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Fishing in South Devon-by C.

L. E.-138, 367

“Make Ready" (with Engraving),

221

Foxes, Preservation of-by a Sa- Milesius's Miscellany, 416
lopian—209

Moses and Albemarle (with En-
Goodwood as a Sporting Residence graving), 321
-by Lord William Lennox-167

Music, new, 297
“ Have a Care for the Vixen"
(with Engraving ), 243 Odds, State of the, 76, 150, 228,

306, 385, 463
Tigh-mettled Racer, the (with

Engravings ), 12, 153, 406 Otter, the (with Engraving), 91
Horses, Metropolitan—by Harry Profit and Loss—by the Oxonian
Hieover-245, 335, 448

-196

Racing Season-by Craven-79

Hunting in the Forest of St. Ger-

main-by G. W. B.-287

Letter to the Editor-by Alexan-

der Campbell—146

Racing, the, in April — by

Craven-309
in May, 387

Resources, the, of a Country Gen-

tleman-by Cecil-111, 372

Seasons, the, of 'Forty-five and

'Forty-six compared; and a
word or two about the Game
Laws—by the Author of "The
Sportsman in France"-272

LITERATURE :-

Angler's Companion to the

Rivers and Lochs of Scot-

land, 456
Angling, the Handbook of,

293
Annuals, the, 66
Chambers, Robert, Select

Writings of, 297
Hunting-field, Analysis of

the, 67
Metallic Betting Book, 459
People's Journal, the, 458
Smoking and Smokers, 143
Snuff and Snuff-takers, 143
Trout Flies of Devon and

Cornwall— When and how

to use them-457
Turf, Guide to the, 67

Snipe-shooter's Adventure; a Tale

of Canada–by the Author of
“ The Sportsman in France"
-129

Sporting Life from London-by

Lord William Lennox-280,

352
Sporting Intelligence : – The

Chase, Aquatics, &c., 73, 147,
226, 305, 383, 462

Sporting Reminiscences in Eng-Steeple Chase, the Grand National

land and France—by a French -by Craven-231
Nobleman_42

Testimonial to R. M. Jaques,
Sports, Highland, and Sporting

Esq., 244
Quarters—by Linton, 22, 202,
343, 434

“ The Switcher," Pedigree and
Sports of India—by Master Harry

Performances of (with En-
-213

graving), 238

Sports, English-by Lord William

Lennox:-Coursing, 28; Hunt-
ing, 123; Archery, 440

Trout-fishing, Trout-flies, and

Trout-rods, a few words about
--by the Old Fly-421

Sportsmen and Sporting Men—by | Turf Characters ; No. 1, Edward
Harry Hieover—93, 175

Blenkhorn, 49

Spring Races generally, the Handi-

caps especially, a few words on
the-by Craven-184

Turf, the, in 'Forty-six-by Craven

-52

Stage of Life ; Insiders and Out- Umpire in Coursing, &c., on the
siders, and Travellers on the

Duties of an—by E. Jeffries
Road-by Charles M. Westma-

Esdaile-430
cott-399

“ Who's up for the Rescue?”
Stallions for the Season, 302 (with Engraving), 82

Stalker's Home, the (with En. Yachting, a “ Yarn" about-by
graving), 415

the Editor-409

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THE COURSING

CALENDAR.

1846-7.

ABINGTON OPEN MEETING, SEPT. 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. The Colebrook Cup of 80 sovs. was won by Sir A. Maxwell's bk. d. Magnum Bonum, by Massaroni, out of Gulnare, beating Mr. Usher's w. d. Young England, by Nelson, out of Fly, and 14 others.

The Crawfurd Plate of 64 sovs., for dogs, was won by Mr. Mounsey's bk. and w. d. Netherton, by Buff, out of Lady Seymour, beating Mr. Langtry's f. d. Star of Erin, by Scythian, out of Lancashire Witch, and 14 others.

The Crawfurd Plate of 32 sovs., for bitches, was wou by Mr. A. Graham's bd. and w. b. Conciliation, by O Yes, 0 Yes, 0 Yes, out of Mavourneen, beating Mr. Meur's f. b. Braes of Esk, by Bowhill, out of Liddell, and six others.

The Baronet Cup of 48 sovs., for puppies, was won by Mr. Borron's r. d. Burgundy, by Cognac, out of Brenda, beating Mr. Mounsey's f. b. Hannah, by Bowhill, out of Lady Seymour, and 14 others.

The Crawfurd-John Purse of 20 sovs., for dogs of 1845, was won by Mr. A. Graham's bd. d. Knight Marshal, by Sir Edward, out of Victoria, beating Mr. Benson's be. d. Bendigo, by Bowhill, out of Blinkin' Bess, and 8 others.

