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Age st. Ib. Ld Henry Lennox na. b. c. Halo . Mr L. Herbert na. The Daughter of the Star · 3 Mr J. Harding na. Moodkee Mr W. V. Jenkins na. Rosin-the-Beau (h.-b.) Mr E. Hobson na. Congress Mr Gregory's c. by Euclid, dam by Taurus, out of Mysie

• • 3 4 4 The City Cup, value 100 sov, in specie, added to a Sweepstakes of 20 sov. each, h. ft. to start at the Red-post and go once round, about two miles and a half; three yrs old, 7st. four, 9st. 51b, five, 9st. 131b. six and aged, 10st. 41b. mares allowed 4ib. geldings, 7lb. horses got by Arabian, Turkish, or Persian stallions, or out of Arabian, Turkish, or Persian mares, allowed 181b. if both, 36ib. horses bred in America, or on the continent of Europe, allowed 14tb. horses (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) never having won 501. including their own stake, at any one time in 1847, previously to the day of starting, allowed 41b. four yrs old and upwards, never having won, or received as second horse, 1001. including their own stake, at any one time in 1846 or 1847, previously to the day of starting, and not having been placed in the Derby or St Leger of 1846 (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 10lb. Five yrs old and upwards, never having won, or received as second horse, 1001, including their own stake, at any one time in 1845, 1846, or 1847, previously to the day of start. ing (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 16ið. Maiden three yrs old allowed 8lb Maiden four yrs old, not having been placed in the Derby or St Leger of 1846 (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 141b. Maiden five yrs old (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 18lb. Maiden six yrs old and upwards (those hereunder specified as carrying extra weight excepted) allowed 281b. the second horse in any stake having received 1001. including his own stake, not to be considered maiden, The winner of the Port stakes in 1847 to carry 5lb. extra. The winner of the Ascot, Goodwood,' or Doncaster cups, or Derby or St Leger of 1846, to carry 5lb. extra. Neither the allowances of weight for not winning, nor the penalties of extra weight for winning, or for running second, are to be accumulative. Horses having won abroad not to be considered as winners in this stake. The winner to pay 10 sov. to the Judge, and 51, for weights and scales, and the second horse to save his stake. Mr A. Brettle's Komager (late Romager) 5 yrs Mr Collett's b. g. Chatterbox, by Chit-chat, out of Lady Blanche,

4 yrs Mr John Day's Elecampane, 3 yrs

Mr James Davies's b. g. Ludford, by Pollio, dam by Wamba, gran.

dam, Miss Foote, by Soothsayer, 5 yrs Mr A. W. Hill's ch. f. Moonlight, by Plenipotentiary, out of Twi

light, 3 yrs
Mr James's Arab horse, Monarch (imported in August 1846)
Mr Meiklam's b. c. Bannockburn, by Lanercost, 3 yrs
Mr Mostyn's b. c. Crozier, 3 yrs
Mr R. H. Nevill's gr. g. Remorse, 5 yrs
Mr Parr's b. g. Attorney, 5 yrs
Mr Thomas's b.g. Red Rover, by Sir John, 6 yrs
Mr Waller's b. f. Regalia, 4 yrs
Mr Wall's b. c. Quicksand, 3 yrs
· Ld Westminster's Caprice, by Pantaloon, 4 yrs

The Dyrham Park Stakes of 15 sov, each, 10 ft. with 100 sov. added (50 by G. W. Blathwayt, Esq. Lord of the Manor, and 50 by the Committee) for three yrs old colts, 8st. 10lb. fillies and geldings, 8st. 5lb. a winner of 100 sov. or upwards at any time before starting to carry 5lb. extra ; one mile and a half. The winner to pay 5 sov, to the Judge, and 5 sov. for weights and scales. Mr Bateman's The Questionable Mr Gully's Allertonian

- Tantivy
Sir J. Hawley's Miami
Sir J. B. Mili's Margaret of Anjou
Mr Meiklam's Bannockburn, by Lanercost
Mr Mostyn's b. c. Crozier

