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his stake, and the winner paid 51. towards expenses ; two miles (23 subscribers, 18 of whom paid only 3 sov, each). Mr Skerratt's br. f. Romance, by Accident, 3 yrs, 6st. 31.

Tasker 1 Mr J. Griffith's b. m. Lucy (half-bred) 5 yrs, 7st. 71b. (carried

7st. 101b.) Mr Flintoff's b. f. Princess Royal, 4 yrs, 6st. 1318.

3 The Cavalry Cup, heats, a mile and a half, was won, at three heats, by Mr Boycott's br. g. by Y. Cadland, out of Tutela, 4 yrs, 10st. 12.

(R. Haynes) beating br. g. My Lord, 6 yrs, llst. 71b. The Earl, aged, 12st. and Mr Haines's b.g. Newport, 5 yrs, 12st. 4lb.

WEDNESDAY. - The Aqualate Stakes of 5 sov. each, with 20 added ; heats, twice round, about a mile and three quarters (4 subscribers). Mr Walmsley's ch. g. the Heir at Law, 4 yrs, llst. 5ib.

M. Boote 11 Mr Phillips's b. g. Tally-ho (h.-b.) 5 yrs, llst. 31b. - 3 2 Mr Boycott's br. g. by Y. Cadland (h.-b.) 4 yrs, llst. • 2 3

The Farmers' Purse of 20 sov. added to a Sweepstakes of 3 sov. each : the winner to be sold for 1201. if demanded, or allowances if to be sold for less ; one-mile heats. Mr Griffith's b. m. Lucy, by Old Port (half-bred) 5 yrs (601.) 8st.

”T. Vivian 1 1 Mr Barton's b. f. Reliance, 4 yrs (601.) 7st. 127. . - 3 2 Mr Wadlow's b. f. by Y. Cadland, out of Tutela, 3 yrs (601.) . 6st. 5lb.

. 2 dr The Cavalry Plate for the beaten horses in the cup; heats, one mile. Mr Phillips's b. g. The Earl, aged, 10st. . Podmore 1 1 Mr J. Phillips's br. g. My Lord, 6 yrs, llst. 71b.

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BANBURY.

TUESDAY, August the 4th. The Warden Hill Stakes of 10 sov. each, h. ft. with 30 added by the Innkeepers, for horses not thorough-bred; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake ; heats, a mile and a half (6 subscribers). Mr Martin's b. m. Trifle, by Slane, 5 yrs, Ilst. lib.

I. Darling, jun. 1 1 Mr Wills's ch. c. by The Count, 3 yrs, 9st. 4ib.. Mr G. Symond's big. Tincton, aged, 11st. 98. Mr Brown's b. f. Lightning, 3 yrs, 9st. 4ib.

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The Banbury Stakes, a handicap of 10 sov, each, h. ft. with 50 added; a winner of a handicap race of the value of 100 sov. after the weights appeared, to have carried 510. extra; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake, and the winner paid 10 sov, towards expenses; about two miles (15 subscribers). Mr S. Scott's b. h. Mosque, by Sultan, aged, 8st. Ilft. S. Manu 1 Mr Robbins's b. g. Valiant (h.-b.) 4 yrs, 8st. 4ib. H. Darling 2 Mr G. Ongley's b. f. Mystery, 4 yrs, 8st. : . Crouch 3 Mr Pratt's b. f. Venus, 4 yrs, 8st. 4ib. .

The Tally-ho Stakes of 3 sov, each, with 15 added : the winner to be sold for 601, or allowances if to be sold for less; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake; heats, a mile and a distance. Mr Collins's b. g. Brunel, by Velocipede, 5 yrs (201.) 8st. 131b.

. : H. Darling 3 2 1 1 Mr Symonds's b. g. Tincton, aged (401.) 9st, 21. • 5 1 Mr Brown's br. c. The Pretender, 3 yrs (601). 8st. - 2 3 3 Mr R. Austin's b.f. Fancy Girl, 3 yrs (401.) 7st. 3ib. 14 dr Mr Drew's Flirt (h.-b.) 5 yrs (401.) 8st. 1210. . . 4 5 dr Mr Edwards's b. f. Warwickshire Lass (h.-b.) 3 yrs

(401.) 6st. 1lib. (threw her rider) . . dis

The Neithrop Stakes, a handicap of 5 sov. each, with 50 added, the gift of H. W. Tancred, Esq. M.P. the winner of a handicap race of the value of 1001. after the weights appeared to have carried 5fb. extra; the owner of the second horse saved his stake; beats, a mile and a distance (1l subscribers). Mr Cowper's br. c. Roebuck, by Venison, 4 yrs, 8st.

Darling Mr Booth's ch. f. Tit-bit, 3 yrs, 6st. 101b. 1 1 4 3 Mr Wall's b. m. Zela, 5 yrs, 7st. 5ib.

