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STATE OF THE ODDS AND SALE OF BLOOD STOCK.

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By Messrs. Tattersall, on Ascot Heath, on Saturday, March 14:

THE DUKE OF BEAUFORT'S HORSES IN TRAINING. Lord Ronald, ch h, 6 yrs, by Stockwell out of Edith (Mr. T. V. Morgan)...

1500 Gomera, ch m, 6 yrs, by Marsyas out of Palma (Duke of Newcastle)

1000 Ceylon, b h, 5 yrs, hy Idle Boy out of Pearl (Sir R. Graham)...

420 Viridis, bf, 4 yrs, by Marsyas out of Maid of Palmyra (Mr G. Angell)

2000 Miss Skerratt, br f, 4 yrs, by First Lord out of Miss Judy Macan (Mr. H. Morris)

100 Caucasus, brc, yrs, by Muscovite out of Figtree (Mr. Innes),

110 Vauban, br c, 4 yrs, by Muscovite out of Palm (Captain Machell)

3200 Lady Hester, bf, 4 yrs, by Thunderbolt, out of Lurley (Mr. P. Price)

200 Aquila, br c, 3 yrs, by Birdhill, out of Amalthea (Duke of Hamilton)

430 Painshill, ch c, 3 yrs, by Birdhill out of Doglia (Duke of Hamilton)

630 Herald, 6 c, 3 yrs, by Trumpeter out of Palm (Mr. T. V. Turner)

200 Pleasure Boat, b c 3 yrs, by Lifeboat out of Jovial (Colonel Carlton)

35 Lady Grace, ch f, 3 yrs, by St. Albans out of Lurley (Mr. Stephenson)

200 Papillon, br f, 3 yrs, by St. Albans out of Farfalla (Mr. Brayley)

400 Maesllwch, b f, 3 yrs, by Birdhill out of The Roe (Mr. Hodgman)

240 San Dial, br f, 3 yrs, by Wild Dayrell out of Miss Slick (Mr. Blenkiron)...

50 B f, 3 yrs, by Young Melbourne out of Bab at the Bowster, (Mr. Cavallero)

520 Europa, ch f, 3 yrs, by Trumpeter out of Ionica (Sir R. Graham)

1000 B c, 2 yrs, by Birdhill out of Lurley (Mr. Foy)

100 B ¢, 2 yrs, by Glenmasson out of Figtree (Mr. Hodgman) B c, 2 yrs, by Trumpeter out of Palm (Mr. J. Denman)

600 Chc, 2 yrs, by Trumpeter out of The Roc (Mr. Padwick)

1050 Ch f, 2 yrs, by Trumpeter out of Cachuca (Mr. W. Day)

450 Ch f, 2 yrs, by Trumpeter out of Farfalla (Duke of Newcastle)

500 Br f, 2 yrs, by Birdhill out of Amalthea (Mr. H. Morris)

155 Ch 1, 2 yrs, by Birdhill out of Doglia (Mr. W. Day)

250 THE DERBY. March 2. March 9. March 16. March 23. March 27.

(Run May 27). Lady Elizabeth

11 to 2 6 to 1 7 to 1 6 to 1 11 to 2 Rosicrucian

10 1

1 8 1 Green Sleeve

10 1 10 1

10 1 Speculum

50 1 40 1 40 1 12 1 Pace

100 8 100 7100 6 Suffolk

16 1 15 1 Typhæus......

100

6 Blue Gown

100 6 18 1 Rabican

25 1 25 1 The Earl...

25 ... 1

25 1 Uncas

3 See-Saw

40 1 100 3

1000 ...35 Harvester

50 1 40 1 St. Ronan

40 1 Restitution..

100 1 Franchise

100 1 100 1 100 1 Chelsea

100 1

1000 ...15 Sardanaple

100 1 2,000 GUINEAS STAKES.

(Run April 28). Rosicrucian

1 5 1

1 10 Pace

1

1 7. 1 10 1 15 Formosa 1 6 1 7 1

7 1 Green Sleeve

1 8 1
1

1 Typhæus.......

11 1

1 100 ...12 Blue Gown..

100 8 100 6

20 Rabican

25 1 20 1 100 6 See-Saw

30 1

100 7100 Vale Royal.....

20 1 18 1

19 1 Banditto

20 1

25 Harvester

33 1 30 1 St. Ronan

40 1 Chelsea

100

40 1 20 1 Restitution ........

50 Michael de Basco

50 1 Sir J. Hawley's lot....

450 200 Printed by Rogerson and Tuxford, 265, Strand, London,

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Full Moon, 6th day, at 37 min. past 6 afternoon.
Last Quar., 14th day, at 15 min. past 5 afternoon.
New Moon, 22nd day, at 36 min. past 6 morning.
First Quar., 28th day, at 42 min. past 11 afternoon.

Moon'
Age.

morning

s 7 30 F RISES

afternoon

Morning

Sun Moon HIGH WATER M.W. OCCURRENCES.

rises and rises & London Bridge D.D.

sets.

sets.

morn. aftern. h. m. d. h. m. h. m. h. m.

SETS. 1 F Pointer & Setter Trials-Stafford. r 4 33 9 8 47 9 29 2 s The Quorn Sale.

