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2 to 1 against Ellermire, 5 to 1 against Dame Judith, 6 to 1 against Little Davie, and 7 to 1 against Neoptolemus. Won by a length, a head between the second and third.

WednesDAY.—The HELTER SKELTER HANDICAP of 5 sovs. each, with 30 added; the second recd. 10 sovs.; half a mile (12 subs.) Mr. Parker's b. c. Teddy, by Poynton, 3 yrs., 5st. 10lb. (Fordham)

1 Capt. Christie's b. b. Defiance, 6 yrs., 8st. 10lb. (W. White) Mr. Adkins's br. c. Titormus, 4 yrs., 7st. (J. Forster)

Mr. Percival's br. f. Janet Pride, 3 yrs., 6st. 3lb. (Quinton) · Mr. H. Lane's ch. h. Humboldt, 5 yrs., 8st. 3lb. (Wells); Mr. Morris's b. h. Corio, 5 yrs,

8st. 3lb. (Basham); Mıs. Osbaldeston's br. c. Claret, 4 yrs., 7st. 8lb. (H. Steggles); Mr.

J. Osborne's br. c. Alfred, 3 yrs., 6st. 10lb. (Challoner); Mr. Whittaker's b. f. Chère Petite, 3 yrs., 5st. 101b. (Ducker); Mr. C. Peck's b. f. Princess Eugenie, 2 yos., 4st. 6lb.

(J. Snowden), also ran. 3 to 1 against Titormus, 4 to 1 against Teddy, and 6 to 1 against any other. Won by a length, the same between the second and third, and a head between the third and fourth. White, Basham, Quinton, and Fordham were fined £5 each for disobeying the Scarter's orders.

Her MAJESTY'S PLATE of 100gs.; thrice round.
Mr. R. Wilson's ch. c. Heir of Lipne, by Galaor, 3 yrs., 7st. 21b. (Charlton)

1 Mr. T. Parr's b. c. Saucebox, 4 yrs., 9st. 21b. (Wells)..

2 Mr. J. Osborne's br. c. Idmon, 3 yrs., 7st. 21b. (Bearpark) Mr. Barber's br. h. Domino, 5 yrs., 9st. 121b. (Bartholomew) Capt. Christie's b. h. Defiance, 6 yrs., 10st. 21b. (W. White); Ld. Clifden's ch. f. Homily,

4 yrs., 9st. 21b. (A. Day); Mr. E. R. Clark's br. f. Lady Florence, 3 yrs., 7st. 2/b. (Bates);

Mrs. Osbaldeston's b. f. Minié, 3 yrs., 7st. 2ib. (T. Cliff), also ran. 6 to 5 on Saucebox, 7 to 2 against Heir of Linne, and 5 to 1 against Homily. Wou by a length, three lengths between the second and third.

The Tradesmen's PLATE of 200 sovs. in specie, added to a handicap sweepstakes of 25 sovs. each, 15 ft, and 5 only if declared; the second recd. 50 sovs., and the winner paid 50 sovs.; two miles and a quarter (196 subs , 95 of whom paid 5 sovs. each). Mr. Parker's b. f. One Act, by Annandale, 3 yrs., 4st. 131b. (incl. 10lb. extra)-car. 5st. 11b. (Hibberd)

1 Mr. Howard's ch. c. Yellow Jack, 3 yrs., 5st. 81b. (Fordham)

2 Ld. Chesterfield's b. m. Typee, 6 yrs., 8st. (Flatman)

3 Mr. J. Osborne’s gr. c. Yorksisire Grey, 4 yrs., 5st. 10lb. (Challoner) Mr. Haywood na. b. c. Courtenay, 4 yrs., 6st. 61b. (Withington) Mrs. Osbaldeston's b. c. Rifleman, 4 yrs., 8st. 71b. (Bartholomew); Mr. E. R. Clark's b.

