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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    next, the 28th innt~REBECCA." A troop of the 4th Dragoons have marched to Newcas. tle Emlyn. The Marines and the Castlemartin Yeomanry are now en route from Pembroke. A strong body of tails- tary will be distributed in the district, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 62nd Regiment arrived from Mlilford, and there were also Volunteer Corps from Haver- fordwest and Pembroke Dock, besides the Castlemartin Yeomanry. These were disposed around the Castle Hill, and at the foot of the monument. Opposite the monu- ment Subscribers-only content

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    p.m., Vertu, out of Hastings Plate, Niewmarket. St April 25, at 9 a.m., all Mn. Lort Phillips's horses St (except Castlemartin, Gwendoline, and Victoria, for at Ludlow Club Sweepstakes), out of all engagements ; st Carnival, out of Heath High-weight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    etrth Hrit to the first fence, where Spree Boy refused, and Emblem fell, but being quickly remo unted followed on. Castlemartin then setted down 'in ftont of Heather, Tyneside, The Sheriff, and Peter the Hermit, next Comning Haddington, with Royal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Harris's Excelsior, a, 12st 31b . J. HEa 3 Novice (Mr. &hwind) and Castlemartin (Mr.. J. C. Dormer) also rai-Betting: 2 to l each agst Protection and Castlemartin, and 5 to 2 agst Iolair.-Protectioon set a nice pace, and went Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .. 3 810o Joe Iiller * .40S ahkof . 3 810 Balmoral. . 90 Bni srt. . 3 8 10 Castlemartin ..599 ets . .38 8)0 Doreen.5e 3 10 )Dnke of Sti555z . 4.10.-The ruaT STXS fS oa ad, -nth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and this naturally created some little excitement. As, however, it was seen that he had nothing better to meet than Castlemartin, the interest naturally quietened dowh, and, so far as the first eight are concerned, Colonel North's famous dog appears Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rib. each, four dogs £10. each, ; eight dogs £5. each; total, £215. MIr. Biss's Belle Vue beat Mr. Jenkine's Castlemartin i Mr. Graves ns Bonnie Laddie beat Earl of Sefton ns Fast-er and Faster Mr. Crosse ss Threat bert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and March Handicap Hurdte Race,.Leicester. Ar 135 p.m, County Council, out of Wolverhampton Hurdle Handicap. At fE 3.19 p.m., Trelaske, Castlemartin, and Andante, out of A gi engagesments in MIr. Harding Cox's name. After 5 C p.m., ;AKilbarry, out of Subscribers-only content

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    at 41b ............................. . . ...Ower 1 )f Mr. Whlitehuse's Osman, a, list 71b 1.r. Reginald 2 e Mr. Child's Castlemartin, 6y, 11st 71b ._3r. Rogers 3 s Lord Cardigan (Mr. Piggott) also ran-Betting: 5 to 4 on a Shiridan,5;to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Planet beat Nordica. The STrocaacrnxst SrAKSs, for 8 All-aged Greyhonds, a £3. IL~s each. Winner £1&, second £PA -Mr. Jenkins's Castlemartin beat kr. Moore"s MTozrt I Mr. Brown's Royal Express beat Mr. Glover's Royal Silk Mr. Wall ns Nebraska hI Subscribers-only content

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    S All-ages, at £2. lOs. Mr. Smith's Countess Graham agst Mr. Turner's DfEenzie Mr. Johnson's St. Leonards agst Mr. Jenkins's Castlemartin Mr. Faulkner's Bonnie Lassie I. agst Mr. Bullock's Eokington Belle Mr. WhFhite's Sea Foam agst Mr. Nicohlls's November DRAW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Curragh Camp for the drill season, but have failed to do, so up to the present, as Castlemartin, Major Blacker's ple on the anks of the Liffey, was rather too small for them. The Commander-in-Chief's hut, occupied last year Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    night at his a, seat, Stackple Court, Pembroke. John Frederick Camp- bell - first Earl and second Baron Cawdor, of Castlemartin, ein the county of Pembroke, and Viscount Ennlyn of Eralyn, e in the county of Carmarthen in the peerage Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r A rsVirrit C 12 10 Lord Cbolmondels-'s Tyneside., a3ed ...... At...... t icesoa C 12 1 hMr Haiading Cow's, Castlemartin, 5 yrs . Mr Lns:ingsrno C 10 10 Mr HEannryfs Shotter 4 yrs.............. : r Ileiez 12 i Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The occasion was one in which all the locality took an interest-namely, the marriage of William Blacker, Esq., J.P., of Castlemartin, to the Hon. Mary Lawless, fourth daughter of the late Lord Uloncurry, of Lyons, County Kildare, and sister to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J.P.; M. R. Gumbleton, J.P.; IV. B. Leslie, JP.; and L. Hewett, J.P. COUNTY OF KILDAItE. William Blacker, Esq., of Castlemartin, High Sheriff of the county, entered the Crown Court on Wednesday morning, when the following gentle- men were sworn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t is 1000 to 12 M- Mr. Trevor's nom, t. TENBY MEETING-Tais Dxr. ut ORDER OF HUNNIN'N t. 'r. re Castlemartin Plate .1 so . ad Match 2 0 Pembrolke . 30 Knightson. 0 . ad Ladies' . 30 .n- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [CENTRAL NEWS TELEGAM.1 Castlemartin Plate. iiadyyMary (Hayhurst) . . .. I The Bear (owner) .. .. .. .. .. 2 Narberth (Mr. G. S. Lowe) .. ,. .. a Also ran-Young Fred, Pope;Blaokbird, owner. Betting-Evens on Lady Mary and Young Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thaLt Prince Bismarek should be asked to reconsider the matter. MARRIAGE OF MAJORe ALLEN, ROYAL MUNSTER FUSILIEtRS. The village of Castlemartin was en fete on Wed- nesday morning, and the villagers were earlv astir in holiday attire, the occasion being Subscribers-only content

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