- - 2 2 Mr Holman's br. g. Chevy Chase (h.-b.) 4 yrs, 6st. 10lb. 2 3 4 Mr Prati's b. f. Venus, 4 yrs, 8st. . Mr G. Ongley's br. g. Mount Pleasant, 3 yrs, 6st. 101b. 3 dr

NOTTINGHAM. WEDNESDAY, August the 5th. The Nottingham Stakes of 10 sov. each, with 50 added, for three yrs old, 7st. four, 8st. 4ib. five, 8st. 127. six and aged, 9st. 2ib, once round and a distance, a mile and a quarter and 250 yards (4 subscribers). Mr Hesseltine's b. c. Fitzwilliam, by Lord Stafford, 3 yrs

Longstaff 1 LdCh esterfield's br. c. Arkwright, 3 yrs - - Dufflo 2 Mr Lancaster's br. c. Lutestring, 3 yrs - - Simpson 3 6 and 7 to 4 on Arkwright, and 3 to 1 agst Fitzwilliam. Won easily.

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A Plate of 50 sov. given by the County Members, for three yrs old, 6st. 10m, four, 7st. 121. five, 8st. 5ib. six and aged, 8st. 10mb. m. and g. allowed 3ib. the owner of the second horse recd. 10 sov. beats, two miles and a half. Ld Chesterfield's b. c. by Don John, out of Game-Lass, 3 yrs ...

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1 Mr Harrison's ch. f. Lady Mallorie, 3 yrs Duncan 4 1 2 Mr Clifton's br. g. Pedlar, aged

.. Daley 3 2 dr Mr Mallett's b. m. Paleface (Iate Utica) 6 yrs Marlow 2 3 dr

First and second heats won easily ; third by half a length, A Sweepstakes of 10 sov, each, with 50 added, for two yrs old colts, 8st. 7 ib. and fillies, 8st, 2ib. a winner before starting to carry 31b. extra ; T.Y.C. (7 subscribers). Mr Clifton's ch. f. Conceit, by Velocipede - Daley 0 I Col. Anson's b. f. Treacle .

Simpson 0 2 Mr Copeland's b. c. Cheapside

. Marlow Ld Chesterfield's ch. c. Hollowback - Duffo 4 Even on Treacle and 3 to 1 agst Conceit. Cheapside beaten by a

head. After the dead heat, 2 to l on Treacle ; won by two or

three lengths. The Chesterfield Handicap of 20 soy. each, 10 ft. and only 5 if declared, &c. with 100 added by the Earl of Chesterfield; the owner of the second horse recd, back his stake, and the winner paid 10lb, to the Race-fund; twice round and a distance (12 subscribers, 4 of whom paid only 5 sov. each). Mr Bell's ch. h. Winesour, by Velocipede, 6 yrs, 8st. 9ib.

Bumby 1 Mr Johnstone's b. c. Sir George, 3 yrs, 6st. . Duncan 2 Mr P. H. Godson's ch, m. Susannah, 5 yrs, 6st. 121b. Longstaff 3 6 to 4 on Winesour, and 7 to 4 agst Sir George. Won by three

fourths of a length. The Judge first placed Sir George second, but afterwards declared Susannah to be second, and claimed to correct his first decision given in haste. The trainer of Sir George objected to this, and the matter was referred to the Stewards, who decided that the horses must stand as placed by the Judge while in the chair, and the second money was accordingly paid to the owner of Sir George.

Fifty Pounds given by the Noblemen and Gentlemen of the County, for horses that never won a plate or sweepstakes; three yrs old, 7st. 4lb. four, 8st. 7lb. five, 9st. six and aged, 9st. 4lb. the winner to be sold for 2001, if demanded, &c. heats, once round and a distance, Mr J. Scott's b. f. Curiosity, by Hetman Platoff, 3 yrs

Simpson 4 1 1 Mr Edmonstone's ch. f. Pinkindindess, 3 yrs - Duncan 1 3 2 Mr Lancaster's b. c. Lutestring, 3 yrs , Longstaff 5 2 dr Mr Wildman's b. m. The Heiress, 5 yrs T. Tomlin 3 4 dr Mr King's b. f. Minnette, 3 yrs - - Daley 2 dr First and second heats won easily; the third by half a length.

The winner was claimed. THURSDAY.—The Tradesmen's Plate (a handicap sweepstakes) of 15 sov. each, 10 ft. and only 5 if declared, &c. to which 1001. would have been added if three horses had started; the winner paid 101. to the Race-fund ; twice round and a distance (9 subscribers, 4 of whom paid only 5 sov. each). Mr Bell's ch, h. Winesour, 6 yrs, 9st. 41. (including 71b. extra)

walked over.

