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4 2 grave, by Filho da Puta, aged Mr. Guyther's b. h. Sailor, 5 yrs... 3 3 (Mr. White) 11 Mr. Wood's b. m. Maria, 6 yrs
2 dr. Mr. Wheeler's b. m. Fanny, by The Old FIELD STAKES of five sovs. each, with 30 added, for horses of all
ages.-Heats, twice round.-Five subscribers. Mr. Ormsby Gore's b. h. Hesperus, 4 yrs old, 7st. Illb......
2 2 by Hollyhock, aged, 9st. 5lb. (s. Mr. Haywood's b. g. Second, 3 yrs Darling) Il old, 8st. 101b.
3 dr. Mr. Charlton's ch. g. Constantine, A CAVALRY STAKES of five sovs. each, with a Cup value 20gs. added by Vise
count Clive, for horses not thorough-bred. --Two-mile heats. Mr. Bach's b. m. by All Dickey, Mr. Leake's b. m. by Master Henry, 3 2 5 yrs old, Ilst. 6lb...
1 1| Mr. Patrick's ch. g. Charles ..... 2 dr.
NEWMARKET JULY MEETING, 1828. MONDAY, July 7.-SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for three-year-olds :
- colts, 8st. 6lb. ; fillies, 8st. 3lb.--New T.Y.C.-Nine subscribers. Mr. Theakston's b. c. Jour des Noces, out of Miracle
2 by Blacklock, dam by Governor (F. Mr. Scott Stonehewer's ch. c. Kildare, Boyce)
by Regent ....
3 Mr. Udny's b. f. Sontag, by Woful,
The following also started but were not placed : Mr. Hunter's b. f. by Gustavus, out of of Olympia.....
0 Lord Exeter's br. f. Bessy, by Tramp, Mr. Walmsley's br. f. by Blacklock, out out of Bess.... Six to 4 on Kildare, 7 to 2 agst Jour des Noces, and 4 to 1 agst Sontag. Won by three
lengths. HANDICAP Stakes of 10 sovs. each, for three-year-olds and upwards.- New
T.Y.C. Mr. Houldsworth's b. f. Flush, by Mr. S. Stonehewer's ch. c. Kildare, 3 yrs Blacklock, out of Loo, 3 yrs old, 8st. old, 8st. 121b.....
2 llb. (W. Arnull)
Mr. Rogers's br. f. Scribe, 3 yrs, 7st. 9lb. 3 The following also started but were not placed : Lord Exeter's ro. f. Serenade, 4 yrs old, Mr. Greville's ch. c. by Merlin-Prue, 8st. 12lb.....
3 yrs old, 78t. 5lb..... Lord Sefton's bl. c. Juryman, 3 yrs old,
Lord Tavistock's ch. f. Luna, 3 yrs old, 8st. 5lb.
0 Seven to 2 agst Serenade, and 4 to 1 agst Flush. Won by a length. Renewal of the JULY STAKES of 50 sovs. each, 30 ft. for two-year-olds :
colts, 8st. 6lb. ; fillies, 8st. 41b.-New T.Y.C.-Twenty-nine subscribers. Lord Exeter's b. f. Green Mantle, Mr. Greville's b. f. Fancy, by Moses,
by Sultan, out of Redgauntlet's out of Favourite, by Blucher (Co-
02 The following also started but were not placed : Duke of Grafton's b. c. Artist, by Emi. Mr. Hunter's gr. c. by Gustavus, out of lius--Zeal.........
0. Lord Tavistock's br. c. by Orville-Ep. Mr. Meynell's b. f. by Gulliver, out of som Lass 0 Parma...
0 Mr. Wilson's b. f. by Cervantes--Jug- Mr. Payne's ro. f. by Skim-Miss Cragler's dam
0 ven's dam Mr. Udny's b. f. by Emilius, ont of An. General Grosvenor's ch. f. Shepherdess, tiope
0 by Strephon, out of Paradigm, by ParMr. Rogers's ch. c. St. Lawrence, by tisan Tiresias, out of Rivulet
0 | Mr. Wyndham's b. c. Brother to Twatty 0 Seven to 2 agst Fancy, 4 to 1 agst Artist, 7 to 1 agst Mr. Wilson's filly, and 8 to 1 agst
Greenmantle. After the dead heat, 7 to 4 on Fancy. Won by two lengths. TUESDAY, July 8.-FIFTY POUNDS :-for three-year-olds, 6st. 9lb.; four, st.; five, 8st. 81b.; six, 8st. 121b. ; and aged, 9st.-D. I.
