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Mr W. Key's b.c. The Hosier, by D'Egville, out of Miss Burnley

(Fitzgambol's dam) Là Lonsdale's f. by Redshank, out of Oxygen Mr Lowther's b.c. The Admiral, by Sheet Anchor, out of Io, by

Taurus
Mr G. H. Moore's br. f. Cascade, by Ratcatcher, out of Stream

- br. c. Watch-dog, by Ratcatcher, out of Wolf-dog's dam Mr Mostyn's b. c. Mr Martin, by Lanercost, dam, Miss Martin (foaled in 1836) by Voltaire, out of Miss Iris, by Blucher

- b. f. by Lanercost, dam (Quilt Arnold's dam) by Blacklock

- b. c. Wiseacre, by Lanercost, out of La Femme Sage, by Gainsborough Mr G. Ongley's b.f. Maid of Athens Ld Orford's Mangosteen, sister to Mango

- b.c. by Clearwell, out of Zipporah
Mr Osbaldeston's f. by Lanercost, out of Camp Follower
Mr Payne's b. f. Breast-knot, by Slane, out of Elissa
Mr Pedley's b. c. Foreclosure, brother to Freeman, by Sheet Anchor

Cossack
Col. Peel's King of Naples

- Oregon
Sir R. Pigot's Wolverton
Mr L. Reed's bl. c. by Bentley, out of Blameless
D. of Richmond's b. c. Vampyre, by Mus, out of Firefly

b. f. Pell-mell, by Mus, out of Confusionée Mr J. Rogers's c. Lionel, by Jerry, out of The Maid, by Mulatto Mr Taylor's b. c. Administrator (late Virgo) by Inheritor, out of

Lass of Lonton Mr Smith's Hornet

- br. c. George Hudson, by Colwick, out of Peterel, by Cervantes

- br.c. George Stephenson, by Jereed, out of sister to Sir Ralph, by Pantaloon Mr J. Williamson's Sagamore, by Muley Moloch, out of Madcap's

dam Mr Worley's Old Port

Golightly, by Velocipede, out of Golden-drop, by Actæon

- Margaret of Anjou Third Day.- A Piece of Plate, value 500 sov, the gift of his Ma. jesty the Emperor of all the Russias, added to a sweepstakes of 20 sov. each, for three yrs old, to carry 6st. 10lb. four, 8st. 51b. five, 9st. six and aged, 9st. 3ib. m. and g. allowed 31b. to start at the Cup post and go once round and in, about two miles and a half.

The subscription to close on the last day of the Newmarket Craven Meeting, and the horses to be named to Messrs Weatherby on or before that day.

The Windsor Forest Stakes of 50 sov, each, h. ft. for three yrs old

fillies, 8st. 71b. each ; the winner of the 1000gs stakes, Derby, Oaks, or Coronation stakes to carry 5lb. extra; old mile.

To close and name to Messrs Weatherby on the 1st of April.

The Visitor's plate of 100 sov. (handicap) by subscriptions of 5 sov, each, the surplus, with the entrance-money of non- subscribers, to go to the second horse ; once round and a distance.

To name on the Saturday before the races, and the weights to be fixed by six o'clock the day before running. Each subscriber to the plate to name one horse, bis own property, free. Non-subscribers to pay one soy, entrance. Ld Alford

Mr G. W. Hope Ld Torrington Col. C. B. Challoner Sir C. Kent

Mr Broke Turner
Mr E. R. Clark Mr C. Leslie

Ld Villiers
Mr J. T. Clifton Mr H. Lowtber Mr Fred. Villiers
Mr H. W. Cox Mr C. Mills

Ld Waterford
Mr F. W. Cox Mr H. Pierrepont Ld C. Wellesley
Mr Ford
Ld Suffield

Ld Worcester
Ld Granby

Ld Templemore MrJ. Yates Ld Granville

The New Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 100 added, for two yrs old colts, 8st. 71b. and fillies, 8st. 31d. T.Y.C. winners previous to starting of 100 sov, value, including the winner's own stake, to carry 5ib, extra. Mr Bateman's Bacchanalian Count Batthyany's br. c. Ptolemæus

- b. c. Egremont D. of Bedford's Duplicity Mr Bristow's c. Fern-hill, by Ascot, out of Arethusa Ld Caledon's bl.c. by Simoom, out of The Queen, by Sir Hercules

