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The WINCHCOMB PURSE of 501. for horses of all ages. Two-mile heats. Mr. I. Day's br. h. Nimrod, by yrs old, ist. Inlb. *. *TV turco....... 2 dr.

Topsy Turvy, aged, 9st. 8lb. (G. Mr. Wood's b. m. Rosaria, aged,
Boast)
11 Ost. 5lb.

4 dr. Mr. Thorne's b. m. Forester Lass, Mr. Kent's b. m. Betty Walton, 5 aged, 9st. 81b. 3 2 yrs old, 8st. Illb. .....................

dis. Mr. Yates's b. m. Little-bo-Peep, 5 Even betting on Forester Lass, and 4 to 1 agst Nimrod ; after the heat the betting varied

from 2 to 1 on Forester Lass to 6 to 4 on Nimrod.

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BIBURY CLUB MEETING, 1828.

(Over Cheltenham Course.) WEDNESDAY, June 18.-ProduCE STAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft. for

three-year-olds. Red Post In.--Five subscribers. Mr. Rawlinson's ch. f. Ruby, by Rubens, out of Reality's dam, 8st. 41b., walked over. The BIBURY STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 15 ft., and only five if declared, &c.

with 30 added, for horses of all ages.-Two miles. Mr. Haffenden's b. c. Trumpeter, by Mr. Farquharson's bo h. Presentiment,

aged, 9st. 5lb. ...

2 The following also started but were not placed: Mr. Bacon's b. h. Nderim, 6 yrs old, 8st. 121b.. 8st. 8lb.

Mr. Rawlinson's b. f. Passion, 4 yrs old, Mr. Pryse's ch. h. Doctor Eady, aged,

0 One subscriber paid 15 sovs. ft., and five others, having declared by the time prescribed,

paid only five sovs. each. Seven to 4 on Trumpeter. Won by a length. THURSDAY, June 19..The BURFORD STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 25 sovs. added, for horses of all ages.-One-mile heats.- Six subscribers. Mr. Bacon's ch. h. Paul Jones, by Partisan, 5 yrs old, 9st. 6lb. (Conolly) 2 1 1 Mr. Rawlinson's ro, m. Resemblance, by Gainsborough, 5 yrs old, Ist. 3ib. ? ? dr. Mr. Farquharson's b. f. by Wanderer, out of Meg Merrilies, 4 yrs, 7st. 41b. 3 3 dr.

Paul Jones the favorite before and after the heat.

&st. .......

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ASCOT HEATH SECOND MEETING, 1828. TUESDAY, June 17.-SWEEPSTAKES of 100 sovs. each, h. ft. for three

year-olds :-colts, 8st. 7lb.; fillies, 8st. 31b..The winner of the Derby or

Oaks to carry 71b. extra.-Swinley Course. Lord Sefton's bl. c. Juryman, by Smo. Mr. Payne's ch. c. by Walton-Jo. lensko, out of Black Diamond (J. hanna Southcote

3 Robinson)

1 Lord Mountcharles's b. c. by Blacklock, Mr. Thornhill's ch. f. Bec-in-a-Bonnet, out of Royal Oak's dam.......

by Blacklock.. Six to 4 on Juryman, 5 to 2 agst Mr. Payne's colt, and 5 to 1 agst Bee-in-a-Bonnet.

A good race, won by only a neck. The WINDSOR OATLAND STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 15 ft. for horses of all

ages.-Two miles and a half. Mr. Delme Radcliffe's ch. f. Maria, by Mr. Prendergast's ch. h. The Vicar, 5 Waterloo, 4 yrs old, 8st. 21b. (J. Ro. yrs old, 8st. 71b.

2 binson) Seven subscribers paid 15 sevs. ft. Two to 1 on Maria. Won easy by two lengths. His MAJESTY's Purse of 100gs. for four-year-olds and upwards.- Three

miles. Mr. Maberly's br. h. Monarch, by Co. old, 9st. 71b.

2 mus, 5 yrs old, 9st. 3lb. (R. Boyce) 1 Mr. Delinė Radcliffe's ch. f. Maria, Mr. Weatherill's b. m. by Jupiter, dam 4 yrs old, 8st. 71b. (fell)

3 by Trumpator, out of Spinster, 6 yrs VOL. XXII. N. S.No. 132.

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Five to 2 on Maria, who in running, owing to a rope which went across the Course to

keep out horsemen not being let down in sufficient time was thrown against a post; her rider (Robinson) and the mare both escaped without any material injury.

