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Ld Glasgow's b. f. Discontent, 8st. 20. (J. Holmes) both two yrs, first half of Ab.M. 200, h. ft. 7 to 4 on Vert Vert, who made the running, was not headed, and
won easily by two lengths. Ld Chesterfield's ch. f. Lady Wildair, by Hornsea, 8st. 2/b. (Flatman) beat Mr R. H. Nevill's gr. c. Remorse, 7st. 61b. (Whitehouse) both 4 yrs, T. Y. C. 150, h. ft. 3 to 1 on Lady Wildair. Remorse made the running to about half way up the cords, where Lady Wildair went up, and after a
fine race in, won by a head. Sweepstakes of 10 sov. each, for three yrs old, 7st. 7ih. four, 8st. 31, five and upwards, 8st. 8ib. Criterion Course: the wiuner to be sold for 350 sov. if demanded, &c. (10 subscribers). Ld Orford s bl. c. Blackie, by Clearwell, 3 yrs - Flatman 1 Mr Mostyn's b. g. Winchester, 4 yrs . • W. Abdale 2 Sir J. Hawley's Bishop of Romford's Cob, 6 yrs F. Butler 3 Ld Lonsdale's br. c. Joy, 3 yrs .
- A. Day 4 Mr G. Ongley's bl. m. 'Queen of the Gipsies, 6 yrs Crouch Mr Pedley's b. m. Miss Burns, 6 yrs
• S. Day Mr Worthington's b. h. Doctor Husband, 5 yrs. Marlow Mr Wigram's br. c. Hereef, 3 yrs
• Esling 2 to 1 agst Winchester, 5 to 2 agst Bishop of Romford's Cob,
5 to lagst Blackie, and 5 to 1 agst Joy. Blackie made the running, with Winchester, Bishop of Romford's Cob, and Queen of the Gipsies lying up; at the cords the latter two declined, Blackie went on with the running to the end, winning cleverly
by a length, and was claimed. Mr W. H. Johnstone's The Roper's Daughter, aged, 8st. 7lb. recd. a compromise from Mr Clifton's brother to Nottingham, 5 yrs, 7st. 7ib. D.. 500, 200 ft.
Mr Mostyn's Ennui, hy Bay Middleton, 7st, recd. ft. from Ld Glasgow's Physalis, 8st. 7 ib. T.Y. C. 200, h. ft.
Mr Merton's Missed Stays, by Sheet Anchor, 7st. 12lb. recd. ft. from Mr Greville's Ferina, 8st. 7ib. T.Y.C. 200, h. ft.
Mr Gully's Old England, by Mulatto, recd. 175 sov. ft. from Mr Mytton's The Baron, 8st. 7 ib. each, T.M.M. 500, h. ft.
Mr Lambden's b. m. Chance, 8st. 7ib, recd. ft. from Mr Mytton's b.g. Little Ben, 9st. (dead) A. F. 200, 50 ft.
TUESDAY. Sweepstakes of 10 sov, each, for 3 yrs old, 7st. 10lb, four, 8st. 410. five and upwards, 8st. 8lb. last half of Ab. M. the winner to be sold for 80 sov, if demanded, &c. (9 subscribers).
Ld Chesterfield's b. c. Arkwright, by Don John, 3 yrs Flatman 1 Mr Wreford's b. c. Wooden Wall, 3 yrs .