- b. f. sister to Wanota, by Simoom, out of Cassandra, by Priam-Zillah Ld Chesterfield's The Publican Mr E. R. Clark's b. c. Manchester, by Metal, out of Tittle-tattle's

dam Mr Cooper's Slug, by Slane, out of Rosary Mr Copeland's The Goldsmith Mr Death's b. c. by Elis, out of Spangle Mr Drinkald's Good Boy, by Bentley, out of Blameless Ld Exeter's Tisiphone Sir H. Fleetwood's b. f. Columbine Mr Francis's b. f. Little Red Riding Hood, by Little Red Rover,

out of Query, by Emancipation Mr Godwin's br. f. own sister to Dexterous Mr B. Green's b. c. Flatcatcher

Assault.

Mr Greig's c. by The Earl of Richmond, out of Singleton's dam
Mr Greville's br. c. Dunrobin, by Lanercost, out of Lady Stafford
Mr E. Griffiths's b. c. Dinedor, by Muley Moloch, out of Sylph, by
Spectre

ch. or ro. c. Hagley, by Sir Hercules, out of sister to
Lugwardine
Mr Gully's Edie Ochiltree
Mr A. W. Hill's b. f. Volley, by Voltaire, out of Martha Lynn, by

Mulatto
Mr C. Liley's Brilliant
Ld Lonsdale's c. by Redshank, out of Bridegroom's dam
Mr May's b. c. Senga (late Let us put on the pot says Greedy Gut)
Mr Mostyn's b. c. Mastiff

- b.f. Daughter of Toscar
Mr R. H. Nevill's b.c. Dover, by Jereed, out of Charlotte West
Mr Osbaldeston's b. f. by Cardinal Puff, out of Croton Oil's dam
Mr Payne's Glendower

- Woodcraft
Sir R. Pigot's b. c. by Elis, out of Manto
Major Pitt's Holloa
Mr Pott na. c. by Tory-boy, out of Rachel, by Muley
D. of Richmond's b. f. Nectar, by Venison, out of Sherbet
Mr Rolt's b. c. Sea-room
Baron Rothschild's c. by Touchstone, out of Languish

f. by Pantaloon, out of Sarcasm
Ld E. Russell's Cracow (late Duke of Sussex)
Mr Sandford's The Sheriff
Ld J. Scott's bl. or br. c. Rundisford
Ld Strathmore's Sincerity

Sweet-sauce
Mr Thornbill's ch. c. The Iron Crown, by Coronation, out of Cor-

nelia, by Emilius Mr Trelawny's b. f. by Harkaway, out of Frederica, by Sultan Ld Waterford's Wilmot

THURSDAY.-Sweepstakes of 100 sov. each, and only h. ft. if declared to Messrs Weatherby on or before the 1st of January 1847, for three yrs old colts, 8st. 71b. and fillies, 8st. 4ib. Swinley Course; the winner of the Derby to carry 71b. of the Oaks or 2000gs stakes, 4ib. extra, and the extra weights to be accumulative. Ld Albemarle's b. f. Madge Gray, by 'The Saddler, dam, Gipsy, by

Tramp Sir G. Heathcote's ch.c. Timour, by Samarcand, out of Lady Sarah,

by Tramp Mr Jaques's Diphthong, sister to E. O.

Sweepstakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft. for three yrs old colts, 8st. 7Db.

and fillies, 8st. 3lb. Swinley Course; those got by stallions or out
of mares that never bred a winner allowed 4ib. if both, 6tb.
Col. Anson's b. c. Seducer, by Don John, out of Elopement (61b.)
D. of Beaufort's f. by Assassin, out of Esmeralda (41b.)
LI G. Bentinck's b. c. Crozier, by Lanercost, out of Crucifix (6lb.)
Mr Bowes's ch. c. Epirote, by Epirus, out of Mickleton Maid (410.)
Ld Chesterfield's c. by Hornsea, out of Industry (410.)
Mr Combe's c. by The Nob, out of Premature (61b.)
Ld Dorchester's br. f, by Little Red Rover, out of Purity, by Filho

da Puta (410.)
Ld Exeter's c. by Hetman Platoff, out of Marmora (41b.)

