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The YORK STAKBS of five sovs. each, with 20 added. One-mile heats. Mr. T. Gwither's b. c. Sailor, 4 yrs

aged, 10st. old, 8st. 101b. (R. Powell) 1 1 Mr. Bartley's br. f. Brocard, by BoMr. I. Day's Nimrod, aged, 11st. 7lb. 3 2 badil, out of Miss Brocket, 2 yrs Mr. Forbes named b. g. Gossoon, old, Øst. 101b.

24 A SILVER CLARET Juo, value 30gs. by subscribers of 10gs. each.-Heats,

about one mile and a quarter. Mr. Gwither's b.c. Sailor, by Candi. Mr. Davies's ch. m. Miss Paton, 5

date, 4 yrs old, 10st. 71b. (Mr. I. yrs old, 10st. 101b. Bayley)

1 1 SWEEPSTAKES of 15 sovs. each. Owners to ride. From the distance in.

Four subscribers. Mr. I. Bayley's ch. h. Lucy, 6 yrs old, !| Captain Huntley's ch. h. Stockbridge, Mr. Blathwayt's gr. g. Welshman, aged, 2 aged

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NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING, 1828. MONDAY, April 21.-Match for Two Hundred, h. ft. 8st. 5lb. each.

T.Y.C. Duke of Grafton's br. f. Turquoise, by Mr. Payne's b. f. by Whalebone, out of Selim, out of Pope Joan (F. Buckle) i Varennes

2 Even betting.

Match for 200, h.ft.Ab. M. Mr. Thornhill's b. c. Mariner, by Mer. Lord Anson's b. f. Louisa, Est. 21b..... 2 lin, 8st. 71b. (S. Chifney)...

Seven to 4 agst Mariner. Handicap SWEEPSTAKES of 10 Sovś. each.-D.M. Mr. Udny's b. f. by Partisan, out of Mt. Rogers's bl. g. Nonsuit, 3 yrs old,

Donna Clara, 3 yrs old, 7st. 121b. 7st. 10lb.......... (Pavis)

1 Mr. Hunter's b. f. by Gustavus, out of Mr. Stanley's ch. e. Thales, 4 yrs old, Pea Blossom, 2 yrs old, 5st. 8lb. 5 8st. lib.

2 Duke of Grafton's ch. c. Paul Jones, Duke of Richmond's b. c. Chico, yrs

yrs old, 9st.

pd. old, 6st. 21b.

3 Seven to 4 agst Chico, 2 to 1 agst Nonsuit, and 5 to 1 agst the winner. SWEEPSTAKES of 200 sovs. each, h. ft. :-colts, 8st. 51b., fillies, est. 31b.

D.M.Those by untried stallions, or out of untried mares, allowed 3lb.;

if both, 5lb.-Four subscribers. Duke of Rutland's br. C. Cadland, by Duke of Portland's b. c. by Tiresias, out ()Duke reak

2 Four to 1 on Cadland. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each :-for two-year-olds, 7st.;' and three, 8st. rlb.

T.Y.C.With this condition, that the winner was to be sold for 150 sovs.

if demanded, &c. Mr. Rogers's bl. g. Nonsuit, by Smo. Mr. Maye's ch. f. Jane, by Moses, out lensko, 3 yrs old (Wheatley)

of Harriet, 2 yrs old...

2 The following also started but were not placed : Mr. Rush's br. c. by Merlin, out of

2 yrs old.

0 Romp, 2 yrs old

0 Mr. Theakston's br. C. Crony, 3 yrs Mr. Sowerby's ch. f. Staughton Lass, old

0 Six to 4 agst Nonsuit. SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft. :-colts, 8st. 7lb.; fillies, 8st. 3lb.

D.M.-Four subscribers. Sir J. Shelley's br. c. Giraffe, by Walton, out Amy ................ walked over.

Match for 100.-D.M. Lord Wilton's ch. c. Goshawk, by Mer. Mr. Payne's ch. h. Helenus, Ist, Soumi 2

1 lin, 8st. 5lb. (s. Day)

Seyen to 4 on Goshawk.

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SWEEPSTAKES of 300 sovs. each, 200 ft.-R.M.- Three subscribers. Sir J. Shelley's br. f. Rosalia, by Wal

2 ton, 8st. 216. (Robinson)...

