STEEPLECHASES have decidedly become extremely popular in France. The second of the season came off on Sunday last, at La Marche, near Ville-d'Avray, a few miles from Paris and Versailles; and although the weather was threatening, and as usual, a rather heavy price was levied for
Mowns.T.— Duke of Bedford's Debchick, 3 yri, Bst 71b., agst Mr. Newland's Cranbourue Chase, 2 yrs, 6st 71b, 200 sore, h ft. A.F. TUESDAY.- Lord Glasgow's Senorita, 4 yrs, Bst 71b, agat Mr. Newland's Grimalkin, 2 yn, 6st 121 b, 100 sous, It ft. Last half of Ab. hl. FRIDAY.—Duke o
SF.COND TESTIMONIAL. "March 10th, 1852. "In reply to your letter received this morning, respecting the Gutta Percha Tubing fur Pump Service, I can state. with much satisfaction, it answers perfectly. Many Builders, and other persons, have lately examined it, and there is not the
NZXT Saturday, the 4th of June, is fixed for the first sailing match of the season, for two pieces of plate. The following is the only entry in the VISIT CLASS. Corolla As this class has nut filled up there can be no race. The contest for the challenge cup and Her Majesty's plat
ON Tuesday last the representatives of these Clubs met upon the ground of W. B. Ferrand, Esq., at Bingley, to fight their battle. It is but justica to Mr. Ferrand to state that he afforded every accommodation that either the combatant parties or the many spectators could desire.
T INKTNOII. SECOND INNIKOS. Eccles, b Baumgarten 9 b Evans Morris, b Evans Rev. J. Spring, b Evans 9 not out lion. A. S. Annesley, e Butt, b Evans Rev. E. Stothert, o IBS, b Bryan T b Evans Palmer, b Urquhart 1 b Evans 11. Palmer, b Evans 6 b Evans Otway, not out Carney, c Baumg
BELGIAN AND AUSTRIAN ALLIS:7OR Tho independaxce Beige contains the following semi-official announcement : —" The news of the projected union between H.R.11. the Duke of Brabant and the Archduchess Marie of Austria, daughter of the late Palatine, is fully confirmed. The King of t
and greenhouse plants Messrs. Lane and Son, nurserymen, Great Berkhampstead, Herte, for 11 greenhouse azaleas; Mr. Mr. Franklin, gardener, to Mrs. Lawrence, Ealing Park, for 25 exotic orchids; Messrs. 'Rollisson, nurserymen, Tooting, for 18 exotic orchids • Mr. Wooley, gardener