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The Burton Constable Criterion Handicap Stakes of 20 sovs., added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sors. each; for all ages (two-year-old excepted); one mile and three quarters (six subscribers.

Mr. Megson's bl. c. Vitellius, three-years-old, 8 st. 2 lb. (Whiles)
Mr. E. H. Reynard's br. h. Lingcropper, aged, 7 st. 101b. (h.-b.)

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Mr. Barkworth's br. f. Lilis, by Cavendish, out of Miss Bradshaw, four-years-old,
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Mr. Metcalfe's b. m. Donna Maria, five-years-old, 8 st. (h.-b.)

Mr. Haworth's b. c. Spartacus, three-years-old, 6 st. 7 lb.

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The Scurry Stakes of 3 sovs. each, with 10 added; catch weights; one mile heats (7 subscribers)

Mr. Tranmer na. br. m. Margaret, by Margrave, aged (G. Styche)
Mr. Cooke's br. f. Water Lily, four-years-old

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Mr. Maister's Paracelsus, six-years-old
Mr. Simpson's b. g. Aggravator, aged (half-bred) and three others, also started.

EGLINTON PARK.

TUESDAY, May the 9th.-Mr. W. M. Alexander's b. g. Jock, by Jack Spigot, six-years-old (Capt. Williams) beat Ld. Cassillis's Oliver Twist (Major Campbell) 11 st. each; three miles, 1501., h. ft.

The Trial Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 20 added by the Club; three-years-old, 10 st. 2 lb.; four, 11 st. 4 lb. ; five, 11 st. 11 lb.; six, 12 st. 3lb.; and aged, 12 st. 6 lb.; the owner of the last paid the second horse's stake; half a mile (six subscribers.)

Ld. Eglinton's b. g. The Potentate, by Langar, aged (Capt. Pettat)
Mr. H. Johnstone's b. c. William le Gros, four years-old, (Owner)
Ld. Waterford's bl. c. Black Dwarf, four-years old, (Major Campbell)
Mr. Ramsay's ch. g. Zoroaster, aged (Capt. Williams)
Mr. Wardrope's bl. m. Martyrdom, five-years-old, (Owner)

Won by a neck.

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The Mæonidas Stakes of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 50 added by Claud Alexander, Esq., for horses not thorough-bred; three-year-olds, 9 st. 10 lb.; four, 11 st. 6 lb.; five, 12 st. 2 lb.; six, 12 st. 7 lb.; and aged, 12 st. 101b.; mares and geldings allowed 3 lb.; Scotch bred horses, 5 lb.; winners once of any Cup, Plate, or Stake of the value of 100l. to carry 4lb.; twice, 7 lb. extra; two miles (eight subscribers.)

Lord Maidstone's br. h. Wiverton, by Stapleton, six-years-old (owner)
Lord Waterford's ch. c. Firefly, four-years-old (Major Campbell)
Mr. Ramsay's ch. g. Binks the Bagman, six-years-old (Capt. Williams)
Colonel Thompson's Hamlet, aged (owner)

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The Irvine Cup by subscription of 10 sovs. each, with 50 added by the Inhabitants of Irvine, and 100 added by the Earl of Eglinton; four-year-olds, 11 st. 3 lbs.; five, 11 st. 12 lbs.; six, 12 st. 4 lbs.; and aged, 12 st. 7 lbs.; mares and geldings allowed 3 lbs.; once round and a distance; (fourteen subscribers.)

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Mr. Ramsay's b. m. The Shadow, by The Saddler, aged (Capt. Williams)
Lord Eglinton's Jamie Forest, six-years-old (Major Campbell)
Lord Eglinton's b. f. Blue Bonnet, four-years-old (Capt. Pettat)
Won by two lengths.

The Hunters' Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 50 added by the Club; five-year-olds, 11 st. 7 lbs. ;
six, 12 st. 4lbs.; and aged, 12 st. 10 lbs. ; two miles; (eight subscribers.)
Mr. Ramsay's ch. g. The Recorder, by Langar, aged (Capt. Williams)
Mr. Moore's b. g. Magic, five-years-old (owner)
Won in a canter.