March for 50, 10st. 7lb. each.-Old Mile. Mr. St. John's br. m.

1| Lord Opley's b. pony..........

..........2 WEDNESDAY, June 18.-The Gold Cup, by subscriptions of 10 sovs. each, for horses of all ages.—About two miles and a half. Sir J. Shelley's b. c. Maresfield, by Mr. Caulfield's br. f. Whimper, 4 yrs Antar, dam by Sorcerer, 4 yrs old, 8st. old, 7st. Illb........

2 (T. Macdonald)

Five to 2 and 3 to 1 on Maresfield. Won easy by two lengths. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added by the Town of Windsor,

for three and four-year-olds.—The Old Mile.--Four subscribers. Sir J. Shelley's b. c. Maresfield, by An. old, 7st. 41b.

2 tar, 4 yrs old, 8st. 3lb. (R. Boyce) ... 1 Mr. Udny's b. f. by Partisan, out of Mr. L. Hervey's ch. f. Manola, 3 yrs Donna Clara, 4 yrs old, 8st. 61b.......... 3 Three to 1 on Maresfield. Won easy, by three lengths. The winner was claimed, ac

cording to the articles, for 350 sove. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added by the Members for Windsor,

for horses of all ages.--About two miles and a distance.--Five subscribers. Mr. Dickinson's b. h. Mr. Pengander, Lord Mountcharles's b. c. Coronet, 3

by Tramp, 5 yrs old, 8st. 131b. (G. yrs old, 6st. 8lb. (carried, 7st. llb.) 3 Dockeray).

1| General Grosvenor's ro. c. Goblet, by Mr. Weatherley's ro. g. Tokay (late Po- Skim, out of Tetotum, 3 yrs old, 6st. pinjay), 6 yrs old, 9st. llb.... 2 8lb.

4 Even betting on Tokay, and 2 to l agst Mr. Pengander. Won cleverly, by a length.

THURSDAY, June 19.-Match for 50 sovs. 8st. each.---Last half of the New Mile. Mr. Weatherill's ch. & The Palfrey, (J. Day)............

1 by Abjer, out of_Paleface, 5 yrs old Sir J. Ogilvy's b. g. Rainbow, aged

The Palfrey the favorite. Won easy, by half a length. One HUNDRED GUINEAS (handicap), given by the Town of Windsor, for horses

of all ages. Two miles and a half. Mr. Dickenson's b. h. Mr. Pengander, Lord Brabason's ch. h. Vicar, 5 yrs old, by Tramp, 5 yrs old, 8st. 10lb. (G. 8st. 71b. .....

2 Dockeray)

The following also started but were not placed : Mr. Walker's bl. f. by Interpreter, Mr. D. Radcliffe's b. h. Dervise, 5 yrs

0 old, 9st. 21b. General Grosvenor's b. c. Mæcenas, 3 Mr. Smith's b. g. Pendarves, 6 yrs old, yrs old, 6st. 10lb.

8st. 10lb. Mr. L. Harvey's ch. f. Manola, 3 yrs Captain Bulkeley's ch. g. Roger, 5 yrs old, 6st. 9lb.

old, 8st. 5lb. Nr. Ramsbottom's b. f. by Aladdin, 3 Lord Mountcharles's b. f. Constance, yrs old, 6st. 61b.

yrs old, 8st. llb. Five to 4 agst Nr. Pengander, and 4 to 1 agst Dervise. An excellent race, and won by

only a neck. HANDICAP Purse of 501. for horses of all ages.-Two miles and a distance. Mr. Brown's b. C. Tom Thumb, by Mr.Weatherley's ro. g. Tokay, 6 yrs, 9st. 4

Whalebone, 4 yrs old, 7st. 121b.' (F. Lord Mountcharles's br. f.' Whimper, Buckle, jun.)........

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4 yrs old, 7st. 131b. Mr. Cosby's br. h. Logic, aged, 8st. 8lb. 2 Mr. Weatherill's The Palfrey, 5 yrs old, Lord Brabason's ch. h. Vicar, 5 yrs old, 8st. 21b.

6 8st. Alb.

3. Mr. Cosby's b. h. Escape, 6 yrs, 8st. 8lb. 7 Six to 4 agst Tom Thumb, and to lagst Logic. Won easy, by two lengths.

yrs old, 8st.

