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Mr. Simpson's b. h. Young Comus, 5 yrs old, 8st. Illb. (recd. 101. )..........! Mr. Margetson's br. c. by Comus, yrs old, &st. 71b.

0 3 dr. Mr. Dunn's b. f. Brenda, 4 yrs old, 1st. 131b...

2 dr. Mr. Hodgson's b. f. Emerald, 3 yrs old, 6st. 121b.....

0 dr. Seven to 4 agst Mr. Margetson's colt; after the first heat 6 to 4 agst Young Comus ; after the second heat even betting between Clinton and Young Comus. W on easy.

........

KNUTSFORD MEETING, 1928. TUESDAY, July 29.-- PRODUCE STAKES

of 50 sovs. each, h. ft. for threeyear-olds. Two miles.-Six subscribers. Lord Grosvenor's b. c. Olympus, by ral Mina's dam, 8st. 2/b.

2 Blacklock, out of Michaelmas, 8st. 216. Lord Grosvenor's b. f. Niagara, by (S. Darling),

1 Blacklock Passamaquoddi, 7st. 1316. 3 Sir T. Stanley's b. f. by Tramp-Gene.

Six to 4 agst Sir T. Stanley's filly. Won easy, The Gold Cup, value 100 sovs. added to a Sweepstakes of 10 Boys. each, for

all ages. Three miles.-The Cup not given, if walked over for. Mr. Nowell's b. h. Longwaist, by Whalebone, aged, 9st. .....................

walked over. A MAIDEN PURSE of 50l. for horses that never won that value (Matches and

Sweepstakes excepted).-Two-mile heats. Ljord Derby's br. c. Necromancer, old, 7st. 9lb...........

2 2 by Milo, 4 yrs old, 7st. 121b. (R. Sir T. Stanley's br. c. by Filho da Johnson

11 Puta, out of Maid of Milan, 3 yrs Sir W. Wynne's b. f. Sabrina, 4 yrs old, 6st. 101b.

3 3 Five to 4 on Necromancer.' Won easy. WEDNESDAY, July 30.-The PEOVER STAKES of 10 savs, each, for all ages.-Once round and a distance.-Nine subscribers. Sir T. Stanley's br. h. Doctor Faustus, Mr. Thompson's br. g. Orthodox, aged, 6 yrs old, 9št. (S. Templeman)

Three to 1 on Dr. Faustus. Won in a canter. The WELTER STAKES of 15 sovs. each, for all horses, &c. 10st. 10lb. each.

Two miles.--Six subscribers, Str T. Stanley's ch. h. Grenadier, aged............

walked over. Match for 50 sovs. each, 7st. 7lb. each. One mile. Mr. Thompson's bl. 5. Oliver Snape, by Aladdin, aged (C. Skelton)....

Mr. T. F. Dearden's b. m. Miss Tramp, il

aged... Seyen to 4 on Oliver Snape. Won easy. SWEEPSTAKES of five sovs. each, with 40 added, for three and four-year-olds.

Heats, one mile and a half.
Sir W. Wynne's b. f. Sabrina, by Mr. Thompson's b. g. Langton, 4
Hobgoblin, 4 yrs old, 8st. 416. yrs old, 8st. 4lb....

3 3 (W. Lear)

1 1 Sir T. Stanley's

gr. c. by The Mar. Lord Derby's b. c. Burlador, 4 yrs shall, 8 yrs old, 7st. 5lb........

4 dr. old, 8st. 11b......

2 2 Six to 4 agst Burlador, and 5 to 2 agst Sabrina. Easy. A SILVER Cup, value 501. given by Lord Grey, for horses belonging to the

King's Regiment of Cheshire Yeomanry Cavalry.-Two-mile heats. Mr. Millar's b. g. Cheshire Cheese, Mr. Palin's ch. f. Miss Sutton, 4 6 yrs old, 12st. (Heath) 11 yrs old, 10st. 9lb........