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Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each, 5 ft., with 100 added by W. G. Macdowall, Esq., and Archibald Campbell, Esq.; three-year-olds, 9 st. 11 lbs.; four, 11 st. 5 lbs.; five, 12 st. 2lbs.; six, last. 7 lbs.; and aged, 12 st. 9 lbs.; mares and geldings allowed 4 lbs.; maiden four-year-olds, 3lbs. ; maiden five, and upwards, 6 lbs.; horses having run at Eglinton Park the previous year and not won, 8 lbs.; horses that have travelled 100 miles by sea, or otherwise than by van or railway in the month of April, 1843, 3 lbs.; horses entered subject to the condition of being sold, if demanded, for 200 guineas, 3 lbs.; 150 sovs., 5 lbs.; 100 sovs., 7 lbs.; 50 sovs., 10 lbs., over and above the other allowances; one mile and a quarter; (ten subscribers.)

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Mr. Ramsay's br. c. Moss Trooper, by Liverpool, four-years-old (Capt. Williams) 1 Lord Eglinton's The Potentate, aged (Major Campbell) Mr. H. Johnstone's William Le Gros, four-years-old (owner) Mr. Kennedy's br. g. by Catterick, dam by Young Pilgrim, aged (Capt. Pettat); Mr. Sandiland's Red Jacket (late St. Andrew) aged (Mr. Wardrope); Colonel Thomson's Nel on, five-yearsold (Captain Broadley); and Mr. Wellington's bl. g. Veteran, five-years-old (owner)—also started, but were not placed.

Won by a length.

The Weiter Stakes of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 30 added by the Club, 13 st. each; one mile; (four subscribers.)

Mr. Ramsay's Recorder, aged (Capt. Williams)

Mr. Boyd's Morgan Rattler, aged (owner)

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WEDNESDAY.-The Curraghmore Cup of 10 sovs. each, with 100 added by the Marquis of Waterford, for hunters, 12 st. 7 lbs. each; half-bred horses allowed 5 lbs.; two miles; (nine subscribers.)

Mr. Ramsay's ch. g. Zoroaster, by Priam, aged (Capt. Williams)
Lord Maidstone's br. g. Wiverton, six-years-old (owner)

Lord Waterford's b. h. Usurper, aged (owner)

Mr. Merry's br. m. Pussey, aged (Lord Drumlanrig)

Mr. Robertson's ch. g. A B C, by Dr. Syntax, aged (Mr. Wardrope)

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Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, for two-year-old colts, 8 st. 3 lbs.; and fillies, 8 st.; half a mile. Lord Eglinton's b. c. The Leech, by Physician, out of Octavia (Hutchison) Mr. Merry's br. f. Prudence, by Muley Moloch, out of Florentia (J. Holloway) Mr. Ramsay's b. f. Myrtle, by Vestment, out of Magdalene (W. Noble) Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 50 added by the Earl of Dunmore and Major Richardson; three-year-olds, 10 st. 4 lbs.; four, 11 st. 9 lbs.; five, 12 st. 5 lbs.; six, 12 st. 11 lbs.; and aged, 18 st.; mares and geldings allowed 31bs.; maiden horses, 5 lbs.; Scotch bred horses, 5lbs.; and half-bred horses, 7 lbs.; winners of any Cup, Plate, or Stakes of the value of 1001. during the previous year, to carry 7 lbs. extra; two miles; (sixteen subscribers.)

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Mr. Ramsay's br. c. Moss Trooper, four years (Capt. Williams) Lord Waterford's ch. c. Firefly, four-years-old (Mr. Moore) The Blythwood Handicap, a free handicap of 5 sovs. each, with 50 added by Archibald Campbell, Esq.; one mile and a half; (ten subscribers.)

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Lord Eglinton's b. g. The Potentate, aged, 11 st. 4 lbs. (Lord Wilton) Mr. W. M. Alexander's b. g. Jock, six-years-old, 10 st. 7 lb. (Mr. Moore) Mr. Ramsay's ch. g. Zoroaster, aged, 11 st. 8 lbs. (Capt. Williams) Colonel Thompson's ro. h. Nelson, five-years-old, 10 st. 6 lb. (Capt. Broadley); Lord Waterford's bl. c. Black Dwarf, four-years-old, 9 st. 12 lbs. (Major Campbell); Mr. J. Merry's b. g. Cable, four-years-old, 10 st. 7 lb. (Mr. Wardrope); and Lord Eglinton's br. h. Jamie Forest, sixyears-old, 11 st. 11lb. (Capt. Pettat)- also started, but were not placed.