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KNIGHTON MEETING, 1828. WEDNESDAY, June 18.-The BOROUGH STAKES of five sovs. each, with

20 added from the Fund, for horses that never won more than 501, at one time, -Heats, twice round, about two miles.

Mr. Gwalter's b. m. Prude, by Phantom, 6 yrs old, øst. 11lb. (T. Watley).... 2 1 1 Mr. Pickernell's b. f. Miss Eversley, by Whalebone, 4 yrs old, 8st. Ilb......... 1 2 2 Mr. B. Davies's b. c. Multum in Parvo, by Euston, 4 yrs old, Ost. 4lb.......... 3 dr. Mr. Gough's br. h. Philosopher (late Nimrod), aged, 8st. 61b. (bolted)

4 dis. Sir W. Wynne's b. c. Brother to Mayfly, 3 yrs old, 7st......

5 dr. Prude having won more than 501. the race was given to Miss Eversley. THURSDAY, June 19.-The RaðNORSHIRE STAKES of three sovs. each with 20 adde:1, for horses not thorough-bred, &c.—Nine subscribers. Mr. Weyınan's b. & Forester, by Mr. Cleeton's

br. c. Slow-and-Easy, Spectre, 4 yrs old, 10st. 31b.......... 11 by Spectre, 3 yrs old, 9st. 3lb.....1 2 dr. Mr. Sayce's b. f. Boadicea, 3 yrs, 9st. 3 2 The County and BOROUGH MEMBERS' PURSE of 501. for horses of all ages.

Heats, twice round, and the long length. Sir W. W. Wynn's ch. h. Mayfly,

Bet. 13lb.

2 2 by Piscator, 5 yrs old, 9st. llb. (8. Mr. B. Davies's b. f. Clematis, 4 yrs Bamard)

old, 8st. llb........ .......................

3 Mr. Gwalter's b. m. Prude, 6 yrs old, The BAILEY STAKES of five sovs. each, with 20 added, for horses not thorough

bred.--Heats, twice round and a distance. Mr. George's b. &. Jerry, by Spectre, 4 yrs old, 10st. Alb..........

3 1 1 Captain Rice's br. h. Marshall, 5 yrs old, 11st. 61b.........

1 2 2 Mr. Jeffrey's b. f. by Master Henry, 4 yrs old, 10st. 3lb.

2 3 3 Three others started for the first heat.

HAIGH PARK MEETING, LEEDS, 1828. WEDNESDAY, June 25.-The Filly STAKES of 30 sovs. each, h. ft. for

three-years-old fillies, 8st. 3lb.-One mile and a half.--Three subscribers. Mr. Gil's b. Venus, by North Star, out Mr. Petre's ch. Emeralda, Sister to of Gift, by Young Gohanna (J. Gar. Granby.......

2 butt)

Six to 4 on Venus. Won easy. SWEEPSTAKES of 20 sovs. each, for two-year-olds:mwcolts, 8st. 5lb.; fillies,

8st. 2lb.-T.Y.C.-Seven subscribers. Mr. Ridsdale's b. f. Donation, by Boro. Tramp, out of Murphy's dam. ......... 2

dino, out of Cardinal Wolsey's dam Lord Fitzwilliam's b. f. Dora, Sister to (S. Templeman)..

Medora ......

3 Mr. Gibbeson's b. f. Lady Sarah, by

The following also started bat were not placed : Mr. Jaques's ch. c. by St. Patrick, out Sherwood or Magistrate, out of Miss of Merryfield's dam, by Star

Maltby's dam......... Five to 4 agst Donation, 5 to 2 agst Lady Sarah, and 8 to 1 agst Uncle John. Won

by a neck. Fifty Pounds, for horses of all ages.-Heats, about two miles. Lord Fitzwilliam's b. f. Dinah, by Dinmont, 4 yrs old, 7st. 13lb. (T. Lye)..... 5 1 1 Mr. Hodgson's br. f. Emerald, 3 yrs old, 6st. Alb..

1 2 2 Mr. Armstrong's br. f. by Whisker, out of Alexander's dam, 3 yrs, 6st. 4lb... 4 3 3 Mr. Walker's b. f. Mayflower, by Magistrate, dam by Cervantes, 3 yrs old, 6st. 4lb.

2 dr. Mr. Houldsworth's b. f. Baggage, by Tramp, out of Escape's dam, 3 yrs old, 6st. 4lb....