2 dr. Mr. Griffin's b. g. Little John, 4 Mr. Ditchfield's ch. m. Sophia, 5 yrs yrs old, 10st. gib. 02 old, Ilst. 4lb. ....

0 dr. The following also started but were not placed : Mr. Beswick's b. m. Creeping Jenny, old, 10st. 9lb.

aged, 12st Mr. Briscoe's b. f. Atalanta, 4 yrs

0 Mr. Hough's b. m. Maid of Beston,

aged, 12st..... old, 10st. 9lb.

0 Mr. Wood's gr. g. Alderman, 6 yrs Mr. Burgess's b. f. Do-little, 4 yrs

0 THURSDAY, July 31.-ŞIXTY POUNDS, for horses of all ages. Heats, wo miles and a distance.

old, 12st.

...

Mr. R. Turner's b. c. Clinton,!by Blacklock, 3 yrs old, 6st. 121b. (W. Lear) 3 ! ! Sir T. Stanley's Grenadier, aged, 9st. 3lb...

1 3 2 Mr. Hodgson's br. f. Emerald, 3 yrs old, 6st. 9lb..

4 4 3 Lord Derby's br. c. Necromancer, 4 yrs old, 8st...

2 2 dr. Even betting on Grenadier, and 2 to 1 agst Clinton. A good race. The TATTON PARK STAKES of 25 sovs. each, for three-year-olds. Two

miles.--Three subscribers. Sir T. Stanley's ch. c. Herbert Lacy, by Sir Oliver, 8st. 51b.............. walked over. A Cup, value 50 sovs. given by Captain W. T. Egerton, for horses, &c. which

have been beaten in running for Lieutenant-Colonel Grey's Cup, the day previous.--Two-mile heats. Mr. Palin's ch. f. Miss Sutton, 4 yrs old, 10st. 9lb. (Heath) ...... 0 1 1 Mr. Beswick's b. m. Creeping Jenny, aged, 12 st...................................

1 2 2 Mr. Briscoe's b. f. Atalanta, 4 yrs old, 10st. 9lb.

0 0 dr. Mr. Hough's b. m. Maid of Bexton, 6 yrs old, 12st. ...............................

0 0 dr. Mr. Griffin's b. g. Little John, 4 yrs old, 10st. 9lb.

0 dr. Mr. Ditchfield's ch. m. Sophia, 5 yrs old, llst. 4lb.

0 dr.

WORCESTER MEETING, 1828. TUESDAY, July 29.-The WORCESTERSHIRE STAKES, of 20 sovs. each,

h. ft., and only five if declared, &c. for horses of all ages.-Two miles. Mr. Pickervedis.be: 7.v.Sus.ma de Mans / Modi estenden's b. c. Trumpeter, 4. yes

2 Six subscribers paid ten sovs. each, and four others having declared by the time pre

scribed paid only five sovs. each. Three to l on Trumpeter. Won cleverly, PRODUCE STAKES of 25 sovs. each, h, ft. for half-bred three-year-olds.-Two

miles. Five subscribers. Mr. Pickernell's b. c. Eastgrove, by Woodman-Shuttle, 8st. 71b............ walked over. SWEEPSTAKES of 25 sovs. each, h. ft. for three-year-olds.--One mile and a

quarter.-Three subscribers. Mr. Charlton's b. c. Macassar, by Hedley..........

........walked over. The City MEMBERS' PURSE of 501. added to a Sweepstakes of five sovs. each,

for horses of all ages. Two-mile heats.-Seven subscribers. Mr. Thorne's br. m. Forester Lass, by Filho da Puta, aged, 8st. 131b. (T. Whitehouse)

.............................. 11 Mr. Wood's br. m. Rosario, aged, 8st. 13lb.

1 2 2 Mr. Crouch's b. c. Albatross, 4 yrs old, 7st. 121b......