Won by half a neck.

Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, with 50 added by Lord Saltoun; four-year-olds, 11 st. 3lb.; five, 11 st. 12 lb.; six, 12 st. 4 lb.; and aged, 12st. 71b.; horses that have come from Ireland within one month previous to the races, to be allowed 3lb.; the winner to be sold for 2001. if demanded, &c.; once round; (five subscribers.)

Mr. Johnstone's b. c. William Le Gros, by Velocipede, four years old (Lord Wilton) 1
Mr. Ramsay's ch. g. Recorder, aged (Capt. Williams)

Lord Waterford's Black Dwarf, four-years old (Mr. Moore)

Mr. Ramsay's ch. g. Clem-o'-the-Cleugh, aged (Mr. Wardrope)

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THURSDAY.-The Arndilly Stakes of 7 sovs. each, with 50 added by W. Grant McDowall, Esq., for hunters; four year olds, 11 st.; five, 11 st. 10 lbs. ; six, 12 st. 6 lb.; and aged, 12 st. 10 lbs.; a mile and a half; (seven subscribers.)

Lord Maidstone's br. g. Wiverton, six-years old (owner)
Lord Waterford's b. g. Blueskin, aged (owner)

Col. Thompson's b. g. Hamlet, aged (owner)

Mr. Moor's br. g. Knobstick, aged (owner)

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The Stewards' Cup, by subscription of 20 sovs. each, h. ft., and 5 if declared, &c., with 100 added by the Earl of Cassilis and John Campbell, Esq.; one mile and a half; (eighteen subscribers, ten of whom paid 5 sovs. each.)

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Mr. Johnstone's b. c. William Le Gros, four-years old, 10 st. 6lb. (Mr. Moore) Mr. Merry's b. c. Cable, four years old, 10 st. (Major Campbell) Mr. Ramsay's b. m. The Shadow, aged, 12 st. 7 lb. (Capt. Williams) Lord Eglinton's b. f. Blue Bonnet, four years old, 11 st. 4 lb. (Lord Wilton); and Mr. Alexander's br. g. Jock, six years old, 10 st. (Mr. Erskine)-also started, but were not placed.

Won by a neck.

The Atalanta Challenge Whip, added to a Handicap of 5 sovs. each, for horses the property of ladies, or that have been constantly in the habit of carrying ladies; a quarter of a mile; (six subscribers.)

Lady Scott's b. g. Harrier, by Beagle, aged, 10 st. 6 lb. (Mr. Moore)

Lady Waterford's bl. c. Black Dwarf, four years old, 19 st. 4lb. (Major Campbell)
Mrs. Ramsay's bl. m. Martyrdom, five years old, 9 st. 12 lb. (Mr. Wardrope)

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Lady Eglinton's ch. g. The Potentate, aged, 12 st. (Loid Wilton); and Miss Vigor's bl. g. Veteran, five years old, 9 st. 4lb. (Mr. Erskine)-also started, but were not placed.

A Forced Handicap of 7 sovs. each, with 20 added by the Club for winners; one mile and a half; (eight subscribers.)

Lord Eglinton's b. g. Potentate, aged, 10st. 5lb. (Lord Wilton)
Lord Maidstone's Wiverton, 6 years old, 10st. 7lb. (owner)
Mr. Merry's b. c. Cable, 4 years old, 10st. 1lb.

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A Free Handicap of 5 sovs. each, with 20 added by the Club, for the beaten horses; one mile.
Mr. Merry's Cable, by Sheet Anchor, four years old, 10st. 101b. (Major Campbell)
Lord Eglinton's Jamie Forest, six years old, 12st. (Lord Wilton)
Mr. Ramsay's Clem-o'-the-Cleugh, aged, 11st. 6lb. (Captain Williams)

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Mr. Alexander's b. g. Jock, six years old, 10st. 91b. (Mr. Erskine); and Lord Waterford's ch. c. Firefly, four years old, 10st. 8lb. (Mr. Moore)-also started, but were not placed.

