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Bells Life In London And Sporting Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 6, 1867, London, Middlesex 8 BELLS LIFE IN APRIL fr PBOGRAMMES FOB THE PKOORAJOEE OF IfZWMAKKEI CBAVKN marked ereel Newmarket T s allowed Tib A ol 50 ion or three year and T Y C A HANDICAP ot W eon 10 lor three year oldi and op Sit allies Bat Sib at thetii 71b by Rataplan outof I Codde Park A311 t tbna Tear oolta c by Toxophllite Ojwaln Qlyndwr I C b A BnxmAKU of 30 eon SO son two year olds three Sat four w five and lOst and geldingi allowed Sib the winner to be aold with for 300 son II entered for 1BO eon allowed 71b Criterion A BWXIWTAKAS of 50 ion b lor three year oldi Uat half st Ib i Itlb 1 It Ib I s I La BorrenUna 1J A BWEEFSTAKES of 60 aon h for three year olds Sit filliei 8st 61b Iterten twice before the time of doling allowed 41b 4 ilb 1 BUxiArck 41b Flying Scud 41b Bed Blband I I A BWXEPSTAXES ol 25 aon for three year oldi colti 8it and geldings Bit 7lb maidens at starting allowed 710 the winner to be sold for 490 son 5 I BUmarct I aaldee I Bretoline I A FEU HANDICAP of 20 aon h if with 308 added winnenof any race after March 23 al of a bandieap 7lb extra Bretby Btakea Oourae 31 ageitlb ugeitlb Oitreger 7 Inc S 6 Abergeldie Inc s 8 0 LordfcoOAld 8 Czar IS Patii Inc 71b Mootagnara 10 extra S Toe 8 ft 7 Chriltmaa 7 12 5 MATCH h ft botti lour year lait half of Lord WoUmorlands Sit agit Lord Oonyngham s JJr TUESDAY PLATE of 50 for twe year oolu Bit Sit Tib winnen el a plate or sweepstakes valne 50 aon Including the own oftwe such or one ol 200 son value Tib extra the first hall ot A BwzEFSTAirK8 ol 10 sovi each three year four fire and 9it lOlb mam and gelding allowed Sib the winner to be sold for 209 sovs if if entered for 150sovi allowed 100 70 161D The NEWMABKET HAKDICXP of 25 aon 15 and 5 only II with 200 added winnen alter Jan 23 at aix of a handicap amounting to 200 son with public money added 71b extrawinners of all other handicaps with public money added of any two lOlb extra from the port ol the to the end of 60 24 of whom age st IB aireitlb Leasee 0 Maid Marian 13 11 by Parmesan 7 F by Skirmisher 7 fa THE UHUZD BQXDXK HUHT WABX RKDU Afm HOTT tfrrnaLE CHASE of 100 added to e T a ft to the foor yearotda IDas nre mtmxai riden about three twialOOlllbcztni Idle afed Irn rotten I yn yn Ben aged 4 yn aicd out of Broeeki will publiahed by nine o BAILWAY run between London and Hewmarket under every Doe in am 84 and 3d W60 8 0 aad 3d olaai 11 0 1st and 3d claaa 0 and 24 express 2 6 11 0 a train of will leare London for Newaaerket at On and Thursday a ipecial train leare Newmarket for Cambridge at to tbe evening traini to Bt Irt and M expreai and 3d lat and Jd p Irt and 3d cla The Shy Olri h yn Honey Cup Tbe Tyke b aged TheUMOTD Bonn Hrar BTJKTUI PUTEof SOe added a of S aon 1 ft atake four year olda list Uet six 13at aged ISat Tib Motleceeo riden abont three IMU i ttmffnfn aged i yn The TALLTHO Hair BTZSTLB OHAO of SO added second to aave atake Uet each about three OF BCOTTIBH HATIOIAL HUJJT QAKLRDK HULS BIXXFLX iniL The NOKTH BZZWICK added to of S aon i ance Ore aix and winnenof a Iteeple ohaae value SO aon more ooUecllvelT nine 100 aon 309 or JOO J21b of two TElne 100 aon or one nine 380 Tib in addition to any other penalty gentlemen only the second toaevabiaatake about three milea and a Ao declared in writtog to Clerk oftbe April at U Aurora 4yn Ben BeUpol aged Tae Gonk lh aged Rhy Qlri b OX I Jungle 4 yn Tbe 4TH Cup to be by baUaraaand ntaff of the ith Hnaean certain pen alum and I aied 5 jn Paddy aged Vorlom s yn ated Tba bi and lUly and I Ben A Bum nine 60 added to a ol J son eachsecond to save his atake four year list five 12st lOlb six list aged 13at Tib winnen ol a raoe of 15 eon 60 100 300 or twioe 100 431b extra gentlemen riden aboot three axed aged I aged THe Vjke fh Hie Earl b b I Anran 4 yn The COVBOXJLTIOV Our of 35 added o Handicap of 3 won b opn to all honw qnmlifled to ran at tbe meatliig top wfMght not to ezoeed lut weood to neeAn the To eater ten miaatei after the prerlooi raoe gentlemen riden about one mils and a nWddri tnln of Bntcla will Newmarket lor London one hour after the adveniied or the 12 Claverbouae Oomera 10 Proserpine Brown Bread l 4 Whalebone ForvlgtiC Inc 8 4 i 11 10 e i i Prtniroee 1 Leap I Brown 1 7 BlintHowlie IS Clarice IS is B o by ftinnlab Tlgblflt 13 Sclplo 13 Usurp ULlead a Pom 13 A BwiiPflTABzs of 100 h for three vear old fllliet 91b eaeb a winner of 400 BOVI 51b extra 5 Dukeof BeaafortsCtiannlngMay Uasttngfe Ducbeaa Mr Paynes Paw Baron Camilla Lord StamforJa f by Wild Dayrell of Rupee The NUTH B STAKES of 50 SOVB h for three year oldi coltt Bit filliee Bit 61 b nntriedi allowed and bought for lew ttian allowed or than Bucb allowanoe to be claimed at tbe time of naming maideni at allowed Tib Kid wife 91 b Br f by dl 61b Satyr Umbra 91b the second to aave kis stake LI Muscular 916 Valambrosa Sib Guinea Christian The Pieman Sib General Sib Blush Bofte Bib Golden Bloom 61b The STAKES of 50 SOTS h for two year oldi oolu Sat filliea Sat 71b 51b extra last half mile of 12 Batthyanya The Homing Star Dole of Beauforfi Paplllfln Glaagows br c by Brother to Bird on the Wlog foaled to 1853 oat of The Drakes dam of Hamiltons Clemenoe Marquis at HasUogsB Llule Prince Hawksleys br c Eau de Vie Mr RHerbert Balsamo Mr Merrys The Panon Mr Pryort Grtmston BothschildB Nyanza Stamfords f SedeUa Vivians BedlrtTua A BWKIPBTAIKS of 60 ton for three year oldj oolU Sit filliea 8t 71b not engaged in the Two Thouaand or the One Tbouaand Guineaa Btakea I The Rate Pirate Chief I I Arron The Nnrra NKWMAEKIT BIKHSIAL BTAKBS of 10 aovi with 100 added by tbe Joclcey for three