Mr. Sowerby's b. c. Palemon, by Vam. Lord Southampton's b. c. Grampian, 3 pyre, out of Lady Henry, 3 yrs old
i Lord Exeter's b. h. Redgauntlet, 6 yrs... Mr. Scott Stonehewer's ch. c. Kildare, Mr. Harlock's ch. c. by Renovator-Ca3 yrs old ....
nidia, 3 yrs old.
5 Two to 1 agst Kildare, 6 to agst Grampian, and 3 to 1 agst Redgauntlet. Won by a
length RENEWAL of the SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each :-for three-year-olds, 6st.
91b. ; four, 8st. llb. ; five, 8st. 10lb. ; six, 9st.; and aged, 9st. Alb.
Amadis, out of Dervise's dam, 4 yrs Mr. Udny's b. f. by Partisan-Donna old (G. Edwards).....
Clara, 6 yrs old...
3 Mr. Rogers's bl. c. Coroner, by Magis
Seven to 4 agst Dæmon, and 2 to 1 agst Coroner. Won by two lengths. WEDNESDAY, July 9.-RENEWAL of the SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each :--for two-year-olds, 6st. lllb.; and three, Ist.-New T.Y.C.-Nine subscribers. Mr. Batson's gr. c. by Skim, out of Ce. Lord Verulam's ch. f. by Godolphin,
cilia, by Worthy, 3 yrs old (J. Day) 1 out of Vittoria, 2 yrs old... Mr. Rogers's b. f. by Orville or Walton, Duke of Grafton's b. f. Gem, by Wrang. out of Pipylina, 3 yrs old
2 ler, out of Coquette, 2 yrs old.. 4 Six to 4 agst Lord Verulam's filly, and 3 to 1 against Mr. Batson's colt. Won by a
length. Town Purse of 501. for three-year-olds :- colts, 8st. 4lb.: and fillies, 8st.
Last mile and a distance of B.C. Duke of Grafton's br. f. Turquoise, by Blacklock
Selim, out of Pope Joan (F. Buckle) i Mr. Bloss's b. f. by Blacklock, out of Mr. Houldsworth's b. f. Flush, by Miss Paul
3 Six to 4 agst Turquoise, 2 to 1 agst Mr. Bloss's filly, and 5 to 2 agst Flush. Won by
six lengths. HANDICAP STAKES of 10 sovs. each, for three-year-olds and upwards.-D.M.
Seven subscribers. Mr. Rogers's br. c. Medalist, by Tire. Lord Exeter's ro. f. Serenade, 4 yrs old, sias, out of Bronze, 3 yrs old, 7st. 5lb. 8st. 10lb...... (F. Buckle, jun.).
I Mr. Rush's b. c. by Merlin-Rhoda, 4 Mr. Batson's gr. e. by Skim-Cecilia, yrs old, 8st. 101b. 3 yrs old, 7st. 31b........
2 Mr. Houldsworth's b. f. Flush, 3 yrs Mr. Udny's b. f. Sontag, 3 yrs, 7st. Illb. 3 old, 8st.
6 Two to I agst Sontag, 3 to 2 agst Medallist, and 5 to 2 agst Mr. Batson's colt. Won
by two lengths. THURSDAY, July 10.-MATCH for 100, h. ft.-T.Y.C. Mr. Hunter's gr. c. by Gustavus, out of General Grosvenor's ch. f. Shepherdass, Pea-blossom, by Don Quixote, &st. 8st. 4lb.
2 (W. Arnull) ....
Even betting. Won by a length.
NEWCASTLE MEETING, 1828. MONDAY, July, 7.-PRODUCE Stakes of 50gs. each, h. ft. for three-year
olds.--Two miles. Fourteen subscribers. Colonel Cradock's b. c. Fox, by Whis. Syntax, out of Hartpury's dam,
ker, out of Torchbearer's dam, 8st. 41b. 8st. llb. (T. Lye)...
iLord Kelburne's gr. f. by Viscount, out Mr. Gascoigne's b. f. by Tramp-Cora, of Georgiana, by Wofül, 7st. 1llb. 4 7st. lllb..