Won by half a neck.

PLYMOUTH AND DEVONPORT SPRING MEETING.

WEDNESDAY, May 10th.-The Lyneham Stakes of 5 sovs. each, 2 ft., for horses bona fide the property of subscribers; the winner paid 5 sovs. to the fund, and the owner of the second horse saved his stake; heats once round and a distance; (forty-six subscribers).

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Mr. Lowe na. b. f. sister to Pulwaun, by Hindostan (half-bred) four years
old, 9st. 131b. (Mr. Scobell)

Sir W. Trelawny's b. m. Elf, by Hindostan (half-bred) five years old, 10st.
81b. (Mr. Onslow)

Mr. Everett's b. g. The Whip, by Rajah, out of Termagant, (half-bred) five
years old, 11st. 11lbs. (General Gilbert)

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Handicap Plate of 40 sovs.; heats, once round.

Mr. Scobell's b. f. Cayenne, by Confederate, four years old, 8st. 11lbs.
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Mr. Beresford's ch. f. Magpie (half-bred), 7st. 11lbs. ..

Mr. Downes's b. g. Definition, aged, 8st. 6lbs.

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Mr. Jones's ch. m. Fair Maid of Hants (half-bred) five years old, 7st. 12lbs.
Mr. Sivewright's b. g. Pioneer (half-bred) four years old, 8st. 12lbs. (carried
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General Gilbert's b. h. Northenden, aged, 9st. 12lbs.

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The Hurdle Stakes were won by Mr. Downes's ch, m. Norna (half-bred) aged, 12st. 5lbs., (owner) beating three others.

SHREWSBURY.

WEDNESDAY, May 10th.-The Whitehall Stakes of 10 sovs. each, with 20 added; three yearsold, 6st. 6lbs., four, 8st.; five, 8st. 10lbs.; six and aged, 8st. 12lbs.; a mile and a half; (four subscribers).

Captain Price's ch. h. Retriever, hy Recovery, aged, (carried Abs. over
weight). (Whitehouse)

Mr. Worthington's b. m. Collina, five years old, (Clarke)

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The Tankerville Stakes of (25 sovs. each, 15 ft., and five if declared, &c., with 50 added; the owner of the second horse received back his stake; two miles; (twenty-five subscribers, sixteen of whom paid five sovs. each).

Captain Price's ch. h. Retriever, aged, 9st. 8lbs. (Whitehouse).
Mr. Ongley's ch. g. Roderick, four years old, 7st. (Dodgson).

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Mr. Fox's br. m. Kitty Cockle, aged, 8st. 7lbs. (Marlow); Mr. King's b. f. Atalanta, four-yearsold, 7st. 7lbs. (Frances); Mr. Isaac Day's br. m. by Nimrod, out of Busk, aged, 7st. 9lbs. (Wakefield); and Mr. Collins's b. f. Norma, four-years-old, 7st. 1lbs. (Denman)-also started, but were not placed.

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The Innkeepers' Purse of 30 sovs. added to a Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each; three-years-old, 6st.; four, 8st.; five, 8st. 9lb.; six, 9st. 21b.; and aged, 9st. 5lbs. ; heats, a mile and a quarter. Mr. T. Arthur's ch. f. Miss Susan, by Bran, three years old, (Maiden) Mr. Fowler's b. g. The Duke, four years old. (Denman) Mr. Skerratt's b. m. Lydia, five years old, (Marlow) Mr. Worthington's br. c. Hooton, three years, (Clarke) Mr. Frost's b. c. by Lainbtonian, dam by Woful, three years old, (Copeland) Mr. Minor's b. m. Betty Baylock, five years old (broke down), (H. Darby) Captain Price's ch. h. Clinker, aged, (Whitehouse) THURSDAY.-The Column Stakes of 10 sovs. each, with 20 added,; for two-year-olds, 6st. 121b.; and three, 9st.; m. and g. allowed 21b.; about three quarters of a mile.

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Mr. A. W. Hill's br. c. Beaumont, by Marcian, dam by Mulatto, grandam by Ar-
drossan, two years old (S. Darling)..

