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HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR. IT is always a matter of extreme regret to us to sec that persons elevated to a position, in which tliey have, or assume to have, a discretionary exercise of authority, should exert that authority in a manner which in- dicates a determination to carry everything before them. We shall take future occasion to go into this subject, as connected with our Chief Magistrate, at greater length, contenting ourselves for the present with remarking on a few observations which fell from his Worship on the Bench yesterday, at the Police Office, lt appeared that Mr. Henderson, who presided in the Couit on Thursday in a case of assault, dismissed the same without allowing the complainant to call witnesses to prove the truth of what she had sworn to in the information ; in consequence of which Mr. Dillon moved that thc matter may be again brought for- ward, as the complainant was ready with witnesses to prove the allegations she had made ; and further stated that such a pro- ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

THE VICTORIA. J THE. "Theatre has.been Well attended since? | the re-engagement of Mr. Nesbitt, who is, jj j as he ought to be, a great favourite. He" g has successively, and we may add, sue- ig cessfully played Virglnius, William Tell, jj Othello, and Rolla, in all of which he was | well supported by the rest of the Company. | We have also boen highly gratified by a | repetition of Bellini's opera of La Sonnam- S bula ; and we are in anticipation of a still « richer treat in the production of Cinderella. I It is by thus administering to the public fl amusement that the Proprietors will "win ,g golden opinions." Sterling plays and good g operas Will always ensure ample audiences. H Wc wish the management would bear this . B in mind, for we regret to see a strong la p bearing towards what wo consider an ex- ll ? liibitioh of very bad taste, to say the least 'j of it. '. Forîwhàt portion of the public, we y'-M j would ask, was the following announce- ? ' fi I meat, which appeared Fa' ...

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JUNIPER HALL EXTRAORDINARY! WICKED WILLAINY RUN RAMPANT! A SPR[?] OF NOBILITY AT JUNIPEE [?]ALL!! [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

JUNIPER HALL' EXTRAORDINÄR^.-! WICKED WÍLCAINY ItUV RAMPANT I A «VIUO OF- NOBILITY AT JtX.NIPBE flALI. ! Í ! Picnics, without number-»great turn out-« j liushi-titiers' Bay-'ladies reeling-cham phijnie streaming-»geut.H fighting--ladies ducking-^silks^ and. satin*.'Irij^ing--eon» - f .'.'."'X- :. *; victs robbing-the paerdr/e (?) in danger-« "V . < soft doings-a real engagcment-^caught 7 at last-»daughter engaged-^stump up for 1 the wedding-finé dbihgs-^no time to be 1 lost--short notice-'fortnight engagement . -milliners at work-satin and lace embroi- deries-Madame P 3 in a bustle^ midnight stitching-»to be ready in time-: j the day coming-matrimonial prospects versus ready cash-=carriages and six, pos- tillions to boot-.Nash's >. Hotel-honey- moon anticipations--Kitty,. the, Gretna Green chambermaid-^a' bishop in request -invitations out-grand 1 déjeunez that was to be-'the newspaper .¿paragraph, H vide Burke's peerage-??the' '£,!,? family versus the gin family-7a cr...

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PARRAMATTA BENCH AGAIN! [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

! PARRAMATTA BENCH AGAIN ! IF ever a case called for the interposition of the public press to defend the riglits of the citiens from the pitiful, contemptible, and tyrannical aggressions of a lame and im poúot magistocracy, the case to which we are. about to advert, possessing as it does features of the blackest atrocity, and sur- rounded by circumstances which, in con- junction with the late unfortunate enquiry into Wither«' affair, cannst fail lo terminate in the deep disgrace of the abovenamed Bench. The case to which we allude arose outofonein whichM r.Hayes,of Parramatta, was brought before their worships on a charge '^f..iVícitdwtillatv.3?tv'Wt»w.\ír. Hayes' case ^Cijí^n^vicdjv-^ad-^befoii -leaving tue Coifrt,lia preferred a charge against the .Constable, who had been left in care of his premises, for stealing his ale. It appeared that Air. Hayes had a quantity of bottled ale, which he had purchased for his owu private use; Mrs. Hayes wishing for some, went to get a bottle of ...