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Mr. Rogers's ch. c. Bugle, 8st. 71b. 1

Three to l on Rosalia. SWEEPSTA CAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft. for three-year-olds.-D.M.-Six suba

scribers. Lord G. H. Cavendish's ro. c. Rapid Mr. Mills's ch. f. Lunacy, 7st. 91b. 2 , . |

Seven to 1 on Rapid Rhone. Match for 200, h. ft. 8st. 4lb. each.First half of Ab. M. Lord Egremont's b. f. Sister to Tom Sir J. Shelley's b. f. by Waterloo, out Thumb, by Whalebone (Arnull) 1 of Cressida ..

2 Even betting. SWEEPSTAKES of 200 sovs. each, h. ft. 8st. 5lb.-T.Y.C.- Three subscribers. Lord Jersey's ch. f. Trampoline, by Tramp

.......... recd. ft. Duke of Portland's b. c. by Orville, out of Emily, 8st. 71b. recd. ft. from Lord Or. ford's b. f. Spavina, by Orville, out of Mirandola, 8st. 4lb. R.M. 200, h. ft.

TUESDAY, April 22.-Renewal of the Two THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES, a subscription of 100 sovs. each, h. ft. :-colts, est. 7lb. ; fillies, 8st. 4lb.R.M.-T wenty-seven subscribers. Duke of Rutland's br. c. Cadland (Ro- Lord Tavistock's ch. c. Lepanto (late binson) ....

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Sharpset)

2 The following also started but were not placed : Lord Exeter's b. c. Enthusiast

Lord Grosvenor's b. c. Navarino, by Mr. Payne's ch. c. by Walton, out of Blacklock, out of Larissa

0 Johanna Southcote Five and a half to 4 agst Navarino, 5 to 2 agst Cadland, 6 to 1 agst Mr. Payne's colt, 8

to l agst Lepanto, and 8 to 1 agst Enthusiast. For this stake Mr. M. French named a colt by the description of Palemon only. An objection was made to his starting, because he was not described as required by the rule of the Jockey Club, made 24th May 1823. The question being referred to the Stewards, they decided that Mr. French's colt was not sufficiently identified to entitle him to start, and that he must pay the forfeit. Fifty Pounds, by subscription :-four-year-olds, 7st. 9lb.; five, 8st. 3lb. ;

six, and aged, 8st. 7lb.-Last three miles of B.C. Mr. Wyndham's br. h. Chateau Mar. Duke of Grafton's ch. c. Paul Jones, , , 1 |

2 Two to 1 on Chateau Margaux. The King's Place of 100gs. for mares :-three-year-olds, &st. 4lb. ; four,

9st. 4lb. ; five, 9st. 10lb.; six, and aged, 10st.-R.C. Mr. Scott Stonehewer's b. f. Souvenir, by Orville, 3 yrs old

....walked over. SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft. for the produce of mares covered in

1824; the mares or stallions to be untried :-colts, 8st. 7lb. ; fillies, 8st 4lb.

D.M.-Three subscribers.
Lord Anson's ch. c. by Merlin, out of Prue

...........recd. ft. Mr. Gully's b. c. Mameluke, by Partisan, 3 yrs old, recd. ft. from Mr. Lumley's b. f. Babel, 4 yrs old, 8st. 4lb. each. 'A.F. 200, h. ft.

WEDNESDAY, April 23.-SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for two-yearolds :-colts, 8st. 71b. ; fillies, est. 4lb.-T.Y.C.-Eight subscribers.--With this condition, that the winner was to be sold for 150 sovs. if demanded, &c. Mr. Rogers's bl. c. Coroner, by Magis. Mr. Rush's b. f. by Skim, out of Pen

trate, out of Miss Nollekins (Wheat. tagon ley).

3 The following also started but were not placed : Duke of Rutland's ch. f. Lady Wil- Gulliver's dam

0 liam, by Blacklock, out of Swiss Duke of Grafton's ch. f. Grisette Guide's dam

Mr. Sowerby's br. f. by Whalebone, out Mr. Pettit's ch. c. by Renovator, out of of Sister to Chippenham (fell) ......... 0

Five to 2 agst the winner, and 5 to 1 agst The Vicar. VOL. XXII, N. S.No. 129.

