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DERBY, LINCOLN, WESTERN MEETING, ETC. The PAVILION STAKES of 30 sov, each, 20 ft., for two year olds, colts 8st. Olb., and Allies

8st. 31b. Winners before starting of a sweepstakes value 200 sov., including their own

stake, to carry 5lb., of two such stakes 71b. extra. T.Y.C. D of Bedford's b. c. Carrier

Mr Magenis's b. f. Sulky Mr Carew's c. Hampton

Mr Payne's b. f. Freedom Mr W. E. Hughes's b. f. Lassitude

DERBY, 1851. A PRODUCE STAKES of 1 sov. each, with 50 added for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b.

billies 8st. 41b. ; 31b. allowed, &c. ; the winner of the Derby or Oaks to carry 5lb

extra. One mile.-14 suls. Mr Dawson's br. c True Blue (31b.) Mr J. Scott's b. f. Frolicsome (31b.) Mr Denham's ch. f. Ania (31b.)

b. f. Louie Mr Fowler's br. c. by Heron, out of Fairy Mr Skerratt's b. c. by Loadstone, out o Mr C. H. Holloway's b. f. Victoria (31b.) Wheelock Lass (31b.)

ns. b. c. (dead) by Ithuriel, out of Mr H. Stebbing's ch. f. by Ratan, out < Gipsy (31b.)

Celeste (31b.) Mr J. B. Minor's b. or br. f. Manilla (31b.) Mr Topham's b. c. Guardsman (31b.) Mr M‘Turk's br. f. Desideratum (3lb.). Mr H. Wadlow's b. c. The Prime Ministe Mr J. Osborne's bl. c. The Black Doctor (31b.)

(31b.)

LINCOLN, 1851. First year of the LINCOLN TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sov. each, h. ft., with 50 added for

two year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 3lb.; horses that have started twice previon: to this race and not won, allowed 3lb. ; winners once, 3lb., twice, 5lb. extra ; 31b, and

5lb. allowed, &c.; the second to save his stake. T.Y.C.- 16 subs. Ld Burleigh ns. ch. f. Dorothea

MrJ. Inman's ch.f. The Maid of Lincoln(51b.) Mr W. H. Brooks's br. c. Blaze (31b.) Mr Monson ns. ch. f. Vision (3lb.) Mr T. Chambers's br. c. by Orlando, dam by Mr Osborne's bl. c. March Bird (3lb.) Negociator (h. b.) (516.)

- b. c. Priam the Third (31b.) Sir Ňontague Chólmley ns. br. c. The Mr T. H. Pedley's ch c. Stratagem Brahmin

ch. c. Wide-awake Mr Hesseltine's b. c. The Governor (31b.) Mr. W. Wright's ch. f. Valentine's Day, bl, f. Catch'em

(31b) Mr C. Higgins' br. c. Apostate

Ld Yarborough ns. b. f. Merry Bird (31b) Mr W. B. Hobson's b. f. Barbara (31b.)

WESTERN MEETING, 1851. A PRODUCE STAKES of 50 sov, each, 20 ft., for three year olds, colts 8st. 71b., Allies

8st. 21b. ; 21b. allowed to those got hy untried stallions or out of mares whose produce never won before the day of closing, and 4lb. of both untried. Two miles. La Eglinton's br. c. Cnous (21b.)

Sir J. Boswell'sch. f. Emily Bell (21b.) b. f. Emeute (21b.)

BEVERLEY, HULL, AND EAST RIDING, 1851.

Mr. Rich. JOHNSON, Clerk of the Course and Judge. WEDNESDAY, June 4.-The HOLDERNESS HUNT STAKES of 5 sov. each, with 25 added;

three year olds, 9st. 3lb., four, 10st. 121b., five, llst. 1016., six and aged, 12st. 2]b. Mares and geldings allowed 31b., half-bred horses 7lb.; horses bonâ fire the property o. farmers, and that have never been in a regular training stable, allowed 5lb. A winner

in 1850 or 1851, once, 3lb., twice, 5lb., thrice, 71b. extra. Two miles.--10 subs. Mr W. Baxter's b. g. A. Y., 4 yrs

Mr T. Fryer's br. m. The Metludist, amed Mr Elliott's br. f. Imagination, 3 yrs.

Mr Hutton's br. f. Psuri.