h. Mr. Sykes (b.-b.), 6 yrs., 8st. 21b. (F. Marson); Mr. Howard's b. h. Scythian, 5 yrs., 7st. 121b. (Wells); Baron Rothschild's ch. h. Hungerford, aged, 7st. 1016. (Charlton); Mr. Copperthwaite's b. h. The Early Bird, 5 yrs., 7st. 101b. (Aldcroft); Capt. Lane's ch. h. Epaminondas, 5 yrs., 7st. 21b. (G. Mann); Mr. Jackson's b. f. Lady Tattoo, 4 yrs., 6st. 121b. (Bates); Ld. Clifden's br. h. Poodle, aged, 6st. 101b. (Crouch); Mr. O'Reilly's b. c. Vandyke, 4 yrs., 6st. 101b. (Ducker); Mr. Shepherd's br. g. Cardsharper, 5 yri, 6st. 81b. (Musgrove); Mr. Greville's ch. h. Quince, 5 yrs., 6st. 81b. (Plumb); Mr. W. Robinson's b. c. Siding, 4 yrs., 6st. 81b.—inel. 101b. extra (G. Quinton); Mr. Barber's br. h. Goorkab, 6 yrs., 6st. 61b. (Mundy); Mr. F. Fisher's b. g. New Brighton, 6 yrs., 6st. 4lb. (Hughes); Mr. Rigby's b. f. Imogene, 4 yrs., 6st. 41b. (Quinton); Mr. Parker's b. h. Aldford, 6 yrs., 6st.--car. 6st. 31b. (Alder); Mr. J. M. Stanley's b. m. Mis bap, 5 yrs., 6st. (Cresswell); Mr. T. Parr's b, c. Fatalist, 4 yrs., 6st. (Carroll); Mr. E. Parr's br. c. Stork, 3 yrs., 5 st. 6lb. (Soowden); Mr. Sidebottom's b. c. Aleppo, 3 yrá, 5st. 5lb. (Taylor); Mr. Ridley's br. c. Hospitality, 3 yrs., 5st. 31b.-incl. 5lb. extra (Bullock); Mr. Morris's b. c. Bubble, 3 yrs., 4st. 6lb. -car. 4st. 10lb. (W. Grimmer); Mr. J. Wood's ch. f. Vine (h.-b.), 3 yrs., 4st. 71b.-car. 4st. 10lb. (Brittou); Sir J. Hawley's ch. f. Redan, 3 yrs., 4st. 71b. (Dwyer); Mr. T. W. Redhead's b.c. Van Danck,

3 yrs., 4st. 6lb. (J. Snowden), also ran. 5 to 1 against Yellow Jack, 7 to 1 each against Yorkshire Grey and Imogene, 10 to 1 against Stork, 12 to 1 against One Act, 15 to 1 against Typee, 100 to ő against Courtenay, 20 to 1 against Fatalist, 25 to 1 each against Lady Tatton and The Early Bird, 30 to 1 each against Hungerford, Hospitality, and Quince, 40 to 1 each against Aleppo and Mishap, and 50 to 1 each against Scythian, New Brighton, and Goorkah. Won by a head, a head between the second and third, two lengths between the third and fourth. Aldford jumped over the rails at starting, Stork ran against The Early Bird opposite the workhouse in the last round, and knocked him over the rails. Aldcrost was severely hurt.

The SCRAMBLE HANDICAP of 5 sovs. each, with 30 added; the winner to be sold for 80 sovs.; three-quarters of a mile (11 subs.) Mr. Samwell's br. c. Usurer, by Flatcatcher, 4 yrs, 7st. Alb. (Charltov)..

I Ld. Wilton's ch. f. by Birdcatcher, out of Sacrifice, 3 yrs., 5st. (Challoner) Mr. Daley's b. h. Cinens, 6 yrs., 8st. 71b. (Ashmall) Mr. E. R. Clark's b. f. Plausible, 4 yrs., ist. (Bates); Mr. Lloyd's b. f. Petticoat, 4 yrs.,

6st. 81b. (Quinton); Baron Rothschild's br. f. Little Tibby, 3 yrs., 5st. 121b. (Cresswell); Mr. Percival's br. c. Bird in the Bush, 3 yrs., 5st. 121b. (Fordham); Mr. T. Dawson'ıb.

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f. Double Mixture, 3 yrs., 5st. 71b. (Bullock); Mr. J. Osborne's b. f. Tiff, 3 yrs., 5st.

71b. (J, Snowden), also ran. 5 to 4 against the Sacrifice f., 5 to 1 against Plausible, 6 to 1 against Bird in the Bush, and 10 to 1 each against Usurer and Little Tihby. Won by a head, a head between the second and third.

