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PRINCB OF WAI>BS YACHT CLUB.

PRINCB OF WAI>BS YACHT CLUB.

The first annual ball of this club took place on Tuesday last, at Willis’s Rooms, St James’s-square (Alraack’s), and a more fashionable and ditiinqu* reunion, we will venture to affirm, has not graced those celebrated assembly rooms this season. All the officers of the club appe
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ADMBABURBMBNT OF TONNAOB.

ADMBABURBMBNT OF TONNAOB.

Editor : I have read with much intereat the letters in the last number of your valuable journal on Adraeastireraent of Tonnage,” by Vanderdeckcn and Mr Hcwes. The great interest which I, in common with aU admirers yacht sailing, take in the question at issue, must the excuse for
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ON THB TAT,

ON THB TAT,

TBB laAT BOAT BA< Mr Editor I th>t Meun Rnd AkUbc rowing UKk Loisond or GareJoch, the only conretuent (rfnc**, (In mr eatimation) the dispoted rowing match can be brought aatufactory Two or three days after the race challenge appeared one of onr Glasgow papers, stating that the
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TBB NBW SHIP YAOBT BYLPBIDB.

TBB NBW SHIP YAOBT BYLPBIDB.

Mr Editor : The following slight sketch of the new ship yacht Sylnhide R.Y.S., she sail*! out Portamoutb Harbour last week, may interest some of your yachting readers. I make following comments as 1 consider yacht much open to criticism a race horse or any other public object. S
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
RABBIT COURBINO.

RABBIT COURBINO.

A match came off on Monday last Stretford, between Mr George Shaw's Payment and Mr George Adsheid’s Gipsy, tb* best of 18 courses, for 45 aids. Payment caught the first, second, and third, Gipsy the fourth, Pavment fifth, Gipsy sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth, and Payment the
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOR LENGTH OP EAR.

FOR LENGTH OP EAR.

I. Mr Tenet’s grey dec, . ft. Tenet's black doe. »*lb te?*r.Tn. wjotu. act. iw- IJ*. n.». .. JN ♦! .. »* N FOE COLOUB. {Mr Tatlor’a black and white buck vtekieg and width of ear, and ahape) ik I Mr Haakrldgc'a black and white doe (taking colonr, ejc. andeartrtagej 17k ...... ...
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OANINS FANCY.

OANINS FANCY.

A show of bulldog*, black and Ua terrier*, spaniel, and Maltese dega, take* place this evening, the lost, Mr Banyan's, th* Hand.tn> Hand. Princrawatrect, La®. don-r*ad, Southwark. Chair taken by Mr James, who will show his small white half-bred stock-dog, under Jib. and be prepa
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BELL S LIFE IN LONDON, FEBRUARY 6, 1853-PUBLISHED IN TIME FOR ALL THE SATURDAY MORNING MAILS AND EARLY RAILWAYS.

BELL S LIFE IN LONDON, FEBRUARY 6, 1853-PUBLISHED IN TIME FOR ALL THE SATURDAY MORNING MAILS AND EARLY RAILWAYS.

Gilbert is certainly mock tke yoonger man of the two. and. were to put himself under proper care, premises prove a tolerably fair candidate for pedestrian honours; whilst, oa the contrary, Richardson does not, his action, give hopes of attaining celebrity his profession, though
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIAN ISM. MATOHBfI TO COMB.

PEDESTRIAN ISM. MATOHBfI TO COMB.

Fib 7.—Thoat* Boidell of Lowtoo and William Brin dell of Prtscott (both Laocaabire}—Soo jarda, aide, at BaUeraa, Maachcatcr. 7.— W. and H. Baniea—to run lac milea, a aide, at the Cope.” 7 and 8.-Handicap Weal Part. HaMaa, lor pnsaa. 7,— W. Stead and W. Spence—lso jaida, side, Wa
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

COIN MARKET, MARK-LANE, PaiDAT. Feb 4. The supplies of English Wheat hare been moderata during the week, and inactive, out reduction in prices from Monday. Foreign Wheat experienced only moderate inquiry. In the few transactions occurring to-day there no material change ralue. B
February 6, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England