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London Nimrod (Newspaper) - December 16, 1827, London, Middlesex WITH THE NEWS OF THE A RICH RECORD OF REAL AND 157 DECEMBER PRICE BUNTING APPOINTMENTS FOR THE The Worcestershire hounds meet on at Bredon at near Hanbnry and at Cor se day at halfpast The fixture at Corse Lawn has been postponed pfte week in consequfcUCe of the Kennel not being Boycotts hounds will meet on Tuesday at at half past ThVWarwiekkhire hounds meet on at Austy at half past Danseys mnet on at Westhide at Wormelaw Tump at Barpes Turnpike at Ferney Hail at Berrington at Onibury at day at The Shropshire hounds meet on at Shawbury White Gates at Twemlows at Sundorn day at halfpast Myttons hounds meet on at and at day at halfpast The Chejrtire hounds mcei on at Kinderton at WjarrnirighatoMill at Cemberinere at Wrenbury dfey tti halfpfcst Sir tfhowaB Stanleys foxhounds meet on at The Cottesmore hounds will meet on at Grimsthorpe House at Owston Wood and at day at a licfore Earl FitzwjlUamV boundswill meet OB at at and at day at The Earl of Scarboroughs hoAtrids will meet on at Clay worth Village at tangold and at LoSmd Hall day at halfpunt i at Torksey HarjpBwell and at Burton day at The Karl of Hareweode fox hounds willmeet at Hare wood Bridge at Kippax Park and at ttay at fam hounds will meet at on TheSoaaersetfox hoitinda will meet on at Anhcott Wood atBuncoinbe meet on and at Eggesfprd at East Wor lingtont Bridge at ftleshow The Gbnbck Barters will meet on Chisehbury Mill Couwet The Brooksitle harriers on Mondapv Kbwmatket Hilli ai AaacomM the ahemnte the perbjJs Qne JoHiffeVhpunds will eight maes frp miles fromJCjtoy The meet Ott Dee at three miles from Groydonij at ten Croydon and ht Crowns Aah eight from Croy halfpatt His Majestys will meet on Monday at Maidenhead and A main of Chickens was fought on Monday Tuesday at the Pit in between of Mid dlesex and the gentlemen of Suisex which terminated as First 2 2 Second Main If 2 litres One Bye battte B 4 Main 2 On Wednesday a Welsh main wasfought at Harry Goomes Pit in by eight Ghickensy which afforded mueb aid the prize was erentually carried off A main of Chickens will oe fought at flke Pfy on Monday nud Tuesday Itth and 18th be tween the the of for fire i for The new The for Warwick jnithe In in a t Amnual fltod i s off the of state of days1 will commence onthe e FANCY FOB TEOS at JjR a for Truity and to he made The first days play between Ryder and Jerryf will take his benefit at the in Blackmoor Clare Thai ma minster Billy Chinato draw the badger ftt to take place between W at got by Bill Hemminess redii property of in Bainbridge China at the West eight and Benefit at the Tennis llanation is expected named ed late the W the Borough HBV The third a for thf fight between Truaty and made good onMonday a Frank Red mond Eren Inthe Heltoy in to take place at open fight any 2llb pr at within the WA past two and the fallowing U the f Drawing a chaise otAmile Walking onrr1 Running Trundling a hoop a mile Running tor wards i a Vat a backwards1 half a oo at half The S ilver Cup given Ardrpssan Coursing Club was run for over part of Lord rn the Btirony pf on theSOth and tlife Mi The running was as FIKST McAllisters b Beauty beat Jamiesons d Oscar Hamiltons d Toby beat Macfadzeans b Dora Morriss d Harrjr beat Patricks b Browns d Loo beat Captain Morriss l Merlin Morrisad Dusty beat Fouldss b SBCOND Browns Loo beat Hamiltons Toby McAllisters Beauty beat Morriss Harry Captain Morris s Dusty a THIRD Browns Loo agst Morriss decided Beauty a consequence of the Chase between Loo and Uiwty being were again when Bfowria Loo beat Loo agst MAlUsters Thia Chase could not be and the dogs were again Browns Lino beat MAllisters and won the The sport was COURSING The Cup was won by Vivians blue b The Guineas by Crippsa black h The Derby Stakes by Goodlakes bj and wh d The Oaks Stakes by Sir W b The Tilshead Stakes First Class by Biggs fawn d Belronu The Tilsbead Class by Cockburns blue b The Beacons Hill Coursing Meeting is fixed for Monday His Royal Highness of Gloucester enjoyed some excellen sport hist week in the at accompanied by Sir R General Colonel Major Captain Standen and On Thursday andFriday 140 head of deer principally bucks were removed hi vans from Denn to Bushy to increas the stock of his Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence a few of them 1 be turned out in his Majestys Park at The project o tcuring them in the toils wasvery About 30 of the Roya ukes keepers assisted on the Eventually by ono THE TURF FOR Number of Races with the amount of several horses named By Merlin Merchant won Derriae By Marmion Master Henry Militiaman Milo Mountebank LofVQ Malcolm Arabin Garcia Oiseau Orville U Souvenir won Partisan Mameluke won roan colt out of Donna Clara Pwtlnui Paulowitz 88i j Paul Pry won Pavilion 5 Pendulum Perey 3 Pericles 6 15 9 t i Stock of the MATCH AGAINST beautiful match took place on Wednesdor near Enfield between a gentleman well known in the sporting and for one hundred guineas A The match to trot two gallop two drive two miles