2 3 dr. Mr. Pickernell's b. f. Miss Eversley, 4 yrs old, 7st. 9lb.............................. 3 dr. Mr. Pickernell's br. h. Zamiel, 5 yrs old, 8st. 71b.

4 dr. WEDNESDAY, July 30.-SWEEPSTAKES of 10 sovs. each, with 30 added, for horses of all ages.-Two miles.-Six subscribers. Mr. Thorne's b. m. Maid of Mansfield, Mr. Pickernell's b. m. Susan, 6 yrs old, by Filho da Puta, 6 yrs old, 8st. 10lb. 8st. 101b..

3 (T. Whitehouse)

1 | Mr. Peel's b. g. Gazebo, 5 yrs old, 8st. Mr. Geary's br. m. Arachne, 6 yrs old, 6lb.

4 8st. 1016......

Six to 4 agst Susan, and 6 to 1 agst Mansfield Lass. A good race, won by a head. The GOLD CUP, value 100 sovs. by 13 subscribers of 10 sovs. each, the surplus

in specie, for horses of all ages.--Four miles. Mr. Mytton's ch. g Euphrates, by old, 8st.

2 Quiz, aged, 9st. llb.(T. Whitehouse) i Mr. Geary's br. m. Arachne, 6 yrs old, Mr. Haffenden's b. c. Trumpeter, 4 yrs 8st. 121b.

3 Even betting on Trumpeter. A good race, won by a length. PRODUCE STAKES of 25 sovs. each, with 30 added, for three-year-olds. One

mile and a quarter.- Four subscribers. Mr. Mytton's b. c. Halston, by Banker, out of Olivetta, 8st. 71b............walked ovet.

......

1

HANDICAP STAKES of five sovs. each, with 30 added, for horses of all ages.

Heats, one mile and a half.
Mr. J. H. Peel's g. Gazebo, by Mr. Pickernell's br. h. Zamiel, 5 yrs
Ardrossan, 6 yrs old, 8st. 21b........ 1 1 old, 8st. 71b.

3 3
Mr. Thorne's br. m. Forester Lass, Mr. Pickernell's b. f. Miss Eversley,
aged, 9st. 3lb.

4 2 4 yrs old, 8st.................. 2 dr. HUNTERS' STAKES of five sovs. each, with 50 added by the County Members.

Four-mile heats.-Four subscribers.
Mr. Pain's br. m. by Astrologer, 5 Mr. Rickard's br. m. 6 yrs old, Ilst.
yrs old, 1lst. 3lb. (Mr. Bloxsidge) 1

illb.
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2 2

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CHELMSFORD MEETING, 1828.
TUESDAY, July 29.-The King's PURSE of 100gs. for mares of all ages.com

Two-mile heats.
Mr. Day's b. f. Trample,

by Tramp,

Lord Exeter's ro. f. Serenade, 4 yrs 3 yrs old, 7st. 21b.(A. Pavis) 1 1 old, 8st. 5lb..

33 Lord Tavistock's ch. m. Leeway, 5 Mr. Rush's b. f. by Skim, 3 yrs old, yrs old, 8st. 13lb............... 4 2 7st. 21b..........

2 dr. WEDNESDAY, July 30.-The County Cup STAKES of 10 sovs. each, for horses of all ages.--Three miles.-Ten subscribers. Lord Brabazon's ch. h. The Vicar, by yrs old, 8st. 71b.......

3 Master Goodall, 5 yrs old, 9st. 21b. (A. Mr. Rush's b. c. by Merlin-Romp, 3 Pavis)..

1

yrs old, 7st. 21b.. Lord Távistock's br. C. Dæmon, 4 yrs Lord Exeter's ro. f. Serenade, 4 yrs old, old, 8st. 71b. 2 8st. 4lb.

5 Mr. Rush's b. c. by Merlin-Rhoda, 4

The Town Purse of 60l. for all ages.- Two-mile heats. Mr. G. Edwards's gr. c. Glory, by

3 yrs old, 7st......