Mr. Copeland's b. f. Noisette, three years old

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Mr. Platt's b. c. Retiarius, by Gladiator, out of Poissarde, two years old (Dodg-
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Mr. Frost's b. f. Black-eyed Susan, by Sheet Anchor, out of Medea, by Whisker,
three years old (owner)

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Her Majesty's Plate of 100 gs.; three-year-olds, 7st. 2lb.; four, 9st. 2lb.; five, 10st.; six and aged, 10st. 5lb.; three miles.

Mr. Collett's b. c. Cattonite, by Muley Moloch, four years old (Whitehouse)
Captain Berkeley's gr. h. Portrait, five years old

Portrait carried 5lb. under weight by mistake.

Mr. Tranter's ch. f. by Bran, out of Kalmia, four years old (Marlow)..

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The Shropshire Stakes of 20 sovs. each, h. ft.; for horses of all ages; two miles (three subscribers).

Captain Price's ch. h. Retriever, aged, walked over.

The County Members Plate of 60 sovs., the gift of the members for the Northern Division of the County; three-year-olds, 6st. 10lb.; four, 8st. 5lb.; five, 8st. 121b.; six and aged, 9st. 2lb.; m. and g. allowed 3lb.; heats, twice round and a distance.

Mr. B. Fowler's b. g. The Duke, by Sir Isaac, four years old (Den-
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Mr. Fox's b. m. Miss Kitty Cockle, aged (Marlow)..

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Mr. Killick's br. g. Henley, (half-bred), six years old (John Jones) 0 1 FRIDAY.-The Cleveland Stakes (handicap) of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., and 5 if declared, &c., with 30 added; the winner of the Tankerville or Queen's plate to have carried 5lb.; if both, 7lb. extra; about a mile and three quarters (thirteen subscribers, six of whom paid 5 sovs. each). Mr. Reeve's b. h. Cracksman, by Pickpocket, aged, 7st. (carried 7st. 4lb.) Wakefield) Captain Price's ch. h. Clinker, aged, 8st. (Whitehouse)

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Mr. King's b. f. Atalanta, four years old, 7st. 8lb. (Francis); Mr. Charlton's br. f. Nix ray Dolly, four years old, 6st. 8lb. (Copeland); Mr. Flintofl's b. f. The Rhine, three years old, 6st. 7lb. (Darling, jun.); and Mr. Wildman's b. f. Coheiress, three years old, 5st. 7lb. (maiden )— also started, but were not placed.

The Gold Cup, in specie, by subscription of 10 sovs. each; three year-olds, 6st. 101b.; four, 8st. 5lb.; five, 8st. 121b.; six and aged, 9st. 21b.; m. and g. allowed 31b.; the winner of the Queen's plate to have carried 5lb. extra; about two miles and a half (eleven subscribers).

Capt. Price's ch. h. Retriever, aged (Whitehouse)

Capt. Berkeley's gr. h. Portrait, five years old (Wakefield)..

Mr. Worthington's b. m. Collina, five years old (Marlow)
Mr. Raworth's Schoolboy, four years old (Bradley)

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The Salopian Stakes of 5 sovs, each, with 25 added; three-year-olds, 7st. 5lb.; four, 8st. 5lb.;

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Mr. Ongley's ch. g. Roderick, by Camel, four years old (Dodgson) Mr. Tranter's ch. f. by Bran, out of Kalmia, four years old (Marlow) Mr. Frost's b. f. Black-eyed Susan, three years old (Wakefield) The Borough Members' Plate of 60 sovs., the gift of the members for the Borough of Shrewsbury; weights as for the County Members' Plate, the winner of which to have carried 5lb. extra ; heats, twice round and a distance.

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Mr. J. Stanley's b. c. Pensive, by Despot, three years old (Copeland)
Mr. Isaac Day's m. by Nimrod, out of Busk, six years old (Wakefield) 1
Sir E. Baker's b. g. Montezuma, aged (H. Darling)
Mr. Flintoff's ch. f. Countess of Lichfield (Maiden)
Mr. Fowler's b. f. Sylph, four years old (Marlow)
Mr. Miner's b. c. Sinbad, three years old (Darling, jun.)
Mr. Worthington's br. c. Hooton, three years old (A. Clarke)

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NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING MEETING.

