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Mr Death's b. f. Camelia, by Camel, 3 yrs

Wakefield Ld Exeter's b. c. Lebanon, 3 yrs

Mann Ld Lonsdale's b.c. by Bay Middleton, out of Miss Milner, 3 yrs

- Bartholomew Mr Mostyn's br. f. Circassian Maid, 2 yrs

Maid, 2 yrs - J. Evans Mr Wyatt's b. f. Laundry-maid, 3 yrs

F. Bell Ld Chesterfield's ch. c. Snake, 3 yrs - - Flatman Baron Rothschild's b. f. The Daughter of the Star, 2 yrs S. Day 3 to 1 agst Laundry-maid, 4 to 1 agst Burlesque, 4 to 1 agst

Miss Milner c. 4 to 1 agst Miss Clifton c. 10 to 1 agst Čamelia, and 10 to 1 agst Blackcock. Blackcock took the lead shortly after starting, was never headed, and won by a length;

Burlesque was a bad third. The Royal Hunt Cup, value 200 sov. the surplus in specie, by subscription of 10 sov, each, with 100 added; the winner of any handicap of 100 sov, value, including the winner's stakes, after the declaration of the weights, to carry 7lb. extra ; New mile (41 subscribers). Mr W. S. Stanley's ch. c. Leaconfield, by Hampton, 3 yrs, 5st. 121b.

Carter 1 Mr A. W. Hill's ch.c. Ironmaster, 4 yrs, 8st. 6lb. Denman 2 Ld Milltown's gr. f. Colleen Bawn, 4 yrs, 7st. 5lb. • Duflo 3 Mr Robertson's b. h. The Cure, 5 yrs, 9st. 7lb. Robinson Mr Merton's b.h. Evenus, 6 yrs, 9st. 5lb.

F. Butler Mr Meiklam's br. h. Lightning, 5 yrs, 8st. 11 lb. Templeman Mr Meiklam's b. h. Aristotle, aged, 8st. 1llb. - Cartwright Ld Exeter's br. c. Wood Pigeon, 4 yrs, 8st. 6lb. - Mann Mr E. Dyson's b. h. The Devil to pay, 5 yrs, 8st. 5ib. S. Day Ld Albeinarle's br. h. Beaumont, 5 yrs, 7st. 131b. Whitehouse Sir R. W. Bulkeley's bl. f. Queen Pomare, 4 yrs, 7st. 7ib.

· Flatman Mr Godwin's b. g. by Advocate, out of Dexterous's dam, 5 yrs, 7st. 7lb.

- Crouch Sir š. Spry's ch.f. by Sir Hercules, out of Taglioni, 4 yrs, 7st. 51b.

Wakefield Mr Thompson's b. m. by Monarch, out of sister to Clare, 5 yrs, 7st. 7 ib.

W. Howlett Col. Anson's br. c. Rowland Hill, 4 yrs, 7st. 3lb. G. Simpson Count Batthyany's ch, c. Gannet, 4 yrs, 7st. - Chapple Mr Watts's ch. c. Y. Eclipse, 4 yrs, 7st. - - Esling Mr Mostyn's b.c. by Phoenix, out of L'Hirondelle, 3 yrs, 6st. 121b.

- J. Evans Ld Albemarle's br. f. Nell Cook, 3 yrs, 6st. 21b. J. Sharpe Mr Drinkald's b. f. Farthing Candle, 3 yrs, 6st. - A. Day Mr Waller's br. f. Regalia, 3 yrs, 5st. 71b. - W. Hutchinson