The third year of the fourth TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 Bovs. each, b. ft., for four years old ; the winner paid 10 sovs.; one mile and three-quarters (7 subs.)

Mr. Jackson's b. f. Lady Tattoo, by Sir Tatton Sykes, 7st. 13lb., walked over.

SIXTY SOVEREIGNS (clear), added to a sweepstakes of 3 sovs. each, the latter to go to the second; once round and a distance (9 subs.) Mr. T. Parr's br. c. Fisherman, 3 yrs., 6st. 121b. (Quinton)..

1 Mr. J. Osborne's b. c. Night Hawk, 3 yrs., 6st. 121b. (Bearpark)..

2 Mr. Brown's br. c. by Surplice, out of Lady Mary, 3 yrs., 6st. 121b. (Fordham) Mr. Morris's b. c. General Picton, 4 yrs., 8st. 61b. (Basham) Mr. Adkins's b. c. Flatterer, 4 yrs., 8st. 6lb. (Yates)

5 3 to I on Fisherman. Won in a canter by half a length.

THURSDAY.–The Dee STAND Cup of 50 sovs, in specie, added to a sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each; the second recd. 10 sovs. ; seven furlongs (13 subs.)

Ld. Clifden's ch.f. Melissa, by Orlando, 3 yrs., 5st. 101b. (Fordham)
Mrs. Osbaldeston's br. c. Claret, 4 yrs., 7st. 4lb. (T. Cliff)

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Mr. Cockcroft's ch. f. 'The Medway, 4 yrs., 7st. 216. (Charlton)
Mr. T. Walker's br. f. Dame Judith, 4 yrs., 7st. 6lb. (J. Quinton)..
Mr. Morris's b. c. General Picton, 4 yrs., 6st. 12lb. (Mundy); Mr. Merry's gr. c. Cock of

the North, 4 yrs., 6st. 101b. (J. Hall); Mr. E. R. Clark's br. f. Lady Florence, 3 yrs., 5st. 101b. (R. Davies); Mr. Barber's ch.c. Nanghty Boy, 2 yrs., 4st. 41b.-car. 4st. Tolb.

(Rayner), also ran. Even on Melissa, 5 to 2 against Claret, 4 to 1 against Cock of the North, and 6 to 1 each against Dame Judith and The Medway. Won in a canter by a length.

The CHESHIRE Welter Cup of 100 sovs., the rest in specie, by subscription of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft., with 50 added ; jockeys 5lb. extra; the winner gave two dozen of champagne; Grosvenor Course (21 subs., 8 of whom paid 5 sovs. each). Mr. Morris's ch. b. Eulogist, by Birdcatcher, 6 yrs., 18st. 716.-—incl. 5lb. extra (Mr. Thompson)

1 Mr. Parker's b. f. One Act, 3 yrs., 9st. 5lb.—incl

. 181b. extra (G. Mann)

2 Ld. Wilton's b. g. Shoreham, 4 yrs., 10st. 11b.—incl. 5lb. extra (Ashmall) Mr. Barber's br. h. Goorkab, 6 yrs., 10st. 6lb. (Capt. Little) Mr. J. Davies's ch. g. Titterstone (h.-b.), aged, Ilst. 61b. (owner); Mr. Pringle's b. g.

Blarney (h.-b.), aged, 10st. 101b. (Mr. C. Boynton); Şir T. Burke's ch. h. Morgan Rattler, 5 yrs., 10st. 10lb. (Mr. Kennedy); Mr. S. Able's b. g. Cavendish, aged, löst. 1316.incl. 5lb. extra (J. Hopwood); Mr. E. J. Irwin's cb. h. Simon Pure, 5 yrs., 10st. 111b. -irc. 5lb. extra (J. Wynne); Mr. H. Lane's ch. h. Humboldt, 5 yrs., 10st. 5lb. (Mr.

Pattison), also ran. Eren on One Act, 6 to 1 against Eulogist, and 7 to 1 against Goorkah. Won by a neck, the same between the second and third.

The DEE STAKES of 10 sovg. each, with 200 added; for three years old colts 8st. 71b., and fillies 8st. 21b.; the second recd. 50 sovs., and the winner paid 25 NOVB.; Grosvenor Course (60 subs.)

