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OVATION ARMY IN SWIT-ZERLAND.

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FATHER MCFADDEN IN LIVERPOOL.

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MANCHESTER NOVEMBER MEETING t MANCHESTER, SATURDAY. 11230-Ite STAND SELLING PLATH. of 100 ¡ guineas weight for aye; maiden allowances the winner to be sold for 50 sovs. Five furlongs. Mr Maxwell's Prince William, aged 9st 51b.. Wame 1 I Mr Crest's Jacobite, 5y 9t, 81b Weou 2 Baron C ds Tuyli's Partisan, 2" 8st 41b Rickaby 3 I Mr Swanwick's Blitz, 6y 10st Sib Rruckshaw 0 Mr Nickson's Beilby, 6y 9sr, 121b Armstrong 0 Mr W Burton's M'Leod, 4y 9t olb Robinson 0 Mr Howett's Scotch Monk, 3y 9st isil) (allowed 51b) Snodin 0 Mr Macksev's Cyanite, 3y 9st lib F Barrett 0 Mr Haughton's Blood Hoyal, 2y 8st 7 b K Martin 0 Watts weighed for Master Albert, but a cei titicite as to a.-e not having been lodged the horse ould not start. Betting-9 to 4 agst M'Leod, 5 to 1 agst Blitz, 6 to 1 each agst Blood Royal and Cyanite, 7 to 1 ag..L Par-' tisau, 8 to I agst Prince Williaua, and 10 to 1 agst Jacobite. Jacobite cut out the work from Blitz, Prince Wil- liam, and Partisan, with Cyanite lyint-I next for half the journey, when Prince William took second nlace, and, heading Jacobite at the half-distance, wou by two lengths; a length and a halt between the 8econd and third. Cyanite was fourth, M'Leod fifth, and Blood Royal iast The winner was bought in for 160 guineas. I'.arou de Tuyll claimed Jac,bite for Mr T. Leader aud M. Crest claimed Blitz t'n Mr Kenvon. 10- A SELLING NURSERY HANDICAP PLATE of 100 guineas, for two year olds the winner to be old for 50 sovs. i-lve furlongs. Mr T Cannon's Scylla, 8st lib T Cannon, juu 1 Geo O Williams's c by Reveller—May, 7st 121b S Loates 9, Mr Hudson's Exertion, 7t ?lb. ,Wl\.rJ:e ;) Mr B. lit Italian Girl, 9st E Martin 0 Mr Dickson's Lidy Miles, 3st lllb Johnson 0 Mr A Day's Hagio;, 84 81b G Barrett0 Mr Jennings's, jun, Buvcr.se, 88t 71b obinson 0 Lord Cholmondelny's SOluh Bank, 8st 71b..Li<tdiard 0 Mr Bleackley's Abaddo:1, Sst bib Rickal)v0 Mr Stevenson's Cadet, 8st:21b. Fag&it 0 Mr Mart n g Lady Kllen, Bar Piatt 0 Mr Sherrard s Al Meh, by Muncister—Allegro, 8st 21b fr Barrett 0 Mr Lawson's Elixir, 7st 91b Oaldf-r 0 Mr 8 Plot's Tbe olent, 7st 91b Alis pp 0 etting-4 to 1 agst Cadet. 11 to 2 each ags: Hagios and Abaddon 8 to 1 eai-h agst Scylla an,i Exertion, 10 to 1 each ag-1 South Bank and The Solent, and 100 to 8 each agst May colt and It ilian Girl. Lady Ellen made the running from The Solent, Exertion, and Scyiia, then followed Cadet and the May colt, with Abaddon lying af the heaot of the others to the distance, where Scylla drew to the front, and, stalling off in turn resolute challenges from the May colt and Exertion in the last hundred yaws, won cleverly by a length three-quarter^ ol a length sepa- rated the second and third. Abaddon was fourt The Solent fifth, Cadet next, and At Meh last. The winner was sold to Mr Gurry for liO guineas. Elixir to Mr Barnes for 50 guineas, and Lady Kllen to Mr Lojko for 60 guineas. 