year olds ooltt Sat fllliefl 61b the aecond to receive a sum equal to 10 per oent on the whole and the third a turn equal to 5 per cent of the j GlengarnocK Lord Hrownlow Fatlr Ch c by Lord F by Uewmlnster out of Irtih Queen In Urbe Caucasus Taraban The Wild Wind Stolen KlBses Silence dead AnHpodee dead Bk c Wild DayreU out of Kllmeny Wroughton Hermit Ruthven Bedboorne Milan Lord Hastings Bejoinder Walton Godefroy Bebot Uunqoam Dormlo lait PEOORA10DS OF LICHFIELD SPRING CTo commence at ApRtt The HoilCBOM BTIIPLI CHiBl BTAIIB KVI each with 50 added lour year oldi five lOlb thorough bredi Hlb to receire of 2 and 12it lOlb aged Lady Jy Boondaway h aged Lady aged 6 yii a yn an i B 6 aon out of the about three and a orer tne Ohaie Born fl yn rt Dtcbeter h aged Brilliant b f jn Oome b bX aged The GOPSALI HBTrnRSSTIIPLI BTAXIS of 5 twoflllhi of which to the with 40 added to be ridden by or their each thorough bred Ulb extra abeut three and a over the Steeple Coma Axaln b ared Daring Dick b aged Laddlnffton mngflaher Tbe AjiGLxaxT The aged Tradesman aged Itfactw ilckillver OulckillTe DpSuln Brandy Wi fhb aged of 40 IOTI for all win e I nen alter April 1 at nine Tib extra about in ageitlb agertlb age at 11 Kaitlc 11 7 Elgauton 5 Barnabo 8 B gby Cnarlei 1 Oracle 9 Hellce Greenhorn 1 B c by De Clare 1 Gaiety 0 t Ib Lord Btgot 6 Sitter to flying Jib B 7 Komeo 4 8 7 A Two YKAB OLD PLATB 40 colu Bit filliei 8it 71b winner7lb extra itralght half Mr Beadmani Orion Mr Buckleys Mr Clltra b f by VoIUgeur out of Morwca Mr Copelandi Torpedo Marquis of Huttngi s Lady KllzabeUKdr Mr Bant ns b f Snuff The LICHTIILD HAJTDICAP BTKIPLI OHABK 2 ft to the with 60 added winnen after April 1 at nine or the winner of 100 lOlb extra about three and a age rt Ib i age it Ib i age at Ib U 7 Mr Llnoolni Torch Mr Lrool Darkle Mr MauatTi Expectation Mr How dye Do Mr Pagamnl M tttmnii ch c Ottoman Lord Hatard Mr br c of 5 BOYI Meanwoed Tally Ho Inc Tlbexlra Patience lac lOlb Sir William JactofTrumpi hb Marble HU1 Sprite 4 11 11 8 6 8 Phantom 10 6 Master Oliver I Lady Newark Oldmlnjter 10 hb 4 Albrlgbton 10 Cambroe 8 Flea Rylph T16 extra T Brandy 0 Ethel Blsbopton 0 fi Kerlca 11 0 S 0 Mastanf 10 3 OF WEST SOMZBKET HEAB CHrTWEKBHE STEBFLE The BOOTH RAILTAX BIUJIO BTiJvU of S IOTI with 25 added four year olda Hit BTe Hit I3it aged 61b the winner to be iorBOeera if entered lor U mm allowed SO Itlb about two and a halt clceed on April 4 yn I 8 yn Tna Guide Ring aired The 8 yn The HAflXLBiTBY HAKDICAP of 6 son with SO added winnen after the weighta are declared 7lb extra about two and a Acceptance to fee declared before wren on April axe it Ib 1 Bt Ib I Cotler 5 The 1 Klaalake 4 S Tregantle Charley 4 I Nabockllah 10 Dandolloo Broornrtlck 11 4 lironberg 7 Robin 4 I I HmtTisa BTAXW of a to tbe added the aeooud lo aave tour year lOrt 1 lit six aged 13rt 71h the winner olla ateeple ohaae value 60 aovi 100 lOlb extra to be ridden by aged I I aged I yn Tbe BTAKM ol 3 four year olda ftre aix 13rt afed the winner to be er U eutareTtor lOsoviaUowed JO M allb Metropolitan about three and a end 81b one To at Kildare it etftr added to a Free HandleIP ct t m eact one mile on the Peel to cloae ud oeloet on Taeaday night to be axed ImmiiillaMry The WninroTOjr BTAXM Handicap ol 10 aon h Stole 1 tt to the with added the winner to be aold lor 100 eon hall a To oloee and name at eight prerlooe and to be weighted at nine Ha MAJDTTB of lOOga three yeeieldi Tat roar tet lOet ilx and agid lOat Mb three The OauAen ABXSCOD BTAKXI ol 6 eon with 100 added by the Turf Ol age Baatian Baa B c byElngTom ocrt of i ABTBCOD BTAKXI of 6 eon wilb 100 aaaea Club winners extra Peel Ooorae 1m otnr agaiilb ageatlh 0 Stole U n Maurlad 11 KUto of Brln Dar 8 11 danoce I BlkmCame Fire ralaed to that weight aad tbe in agertlb T 0 S s 1 0 Blood 0 II age itlb Marlon U B Jungle 5 Comoerun SOU HuntamaQa ageitlb 4 4 o or their profei mlla ionala51b extra about three 0 Mirer 11 Greenland Dreadnought 11 The Waliher The 4TK QuxHrt HnsaAM1 CHABOIM SWXIMTAKM of 8 VonTeaoh 1 for borne on the booki of the and field rldinj llrt 7lb eaoh aged I aged aged I e I The OoniTTT value the bona Bde property ef mraberTolthe LothluTHunt On Tlbesch winaen of any twioe thrioe Ulb extra to De rtd den by meojDen ot tbe Lothian or gentlemen qoalinea under tbe Stand National rule about two HOTT of four year oldi lilt five 13rt ilx Ua aged Uat thorough hredi 7Ib in tbe peat or preaent year of any or flat race valnViS aon once twioe or one fifty thrioe or two filtiea lath extra 100 ion to count two fiftiea briirade and regimental that have neveratarted forany iteeple flat race where pro 7fh riden as Mrtropolitan Handi but prafeadonal excluded abont two are QOKDB 0inO Wild ROM 4 yn 4 yn Rob aged aged aged aged 6 yn Dido aged yn TheNeedy B m by dam by Loop a yn 5 yn Olaigow iged Lady i yn TbeBHlIBOOT Pun of 40 IOTI to be ridden by or their aoni fuur year oldi BTO Hit ilx Hit aged I3it thorough bredi41b extra about twomllee aged I Brown 8 yn 6 yn or aged yri etella h 5 yn I Erin go h Bootcbman b yn aged Counteas b 5 rrs Colleen Uawn b a Bob agid Oeorgla b aged Cherry Branaj b a I Queenaland b bX yn The TAtnrMH PLATI BellingHandicap of after the are declared 71B extra the winner to be for 80 about two and a age st Ib age st b 4 Broomstick 0 Charley 4 Tbe Fawn 0 fl Tne 0 Tbe WrflT SouKEBZT OPXH HAHTJICAP of 15 7 with 100 l winnen after March at ten ef 60 100 300 lOlb extra the aeoond to save about four 8 ageitlb Llghtland II 0 age itlb Philoaopher 11 1 It 0 Tltlb 10 10 Lincoln 7 age itlb Slmrod 7 Brackuell 4 MATCH 60 three Hambroi Brackuell agit CBKWXXKBI ol 100 aon foor year oldi nre Hat lix aged 12it 61k the winner to reoeiTe TO the aeoond the third 10 