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4 yrs old

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Mr. Wyndham's b. c. Grampus, by Whalebone (W. Amull), and Lord Sefton's br. c. Johnny (Robinson), 8st. 516. each, A.F. 200, h. ft. ran a dead heat.-Two to I on Johnny Fifty Pounds, by subscription :--three-year-olds, 7st. 5lb.; four, 8st. 1llb.;

five, 9st. 4lb.-B.C. Lord Tavistock's ch. f. Leeway, by Mr. Bloss's b. f. by Orville, out of MerAladdin, 4 yrs old (G. Edwards). 1

ry-Maid, 3 yrs old.

3 Mr. Rush's b. e. by Merlin, out of Mr. Pettit's ch. c. Upas, 4 yrs old......... 4 Rhoda, 3 yrs old

2| Mr. Shailer's ch. c. Moor Buzzard, 3 yrs, 5

Even betting on Leeway,
THURSDAY, April 24.—Match for 100, T.Y.C. 100, h. ft.
Mr. Houldsworth's b. f. by Blacklock,
out of Loo, 8st. 3lb. (Robinson)

Mr. Udny's b. f. by Woful, out of Mi-
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racle, 8st. 5lb.

2 The loser the favorite. The King's PLATE of 100gs. :--four-year-olds, 11st. ; five, llst. glb. ; six,

and aged, 12st.-R.C. Meslek habere.sons bied hy Barinosolock, by a Maghema br. h. Chateau Mar.

2 Fout to 1 on Chateau Margaux. SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft. for three-year-olds.-T.Y.C.-Four

subscribers. Sir J. Shelley's b. c. Maresfield, by Snowdrop, 8st. llb. ..........

2 Antar, 8st. 41b, (Robinson)

1 Mr. Walker's ro. f. Serenade, Pst. 4lb... 3 Mr. Payne's b. c. by Whalebone, out of Renewal of the ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES, a subscription of 100 sovs.

each, h. ft. for fillies, 8st. 4lb.-D.M.-Nineteen subscribers. Mr. Pettit's b. Zoe, by Orville (Ro

al binson) ..........,

Lord Jersey's ch. Trampoline
The following also started but were not placed ;
Mr. Rogers's br. Scribe

01 Mr. Dilly's ch. by Rubens, out of Mr. Thornhill's ch. Bee-in-a-Bonnet, Zuleika

0 by Blacklock, out of Maniac

Lord Grosvenor's b. by Blacklock, out Lord G. H. Cavendish's b. by Godolphin, of Passamaquoddi out of Barossa

Eleven to 8 agst Zoè, 2 to l agst Trampoline, and 6 to lagst Barossa. SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft. :-for colts, 8st. 7lb. ; fillies, 8st. 3lb.

D.M.-Nine subscribers. Duke of Rutland's br. c. Cadland

walked over. Sir J. Shelley's br. c. Giraffe................................................ withdrew his stake.

FRIDAY, April 25.-Renewal of the NEWMARKET STAKES of 50 sovs. each, h, ft. ;-m costs, 8st. 7lb. ; fillies, 8st. 21b.D.M-Twenty-three subscrie bers. Mr. W. Chifney's b. c. Zinganee, by Dick Andrews, out of Donna Clara... 2 Tramp (s. Chífney).

1 Lord Grosvenor's b. c. Navarino 3 Mr. Payne's b. c. by Merlin, dam by

The following also started but were not placed : Duke of Grafton's b. c. Charon............ 01 of Emily...... Lord Exeter's b. c. Enthusiast. 0 Duke of Portland's b. c. by Tiresias, Mr. Rush's b. c. Jenkins, by Merlin, out of Freak out of Romp's dam

0 Duke of Rutland's b. c. by Waterloo, Lord Anson's ch. c. by Merlin, out of out of Sister to Adeliza

0 Prue ........

0 Mr. Batson's gr. c. by Skim, out of CeDuke of Portland's b. c. by Orville, out cilia, by Worthy

0 Five to 2 agst Enthusiast, 3 to 1 agst Zinganee, 5 to 1 agst Navarino, 8 to 1 agst Mr.

Payne's colt, and 9 to 1 agst Jenkins.

SWEEPSTAKES of 50 sovs. each, T.Y.C. Mr. Udny's b. f. by Woful, out of Miracle, 8s. 21b. (Pavis)...

....... 1 The following also started but were not placed : Mr. Stonehewer's ch. c. Kildare, 8st. 41b. O Mr. Rogers's br. c. Medallist, 8st. 21b... 0

Two to 1 on Kildare, and 3 to 1 agst the winner.

