny's c. by Truffle, out of Briseis, appears,
for “ Abjar” read “ Abjer."
The Volume for 1818.
377 the number of prizes won by Strephon, for “ 7." read “ 8." 422 to the pages referred to for Fitz-Orviile, add “ 155."
WREXHAM RACES, 1820.
(Omitted under the head of Races to come.) TO VUESDAY.-A Sweepstakes of 15gs each, for three yr
olds, 6st. 10lb, four, 8st. five, 8st. 10lb. six and aged, 8st. 12]b. m. and g. allowed 3lb. three times round.
To close and name to the Clerk of the Course, or at Mr. Weatherby's, on or before the 1st day of May, 1820. Four subscribers, or no race.
W. W. Wynn WEDNESDAY.-A Gold Cup, value 100gs, by a subscription of 10gs each, the remainder (if any) to the winner; three
olds, 6st. 9lb. four, 8st. five, &st. 9lb. six, 9st. and aged, 9st. 21b. Ten subscribers, or no race; the winner of any cup in the same year to carry 5lb. extra.
To close and name to the Clerk of the Course, or at Mr.
F. R. Price
Sweepstakes of 25gs each, for three yr old colts, 8st 3lb. and fillies, 8st. twice round.
To be named at Mr. Weatherby's, or to the Clerk of the Course, on or before the 1st of May. To be bona fide the property of the subscribers. Three subscribers, or no race. W. W. Wynn
Stamford and Warrington
Belgrave Thursday. Handicap Stakes of 10gs each, with 20gs added from the Fuud; 5gs ft. if declared by nine o'clock the morning of running. To be handicapped by the Stewards, or any Gentleman they shall appoint.
To close and name to the Clerk of the Course by twelve o'clock the day preceding the race ; 2-mile heats. W. W.
::. Ll: Lloyd
Stewards. JOHN S. MANLEY., Esq«:
Mr. William WiLLAMSON Clerk of the Course. No horses will be allowed to start for any of the subscriptions or the cup, unless the stakes be paid previous to starting.
ho na distance; colts, 8st. 8lb. fillies, 8st. 61b. those by untried stallions, or out of mares that have not bred a winner, to be allowed 3lb. if both, 5lb. La Derby's bl. f. by Milo, dam by Sorcerer Sir W.W. Wynn'š b. c. by Sorcerer, out of his hipped mare Sir J. G. Egerton's b. c. by Cestrian, out of Juno Mr. Mytton's ch. c. George the Third, by Fitz-James, out
of Catherine's dam Sir W. Wynne's b. c. by his Champion, dam by William