riden who hare nerer ridden the winner of a iteeple Ohaie Talne 60 aon allowed hobelongintto the H Por hoeongn be ridden by the I3at Tib each certain and Oonriu three OTer the Steeple Obaae aged I aged I yn yn I t yn I 0 0 kaSxLUXS BTAKXI of with 3S added two year three toor lOat and Wlb tbe winner to be for 100 te U for 75 eon allowed 60 Ulb asailb Anglesey Post To cloae and name on Weaneeday night al eight Tbe BTIWAIIDS of 60 eon oee mile OB tbe Peel to be fixed eight oclock on 4yn 4yn Syn 4 yn 8 yn Allan a 4 yn TtoHackfar4 Ch f by Trapper out of Jenny h H 8 yn Vert i yn 4 yn 8 yri Fire iyn iyn Tbe 8yn NonDKlaUiyn EZtUaOSDIHABT BUH WITH HXB M4JESTTS Ms BDITOI Tbe umally quiet vilbige uf on afternoon laet Uiesoneol derabla owing to Her paying it an unexpected vialt in tbe ooone of their The excitement wae tXMHUed when il became known that hii Boyal Higtueii tne PrtMe at waa one of the bunting The ieaton numbering above j foTlbeoeeaaiasi which wai one ol the largeat ol the aeaaon waa at iJi and the d lor UM wee bom the Royal at Wtndnr He wee terned oat In a near Mr Du Prei and vent away at a tremendone paoa to through peat Borington and learing Hemal Hempetead lo left Tateley then ran through aorhambnry doea to abelter In a ehed for a bat got away amd and karing thanked them lor their took oil departure lor Hataeld Sreat Northern Hallway The net of the numbering about among when wen Lord Oolrllle tie noble maater ol the Karl went in pnnultof the which waierentually taken ta Lamer the aaat of a Crake the In at the finlab returned to the Bury where erery comlortwaa afiorded which wai Tery alter ruch a hard On AT THX The OosnrrBlAir BlAna of 5 h 35 one mile and a half on the Peel To cloae and name at eight oclock on and to be fixed at nine oclock aame to enter with the Deputy Mr at clnb oo Mondiy before the i the boon of two and foor oclock for the Qi the between INTELLIQENCE YORK SPRIRQ kUT 7 AID OEIAT HoiTHrra HAHDIOAP of 30 son hf ft aad 5 only If declared by noen on April with 300 added of any handicap value sovs after April 3 at nine 600 300 or the aeoond for one value Sib extra two ever the Old Ooune SO Single aged Tbe HADDWOTOT HAKDICAP ol 6 aon 2 with 80 added winnen ol any ataeple ohaae Talue 50 aon alter April at Mn once twice but the winner of the Metropolitan Handicap lOlb in addition to any preTioni and the aeoond 5M extra the aeoond to aaie itake about three and a half 36 miii ageitlb Bberwood 0 0 LlnhUieart 0 11 Bedale b b 8 B Dreadnought 6 Ballycaaey i While age it Ib 11 1 II Camperdown 11 1 Wagtail l Blood Bojal II 0 0 o Forealgbt I Forlorn IS age stlb Marlon 11 B JungleQueeo A SilH Daughter Johnny Cope hb The and TIOKAKKT BTAKM ol S aon each 1 with 25 added lour year oldi BTO aix and aged 13it Tib the winner to be aold lor 69 aon If entered for 40 allowed 30 30 Ulb riden for the Metropolitan Handicap about two The PAXXWXU PtATl of 25 Handicap riden as for the Metropolitan Handicap about two To enter for tbe uadoaed on or before April at 13 Sll agest Ib 1 Lecturer e 11 Wlndham B Batna a Brown s Stratficonan 5 Brallilord t Tormentor 1 is 11 War 11 of India 7 9 Chepitow Oomera ageitlb 8 B T Friday Eait Lanca Plutui Beeiwing Terror Hearboroogh Podargui a 1 1 0 0 11 11 10 9 I BlackPrlncefbr 9 VolUgeur 10 8 Sportsman 10 10 an itlb 7 Oracle Bllnkhooue S OUead 1 1 Bracken 11 11 Oreenback 11 Red 11 Leap Year 10 John 10 Policy 9 9 Fat 9 7 B f Mel beurne out of Darallee 4 Tbow marked thul haying been entered without the know lede of tbelr will be itruck at the time prescribed anleu ordered to remain RADHORaHiBK BTAKXB Handicap of 7 aon 5 and 2 to the fund If declared on or before the 9th day ef April with 40 added winnen of any handicap of 50 aon after April 4 at ten of 100 or Tib extra weigkle accumulative one mile aad a half 14 age it Ib i ageitlb 497 Llrely 7 4 9 S I Glance 4 1 j Arabia TB03f AKOTHXB Bn If no better man glra you a brief outline of a goed day with thii eelebraled lend me an inch ol ipace to do The meet waa at on Tueaday Boyal Highneei the Prince of with Mr Vitrmauriee accompanied by Lord Oolrllle at traralled Co the meet in a rtyliih Befton and with when the f wu nnearted and went away at a paoa OTer the grasa land lor halt an hour without a I will not anticipate the irraphieal country alwaya giren in the Windsor but anmce it to aay that the mn waa ene ol the longeU and bast thfe tbe deer being taken in three uoun and a half u on the ol diitance orer 90 Hil royal hlghneei rode to the tail ol the hounds In i masterly manner the wbele and waa glad to be retreehod u the bonitable abode ol Mr Eanaome when the day I bo BarU ol Graaville and Denbigh were amongit the doaen wbo numbered at the We hare to thank two other comepondenti lor of tola BtlTt Ltft THB FSEDKEICK PBTBES MB Thii gallant pack had a rattling good daya aport on Tueaday Tbe meet waa at High one ol tbe beet atafhunUm meeta in the and a great muy sports men were M it WM belief to be the last meet aeaaon in that fine open country and we have to thank Mn Bait olthe Berry for ber liberal and kind At the bounds were put on the line of a capital and away we merrily along the meadows towards High Eoochlni then doubled ihajrp to tbe leMeailng and Leads Ooren to tbe From thence to Owd turning to the right and creasing the road to Newland Here the pace in and we went away along the meadows to the Han and Hounds then croaalng tbe Boxwell orer Btnrgeoni to Bollston orer Widford Hall eroaelng the railroad and the London high to Monlabam and to Qreat Leering Baddow House on the left the ran up to the but he left them almoat u free as II just and tbe pace wai good all ho way to the going now over Fond Farm to Baudon Wort and Beuth and where we finally TCCured him