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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cheltenham, on the Cotswold Hills,' lies been sold by Mr. Richardson Gardner, M.P., to Mr. a Baring Biniham, of Prestbury Park and Charlton, Chel- 'e- teulam. ihe price given is said to be £76,000., inclusive Y. of the contents of Subscribers-only content

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    beat Blaier Jack (I) 'Hope Yet beat Nap 0 Knowledge bt January Stormn Mester Sefton, a bye. Balcbristie bt Prestbury Park xV. Strong Heart beat Bell Moral Coronet beat Greystoke Park a Todlaw Dene beat Reindeer Ea-Judge beat Master Sefton Subscribers-only content

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    Password I Ltl beat llalf.Heartedl Margate heat George Knight Run Forward beat George Page Newsboy beat Dorset ICathedral boat Prestbury Park Robina beat Clytogarib Lara beat Rival IL V. Olen Islay beat Margate Lutha beat Run Forward Newsboy beat Rohina Subscribers-only content

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    in training for the past eight dams, and will be disbanded to-day. On arrival on the drill- ground at Prestbury Park, the regiment was put through a series of field movements, which were executed with remarkable precision, and then the Subscribers-only content

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    Wigton ; Lauighing Stork, s of d Ciserley Boy. 2nd, 415., by the Wolverhamupton Local Committee. Edward Piolllissore, of Prestbury Park Farm, Clieltesalisma, chestnut, lbreederunkenown: 5 Life Boat, d Lygonia. aof d Pantaloon. '3rd, £10o. by the Wolverhamptonl Local Corn. Subscribers-only content

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    Height 15 hands 3 inches. Sire Knight of Kars - dam by Lambton. -Seond, £10. Exhibitor: Mr. E. PlillIEmore, Prestbury Park Farm, Chelteuhain Breeder: J. G. Watkins, Esg., Onibersly, near Dreitwiohb Chestnut filly. Sire, M- boat; damn, Lygonia, by Pantaloosi-Thlrd Subscribers-only content

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    virlagst Dlr. hidtley's Itun Back n r. Ingietfn's Little Surprise agst Mr. ]Bucitliorp's Bonny 5I0, 1 101. Isis. Whliteheadl's Prestbury Park agst hMr. Oxford's Agnes 11. d MIr. Ysto's Islack Jack IiL ngst Mr. Williams's Adroist l. . Itsr. Cotterill's Subscribers-only content

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    All-Ages; fr. Whitehiad's Prestbury Park best Mr. Parbury's Scrutator bMr. lidley's Suppliant beat AMr. Quihasrpton's Quin Mr. l'nrbury's Siloene beat Mr. Hlme-Purves's Skipping Rope Mr. Clift's Celandinno beat Mr. Long's Glen Criffel Is.I Suppliant beat Prestbury Park [ Silence beat Subscribers-only content

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    on May 19, and lie has promised to review the Gloacestershire 1-fUsoars on the morning oF the 20th, in Prestbury Park. ]ivorces are getting quite fashionable in Scotland. The number of decrees granted last year by the Court of 'Session Subscribers-only content

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    Plough Hotel, where he was the guest of tbe officers of the regiment at luncheou; lIe afterwards proceeded to Prestbury Park, and inspected the regiment. At the close of the inspection the men were drawn up in square, and briefly Subscribers-only content

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    guests of Mrs. Meynell-Ingramn at TempLe 2Newsam. The Duke of Cambridge is to review the Royal Gloucestershire Hussars in Prestbury Park, near Chelten- ham, on Thursday, the 24th, and on the foilowing day his Royal Righness will inspect the Shropshire Subscribers-only content

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    agst Mr. L. Collin ns Mr. W. Bell's Cannobie L:e. Mr. J. Dodd's Drumbargb agst Mr. W. Baring Binegham's Prestbury Park. Mr. .T. Bow na Limestone agst Mr. D, J. Pater- son's Onara. Mr. W. Bartholomew's Pulchristia agst Mr. H. Subscribers-only content

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    Storm, off 200 to 5 - Cremorne II., off 60 to 1 - 'Teleiuaohos, Oef 50 to 1 - Prestbury Park, off 0id to 1 - Limestone, off 6i; to 1 - Jralchristie, off 50 to 1 - Coronet, t Subscribers-only content

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    Alick Burn (1). General Graham beat Bird-on-the-Hop. Knowledge beat Raby Stag. Fordham beat Spennithorne. January Storm beat Cremorne II. Prestbury Park beat Telemachus. Belchristie beat Limestone. Coronet beat Whitlaw Burn. Billy Fairplay beat Extravagamne. South Northumberland beat FurieueFrank Greystoke Park Subscribers-only content

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    Reindeer beat Cotheridge. Lodlaw Done beat King Henr. Harnham beat Border Jack (1). Knowledge beat January Storm. Balochristie beat Prestbury Park. Coronet beat Billy Fairplay. Graystoke-Park stands ia-q0,14th Xotklia berland (dr.). Ex-JTudge beat Mitford.. Hope Yeo beat Nap. Master Sefton, Subscribers-only content

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    by Ptermigan-Sister' to Nellie Miller, a9gt zSruDloy'e ooesil.b" Mr. Graves' George Hyde, by Discontent- Puling Peg, agst Mr. Biugham's Prestbury Park, by Merchautman-Mainhatch. Mr. Lea's Lens II., by Herrera-Polly, agsb Mr. Pitt's Palmist, by Mistertou-Pigeou. Mr. Binghabm's Pretty Puss, by Subscribers-only content

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    Lady Clyton. Hicks Pasha beat Loon. George Page beat Buckingham. Cathedral beat Black Jack II. Bright Eyes beat Azim. Prestbury Park beat Parcels Post (1). Woodford bea;t Lena II. Tristan beat Glen Maid. !Lara beat Lang Syne Belle of Sidmouth Subscribers-only content

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    beat George Knight. Newsboy beat Dorset. Robina beat Clytoaartb. Lutha beat Half-hearted. Run Forward heat George Page Cathedral beat Prestbury Park. Lara beat Rival II. v. Glon Islay beat Margate. Newsbov beat Robina. Lutha beat Run Forward. Lara beat Cathedral. Subscribers-only content

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    COURSING. -THE MONEYGLAFSS MEETING. Preside t-Captain IHamilton Jones.' Vice-president-Earl of ilmioroy. Committee of Mainagrement-Capttain H~alpailton Jones, James Sands, Henry C. Mann, Bernard O'Kame, John Doris, Thormas S. Taylor, Samuel Qilmour, S. Garvin. Patron2 pud.Field Stewarde-Tames OweDL,; Captaiu Archdale, Captain Subscribers-only content

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    10 Id eeach. Miss Statton beat Dead Rose. Weapon boat Colville. Trust heat Czivr, Hopeful Sammy boat Handsome Louise. Prestbury Park beat Musketeer. Airedale beat Winlove. Dolly Qr.gsou beat Trug Girl. Silver Pippin beat Shades of Eivening. Diglatb beat Turcoman. Subscribers-only content

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