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Country News. GOULBURN. BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL—SHAMEFUL ATTEMPT AT APOSTEMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

Country KTew*. GOULBURN. BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL-SHAMEFUL ATTEMPT AT APÖSTEMATION. On Tuesday last, the puoils»'-'oT the " Baptist Congregation^^aobath School" v_>yere examined Ja/Jftheir teachers, and re ygftrciflcd'with^fzes. We understand that . Vfseveral cTinôTrcri »Wi o aie tireiiiêbërs of the ^.-> English ChurclVare in the l:abit of attending this Sabbath School ; we cannot refrain from expressing our surprise, that their parents should, sanction this attendance; indeed, we think that they cannot be aware of the system of instruction there pursued, or they would be very reluctant in allowing their offspring to assemble where sectarian doctrines are inculcated. Th« major portion of the Testament which the pupils commit to memory, is expressly chosen as being that part of Scripture on which the Bap- tists lay peculiar stress, and we are author- ised in stating thal every care is taken to explain the text in such a manner that the doctrines of that party should appear at- tra...

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COMMUTED PENSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

COMMUTED PENSIONERS. IT is now several 'weeks since an article appeared in our paper expressing astonish- ment that those unfortunate men, ONCE BRAVE, but now borne down with age and infirmity, were riot paid the trifle awarded them 4Ad. per day, by the Lords Commis- sioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, and for ! the payment of which, authority was re j ceived by His Excellency the Commander ' of thc Forces. .Heyr long thc order may . t'.v been in j.the colony, we cannot deter;n:r¡n, neither ! is it our business to enquire. But this we j know, that our office is ofte; v¡sii¿d with : .igcci Military meu craving OM- rympithy v.- niaü* r>f them staling ..th.iVJ.'iY yt»a.v.ü ! V»tco '--'orne three or four hun J ¡üd m! le's in (>T):isL>i:;.j.riice of the inducement held out in ¿Ü! ndvcrUseinent which appeared in the i columns of the Sydney Herald in October J last, requiring their presence at some I board on the 4th November ; and that \ having appeared thereat, up to this mo jmen...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

Varieties. -o ^Matrimony,-Since the customs of so- ciety have awarded to man the privilege of making the first advance towards matri- mony, it is the safest and happiest way for woman to leave the matter entirely In his hands. She should be so educated as to consider that happinessjnay bejequajly at i tained ip married or-single life.ancTtliat no ? union but the most perfect one is at all de- sirable. Matrimony should be considered as an incident in life, which, if it come at all, must come without any contrivance. Where there is a fair chance of every woman's, being married who wishes it, the more things ate left to their natural course the better. Where girls are brought up to be good daughters and sisters, to consider the developement of their own intellectual and moral natures as the great business of life, and to view matrimony as a good, only when it comes unsought, and marked by such a fitness of things, inward and outward, as shows it to be one of the ap- pointments of God, ...

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THE MAN IN DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

THE MAN IN DIFFICULTIES. This is a member of perhaps the largest class of bachelors about town. To the un- initiated this assertion may seem strange, but is, nevertheless, strictly true. Half the young men that drive handsome cabs in_London, andJol.Lout.pf clulwoojn-^g "tlows, are u men ii» difficulties^' brougfit; on by their own improvidence, or a false position in the world. Tims I have a half pay officer, living on his eighty pounds a-year, daily perambulating Regent Street, in Parisian primrose kid-gloves, looking out for some wealthy friend or reckless lord to give him a dinner, in which, if he is disap- pointed, he quietly steps into a cheap eating house, and obtains the denied meal at the low rate pf eightpence or tenpence. After which, dressed in the very pink of fashion, he lolls into the opera-house, having obtained on order from a friendly bookseller, strolls into fat Mrs. Fid kin's box. and so astounds her bv talkiner of Iiis friends, Lord This, and the Duke ot That, th...

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WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

WOLLOM nr. POLICE OrrtcE : OLD FUZIC-TO süch of ray readers as tUis inoffensive soubriquet may seem unintelligible, but of whom; doubtless, a very small portion is resident in the famed district of Wollombi, where many might be found to have rendered good service as interpreters, hud their ex- istence extended backwards through tho days of Babel's erection-I beg to offer a brief elucidation. The construction of the term Fuzic would evi- dently imply a Teutonic origin,and it is much to be lamented, that amongst the ponderous volumes of - the Orthcepists I bavo hitherto consulted regarding its etymology, ali should have remained silent upon that mysterious dissoluble, which only needs utter- ance in our good district, to evoke a simultaneous association, amidst every age and size, of the ideas, justice, Court-house, Police Magistrate, and OLD LADY. Under tho lutter acceptation this term is very comprehensively employed throughout the rural districts of Yorkshire, and it will doubtless...

