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Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle

THE THAMES VERSUS THE CLYDE

... not whether Coombes shou'ld h» on™ «f the four, but whether men infinitely superior G.Camphen we not be found plentiful blackberries.” Let the backers of the Lon- Sol men beware, or they will hear the Scottish friends of the Clyde crew i..p uo in token ...

Tut Oaks, for Bitches

... o>e. Mr abacut Bowles’*, Bnmatone (an a bye TlbS. Lark beat Banquet Ha-tv bevt Brimstone I . .. .. Dbcibino Cotasa Hasty Blackberry, Lark to run a bye; divided between the three owing to the frost. The Ktakks, of 3 sovaench. Mr Locke's bl Laurel beat ...

Blackberry beat Leda

... Blackberry beat Leda . TV. •» »*■l »> Tm wk'« iO>«.v n--) »1 - , , li j - -ti. !■ f i.i if . b«t it -.•>* l • '»■ •••• •'*■' t' h* ••»••• intin***’'pappy C*n»eo A9fIUUWN PARK COURSING. ?•*» boitok bki-l’s lira ttv iwvnox Sin-Allow m« n.form jour that ...

WINCHBURGH CLUB SPRING MEETING, Fbb. 18

... Mr Cdlrcrt's bk .dd . C00n. Mr 80.1.. u Mr Ass’s r b Airy (late Fly) •• cided coarae) Fia.T Tib*. A:r« I Brocarde beat Blackberry Qitdtteif I bd»l Counteu The Btocbton Stabbs. s i ’„', , ' , d ’s , r?k l i. 3(S'.o ;v*« c^r W,ndh»m .bk d vvrekld . M ...

MxmxG annyirouNDS, 1839-40,

... stakes, four subs. Hasty, bk b: Mr Hcathcote’s.—At Deptford Inn, Dec. 3,4, and 5, divided the Oaks stakes, eleven subs, with Blackberry and Lark. HRMLocK.f d, by Leader, out of Hero; Mr Heyes’s.—At Ridgway (Southport), Dec. 4. s,and 6, won ths Martiudale stakes ...

J H H .Leeds'—The bet is p.p

... and ample reasons for a like rejoicing. But theie are some men who never can be satisfied, though reasons are plenty as blackberries.’’ It is astonishing how a man may puff himself into importance by the sheer force of doing wrong. Lord Cardigan speaks ...

GRAND STEEP! E-CHACE

... Wilful, and won the stakes. The CniTTBRN Stakes, for aged bitches. Lord Rivers's Gnloarc Mr Lock ?'»Lovely beat Mr Bigg's Blackberry Capt Wyndhatn’s WoodpigeoD Mr Locke’s Lovely bea' Rivers’s Galnarc, and won the stakes. The Starks. Mr Locke’s La* beat ...

Beaumont beat Com. Lin | Boswell beat Hercules Mr Biggs, as owner of the two winners, received the stakes

... The Codkohd All-acei> Stakks. Etwall’s f Eccaleobeoa beat Mr Locke’s w Lark Mr Bowles’s Bowling-green .. Mr Biggs’s bk Blackberry Mr EtwaL’i Eccalcobeon and Mr Bowles’s Bowjing green divided the stakes, The Ashton Stakks. Mr Goodlake’s Geneva beat Lord ...

THE EQUITY EXCHEQUER BILLS

... Notwltha’anding the nnlavourable state of the weather her Majesty the Queen Dowage'honoured the meet of the Belvoir hounds on Blackberry-hill on Saturday. Her Majesty left the castle at halt-past two, on horseback, in company with the Duke ef Rutland, the Marquis ...

:— ' _ , , . w_■»«» nMrm Vaekati to Frmnee Himborzh, Breaian, Antlftta, Bah»m%, B»ib»4o* (pMt flrw) by J-Cowtc ..

... pence. W L, Preston—lt is bred and born. Ross-The bet about the hare in tbs Csld” is off. Fools are more plentU ful than blackberries. 8 J—l. One shilling.——9. A shilling for every 7* words for copy. The bodies on the ’plains of Waterloo were burled, not ...

fl«Id howaaeo, Including the noble uniter the buehhoundi, the muni Aohffuec. lenvinc the Mount the deer bent ..

... young Are andgorse, and quiet, and on the ouUlde of the country, was a favourite retreat of reynard. The next move was to Blackberry Brake, the first of a eeriea of small covers, belonging to the lords Westerteigh parish; was blank, though the hounda, by ...

“^»°‘‘ ~ Wr. asreert to attend t0 - with the original propoaitlon. Pic. adill*. to draw up article in want

... shallow water. A* mj.JhaJday they had been thick as within hail or sight, although on - k f losing my capture, stuck mj blackberries” close to this At the r.sk of losing but lt was rod in the turf, and tried obiect bv half, only the lower extretoo small ...