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THE ANNUAL MOVEABLE COMMITTEE…

COURT OF EXCHEQUER.-MAY 22.

THE TU RF.

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THE TU RF. The Court Journal has very good reason to believe that it is not her Majesty's intention to honour Ascot races this year with her presence, and that the Court will not visit Windsor Castle, as heretofore, a week preceding the race. A match has been made for 500 sovs., h. ft., with Toxophilite, 8st. 71b., to be run over the T.M.M. course at Newmarket, in the First Spring Meeting next year. Sir Joseph Hawley, it is said, wins E50,000 by Beads- man's victory, and another large winner is a Mr. S — who is reported to have netted £ 16,000. YACHTING. It is expected that the forthcoming season will be a very great one. The following yachts, with many others, are either afloat or fitting out :-Cossack, 48 tons, cutter, Mr. S. R. Graves. Ruby Queen, 80 tons, schooner, Mr. P. C. Lovett. Sapphire, 70 tons, schooner, Right Hon. T. Milner Gibson, M.P. Fairy Queen, 70 tons, schooner, Mr. George Bishop, jun. Nettle, 57 tons, cutter, Mr. F. Clarkson. Enchantress, 213 tons, schooner, Sir Thomas Whichcote, Bart. Violet, 10 tons, cutter, Mr. John R. Kirby. Commonwealth, 70 tons, schooner, Mr. E. T. Gourley. Pearl, 24 tons, cutter, Hon. Arthur Annesley. Minion, 40 tons, cutter, Mr. J. E. Cox. Sappho, 10* tons, schooner, Mr, G. f. Naylor.

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