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MATCH for 200.A.F. Mr. Irby's br. f. Toso, by Rainbow, Sat. Mr. Wyndham's br. c. Gaberlunzie, 8st. (F. Boyce )...................

1 61b.

.............. 2 Five to 4 on Gaberlunzie.

MATCH for 200, 8st. 4lb, each.-D.I. Mr. Scott Stonehewer's b. f. Souvenir Lord G. H. Cavendish's b. e. Amphion, 2 (Robinson)...............

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Five to 4 on Amphion. Lord Verulam's b. f. Brocard, by Whalebone, recd. ft. from Mr. Forth's b. f. Trans, lation, 8st. 31b. each, R. M. 100, hi ft.

Lord Orford's ch. f. by Tiresias, out of Bizarre, agst Sir J. Shelley's b. f. by Waters loo, out of Cressida, 8st. 5lb. each, D.M. 200, h. ft. Off by consent,

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DURHAM MEETING, 1828. WEDNESDAY, April 23.-Match for Fifty Sovereigns, 8st. each. Two

miles. Mr. Atkinson's ch. m. 6 yrs old 1| Mr. Wright's b. f. by M'Orville, 4 yrs, 2

THURSDAY, April 24.- The DURHAM WELTER Cup, value 50 sovso given by the Members for the City, added to a Sweepstakes of five guineas each, for horses not thorough-bred, that never won Plate or Sweepstakes (handicaps excepted) before the day of naming :--three-year-olds, 9st. ; four, i0st. 7lb.; five, 11st. 7lb.; six, 11st. 12lb.; and aged, 12st.-Heats, two miles.-Eleven subscribers. Mr. Harland's ch. g. by The Laird, dam by Diomed, 4 yrs old (8. Templeman ....

3 0 1 1 Mr. Armitage's b. f. Milkmaid, by Catton, 3 yrs old.........

1 0 0 2 Mr. Bretherton's b. g. Sawney, by X Y Z, 4 yrs old.......

2 1 0 dr. Mr. Wilkinson's b. c. Sportsman, 4 yrs old

0 3 2 0 Mr. Kilvington's b. f. by Gambler, 3 yrs

old

0 2 0 0 Mr. Shafto's br. g. by Agricola, 5 yrs old

0 0 0 0 Mr. Hodgson's b. c. by Outcry, 4 yrs old Sawney the favourite. Previous to starting for this race, Sawney plunged violently,

fell backwards upon his rider, T. Garbutt, and bruised him rather severely, but not so as to hinder him from riding three heats; he was obliged, however, at the conclu.

sion of the third, to be led off the Course. The Town PLATE of 501. for horses that never won 501. :-three-year-olds,

7st. 5lb.; four, 8st. 5lb. ; five and upwards, 8st. 10lb.-Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.--Heats, two miles. Mr. Joplin's b. c. by Abjer, dam by Jack-a-Lantern, 4 yrs old............. 0 1 1 Mr. Russell's b. g. by Whisker, out of Castrella, 5 yrs old

1 0 0 Mr. Rountree's b.c. Trouncer, 4 yrs old .............................................. 2 3 ? Mr. Riddell's b. c. Prebend, 3 yrs old

3 0 3 Mr. Shafto's gr. c. by Viscount, dam by Whitworth, 3 yrs old....

0 0 0 Mr. Hudson's bl. h. Lottery, by Soothsayer, 5 yrs old......

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0 0 dr. Mr. Lee's ch. c. Plutus, by Catton, 3 yrs old

0 0 dr. Mr. Skipsey's gr. c. Dickey Walkington, 3 yrs old......

0 dr. FRIDAY, April 25.-A Silver Cup, value 50gs. by subscribers of five sovs. each, with 10 added, for horses, &c. that never won 100gs. at any one time before the day of naming.--Two-mile heats.-Ten subscribers. Mr. Golden's br. c. Robin Hood, by Mr. Skipsey's gr. c. Dickey Walk.

Blacklock, 4 yrs old, 8st. 3lb. 1 ington, by Revenue, 3 yrs old, Lord Kelburne's ch. f. Mystery, 4 yrs 6st. 10lb. ....

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MATOH for 50 SOVS. One mile.

Meta Set Salvin's ch.m. Hag, by Sooth, ] M5.9 Harland's b. m. Julia, by Dom

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The Smiddy Haugh Stakes 'of 7gs. each, for horses not thorough-bred :

three-year-olds, Ast. ; four, 9st. 7lb.; and five, 10st. 7lb. ; a winner of 501. before the day of naming, to carry 31b., if twice, 5lb.extra.—Two miles.