Mr. J. Cookson's br. c. Bird in Hand, by Birdcatcher, 8st. 71b. (Bartholomew) 1
Adm. Harcourt's br. c. Ellington, &st. 71b. (Cartwright)
Mr. Gratwicke's b. c. Viscount, 8st. 71b. (Ashmall)
Mr. H. Hill's ch. c. Stanhope, by The Hero, out of Farina, 8st. 71b. (A. Day)..
Mr. Copperthwaite's b. c. The Wild Irishman, 8st. 716. (Bullock); Mr. Dawson's br. c.

Bobby B., by Theon, out of Parisina, 8st. 71b. (Bates); Mr. Hope's b. c. Omar Pasha, 8st. 71b. (Charlton); Mr. J. Osborne's b. c. Night Hawk, 8st. 71b. (J. Osborne); Mr. Howard's b. c. The Result, 8st. 71b. (Wells); Capt. Christie's b. c. Lawn, 8st. 71b. (T.

Cliff), also ran. 6 to 4 on Ellington, 4 to 1 against Stanhope, and 100 to 15 against Bird in Hand. Won by half a length, the same between the second and third, and a length between the third and fourth.

The SCURRY HANDICAP of 5 sovs. each, with 30 added; three-quarters of a mile (11 subs.) Ld. Wilton's ch. f. by Birdcatcher, out of Sacrifice, 3 yrs., 5st. 101b. (Fordham) 1 Mrs. Osbaldeston's b. f. Lunelle, 3 yrs., 5st. 101b. (Bullock)

2 Mr. Foley's b. h. The Trapper, 5 yrs., 8st. (J. Wynne)

3 Medway, 4 yrs., 7st. 81b. (Charlton); Capt. Christie's b. f. Roving Betsey, 4 yrs., 70t. 21b. (T. Cliff); L. Wilton's br. c. Peeping Tom, 2 yrs., 4st. 41b.--car. 4st. 101b.

(Challoner), also ran. 2 to 1 against The Sacrifice f., 3 to 1 each against Peeping Tom and The Medway, and 5 to 1 against Alcyone. Won by a short head. The Medway fell over the rails at the Grosvenor post, but the jockey was not much hurt. Bullock was fined £5 for disobeying the orders of

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the starter, and Wynne £10, and was suspended from riding during the week, for disobeying the orders of the starter, and for wilfully riding against The Medway.

The MARQUIS OF WESTMINSTER's Plate, value 100 sovs., in specie, added to a bandicap sweepstakes of 10 sovs, each; the second recd. 20 sovs., and the winner paid 10 sova.; Grostenor Course (30 subs.) Mr. Barber's ch. c. Pretty Boy, by Idle Boy, 3 yri., 5st. 915.—incl. 51b. extra

(Fordham) Mr. R. I'Anson's br. f. Berezina, 4 yrs., 6st. 816. (Withington)

2 Mr. R. Read's b. f. The Mosquito, 4 yrs., 7st. 31b. (T. Chiff) Mr. J. M. Stanley's b. g. Neoptolemus, 4 yrs, 6st. 616. (Cresswell) Mr. W. Smith's b. b. Old Noll, 5 yrs., 7st.--car. 7st. 21b. (Collins) Sir J. Hawley's ch. f. Redan, 3 yrs., 5st. 10.b. (Bullock)

6 to 4 against Berezina, 3 to 1 against The Mosquito, and 5 to 1 against Pretty Boy. Won by half a length, the same between the second and third. The SELLING STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 30 added; once round and a distance (7 subs.) Mr. Samwell's br. c. Usurer, by Flatcatcher, 4 yrs., 7st. 1316. (£30) (Ashmall)

1 Mr. W. Robinson's ch f. Little Emma, 3 yrs., 6st. 116. (£30) (Fordham) Mr. C. Thorpe's ch. g. Little Tom, 6 yrs., &st. 416. (£30) (D. Hughes) Mr. Stebbing's b. f. Kitty, 3 yrs., 6st. 11b.--car. 6st 416. (£30) (Muudy) Mr. Dawson's br. c. Huby, 3 yrs., 6st. 416. (£30) (Bullock) Mr. E. R. Clark's b. f. Plausible, 4 yrs., 7st. 716. (£30) (Bates)

2 to 1 against Kitty, 4 to 1 each against Little Emma and Usurer, and 5 to 1 against Little Tom. Won by a length. Bates and Mundy were fined £10 each, and suspended from riding duriug the week, for disobedience to the orders of the starter. The winner was sold for 60gs.

