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Lewes Autumn Meeting. LEWES, TCBSDAY. j During the early bours of the morning Lowes was enveloped in a dense fog. The day, however, had not far advanced before the sun shone forth with almost summer warmth, and a splendid afternoon followed, The attendance was fl good one for an autumn gather- ing, and in spite of the recent rain the D'c}wns were in capital order for racing, while no posible fault could i be found with the sport, provided. Deta,ils:- 1.30-The MAIDEN TWO-YBAJB-OLD RACE of:EIOD penalties and allowances. Five furlongs. Mr Hanbury's Outward Bound, C. Lnates 1 i Lord Radnor's Hazlehen St lilb G Brown 2 Mr X. Corns'* Pedrillo, 9st M. CannoR 3 Mr E. 8. Freeland's Kingswood, 9st Heywo d 0 Sir R. Waldie Griffith's Cold Steel. 9st. Humbold 0 Mr ,T. H. Hillier's Gulf Stream, 9st Butcher 0 Mr T. Phillips's Reprobate, Sst Mr J. Phillins 0 Mr W. Roger's Clayton, 9st I. Alisopp 0 Mr C. J. Blake's Falsetto 8ts 111b T. Loates 0 Mr L. Brassey's Melisse, 8st lllb Bradford 0 Lord Durham Bonne Chance, 8st 111b .Kiekafcy 0 Winner tr.nr.ed by T. Leader, Newmarket. 't- t 1 1 'I -7 to 4 nest Outward Bound, 3 to 1 agst P S to 1 agt Falsetto, 10 to 1 each agst Bonne Chance ,uid Cold tcel, 1w to 8 each agst Hazlehen and Melisse, and 20 to 1 asrst others. Outward Bouud made the running from Pedrillo and Bonne Chance, with Hazleben next, to the distance, when the three pktced joined and ran a tine race home Outward Bourd winning by a neck half a length divided second and third. Bonne Chance was fourth. Melisse fifth. Falsetto sixth, Reprobate next, and Kingswood, who whipped round when the flag fell, last, healen off. CASTLE PjuATK of £ 100; weight for age winner to be sold for £ 50. Five furlongs. Mr H. Heasman's Lothair, 2y 7st S.'b Alisopp 1 Mr Armstrong's Lady Mysie, 3y 8st lllb ..Bradford 2 ML Drew's Cona.cha.r. by 9st 41b PicL-aby 3 Mr P. Stephens's Celtic, 2y 7st 91b H. Toon 0 Lord Dunraven's Ilium, 3y 9st Rumbold 0 Mr T. Stereas's c by Despair-Groundbait, 2y 7¡;.t lb tiobmson C Captain Machell's Astana, 2y 7st 91b T. Loates 0 Mr Riste's To-morrow, 2y 7st 61b S. Loates 0 Mr G. Cohen's Bumbl i Bee, 2y 7st 61b Hunt 0 Winner trained by Prince. Lesres. Betting- -9 to agst Lothair, 7^ to 2 agst Astana, 5 to 1 agst Conachar, 6 to 1 agst Lliam, 8 to 1 agst To- morrow, 10 to 1 sgst Lady Mysie, and 20 to 1 agst others. Astana showed the way to Lothair and To-morrow, with Conachar lyi.g well up on the left, until a quarter of a mile from home, when Lothair came out and won by three lengths four lengths divided second and third. Astana was fourth, lIinm fifth, Bumble Bee sixth, and Celtic last. Lothair was bought in for KOOgs, and Bumble Bee so:d to Mr G. A. Ralli for 2.35—The LEWES AUTUMN K 4.NDICAP of £ 400 the second receives £ 3J ami ths third £ 20. One mile and a quarter. Duke of Hamilton's Ragimunde, 6v Sst 121b J. Watts 1 j M. Niguet's Sancbo Pansa, 