• A. Day 2 Mr Crockford's br. f. Killi Krankie, 3 yrs . W. Howlett 3 Mr O'Brien's ch. g. Needful, 5 yrs - - Neale Mr E. Dyson's br. h. Devil to pay, 5 yrs . F. Butler Mr Eddison's Little John, 5 yrs
Templeman Ld Albemarle's b. f. Nell Cook, 3 yrs
Chapple LI Eglinton's br. c. Thersites, 3 yrs
• J. Prince 4 to 1 agst Devil to pay, 4 to 1 agst Killi Krankie, and 4 to
I agst Wooden Wall. Arkwright made the running, followed by Killi Krankie and Nell Cook; at the cords the latter declined, and Wooden Wall went up, passed Killi Krankie half way up the cords, but could not reach Arkwright, who won by
half a length; a length between the second and third. Sweepstakes of 10 sov. each, for two yrs old colts, 8st. 7lb. and fillies, 8st. 4tb. D. M. the winner to be sold for 200 sov, if demand. ed, &c. (8 subscribers). Mr Mostyn's br. f. Circassian Maid, by Lanercost W. Abdale 1 Ld Chesterfielu's ch. c. by Hornsea, out of Industry Flatman 2 Mr Jaques's b.f. Diphthong
• F. Butler 3 Mr B. Green's ch. c. Bendigo
E. Edwards Mr Bouth's ch. f. by Elis, out of Antler's dam - Crouch Mr Douglas's gr. f. Marie Louise
- Pettit 2 to 1 agst Circassian Maid, 3 to 1 agst Diphthong, and 3 to 1 agst
Bendigo. Marie Louise made the running, followed by Circassian Maid at the head of the others, well up ; at the cords Circassian Maid took the lead, and the Industry c. the second place, the former winning cleverly by a length.– The winner
was claimed. Handicap Plate of 1001. for three yrs old and upwards; D. I. Ld Orford's Footstool, by The Saddler, 3 yrs, 7st. 21b. S. Mann 1 Ld Sandwich's b. h. Plantagenet, 5 yrs, 7st. 6lb. - Flatman Sir J. Hawley's b. g. Prospect, 3 yrs, 5st. 7ib..
Pri Mr S. Standish's Little Hampton, 5 yrs, 8st. 4ib. - Marlow Mr G. Ongley's br. m. Fama, aged, 7st. 9ib. • Crouch Sir C. Monck's b. m. Glossy, 6 yrs, 7st. 6lb.
Simpson Sir G. Heathcote's b. c. by Hetman Platoff, out of Nane nette, 3 yrs, 7st. 6lb.
- Chapple Mr Combe's b. f. sister to The Nob, 3 yrs, 7st. 21b. A. Day Mr Mostyn's br f. Ennui, 3 yrs, 6st. 13lb. . Kitchener Mr W. Oates's b. c. Driffield, 3 yrs, 6st. 11tb. G. Oates Mr Drinkald's Farthing Candle, 3 yrs, 6st. 9ib. Hutchinson Count Batthyany's br. č. Tragical, 3 yrs, 6st. 9lb. Planner Mr W. S. Stanley's Leaconfield, 3 yrs, 6st. 710. - Carter
Sir S. Spry's ch. f. by Sir Hercules, out of Taglioni, 4 yrs,
6st. 7 ib. Ld Albemarle's Little Vulgar Boy, 3 yrs, 6st. 7 ib. • J. Sharpe Mr Greville's b. f. Polka, 3 yrs, 6st. 41.
W. Marson Mr S. Howlett's b. f. Libation, 3 yrs, 6st. . - Dockeray Mr Francis's Seven's the Main, 5 yrs, 5st. 13lb.. Brown Mr I. Day's b. m. Zela, 5 yrs, 5st. 6fb.
