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COURSING.

COURSING.

WILTSHIRE CHAMPION MEETING (COKCLUD.I.)—Oct M. fFrom our L>t«t EdlHon lut week.] Jodite: M'Geonte, The Wesrsmff Ci p, for puppiet. Mr Miller'e bk M.lde. be.t turtle, end won the c»p. The D»cid Cc*. for *ll ««e«. Mr Lone's f tan.ui.h he.t hk.d MurtC Mater. Mid won The sto»«ue?io*
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHICHESTER AND HALNAKER CLUBS.

CHICHESTER AND HALNAKER CLUBS.

Mr Editor: With surprise 1 observed your valuable journal very imperfect account of match played between cluba in Goodwood Park, long since the 6tb met. Your readers are left doubt respecting tbe abrupt termination of tbe game, wbtcb solely in tbe abadesof evening closing around
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IiILLYWHITE’B LATE BENEFIT.

IiILLYWHITE’B LATE BENEFIT.

The following is a continuation of the subscriptions for the veteran Lilly white:— Frediikick Lillywhite’s List of jtl each.—Hon E. Bligh, H. M. Curteis, Esq, J. B. (at the Oval), Blwes, Esq, Daring, Ksq, Mr R. Allan, 8. Mallaby, Esq, Mr Johnson (Notts). 10s each—W. Shaw, fesq,
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BELL’S LIFE L\T LONDON, OCTOBER 30, 18^3—PUBLISHED IN TIME FOR ALL THE SATURDAY MORNING MAILS AND EARLY RAILWAYS. 7 AQUATIC REGISTER.

BELL’S LIFE L\T LONDON, OCTOBER 30, 18^3—PUBLISHED IN TIME FOR ALL THE SATURDAY MORNING MAILS AND EARLY RAILWAYS. 7 AQUATIC REGISTER.

BELL’S LIFE L\ T LONDON, OCTOBER 30, 18^3— PUBLISHED IN TIME FOR ALL THE SATURDAY MORNING MAILS AND EARLY RAILWAYS. AQUATIC REGISTER. high WATER AT LONDON BRIDGE. svaniße. Sc*dat, Oct 30., .. .. ... Tcbsdat, Nov .... TntSSDAT Friday mm pMt IS 27 bid past 12 47 min past IS past 27
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ROYAL THAMES YACHT CLUB.

ROYAL THAMES YACHT CLUB.

The monthly meeting of this distinguished club will lake place at the Bedford Hold, gnrden, on Wednesday evening next, when several -entlemen are to be balloted for. A library and reading room has been attached to the other apartments occupied the club, and is now ready for the
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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PRINCE OF WALES YACHT CLUB.

PRINCE OF WALES YACHT CLUB.

Want space prevented us noticing last week the interesting lecture given l.y Commodore lierncastle, at the clubhouse, on “The R se and Progress of Yachting, ami its Influence on the Naval Supremacy of this Empire.’’ The Coatinodore spoke for more than two hours, and his lecture
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE LATE MANCHESTER REGATTA.

THE LATE MANCHESTER REGATTA.

Mr Editor : Mr Chew having, in your last publication, explained that the whole law, and nothing but the law was administered the late regatia, and especially in Candlish’s case for the skiff race, thus far exemplifying the honour and integrity of himself and the Regatta Clab, 1
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOOTBALL AT HARROW.

FOOTBALL AT HARROW.

The first of series of house &atcbes, for a challenge prize, was played at Harrow, on Saturday, the 22d inst, between the Rev J. N. Simpkinson’a and the Rev R. Mtddlemiat’s bouses. Notwithstanding the gallant efforts the latter, amoog&t whom we may particularly notice Messrs Bar
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DOINGS AT BELLEVUE, MANCHESTER.

DOINGS AT BELLEVUE, MANCHESTER.

TLe weather the neighbourhood of Manchester has alternated much since our last report, and, might be expected, the visitors at the gardens have not been numerous. The sport ha* also been exceedingly meagre. SATURDAY, Oct 22.—The attejdance to-day was thin, owing, no doubt, to th
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PEDEBTRIANIBM AT BIRMINGHAM, «Sc.

PEDEBTRIANIBM AT BIRMINGHAM, «Sc.

Bishop and Badger.—George Bishop of Birmingham ami Badger of Wolverhampton (both well-known Midland pedestrisns), met at Aston Cross Grounds, Birmingham, on Monday last, to run one mile, for 4;lUaaide. They loched io first-rate condition. The betting was dull at on Badger, and a
October 30, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England