3y 7st alb Rumbold 2 Mr F. J. Douglas's Kncounter, 4y Sst 2lb M. Cannon 3 Capt. Machell s Kilsallaghan, 4y 9.?t 'f. Loates 0 Mr J. Lowther's Houndsduch. a Est 51b ..S. Loates 0 M. E. Ribaucom t's Highland Buck, 4y Ss" 21b Rawlinson 0 Miss P. Pelt's Keymer, 4y out lib Bradford 0 Mr Garrett Moore's Hareward, 3y 7st H. Toon 0 j Winner trained by Marsh, Newmarket. Betting— 3_to 1 agst Encounter, 9 to 2 agst Keymer, 6 to 1 agst Kilsallaghan, 7 to 1 each agst Ragimunde and Kereward, and 10 to 1 each agst Houndsditch, Sancho Panza. and Highland Buck. Highland Buck settled down in front of Ragimunae and Sancho Panza, with Encounter next, and Keymer and Kil«allajrtiRa the last pair. Highland Buck was followed into the straight by Ragimunde, Sancho Panza, aud Encounter. Xiirse furlongs from home Kncounter was beaten, and Ragimunde now Sancho Panza, aud Encounter. Xiirse furlongs from home Kncounter was beaten, and Ragimunde now drawing to the front won by three lengchs a bad third. Kilsallaghan was fourth, Keymer fifth. Houndstiitch next. and Highland Buck last. 3.5—The SELLING Nl llxERY HANDICAP of E"Gb the winner to he for S100. Five furlongs. Mr W. Marshall's May Yohe. 7SL lllb Alisopp 1 Mr She ding's colt by Torpedo—Miss Daisy, 8.t Madden 2 i Sir A. Sullivan's Cranmer, 8sc 31b T. Loates 3 Mr Drew's Chelsea Duchess, 8st 131b Bradford 0 Mr W. Downes's GigordV Cross, 8 st 101b J. Jones 0 | Mr S. Savage's ivy Leaf 8si 2ib Wall 0 Mr T. Stevens's c by Chikler: r- '■' > dame Cardinal, 8stUb..Jg G. Brown 0 j Mr A. Criito'.i Orirema, 7sfc 12lb' S. Loates 0 Prince Doria's Honerette, 7*t lilb. ,H. Toon 0 Mr Dobell's False love, 7st 121b.Rawlinson 0 Lord Radnor's Idle Lake, 7st 51b Bushell 0 Mr F. R. Rant's g. by Edward the Confessor-The Warren Belle, 7st 41b E. Hunt 0 Mr Clark's g. by Criteáou-Emeralda., 7st 210 Studart 0 Winner trained by Viney, Jevington. Betting-9 to 4 agst Orxuna, 5 to 2 agst Cranmer, and 10 to 1 each agst Mav Yohe and others. 3.40—The ROTHSCHILD PLATE of £ 100 weight for age, etc. One mile. Mowbray 1 Iloyal 2 Aleuyou 3 4 run I ARRIVALS. Aquatint, Alinzon, Asirina, Beanfoy. Be Cannie, Bolero, Bonne Chance, Bumble Bee. Celtic, Cold Steel, Conachar, Cranmer, D-.y Dream II, Douova. False I.ove, Falsetto, Galloping Dick, Gay Barcal, Garland, Ground Bait colt, Half-aiui-Half, Highland Buck, Hereward, Houndsditch, Ilium, Ivy Leaf, Keymer, Kilsallaghan, Knight of Rhodes, Lady Candahar, LRdy MyMe, Lothair, Madame Cardinal colt, Melisse, Miss Daisy colt, Mistral, Mowbray, Newmarket, Orxerna, Outward Bound, Prince of Poets. Ragimunde, Reprobate, l"yal liazd., Sancho Panza, Snickeringt-on, Tableau Yivanr, Tancred, To-morrow, Trojan, Warren Belle colt, and Warrington. I Latest Arrivals at Lewes. God wit, Encounter, Pedrillo, Chelsea. Duchess, Stockham, Queen's Favour. Fireworks, St. Jude, Cliihi&bos, Barbt Rossa, Dysart, Master Charlie, Leader.

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