1 30 The EGLLNTON" NURSKKY HANDIC AP of 200 sovs, added to a sweepstakes of 7 sovs each for starters, for two year olds winners extra; the second receives 50 sovs out of the stakes. ix furlongs. Lord Cholmondeley's Screech Owl, 7st 131b Rickaby 1 Mr Sadler's Lenwade, 6st 71b Riake2 Mr Buchauan's The Governor, 7st lib (oar 7st21i>) Like 3 Mr E Lawson's Bridlemere, Sst 121b .J Osborne I Mr Hammond's Crimea, 7-t 121b G Barrett 0 Mr Macksey's Gaillarde. 7s' 81b Liddiat-d 0 Mr Sassoon's Tremolo, 7st Sib S Loates 0 Mr Weever's Catterina, 7st 41b Cildor (j Mr Weever's Catterina, 7st 41b Cildor (j Mr Aluworth's Brink, 7sc 4ib White o Sir C Hartopps Madcap. 6st 121b G Chiioner 0 Mr Russell's Reefer. 6stlllb Wall 0 Mr Robson's Sly Fellow, 6st 31b (all Mb) S'lbin 0 Mr Orossley's Roburite, 6st 21b W Wood 0 MrJame.-ou's lord cf the Isles, Sst 9fb (allwa olb) (car 5st 101b) R W iaiing 0 Mr Lowtber's Whiteboy, 6st Peaka 0 Baron de Tuyli's Trundle Hill, 5st 101b (all bib (car 5st 121b) Joue> 0 Betting—fc to 1 agst Crimea, 8 to 1 each ,L Tho Governor and Madcap. 10 to 1 each agst Screec Owl. Catterina, Brink, and Lenwadf. I to 1 NN-t ito'tfer, 100 to 8 each agst Gailiarde and Siy Fellow, 100 to 7 agst Treiuoio, and 20 to 1 al;SI any other After several breaks a^ay Guliarde jumped off in front and ma le the running from Cattemia, screech Owl, and Madcap, with The Governor, ""ly Fellow, 1.en- wade, Whiteboy, and Trundle Hill lying at the bead of the others for about a quarter of a mile, whtm VI~<icap took second place, but she ran wide on enturin^ t Id straight, and Gaillarde came on in front of Catt'Tuia, Screech Owl, Lv.uwade and Tha GOVCIKOI until a quarter of a mile from home, when Screech Owl drew away and won evsiiy by a leug li three 1. >ig-tJis .»pp-i- rated the second and third. Whiteboy wao fourth, Reefer fifth, Brink sixth, Ga.iflar,¡e seventh, and Sly Keilow next, the last of ail being Bridlemere. 20 The FAREWELL HANDICAP of OO guineas winner to be sold for 5U sovs. Six furlong;. Mr Peck's Ambush, 3y 9t 41b Webb 1 Mr Perkins's Beau Prince, ov 8*i 71b White 2 Mr Howett's Bcilms, 3y &st 121b Loa;o* ;'Í Baron C de Tuyil's Pelhani, 5y list bib Rick«by 0 Mr Barnard's Antler, aged, 3it 41 Í) Rawlineon 0 Mr Armstrong's Wedlock Edg, 4y 8st 91b G Bai reti II Mr Perkins's UoUy oak, 3y Sst 91h Kagah 0 Mr Shepherd'* Matrimony, 5y 8-t 7ih J Joues0 Mr Abbott's Kimmersione, 3y Sst, 7lh Johnstone 0 Mr Manser's Yorkshire La i. aged 8st 51 h.. I" .Brr.t C Betting—7 to 2 agst HoUyo,K. 4 to 1 eaoli agst, ..m. bush and Bacillus, 7 to 1 each agst Peinam an<l antler, 10 to 1 a."t Mauri mon y, 100 to ii agst Beau I'rince. Mr Perkins declared to win «itb I'-diyoak, Beau Prince siiowed the way from Wedlock Edue and Matrimony, with Ambush and Kimiuersione lyitig well up for half the journey, wh-n .\mbii*h closed with the leadens, and, taking up the rU.1 "in¡: insioe tho dis- tance, won very easily by two lenjltûs: ;.hri-«>-qu ii i.er-. of a length separated the second and third. Wen lack Edge was fourth. Kimmerstone afili, Pelham &1,1 Antler next, and Yorkshire Lad iast. The winner was sold to Mr Macksey. 