Iv is our intention under this division of The Field to give the fullest information that a sporting gentleman can require. We do not propose to keep a "prophet," for the conclusions of those double-sighted youths must necessarily be very speculative, and can only tend to encour
Worcester I I Liverpool Autumn... 9 I Shrewsbury 29 Epsom Autumn...—. 9 Warwick Antumn...lo Aberystwith.Lant wk. Cowbridge Hunt .... 9 EPSON SPRING IifEETING, 1853. Eighth, year of the Great Metropolitan Stakes (handicap) of 25 soya. each, 15 ft., and only five if declared on or
AND OSSITICATIOIIII IN THE HORSE. The "BRITISH REMEDY" can now be Kadin any quantity from the bores infirmary; a single bottle, suf& dent to care from lbur to sparing (with full instructions, so simple that any one can apply it), can be had for IL 16s. by pre-payment in cash, to
COURSE. Three exciting little local sporting matches were decided on Nottingham race-course on Thursday afternoon, and drew a large and respectable concourse of spectators together. The first event was a contest between Mr. Charles Beck's grey mare Holderness, and Mr. Wheatley '
WE are happy to bo able to announce to our readers that we have concluded arrangements with gentlemen connected with the leading Metropolitan Chess Clubs, whereby we shall have it in our power to present the lovers of the Royal Game, every week, with such rare specimens of their
THE Agricultural Section of "THE FIELD" will comprise quotations of the various markets (corn, cattle, &c.) up to Friday afternoon, a summary of the principal events, Meetings of Agricultural Societies, and original communications, from gentlemen of acknowledged reputation, on p
few customers. Prices of all descriptions of stock remain about the same as of late. The only difference discernible is in a second rate quality. Our foreign supply consists of 398 Beasts, 1,180 Sheep, and 180 Calves; from Scotland there arc 370 Beasts. Per Stone of 8 lbs. a. d.
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CA WPC. with a varied selection of works from the Orsek and Roman Classics and from Oriental writers. The works chosen from the writers enumerated will be printed from the best texts, and the translation from foreign authors will be made with accuracy and spirit. Original notes