5 to 1 agst Wood Pigeon, 10 to 1 agst Beaumont, 10 to 1 agst

Queen Pomare, 10 to 1 agst Colleen Bawn, 10 to 1 agst L'Hirondelle c. 10 to 1 agst Farthing Candle, 10 to 1 agst Rowland Hill, 12 to 1 agst Gannet, 13 to lagst Ironmaster, 15 to 1 agst Leaconfield, 15 to 1 agst The Cure, and 20 to 1 agst Devil to pay. Beaumont took the lead to the stand, where Ironmaster, Colleen Bawn, and Leaconfield went in front. After running a short distance in this order, Leaconfield took the first place, and won by a length ; Ironmaster swerved near the Winning-post, driving Colleen Bawn out, and beat her a length and a half for the second place; Wood Pigeon, Lightning, and Queen Pomare, were next to the three horses

placed. The Coronation Stakes of 100 sov, each, h. ft. for three yrs old fillies, 8st. 7ib. the winner of the Oaks to have carried 7lb. of the 1000gs stakes, 3ib, of both, 9tb. extra; New mile (11 subscribers). Mr Ford's br, Guaracha, by Sheet Anchor . J. Howlett 1 D. of Bedford's ch. Taurina

Robinson 2 Col. Anson's ch. Ellipsis

- F. Butler 3 Ld G. Bentinck's b. Dawdle .

- Flatman 4 Sir R. Pigot's br. Birthday

S. Day 5 2 to 1 agst Dawdle, and 5 to 2 agst Taurina. Guaracha took the

lead, was not headed, and won easily by two lengths. A Sweepstakes of 25 sov. each, to which 100 would have been added if four horses had started, for four yrs old colts, 8st. 8lb. and fillies, 8st. 21b. the winner of the Derby or St Leger, or the Ascot or Doncaster cups to carry 9lb. of the 2000gs stakes, the Oaks, the Welcome stakes, or the Gratwicke stakes, 5ib. extra ; no horse to carry more than 9lb. extra ; maiden horses at the time of starting allowed 71b. to start at the last half-mile post on the New mile Course, round and in (13 subscribers). Ld Lonsdale's br. c. Jericho, by Jerry, 8st. 81b. Bartholomew 1 Mr O'Brien's bl. c. Mentor, 8st. 8ib.

Templeman 2 Even betting. Jericho made the running, with a decided lead, to

the last turn, where Mentor went up, but never entirely reached him. Mentor was beat at the stand, and Jericho went in an

easy winner by a length, A Sweepstakes of 10 sov. each, with 50 added, for three yrs old, 7st. four, 8st. five, 8st. 4lb. six and aged, 8st. 71b. the winner to be sold for 300 sov, if demanded, &c. T.Y.C. (8 subscribers). Mr Merton's b. h. Evenus, by Alpheus, 6 yrs - F. Butler 1 Ld G. Bentinck's b. f. Cherokee, 3 yrs .

W. Abdale 2 Mr Meiklam's ch. g. Philip, aged

• Templeman 3 Mr G. S. Ford's b. f. Prudence, 4 yrs - J. Howlett 4 6 to 4 agst Evenus, 7 to 4 agst Cherokee, and 4 to 1 agst Pru.

dence. Won cleverly by a length. The winner was claimed.

The Windsor Plate of 501, two yrs old, 5st. 6ib. three, 7st. 10lb. four, 8st. 8lb. five and upwards, 9st. m. and g. allowed 31b. the winner to be sold for 1001. if demanded, &c. T.Y. C. 18 entrances of one sov, each went to the second horse. Ld G. Bentinck's b.c. His Serene Highness, by Bay Middleton, 2 yrs

• Kitchener 1 Ld Lonsdale's b. f. Martingale, 2 yrs

Dockeray 2 Mr Payne's br. c. Lancer, 2 yrs

- W. Marson 3 Mr Smith's gr. c. The Orphan, 2 yrs

J. Sharpe Mr Cooper's ch. g. Caen, 6 yrs

- Flatman Mr Death's br. f. Slane-elf, 3 yrs

Wakefield Mr Collins's br.g. Brunel, 5 yrs

S. Darling, jun. Mr Drew's ch. f. Concealment, 4 yrs

Astley Ld Exeter's b. f. Brainless. 3 yrs

Mann Mr Kitton's br. f. Honeysuckle, 2 yrs

Hall Mr Pearce's ch. c. Link Boy (half-bred) M. Hutchinson Mr Jaques's b. c. Headsman, 3 yrs

- G. Simpson Mr V. Smith's br. c. Conrad, 3 yrs

- Whitehouse Mr May's b. f. Honey Dear, 2 yrs

- G. Sharpe 7 to 4 agst Caen, 7 to 1 agst Lancer, 8 to 1 agst Martingale, 10

to I agst Headsman, 11 to 1 agst Brainless, and 100 to 8 agst His Serene Highness. They ran in a cluster to near the stand, where his Serene Highness took the lead, was not afterwards headed, and won easily by two lengths ; Lancer a bad third.