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Mr Jas. Jordan's b. h. by Stock port, out of Mr Littledale's br. g. Joe Anderson (h. b.),

Slashing Alice's dam, aged Mr John Lamplugh's br. 8. Maid of the Moor Mr A. Shepherd's ch. g. Labyrinth, 3 yrs (h. b.), 4 yrs

Mr John Simpson's b. g. View-hallo (h. b.), Mr W. B. Lamplugh's b. m. Queen of Trumps

(h. b.), aged The BISHOP BURTON STAKES of 10 sov.'each, h. ft., with 20 added, for two year olds, colts

8st. 7lb., and fillies 8st. 21b. A winner before starting to carry 3lb., twice, 5lb. extra.

T.Y.C.--8 subs.
Mr W. Baxter's br. f. Glimmer

Mr John Osborne's b. c. King of Troy
Mr Carter's b. c. The Farmer's Boy

Mr J. Scott's b. f. Mountain Flower Mr T. Dawson's br. c. Coroner

Mr H. Stebbing's b. f. by Irish Birdcatcher, Mr Hutton's br. f. Dame Tattle

out of Sophistry, by Voltaire Mr T. Lister's b. f. Lizzy THURSDAY, June 5.- The BEVERLEY STAKES of 10 sov. each, h. ft., with 20 added, for

two and three year olds; two year olds, 6st. 7lb., and three, &st. 71b. Fillies and geldings allowed 31b. A winner in 1851 before starting, to carry 3lb., twice, 5lb. extra.

Three quarters of a mile.
Mr G. Barton's bl. f. Madame Warton, 3 yrs Mr T. Lister's br. f. Nancy, 3 yrs
Mr Carter's b. c. The Farmer's Boy, 2 yrs

Mr John Osborne's b. c. The King of Troy, Mr Hutton's br. f. Dame Tattle, 2 yrs

The HULL CUP, the KINGSTON-UPON-HULL STAKES, and the EAST RIDING HANDICVP, close and name on the Ist of April.

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LOTHIAN AND EDINBURGH, 1851.

(Take place on the 8th and 9th of May.)
The Earl of ZETLAND, Sir J. D. LAUDER, and W. S. M. INNES, Esq.-STEWARDS.

Mr. J. STEVENTON, Clerk of the Course.
The LOTHIAN HANDICAP of 15 sov. each, 10 ft., and only.), &c., with 60 added. The

winner of any handicap subsequent to the publication of the weights, of 100 sov. value, to carry 5lb., of two or more, ilb. extra; the second to save his stake, and the winner to pay, lý sov. towards the expenses. Three horses, bonâ fide the property of different individuals, to start, or the added money will not be given. Two miles. The weights to be declared on the 17th of March, and forfeits on or before the 1st of April. Should the highest weight accepting be under 8st. 71b., it will be raised to that weight, and the others in proportion.—35 subs.

Age st. Ib. Achyranthes, by Thirsk

Age st. Ib.

Jenny Lind, by Charles XII. Æsculapius, by The Doctor

Joe Sutherland, by Y. Longwaist 5
Avia, by Faugh-a-Ballagh

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5 Baroness, by Don John

Lancefield, by Launcelot

3 Barnton Buy, by Mango

Little Fawn,

The, by Venison 3 Belus, by The Provost

Luxury, by E. o.

4 Birdtrap, by Irish Birdcatcher

Mark Tapley, by The Hydra 4 Billy Brown, by St. Martin

Mulgrave, by Sleight-of-Hand 4 Brennus, by The Colonel

Pandemus, by Idle Boy

3 Castanette, by Don John

Presto, by Sleight-of-Hand Castellan, by Lanercost

Scarborough, by Ratan Cocktail, The (h. b.), by The Pro

Sir Astley Cooper, by The Doctor 4
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Sir Roger de Coverley, by Voltaire
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Snowstorm, by Lanercost

5 Fabula, by The Era

Swaledale, by Stockport

5 Fleur de Seine, by Voltaire

Testator, by Inheritor Gulliver, by Touchstone

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Tightwaist, by Y. Longwaist 3 Haricot, by Mango or Lanercost

Whizgig, by Wintonian

6 The ATHENIAN HANDICAP of 10 sov. each, 5 ft., and only 3, &c., with 20 added, Ifor

hunters. To be ridden by gentlemen. If six acceptances, the second to save his stake. Two miles.-17 subs.

