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ROYAL VICTORIA YACHT CLUB, RYDB.

ROYAL VICTORIA YACHT CLUB, RYDB.

May 19.—Yachts at and oft’ the Station : Vestal, B. G. Rowlea, Derwent, E. Hoare, Esq ; Mona, W. L. Drinkwater, Esq; Rorence, Captain Thelluson ; Peri, W. Alcock, Esq; Kudora. Peter F. Roe, Esq, from Foreign. Fitting out and Cruising off; Bitten, E. S. Scholefield, Esq, fitting
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ROYAL YACHT CLUB STATION, KINGSTOWN.

ROYAL YACHT CLUB STATION, KINGSTOWN.

Royal St Geobob’s Yacht Club.— At and about the Station—The Cynthia, tons, H. Roe, E»q; Rose, tons, Rose, Esq (we have heard, but not upon sufficient autbonty, that this vessel’s name has been changed to the Isabel); Water Kelpie, 50tons, H. Singleton, Esq; Julia, tons, M. O’Rei
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ROYAL WESTERN YACHT CLUB OF IRELAND.

ROYAL WESTERN YACHT CLUB OF IRELAND.

The usual meeting of the member* of this club took place for ballot on Wednesday last ; the following were amongst those admittedJ. A. Clarke, Esq, R.M.V.C., Hamilton-square, Birkenhead; M. Kenny.Esq,Ennis; Messrs John and James Paley. Prestos, Overton cutter, tons, and Aurora s
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ROYAL LONDON YACHT CLUB.

ROYAL LONDON YACHT CLUB.

The monthly meeting of thia club took place on Monday laat at the Caledonian Hotel, Adelphi Terrace, when about thirty members aat do»n to the house dinner at eight o’c ock. The commodore, James Goodson, Esq, took the chair, and the business commenced by the reading and confirmi
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
YACHTING MEMORANDA.

YACHTING MEMORANDA.

Mb Editor : I have just been overhauling the yachts fitting out in Birkenhead Docks, and have logged down the following observations. The Ariel, schooner, is fitted out; she is fine sea-boat, but in other reapects ordinary-looking craft. She baa new suit of sails, prettily cut,
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THAMES UNITY CLUB MATCH

THAMES UNITY CLUB MATCH

Thi* fast risiof club rowed their first foor-osred match on Tuesday last end it came olfto the satisfaction all who took part in, or witnessed it. The match consisted of five fours in three beats, the distance rowed being from little above Battersea Bridge a boat just below Putn
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
W. POCOCK AND H. CXaASPBR'S MATCH

W. POCOCK AND H. CXaASPBR'S MATCH

There »aa very full meeting men at Mr J. Clayton % the ship, auxbmi Hndge-road, on Thursday night, upon completing the ttakea tide in above intercstmc cvet.t,lived for nevtTueaday. The r taken by Robert and' the money having n duly * p< ® * , I-ode Hawaes not a litUa rr * ' bat
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TYNE AMATEUR ROWING CLUB

TYNE AMATEUR ROWING CLUB

Tuesday last, tbia club oi«ened their new boat house, and commenced the aquatic season by procession of all the boat* the aooety. The strong south-east wind blow tug the time, and the rough state tae river, prevented the anticipated pleasure pleasant ** pullbut the crews, who we
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ITCHEN FERRY (SOUTHAMPTON) REGATTA.

ITCHEN FERRY (SOUTHAMPTON) REGATTA.

On Monday and Tuesday last the snnual Itchen Ferry (Southampton) Regatta came off, and was conducted throughout with unususl spirit. Unfortunately the illness of the owner of the new Mosquito prevented a most inlaeatiDg ma*eb between three boats, all bu.lt lengthened during the
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CANINE FANCY

CANINE FANCY

A canine aahlbiUoa plicc neat WacjncaO.v evening, gbaa'e, Head-court, Windmill-vtroet, 11. rmarkel, where the eight. »fe. every infenaUion ran hail. Several of the oldeat and beet (anctera m London barn atund to neopcee. Ac. Neat WednewtAy evening gemUmen'. aaraD Soge. (errata,
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England