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MISTLETOE.

MISTLETOE.

Mr Dorliaf wind* up bit programme with four ereata on the Friday, be■idea the all-attractive one ef the „ Conaideriog the liberal arrangements made on thla occaaaen by the railroad aothoritiea, which the ordinary traina and fare* are available all to whom price ia object, not on
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Sandhurst Eskrett Clair deLune Eskrett

Sandhurst Eskrett Clair deLune Eskrett

Sandhurst Eskrett Clair Eskrett Pantomiae lUkrett Surprise Dtoicl O’Rourke— J. Scott SoDgstreu J. Scott Phantom J. Scott West Australian ~.. J. Scott The Mayor of Hull.. J. Scott Umbriel J. Scott Harworth J. Scott The Queen J. Scott Mabella ... J.Scott Burlington J. Scott Gold Du
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
"I, ,1b filliniDri M> «lb i produce ootried bor.e. mern 31b, boili 510; tbc wiauer to p»y J eon lowerd,

"I, ,1b filliniDri M> «lb i produce ootried bor.e. mern 31b, boili 510; tbc wiauer to p»y J eon lowerd,

the eipebeee, &c ; 5- v r KitraiKbt half mile); aaba. «I Wi *• oh ( Mouter. Trep, 7,1 ISlb Chirllon I , Krf ciifdS'. B;t 41b •*-D« ' Steoheoa • br TcpaJ b), Bal lib H. Cliff Qaffi t Norofc B,t Ilb Wekrtrid « . Eoyeiitt, B«9ib W. H. Trecn .* rtrtn *cChetblre Serquii, Srtßb *7 * S
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER RACES.

MANCHESTER RACES.

Stewards - Lord Caledon, Sir H. De Trafferd, Bart; O. Psvne, Esq, and J. Meiklsm, Esq. Judge: Mr R. Johnson. Clerk of the course: Mr J. Bake. The characteristic liberality of the Manchester lieges in racing matters haa never been brought to bear more successfully than this, firs
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
rENCE EXTRA.

rENCE EXTRA.

NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER MEETINO, 1803 Challenge for the WHir, 200 aora each; lOat each; B.C. Teddiogton, yra Weather gage, I Kingston, 4 yva Stockwell, yra I NEWMARKET HOUGHTON A Free Handicap Sweepstakes of 100 aovsa* be signified to Messrs WeatLerby, in London, on Acceptances
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BT HKR MAJESTY’S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT: —for the “ NOBLE HORSE.”— WnU torture of the “cautcn”

BT HKR MAJESTY’S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT: —for the “ NOBLE HORSE.”— WnU torture of the “cautcn”

MAJESTY’S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT: —for the NOBLE HORSE.”— torture the “cautcn” MAJOR’S Kt ®*» , * i IEDY for «ptTl«*, finfbonet. _ **»t^o.o ure from t,z price, pott. £1 15«- MAJOR'S SYNOVITIC LOTION (tfc? Eemedy, for • iD '' t*ndo£. mm! * - -In bouiet. l*r«e »Ue, 41 1* • unaU. Ida
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ANNUAL SALE OF YBARLINGS.

ANNUAL SALE OF YBARLINGS.

be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mettra TATTERSALL, ft at Hyde Park-eorner, on Monday. May iSd. without reserve, the following YEARLINGS, the property of nobleman, who brad them I. A BROWN FILLT. by Van Tromp outof Annette, by Priam. 9. A CHESNUT FILLY, Cotherstooe out of Lady Gay Speaker
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SAPLINGS.

SAPLINGS.

May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEW WEEKLY 25.—N0. 1,192. SUNDAY, tlnmkcnnos?, and drunken and disorderly characters, which are togetber 31. Bakers, who are probably by

NEW WEEKLY 25.—N0. 1,192. SUNDAY, tlnmkcnnos?, and drunken and disorderly characters, which are togetber 31. Bakers, who are probably by

trade both crusty and thirsty characters, figure largely both in assaults and drunkenness. exceed them in both, and carpenters in turn surpass the bricklayers. Clerks are a little more given to assaults than bakers, but iu drunkenness they double them. The carpenters contribute
May 22, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
“‘NO POPERY.’

“‘NO POPERY.’

Popery has reoived blow in its most brittle p*rt, Mr. Spooner has contrived to break the windows of uooth, or rather has done his best to contrive that when broken there shall no possibility of getting them repaired. a sudden and unexpected move on the vote of £4 >,ooo for the m
May 22, 1853 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England