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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lawyer by wbomo the quibble had been started, as a valid instrument. NON -CHALANcE.-When the death-warrant came down to Lord Balmerino, lie was at dinner, and his lady fainted. He said, " Lieutenant, with your danmn'd warrant, you have spoiled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    if hie were not inz- peached, and his head cut olf, for what he 7oad done in Irelaud, then Derwentwater, Balmerino, Kilmarnock, and another individual, an ancestor of a noble earl who sat opposite, and who had meddled a little Subscribers-only content

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    realiped twelve pounds a day. " As lie approached the Toserhesaw the scaffold erected for the execution of Kilmarnock and Balmerino, and, reads ing there his own fate, treated his attendants with a ,trait of reflections on the strange vicissitudes Subscribers-only content

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    of F7odden Field, and near the tomb are buried the heedless bcadiea of two notable Jacobites-the Earls of Eilmarnock and Balmerino, and also Simon Fraser Lord Lovat (1747), all of whomn suffered for the share they took in the great Subscribers-only content

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    took un the running, and vwon very easily by two lengths; a head separated second and third. Trapezoid was fourth, Balmerino fifth, Miss Anderson, Con- way, and Glide next, the last pair being Freebody an4 Tabret.-Tbe winner was bought in Subscribers-only content

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    Set 10Th, dlikes and geldings Set 71b; penalties and allowances. T.Y.O. sttlb stilb Legerdemain - -8 5RoseeField - .8 2 Balmerino.. - 8 SFloss -.... .8 2 Killncan .. - . - 8 5Tripaway . . 8 2 Sunnysids.. - Subscribers-only content

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    Knife- Royal Bobe IL, 3y Speculator, 3y Eddie, 2y Delaval, 3y MIolina, 2y Annie Bessulrc, 2y Killarney, 2y Vaughan, 3Y Balmerino, 2y Porridge, 2y Rejoice, 2y The Rooster, 2y 7 Capucin, 2y BMspa, Sy o by Blandford- eolhn 2y FolkEghansm, Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. I , . ~ Ia MORNING GALLOPS AT MA14CHESTER. The weather at New Barns yesterday morning was 1e0 dull aLd cheerless, and with not more than half a doze T of the Cup candidates on the spot Subscribers-only content

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    I : ~ SPORTING NEWS. -: I MORNING GALLOPS AT EPSOF8 . With only Be Nord and Kirkham of the probable Derby candidates on the spot, the proceedings on the course yesterday morning were unusually tame. The Australian colt Subscribers-only content

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    .. -.26 7 Goodlakes . 38 2I tiosa - 26 7 Tiny Agnes -. .3 9'Bnidget . - 26 7 Balmerino . 2 6101 bthessi 2 & 7 Tbe Mtalland . 2 610 Ves~xxrBreeze . 2 67 Knighthood . 2 Subscribers-only content

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    . .. .. 8 2 Waistband. . 8 2 AoDITIONAL jAlrvALs. - Grenadine, LOosestrife, A hboes, Troubler, JermauLt Nydia, rabal, Balmerino, Trouville, Yrsung Hermit, Little Nellis, and Eosefield. ExrCT~rD.-Princess Hampton. SOPATCHINGS HusTINOS WrETsE HB. DIacr.P-l-amrock IL and Forteus. ALL YA-&ttOVTn Subscribers-only content

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    Lord Hastings's Sister of.Mery,.Se...h . . Barreti Mr. Deweson's Little Nellie, Set 21b .......... Allsopp 3 Young Hermit (Rickeahy) and Balmerino (Whlitelalsao ran.- Bettng:6 to4 et Wistand,2gt t ae Sitaer of Mercy, 6 to I aet alerioand10to ech pa YongHermit Subscribers-only content

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    9et ........................S. Loates I Mr. Bur'rell's Troubler, Bet 91b ..........C. Loates 2 Mr. Legh's Sister May. Bet illb.........MN. Cannon 3 Balmerino (White), 'Tha Dead Heart(Calder(, acind H~er- mninia (T'. Loatee) also ran.-Betting: Evens Sitter May, 4 to 1 aget Hornuinia, Subscribers-only content

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    90 Glad Tidings - 3 Sea Wall 8 9 S Floes .. 8 1 Mariner _. _ - 8 7 Balmerino .. - . 8 0 Liebleld. 8 5 Clifton Grove .. _. 7 9 4.50.-The Wxtrzm fl&ssDrcA of 1S0 Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. POSTPONEMEINT OF DERBY RACMS. el So dense was the fog st Derby yesterday tbatte the stewards, after wva-ting until 1.20, bad no alternative hut to postpone the meeting until to-day. No sooner had r(P the official announctment Subscribers-only content

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    13 Floss . 7 13 fstou . . 6 13 Dershiam. 713 Gage . . 612 Grandee . 7 12 Balmerino. . 610 Rofillssue712 Carronade . .. . 6 10 Norasan . 7 10 Hearthstone 08. -6 8 St. Simon Subscribers-only content

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    - - -. 611 proof . -. 7 13 Lucille - - 6 11 Falkirk _ . _ 7 11 Balmerino - - 6 9 Rulianus .7 11 The Humber _ 6 S Annual. 710 Lord Dalnmen7 _ 6 8 Subscribers-only content

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    Shy G~irlo~, 4y Wreath Hr., 37 Grndee Iy. Galileo. ly St. Medard, 2 !Chicken Hecar&d, Sy Whit e Witugs, 5y Balmerino, 3y C by Bruar-Merry- Rosy Morn, a Iisa Sykes, n thought, Syx 5.0- The Pasn-cs or V/AcES's ST.e-ceEs (Welter Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. MORNING. GALLOPS AT EPSOM. With only four or five of the City and Suburban can- didates arrived overnight, but little interest attached to the gallops at Epsom yesterday morning, and the weather being dull and cheerless only Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4th in addition; winner to he sold for 50 cove. About five furlongs. Fear Nought, 3y Ponnooupansz, 4y Ashton, a Balmerino, 4y Republic, 4y 4.35.-The Besn PirEA Sts&sxe of 3 sore each, with 100 added;, winners extra. The StraighitMile. agest Subscribers-only content

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