The first year of the sixth TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sors. each, for two years old; the second saved his stake, and the winner paid 10 sovs.; T.Y.C. (9 subs.)

Mr. Pedley's ch. f. Madame Palissy, by Cossack, out of Crockery, 7st. 13lb. (Ashmall) 1 Mr. T. W. Redhead's ch. c. Sir Colin, 8st. 91b. (J. Osborne)..

2 6 to 4 on Madame Palissy. Won by a length.

FRIDAY.-The WIRRAL STAKES of 10 sovs. each, b. ft., with 30 added, for two and three years old ; half a mile (10 subs.) Mr. J. M. Stanley's b. f. Theodora, 3 yrs., 9st. 31b. (Bartholomew)

1 Mr. J. Osborne's bl. c. Saunterer, 2 yrs., 7st. 316. (Bearpark)

2 Mr. E. Parr's br. c. Stork, 3 yrs., 9st. 7lb. (Wells) Capt. Christie's br. c. The Abbot, by Iago, out of Rosary, 2 yrs., 6st. 12lb. (Fordham) 4

7 to 4 against Theodora, 3 to 1 each against The Abbot and Stork, and 4 to 1 against Sannterer. Won in a canter by a length.

The GRAND STAND CÚP of 100 sovs., in specie, added to a handicap sweepstakes of 5 80F3. each ; the second reod. 30 sovs., and the wiuner paid 15 sovs.; once round and a distance (32 subs.) Mr. Saxon's ch. f. Mary, by Idle Boy, 4 yrs., 7st. (J. Forster)

1 Mr. Harland's br. f. Mirage, 3 yrs., 6st. (Fordham)

2 Mr. J. Osborne's ch. f. First Fiy, 3 yrs., 5st. llb. (Challoner)

3 Sir T. Burke's ch. h. Morgan Rattler, 5 yrs., 7st. (Crouch) Mr. W. Smith's b. h. Old Noll, 5 yrs., 7st.--car

. Met. 41b. (Collins) ; Mr. E. j. Irwin's ch

. h. Simon Pure, 5 yrs., 7st. (Bearpark); Mr. J. Davies's b. g. Whitcliffe, 5 yrs., 6st. 6lb. (Carroll); Mr. Nun's ch. c. Good Friday, 3 yrs., 6st. 316. (Archer); Mr, Parker's b. c. Teddy, 3 yrs., 5st. 316. (Hibberd); Mrs. Osbaldeston's b. f. Lunelle, 3 yrs., 4st. 1lib.

car. 4st. 121b. (Pritchard), also ran. 2 to 1 each against Mary and Mirage, and 6 to 1 against Teddy. Won in a canter by two lengths.

The LADIES' PURSE, value £50; once round and a distance.
Mr. Armstrong's br. f. Alcyone, by Robert de Gorbam, 4 yrs., 7st. Illb. (250) (J.
Quinton)

1 Mr. Samwell's br. c. Usurer , 4 yrs., 8st. 515. (£50) (T. Cliff*

2 Mr. Daley's b. h. Cineas, 6 yrs., 8st. 10lb. (£50) (Ashmall)..

8 Mr. Howard's b. c. The Result, 8 yrs., 6st. 1016. (£50) (Fordham); Mr. Anker’a br. c.

Young Pyrland, by Pyrland, out of Lady Mary, 3 yrs., 6st. 101b. (£50) (Speight); L. Wilton's ch. f. by Birdcatcher, out of Sacrifice, 3 yrs., 6st. 91b. (£50) (Cresswell); Mr. T. Dawson's b. f. Double Mixture, 3 yrs., 6st. 81b. (£50) (Hardcastle) ; Mr. T. Wood's ch. f. Vine (h.-bu), 3 yrs., 6st. 7lb. (£50) (Challoner); Mr. Evans's b. f. Ninette, 3 yra, 6st. 71b. (£50) (Hibberd); Mr. Johnstone's br. f. by Cotherstone, out of Delaine, 3 yrs,

6st. 716.--car. 6st. 1llb. (£50) (J. Forster), also ran. 2 to 1 against Ninette, 4 to 1 against Alcyone, and 5 to 1 each against The Result and Usurer. Vine fell, and rolling over her rider twice, seriously injured him. The winner was sold for 51gs.