The winner was claimed. A Produce Sweepstakes of 50 sov, each, h. ft. for three yrs old ; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake; old mile (9 subscribers). Mr Combe's b.f. sister to The Nob, by Glaucus, &st. 3lb.

Bartholomew 1 Ld Albemarle's ch. c. The Little Vulgar Boy, 8st. 7 ib. Robinson 2 6 to 5 on the winner, who made all the running, and won easily

by four lengths.

The Swinley Stakes of 25 sov, each, 15 ft. with 50 added, for three yrs old, 7st. 4ib. and four, 8st. 10fb. f. and g. allowed 3lb. Swinley Course (8 subscribers). Ld Orford's br. c. Footstool, by The Saddler, 3 yrs. Mann 1 Count Batthyany's b. c. Tragical, 3 yrs - Chapple 2 3 and 4 to 1 on Footstool, who made the running, and won easily by a length.

THURSDAY. Her Majesty's Plate of 100gs; three yrs old, 7st. 21. four, 9st. 21. five, 10st. six and aged, 10st. 5lb, to start at the New-mile post, and go once round and in.

Mr J. Drake's br. c. Bold Archer, by Glycon, or Assassin, 3 yrs

W. Abdale 1 Mr Onslow's br. c. Ruff, 4 yrs - - H. Bell 2 Won by a length. The jockey was weighed for The Conjuror,

but the horse did not arrive on the ground in time to start. A Sweepstakes of 50 sov. each, h. ft. for three yrs old; Swinley Course (8 subscribers). Sir G. Heathcote's b. c. by Hetman Platoff, out of Nannette, 8st. 5lb.

walked over.

The St James's Palace Stakes of 100 sov. each, h. ft. for three yrs old colts, 8st. 7 ib. and fillies, 8st. 41b. Old mile (8 subscribers). Ld Chesterfield's b. c. The Free Lance, by Jereed Flatman 1 Sir R. W. Bulkeley's b. c. Joinville

- Templeman 2 Ld G. Bentinck's b. c. Binnacle

W. Abdale 3 5 to 4 on Joinville, and 6 to 4 agst Free Lance. Won by three

quarters of a length, and the same distance between the second and third. A piece of Plate, value 500 sov. given by his Majesty the Emperor of all the Russias, added to a Sweepstakes of 20 sov, each, for three yrs old, 6st. 10lb. four, 8st. 51b. five, 9st. six and aged, 9st. 3ib. m. and g. allowed 3lb. to start at the Cup post, and go once round and in, about two miles and a half (23 subscribers). Mr Greville's b. c. Alarm, by Venison, 4 yrs . Flatman 1 Ld Lonsdale's br. c. Jericho, 4 yrs

- Bartholomew 2 Ld Waterford's b. c. Wolf-dog, 4 yrs

Butler Mr Moore's b. h. Corranna, aged

- J. Marson Mr S. H. Godson's b. c. Forward, 4 yrs (fell lame) Whitehouse Mr Merry's br. c. by Don John, out of Peri, 3 yrs J. Prince Mr Meiklam's br. m. Inheritress, 6 yrs - Templeman Mr O'Brien's bl. c. Mentor, 4 yrs

H. Bell Mr E. R. Clark's ch. c. The Baron, 4 yrs - G. Edwards Major Yarburgh's b. f. Miss Sarah, 4 yrs - C. Marlow Mr Wigram's br. c. Kesheng, 4 yrs

. W. Boyce Col. Peel's b. b. Orlando, 5 yrs (fell lame) - Bobinson 3 to 1 agst Alarm, 9 to 2 agst Wolf-dog, Jl to 2 agst Jericho,