TUESDAY, May 16.-Colonel Peel's b. f. Zenobia, sister to Murat, by Slane (Nat) beat Ld. Kelburne's bl. f. by Velocipede, out of Miss Whip (W. Boyce), 8st. 4lb. each; T. Y. C., 200 sovs., h. ft. 3 to 1 on Zenobia. Won by ten lengths. Fifty Pounds for three-year-old colts, 8st. 71b.; and fillies, 8st. 4lb.; R. M. Gen. Yates's ch. c. Canton, by Cain (Nat)

Mr. Stephenson's b. f. by Gladiator, out of Elegance, (The Quack's dam) (Chap-
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Lord Exeter's b. c. Czar, brother to Cesarewitch (S. Mann); D. of Rutland's b. c. Hyrcanian, by Mundig, out of Tigress (Robinson); Mr. Ford's ch. f. Spiteful (F. Butler); Capt. Daintree's b. c. Mingo, brother to African (G. Edwards); Ld. Albemarle's b. c. The Brewer (Whitehouse); Ld. W. Powlett's b. f. Nelly (Bartholomew); and Lord Orford's b. c. Mallard (S. Rogers)-also started, but were not placed.

5 to 2 agst. Hyrcanian, 4 to 1 agst. Elegance f., 4 to 1 agst. Mallard, 5 to 1 agst. Spiteful, 10 to 1 agst. Mingo, and 10 to 1 agst. Canton. Won by a head.

Fifty pounds; for three-year-olds, 6st. 21b.; four, 8st.; five, 8st. 71b.; six and aged, 8st. 12lb.; T. M. M.; the winner to be sold for 200 sovs., if demanded, &c.

Ld. Albemarle's. b. c. Nuncio, by Plenipotentiary, four years old (Whitehouse).. 1
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Ld. Exeter's b. f. Aliena, sister to Celia, three years old (Cassidy)

Ld. Southampton's ch. f. by Oppidan, out of Cream, four years old (Nat)
Mr. Jackson's b. g. Lyster, aged (Boast)

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5 to 2 agst. Esop, 3 to 1 agst. Nuncio, and 4 to 1 agst. Aliena. Won by half a length. Mr. Payne's b. h. Escort, by Voltaire, five years old (Nat), beat D. of Beaufort's b. f. Rapture, four years old (G. Edwards) 8st. 4lb. each; T. Y. C., 100l., h. ft.

Even betting. Won by two lengths.

Ld. Kelburne's br. c. by Velocipede, out of Amulet, recd. ft. from Mr. Payne's b. c. Landseer, by Camel, out of Sketch, 8st. 71b. each; T. Y. C., 200, h. ft.

Mr. Gregory's ch. m. Una, by Glaucus, five years old, 8st. 71b., recd. 35 sovs. ft. from D. of Bedford's b.f. Eliza, four years old, 8st. 31b.; D. M., 100, h. ft.

WEDNESDAY.-Handicap Plate of 50 sovs. for three-year-olds and upwards; A. F.
Ld. Milltown's b. h. Fidhawn, by Delirium, or Sir Edward Codrington, five years
old, 6st. 7lb. (Dunn)

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Mr. Payne's b. h. Johnny, six years old, 9st. (Nat) Mr. Boyce's b. c. Corranna, four years old, 8st. 12lb. (W. Boyce); Mr. Biggs's ch. g. Eleus, four years old, 8st. 8lb. (J. Day, jun.); Mr. Stephenson's b. c. Ghuznee, four years old, 8st. (S. Mann); D. of Bedford's b. f. Eliza, four years old, 7st. 121b. (E. Edwards); Mr. W. Ridsdale's ch. c. Glendower, three years old, 6st. 121b. (R. Pettit); Mr. Bradford's b. f. Reciprocity, three years old, 6st. 101b. (J. Howlett); Col. Peel's b. c. Hartshorn, three years old, 6st. 71b. (Cassidy); and Mr. Batson's ch. c. Rowland, three years old, 6st. 4lb. (May)-also started, but were not placed. The following were drawn:-D. of Rutland's f. Allumette, three years old, 6st. 121b., and Capt. Rous's b. f. Lady Eleanor, three years old, 6st.