The EATON ŠTAKES of 10 sove. each, h. ft., with 30 added, for three and four years old; Grosvenor Course (7 subs.) Mr. T. Parr's b. c. Saucebox, by St. Lawrence, 4 yrs., 9st. (Wells)

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Mr. E. Parr's br. c. Stork, 3 yrs., 7st. 61b. (Sopp)

2 Mr. J. Osborne's br. c. Alfred, 3 yrs, 7st. 316. (Bearpark) ..

8 5 to 4 on Stork, and 6 to 4 against Saucebox. Won in a canter by two lengths. A HANDICAP STAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 50 added; the second rect. l) sovs., and the winuer paid 5 sovs. ; seven furlongs (16 subs.)

Mrs. Osbaldestou's br. c. Claret, by Touchstone, 4 yrs., 7st. 61b. (H. Steggles) 1
Mr. F. Fisher's br. g. New Brighton, 6 yrs., 8st. 215. (Hughes)
Me. E. R. Clark's br. f. Lady Florence, 3 yrs., 5st. 816. (Fordham)

3 Mr. Saxon's ch. g. Barrel, 5 yrs., 7st. 121b. (J. Forster); Mr. R. Read's b. f. The Mos.

quito, 4 yrs., 78t. 1216. (Wells); Mr. Waller's b. m. Octavia, aged, 7st. 916. (Crouch); Mr. Foley's b. h. Trapper, 5 yrs., 78t 91b. (Cresswell); Mr. Smith's b. h. Corin, 5 yrs., 7st. 816. (J. Quinton); Mr. Williams's br. c. Atherstone, 4 yrs., 6st. 121b. (Speight),

also ran. 4 to 1 each against Claret and The Mosquito, 5 to 1 against Barrel, 6 to 1 against Octavia, and 7 to 1 each against New Brighton and Corin. Won easily by half a length. Hughes was fined £5 for starting without orders.

The CHESHIRE STAKES of 15 sovs. each, 10 ft., and 5 only if declared, with 60 added; the second saved his stake, and the winner paid 10 sovs.; a mile and three furlongs (29 subs., 8 of whom paid 5 sovs. each).

Mr. Barber's br. c. Priuce of Orange, by Van Tromp, 3 yrs., 4st. 121b. (Rayner) 1
Mr. J. Osborne's gr. c. Yorkshire Grey, 4 yrs., 6st. 121b. (Bearpark)
Mr. Andrews's br. h. Little Davie, aged, 7st. 61b. (Sopp)

3 11 to 8 on Yorkshire Grey, 2 to 1 against Prince of Orange, and 5 to 1 against Little Davie. Won by half a length, Little Davie a very bad third.

A HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKES of 5 sovs. each, with 30 added; the second saved his stake; half a mile (5 subs.)

Mr. E. R. Clark's br. f. Lady Florence, by Sotterley, 3 yrs., 6st. 41b. (Fordham) 1 Mr. Armstrong's b. f. Alcyone, 4 yrs., 7st. 91b. (J. Quinton)

2 Mr. Adkins's br. c. Titormus, 4 yrs., 7st. 1316. (Ashmall)

3 Mr. Mellish's br. g. Weathercock, 5 yrs., 8st. 716. (Wells)

4 7 to 4 against Titormus, 2 to 1 against Alcyone, and 4 to 1 against Lady Florence. Won by a short head, Titormus a bad third.

The second year of the fifth TRIENNIAL PRODUCE STAKES of 10 sovs. each, for three years old; Castle-pole, once round and in (5 subs.)

Mr. Saxon's br. f. by Cotherstone, out of Delaine, 8st. 21b., walked over.

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TAVISTOCK. TUESDAY, May the 6th.-The TAVISTOCK STAKES of 2 gs. each, b. ft., with 25 added; gentlemen riders; jockeys 5lb. extra ; heats, twice round the one-mile Course (4 subs.), was won, at two heats, by

Mr. Mealing's br. g. Phantom, by Jack in the Green, aged, 13st. 51b., beating Greenfinch, aged, 1lst. 5lb., and two others.

The MINING PLATE, value 65 sovs., added to a sweepstakes of 1 guinea each ; heats, one mile and a distance (5 subs.) Mr. T. Parr's ch. g. Challow Boy, by Nutwith, 4 yrs., 10st. 61b.