Age st. lb. | Alp, by The Provost .

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By Phenix, m. – Rose of Cashaged

5 Etona, by Recovery

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4 Heir-at-Law, by Dick

aged Smuggler Bill, by Commodore or Jenny Lind, by Charles xii.

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The Saddler Lady-I'm-off, by Sheet Anchor

aged 6 Swaledale, by Stockport Miss Aytoun (h. b.), by Plenipo

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CROXTON PARK, 1851.
The Marquess of GRANBY, the Earl of WILTON, and Lord FORESTER, STEWARDS.

Mr. J. DAY, Secretary.
TUESDAY, April 1.—The Belvoir CASTLE STAKES of 15 sov. each, 10 ft., with 80 adder

for three year olds, colts 8st. ;lb., fillies 8st. 5lb.; maidens at the time of namin allowed 31b., having started twice at that time 5lb., and thrice or more ;lb.; the wil ner of any stake or plate, value 300 sovs., in 1850 or 1851 to carry ilb. extra (match

and handicaps excepted). One mile.—8 subs. Ld Clifden's b. c. Oleander (31b.)

Mr E. Phillips's br. f. Truth Mr Dawson's br. f. Tightwaist

Mr H. Stebbing's b. c. Knook Knoll Mr G. Higgins's ch. c. Theseus

Mr Stephenson's br. c. by Dromedary, d. l Mr Mare's br. c. Recruit

Mulatto (31b.) Mr Oliver's b. c. Sir Rowland Trenchard The GRANBY HANDICAP of 20 sovs. each, 10 forfeit, and 5 only if declared, &c. TI

winner to subscribe to this stake for 1852, and to pay 15 sovs. to the Racing Fund. Th miles and a half.-50 subs., 33 of whom declared, &c. Age. st. lb.

Age. st. 11 Clothworker, by Prime Warden !1 10 Panope, by Sir Hercules

4 10 The Cocktail (h. b.), by The Pro

New Forest Deer (h. b.), by Vevost

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aged 10 Legerdemain, by Sleight-of-Hand 5 11 5 General Sale, by Coronation

10 Bushranger, by Thistlewhipper 4 11 1 Upton (h. b.), by Drayton Tophana, by Giovanni

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10 13 Warwick, by Sir Isaac

10 Sir Robert (h. b.), by Tariff 4 10 11 Melford (h. b.), by Melbourne . aged 10 Lady Jersey, by Bay Middleton 10 11 Lough Bawn, by Magpie

9 Joe Sutherland, by Y. Longwaist 5 10 10 Harpsichord, by Touchstone

9 Sisyphus, by Slane

4 10 10 WEDNESDAY.-A GOLD CUP, added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, 1

forfeit, and 5 only, if declared, &c. The winner to subscribe to this stake and the
Granby Handicap for 1852, and to pay 15 sovs. to the Racing Fund. The winner of the
Granby to carry 10lb. extra. Two miles.-26 subs., 12 of whom declared, &c.
Age. st. lb.

Age. st. lb Borneo, by Cotherstone . 5 12 5 The Baroness, by Verulam

10 13 Chantrey, by Touchstone 5 11 10 Sisyphus, by Slane

$ 10 11 Clothworker, hy Prime Warden 5 11 11 Joe Sutherland, by Y. Longwaist 5 10 11 The Cocktail (h. b.), by The

New Forest Deer (h. b.) by Ve. Provost 5 1 nison

. aged 10 10 Legerdemain, hy sieight-of-Hand ; 11 5 Panope, by Sir Hercules

10 10 Tophana, by Giovanni 6 11 i General Sale, by Coronatone

19 ) Sir Peter Laurie, by The Saddler 6 11 0 | Upton, by Drayton (h. b.)

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CURRAGH APRIL MEETING. Sir THOMAS BURKE, Bart., JOHN COURTENAY, Esq, and W. QUIN, Esq.-Stewardo.