Donaldson 7 to 2 against Footstool, 5 to 1 agst Plantagenet, 7 to 1 agst
Glossy, 12 to 1 agst sister to The Nob, 14 to 1 agst Eunui, and 15 to 1 agst Leaconfield. Seven's the Main and Libation lay in front, with sister to The Nob, Footstool, and Glossy next, as far as the turn of the Landa, where Plantagenet took the lead ; at the Duke's Stand Footstool took it from him, and carried it on to the end, winning cleverly by a length; a head oniy between the second and third ; Glossy was fourtb, about
two lengths behind. The Criterion Stakes of 30 sov. each, 20 ft. for two yrs old colts, 8st. 71b. and fillies, 8st. 51b, from the turn of the Lands in; a winner of the July, Clearwell, or Prendergast Stakes to carry 7ib. of any two of those stakes, 9ib. extra ; all other winners previously to the day of running to carry Alb. extra; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake (41 subscribers). Ld Stradbroke's b.c. Coningsby, by Venison - F. Butler I Mr Payne's b.f. Clementina (71b. extra) - Flatman 2 Mr Gully's br. f. Main Brace
. S. Day 3 Mr Steer's ch. c. by Redshank, out of Dublin, by St Patrick
• Bartholomew 4 6 to 4 agst Coningsby, 7 to 4 agst Clementina, and 3 to 1 agst Main
Brace. Coningsby made the running, Main Brace and the Redshank c. lying next; at the Duke's Stand Clementina took the second place; about the distance she went up to Coningsby, and the two ran a good race in, Coningsby winning by a head;
several lengths between the second and third. D. of Bedford's br. c. Captain Phebus, by Jerry (F. Butler) beat D. of Rutland's b. c. Paultons (Robinson) 8st. 7 ib. each, D.M. 100, h, ft. 6 to 5 on Paultons. Captain Phebus made the running; half way
in the cords Paultons went up; a good race in ended in favour
of Captain Phebus by a neck. D. of Bedford's b. c. Villiers (late Bethphage) by Bay Middleton, 2 yrs, 8st. (F. Butler) beat Mr Osbaldeston's ch. f. Giselle, 3 yrs, 8st. 7lb. (Marlow) last half of Ab.M. 100, h. ft. 5 to 4 on Villiers. Giselle made the running at a strong pace;
coming down the bushes hill, Villiers got to her head, and after a good race, won by a head.
Fifty Pounds, for two yrs old carrying a feather ; three, 7st. 5lb. four, 8st. 91b. five, 9st. 31. six and aged, 9st. 7 ib. last three miles of
B.C. the winner with his engagements to be sold for 300gs. if de.
- A. Day 2 Mr Crockford's br. f. Mistress Jean, 2 yrs . Rodney 3 Mr Waller's b. c. Columbus, 4 yrs
Wakefield Mr Ewbank's b. f. Louisa Newell, 2 yrs
- G. Sharpe L Exeter's ch.c. by Hetman Platoff, out of Marmora, 2 yrs
J. Mann Mr Merton's bl. f. Missed Stays, 2 yrs - - W. PurrMr Daley's b. c. Dromedary, 2 yrs
- J Nott Even on Wit's-end, 5 to 1 agst Eryx, and 5 to 1 agst Louisa
Newell. Eryx made the running with a lead of several lengths, was not caught, and won by five lengths; Wit's-end second all
the way.—The winner was claimed, and afterwards given up. Mr Moore's Wolf-dog, by Freney, recd. 75 sov, from D. of Bedford's Oakley, 8st. 7 ib. each, D.M. 200, h. ft.
Mr Payne's br. f. Vanity, by Camel, 8st. 31. recd. ft. from La Glasgow's f. by Phenix, dam by Actæon, grandam by Ardrossan, 8st. T.Y.C. 300, h. ft.
WEDNESDAY. Mr Greville's Alarm, by Venison, 4 yrs (Flatman) beat Mr Mytton's Sorella, 5 yrs (Whitehouse) 8st. each, B.C. 1000. 6 to 1 on Alarm. Sorella made the running as far as the Duke's
Stand, where Alarm took it, and won easily by five lengths. Handicap Sweepstakes of 30 sov, each, 10 ft. if declared within a quarter of an hour after the weights are fixed, for three yrs old; last mile and a distance of B.C. (5 subscribers, 2 of whom paid 10 sov. ft.) Mr Bowes's br. f. Mowerina, by Touchstone, 8st. 5lb. F. Butler 1 Ld Chesterfield's b. c. Free Lance, 8st. 7 ib. - Flatman 2 Mr Merton's b. c. Peasant, 7st. 10lb. - W. Abdale 3 6 to 4 agst Peasant, 6 to 4 agst Free Lance, and 2 to 1 agst
Mowerina. Pc:asant made the running to the Duke's Stand, where he was beaten, and Free Lance took it up, Mowerina following; at the cords Mowerina went up, ran with Free Lance a few strides, quitted him, and won easily by a length; Peasant
beaten off. Mr O'Brien's The Traverser, by Gilbert Gurney, 3 yrs (Marlow) beat Ld Glasgow's b. f. Miss Sarah, 4 yrs (J. Holines) 8st. 7 ib. each, Ab. M. 500.