11 Mr. Mealing's Phantom, aged

4 2 Mr. Jarvis's br. m. Penelope, 5 yrs., 10st. 81b. Mr. Pryer's b. g. Merry Andrew

2 4 First heat won by half a neck, the second by a head.

T'he TRADESMENS' PLATE of 20gs.; one mile and a distance (3 snbs.), was won, at two heats, by Mr. Minhinnick's b. c. Trap, 3 yrs., 9st. 41b., beating two others. The second day's races were steeple-chases.

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CARTMEL. MONDAY, May the 12th.-A SWEEPSTAKES of 4 sovs. each, with 20 added; the second saved his stake; heats, about a mile and a quarter (4 subs.), was won by

Mr. R. Menzie's ch. g. Phoenix, by Phlegon, 5 yrs., 10st. 11b., beating Mr. Percival's b. f. Janet Pride, 3 yrs., 7st. 111b., and Mr. McAdam's b. g. Prince, aged, 10st. 61b.

INNKEEPERS' STAKES of 3 sovs, each, with 15 added; the owner of the second horse saved bis stake; heats, about a mile and a quarter (3 subs.), was won by

Mr. R. Menzie's ch. g. Phænix, 5 yrs., 101b. 216., beating Mr. Me. Adam's b.g. Prince, aged, 9st. Jllb., and Mr. Percival's b. c. Bird in the Bush, 3 yrs, 7st. 71b.

TradesMEN'S STAKES of 2 sovs. each, with 10 added; heats, about a mile and a quarter (3 subs.), was won by

Mr. R. Menzie's ch. g. Phænix, 5 yrs., 9st. 91b., beating Mr. Brown na. br. h. Angelo, 6 yrs., 10st., and Mr. Percival's b. f. Janet Pride, 3 yrs., 78t. 71b.

REDDITCH. Monday, May the 12th.-The HaCK STAKES of 2 sovs, each, with 10 added; heats, one mile (6 subs.), was won by

Mr. W. K. Walker's ch. f. Useless, by Sharston, 4 yrs. (E. Jones), beating Mr. Cattern's b. g. Twm Shon Catti, 4 yrs.; Mr. Howard's b. c. Caterpillar (late Noddy), 4 yrs.; Mr. B. Land's br. f. Englemere, 4 yrs.; Mr. Tyer's br. c. Knighton (h.-b.), 3 yrs.; Mr. Holmes's eh. f. See Clear, 4 yrs.; and Mr. T. Clay's br. m. Battle, 6 yrs., in two heats.

The INNKEEPERS' STAKES of 2 sovs. each, with 15 added; heats, one mile (3 subs.), was won by

Mr. Page's bl. g. Peter Snipe, by Sir Hercules, aged, 9st. llb. (£30) (Mitchell), beating Mr. Tyer's br. c. Knighton (h.-b.), 3 yrs., 8st. 5lb. (£50); and Mr. T. Rickard's Miss Hatch, 4 yrs., 8št. 716. (£30), in two heats.

The HURDLE RACE of 2 sovs. each, with 15 added; heats, two miles (7 subs.!, was won by

Mr. Rogers's br. g. Phantom, by Jack in the Green (h.-b.), aged, llst. 21b. (E. Weaver), beating Mr. Page's The Doctor, aged, llst. 2lb.; Mr. Hughes's Cock Sparrow, 4 yrs., 10st

. 216. (car. 10st. 71b.); Mr. John's br. g. The Miner, aged, 11st. 2lb.; Mr. Clay's br. m. Battle, 6 yrs., 11st. 21b.; and Mr. Stevens's b.g. Parchment, aged, 1lst. 216., in two heats.

TUESDAY.—The LADIES' Purse of 10 sovs., added to a sweepstakes of 2 sovs.; heats, one mile (3 subs.), was won by

Mr. Page's bl. g. Peter Snipe, aged, 8st. 41b. (£30) (Mitchell), beating Mr. Thomas's bl. f. Indian Queen, 3 yrs., 7st. 61b. (£30); and Mr. W. K. Walker's Knighton (1.-b.), 3 yrs., 8st. 5lb. (£20) (bolted), in two heats.