Her Majesty's Plate of 100gs; three yrs old, 8st. 21. four, 9st. 4ib. five, 9st. 11 ib. six and aged, 10st. two-mile heats. Mr Hesseltine's b.c. Fitzwilliam, 3 yrs - Longstaff 1 1 Ld Chesterfield's Spanish Jack, 3 yrs. - Duflo 3 2 Mr Wildman's b. m. The Heiress, 5 yrs - - Stagg 2 dr

\/\►â?22/22ņēmēģ22m22ti2ģ► ? A Cup of 100 sov, given by the Noblemen and Gentlemen of the County, added to a Handicap of 10 sov, each, 5 ft. if declared, &c. the winner paid 101. to the Race-fund; two miles and a half (12 subscribers, 4 of whom paid only 5 sov. each). Sir J. Gerard's b. h. Parthian, by Jereed, 6 yrs, 7st. 101b.

Edwards 1 Mr Wormald's b. h. Pedometer, 5 yrs, 7st. 81b. - Longstaff 2 Mr Johnstone's Sir George, 3 yrs, 6st. 4ib. - Duncan 3 Even on Pedometer, and 6 to 4 agst Sir George. Won by a neck.

The Innkeepers' Plate of 501. given by the Innkeepers of Nottingbam, added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sov. each ; three yrs old, 6st. 10lb. four, 8st. five, 8st. 7 ib. six and aged, 8st. 121b. the winner paid 5 sov. to the fund ; heats, once round and a distance (8 subscribers). Mr Meiklam’s b. c. Alliance, by Stockport, 3 yrs, (carried 3lb. extra)

Duncan 2 1 1 Mr J. Robbins's b. f. Sweetbriar, 3 yrs - Simpson ) 2 2 Ld Chesterfield's b. c. out of Game Lass, 3 yrs - Dufflo 4 3 3 Mr Ird's ch.c. Tottenham, 4 yrs

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LEOMINSTER.

WEDNESDAY, August the 5th.-The Herefordshire Stakes (handicap) of 10 sov. each, h. ft. and only 3 if declared, &c. with 30 added, the gift of the Members for the County ; the winner of a handicap

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of 100 sov. value after the declaration of weights to carry 51b. extra; the winner paid 5 sov. towards the expenses of the Course ; twice round and a distance, about two miles (13 subscribers, 4 of whom paid only 3 sov, each). Mr E. Griffiths's ch. g. Foxwhelp, by Tipple Cider, 4 yrs,

7st. 9fb. Mr Eskreet's b. c. Exhort, 4 yrs, 8st.

• · 2 Mr Jones's ch. g. The Sailor, aged 8st. 6lb.

. 3 Mr Henderson's br. f. Lady Charlotte, 4 yrs, 7st. 5lb. .

A Plate of 501, the gift of H. Barkly, Esq. M.P. for horses that never won 501, at any one time before the day of entry; heats, about two miles. Mr W. Smith's b. g. Master Downes, by The Mummy, or

Tamworth, 4 yrs, 7st. 8lb. -
Mr Oliver's b. m. Teresa, 5 yrs, 8st. Ilib. .

- 2 dr Mr Evans's b. g. (half-bred) 4 yrs, 7st. 10ib.

. 3 dr The Selling Stakes of 2 sov. each, with 10 added : the winner to be sold for 1001. or allowances if to be sold for less; heats, about a mile and a quarter (8 subscribers). Mr Pearce's b. h. Foxberry, by Voltaire, aged, est. llib. Mr Oliver's b. m. Teresa, 5 yrs, 9st. Mr T. Kinnersley's b. g. Brewood, aged, 7st. 10lb. . - 2 3 Mr J. Pearce's ch. m. Miss Susan, 6 yrs, 8st. 31b. Mr Davis's b. f. Kitty Wee (half-bred) 4 yrs, 7st. ltd. Mr Devereux's b. ni. Echo (half-bred) 5 yrs, 7st. 1lib. Mr Creswell's b. f. Boa, 4 yrs, 7st. 5lb.

Thursday._ The Volka Stakes of 7 sov. each, 4 ft. and only 2 if declared, &c. with 25 added, the gift of G. Arkwright, Esq. M.P. the winner of the Herefordshire stakes to have carried 3Ib. extra ; heats, one mile and a quarter (13 subscribers, 4 of whom paid only 2 sov. each). Mr Jones's ch. g. The Sailor, by Obadiah, aged, 8st. 41. - 1 1 Capt. Knight's ch. g. The Jolly Beggar, 5 yrs, 8st. lib. Mr Henderson's Lady Charlotte, 4 yrs, 7st. 5lb. Mr Pearce's Foxberry, aged, 8st. 131b. ,

3 Mr Eskreet's b. c. Exhort, 4 yrs, 7st. 131b. Mr Hopkins's br. f. Brown Fly, 3 yrs, 6st. 5lb.

2 4 dr Mr Davis's b. f. Kitty Wee (half-bred) 4 yrs, 7st. 5lb. - - dr

The Wolphy Stakes of 5 sov, each, with 25 added by G. Arkwright, Esq. M.P. the winner to be sold for 2001. or allowances if to be sold for less; heats, about a mile and a quarter. Mr Davenport's b. g. Thurgerton, by Jereed (half· bred) 5 yrs, 9st. .' Die Davis'š Kitty Wee (half-bred) 4 fyrs, 7st. 131b. 1 - 3 2

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