each having only one run two and walk forwards two the whole of which both gentlemen undertook to do within one for another bet of one hundred Owing to the unfavour able state of the and the privacy with which the match had been the ground was but thinly but the betting was uncommonly from the known celebrity of both gentlemen the odds were onlj 5 to 4 against the and 5 to 4 on the was freely taken by the friends of The was done on a two mile piece of 6 64 6 2i2 8 2 12 4 15 58 47 7 15T 6 44 840 0 24 56 59 255 16S5 7026 out of 8275 ain 30 The Catterick Races next yfear commence ket Craven Meeting will on the The finest stag hunt ever witnessed iir tKe New Forest took place on Friday The hounds met at Opmptorts Manor House at half past and drew the cover to Furie where a stag was which immediately took course through different occasionally deviating fnfn a riglii 1o the bordets of Beanlieu Manor taking a short the proceededloxWtfc where the hounds came shortly after the stag was secured at the head of the mill principally tKe active assistance of Major Rose and whose promptitude was gresJJy applauded by a of whoin were the General Sir Hussey and many of Sir George Rose who are now sojourning two in the The un occupied nearly Tuesday a yoUnj man of the name of known for a wager of to fair toe and from the foot of Londonbridge to Greenwichv Old in tiiirtytwo The pedestrian had not the choice of the joad Wi should the match beingniade on condition that he should proceed throughthe Borough up to the Elephant and along the high road to and on arriving there he should be allowed to take the nearest cut Old i weather exceedingly unfavourable a quantity of rain having fallen during the made the road in state for walking ing all the starting was 5 to 4 in his Two sporting genKemeri accompanied the pedestrian in a onehorse chaiser to see everything The the pedestrian had to walk was about four miles and a and although he made the most exertions to win the matcbj he ultiroatelv lost it bv rive At flie conclusion of the waft he appeared much eightoared boats took place on our in consequence of a challenge College to the rest of the part ojT4he race crew of the University boat made a greatinsplay of and gained considerably on thew to be the general expectation amongst the spectators on be in favour of the but the steady skill Johns crew finally and they sbwynhead 6f iheir leaving them some gSned the victory with much apparent this iftattih eldtedT very great interest voung numbers of whom Orowdedlhe bank to witness the and encouraged thui r respective parties by their ACCIDENTSTO Pettits Tom Tit and Colonel Corkscrew are both unable to stir from It Will be yiat they both broke at the Beccles last singular Miss also almost immediately on getting injury It is almost that three horses out of six should be entirely spoiled in two PIGEON pigeon match took place on tween eight gentlemen of the Union and eight gentlemen of the New Ashton for five hundred guineas a The terms of were six birds twenty yards distance prie smgle barrelteJ charge not exceeding two best blue the match took place on Maidenhead The Ashion Club killed and Union POACHER man named residing at Low Mopfr near and who was one of theparty of the poachers in the late shocking affair at the jwatorSir diedl on Friday We hear notwithstanding the dreadful termination of the late bodies of poachers still frequent the to Carry Oieir lawless By referring to a map of we see that our friends the Russians are at the ancient capital of Tauris is about 300 miles from where the Persian we is at and where he holds his At forty miles a it would take the about eight days to march from Tauris to From Teheran to the capital of the distance is about 300 marching at the rate we could reach IspahM in about eight days more from Teheran p provided there wete the Gossacks might be in from in 16 date of thelast despatches of the Russian General from T the Persians not have made a peace on the terms dictated to tl friends the it would not surprise us if the next thing we i lear of would be the arrival of the Cossacks at or even Ispahan is from 700 to 1000 miles from our possessions in the Epst We should think that the holders of East India Stock will be for giving this Russian inarch into Persia a Two remarkable articles have appeared in the Times this onthf subject of the Turkish The one is a long narration of the produced in the by the news of the oattle pf Navarinp professes to he derived from mercantile but of its authenticity know The other is a squeamish complaint Wellington for impugpjrig the conduct of Ministers in this wl statement has been denied papers without we faow in at least to be not answer fpn His Grace does and pointeoW duct of and we can tell them one which their hirelings are hot yet suffered to that the Noble j immediately on the meeting of Parliamentytnake the same dec tion openly in his And this is another reason which induces usto recommend Government to postpone till the latest possible tha assembling of Parliament Gazette
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