in the about 36 trareneo1 by the 3h Too much praise cannot be giTen to our excellent Master for patience under the the agent being at and men preaaing the And may we aare tbe grod fortune next Maaon to enjoy rach One loort ai our noble Master ikown Janitor Neroll Clatford Oldmloiter Oeojerat 1 18 I The Brigand 1 1 Colonel b b Mill Alice IS Tbe Norton Manor Handicap cloaed with 8 the Open Hunt Bteeple Cbaie with 13 and the Teme Talley with It 61D about three i Oiuihleen lleme LA Dauphlne Breach of Promise Tempest F by Thormflnby out of Sunflower CbrThonnanDy out of EogertborpeH dam Keller La Puce Liveryman Llitleport Rate Passy Scarlett Haidea Br f by Middle Park Lambourn Lua Nanery Girl Oliver Klddermlniter C by Vedette out of Auditors dam wild DajreU out of Rupee Tax Btradbrofce Foresight C by Vedette out of Plgslln C by Promised Land out of Breaitglrtb Ollead F by Qaeeo of the May Ch c Dundee outof Augusta A PLATKof 30 sovs winnen after the weighu are publiahed 7Ib extri about ball a To cloae and aame at eight oclock on Monday Tbe H DUTIES PIATI BTXXPLX CHiBI of 35 sovs four year olds lOst flve list six 12it aged 13st 71b winnen of any iteeple chaae of the value of 20 aovs or tbe winner of SO aon SO 100 281h extra any rider in race who ridden the winner of a handicap iteeple chaie 71b extra about three To cloee and name at eight oclock on Monday Tbe WKLTXB HATOICAP of 5 aon 2 ft winnen after the are declared 6lb extra gentlemen 61h extra one To cloae and name at eight oclock on Monday The WHITTUTGTOH STAKES of 5 eon with SO added foor year list five six ana aged 71b gentlemen to two miles and a half en the Did not and is to cloae and name at eight on Monday The BOBTVOETH BTIEPLX CHASE STAKES of 5 with SO added four year olds five list six and aged 31b winnen of any flat or hurdle in 18656 valne 60 aovs any sum over 69 aovs lOlb extra gentlemen riders about three milee and a hall over the Steeple Cease Polly Artli b aged Wild ROM Scotchman b 4 yn 4 yn 4 yn Lady Dawiou b 6 y 4 yn Tbe aged Croaa Country Con ductor h 4 yn Binocular 4 yn Mill Glasgow aged aged Queeniland b bx aged The 4 yn Mn Nagliton 4 yn Tbe BBIDPOBT HANDICAP o 3 aon 1 ft to the fund with 80 added about two To cloae at aeren April Tbe Belling Handicap PLATI of 30 aon the winner U be sold for 60 aon about two and a To cloae at April Tbe ILMIKBTXS Belling BTAIES of 3 aon 1 ft to the fund with 35 added lour year oldi Hit ilx and aged I3it the winner to be aold for 100 ion if for 75 aon allowed 60 30 Ulb about three oourae 8 The aged Tbe iged Marble aged I Tally aged Brandy Wine b bl I Ladbrooko aged King Trumpi b aged HATCH both three year olds Coventrys Land 8rt agst Hawkileyi WEDNESDAY SUBSCEIPTIOH PLATE of SO ion three year olai 7it four Bit five and Bit 31b A SWEEPSTAKES of 10 aovs each three year olds 7it four Sit flve and upwards 9st ilb the winner to be sold for 100 aon if ic A HAKDICAP of 10 son for three year oldj and upwardi A PLATE of 100 for two yesr olds which have never won 100 sovs colti ast fllliea 8st 71b lait half mile of The CsLUJCt STAKES of 60 lovj h for three year oldi colti 8st nlliei 8st 31b and 51h allowed Lady Fyfleld 51b F by Youoe Mel boarneout of Mow eriiia dead Tbe Blngl all Screamer B f by oat of Prtncena Koyal 51b F by Wild Darrell out of Rmlly 81b The PiSZT WILTIB ecp valne 100 by inb acription of 10 aon h ft winnen of any handicap after April 1 at nine 71b extra gentlemen proleeilon ali 61b extra one mile 11 igfl it Ib I age it Ib Lecturer 7 Radcllffe Alice Lee Life 11 Gordlan 0 1 Flexmore H 10 Uncas 9 Clatlord 9 afre st Ib Red E 0 11 A HUBDLS RACE HAKDICAP ol 3 aon each in caie of with 26 added winnen of any hurdle race alter April 1 at nine 71b extra about two over six it Ib AllceLee fi Marble Hill I Sir William 10 o 0 Foreign Stamp 0 Pelloi Orapeihot Carnbroe Havannan Vindicator Oldmlniter Sprite age it Ib I ace it Ib 11 Ace 6 10 I Trtumpb 6 9 I Fleimore 6 8 8 8 Full Bloom 0 7 Btrdof 0 9 8 HeJlce 0 KJnj aged I yn I The DoESETWrmi HAMDICAP of 10 ion 3 ft to the with 76 added winnen after the welghu are of 60 son 104 7lb extra about four st Ib I age st Ib Cortolrln 0 ttoatcncock 0 The 11 B I 10 10 ageitlb Lady 4 Lady Kobln aged ageu Forest Lui h 8 yn 8 yn 4 yn The Blave agit Mr PROGRAMME OF THE UYBBPOOL HUHT CLUB SFEINQ CTo commenoe at two oclock FRIDAY APRIL Tbe Huirr CltrB SPECTO DICAP of 10 aen h with 60 added of any after publication of tbe 7lh extra one aule and a an It Ib I age st Ib I sgB st ID I Wellealey I 4 I Mirry Harp o I Anchorite o The HELBU HAKDICAP of 10 b with JS Sided winnenof any race after pnblicatlon of the welghta 71h extra about two over eight sjri st Ib Tnpele o Ooldyiocki HOTLAKE HDKDLE BACE HAKDICAP of 10 aon h with 25 added two over eight To cloae witb Jfr at six oclock on Friday The WALLAOT PLATE ol the full ralne ot 100 added to a Handicap of 10 aon h ft aeeond to save win nen of any handicap after publication of 71b nd of the Liverpool Hunt Olub Spring Handicap thii year lOlb ageatlb 0 7 ageltlb 9 Tumult 3 THE HUNTING the secondtn that race 3lb extra but not to be aocnmu latlre abont one mile a Ig st Ib age st Ib Wild r Trapeze Arkansal 4 Merrv Harp Ooldjlocka 7 GrapMbot 11 agetlb Welletlej 10 8 Anchorite 0 The HOTLAXI BTTKPIJt OHASX HAJTOICAP of 10 fOTi eac MATCH 100 three Mr Grotvenori Oueits MATCH SO 7lbeacb two Hambroi Brown Bread agtt Mr Queiti A BWIBFSTAXZS of 50 h for three year old filliei SstlOlbeachmaideni at itarting allowed 51b 7 Red Riband i Hlppla Boadlcea HigbJand Blflter Beauty I MATCH h ft Oapt 4 tgvt Admiral SOQII Lady Bugle 3 7et MATCH hft both two year olds half mile of Hawkaleya EIQ de Sit agit Lord UxbridgeiEoll Call Tit TWTTRSDAY A BUBSCBLPTIOF PLATE of 50 aon three year oldBTit