8 7 23 10 2 52 10 10 10 49 38 Third Sunday after Easter. lr 4 3011 3 2111 2511 56 4M Cricket-Cambridge.

s 7 26 12 3 47 12 24 5 T Chester Races.

r 4 2613 4 13 12 49 1 13 6 W Chester Cup Day.

1 36 1 58 7 T Wark Steeple Chases.

r 4 22 15 8 17 2 18 2 38 8 F Easter Term Ends.

s 7 33 16 9 21 2 57 3 14 9 S

r 4 19 1710 18 3 32 3 50 10 8 Fourth Sunday after Easter. 5 7 36 1811 10 4 9 4 27 11 M Cricket-Lord's M.C.C.v. Artillery r 4 16 1911 55 4 46 5 4 12 T York Races.

s 7 39 20 5 22 5 41 13 WOld May Day. (Cambridge. r 4 13 21 12 33 6 3 6 26 14 T Doncaster Races. Cricket- 8 7 42 22 1 4 6 50 7 15 15 F Cricket-Marlboro' M.C.C. Match.r 4 1023 1 33 7 44 8 '18 16 S

s 7 44 24 1 58 8 55 9 31 17 Kogation Sunday.

r 4 7 25 2 2110 510 38 18 M Cricket-M.C.C. v. Colts. s 7 47 26 2 45 11 1011 39 19 T Bath Races.

r 4 427 39 112 6 20W

8 7 50 28 3 35 12 28 12 49 21 T Cricket-Oxford M.C.C. v. U. r 4 2 29 4 4 1 11 1 32 22 F Harpenden Races.

s 7 53 N

1 51 2 11 23 s

r 3 59 1 9 8 2 31 2 52 248 Sunday after Ascension. s 7 56 210 10 3 13 3 34 25 M Cricket-Lord's M.C.C. v. Surreyr 3 57 311 4 3 54 4 17 26 T Epsom Races.

s 7 58 411 50 4 40 5 3 27 W The Derby Day.

r 3 55 5 5 27 5 53 28 T Cricket-Lord's Household Brigades 8 1 612 26 6 20 6 50 29 F The Oaks Day.

r 3 53 7 12 57 7 22 7 58 30 S The Islington Horse Show. 8 8 3 8 1 27 8 36 9 13 31 Juhit Sunday. Paris Races. r 3 51 9 1 52 9 46 10 19

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THE OMNIBUS,

"There he sat, and, as I thought, expounding the law and the prophets, until on drawing a little noaror, I found he was only expatiating on the merits of a brown horse," --BRACEBRIDGE HALL.

WAY BILL:- -The late Alderman Copeland and Earl Cardigan-The Boat

Race-Races of the Month-Hunting Mems. yue Boat Race, the fate of Typhæus, the victory of the first Blair

Athol, the triumph of “Baq" over “ List," and the rival agonies of the Rose, the Green, and the Blue factions have left their mark on April. We have lost a good, genial sportsman in Alderman Copeland, and, in fact, there were not many men on the turf who, in these come-andgo days, had owned horses longer. His colours had been seen for upwards of a third of a century, and as long as the Potteries had a racecourse he stuck by it. His victories with anytbing there excited as much enthusiasm as those of Isaac at Warwick, Beeswing at Newcastle, or Black and All Black in the " West Countrie." We think it was there that the judge (who was quite beyond reproach) gave a decision against him in a very near thing. The Yorkshire Ronghs frightened old Mr. Clark not a little on Knavesnire when he ruled for Mildew (Nat) against Cantab (Job Marson); but their rage was nothing to that of the Pottery men, who were for lynching Mr. White on the spot. Harry Edwards returned to the saddle in '37, and The Alderman gave him some mounts on Prime Warden. He was on hini in that unlucky St. Leger, when Epirus, the first favourite, was pressed into the ditch as they rose the hill, and threw Scott into the middle of the course, and when a greyhound made a dash at the leaders near the Intake turn, and brought John Day and Henriade to grass. The blow which broke Bill Scott's collar-bone was the only thing of historical importance that the Prime Warden's heels ever did, although he became à useful country sire.

King Cole was the Alderman's great card, and Marlow, who could then ride 7st. 7lbs., his favourite jockey. The latter was on “the King” in the Chester Cup; but he always maintained that it was a good thing over, and that his victory was solely owing to Tommy Lye on Potentate holding him so very cheap, and only looking after Birdlime. Potentate let King Cole know what o'clock it was when he met him at the Potteries, and the potters kept shouting in vain for “ The King," as the pair raced round that curious course. If the Alderman could honour a ward or city office by calling a horse or mare after it, he did. Still, right dearly as he loved the sport, he never took any pains to have a strong lead in it. He would go to no expense to have å number of yearlings to pick from, and if he could win a race occasionally and please his friends in the Midlands, his ambition was quite satisfied. The late Mr. E. Buckley trained in the same stable ; they were heroes of very much the same kidney, and they have not long survived each other. It was refreshing to see the Alderman among the turfites of these fast Young England days, with his jolly and yet not corpulent form, his florid

healthy face, with the coloured linen tie,

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