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Country News. MAITLAND. CRICKET MATHH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

Country News. MAITLAND. CRICKET MATCH.   On Wednesday, the 14th inst., a Cricket Match was played on the ground, West Maitland, between two elevens, residing in Maitland and the neighbourhood. Owing to the morning being rather wet, some of the players from a distance did not make appearance, and the attendance of specta- tors was not so numerous as it otherwise have been. The following is the score, from which it will be seen that Honeysett's side won by 5 runs and 4 wickets to go down : - HOLDSTOCK'S SIDE - FIRST INNINGS. Brewer, b. by Honeysett --- 7 Portsmouth, b. by Honeysett --- 6 Holdstock, c. by Rex --- 3 Wright, b. by Honeysett --- 4 Growns, run out --- 6 Hook, b. by Honeysett --- 0 Collins, b. by Holmes --- 1 Buckley, b. by Honeysett --- 3 Belcher, not out --- 0 Twiggs, b. by Honeysett --- 0 Hyde, b. by Honeysett --- 4 Byes --- 4 Total --- 38 SECOND INNINGS. Wright, c. by Bell --- 0 Portsmouth, b. by Honeysett --- 6 Holdstock, c. by Buckland --- 6 Hyde, b. by H...

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GRAND CRICKET MATCHES AT CANTERBURY—ALL ENGLAND AND KENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

GRAND CRICKET MATCHES AT CANTERBURY - ALL ENGLAND AND KENT. The annual matches between the "players"   of Kent and England, and between the "gentlemen" of Kent and England, which   have excited considerable interest in the cricketing world, took place during the past week on the Kent ground at Canterbury. The return game between the first eleven commenced on Monday, by England first taking the bat, and sending in succession the following excellent artists, in the science of "bat and ball," to the wicket, viz. : F. Pearson, Esq. ; C. G. Taylor, Esq. ; Barker, Box, Clark, Dean, Guy, Ham- mond, Lillywhite, Martingell, and Sewell ; opposed to whom were N. Felix, Esq. ; E. Bankes, Esq. ; E. Swann, Esq. ; C. Whittaker, Esq. ; Messrs. A. and W. Mynn, with Pilch, Adams, Dorrington, Hillier, and Martin. At the onset it was evident that England had selected a most formidable array of talent to contend against the "Men of Kent," whose ranks   have become ...

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Agents for this Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 January 1846

Agents ' for tula Journal. MB , THOMAS DOWSE . - ' 8. H. IÎAPSEX - - - TULLY , .... - Huon TAYLOR - . - JAMES CULLEN - . .JOTO-TAIT ..'-!' - . - GEO. A. LOWE - - -, B.C. HARRISON/;, « , M'ALISTEB"'-.;' -y: - K. WARD-- - - - ; - ¡ DOYLE - - -- - -;: FBEDEBIOK MITCHELL J. .FLORENCE M'CARTKY. - Brisbane " Town . Maitland -'.Newcastle - Parramatta . Windsor. - 'Hartley : . - Bathurst .' Yas s -, Broulee - Muswellbrook . Berrima . 'Goulburn ? . Campbelltown, Printed and published for tho Proprietor, by JOHN VAÜGHAN, of Woolloomoolloo, nt the Printing ^ Office, No. 17, Colonnade, Brldge-srrcer, Sydney.

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Original Poetry. WRITTEN WHILS TRAVELLING ON THE BOX BEAT OF THE MAIL, FROM SYDNEY TO GOULBURN, IN ANSWER TO THE "LYRICS" ON JONES'S COACH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 January 1846

