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STEVENS’S OINCMENT, the only substitute for firing horses, retains its eclcbnty the most effectual remedy for curbs, spUots, spavins, sore

STEVENS’S OINCMENT, the only substitute for firing horses, retains its eclcbnty the most effectual remedy for curbs, spUots, spavins, sore

shins, diseased ligaments or tendons. nngboue, and all diseases horses’ legs. It never blemishes : and no hone mil gnaw his legs, even if turned out immediately Prepared only Henry R* Stevens, veterinary surgeon. Newmarket. Sold ■i«n by Barclay and Sous. Famngdos-street. London,
October 23, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
John W. Parker and Sons. 445, West Strand. London.

John W. Parker and Sons. 445, West Strand. London.

In sheets. Is,: case for the pocket. 6d.; pest, *s, A balloon View of London, men bv the Daocuerreotyps process (Steel Plate 4S.D by 75m. Showm« ail thc'rstlway nations, public buildings, parks, xjasres. streets, &c, with their names m clear print. By this beautiful engraving st
October 23, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS

AQUATICS

Joetph Smith—Sbe not mtk* fair start, and wat not ia the race. Doaca—The dub en»ißa hoisted at the mast Ktad, and kept flying until the signal of protest acknowledged the commodore’s gun. Generally continue in the match. C F—The u cutter. Itchen—Your letter retpectmg the R.S.Y.C
October 23, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TURKEY AND RUSSIA.

TURKEY AND RUSSIA.

drama of negotiation has presented a new scene to view, in which, though papers and writings still occupy the front of the political stage, the instruments of war are brought prominently forward or. that side which has hitherto carefully kepi them in the back ground. The first a
October 23, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TURKEY—RUSSIA.

TURKEY—RUSSIA.

Recent telegraphic despatches announce two important facts. When the French packet-boat Caire left Conatantinople on the sth, tbe squadrons were making preparations to enter the Dardanelles; and orders Lad been sent to Omer Pasha to surnmoo Priuce Gortschakoff evacuate the Princ
October 23, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

The Vienna Official Gazelle publishes decree reducing the army 75,000 men. There is considerable deficit in the Budget. Thi* is trick to deceive capitalists, as another loan is wanted. Tbe Ost Cerreepouilmz saya that the war will merely nominal this winter, and that before sprin
October 23, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
4 BELL’S LI FE LN LONDON. OCTOBER 23. 1853—PUBLISHED IN TIME FOR ALL THE SATURDAY MORNING MAILS AND EARLY RAILWAYS.

4 BELL’S LI FE LN LONDON. OCTOBER 23. 1853—PUBLISHED IN TIME FOR ALL THE SATURDAY MORNING MAILS AND EARLY RAILWAYS.

4 BELL’S LI FE LONDON. OCTOBER 23. 1853—PUBLISHED IN TIME FOR ALL THE SATURDAY MORNING MAILS AND EARLY RAILWAYS. Horse, • are the D«ey, the Oaks, and the St Leger, WARWICK AND LEAMINGTON OCTOBER MEETING. .more.euon.bl. forrKinf.«h,cb«, of bold .he Autumn Meeting here in the m.ddl
October 23, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WINNERS OF ROYAL PLATES IN

WINNERS OF ROYAL PLATES IN

ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND, IN ISS3. Ascot Heath, June 10-Mr Milner*. Gr«peibot, Alarm, 3 ,r», 7sl alb J. Osborne). Bedkoro, Sept 21-Mr Mare’s Ariosto,by Orlando, 5 yrs, 9st 7lb(Rogers). Caledonian Hunt, Oct 18—Mr Pan’s Defiance, by England, 3 yrs, 7st nib (Wakefield). Canterbury, Sep
October 23, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
m , rip t,. the firrt taro P«*rl took the mao Inf. followed by , who play put the «Und,

m , rip t,. the firrt taro P«*rl took the mao Inf. followed by , who play put the «Und,

hanng Lotof Bawn and Audubon m attend. Comfit *Mra Vwortbythiid! and Annie Sutherland next; this order ance, followed by Catherine Parr, Dick Defiance, therere nroceedcd until round the lul tarn, when Annie Sutherland laat. The only a.ceration, on reaching the far aide, waa the
October 23, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOOTBALL AT ETON.

FOOTBALL AT ETON.

~A “•Aoh the field was played on Friday, the between the Dames’ i uteri’ bouses. was won by the Dames obtaining two goals to one and rouges. The following were the elevens: G^.,.V? ke. Pinner, Wodchouse, Kindersley, Hall. Moore, Sparks, Lloyd, n™®* ’ and Scott.— [ln this match S
October 23, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England