2 50 The MANCHESTER NOVEMBER HANOI- CAP of 20 sovs each, 10 ft, with 1003 sovs added the second receives 100 sovs out of the stake-j. Cup Course (I mile 6 furionps ]96 yards). Lord Howe's CLAYMORE, by Camballo — Setapore, 4y 6st 111b AJlsopp 1 Mr Fenwick's PHIL, by Philamon—Phoebe, 4y 8st Rickaby 2 Mr Yyners rALLOW CHAT, lIy Hajnseo<4t- Stone Chat, 3y bst 101b B.:dce J Duke of Beaufort's Button Park, 5y 8!1t 81h G. Rarrett e Mr Milner's Eiridspord, 4y S.t lib (car. Sst 21b) F. Barrett 0 Mr Milner's Zanzibar, 3v 7st 131b Niartill0 Mr Sanderson's Naupa, 4v 7t 121b Fagan 0 Mr I'Alison's Kenilworth, 3.. 7, t 71h Luke 0 Lord Caithorpe's Zama, 3v 7t ólb G Chalonor 0 Mr Jennings's, jun, Manila, 4y 7st 41b Calder 0 Mr Winn's Lady Rosebery 3y7st 4io W Wood 0 Mr Evans's Tonans, aged 7t 31b M. Cannon 0 Mr Jousitt'e's Rhythm,4y 7st 31b (car7st 51b) Liddiam 0 Lord Gerrard's Montd'Or, 3y 7st Wall 0 Mr Fairie's Sorrento, 4y 6st 51 b (all 51b) Fadoon 0 Lord Cholmondeley's Polvdor, 3y óst 81b oullen 0 Duke of Beaufort's Fealty, 4y óst 7ju R. Chaloner 0 Sir R. Jardine's Mosspaul, 3y fat 71h Clianriley 0 Betting—7 to 1 agst Kenilworth, 10 to 1 each ajjst Phil, Sorrento, and Fallow Coat, 100 to 9 gst Nappa, 100 to 8 each agst Button Park auy Rosobery, and Mosspaul, 100 to 7 each agst M <mia and Fea tr, 100 to 6 agst Mont d Ot-, 20 to leach agst Claymore and Zam-<, 33 to 1 each aost Zanzibar, Tonans. and Rhjtbm and 5 i to 1 each agst Eiridspord and Polydor Place hettin-7 to 4 agst Keniiworth, 5 to 2 each agst Phil, Zama, Sorrento, and Fallow Chat, 3 to each agst Mosspaul, Nappa, anil Lady Ro-ebery. 7 to 2 west Fealty, 4 to 1 eicn agst Button Park, Manna, and Montd'Ur,5 till agst Claymore, 6w> lairst Rhythm. 8 to 1 agst Za. zibar, and 10 to 1 each agst Eiridspord, Tonans, and Polydor. THE RACE. Mr Brown had the eighteen runners weighed out in good time. The first to leave the paddock was M-unia, who was followed by Zama. Rhythm, and Lady Rose- bery then came Mont c'Or, Mosspaul, and Fullow Chat, with Claymore next, the last pair to appear on the course being Nanpa and Button Park. Msinia led the canter, attended by Button Park and JSama, and on assembling at the post only two slight breaks away occurred before the flag fell to a capital start, ltliythm was first away, closely followed by Kenilworth, .Mont d'Or, and Tonans, but when they had settled down Tonans crossed over to the inside, aad went on from Sorrento, the pair being clear of Mont d'Or, Mmnia, Fealty, Phil, and Rhythm, with Z nua in the rear. Passing the stand, Tonans was showing the way rom Sorrento, Mont d'Or, Mamia, and Phil then followed Passing the stand, Tonans was showing the way rom Sorrento, Mont d'Or, Mamia, an,1 Phil then followed Mosspaul, Fealty, Po ydor, Rhythm, and CI lymore, with Eiridspord lying next, the last three now being Fallow Chat, Kenilworth, and Zxina. After turning out of the straight Sorrento drew to the ,rollt and went on closely followed by Rhythm, at whos# quarters hy Tonans; then came