7 to 2 agst. Johnny, 5 to 1 agst. Coranna, 5 to 1 agst. Eleus, and 4 to 1 agst. Eliza. Won by a neck. The Suffolk Stakes of 15 sovs. each, and 5 if declared, &c., with 1001. added from the Town Racing-Fund; last mile and a half of R. C.; the owner of the second horse recd. 30 sovs. out of the stakes (twenty-three subscribers, fourteen of whom paid 5 sovs. each.)

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Col. Peel's b. h. I-am-not-aware, by Tranby, aged, 7st; (Chapple) Ld. Exeter's ch. c. Albion, four years old, 6st. 71b. (R. Pettit) Mr. John Day's br. h. St. Lawrence, six years old, 9st. (J. Day, jun.) Mr. Stephenson's b. f. Ma Mie, four years old, 8st. 2lb. (S. Mann) D. of Richmond's br. h. The Currier, aged, 8st. 4lb. (S. Rogers); Mr. Combe's b. f. Rosalind, four years old, 8st. 4lb. (Bartholomew); and Ld. Orford's ch. h. Y. Quo Minus, five years old, 7st. 71b. (Nat)-also started. but were not placed.

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3 to 1 agst. St. Lawrence, 7 to 2 agst. I-am-not-aware, 4 to 1 agst. Albion, 6 to 1 agst. Ma Mie, 7 to 1 agst. The Currier, and 10 to 1 agst. Rosalind. Won by a neck.

D. of Bedford's gr. h. Currycomb, by The Saddler, six years old, 9st. 1lb. (Robinson) beat Mr. Osbaldeston's br. g. The Devil among the Tailors, four years old, 8st. 7lb. (F. Butler); D. M.; 200, h. ft.

2 to 1 on Currycomb. Won by a length.

The Jockey Club Plate of 50%.; for four-year-olds, 7st. 21b.; five, 8st. 3lb.; six and aged, 8st. 91h.; the property of members of the Jockey Club; B. C.

D. of Bedford's ch. h. John o'Gaunt, by Taurus, five years old, walked over. THURSDAY.-Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each; for three-year-olds, 7st. 71b.; four, 8st. 9lb.; five

and upwards, 9st.; T. Y. C.; the winner to be sold for 200 sovs. if demanded, &c. (six subscribers).

Col. Peel's bl. h. Cameleon, by Camel, five years old (Nat)
Ld. Albemarle's b. c. Nuncio, four years old (Robinson)
Capt. Daintree's b. c. Mingo, three years old (E. Edwards)
Mr. Thornhill's ch. h. Eringo, five years old(Pettit).
Mr. W. Ridsdale's ch. c. Glendower, three years old (Bartholomew)

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7 to 4 agst. Eringo, 3 to 1 agst. Cameleon, 3 to 1 agst. Nuncio, and 6 to 5 on Eringo and Nuncio. Won by a length.

N.B.-The Whip was not challenged for in this meeting.

YORK SPRING MEETING.

TUESDAY, May the 16th.-Sweepstakes of 30 sovs. each, 10 ft.; for two-year-old colts, 8st. 71b.; and fillies, 8st. 2lb.; T. Y. C. (seven subscribers).

Mr. Scott's br. c. Kilgram, brother to Cattonite, by Muley Moloch (J. Holmes). 1
Mr. Osbaldeston's ch. f. sister to Martingale (J. Marson)
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Produce Stakes (reduced to a match) of 25 sovs. each, 15 ft.; for two-year-old colts, 8st. 7lb.; and fillies, 8st. 4lb.; T. Y. C.

Mr. Smith's b. c. Phoenician, by Muley Moloch, or Phoenix, out of Armelle's dam, walked over. Mr. H. W. Monkman's br. f. by Muley Moloch, out of Donna Maria's dam, four years old, beat Mr. Norfolk's br. h. by Voltaire, dam by Comus, six years old, ridden by the owners, two miles, 50 sovs.

5 to 4 on the winner. Won by two lengths.

The Heslington Stakes of 10 sovs. each; for two-year-olds, 6st. 101b.; and three, 8st. 10lb.; T. Y. C. (five subscribers).