The IPSLEY STAKES (handicap) of 5 sovs. each, 3 ft., and 1 if declared, with 30 added; heats, one mile (23 subs., 11 of whom paid 1 sov, each), was won by

Capt. Price's Royalty, by The Dean, aged, 8st. 716. (F. Page), beating Mr. Roberts's b. h. Sir Richard (h.-b.), 5 yrs., 8st.; Mr. Lewis's Helène, 4 yrs., 8st. 21b. ; Mr. T. Rickard's Miss Hatch, 4 yrs., 7st. 61b. ; Mr. Hughes's Useless, 4 yrs., 786. 81b.; and Mr. B. Land's Englemere, 4 yrs., 8st. 216., in four heats.

The race was disputed.
The HURDLE RACE of 2 sovg. each, with 10 added; heats, two miles (8 subs.), was won by

Mr. Rogers's Phantom (b.-b.), aged, 11st. 9lb. (E. Weaver), beating Mr. Hughes's Cock Sparrow, 4 yrs., 10st. 216. (car. 10st. 5lb.); Mr. Page's The Doctor, aged, llst. 21h.; Mr. Holmes's Tamworth, aged, 11st. 21b.; Mr. Cattern's Twm Shon Catti, 4 yrs., 10st. 216.; and Mr. Howard's Caterpillar, 4 yrs., 10st. 71b., in two heats.

A HANDICAP of 1 sov. each, with 10 added, for beaten horses; heats, one mile (5 subs.), was won by

Mr. T. Rickard's Miss Hatch, by Infidel, 4 yrs., 7st. (Arnott), beating Mr. Land's Eogletere, 4 yrs., 8st.; Mr. Walker's Knigbton, 3 yrs., 7st. ; Mr. Page's The Doctor, aged, &st. 71b. (cr. 9st.); Mr. Howard's Caterpillar, 7st. 6lb. (car. 10st. 21b.), in two heats.

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SHREWSBURY. TUESDAY, May the 13th.-The HERBERT STAKES (handicap) of 5 soFs, each, 2 ft.; the winner to be sold for 50 sovs.; about three-quarters of a mile (14 subs.)

Mr. G. Drewe's ch. c. Philip, by Pyrrhus the First, 3 yrs., 4st. 71b. (Britton) 1
Mr. E. R. Clark's b. c. General Picton, 4 yrs., 6st. (Fordham)
Mr. Dawson's b. f. Double Mixture, 3 yrs., 5st. llb. (Bullock)
Mr. Wood's b. h. Cineas, 6 yrs., 7st. 71b. (Little)
Mr. Minor's Mameluke (brother to Rough "Robin) 4 yrs., 7st.--car. Öt. 2/b.

(C. Hughes) 6 to 4 against General Picton, 2 to 1 against Cineas, and 5 to 2 against Philip. Won easily by a length. The winner was bought in for 95gs.

The SALOPIAN STAKES of 10 sovs. each, h. ft., with 20 added, for three years old ; the second saved his stake ; about a mile and a quarter (16 subs.) Mr. Gulliver's b. c. Illuminator, by Melbourne, 8st. 41b. (Yates)

1 Mr. Copeland's b. c. St. Dunstan, 8st. 7lb. (Whitehouse)

2 Capt. Christie's b. c. Lawn, 8st. 91b. (Wells)

5 to 2 on Lawn, and 4 to 1 against Illuminator. Won by a neck, a length between the second and third.

The LONGNER HALL STAKES of 5 sovs. eacb, with 30 added, for two years old; the second saved his stake; T.Y.C., six furlongs (13 subs.) Ld. Wilton's b. c. Peeping Tom, by Touchstone, 8st. (Flatman)

1 Mr. G. Drewe's ch. f. Dexterity (h.-b.), 8st. 21b. (Whitehouse) Mr. J. Barber's ch. c. Naughty Boy, 8st. (J. Forster) Capt. Christie's br. c. The Abbot, 8st. 51b. (Wells); Mr. J. H. Whitehouse's b. 1. by

Phlegon, out of Amaryllis, 8st. 21b. (W. White); Mr. Halford's br. f. Sweetbriar, by Peppermint, ont of Wild Rose, &st. 210. (T. Cliff); Mr. E. R. Clark's South Western, (brother to Shoreham), 8st. (F. Marson, jun.); Mr. J. S. Forbes's Roulade, 8st. Ab. (Quinton), also ran.

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