Sit five and upwards 4lb the winner to be aold for 300 IOVB it Ac if entered for 160 allowed Tib A PLATS of 60 son for three year oldj and upward The EIGHTH NzwTtftBKET BimnniL STAKES of 10 sovt with 100 added by the Jockey for four oolti Bit fllliea Gib Kartere for race in and not being placed flrrt or to be allowed 4lb in and in IMTbaideni before itarting allowed if they have never received 50 neoond hone tbe winoer of tbe Derby or Doncwter 8t Leger 7ib extra the tc receive a equal to 1C per cent on tbe whole and the third a mm equal to 5 per cent 68 tub Magician Actor Jenny Jumpi CuBtiloga Tbe Cartbuslan Tbe Chase Fair RMamond Danish Black Lady Ammunition KlUiecranVUc LiQy Tlolet Tbe Student C by Lord of the Isles of the ValJev Medallion Cberi paid La Dauphlne Gama I Monarch of the Bullflnch j The ABIBGDOS STAKIS of 60 BOVB h for two year old untriedB allowed Sib 61 b extra IjMt hall of 15 F by Leamington oat of SpliCvote Battler Maxeppa Mount Palatine Br c by Ktngawwn out of Ombra B c by Trumpeter oat of Ionics Weetwlck Kalibran The Prlmati The Peer Ooojerat Uiy Queen King Hal Ceylon Penelope Plotwell Simpleton Elf Lwchlel Zellca Ktagbound Robin Hood Paa de Charge Mootreee Iialestnan Tomahawi Woliey Wirwick Broiher to Guerilla Edith Aahdown OLodlator Tbe Admiral Gondolier Tbe Awaasln Tbe PEOGBAMKE OF THJBSK BPELNG THCKBDAY APBIL MOWBRAT BTAKIH of 10 BOVI h ft with 50 for two year oUU oolta Sit filhea and teldmai Sat 7lb winners onoe twioe elb extra starters twice without winning allowed thrioe 61b the second to save hia stake 10 Mr Pawsoni b f Queen of MrH DarleyB bf MotherNeasoam Mr Bells ch f Glenmoy Mr J ackisons co c by St Aibama out of Vlliaret Mr T Hamptons br f Affection Mr OfborneB br f Pero M r Oflboraca b f Ladj Allcaah MrJ P CravensBcotcbmatis Pride Mr HastennanB br f Cavendish Mr Beili ch c PU1 Moor TheHAMBLKDOH PLATKof 100 lovs winners of any handicap after March 27 at aix twioe 71b extra one PROGBAMME OF YOBS BTEEPLE APRIL ABiLViBTiA SKBVICB added to a BweepstakM of 2 sovs each lour year olds lOrt five list six and aged 12st 71b winners of any steeple chaie lOlb of one of 60 100 2ltb extrm thorough brwds lOlb extra in addition to other penaUlas the iccond U rroeire 6 wvi out at the stakes about three miles and a balf Little yn Tbe Major h sged dalo Comet iQ a aged King Dan h aged Plurality h 4 yri Violet b iyn Trie Captain h a Herculea b 6 yrs Wellington th b aged The HujfTKEfl PLATS of 80 added to a Sweep stakes of l aoveaeh 12steach the winner to sold for 60 wvi if entered fer 40 allowed 30 20 211b the aeoond to save bis stake about two milei 16 I Iiabei aged aged M agwl Widow Bob Eldley a tt Buntaman h a M 8 jn SO Hirkaway s yrs 40 Thi The aged aged 80 Maid of a 101 Blaihlng age stlb age stlb l Urania o Iti W It BfcylarlL 10 Bonesty 4 10 Treaiure B 9 Lvnn J 7 Blue Peter 1 Czar 4 r 6 of the 11 King Hal 4 Verdi b b 11 4 Fortunlo 11 Holiteln 3 Vulcan 10 7 8 John 10 age Bt Ib Vernon lo S Uttle 7 EBmeralda 7 Fair Wind 7 Derwenl 7 Deceit 7 B r by Mel bourne oat of DoraUoe 7 ull Sill h 6 yn llihnrer b aged an MChree t bi i The BOWBRBYPLATE of 26 winners of any Aicapafter March 27 at aix twice 7lb extra ipal ageat Ib Uon IS Lady of Cover 5 5 Wentwortb 10 B g by Fan 10 18 aiie st Ib u u Verdi h 10 C by Gamester Little Ann 10 Scotty 9 8 Brf by Muilld King at Waterben Mia ftilnna are st Ib tbo 8 8 C 8 a Bk f by Stiletto out of Dam sel Count Betthyanyi The Homing Star wrong Domination Batthyanyi Rosa Doretta Duka of Paplllon Sib John Dawions b f Nelly Bose of Hamiltons Clemence of Princes Mary ixarqui of BArUngiB Trarlata Mr Janet Rawcllffe Mr ch f Witchcraft Mr Paynes ch f Dulcet BAymarket Bothschlldi Poleaxe Boltykoffi Pyreneei Lord Stamfordl f by fltockwell out of Himalaya The OLAEET a of 200 won h for four year olds Sit fllliea Sit 61b tbe second to save hii atake D 6 c by I Blue Klband I Prince of dam by Teddlngton I Auguste I Eaca The ASKE PEODFCE STAKES of 60 son h for three year old celti Sat fllliea 7lb untrledi allowed Sib Charming Mav Sojur de Charlto f by Parmesan out T by Stockwell outof 17100088 Thyra 31b of TunKall paid Bead BarloU Sib 8WXEPSTAKE8 of 100 eon h for three year oolta filliei 6lb Tanban I WMrllglg I Taraban I I A 8WXXTBTAKZ8 of 25 aon for two year oldi colti 8at 51b last half of 9 suba Cant Glolre de Dijon I Cant HawLsleyl Eau de Tie xiftrA niasffows br f SUtarto Klnt of NewcMtle s epeculum Mr Witchcraft The HUKT Cup of 60 in the winner to receive second 10 four year lOit five Kx and aged 12atSlb once a winner of any raoe or rteeple chase twice thrice four times allb extra starters three times In hooters itakei and never won allowed five times 7lb pe nalties and not accumulative gentlemen riden only abeut two miles and a B g by Lord Fancon 4 6 yn dam by Profei 4 yn Jack 4 yrs 4 yn aged Marksman zllb ex Don 6 yn vri Tbe Miller e jn 6 yn John aged MiM 4 yn a yn 4 yn Prince 8 yrs B yn 6 yn aged yn Mlsi 6 yn The MkMBtBB PLATE of 25 added to a Belling Btakea of S aon each three year olds four five 9st itx and aeed lOat the winner U be aold for 160 son if entered for 100 aon allowed 80 60 20 2Slb abeul one To cloee and name on Wedneeday SCDBBT HAKDICAP of S aon with 20 for all agea tbe winner to be aold for 30 aon To cloae and name before ten oclock on Tbunday and the to be pnbllahed Tbe THIESK HAKDICAP of 6 aon 1 ft to tbe with 100 added winnen of any handicap of 100 aon clear after age stlb age st Ib raDtze s 8 11 Needle 4 latfird 8 Lively 1 Vild Charley 7 Little 0 Htnrr OOP of 25 added to a of 3 aon each three year olds four five 12it lix and 12it 71b once twice lolb extra gentlemen riden two To close by eight oclock on Wedneaday Tbe TEEDEOAB SnJJKG STAKES of 5 sovs with 25 added the winner to be