2 2 Skim, out of Cecilia, 3 yrs old,

1

Mr. Theobald's ch. f. Palm, 3 yrs old, 7st. 31b. (A. Pavis)..

1 ]
7st............

3 3 Mr. Rush's b. f. by Skim---Pentagon, HUNTERS' STAKES of five sovs. each, for mares and geldings, not thorough

bred :-five-year-olds, 11st. 9lb. ; six and aged, 12st. Heats, once round. Twenty-four subscribers. Mr. R. Willis's ch. g. Chance 11 aged

2 3 Mr. J. Skingley's br. m. Squills, 6 Mr.Jenkins's ch.m. Deception aged, 3.4 4 2 Mr. White's b. m. Molly, aged

dis. Mr. R. Newman's b. m. Agatha,

THURSDAY, July 31.-FIFTY POUNDS, for all ages.-Heats, once round and a distance. Lord Tavistock's br. C. Dæmon, by Mr. Richmond's b. g. Scaramouch, 5 Amadis, 4 yrs old, 8st. 71b. (G. yrs old, 8st. 121b........................

2 dr. Edwards).

1 1 SWEEPSTAKES of five sovs. with 25 added, for all ages. Heats, the New Mile.

The winner to be sold for 200gs. if demanded, &c. The owner of the second

horse withdrew his stake.-Seven subscribers. Mr. G. Edwards's gr. c. Glory, by Mr. Rush's br. c. by Merlin--Romp, Skim, out of Cecilia, 3 yrs old, 78t.

yrs old, 7st. 5lb.

2 2 5lb. (Grantham).................. 1 il Mr. Vidall's Blue Pill, aged, 9st. Əlb. 3 3 SWEEPSTAKES of three sevs. each, with 41 added, for the beaten horses.

Heats, the New Mile.
Mr. Rush's b. f. by Skim, out of Pen. 7st. 21b...........

2 2 tagon, 3 yrs, 7st. 21b. (Robinson)... 1 1 Mr. Richmond's g. Ssaramouch, 5 Mr. Theobald's ch. f. Palm, 3 yrs,

yrs old, 8st. lllb.

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INDEX

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:

INDE X.

man, 231.

on, 384.

AWICE to young Ashermen, 6. to

Brussels races, 399.
young sportsmen, 373.

Buck-hounds, Mr. Pleydell's, a run with,
Aislabie, Mr. his devotion to cricket, 339. 69. at the Herts Woodlands, 228.
Alopex, Western, Esq. extracts from his Bulteel, J. C. esq. the “Squire of Fleet,"
journal, 21.

440.
Amateur Rowing matches, 175, 250, 321, Cadland, pedigree and performances of,
387.

201.
American horses and coaching, remarks Calcutta hunt, celebrated riders in the, 359.
on, 384.

Calvert, John, esq. Master of the Herts
Anecdotes--Mr. Wise. 17. Mr. Warde, hounds, 225, 232.

19. A Dandy at the covert's side, 42. Cambridge parties described, 116. gam.
Tom Hubbard, 233. pugilistic of Mr. bling at, 379. character of the trades.
Fuller, 236. Mr. Shoyer, 272. Tom men of, 31, 380.
Hills, ib. Ludicrous one at game of Capped Hocks, discussions upon, 119, 152,
Golf, 293. of Mr. Hanbury, 3ll. the 250.
Patriot Brighton coach, 409.

Cartridge, patent shot, 196.
Angling Excursion in North Wales, con- Chapman, Mr. John, an excellent sports,

cluded, 25.
Animal question, reply to " Greybeard" Chase, the, 69, 194.
On the, 382.