Seven subscribers. Mr. Weatherall's ch. g. by The Laird, 1 Mr. Armitage's b. f. Milk-Maid, 3 yrs... 3

Mr. Hudson's b. m. Miracle, 5 yrs old... 2 dam by Diomed, 4 yrs old

SATURDAY, April 26.—The CouNTY MEMBERS' PLATE of 50l. :—for three-year-olds, 6st. 71b.; four, 8st. ; five, est. 9lb. ; six and aged, 9st. ; a winner of 501. in Plate or Sweepstakes, to carry 3lb., if twice, 5lb. extra.—Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.-- Three mile heats. Mr. Golden's br. c. Robin Hood, by Frolic, out of Otis, 3 yrs old...... 4 3 Blacklock, 4 yrs old

11 Mr. Darnell's br. c. by Walton, out Mr. Attwood's b. f. Dione, 4 yrs old, 2 2 of Crowcatcher's dam, 4 yrs old... 3 dr. Mr. Jackson's b. f. Mary Anne, by

Match for 25 sovs. -Two miles. Mr. Laybourn's br. m. Gentle Kitty... 1| Mr. W. Kirby's gr. m. Fair Ellen...... 2

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NEW MARKET SECOND SPRING MEETING, 1828. MONDAY, May 5.-SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for three-year-olds :

colts, 8st. 71b. ; fillies, 8st. 41b.-T.Y.C. Duke of Rutland's ch. f. Lady William,

cilia

៖ by Blacklock (Robinson)

1 Mr. Rogers's bl. c. Coroner Mr. Batson's gr. c. by Skim, out of Ce

The following also started but were not placed :
Lord Anson's ch. c. by Merlin, out of Lord Orford's b. c. The Vicar

0 Prue Two to 1 agst the colt by Skim, 2 to 1 agst Coroner, and 6 to 1 agst Lady William.

Match for 100 sovs.-D.M. Mr. Irby's br. f. Toso, by Rainbow, 8st.

Duke of Portland's ch. c. Carthusian, 71b. (F. Boyce)...

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8st. 2lb.

2 Five to 2 on Toso. HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for three-year-olds and upwards.

A.F. Lord Sefton's br. c. Johnny, by Little

yrs old, 8st. 8lb......

3 John, 4 yrs old, 8st. llb. (Robinson) 1| Duke of Portland's b. c. by Tiresias, Duke of Richmond's br. f. Gulnare, 4 out of Oriana, 4 yrs old, 7st. 6lb. yrs old, 8st. 5lb....

2 Mr. Payne's br. h. Belzoni, 5 yrs old, Duke of Grafton's ch. h. Paul Jones, 5 8st. 121b......

Eleven to 8 on Gulnare, 2 to 1 agst Johnny, and 9 to 1 agst Paul Jones. TUESDAY, May 6.-SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each :-three-year-olds, 7st. 4lb. ; four, Sst. 7lb. ; five, Ist. ; six and aged, 9st. 3lb.-D.M.- With this condition, that the winner was to be sold for 150 sovs. if demanded, &c. Lord Grosvenor's br. c. Gros de Naples, Lord Anson's ch. c. by Merlin, out of by Blucher, 4 yrs old (S. Day)... 1 Prue, 3 yrs old.

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4 Mr. Walker's gr. c. Intruder, 4 yrs old, 2 General Grosvenor's gr. c. by Skim, Mr. Rogers's bl. g. Nonsuit, 4 yrs old... 3 out of Tetotum, 3 yrs old.... pd. Seven to 4 agst Gros de Naples, 2 to 1 agst Nonsuit, and 4 to 1 agst Intruder.

N. B. The winner was claimed.

Match for 100, R.M. Sst. 4lb. each.
Duke of Grafton's b. c. Lancastrian, by
Merlin (Robinson)

Mr. Udny's b. f. Sontag, by W'oful, out
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of Miracle

2 Thirteen to 8 on Lancastrian. FIRST CLAss.-HANDICAP SwerPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for three-year-olds

and upwards.-T.Y.C. Mr. Scott Stonehewer's ch. c. Kildare, Lord G. H. Cavendish's b. f. by Parti.

by Regent, 3 yrs, 6st. 13lb. (Paris).., san, out of Mouse, 4 yrs old, 7st, 715. ?

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