aold for 100 aon three year four 9it 7lb flve six and aged lOtt 21b If entered to be Nr SO son allowed 60 40 20 20lb about one To cloae on Wedneaday The OPEK BTEEPLI OHASE HAKDICAP of 5 aon 2 ft if de clared with 60 added winnen of any handicap ateeple chaie value 60 aon after March 21 at ten twice or of 100 lOlb extra the aeoond to aave about three age stlb Sir Bobby 10 Cabin dam 3lb Mlai Euaabeth lb Flight March 27 at aix twioe lOlb extra abont one mile and aix age st Ib age It Ib 10 Cora 9 Maggie Blue Peter Bracken Capltola Plougfaboy LsnyUte Bundeelab India e Olmar 0 Treasure 9 Begnm I Sir 6 4 Holitala QCld Honenlsh 10 tbe aeoond to lar age it Ib Tolcan Vernon 8 Betique Deceit 0 0 18 Fair Wind 11 Bf by Mel 9 bourne outof 9 Dorallce MATCH K tt Srt 1Mb each laet half of Lord West morlandi S Lord Dr 4 The QulDfB PLATI of 10eg three year 7at r tn lOat aix and lOat 81b j A Pun ol 60 aon for three year oldi and Hew APULTKof 50 two year three allowed Sibthe winner to be aold for 600 aon il for 100 allowed 91b 11 not ler sale Ib extra A BwTOrrAna of 10 Km for two year Sat the winner to be eold for 100 ion Uat half of Tbe STAID of 100 aon h lor four year oldi coin cat fllliea Sat and not naceed in tbe Claret obyToxopUllteoal I Rattle I Tbe Peer of dam I Freedom 1 Tbe BMaUi4W03i BTAJUB ef 50 eon h for three year aide mlalAr ftlliei bat Ob Sib and 6lb allowed a stoodmeDa Ha TbaarngtallUcreemer LUdepondlt ofYmllySi lorltoee year oUt TbeSnvxa Cop of 60 aon four year lOat five list six 12st aged 12it 121b the aeoond tor the Hunt Cup 51 b extra winnen ef any race or steeple chase once twice three four 2llb extra itarten three in Btakee and never won allowed flve times nb penaltiea and not aimmnlarive gentlemen riden only about one mile and three Heteisyn 6 yn Word of aged Jyn 8 yn 4 yn 1 S yn I Tbe c yn yn I yn i 5 Jack 4 yn Syn fi yn Mta 6 yn Auron 4 yn 4 yn aged 4 yn Don 8 yn aged B e by Lord dam by Pro 4 yn feaeor 4 yn Tae BOBOUOH BTAKXS of three 1 with IS added two year 7at three tat four lOat flve and up wards lOat Ulb and allowed Sib baring started twioa and not wen allowed thrioe Tib th winner to be aold for 100 aon If entered for 60 aon allowed SO Ulb straight balf To doee and name before ten oclock on Wedaeaday The FALCOK PLATS CHandlean of CO aon winnen of any ban dleap nine son attar March J7 at aix of any other raceSb extra straight hall at Ib j g it I Verdi h b dr 11 Gear I u I atayoew r 4 Panaol u Bolftaln Blue Peter 4 I J 11 Oalnan 4 I Vnnoo 11 I I Verity Weotwont TuJcan Lie Hmmas BTXXFU CHAM BTATIS of 3 sovs with 25 addedfour year olds five list six and aged 12st wianen of any ateeple of one of 60 sovs lOlb extra thorough bredi 71b extra in addition to other penal U ei maideni having itarted three timei in a rteeple chaae without winning allowed 61b the second to save his itake gentlemen profeationali 71b extra about Ihree miles and a hall l Steeple Chase 7 Snowball 7 Blrdoffii Llttla Peter 0 FJlantfowa 0 I Lottery ageatlb 7 4 10 7 7 age It b Peep of Day 7 7 Lazy Buues b 7 BOUTHDOWN HTTHT STZZPLE AyBtt Busan OPIK STEEPLE OHABE HAK DICAP of 6 aon 2 ft to the with 50 added after the publication of the 7lb extra the aeoond to save about three and a Sir Ino ageitlb age it Ib 0 Maerachium 13 Queen of the e The 7 age st Ib 10 4 4 4 Wedding 0 Blue 0 Warwick 10 0 aged 5 Diana b 5 yn The Witch h aged Fly by Night b B Bryan h sged aged Miss aged or SHIBE HHHT AND 71b extra 0 B Rerioui 4 1 1 Harold pd I The BUSSEI STAKES closed with 13 subs and the HUKT with The FARHIBS did not TneOPEH clased with 13 Trains leave London at CITREAQH Unfortunately for the iuooeii of the April Meeting it with prerenting many bookmaken who are in tbe habit of regularly attending the Curragh from putting in an At the beginning of the aeason it is difficult to lelect winnen for the four handicaps clowd but we will endeavour to make our pick aa beat we may under the The firtt ItMlf for for which a aoore out ol the nominated cried hut Alice haring paid forfeit and CoulequiOoute the number and Bed the flnt and in I ho1 Ber Monday Salt Krlday High it i peat IL Blr Saturday at IL Button at WblteLlou Saturday Tueaday week Oakhlll at Wednesday at IL Monday Wednavlv Jutwood Saturday Bllchester Tneeday Thun White Hart Fndsj Westrop Uorton Wednesday Saturday Menmanb it Spout Friday at Ulaciiore Tuesday Hone MIJ Friday Stag Saturday Batcombe Bramham Low Wedneaday The Boot and Friday Saturday Church Monday week CheshireMonday Alton Tueaday Cnwe Thunday Wren bury Friday hcllorton Satimlay Mlckledale at Clip Thursday Lazenby at I pait tiydmonton Wednesday Siturday Talgn Heuie Inn ChrittowX Friday Gooditona Monday week New Inn Thunday week Furaely near at i to Fir WedneKlay Friday Plawiworth atj past Dorset Monday Thunday at Terllng Haylelffb Arms to it Eiaet TheMonOav Friday al IL Kssex and Friday Llaydon it EarlMonday Brampton Bulls Wedneeday Hootoo Roberta Friday Wlckenley at i pait Blatherwlck Wedneaday Bulwlck Friday Croaiway at HIuattr Thundiy Halfway Saturday Blyth Law Friday Wargrive Wednesday Luckley Friday taturday I vast Duke Cowperi Wedneiday Tile Fri Burton Tueiday Thunday Burton Friday Melbourne at tip Saturday NorthiJ at MrWednesday Saturday Jlngleby KenV KasSTuesdiy Tyler FrtJiy at pait WeatTUMday Thundv Saturday Greenitreet at i to Monday Leather at fllifhleedon Wedneaday Acton Friday Balls Wedneiday Bricket st LolloirTuesaay Thursday Mary Baturdiy Hopton TUB FBINCE OF WiLESS Tbis pack finished their seaaon on Thunday with a Tho fixture waa at Mr Edward Aldridgel Farm at and Tbe Bake wai tbe stag Hii Boyal Mr Fitzmauriee hii tbe of Sranvllle and and many of the gentlemen wbo uiually bunt with Her Majesty1 were After partaking of tke powder at Mr Aldridgel