_c. by Hetman Platoff, out of Valance (6lb.) Mr Greville's ch. c. Mirmillo, by Gladiator, out of Morella (41b.) Sir G. Heathcote's b. c. Nestor, by Lanercost, dam by Partisan, out

of Elizabeth, by Orville Mr Herbert's c, Buckskin, by Venison, out of Nanine Mr A. W. Hill's ch. f. Moonlight, by Plenipotentiary, out of

Twilight, by Velocipede (4lb.) Mr Hornsby's b.f. The Rover's Bride (dead) by Slane, out of Slender,

by Longwaist (41b.) Mr Jaques's ch.c. Tom Fool (dead) by Pantaloon, out of Burletta (41b.) Mr Osbaldeston's ch. c. The Positive Young Man, by The Saddler,

out of Miss Etty (4lb.) Ld W. Powlett's f. by The Saddler, out of Fanchon D, of Richmond's ch.c. Outpost, by Mus, out of Belvidere (4ib.) Mr Shelley's b. c. Cutaway, by Muley Moloch, out of Rempant,

by Cain (41b.) Mr W. Sloane Stanley's f. Bella Donna, by Gladiator, or The

Doctor, out of Flambeau's dam Mr Walters's b.f. The Lady of the Lune, by The Prime Warden, out of The Lady of Penydaran (4lb.)

b.c. Cheapside, by Hetman Platoff, out of The Maid of Burghley (6ld.) Mr R. Whaley's b. c. Tally-ho, by Harkaway, out of The Potentate's dam

The St James's Palace , Stakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft. for three yrs old colts, 8st. 7Ib, and Allies, 8st. 4ib. Old mile. Col. Anson's Jesuit (dead) Sir R. W. Bulkeley's b. c. Montpensier, by Picaroon, out of Reso

lution's dam Mr Combe's c. by Sir Hercules, out of Harmony Ld Exeter's c. Veronetz, by Hetman Platoff, out of Velveteen Mr Ford's c. The Precocious Youth, by Muley Moloch, out of Bessy Winton

c. George Barnwell, by Sir Hercules, out of Ten-pound Note

Mr Greville's Mirmillo
Ld Milltown's ch. c. Shawn Buidhe, by Verulam, out of Cruiskeen
Mr Payne's b. c. by Venison, out of sister to Cobweb
Ld Stanley's Abdiel

FOURTH DAY,—Three Hundred Sovereigns, the gift of the Great Western Railway Company, added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of 10 sov. each, for three yrs old and upwards; Swinley Course; the owner of the second horse to receive 50 sov. out of the stakes.

To close and name to Messrs Weatherby in the Newmarket Second Spring Meeting, and the weights to be declared on the Tuesday after)Epsom ; the winner of the Ascot stakes, the Queen's vase, the Royal Hunt cup, or the Emperor of Russia's cup, to carry 7lb. of any two of those prizes, 101b. extra.

The Wokingham Stakes of 5 sov, each, for three yrs old and up. wards. (handicap) last three quarters of the New mile.

To close on the day of entrance for the plates, and the horses to be named at the post by five o'clock on Wednesday in the race week, and the weights to be fixed by four o'clock the day before running. If 30 subscribers, to be divided into two classes,

Sweepstakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft. for three yrs old colts, 8st. 716. and fillies, 8st. 4ib. those by untried stallions or out of untried mares allowed 4ib. only one allowance; the winner of the

Derby to carry 10 extra ; of the Oaks, the Ascot Derby, or the
Windsor stakes, 5lb. extra; no horse to carry more than 10ib. extra.
Mr R. Boyce's Cottisford
Mr Greville's Ferina
Sir J. Hawley's Pampeluna
Mr Osbaldeston's f. by Lanercost, out of Camp-follower (4fb.)
Ld Stradbroke's Coningsby
Mr Watson's Doctor Goodall (41b.)

No public money will be added to any races walked over for.
Full particulars of the Queen's and other plates in due time.

Earl GRANVILLE, :)
Hon, Col. ANSON,

Stewards.
Lord G. BENTINCK, (
Earl of EGLINTON, )

1848.

TUESDAY. Produce Sweepstakes of 50 sov, each, h. ft. for three yrs old colts, 8st. 9ib. and fillies, st. 510. those by stallions or out of mares that never bred a winner allowed 31b. if both, 5lb. the second

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