Mr. John R. HUNTER, Keeper of the Match Book. TUESDAY, April 22.—The MADRID STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 5 ft. if declared, &c., for three year olds, the second to save his stake, &c. New Rathbride Post.–19 subs., 8 of hom declared.

st. lb. LH Waterford's ch. f. Kick-up-the-dust, by Star of Erin

7 9 Mr Irwin's b. c. Thunderbolt, by Smallhopes

7 9 La Waterford's ch. c. Marquis of Carribas, hy Birdcatcher

7 7 Sir T. Burke's br. f. by Lanercost, out of Camelia M: Williams's b. c. Ireland's Glory, by King Dan Mr King's br. c. by Tearaway, out of Rathmines' dam Mr Murphy ns. b, f. Wanton, by Freney

7 3 Mr E. 1. Irwin's b. g. Lord Éduard, by Birdcatcher

7 0 Mr Courtenay's b. c. Lurcher, by Ben-y-Ghlo

0 Mr Dillon's ch. f. Shan Van Vucht, by Mercury or Jolly Tar

7 0 Mr L. Byrne's ch. c. Roller, by Birdcatcher

7 A HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 15 sovs. each, 5 ft., if declared on the 1st of January, with 40 added. Waterford Post.- 16 sub 3 of whom declared, &c.

Age st. lb. Mr Watts' b. c. The Earl of Warwick, by Launcelot

4 8 9 Mr Williams's b. h. The Chief Baron, by Birdcatcher

5 i 11 Mr Newcoman's br. c. St. John, by Magpie or Freney

4 7 9 Mr Harrison's b. m. Lethargy, hy Ascot

aged 7 9 Mr D. Wynne's ns b. c. Remunerator, by Retriever

4 77 Ld Waterford's ch. f. Sis. to Ballinketle, by Birdcatcher

3 74 Mr J. Murphy's b. f. by Tearaway, out of Zulima

4 74 Mr Watt's chi f. Chaseaway, by Harkaway

3 7 Ld Waterford's b. c. by Corranna, out of Monica :

3 6 13 Mr Watts' br. f. The Countess, by Birdcatcher

3 6 11 Mr L. Dunne ns c. Johnstown, by Tearaway

3 6 9 Mr Nolan's bk. c. by Tearaway, dam by Byron

3 6 9 Ld Waterford's ch. c. The Marquis of Carribus, by Birdcatcher

3 6 6 WEDNESDAY.- The WELLINGTON STAKES of 30 sovs. each, 10 ft., and only 5, &c.; If

three horses start, the second to save his stake. Three yr old Course.—10 subs., 3 of whom declared.

Age st. lb. Mr Irwin's ch. h. Ballinafad, by Harkaway

aged 8 13 Mr Murphey's ch. h. Dough, by Tearaway

6 8 12 Mr Watts' b. e. Chatterbox, by Magpie .

4 8 0 Ld Waterford's ch. f. Modesty, by Tearaway

4 7 2 Mr Irwin's ch. c. Independence, by Retriever

4 7 2 Id Waterford's b. c. Bullion, by Elvas

4 7 0 Mr King's b. c. Larry's-the-Lad, by Tearaway FRIDAY.—The Second Class of the MADRID STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 15 ft., and 5 only it

declared on the 1st of January, for three year olds ; the second to save his stake, provided three start. New Rathbride Post.--23 subs., 5 of whom declared, &c.

st. lb, Mr Watts' ch. c. The Marquis, by Birdcatcher

9 Ld Waterford's ch. f. Sis. to Ballink eele, by Birdcatcher

8 4 Mr St George's b. f. by Harkaway, dam by Rust, out of Waterwitch

8 2 Mr J. King's ch. f. Unity, by Anti-Repealer

8 2 Mr Watts' ch. t. Chaseaway, by Harkaway.

7 13 Mr Irwin's b. c. Thunderbolt, hy Smallhopes

7 12 Mr Farrer's bk. c. Tancred, by Tearaway

79 Mr Denny's eh. c. Roller, by Birdcatcher

7 9 Mr Sherlock's b. c. Rodolph (late Duke of Wellington), by Tearaway

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Ld Waterford's 5. c. by Corranna, out of Monica
Mr Nolan's bk. c. by 'learaway, dam by Byron
Mr E. I. Irwin's b. f. Tribute, by Seahorse.
Mr Wallace's b. c. by Dr Woods, out of Kitty-cut-a-dash
Mi Cummins's ch. c. by Apollo, out of Louisa's dam.
Mr Dillon's ch. f. Shan Von Vocht, by Mercury or Jolly Tar
Mc Quin's br. c. Whiff, by Lanercost.
Mr E. I. Irwin's b. g. Lurd Edward, by Birdcatcher
Mr Coatsworth's ch. c. Sir William Wallace, by Emilius

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JUNE MEETING. TUESDAY, June 24.-The KIRWAN STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h. ft., and 5 only, &c.

the second to save his stake, if three start. Post on the flat. -10 subs., 7 of whom de. clared, &c.