7 to 1 agst Orlando, 8 to 1 agst The Baron, 8 to 1 agst Miss Sarah, 18 to 1 agst Corranna, 25 to 1 agst Peri c. and 30 to 1 agst Inheritress. The owner of Forward was fined one sov. for not declaring his colour. Just before starting Orlando threw his rider, and broke his bridle. Corranna took the lead at a very moderate pace, followed by Jericho and the Peri c. at the upper turn Wolf-dog took the third place, and the three first horses continued in this order to the distance, where Corranna was beaten. At the last turn Alarm had come up to Wolf-dog

he defeated him after a short run within the distance, and then went up to Jericho, who was beaten in a few strides, and Alarm won by a length; Wolf-dog was beaten two lengths from Jericho; Corranna was a bad fourth, and Mentor fifth; Forward did not pass the Winning.post. The Visitors' Plate of 100 sov. (handicap) by subscribers of 5 sov. each, the surplus, with the entrance-money of non-subscribers, to go to the second horse ; once round and a distance (25 subscribers to the plate, 29 horses paid one sov, entrance). Count Batthyany's ch. c. Gannet, by Economist, 4 yrs, 6st. 3lb.

J. Prince 1 Mr Parrigo's b. h. Auld Lang Syne, 6 yrs, 6st. 10lb. Crouch 2 Mr Skerratt's br. c. Intrepid, 5 yrs, 8st. 4ib. - Denman Mr E. R. Clark's The Conjuror, 3 yrs, 7st. 510. Whitehouse Sir R. W. Bulkeley's Queen Pomare, 4 yrs, 7st. W. Marson Mr S. Stanley's Leaconfield, 3 yrs, 6st. 10ib.

Carter Mr J. Drake's Bold Archer, 3 yrs, 6st. lib.

Tasker Ld Chesterfield's Snake, 3 yrs, 5st. 121b. - Kitchener Ld Exeter's Lebanon, 3 yrs, 5st. 101b.

J. Sharpe Mr Waller's Regalia, 3 yrs, 5st. 5lb.

- Hutchinson Mr Higgins's Redleg, 3 yrs, 5st. 5lb.

- Charlton 3 to 1 agst The Conjuror, 5 to 1 agst Intrepid, 6 to 1 agst Bold

Archer, 6 to 1 agst Leaconfield, 6 to 1 agst Gannet, 7 to 1 agst Auld Lang Syne, and 10 to 1 agst Queen Pomare. Won by a length ; The Conjuror a bad third. The owner of Redleg was

fined one sov, for not declaring his colour. The New Stakes of 10 sov, each, with 100 added, for two yrs old colts, 8st. 7ib. and fillies, 8st. 3i. winners previous to starting of 100 sov. value, including the winner's stake, to carry 5lb. extra; T.Y.C. (42 subscribers). Ld G. Bentinck's br. f. Slander, by Pantaloon W. Abdale 1 Mr Mostyn's b. f. Twysoges

- Marlow 2 Ld Lonsdale's b. c. Ibrahim Pacha

. Bartholomew 3 Ld G. Bentinck's bl. c. Blackcock (51b. extra) W. Howlett Ld Caledon's b. c. by Simoom, out of Cassandra W. Cotton Mr E. R. Clark's b. c. Miles's Boy (5lb. extra) E. Edwards Ld Chesterfield's ch. c. Hollowback

Flatman Mr Death's bl. c. Camelford

- J. Marson Mr Drinkald's cb, f. So nice

F. Butler Mr Ford's bi. f. Millwood (5lb. extra)

J. HowlettMr G. Ongley's b. f. The Maid of Athens - - Crouch Mr Stubbs's b. c. by Camel, out of Zenana - Balchin 7 to 4 agst Slander, 4 to 1 agst Miles's Boy, 6 to 1 agst Ibrahim

Pacha, 7 to 1 agst Millwood, and 7 to lagst Camelford. Won by a length; Ibrahim Pacha a good third, Cassandra c. fourth, and So nice fifth.

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