Cheltenham races, 259.
Anson, the Hon. G. his pigeon-shooting Clarence Yacht Club, rules, &c. for regu.
match with Mr. Osbaldeston, 261,325.

lating, 253.
ANSTY, his hunting tour in Hertford. Coaches and Coachmen on the Brighton
shire, 34, 123, 225, 308.

road, 406.
Aquatic Sports, details of, 174, 197, 250, Cocking, 70, 197, 260, 326, 391. at York,

256, 321, 386. Letter from " A Wa. 222. a brief history of from early rem
terman"

cords, 176.
Arabians in India, remarks on, 302, 404. Colonel, The, his performances previous to
Archers, meetings of, 327, 391.

the Leger, 377.
Ascot Heath First Meeting, 202. Second, Condition of Hunters, by Nimrod, 139.-

259. origin and account of the history Subjects treated of apoplexy, 142.
of, 299.

broken wind, 143. bangs and blows,
Ashdown Park Coursing Rules, 138.

144. broken knees, ib. blisters, 145.
Baird, Mr. of Newbyth, brief memoir of, blindness, 146. blood vessels, 149.
266.

bleeding, ib. curbs, 15l. corns, 152.
Barnes, a moderate pull taken by, 31. capped hocks, ib. castration, 153. crib.
Barwick, George, huntsman to the Hert- biting, ib. catarrh, ib. colic, 154. coat
fordshire hounds, 31, 311.

and clipping, 156. cutting legs, 209.
Battues, their destruction of fox-hunting distemper, ib. diseases hereditary, ib.
exemplified, 39.

docking, 210. diuretics, 211. fever,
Baxter, superiority of his saddles, 380. 213. farcy, ib. foot lameness, 273, 346,
Beauclerk, Lord Frederick, his character 417. glanders, 214. grease, 215. 'hu-
as a sportsman, 237.

mours, 216. inflammation, 217.
Bell, Mr. an excellent sportsman, with Conyers, Mr. his hunt in the Roothings, 117.

extracts from his journal, 39, 124, 134. Correspondents, notices to, 72, 200, 264,
Bessy Bedlam, determination of Colonel 328, 392, 448.

King respecting offer of purchase of Country Gentleman of the present day de-
by the King, 260. print of, 327. her scribed, 158.

performances previous to the Leger, 377. Coursing Rules for general guidance, 138.
Bettings at Tattersall's, 7, 80, 207, 324, Coursing Meeting at Ilsley, remarks on,
376, 400.

7. at Louth, 24, 342.
Bleak Hall, near Chingford, description Crib-biting cured, 398.
of, 112.

Cricket matches, &c. with observations on
Boar, hunting of the in India, 317.

the game, 120, 197, 260, 326. with
Boating at Cambridge, 117.

Sussex and Marylebone, 337. with Suf.
Bordeaux, run with hounds at, 160.

folk and Marylebone, 339. at Darnal,
Boulogne, Sunday evening's amusements with Marylebone and counties of York,

Notts, and Leicester, 431. laws of the
Brighton road, remarks on the, 405.

Marylebone Club, 121, 175.
VOL. XXIÍ, N. S.No. 133.

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at, 166.

190.

Croft, Mr. the trainer, biography of, 319. Great coats, hints to prevent the stealing
Curiosity at Bristol, 392.

of from gigs and coach boxes, 369.
Darvill,' his history of the English race- Guns, trial of, 196. improvements in,
horse, &c. 183.

445.
Devon Hunting Song, 440.

Gurney, Mr. R. a welter-weight, his skill
Dhooly Khan, å Tatar Chief, his hospita. as a fox-hunter, 31, 312.

lity to strangers, 317. a hunting excur. Hadham Park, morsel of singularity at,
sion with, 344.

316.
Dog-biscuits (Smith's) strongly recom- Haigh, Mr. master of the Surrey hounds,
mended, 250.

a true lover of fox-hunting, 271, 410.
Dog-language, advice as to its proper pro. Hanbury, Mr. a popular master of hounds,
nunciation, 373.