-WSITTBH «MUI TÄAVEH.IKQ OSI TH« BOX BEAT O» TB! MAIL, FBOM STONEY TO OOULBUBlf, IK AM8WEB TO THE "tTBICS" 0* ÏOXES'S COACH. As I tossed off roy ale, And jumped np on tho MAIL. Alongside of the Coaohee JACK WADE, I unfolded " BELL'S LIFE," With amusement so rife And to feast on its columns, essayed. I read with devotion, * So easy tho motion, And so smoothly she flew o'er the stones; Thc first thing I'll montion That caught my attention Was a PUFF on tho Coach tun hy JOSEB. NOW I've travelled by "Mb,'' And indeed I'd be Io««b, At the merita of either to rail ; But " «au*" ïliyme or reason, 'TWP* almost High Troason ^,a"5 reflect on HEB MAJESTY'S "Mail." And " ye ken" MB BELL \^ lt " you" don't, I can tell, Although I'm not given to Flattery ; That every one knows, .As the style plainly «hows Tho "Lyrics" were written by St.*..IE.. AB for JONES'S long NED, If the truth must be said, He'll amuse now and then with a taie But, if fond of a Pun, Pleasure, comfort, and fun, Tuko advice, a...

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PETERSHAM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 January 1846

PETERSHAM RACES. TT IST of Snl'soriUrs, omi hu account of Money JL4 disbursed on nccoi«lt 0r the above Knees. £ s. a. Mr. Isaac Tittcrton .. .. ..110 D. Stewart . 0 10 0 .1 nra es Burnett .. .. .. 0 \c) o Messrs. Tooth .. .. ... ¡Í 2 « Mr. George Wilkie .. .. ..220 Charles Hensley- .. .. 0 10 0 Cluules Abercrombie ..1 1 0 Joseph Smiili.0 10 O James M'Kvoy .. ... .. OJO O Henry Denton .. .. .. 0 5 0 Jamos Walker .. .. 0 5 ll John Lane .. .. .. OOO James Webb .. .. ..OOO John Terry .. .. .. 0 10 0 Dennis Murphy . . . . ..050 Richard Ilnyes .. . . 0 10 O Aspinnll .. .. .... 0 10 0 John Dargin .. .. .. 0 IO 0 Collen mid Sou .. ... ..110 Friend .. .... .. 050 Jnmcs Cunningham .. ..0100 William Baker. OOO »alan .200 Juhn Gilligan .-. .. ii 0 5 0 Thomas Johnson .. .. .. 0 10 O Charles Jenkins .. .. 0 10 0 William B.i ..110 Blakey ;. .: .,- .. 0 10 0 Brierly .0 10 0 lt. Fawcett .. .. .. 110 M. Gill .. .0 5 0 T.Daley ' ."<#- .. .. 0 IO O J. Edrop .. ; .0 10 0 G. Watson . ll 10 0 J...

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WILLAINY WANQUISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 January 1846

' WILLAINY WANQUISIÏED. Unhappy Distillers ! your day has gotio by, Ami the hour hos arrived when your trade it must die ; Tho Govi'« enactments have settled your hash, And left you uo option hut simply to smash. How could you thrive by robbing tho Nation ? By killing the folk and Distilling damnation. By flooding the channels that lead us to sin, And floating us hellward on torrents of Gin ? Go repent of your follies your fortunes pursuing, You may jot do some good by commencing Ale brewing ; Sell your Worms and Still Heads to the verdigris mau, And your old copper kettles may buy a new pan. s Cease wirr.n! saya Bob, for you wrong mo the while You break your own teeth wheu you bito an OLD ruc ; Tho RBWENUK may stifler when I am no jobber, Then which is it T, or thc G o vi's tho robber? He's ruined my trado till Its not worth a straw, And I'm just like a mouse neath the Governor's paw; Ho pulls at my tail till he's scarce left a stump. And hu'll turn mo adrift now with bara back and...

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DRAPERS' CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 January 1846

DRAPERS' CLUB RACÉS. I YEATI after year tins sporting . fraternity ps seem not only to be adding to the import- {» ance' of their.meeting, as far as substantial m attraction is concerned, but the visible im- m ptovement in itheir Jockeyship, bye laws, [$j and general compliance to the established JJ-y rules of racing', .lead us to augur most j^j favorably bf subsequent doings. ' This is jj& the third year of ¿heir existence as a club* gf and though formerly the amusements pie- fis sented by them on the Anniversary day jg were looked «po» ái a nondescript specif! ot' entertainment, instituted for tlie sol« gratification of themselves and their. Tail trbnds,tho liberal prizes contested fot, liáv< - this year given mattera a far different cum p lex ion. Thou,gh favourable to Aquatics, the daj was oppressive and sultry tn the extreme The clouds of dust upon the road speedily look the shine out of external attraction! and served to deter any but the mosi thorough faced...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 January 1846