Mr. Hesseltine's b. c. Burnby, by Muley Moloch, three years old (owner)..
Mr. Smallwood's bl. c. Prince Royal, by Voltaire, out of Valentine, by Soothsayer,
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Ld. Chesterfield's ch. f. Grace Harkaway, by Gladiator, out of Frailty, two years
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TUESDAY, May the 16th.-The East Surrey Stakes of 2 sovs. each, with 15 added; the winner to be sold for 701.; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake; heats, twice round and a distance.

Mr. Game's b. g. Little Vivian, by Priam, aged, 8st. 11lb. (F. Buckle)
Mr. Parr's b. f. Atê, four years old, 8st. 11h.

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Mr. Hackett's b. g. Star, by The King of Diamonds, dam by Mango, four years
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Mr. Land's b. m. Variety (late Little Nell), six years old, 9st. 21b Mr. Abel's b. g. Luther, aged, 8st. 111b.; Mr. G. Clifton's ch. g. Whalebone, aged, 9st. 21b.; Mr. Werninck's gr. g. Jim Crow, aged, 8st. 11lb.; Mr. Rogers's b. f. by Carew, dam by Lambtonian, out of Zingara, by Tramp, three years old, 6st. 11b.; Mr. Sopwell's b. g. Charlatan, aged, 9st. 2lb.; Mr. Knowles's b. f. Dart, four years old, 8st. 71b.; and six others-also started.

The Rosemary Stakes of 3 sovs. each, with 20 added; the owner of the second horse reed. back his stake, was won, at three heats, by

Mr. Shepherd's ch. c. by Ascot, dam by Confederate, out of Clinkerina, four years old, 8st. 7lb. (owner), beating Mr. Woodcock's b. h. Eolian, five years old, 9st.; Mr. Knowles's b. f. Dart, four years old, 8st. 21b.; and two others.

Hunters' Stakes of 2 sovs, each, with 15 added; the winner to be sold for 601.; the owner of the second horse recd. back his stake; heats, twice round and a distance, over eight hurdles (10 subscribers), was won, at two heats, by

Mr. Langridge's ch. g. Ace of Diamonds, six years old, 10st. 71b. (Drewett), beating Mr. Nurton's b. m. Gorsebush, aged, 10st.; Mr. Land's b. m. Romp, 10st. 71b.; and six others. WEDNESDAY.-The Peckham Stakes of 2 sovs. each, with 15 added; the owner of the second horse saved his stake; the winner to be sold for 807.; heats.

Mr. Knowles's b. f. Dart, by Detonator, four years old, 8st. 101b. (Parr)
Mr. Isidore's b. m. Affection, five years old, 9st. 6lb.
Mr. Abel's b. g. Luther, aged, 10st.

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Mr. Werninck's gr. g. Jim Crow, aged, 10st.; Mr. Land's b. m. Variety, six years old, 10st.; Mr. Clifton's ch. g. Whalebone, aged, 10st.; and two others--also started.

The Tally-ho Stakes of 2 sovs. each, with 15 added; the owner of the second horse saved his stake, the winner to be soid for 100.; heats, twice round and a distance, over eight hurdles (G subscribers) was won, at two heats, by

Mr. Armstrong's ch. g. Bonnet Rouge, by Langar, 11st. (owner) beating Romp, Ace of Diamonds, Gorsebush, and Charlatan.

The Albert Plate of 20 sovs, for the beaten horses of the meeting; heats.

Mr. Isidore's b. m. Affection, five years old, 8st. 11lb.
Mr. Rogers's b. f. by Carew, three years old, 6st. 11lb.

Mr. Hackett's b. g. Star, by King of Diamonds, four years old, 9st. (Owner)
Mr. Parr's Até, four years old, 8st. lb.

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Variety, six years old, 9st. 21b.; Charlatan, aged, 9st. 2lb.; Jim Crow, aged, 8st. 111b.; Æolian, five years old, 9st.; and two others-also started for both heats.

TAVISTOCK.

WEDNESDAY, May the 17th.-The Tavistock Stakes of 5 sovs. each, 2 ft. with 22 sovs. added; heats, two miles; the owner of the second horse saved his stake (7 subscribers). Mr. Scobell's b. f. Cayenne, by Confederate, four yrs. old, 9st. 2lb. (C. Blanton)

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