the party moved away to a farm cloae to tbe where tbe deer Ha went away at a clipping and after a run of two houn and a wai taken at Chalfont St Hil Boyal Highneaa aad Mr Fitzmauriee wbo are botb very straight riden kept their until tbe We are glad to learn that a known in tbe bunt the of again in oil after a broken collar WHJiIAKSS MB SDITOB In aniwer to Mr paragraph on the above 1 beg to aay that I consider the penou wbo sent to yonr journal the account of tbe extraordinary and un seaaonable with these above wu juitiued in no ouer bant tbeae With all due deference u the Hon Hill and fine pack ef otter they cannot be said to bunt the Wye and ita trtbntariei in tbe common sense of the word hunt they were it Rbayader last first time that I can hear of for the last twenty and 1 think I am right when I say they do not hunt Ithon a tributary of mec in rrery As to Ihoie four otten living till the legitimate seaaon comes tbe following statement of the they would have to go through before that time justified me in capturing them by fairly bunting them from the Wye to their bolt up in Nanuanh for the purpose of teaching my young they are expected to un dertake in the summer Otton meet with dingen somi few milei below where a fox hunter and salmon nn serrerpaya so much per head for their When they get aa far down aa and take a turn up that are again laid for I can prove to my Tbe seaaon before but we were otter bunting in the tactnamed and considered ounelrae near to a when we suddenly came to a ana were told that a keeper bad that morning trapped an otter In exact where we Last seeaon on the same property one of my best a barrier had her leg broken In I trap In the and had to be If otten are lucky enough to get a short distance below Builth then they very frequently ale In tbe same but I do not allude to Captain De Wtntona portion of the With theae before and an object in I think we bad a claim to the four If the Hon or any other lived in the county with otter and regularly huntod then I should interfere with that branch of March EVAK Tbe above was In type lait hut wai aocideutly crowded APRIL MoKMOCTHSinBE HAKDICAP of 10 sovi 3 ft to the fund If declared by eight oclock on Wed needay with 40 added winnen after March 21 at ten 71b extra about one mile and a Igastlb Arabia 13 B Oitv anu ouDuruaw wo B provided be U allowed to come but having been backed Eearily for the Derby the party may rawre him for hi more important Abercorn not yet ihownta pub year but is now all and troubleaome cummer to NeUton Kenil and The Hackler we may Whitworth showed a ooodtum of in race with Dunaany for the LordLieo Snanfa and il not to dugraoe parentage on uare eocepted for the Kildere Hartahorn with Sat Ulb and if in the same form as last year il bound to prow In July Uit Ueltonl good form when be wen the Carlow and ran a good second to FlrBate at BeUewrtown and we shall look to rie Traveller Friday at t to MrTuesday Moor Friday Oxton at eJ Stooey Saturday Hatchet Gate Monday Deer Park Thuraday Weaton aa Friday Creswell BrUge Ploujb and Friday at Wednesdiy Brampton Friday WMkly Hall Saturday at 1 gaornMonuay Tueeday Copt Saturday Monday Moreton Raturday at Friday Wnltton at Monklelgh Tueaday Buckland TnursdiT Bradswortny Saturday Bntheron VU otMondv Wedneauay Croiton agastlb Colleen 9 9 The 0 age stlb Sprite 1 0 4 0 Tbe BBTKDEEWXK HrraDLE BACI with a puree added to be ridden to four year Bva Hat fix and ued Ust thoae bred In the county allowed 6lb about two mileaorer aix To cloae by eight oclock on Wednea day FBIDAY LADtES PLATE Handicap of 40 aon after March 21 at ten 71b extra about three quarters of a amstlbl ageitlb npeee Little 0 LlberUne wWCbartey 7 Arabia 11 I 10 4 10 LlTily ot 10 TheOLYTHA BTEEPU OHASE PLATI of 60 four year olda flve llat six and aged 12rt to be ridden by or who hare never ridden for hire if ridden by jockeys lolbextra about three To cloee by eight oclock on Wedneeday The LLAKDttO BELUKB PLATE of SO son the winner to be aold for U entered for 28 eon allowed 7lb three four Sst flve aix and aged 2lb marea and geld ingi allowed Sib about one To on Thuraaay Tie HAKTOEB STEEPLE OHASE PLATE Handicap of 60 aon winnen after March 21 at 7lbcxtra about two Wellington for nd from the will be productive of oonal dKable although tbe weight on Sellm appean from fintclaai perYorm the haadicanper oould hardly give him Mr Oockin haTaeeoond in and he may be the one The King 7lb for the beating Bellm Irish Derbr and tbe distance here being It will moat Ukelyluit Mr Bt nag Tbe three will have Uttle eaanoe of competing with the receiv ing as they do neb a imall amount of unleee Bhifrual to tbeir reecue uid the rue to fie be tween Mr Oockina eeleoted and Mr B Seorge The moat interealing feature in tbe weekl U loe y b no tlxtoln hare aocep Bee the lot witb and with this we cannot stand Clarence il nre to travel the Elastic will aure to be handy at the The reporte from Kildare state that the are and tbe course in capital FBOOBAKKZ OF CTJKBAQH APBJL APEIL BCCEET STAKES of 5 son 1 ft to the with 25 added Anglesey To cloee at the aame time and place Her Majestys te be declared at nine oclock on Monday HXB PLATE of lOOgi three year olds Tst four 9it five nx and aged lOat 21b two ml the Tfi Frluw Pill Tueaday Oare Tnuraday Puthall SondS Sa turtay Bougbton at t past Idanni loor at and i Sir Bobby Cabtn The Cut age at Ib I age st Ib I age it Ib T 10 I 0 a 11 I The 0 a II 1 Colleen Full Bloom 0 0 I I Tbe MoiMOUTHJUUHA HmrT BmTLI CsASI Oup ol SO ion lor bnnten llet each about three To cloee by eight oclock on Wedneday nifht HUHT PBOGBAJOtE OF THE rMTjTH WOLD LOTJTH STZEPLB CHASES APEtt HUKTEBS BTAKEX of 5 aon with 60 added tbe second tn save stake tour year eldi llat 