Age st. Ib. Ld Waterford's br. h, Duc-an-durras, by Molyneux

6 8 ch. h. Lord George, by Economist

6 8 7 Mr King's b. c. Conveyor, by Retriever .

4 70 WEDNESDAY.-SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sov each, h. ft., with 50 added, for two year olds,

colts 8st. 5lb., fillies 8st., 31. allowed, &c. The produce of mares having bred a winner of the Derby or St. Leger, before the time of closing, 7lb. extra ; of the Anglesey's, 71b. extra ; of the Paget's, 5lb. extra; of a weight for age, Plate, or Stake of the value of 200 sovs., or of any Handicap of the value of 300 sovs., 316. extra; no horse to carry more than 10lb. extra ; the second to save his stake. Half a mile.

17 subs, Mr Bateman's ch. c. Dismay, by Magpie, ont of Surprise

b. c. Killarney, by Polish, out of Old Stock (31b.). Mr Disney's ch. f. Nourmahal, by Napier, out of Twilight (31b.).

ch. c. Indian Warrior, by Napier, out of Jannette (316) Mr Irwin's f. Polish, out of Recluse (316.) Mr Keegan's ch. f. Matilda, by Magpie, d.

by Bran, out of Maria (311..). b. or br. g. The Wee Orphan, by Tearaway or Polish, out of Silence (31b.) Mr Knox's ch. f. Lady Cecilia, by Napier, out of Madame Vestris (31b.)

ch. f. by Napier or Freney, out of Gramachree (31b.)
Mr Murphy's b. c. by The Ugly Buck, out of a sister to Johnny (31b.)
Mr Nolan's b. or br. f, by Launcelot, out of The Cook (31b.).
Mr Orford's ch. f. May Day, by Harkaway, out of Atalanta (31b.)
Mr Quin's ch. f. by Lothario, out of Fuyard (3lb.).
La Waterford's b. f. by Corranna, out of Perdita (31b.)

ch. c. by Corranna, out of Red Rose (31b.)
Mr G. Watt jun. ns. b. f. May Blossom, by Mickey Free, out of Alice May (31b.)
Col Westenra's c. by Freney, out of Fire (31b.)
THURSDAY.-The CURRAGHMORE STAKES of 25 sovs. each, with 25 added, for three

year olds, colts 8st. 71b., fillies 8st. 31b. ; 3lb. and 5lb. allowed, &c. The winner of ihe Anglesey's to carry 71b., of the Paget's 5lb., of both, 101b. extra ; 21b extra to be carried for each other race of the value of 50 sovs. won previous to starting for this.

One mile and a half on the Peel Course.
Mr Courtenay's b. c. Lurcher, by Ben-y-Ghlo, out of Moleskin (31b.)
Mr Dunne's b. c. Finance, by Bashful, out of Brasil (5lb.)
Mo Irwin's b. g. Lord Edward, by Birdcatcher, out of Anna Maria
Mr Johnstone's b.

c. by Tearaway, dam by Alcaston (31b.)
Mr Quin's br. c. Whift; by Lanercost, out of Wheel (31b.)
La Waterford's ch. c. Marquis of Carribas, by Birdcatcher, out of Puss

ch. f. by Corranna, out of Vaudeville (51b.)

ch. f. by Corranna, out of Red Rose (31b.) Second Class of the CURRAGHMORE TRIENNIAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., for two year olds, colts 8st. 5lb., fillies 8st. ; 31b. and 5lb. allowed, &c. The produce of any mare having bred the winner of the Anglesey, National, or Paget Stakes, 3lb. extra.; the winner of the two year old stakes on Wednesday 3lb. extra. The Marquis's Post. Sir T. Burke's ch.c. Thunder, by Magpie, out of Flash Mr Courtenay's b. c. by Lothario, out of Bantam's dam (31b.) Mr E. J. Irwin's gr. I. by Polish, out of Recluse (31b.), Mr J. Murphy's b.c. The Ugly Buck, out of sister to Johnny (31b.) Ld Waterford's ch. c. hy Corranna, out of Vaudeville (5lb.)

ch. c. by Corranna, out of Red Rose (31h.)

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