Even betting. They cantered together the first quarter of a mile, when The Traverser took the lead, kept it to the end, and won
easily by three lengths. Sweepstakes of 10 sov. each, for two yrs old colts, 8st. 7fb. and fillies, 8st. 4ib, first half of Ab. M. the winner to be sold for 70 sov. if demanded, &c. Mr Marson's bl. c. Bedouin, by Camel . • J. Marson 1 Mr Mostyn's b. f. Jollity
. W, Abdale Mr Worley's gr. f. Wintonia
• . F. Bell 3 Ld Normanby's b. f. Queen of the May
S. Mann Ld Caledon's gr. f. Maid of Lorette
Denman Mr Pedley's b. f. Pocket Venus . • Templeman Ld Chesterfield's ch. c. Hollowback
• Flatman Mr B. Green's ch. c. Bendigo
• E. Edwards Mr Gratwicke's br. f. Little Julia
- H. Bell Mr Merton's b. f. Mouseling
• F. Butler 7 to 4 agst Jollity, 3 to 1 agst Bedouin, 5 to 1 agst Bendigo, and
5 to lagst Little Julia. Bedouin made the running, followed by Bendigo, Queen of the May, and Jollity; at the cords Jollity took the second place, but could not reach Bedouin, who won easily by two lengths; Wintonia a bad third, Queen of the May
next. The winner was claimed. Mr Payne's Sir Francis, by Jerry, 4 yrs, 7st. 101b. (Flatman) beat Ld Strathmore's Secundus, 5 yrs, 8st. 71b. (Crouch) first half of Ab.M. 150, 100 ft. 5 to 4 on Sir Francis, who made the running, and won easily by
two lengths. Mr Byng's Garıy Owen, by St Patrick, 8st. (Flatman) beat Mr Mostyn's Winchester, 7st. 121b. (W. Abdale) T.Y.C. 200, n. ft. 7 to 4 on Garry Owen. Winchester made the running half way;
Garry Owen then went on with it, and won easily by a length. Handicap Plate of 501, for three yrs old and upwards; A.F. Sir C. Monck's Flattery, by Physician, 4 yrs, 7st. 8lb. Simpson 1 Mr Mostyn's b. f. Ennui, 3 yrs, 7st. .
. Kitchener 2 Sir J. Hawley's b. h. A-la-mode, 5 yrs, 8st. 10lb. F. ButlerMr Wigram's br. c. Kesheng, 4 yrs, 8st. 61b. - W. Boyce Ld Albemarle's br. h. Beaumont, 5 yrs, 8st. 6lb. Robinson Mr West's ch. g. Rowland, 6 yrs, 8st. lib. . . F. Bell .. Mr Worthington's b. h. Dr Husband, 5 yrs, Sst. lib. Marlow Mr Shelley's ch, f. Campanile, 4 yrs, 7st. 101b. , S. Mann Mr King's b. c. Ridiculus Mus, 4 yrs, 6st. 121b. - Warren Mr W. Dates's b. c. Mr Mansfield, 3 yrs, 6st. 101b. G. Oates 3 to 1 agst Flattery, 3 to 1 agst Ennui, and 5 to 1 agst A-la
mode. Ridiculus Mus and Mr Mansfield went off in front,