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    James I: Volume 44, March-April, 1609, 01 March 1609-30 April 1609

    James I: Volume 44 March-April, 1609 March-April, 1609. March 2. Whitehall. 1. Salisbury and Sir Julius Cæsar to the Commissioners for Sale of Woods. Relative to the decay of the lodges, pales, rails, & c., at Morehay Walk, in British History Online

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. THE ATBFEIlSTONE HOUNDS.-At Twelve. Wedlnesday .. . April 12 ........ Brereton Village. [tionl. .mra 15 ....... Wolsey Bridge (by incut-.t-l THE COTSWOLD HOUNDS.-At Eleven. This day .April 10 ...... IHilcot Downs. cde d12 ....... Fish Iann near Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MANCHESTER GARRISON RACES. TUESDAY, APRIL 6. Over the mile course and Steepie Chase Ground, near the Trafford Hotel, two miles from Manchester. Stewards: Lieut. Colonel Smyth, C.B., 16th Lancers; Col. Garrett, 46th Regiment; and Captain Foster, 16th Lancers, Hon. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    AUSTRALIAN THEATRICALS (FI1o03 OUR OWN CORREsPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Dsc. 18. Oar private correspondence from MELDOutRN relates ";things theatrical" from dates of Novuember Oth to Saturday, Decemaber 18th. We give this information as under:- TEATRE 1OYA L-Despite the announced farewell benefit Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SPORTING. MARKET HARBOROUGH STEEPLECHASES. THURSDAY.C SWEErSTAKES of 2 sovs. each, and 100 added; the se- cond to receive 201., and the third 101., out of the stakes. For farmers' horses. (18 subs.) C Mr. it. Hewitt's Charlie, 6 yrs, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    gg SPORTING. The subscribers to Tattersall's are" hereby informed that a new and spacious edifice is in the course of erection, soh ly and entirely for their accommodation. No one need be told i how long this has been Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. BETTING ON THE COURSE. Lord Henry Bentinck's hounds. - Monday, Linwood, by -Sasen, 11 ; Tuesday, Swallow Beck, 1 ; Wednesday, Mar- fe Village; Thursday, Potter Hill Bar; Friday, Branston Wood ; Saturday, Thorney - ll. Earl Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PROGRAMME OF NORTHAMPTON AND PYTCHLEY HUNT RACES. TUESDAY. The Trial Stakes of 10 soys. each, with 50 added ; 3-yr olds, 7»t ; four, Bs t 91b; five, Ost lib; six and aged, '.'-- 31 _ Oue mile. To Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE WARWICK GRAND MILITARY STEEPLE- CHASES.-Friday. The weather was a great contrast to yesterday, for although the sky was dull the air was as warm as spring, and a large attendance assembled to witness tbe military steeplechases. A Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. STAGHOaNDS. 1 Her Majesty's -Tuesday, Beacoasfield : Friday B ri -'__ .rid*-*-* 11.30. - - o-. I Constable . Sir C- Wednesday, Beverley Westwood 11 30 ■ Sa- turday, Wyton Toll-bar, 10.30. ' Rothschild's, Baron- Monday, Addington, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HUNTING A PPO ISTMESTS. 9TAGK'.*.'*. ___ •,■•_, Her Ma'esty's-Monduy, Maidenhead TLic_e.: I™ Stonor Park, 11.4-3. FOXHOUND-. I---.,}' Blackmoor Vale- Monday, Kay don I- •> --v .. i fn\i Mudford Bridge ; Thursday. Thorufci-i: *' ld **' bridge Gate, 11. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. MARKET HARBOROUGH STEEPLE CHASES. Thursday. Sweepstakes of 2 soys. each, and 100 added; the second to receive 20/. and the third 10/. out of the stakes ; for farmers' horses. 18 subs. Mr. R. Hewitt's Charlie, 6 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SPORTING. The clerk of the weather mast certainly have taken a \ I strong distaste to the first of our national sports ; for. not j content with persecuting its follower* on Lansdowne Down, : ■ he must need* Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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