31, 35. his devotion to fox-hunting, 310.
Dogs, remedy for the cure of Distemper Harriers, on the ill-will shewn to owners
in, 371.

and followers of, by masters of fox.
Doncaster races, 393.

hounds, 307.
Dream, a fox-hunter's, 318.

Hawking, a treatise on, by Sir J. Se.
East Sussex hounds, a few days' sport bright, 293.
with, 118.

Hertfordshire hunt, its history, country,
Eclipse, pedigree, performances, and pro. character, &c. in a series of letters, 34,
geny of, 295, 361.

123, 225, 308. extract from old hunting
Edinburgh Six-feet Club, proceedings at, journal of run with, 381. popular riders
172.

in, 32, 38, 133, 231, 316.
Egremont, Lord, eulogy on, 445.

Highflyer Hall, a visit to, 131.
English, alteration in the character of the, Highland Shooting Club, proposals for
243.

establishing, 53.
English blood-horse, superiority of, 370, Hills, Thomas, anecdote of, 272.
399.

Horses in a storm, 1.
Epsom races, 74, 444.

India, remarks on Arabians and racing in,
Equestrianism, 392.

302, 404. riders In Calcutta hunt, 359.
Exhibition, sporting subjects in the, 166, Instinct, animal, extraordinary instance

of, 227
Fair Play Club, established to support Institution, sporting, hints for forming a,
boxing, 447.

161.
Fishermen, advice to young, 6.

Jolliffe, Colonel, a peep at his hounds,
Fleur-de-Lis, print of, 327.

118. a visit to his kennel, 269, 410.
Foot-lameness, by NIMROD, 273, 346, Irish steeple chase, 5l.

417. letter from a Sporting Baronet on Kennel visits, 269.
proper position of the shoe, 289.

King, Colonel, his determination to start
Forester, Lord, his death and character as Bessy Bedlám, 260.
a sportsman, 224.

Leeds, Mr. J. an elegant horseman, 30.
Fox.chases extraordinary, 40, 125, 230, Hopping extraordinary, 262.
312, 314, 316, 435.

Horne, Mr. the celebrated coach proprie-
Foxes, alarming plunder of, 50. the sys- tor, death of, 439.

tem of purchasing deprecated, 189. the Horse kept in a cellar through the winter,
subject discussed, and a remedy pro- 392.
posed, 239.

Horse-shoe, on the proper position of, by
Fox-hounds, the Bourdeaux, 160. new a Sporting Baronet, 289.

pack established in North Somerset, 225. Horses, glancered, on legality of de-
Fox-hunter's dream, 318.

stroying them, 328. lameness in the
Fuller, Mr. pugilistic anecdote of, 236. feet of, 43, 273, 346, 417. on pass-
Gambling at Cambridge, not practised by ing" them to purchasers, 111. on exa.
hunting men, 379.

mining them before purchase, 305. im.
Game, state of in Scotland, 316. the pre- perfection in, under title Shirerer, de-
sent season, 430.

scribed, 328.
Game bag, a new, 445.

Horses' feet, moisture injurious to, 363.
Game cock, the, a brief history of from pedigrees of first-rate, 412.
early records, 176.

Howell Wood, a celebrated hunting soug,
Game Laws, by “No Poacher," a series 12.

of letters on the, 54, 81. discussion on Hubbard, Tom, a celebrated huntsman,
the, 47.

125, 229.
Game preserves, the bane of fox-hunting, Hunters, condition of, by NIMROD (see
46.

Condition ), 139, 209. sales of, 70, 194,
Garforth, the late Mr. his sporting career 325, 445. breeding of. 445.
and stud, 190.

Hunting at Cambı idge, 30.
Glandered horses, on the legality of de. Jacob, Mr. Robert, a line old sportsman
stroying, 328.

and singular character, 124.
Gold cups at Ascot, winners of, 301. Jackson, John, an excellent jockey, 320.
Golf, description of the game of, 291, fue Ilsley (West) coursing meeting, remarka

dicrous racedete at, 303,

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