- b. f. Archness

- b. f. Queen Mary (late Twysoges) Mr Wall's b. c. Quicksand, by Liverpool

A Produce Sweepstakes of 50 sov. each, h, ft. for the produce of mares covered in 1843 ; colts, 8st. 10lb. fillies and geldings, 8st. 5ib. mares that never bred and horses that never got a winner of 1001. allowed 3ib. if both, 6lb. The winner to pay 5 sov. for weights and scales ; one mile. Mr S. Wreford. jur.'s c. by Muley Moloch, out of Margellina

- c. (dead) by Camel, out of Mouche

- br. f. Wild Doe, by Venison, out of Wapiti (31b.) Mr 1. Sadler's b.f. Miami, by Venison, out of Diversion (3íb.)

f. Moodkee, by Venison, out of Young Defiance (3lb.) Mr Isaac Day's b.f. by Sir Hercules, out of Maldonia Mr Herbert's ch. c. Tantivy, by Elis, out of Pet

br. f. by Elis, out of Walfruna Mr Griffiths's b. f. Lady Lift, by Sir Hercules, out of Sylph Mr Dixon's f. The Scottish Lassie, by Barnacles, out of Kittums

Mr John Day's br. f. Cora, by Coronation, out of Euryone (3lb.

Sweepstakes of 25 sov, each, 15 ft. for the produce of mares covered in 1844; colts, 8st. 10lb. fillies, 8st. 51b. those got by horses or out of mares that never bred a winner of 1001. allowed 3ib. the last three quarters of a mile. Mr Caffall's c. Bacchanalian, by Tipple Cider, out of Darkness Mr J. Day's b.f. Anglia, by Venison, out of Fortress D. of Richmond's b, or br. f. Hornpipe, by Venison, out of Reel

The Bath Handicap Stakes of 20 sov. each, 10 ft. and only 5 if declared to Messrs Weatherby, or Mr Reynolds, on or before the 31st of March, with 20 sov. added ; the winner of the Somerset. shire stakes to carry 5lb. extra. The winner to pay 2 sov. for weights and scales ; one mile and a half and a distance.

To close and name on the 1st of March to Messrs Weatherby, or Mr Reynolds, and the weights to be fixed before the 15th of the same month. Three to remain in, or no race.

The York Stakes (handicap) of 5 sov, each, with 20 sov. added ; beats, one mile.

The County Members' Plate of 50 sov. added to a Sweepstakes of 10 sov, each ; heats, one mile and a half.

Together with several other stakes, which will close shortly before the meeting; and full particulars thereof, and of all other stipulations, will be given in the Sheet Calendars and future advertisements.

All rules and regulations as to racing the same as at Newmarket, and all disputes to be determined by the Stewards, or by whom they may appoint, and such decision to be final and conclusive.

Three horses, belonging to different owners, to start for each race, or the money added will not be given.

G. W. BLATHWAYT, Esq.

Chairman and Lord of the Manor. Mr CLARK, of Newmarket, Judge.

1848. The Produce Stakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft. for three yrs old colts, 8st. 101b. fillies and geldings, 8st. 5ib. mares that never bred and horses that never got a winner of 1001, allowed 3lb. if both, 61b. The winner to pay 5 sov, for weights and scales; one mile. L G. Bentinck's b. f. by Touchstone, out of Olive Mr F. Clarke's f. Sample, by Venison, out of Specimen (31b.) Mr Caffall's c. Bacchanalian, by Tipple Cider, out of Darkness Mr J. Day's b. f, Anglia, by Venison, out of Fortress

Mr J. Day's b. c. Alderman's Walk, by Venison, out of Euryone Mr Herbert's br. f. Hope, by Touchstone, out of Miss Letty

b. f. Do it again, by Venison, out of Delightful

- b. f. by Touchstone, out of Pet Mr Pryse's c. by Coronation, out of Australia (6lb.) D. of Richmond's b. c. Buckie, by Venison, out of Baleine Mr I. Sadler's b. c, by Venison, out of Folly Mr Wreford, jun.'s br. f. Wild Deer, by Venison, out of Wapiti

(31b.)

