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1.55—The CURFEW HANDICAP of £ 200 the second receives SK) out of the plate. One mile. Mr W. G. Stevens's Margaret of Branksome, 3y 8st 31b M. Cannon 1 Mr C. Hibberl's Last Toast, 4y 7st 101b n. Chaloner 2 Baron rie Hirsch's St. Joiiann, 3v 7st 61b ..Madden 3 Mr R. Crest's Mowbi-av, 4y 8st 61h Fagtn 0 Mr W. W. Fulton's Lady Lucy II., 4y 8st "AHsopp 0 Mr A. Cristo's Hobnob, iy 6st lOlb Grimshaw 0 Winner trained by owner. Betting—5 to 4 agst Margaret of Branksome, 3 to 1 agst St. Johann, 9 to 2 ngst Mowbray, 5 to 1 agst Last Toast, 10 to I agst Lady Lucy LI., a6nd 100 to 6 agst Hobnob. Last Toast was followed by St. Johann for a short distance, when Lady Lucy It. took up the running from Last. Toast, Hobnob, and Margaret of Brank- some, with St. Johann last, aud so they ran to the distance, when Last T^astand Margaret of Branksome drew out, the last-named winning by a length and a half tbree-par-s of a length divided second and third. Mowbray wax fourth, and Hobnob last. 2.2j—A SELLING NURSERY HANDICAP of £103; the winner to be soid for £50. Five furlongs. Mr C. Hibberl's Parley, 8st 61b Cartledge 1 Mv Lukie's Cloon, 8sfc 21b CIIlder 2 Mr Ellis's f by Higtdand Chief- Nor th umbria., 8st (¡lù, T. Loates 3 Mr Card's Satisfaction, 8st 131b F. Pratt 0 Baron de Hirsch's Miss Muffet, 8at Bib Madden 0 M r ltoado's Theephila, 8st 71b Bradford 0 Mr Scruby's Eithani Chicken, 8st 61b E. Hunt 0 Mr Hwfa William, Sceutless, 8,4 51b .Allsopp 0 Mr Bateman's Charlie Brown, 8st 51b Fagan 0 Mr B'iivilla's St. BUin. 84 lib B.toty 0 Mr C. J. Merry's Krambling, Sst lib H. Ciialouer 0 Mr Lane's Bart.-minster, 7st 8Jh H, Lane C Capt. Kdwards's R.M.D., 7*t Ub Grimshaw 0 Mr Bell's Man ton Belle, 7st 7lb .Gilson 0 Winner trained by W. Nis'itingail, Epsom. Betting—2 to 1 agit Miss MnSet, 5 to 1 agst North. nmbria tilly, 8 to 1 agst Parley, 10 to 1 each agst Scen;i"BS iid Brambling, 100' to 8 ag-fc Eiiham Chicken, 100 to 7 agst Charlie Brown, and 20 to 1 a.t I others. Miss Mullet in the cent.re was attended by Cloon, Nortiiumbria filly, and Satisfaction, with Scentless aDd Pariey next, and Theophila mvt prominent of the others to Use distance, wliere Miss Muffet was beaten, and Cloon took up the running, b;lt, failed to resist the challenge of Pariey. who won by three-parts of a length; two lengths dividing second jand third. Satisfaction wal fourth. Miss Muffet- fifth, Scentless sixth, and Sv, BJ, in last. The winner was bough t, in lor 155gs Brambling was sold to Mr W. Newtod for BOgs, and Northunibria filly to Mr T. Stevens for 25g- 2.55—'(lie MERRY WIVES NURSERY HANDICAP of B100. for two yrar olds winners extra. Five furlongs. Mr Creswell's Lady Charity, 7st 101b Maguire 1 Capt. Homfray's Stnlker, 7st 41b Allsopp 2 Mr L. Pilkington's Monega, 7st WIlt. Wall 3 Mr S. Smith's Hasty Boy, 8st 111b Bradford 0 MrM&ysey's Spick and Span, 8.t 31b S. Loates 0 Mr J. Gubbins's Palace Gate, 8st 21b (ca.r. Bst 51b) M. Cannon 0 'Mr .T,nnr(on'¡¡ 1..104 or thp. Que -ns,7.st lllbMuddi;n;in C Mr i\ l,ynlt;kw?ia c by Wild Monk—Dutch Girl,7stlllb T. Loates 0 Mr A. Knowles's Senarupa, 7st 5!b liddeii 0 Winner trained ny Prwnev, Grateley. 3.25—The OCTOBKR HANDICAP of £ 00 thesscoml re('e;ve S10. One mie five futlong?. Mr E. B,mner's Merrywise, 5y 7st 101b Madden 1 Mr G. i>awson's S^nderling, 4y 9st J. Wa.ts 2 1 St.. Mark, 4y 7?t Al' 1 3 Mr Y. R. Graham's Ferndale, 4y 3st 91b .Allsopp 6' Mr W. R. Mf.rsh?U'.s Wharf, <v 8st 41b While 0 Calder 0 Mr C. Hibbcrt's Ivor, 4y 7st 10lb H. Chaloncr 0 Mr A. Cohen's Vic, 3y est 101b Grimshaw 0 ??iuncr trained by SherrarJ, Royston. Latest Arrivals. Margaret of Brasilfsome, Stockham, Hampton Maxe, Last Toast, Ivor, Spic and Spar), The AUatian, Acre- field, and Stalker.

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