2 Mr. Mason's br. f. by Waverley, out of Mr. Riddell's b. c. Rector, by Doctor Lancashire Witch, 7st. lllb........... 5 Five to 4 on Mr. Gascoigne's filly, 3 to 1 agst Rector, 3 to 1 agst Lord Kelburne's filly,
and the winner not mentioned.' Won easy.
The TYRO STAKES of 25 sovs. each, for two-year-olds :- colts, 8st. 4lb.; fil
lies, est.-T.Y.C.-Three quarters of a mile.--Nine subscribers. Dr. Stephenson's br. c. Voltaire, by dam by Eaton, out of Wing's dam... 2
Blacklock, out of Hartlepool's dar Sir E. Dodsworth's b. c. by St. Patrick (8. Templeman)
3 Mr. Riddell's ch. c. Zodiac, by Centaur,
The following also started but were not placed : Mr. Attwood's br. f. Panope, by Abjer, (bolted)...
0 out of Swinton's dam, by Shuttle 0 Mr. Golden's ch. f. by Whisker, out of Mr. Kay's b. c. Brother to Catterick Maiden Six to 4 agst Voltaire, 7 to 4 agst Sir E. Dodsworth's colt, and 7 to 2 agst Zodiac. Won
cleverly. The Second Year of a Renewal of the GosFORTH STAKES of 25 sovs. each, 10
ft. for horses of all ages.-Two miles.-Five subscribers. Mr. Riddell's br. f. Baroness, by Viscount, 3 yrs old, 6st. 71b. (J. Gray)... walked over.
TUESDAY, July 8.--SWEEPSTAKES of 25 sovs. each, 10 ft. for three-yearold fillies, 8st.-One mile.--Four subscribers. Lord Kelburne's b. by Blacklock, out Henry
of Marchesa, þy Comus (R. Johnson) 1 Mr. Biri's b. by Blacklock, out of Lady
3 Mr. Hudson's br. m. Lady Easby, aged, Mr. Benson's ch. h. Hemlock, by Holly12st............
hock, 6 yrs old, Ilst. 121b. ...............
4 Five to 2 on Springkell. Won easy. WEDNESDAY, July 1.-The NORTHUMBERLAND STAKES of 25 sovs. cach, with 50 added, for the second horse, for three-year-olds :-colts, 8st. 3lb.; fillies, 8st.-Once round, about a mile and three quarters. Mr. Darnell's br. c. Billy Messenger, Mr. Dowbiggin's b. c. Navarino, by
by Waverley, dam by Sancho, out of Whisker, out of Sister to Shuttle Pope, 3 Ringtail (s. Templeman)
1 | Lord Kelburne's b. f. by Blacklock, out Mr. Kaye's b. c. by Whisker, dam by of Marchesa Trophonius
2 The following also started but were not placed : Sir C. Monck's bl. c. by Blacklock.. Lady Frances..
Sir M. W. Ridley's gr. c. Duncan Gray, Mr. Birt's b. f. by Blacklock, out of by Grey Walton, out of Lucifer's dam, o Even betting on Mr. Kaye's colt, 3 to 1 agst Lord Kelburne's filly, 4 to 1 agst Nava.
rino, 5 to 1 agst Duncan Gray, and the winner not mentioned. A capital race. The Silver Cup, value 60gs. given by the Corporation of Newcastle, added
to a Sweepstakes of 5gs. each, for horses of all ages. — Two-mile heats.-
count, 3 yrs old, 6st. 1llb. (received
2 2 Two'to 1 on Robin Hood; after the heat 10 to'l on him. Won in a canter. MAIDEN PURSE of 501. for horses of all ages.-Heats, two miles and a
distance. Mr. Russell's ch. c. by Comus, out of Gonsalvi's dam, 3 yrs old, 6st. 10lb. (J. Gray).
0 2 1 1 Mr. Haworth's, b. f. by Minos, out of Minna's dam, 3 yrs old, 6st. 715. 0 1 2 2 Mr. Gascoigne's b. f. by Tramp, out of Trulla, 4 yrs old, 7st. Illb. 1 0 dr. Mr. Hodgson's b. m. by Stainborough, 5 yrs old, 8st. 41b.
0 dr. Mr. Loftus's b. f. by Alexander, 3 yrs old, 6st. 71b.