A Sweepstakes (reduced to a match) of 25 sov. each, 15 ft. for the produce of mares covered in 1845; colts, 8st. 10lb. Gillies and geld. ings, 8st. 51b. those got by horses or out of mares that never bred a winner of 100 sov. allowed 3ib. if both, 6lb, the last three quarters of a mile. Mr J. Day's b. f. Traitress, by Touchstone, out of Deceitful (315.) Mr E. V. Fox's b. or br. c. Cambric, by Confederate, out of Corset

(6lb.)

1849. A Sweepstakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft. for the produce of mares covered in 1845; colts, 8st. 10lb. fillies and geldings, 8st. 57b, mares that never bred and horses that never got a winner of 100 sov. allowed 3ib. if both, 6lb. The winner to pay 5 sov. for weights and scales; one mile. Mr J. Day's b. f. Traitress, by Touchstone, out of Deceitful (31b.) Mr E. V. Fox's b. or br. c. Cambric, by Confederate, out of Corset

(6lb.) Mr Wall's b. f. by Venison, out of Bellissima (3lb.) Mr Wreford's b. f. by Venison, out of Margellina

br. f. by Venison, out of Victoria

BRIGHTON, 1847.

The Brighton Stakes of 25 sov. each, 15 ft. and only 5 if declared on or before

to Messrs Weatherby, in London, with 100 sov. added by the Town of Brighton if three horses start; the winner of any handicap after the weights are fixed to carry 5lb. extra. If ten accept, the second horse to save his stake; The winner to pay 15 sov. to the Judge; the Old Course; two miles.

To close and name on the Tuesday after Epsom.
Capt. M. Archdalt Mr 0. Higgins Mr Pensam
Count Batthyany Mr G. Hobson D. of Richmond

Mr P. Booth Mr W. Hughes Mr P. P. Rolt
Ld Chesterfield Mr Irwin

Capt. Rous
Mr Drinkald Mr Justice

Mr Sherwood
Mr H. T. Forth Mr F. Magenis Ld Spencer
Mr T. Garth

Mr Dorrien Magens Mr Stonehewer
Mr Greville
Mr Nevill

Ld Stradbroke
Mr Richard Hawker Mr Osbaldeston. Mr W. Whitfield
Sir J. Hawley Col. Peel

A Sweepstakes of 25 sov. each, 15 ft. for colts, 8st. 7 lb. and fillies, 8st. 3ib. then two yrs old; T.Y.C. winners before or after naming of a stake value 350 sov. including their own stake, to carry 3lb. extra for every such winning ; the winner of the Pavilion stakes to carry 9lb. extra.

To close on the 1st of June, to Messrs Weatherby.

FIRST DAY,- The Pavilion Stakes of 30 sov. each, 20 ft. for colts, 8st. 7lb. and fillies, 8st. 3lb. then two yrs old; winners of a sweepstakes, value 200 sov, including their own stake, to carry 5lb. of two such stakes, 7 ib. extra; T.Y.C. Count Batthyany's b. c. Egremont Ld Exeter's Tisiphone

- Tippet Mr Mostyn's b. c. Mastiff Mr R. H. Nevill's b. c. Dover, by Jereed, out of Charlotte West D. of Richmond's b. f. Reflection, by Mus, out of Prism Mr Rolt's b. c. Sea-room Mr Shelley's ch. c. by Redshank, out of Patronymic Sir JOSEPH HAWLEY, Bart.

Stewards.

NOTTINGHAM, 1847,

Will take place on the 20th and 21st of July. First day. The Sherwood Stakes of 50 sov. added to a Sweep. stakes of 5 sov, each ; to be ridden by Gentlemen, Members of the Croxton Park, Yorkshire Union, Quorn and Donington, Rufford and Belvoir Hunts, or subscribers of sov. to any Hunt; three yrs old to carry 10st. 4lb. four, llst. 21b. five, llst. 10lb. six and aged, 12st. 2lb. a winner once before starting to carry 5lb. twice, 7lb. extra; half-bred allowed 10lb. mares, &c. of both allowed 3lb. the second horse to receive 15 sov, out of the stakes; heats, two miles. To close and name the same day as the Chesterfield handicap.

Sir J. Gerard

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