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Review of the Corn Trade.

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TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT NEWPORT.

WEEKLY CALENJAR.

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NEWPORT CATTLE MARKET—WEDNESDAY,…

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WORCESTER STEEPLE CHASES:

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WORCESTER STEEPLE CHASES: These Chases commenced yesterday. The attond. numerous, the spectators being spread over a surface miles, and occupying all the avenues commanding "Ie. course. The distance to be run in both races of the <f four miles, and the leaps were of the usual character hedge-rows with three or four brook leaps. The cu* fatality which has hitherto attended the Worcester chase, accompanied the events of yesterday, in the deatPj of the horses—Captain Allen's Exquisite, which fell an his back. J The stewards were the Marquess of Waterford, Hong General Lygon, M.P., Hon. Dudley Ward, and F. N. Esq., M.P. | The start for the first, and principal event, took" three o'clock, when fourteen horses came to the post fo*C THE AVOACESTEBSHIRE HANDICAP, of 20 Sovereign^ with 100 added; 10 forfeit, and 6 only if declared, "I: Mr. Preston's br.m. Brunette, aged, 12st..(M'Donoull Mr. John Elmore's gr. m. Alice Gray, 11st.(Backly Mr. Tilbury's ch. g. Culverthorpe, list (i\la»* Eleven others started, but were not placed. » The run in between the three horses placed was veu Vanguard came in about sixth. Exquisite fell at a sligbj and broke his back, his fortunate rider, Powell, was This is the twenty-eighth race won by Brunette, who i*. old; Allen M'Donough has won twenty of these, and Wj been beaten in two. There were several falls of no consequences. Holman, on Wilton, fell at the brook, his leg. t THE WITLEY SELLING STAKES, of 6 Sovereigns eaejjj 30 sovereigns added. Over about four miles of a fair b I countrv. > Mr. Stagg'sbr. g. The Fowler, 6 years, lOst. Mr.'I ilbury's Tom Tug, aged, list Mr. Herbert's b. m. —— aged, lOst. 7st •tne second race was well contested throughout, v*z* between the three marked, being first rate; in the e*«r, The Fowler won easily. Columbia fell at the aftti starting, and stopped.—Cheltfnham, Chrontele.