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. JANUARY 27.-Tho schooner Dundee Merchant, 03 lons, Davies," master, fruin the whaling grounds. 28.-The ship Adele,-478 tons, Luhrs, mastor, from a whaling voyage; left Havre thc Oth of August, 181-1. 28. -The American whaling ship Baltic,. 10!) tons, Butler,, master. Left Fairhaven the 12th of December, 1813. 29. -The brig Olinda. 221 tons, Crick-nay, master, from Oporto tlio 20th September. 29.-The barque Fortescue, 300 tons, Pellatt, mastor, from Norfolk Island the 19lli instant. 29.-Tho American barque. Fortune, 212 tons, Bailey, master, from thc whaling grounds. 23.-Tho schooner Wave, 05 tons, Birkinshaw, master, from Oahu, Saudwich Islands, the lQtli ol November, DEPARTURES. JANU.WY 21.-The schooner Falcon, Merrett, master, Tor tho South Sea Islands. 27. -Tho steamer. Sovereign, Cape, master, for Moreton Bay/ 28. -Tho barque Entcrprize, Wright, master, for Loudon. 28.-The barque Cecilia, Pearce, master, for Auckland, via Newcastle. 28. -Tho scho...

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ANNIVERSARY OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 January 1846

ANNIVERSARY OF THE COLONY. OK Monday last was celebrated with due pomp and (ceremony, the Fifty-eighth An- niversary of the Poundation of the Colony. Never was there a more glorious or auspi ; cious day. The sun shone with splendour ; from morn' till 'dewy eve ; and the blue ; waters ti/ Port Jackson reflected his radiant beams with such fidelity and truth to j nature, that they appeared to be a sea of ; burnished gold, on which vessels of all hues . and dimensions glided and sported about'in every imaginable direction. The day was, of course, observed as a public holiday-all .the public offices, counting-houses, &c, and most of the shops in Sydney having been closed. At an early hour in the \i morning the Royal Standard floated grace- jé fully upon the tower of the new Govern |; ment House; and the harbour presented a >* splendid appearance, the several vessels I lying in it being pranked out in their re- spective flags. From a little after eight f o'clock, crowds of per...

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PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 January 1846

PIGEON SHOOTING. THE Norwood Pigeon Club bad their usiial monthly meeting on Satnrday last, at the Club Ground, Norwood, when owing to unavoidable and unforeseen occurrences, but very few of the members were present. By another unfortunate accident the birds did not arrive on the ground till late in the afternoon ; dud when there, did not afford much sport, few of the birds rising well from the trap. The Club does not im- prove in its shooting, for not one of the members present killed'all his birds. On Thursday afternoon a match took place at Mrs,'Avery's, on the Parramatta Road, between Mr. R. Underwood, and Mr. A. Pattison, at 20 birds, 21 yards rise, for £5 aside and the birds-scored as follows : Pnttisoh ooiJdnloot liioiom-13 out of 20 Underwood 11000111011010110011-12 " 20 Underwood losing liy one bird. Another match then took place between Messrs. Pattison and Clarke, iame num- ber of birds, 21 yards rise, for"£5 aside and the birds-score as follows:-'' Clarke-1100IO1111111 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 January 1846

Hartley Subscription Races. TO take place ou Wednesday and Thurs- day, the 4lh and 5th days of March next, when the following PRIZES will be run for :- . First Day, March the 4th, 184C. FIRST RACE. Hartley Town Plate of Thirty rounds. Entrance £3. Heats twice round; three entrances or no race for all horses ; weight for agc. SECOND RACE. Maiden Plate of Twenty Pouuds. Entrance £'i. Heats once round ; throe entrances or no race, for all horses that have never run for an adver- tised prize ; weight for age. THIRD RACE. A Hack Itaco of Ton Pounds, Post entrance. £\ 4.3. entrance or no race ; weight 9 stone. Second-Day« March the 5th, 1846. FIRST RACE; Thc Publicans' Purse of Twenty Pounds. Entrance £2. Heats twice round ; three entrances or no race, for all horses carrying ll stone. SECOND RACE. Tho Beaten Purse of Ten Pounds, with a Sweep- stakes pf £1 each ; one heat twice round, for all beaten horses during the meeting; to he handi- capped by tho Stewards. R U I¡ E S. No person allo...

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