41b flve lix and aged UM Tib thorough 71b extra winnen of a steeple cbaee twice lOlb extra abont four B b by Lambtnu h Voluntear b 4 yn tyn Iranboe h bx jn Mayflowv b yn biased Jack of b Yarborougn h TheOarrTD Hmrr STAID of S aon wtth 30 added three rearolda our llal aix and ajred Uet 71b abont three milee 11 Feet entraaoe lor beaten in the prorided they are duly yn BaSelfTyn I vaauleu tao Ladyof the Tale h bX gnean Mab h bx yn 4yn VolanliM t yn BatarOy h i yn Bkndln n Tarberaufhthbxtyn Tbere a Sccxrr ol wtth aon added catch orer ebool two To cloeimmediately after The MADBUJ BTAKXS Handicap of 15 aon 6 lor two year witb 300 added the aeoond to aare atake win nen extra Bathbrlde Post atlb stlb Eanllworth 1 Tbe S 8 Moaqulto Bed 0 FltiIyau t 0 jugof Punch Nelaton 10 Knight of T 7 4 Lady Mowbray BiackJack QranuaUe Couta qal Coute deadl st Ib 4 4 4 0 U Wood Banger Tbe Bcmrsr CoaTjrTHiAV BTAXES of 5 Kin witb 25 added three year oleU lOet four Hit and aged last alb tbree year oldi never having woa 60 aon allowed four fire six and aged IJlb If entered to be eold for 100 eon allowed 75 50 25 17lb and geldingi allowed Sib Angleaey To cloee and name at eight oclock oo Keoday Tbe HAJTDICAP of 5 with 60 added winnen of 100 eon after tbe publication of the 7lb extra Watcrtord Poet Bib age stlb Bartahorn 111 Impatience II BUereCame 8 11 Alexandra 0 Allan a Dale Murlad 0 BenltnUon 4 MAJESTJS PLATE of Jorjrnarei three lOst age at Ik 1 0 0 eyear 1U t Tst lour 9st fire six and aged olda 7at loor M tner to be aold lor 3SO eon If lor two A PLATK of SO aon three yi Mb the wfi 100 eonaDowed 60 35 JUb of eoBeo since year LordMonday Klnjerby Wood ito torkand AlntfyMonday Manton FrSylfunApnleton Saturday Fill al Dule Tbunday Satur I past II Taeaoay SWdou II Friday Holmes Welt Monday week KenneH Blccarton Saturday IL Tueaday week Bolton Saturiay Bally e ek I El BoyneMonday The ThuriUay at It irjrC wSlowTueaiay V dnlyillBeUieKn snce exra rrid that hare nerer woo 60 aon at one time aUowed lour to be carried THX HOLDZZKESS tbe 26tb nit tbeae met at Cliff after a geod we are sorry to stale that on their coming te Deep a covert belonging to Mr of Bishop one of the meet enthnaiaarlc rapportera picked np a trap wilb part of a foot In and which be carried to tbe when anddenly a fox viewed and almoat aa and denly and to tbe astonishment of all in the part of tbe foot In tbe trap exactly fitted tbe lame foot of tbe After what we heard at tbe beginning of Ibe of dog in this it la tbe more to be regretted that a gentle man ao well known la sporting drelei ibonla allow neb practlcee THE HUHTS1CAH AST THE Hippy tbe man whose lot it il A sprightly steed to free from with gay compeen Qallop on track A poet wrote that dlimal Care The horseman behind A flb he bold Borrow to the Tbe soldier lesds a Jolly If fighting to Bit mind And be nor the tollaome march Nor kindred left Tbe leadi a jollier itlll What joy all day to Follow onei game oer plain and At night trot gaily home Tn warfare grim tbe soldier holds That everything ii fair He iprlngi a fellowi fine By hundreds into The huntsman good wont let luch rule Apply to sylvan war He his gaane from covert And givee him ample Tbe soldier feell a itormy joy In battlel smoke and din He strikes to make his enemies And victory to The huntsman glows with equal Though to hell Ai in tbe chase he headlong And ipun the brush to The soldier knows a triumph high Wben foemen ny or Ansl proud he mid conqring Upon th enaanguind field Yet mult hii glow of triumph be To a sense of sorrow As be looks and leea the ground With carnage ovenpread And feels how many brave have died To crown with bays his The huntsman hu bia triumph pulled down on the Fleet Reynard long hunts By hounds In fair chaie Bat gallant have net died fin victory to supply Tbe of men in mortal Dont drown triumphcry cheer blithe and clear meet a fox should Sedet poat equltem alra SDTTOK HOBSE bone at Button was held on March Tbe judgee were Mr of Buehby Hill Mr of Wood Hall and Mr of Ltadley Ae flnt prize of for the for getting hunten was awarded to Mr Mstlonal of going to Mr Shaws Mr Ooodlaail md Mr Hudsons Plccador were Tne of for the belt roaditer stallion the second of goleg to Mr Bmltb I IT Halls Merry and Mr Slpaon s werToommended while Mr All Foun highly COB A prize of for the road Ber mwe 01gelding above 14 bands won by a belonging to Mr CornxeHAK HOBSE SHOW annual show wai heU on Friday March at in a field belonging to Mr Orowtber There ware two new Tiaeks snd The flnt prize for hacki won by Mr ot the aecond going to Mr of The tnt orixe offered for the beat stallion for kunters wai won by shown by Mr of Skipton the going to Mr HoUneas National The nnt and second prizes lor road war awarded respectively u Mr Young Charlie and Mr The were Mr of Bip Ungham and Mr Oxtoley and Mr of EAST BcrroLK annual dinner of this hunt took place en Monday at A numeroni party la 91JmMMt in honour of tbe worthy Mr TD Qaaft Great Weatern Railway Company will run a special to tbe nearest station for the Fridays leaving Paddington at John Ooddard leaves tbe Blcester on tbe lit of snd will be open to an engagement after that We are reqveaud to state that the sale of the Herefordshire will not take AXATXUB ATHLETIC Tbe for the Professional Handicaps np to going le preaa are l50 Brown of Mancherwr 4 Hough of MlllenbsJl Whittle of the Hurlt of London W Turner of London Tyrrell of the Mile Lang of Manchester of Genevan of Dublin Brighton of Norwich Foil particulan will appear In oor edition of the 12 90J to so 90 to 91 OonaoU for Money May 9 Ml OOLEBTDQIS Sandard of Saturday Wi to state that tbe iMtruction to the commiUM i Improvement of tbe
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