3 dr. Five to 4 on Dinah. A good race. THURSDAY, June 26.-The FOAL STAKES of 30 sovs. each, 10 ft. for three-year-olds :--colts, 8st. 5lb. ; fillies, Sst. 2lb.-Two miles.-Six subscribers. Mr. Petre's br. f. Emmolina, by Blacklock, out of Agatha..................... walked over.

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SEVENTY POUNDS, given by the Town of Leeds, for horses of all ages.Heats,

about two miles. Mr. Ridsdale's ch. c. Harlequin, by Cervantes, out of Flora, 3 yrs old, 6st. 71b. (J. Holmes)...

1 3 1 Lörd Fitzwilliam's b. f. Dinah, 4 yrs old, 7st. 13lb.. Mr. Houldsworth's ch. f. by Magistrate, out of Harriet's dam, 4 yrs old,

7st. 13lb......... *Even betting on Dinah, and 3 to 1 against Harlequin ; after the second heat, 3 to 1 on

Dinah. An excellent race. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. cach, for horses not thorough-bred. Gentlemen

riders.-Two-mile heats. Five subscribers. Mr. T. Lee's b. h. 6 yrs old, 12st. (Mr. Wood)

2 1 1 Mr. Smith's br. m. Jenny, 6 yrs old, 12st...........,

1 2 2 Mr. Hudson's b. m. Miracle, 5 yrs old, Ilst. 21b, (short of weight), .... dis.

Miracle the favorite ; after the first heat 2 to 1 on Jenny. A good race. FRIDAY, June 27.-The Ladies' PURSE, for horses of all ages, -Heats, one mile and three quarters. Mr. Hodgson's br. f. Emerald, by trate, 4 yrs old, 8st. 21b........... 2 2

Blacklock, 3 yrs old, 6st. lib. Mr. Sykes's ch. e, Little-thought-of, (J. Gray)

11 by Cervantes, 4 yrs old, Est. 5lb. Mr. Houldsworth's ch. f. by Magis, (broke down)

.... dis. Six to 4 agst Emerald, and 6 to 4 agst Mr. Houldsworth's filly ; after the first heat 2

to l on Emerald.

HAMPTON MEETING, 1828. WEDNESDAY, June 25.--The CLARENCE STAKES of 10 sovs. cach, with 20 added, for horses of all ages.-Two-mile heats.

Six subscribers. Mr. Dickinson's b. h. Mr, Pengander, by Tramp, 5 yrs old, Ist. llb. (G. Dockeray)

2 1 1 Colonel Yates's gr. m. Fille de Joie, aged, 8st. Illb.

12 dr. Mr. Richmond's b. g. Scaramouch, by Don Juan, out of Wagtail, 5 yrs old, 8st. 71b.............

3 3 dr. Two to 1 on Mr. Penganders after the first heat even betting between him and Fille

de Joie, The BERKELEY HUNT STAKES of 10 sovs. cach, for horses which had been

fairly through ten runs with Mr. Grantley Berkeley's hounds, and were present at the taking of the deer ; 12st, each.-Mares and geldings allowed 3lb.; half-bred horses, 7lb.Gentlemen riders.-- Three-mile heats.-Five subscribers. Mr. De Burgh's ch. g. Sunshine, by Mr. Grantley Berkeley's Jack Bunce, 2 2 Soothsayer, aged (Owner)...

....... 11 Six to 4 on Jack Bunce ; after the heat 6 to 4 on Sunshine. Won cleverly. The COBURGH STAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 10 added, for horses of all ages.

Heats, one mile and a distance.-Four subscribers. Mr. Bacon's h. g. Compte d'Artois, by Bourbon, aged, 9st. 8Ib. (Conolly)... ? ! ! Mr. De Burgh's ch. g. Sunshine, aged, 9st. 3lb......

12 dr. Mr. Bond's b. c. Mahomet, by Muley, dam by Dick Andrews, 4 yrs old, Ost. 71b. (bolted)..........

dis. Sunshine the favorite, and 3 to 1 agst Compte d'Artois ; after the first heat 5 to 2 on

Sunshine. THURSDAY, June 26. A GOLD Cup, value 100 sovs., by subscriptions of 10 sovs. each, for horses of all ages.Gentlemen riders.--Two-mile heats.

Four subscribers.
Mr. De Burgh's ch, g. Sunshine, aged, 11st. 8lb. (Owner)...

2 1 1 Mr. Bacon's b. h. Forfeit, 5 yrs old, 11st. 5lb.....