0 3 dr. Captain W. C. Smith's b. c. by Cervantes, out of Miss Paul, 4 yrs, 8st.... 20 dr. Two to 1 agst Mr. Gascoigne's filly, 5 to 2 agst Mr. Haworth's filly, and 7 to 2 agst
Mr. Russell's colt; after the first heat 7 to 4 agst Mr. Gascoigne's filly ; after the second heat 6 to 4 on Mr. Haworth's filly; after the third heat 4 to 1 on Mr. Russell's colto Won easy.
THURSDAY, July 10.-The GOLD CUP, value 100gs. by twelve subscrikers of 10gs. each, the surplus in specie, for horses of all ages.--Two miles. Mr. Golden's br. c. Robin Hood, by old, 8st. 101b.......
2 Blacklock, 4 yrs old, 7st. Illb. (J. Sir W. Milner's ch. c. Malek, 4 yrs old, Garbutt). 1 7at. Illb.....
3 Lord Kelburne's ch. h. Actæon, 6 yrs
The following also started but were not placed : Mr. Riddell's ch. c. Hartpury, 4 yrs old, Mr. Attwood's b. f. Dione, 4 yrs old, 7st. Illb..
7st. 8lb... Six to 4 agst Malek, 2 to 1 agst Robin Hood, and 3 to 1 agst Hartpury. Won very easy. The MEMBERS' Purse of 501. for horses of all ages.--Heats, two miles and a
distance. Mr. Dowbiggin's bl. m. Mary Ann,
3 2 by Blacklock, 5 yrs old, 8nt. Gst. (6. Sir J. Maxwell's ch. h. Springkell, Templeman)
2 3 Mr. Attwood's b. f. Dione, 4 yrs old,
Two to 1 on Springkell ; after the first heat, 5 to 1 on Mary Ann. Won easy. FRIDAY, July 11.-HANDICAP Purse of 501. for the beaten horses.Two-mile heats. Sir C. Monck's bl. c. by Blacklock, Captain Smith's b. c. by Cervantes, 4 dam by Hambletonian, 3 yrs old,
yrs old, 8st...
3 3 7st. (J. Gray):
1 1| Mr. Benson's ch. h. Hemlock, by Mr. Nudson's b. m. Lady Easby, Hollyhock, 6 yrs old, 8st. 5lb. (fell) 2 0 aged, 8st. 121b........
4 2 The INNKEEPERS' SUBSCRIPTION HANDICAP Purse, for the beaten horses,
&c. that never won 501.Two-mile heats. Mr. Hedley's b. f. Jessy, 4 yrs, 8st. 1 1 Mr. Benson's ch. h. Hemlock, 6 yrs Mr. Dunn's bl. m. Moll in the
3 4 W001, 8st. 7st.
2 2) Mr. Gardener's ch. m. 5 yrs, &st. 4lb. 4
BRIDGNORTH MEETING, 1828. TUESDAY, July 8.--FIFTY POUNDS, given by Thomas Whitmore, Esq.
for three and four-year olds.-Two-mile heats. Mr. Beardsworth's b. c. Pat, by Cervantes, 4 yrs old, 8st. 9lb. (W. Lear).. 1 2 1 Mr. Yates's ch. f. Mermaid, 3 yrs old, 70t. 31b.
2 1 2 Two to l on Mermaid. A good race. WEDNESDAY, July 9.-SWEEPSTAKES of 10gs. each, with 10 added, for horses of all
Two miles.---Five subscribers. Mr. Pickernell's b. m. Susan, by Man.
Mr. Beardsworth', b. c. Pat, 4 yrs, 8st. ? go, 6 yrs old, 8st. 13lb. (H. Arthur)... Three to 1 on Susan. Won casy. FIFTY Pounds, given by William Wolryche Whitmore, Esq. for horses of
all ages.-- Three-mile heats. Mr. Thorne's b. m. Forester Lass, by Filho da Puta, aged, 9st. 4lb. (S. Darling)...
3 1 1 Mr. Haywood's b. g. Second, 5 yrs old, 8st. 10lb.
1 2 2 Mr. Beardsworth's b. g. Loraine, 4 yrs old, 8st.
2 dr. Forester Lass the favorite. A capital race.
LANCASTER MEETING, 1828. TUESDAY, July 8.„SWEEPSTAKES of 20 sovs. each, h. ft. for fillies, &st.
