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ITH STFFPLE CHiSES w- take place on 1 be SOLD by AL'CTION, bv Uetsn TATTERSALL, Alll naraday next, Feb It.

ITH STFFPLE CHiSES w- take place on 1 be SOLD by AL'CTION, bv Uetsn TATTERSALL, Alll naraday next, Feb It.

I JL »t Hyd« Park-eorntr. on Monday, 7th Fabnury ito-morrow , the property of G»a.no Back, eteand with 11 ~ lk *''“xWcTSktraordinanlf faal TROTTBBi. chaanat teldm* and chaanat mare; U~ I Potent Lad Simple K l •••••••• J® * bean reaularly together and »in«le :; vSS??touiiv.;::;::
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SOUTH WOLD HUNT.—The SOUTH WOLD COUNTRY will VACANT NEXT LADY DAY. and it now to be to anv gentleman wishing

SOUTH WOLD HUNT.—The SOUTH WOLD COUNTRY will VACANT NEXT LADY DAY. and it now to be to anv gentleman wishing

undertake the same. Application to be to Sir Edward Brackenbury. of Skendleby. Spilsby, Lincolnshire, to William Walker, Eaq, of Spilsby aforesaid, the treasurer of the hunt. XACHTS for SALE (PRIVATELY).—Schooners and cutters, clipper, cruising, shooting isbrng craft of characte
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
fSURE CHINA FOWLS of the largest breed; colour buff ground, partridge feathered. SitUngs of egg* from bird* which took first

fSURE CHINA FOWLS of the largest breed; colour buff ground, partridge feathered. SitUngs of egg* from bird* which took first

and second prlxcs at the late Birmingham and other eahibition*. may had each egg, box and packing extra. Addrettto T. A., Bubblcombe, Torquay, Devon. COCHIN CHINA FOWLS for SALE.—Some very handsome bright gold and buff coloured cockerella, and buff, yellow, and cinnamon coloured
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VETERINARY SURGEONS.—The friends a L YOUNG MAN, who h»* ju»t completed hi* apprenticeship in one of the largeat establishment* England,

VETERINARY SURGEONS.—The friends a L YOUNG MAN, who h»* ju»t completed hi* apprenticeship in one of the largeat establishment* England,

are desirous of placing him with a rctermary surgeon of extensive practice for a few years, previous hi* going to Term* of less consideration than the prospect of improvement.—Apply to Mr . Denham. Kegworth. near Derby ; te Messrs Lucas and Go's Repository. Liverpool.
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO be SOLD by AUCTION, by Meun TATTERS ALL. at Hyde Park-corner, on Monday. Feb 7. the property of gentleman;

TO be SOLD by AUCTION, by Meun TATTERS ALL. at Hyde Park-corner, on Monday. Feb 7. the property of gentleman;

The well-known STALLION RED DEER, bay horse, 1861. Venison out of The Soldier’s Daughter, by Tltc Colonel, her dam Oscar out of Camarine’s dam; winner of the Somersetshire Stakes and Cheater Cup S years old, and ef many other races. He sire ol Timid Fawn. M't** Fanny, and many o
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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TO SOLD by AUCTION, Messrs TATTERSALL, at Hyde Park-corner, on Monday, February, the property of officer ordered abroad, TliE TREASURER,

TO SOLD by AUCTION, Messrs TATTERSALL, at Hyde Park-corner, on Monday, February, the property of officer ordered abroad, TliE TREASURER,

brown gelding ; superior hunter, very fast and IS stone.
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
rpO SOLD AUCTION, Messrs TATTERSALL, ■ at Hyde Park-corner, on Monday, 14ih February, following TWO weight carrying HORSES, have been

rpO SOLD AUCTION, Messrs TATTERSALL, ■ at Hyde Park-corner, on Monday, 14ih February, following TWO weight carrying HORSES, have been

regularly hunted up to the present time, the property gentleman giving up hunting in consequence of an accident: 1. VISCOUNT, the Earl, dam Blacklock, wtouer of the Hunters' Stakes I 100. 1632. 2. OPTIMUS, Balaoni, Jam Bob Booty ; very fast and a good fencer.
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SOLD AUCTION, Messrs BHETHERTON and HARRISON, at the Midland Counties Repository, No. 1. Cheapside, Birmingham, on Thursday, the ITlh February,

SOLD AUCTION, Messrs BHETHERTON and HARRISON, at the Midland Counties Repository, No. 1. Cheapside, Birmingham, on Thursday, the ITlh February,

itM .without reserve;, the property gentleman; 1. THE DRAG, bay gelding, years old, by Heron out of Miss Collingwood’a dam; is perfectly sound, and regular work; for performances see Steeple be SOLD by AUCTION (without any reserve), X Messrs BRETHERTuN and HAKKIsON, the Stud Far
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Shrewsbury great annual horse fair.— Messrs BRKTHBRTO.N and HARRISON, al the Midland Counties lory, Birmingham, beg respectfully to inform the

Shrewsbury great annual horse fair.— Messrs BRKTHBRTO.N and HARRISON, al the Midland Counties lory, Birmingham, beg respectfully to inform the

public* that it is their intention to establish ANN UAL oue day’s) SALE AUCTION, at Shrewsbury, during the fair week. Noblemen, agriculturists and others, having horses dispose and wishing to enter them for this sale, are solicited to make early application. Midland Counties Rep
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
be SOLD by AUCTION, Cart Horses.—Messrs jl RYMILL and OOWfR will SELL, their Repoeitorr, Barbican, on Pnday neat, Feb 11,

be SOLD by AUCTION, Cart Horses.—Messrs jl RYMILL and OOWfR will SELL, their Repoeitorr, Barbican, on Pnday neat, Feb 11,

TWENTY-SEVEN eupenoractive CART HORSES, eome with power and eubetance equal to the work *f brewers «od distillen, other* suitable tor earners, carmen, contractor*, fanners, ke, all fit for immediate work. On new.
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England