32 dr. Mr. Wetherill's b. m. by Jupiter, 6 yrs old, llst. 8lb. (went on the wrong side of a post)

1 dis. A charge of crossing was brought against the rider of Sunshine in the second heat, but

was afterwards withdrawn. Six and 7 to 4 on Forfeite Won easy.

SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 30 added, for maiden horses of all ages.com

Heats, the New Mile. Mr. Peirse's b. f. by Whisker, out of Mr. Messer's b. f. Lydia Jones, 3 yrs , Muid, estetis... E.

2 2 The following also started but were not placed : Mr. G. Edwards's ch. f. Jane, 3 yrs old, 7st. 4lb.

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Mr. Bond's b. c. Mahomet, 4 yrs old,

8st. 5lb....... Six to 4 agst Mr. Peirse's filly, after the heat 3 to 1 on her. Won cleverly. The Cocken Har STAKES of six sovs. each, with 10 added :-four-year-olds,

10st. 10lb.; five, 11st. slb.; six, 12st.; and aged, 12st. 2b.-Half-bred horses allowed 71b.; mares and geldings, 3lb. ; and those ridden in cocked

hats, 7lb. One mile. Mr. Bacon's b. g. Compte d'Artois, by

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Mr. De Burgh's b. g. Gossoon, aged.... 2 The following also started but were not placed : Wobdirkah, out of Rosabella, ostyrs old, o Mr. Wernetin's cha

: a: Sately

, age... 8 Six to 4 on Compte d'Artois. Won by nearly a length. The winner was claimed, ac

cording to the articles, for 100 sovs. The Toy STAKES of five soys. each, with 16 added, for horses of all ages.

Heats, to start at the Turn of the Lands, and go once round.-Nine sub

scribers. Mr. Coleman's bl. g. Nonsuit, by

per, 4 yrs old, 7st. Illb........ 3 dr. Smolensko, 4 yrs old, 7st. lllb... 1 1 Mr. Messer's b. f. Lydia Jones, 3 Mr. Richmond's b. g. Scaramouch,

yrs old, 6st. 41b......

O dr. 5 yrs old, 8st. 41b....

02 Mr. James's b. f. Merry Tricks, by Mr. Cosby's br. h. Logic, aged,

Filho da Puta, out of Eliza Lceds, 9st. 2lb. 2 dr. 3 yrs old, 6st. 41b.......

0 dr. Lord Mountcharles's br. f. Whim. Logic and Whimper came to the Post too late to start for the second heat, and the other

two went off without them; the former afterwards walked over, but on reference to the Steward the race was given to Nonsuit.

FRIDAY, June 27.SWEEPTAKES of five sovs. each, with 15 added by the Ladies, for horses of all ages.-Heats, one mile and a distance. Six subscribers, Lord Mountcharles's b. f. Constance, by Tramp, 4 yrs old, 7st. 61b............. 3 1 ! Mr. Cosby's br. h. Logic, aged, 8st. 1316.

1 2 2 Mr. James's b. f. Merry Tricks, 3 yrs old, 6st. 71b. Mr. Coleman's bl. g. Nonsuit, 4 yrs old, 7st. 6lb.

2 3 dr.

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TENBURY MEETING, 1828. TUESDAY, June 26.-MAIDEN Purse of 50l. for all ages.--Two-mile

heats. Mr. Beardsworth's b. f. by Sassenagh old, 6st. 1llb.

2 3 or Rubens, out of Young Chryseis, Mr. Giffard's b.c. Nimrod, 3 yrs

3 yrs old, 6st. lllb. (Lear) 11 old, 7st.
Captain B. Davies's b. f. Clematis, 4 Mr. Patrick's b. m. Georgiana, 5
yrs old, 8st. llb.

3 2
yrs old, 8st. 71b.

6 5 Mr. Fuller's br. f. by Master Henry, Mr. Charlton's b. f. by Hedley, 3 out of Moor Buzzard's dam, 3 yrs

yrs old, Ost. Illb.

4 dr. HUNTERS' STAKES of five sovs. each. Three-mile heats.--Ten subscribers. Mr. Wheeler's b. m. Fanny, by by Arthur, out of Boniface, by Ambo, aged, 11st. Illb. (Spring) 1 1 Snap, aged, 11st. Illb.

2 dr. Sir T, F. Winnington named b. g. ALL-AGED STAKES of five sovs. each, with 10 added, for horses of all ages.--

Two-mile heats. Eight subscribers.

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