Mosspaul, while Polydor, (lisiv. more, Lady Rosebery, aud Eiridspord lay next, with Fealty last, behind Fallow Chat and Kenilworth. There was little alteration in this order until six fur- longs from home, whe;i Sorrento was still showing th* way from Rhythm, while Napi a now drew int-o thirli place, and the t 1, roe went on from Zama, Vim Kenil- worth and Mosspaul lyin.: next, just in front of Clay, more and Phil, with Fallow (Jhat lying at the lietd of the ot-he, s. Sorrento held the lead round the henrt from Zama, Phil, aud Claymore, au i these formed the front rank until fairly in the 1<trai;ht, when Claymore,, wide oil the outside, drew to the front and went on from; Phil, Sorrento, and Kenilworth, with Fllow Chat, drawing up, next. A quarter of a mile from home Sorrento was beateu, and C'.aymoi e, coming out with the race in hand, drew away from his field outside the distance and won in a canter by six lengths a length and a half between the second and third. Sorrento was a very bad fourth, clear of Button Park fifth, and Mosspaul sixth then c me Tonans, Kenil- worth, Lady Rosebery, Zama, Mamia, Nappa, Mont d'Or, Zanzibar, and Rhythm, who finished in the order named, the last three being Polydor, Eiridspord, and Fealty. Time, 3 miu 16 3 3 sec. The SATURDAY SELLING PLATE of 103 sovs weight for age the winner to be sold ior 60 sovs. Seven furlongs. Mr T Green's Leute, 2 yrs 7st 91b WhiteI Lord Cholmondeley's Master Patrick, 2y 7st 121b Rickaby ? Mr Dooley's D nlat, 2y 7gt 91b V brtin I Mr Howett's Monkshood, 4y 9st 8io (all bIb) Snodin 0 Mr Sibary's Tally-ho, 2y 7st 121b .G Barrett a Mr lApidus s Balronev, 2y 7st 121b Caller 0 Bettitig-b to 4 agst Ta!ly-ho, 4 to 1 agst Lf nre» b to 1 agst Master Patrick, 11 to 2 agst 1)otlet,. and 10 to 1 ag-it Monkshood. Monkshood shewed the way from Balronev and Dot- let, with Tally-ho lying next., until half-way .Up tbe straight, where the three placed drew awai, L.-nte, who stayed the longest, winning a very fine race by a head a bad third. Monkshood was fourth, and kal. roney last. The winner w^s bought in for loO guineas. 3 50-Tlie FINAL PLATE of lt>n guinea-, fo: horses that have not won 300 sovs in 1887 or lisSis; we ght for age maiden allowance. One mile. Mr Allen's Aoeyance. 3y 9st 101b MrThiriwell 1 Mr Can's Wynyard, 2y 7,t 121b Fsgan i Lord Zetland s Grey Fnars, by 10st 71b Watts 3 Mr Lee s Sand beck; 4y 10ft 71b Robinson 0 Mr R Osborne's Countess Lilian, Zy 9st 101b J Oshorl ft Mr Jameson's Assiduity, 3y 9st 10lb Bruckibaw 4 Mr R Gladstone's Tynessil, 2y 7s! 111b Piatt$ Betting—5 to 4 on Gr, y Friars, 5 to 1 a;;si Ab -yano« 8 to 1 agst Wynyard, and 10 to 1 agst any other. Wynyard niaae play from S indbeck ana Oountena Lilian, with Abeyance last. and so they ran until aquarter of a mile frolll home, when Abeyance ai:d Grey Pirars took second and third place", and Abeyance, heading Wynyard a few strides from home, won by a neck; three lengths separated the second anil third. Assi- duity was fourth. Sandbeck next, and Tynesail last.

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