2lb.-One mile and a quarter.-Four subscribers. Lord Derby's br. Manta, Sister to Ur. Mr. Clifton's ches. La Danseuse, by ganda, by Milo, dam by Sorcerer (W'. Blacklock
Even betting. Won easy.
The Town Purse of 501. for horses of all ages.-Two-mile heats. Mr. Serjeantson's b. c. Proteus, by Phantom, 3 yrs old, Est. 10lb. (J. Wilson) 1 0 ! Mr. Bradshaw's b. c. Splinter Bar, by Blacklock, 3 yrs old, 6ste 10lb. 0 1 8 Mr. Jackson's b. c. The Earl, 3 yrs old, 6st. 10lb......
0 2 2 Mr. Jacques'sch. m. Valentine, 5 yrs old, 8st. 41b... Lord (rosvenor's b. f. Equivoque, 4 yrs old, 7st. Illb..
2 0 dr. Lord Derby's br. f. Manta, 3 yrs old, 6st. 71b.
0 0 dr. Mr. Hornby's b. g. Fritz, 5 yrs old, 8st. 41b....
0 dr. Three to l agst Proteus. Won easy. WEDNESDAY, July 9.--The Gold Cup, value 100gs. added to a Sweepstakes of 10gs. each, for horses of all ages. Three miles. —Ten subscribers. Mr. Nowell's b. h. Longwaist, by Whalebone, aged, 8st. 121b............... walked over.
The Members' Purse of 501. for horses of all ages.— Two-mile heats. Mr. Margetson's br. c. by Comus, out old, 8st. 71b.
3 2 of Byram's dam, 4 yrs old, 8st. 71b. Mr. Serjeantson's b. c. Proteus, 3 (J.Jacques). 11 yrs old, 7st. llb...
2 dr. Lord Derby's b. c. Burlador, 4 yrs Even betting on Burlador. W'on easy.
THURSDAY, July 10.-SWEEPSTAKES of 25 sovs. each, h. ft. for horses of all ages.--Two-miles and a distance. Lord Derby's b. c. Murillo, by Magis. 7st. Ullb......
2 trate, out of Rosal'da, 4 yrs old, Pst. Mr. Wilkinson's ch. f. Duchess of Lan(G. Nelson)
caster, 4 yrs old, 7st. Illb.
3 Mr. Nowell's ch. f. by Comus, dam by Lord Grosvenor's br. f. Burlesque, 4 yrs Election, out of Fair Helen, 4 yrs old, old, 7st. lllb...
Six'to 4 agst Murilla. Won easy. SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, for hunters not thorough-bred, 12st.-Gentle
men riders.-Two miles. Seven subscribers. Mr. Hudson's b. m. Miracle, by Young Mr. Hopkinson's b. m. Harriet, 6 yrs, 2 Ardrossan, 5 yrs old (Owner).. 1 Mr. Painter's b. g. Fitzwilliam, aged ... 3
Six to 4 agst Miracle. Won easy.
3 1 1 Mr. Simpson's b. h. Young Comus, 5 yrs old, 9st. (received 101.)..
2 3 2 Lord Derby's b. c. Murillo, 4 yrs old, 8st. 21b.....
1 2 dr. Mr. Wetherill's b. g. by Phantom, 3 yrs old, 6st. 9lb..
4 dr. Six to 4 agst Young Coinus, 2 to lagst Murillo, and 3 to 1 agst Mr. Margetson's celt.
A good race.
GLAMORGANSHIRE MEETING, 1828. WEDNESDAY, July 9.-The GLAMORGANSHIRE STAKES of 25 sovg. each,
15 ft., and only five if declared, &c., with 100 added by the Town and
Corporation, for horses of all ages.—Ten subscribers. Mr. Day's b. g. Liston, by Ambo, Mr. Hickey's b. h. Hajji Baba, aged, aged, 9st. 21b. (G. Buast).. 1 1 8st. 121b......
4 8 Mr. Bacon's ch. h. Paul Jones, 5 yrs Mr. Pryse's ch. h. Doctor Eady, old, 8st. 101b. 2 2 aged, 8st. Illb.........
3 dr. The Purse of sol. for horses of all ages was not run for from want of horses.
THURSDAY, July 10.-SWEBPSTAKHS of 10 sovs. each. Five suba scribers. Mr. Pryse's ch. h. Doctor Eady, aged............
..walked over. The HANDICAP Purse of 50l. was not run for from want of horses,