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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stockbridge Derby h1as oinsed a great reiibiotn sil his favolur ; and prior to their defeat by himi Blancthe of Middlebie acld the Concertina colt were ccich backelc at 40 to 1. East Laigtoti has also been extensivily oup- Ported, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 1 agot Fright. ST, Lrw a.,-0 to!! agstToxophilite; 16 to 1 agst Gilderwire; z5 to I agst Blanche of Middlebie 40 to I ngst Incledon. TlIe DF.IvBY-40 to 1 ecli agest Stockhsnl, Promnised Lsad, Picket of Leave, Baluamoon, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place for the Sussex encounter. The later transactions of any moment anent the Leger, are the advance of Blanche of Middlebie, and the introduction of Incledon (one of John Scott's) into the market. The meetings of the present week include Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, commend ine to Gildermere or Jordan. For the Sefton Stakes Isay Silica, and for the Bickerstaffe Stakes Blancise of Middlebie. At Canterbury. on Friday, for the East Kent Handicap take care of Little Cob, and for the City Plate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Loose at is to 1, and a little amount was puton Fadladeen and Grand Secret at 40 to .-Blanche of Middlebie, Glenmasson, Sedbury, and English were introduced for the Cambridge at 33 to 1 each, and 40 to 1 was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Volta. 12 to 1 - Sunbeam. 12 to I - Governess. 20 to I - Hadji. 20 to I - Blanche of Middlebie. All offered. LATEST BETTING. ST. LGoEr. 7 to 4 - Toxophillite-taken. 8 to I - Any other-offered. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sadler's b. c. Esau, by Surplice-Ferina Mr. W. Sadler'sb. c. Hector, by The Hero-Lady MLilton aLord J. Scott's Blaciche of Middlebie Mr. J. Scott's gr. c. E'perance SIr. J. Scott's ch, c. Windy Cap Mr. J, Scott's b. c; Punster Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the St. Leoger for a number of years. The onlyfeature in the morting's performance oas tie advance of Blarlche of Middlebie to 10 to 1, taken. The faveurite was firm at 2 to 1: and 9 to 1 was offered Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    colts, 8st. 71b. fidllies 8sot. 41b. Last mile. 7 scabs. Mr. R. H. Jones's Ditto. Mr. J. Merry's Blanche of Middlebie. Mr. J. Merry's Snubeam. Sir C. RIonck's br. f. Hepatica. Baron Rothscchild's Mentnuore. TusE DONCASTER STAcES, of 10 sovs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    offered. Governess was supported at 11 to 1, and 20 to 1 was offered against Hadji. Sunbeam and Blanche of Middlebie were talked about, but little was done about either. The Great Yorkshire Handicap wae scarcely mentioned, and we did Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Loose. 100- 3 - Poodle-ofid. 1,000 -20 - Pretty Boy-taken. 1,000-15 - Beadsman-takeiS, CAMBnnDoEsHeIREc. 14 to 1 agst Blanche of Middlebie. 16- 1 - Ancient Briton. 0- 1 - English Rose. 25- 1 - Ignoramus. 100- 3 - Eurydice-offd. EASTERN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a,,&porfing ?Iltdligtw- TAT ItERSALL'S-LATEST BETTING. CESAREWITCHl. 11 to 1 agot Roman Candle-offered. 100 - S - Prioress-taken and offered. 109 - 7 - malacca-offered. 15 - I - English Rose-taken. 100 - a - Happy Lamd-offered. 20 - 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    01otts. HARROW MEETING, 1858. This meeting, which commenced on Tuesday last, turned out, contrary to our expectations, a very tame affair. The attendance of visitors was nothing like so large as was anticipated. The pro- fessionals mustered thinly-very few Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .-LeOntes was made first favourite at 8 to 1, taken; a point more only being obtained about Zounve. Blanche of Middlebie has been under suspicion for the last day or two, but layers seemed shy this afternoon, and 12 to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    found the names of liariche of Middlebie, Zonave Leontes, Prioress, Ignorasani, Farmer's Son, Brewer, &c., and tatielg public running as my criterion, I crLnnot see any- thillg to beet the first-named (tslanche of Middlebie), except it bs Z(uave, who, I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Son. 40- 1 - English Rose. 40- I - Underhaod. 100- 1 - Eclipse. Tise followisg have paid forfeit :-Blancheof Middlebie, Riseber, Botany, Peeress, Wrestler, Vandernieulin, Pensioner, and Admiral Lyons. Tssn DEnr.s 20 to 1 aost Promised Lnnd-offered to take. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rosabel, Nassau, Solormon, Helia, Phantom, Prelude, Lassie, Flitch, Arsenal, Wild Rose, Mimosa, Eleanor, Pandora, Oianda, Blanche of Middlebie, Fright, Carlotta, Lifeboat, Sir Hercules, Surprise, Termagant, Vivandidre, besides those trained here. HANDICAr,-HarefOOt and Broadbrim paid. HANDICAP.-Blackthorn paid. Two THousAND.-Lark, Birdbolt, Collegian, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Annan Observer says :-" It Is rather remarkable that only three deaths have been registered in the pariah of Middlebie this year, and these were three siaters. The first died on the 17th ultimo, the second on the 2ad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the top of the tree, and showing I was not wrong when excusing the son of Oxford and Blanche of Middlebie for all his defeats. His stablg companion, Primate, a niagnificent colt by St. Albans -Ellen Middleton, is in every Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Lord of Mr. T. Parr's Opoponax ltce Isles-Splitrote. Mr. Merry's f by Dandee- _ Lord Baterman's Anchiorite Blanclie of Middlebie Lord BaltemEn'S Captive Mr. Merry's O by Lord of the Mr Bowes's Wild Wind Isles-Lady Lurewel 'Mr. Bowes's Taraban Subscribers-only content

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