The Crawfurd-John Purse of 30 sovs., for bitches, was divided, after an undecided course, between Mr. Irving's bd. and w. b. Queen Bess, by Carciatore, out of Queen of Hearts, and Mr. Hyslop's bd. and w. b. Cutty Sark, by Kirkland, out of Cutty Sark.

The Brood Bitch Stakes of 16 sovs. were divided between Mr. Paterson's f. and w. b. Marie, by Jan Roy, out of Frolic, and Mr. Ellis's bk. and t. b. Miss Ellis, by Cliff.

The Selling Stakes of 10 sovs., the winner to be sold for 10 sovs., and every other for 15 sovs. Mr. Dodds drew Housewife's Manual, and Mr. A. Graham's Outsider was declared the winner, and claimed by Mr. Dodds. - The Duneaton Stakes of 4 sovs. were divided by Mr. Jardine's bk. b. Matilda Gillespie, and Mr. A. Graham's r. b. Expediency.

CLYDESDALE MEETING, SEPT. 24 and 25. The Hallside Stakes of 24 sovs., for puppies of 1845, were won by Mr. C. Dunlop's r. d. Marshal Ney, by Glory, out of Rose, beating Mr. Geddes's bk. b. Kirsty Glen, by Wivanhoe, ont of Monimia, and 6 others,

The Drumsarget Stakes of 16 sovs., for dogs of 1845, were won by Mr. J. L. Ewing's f. d. Longwaist, by Ardoch, out of Coronet

, beating Mr. G. Pollok's w. and bk. d. Sweetmeat, by Bright, out of Clothier, and 6 others.

The Westburn Stakes of 16 sovs., for bitches of 1845, were won by Mr. A. Graham's bk. and w. b. Protection, by His Royal Highness, out of Long-eye, beating Mr. G. Pollok’s w. and f. b. Cottage Maid, by Major, out of Meg Merrilics, and 6 others.

The Lightburn Stakes of 16 sovs., for all ages, were won by Lord Eglinton's bd. d. Dragonfly, by Massaroni, out of Butterfly, beating Mr. A. Graham's f. d. Glengariff, by Paddy from Cork, out of The Miller's Only Daughter, and 6 others.

The Castlechimes Stakes of 16 sovs., for all ages, were won by Mr. G. Pollok's bd. b. Maggie Lauder, by Bob, out of Meg Merrilies, beating Mr. J. L. Ewing's f. d. Lofty, by Lammermoor, out of Queen, and 6 others.

B

AMESBURY MEETING, SEPT. 24 and 25.

THE PRODUCE MATCII. Capt. Wyndham's Willa beat Mr. Gordon's Coronet. Capt. Wyndham’s Walbert ha beat Mr. Gordon's Coronal.

Capt. Wyndham's Wildfire beat Mr. Gordon's Crescent. Willa, Walbertha, and Wildfire by Mr. Lyster's Lamberton, or Capt. Wyndham's West

Lodge, out of Capt. Wyndham's Whirlwiud ; Co net, Coronal, and Crescent by Mr. Bowles's Coronation, out of Crape.

The Stonehenge Dor-puppy Stakes were won by Capt. Wyndham’s Winks, by Mr. Lyster's Lamberton, or Capt. Wyndham's West Lodge, out of Capt. Wyndham's Whirlwind, beating Mr. Laurence's Lanercost, and 2 others.

The Druid Bitch-puppy Stakes were won by Mr. Laurence's Lucy Neal, by Mr. Bowles's Billy-go-by-'em, beating Capt. Wyndham's Wildtire, and 2 others.

The Druid Dog-puppy Stakes were won by Capt. Wyndham's Woggarwolfe, by Mr. Lyster's Lamberton, or Capt. Wyndham's West Lodge, out of Whirlwind, beating Mr. Laurence's Lightning, and 2 others.

The Amesbury Cup was won by Mr. Laurence's Camlet, by Westwind, out of Musliu, beating Mr. Parkinson's Protem, and 6 others.

The Beacon Hill Dog-puppy Stakes were won by Mr. Parkinson's Picaroon, beating Mr. Gordon's Gambler, and 2 others.

BIGGAR MEETING, Oct. 7 and 8. The Puppy Stakes were won by Mr. Handyside with two unbeaten dogs-Fury, by out of Vary, and Hotspur, by Mohawk, out of Lily, beating 6 others.

The Challenge Cup was won by Mr. Dicksou’s bk. d. Friday, beating Mr. R. Gillespie's r. d. Huron.

The Skirling Stakes were won by Mr. Woddrop's Lochinvar, beating Mr. Dickson's Johnny Fa', and 4 others.

The Castlecraig Stakes were won by Mr. R. Gillespie’s Tecumseh, by I'an Roy, out of The Lady, beating Mr. Dickson's Maid of the Mill, by Tomboy, out of Fly, and 6 others.

SOUTH LANCASHIRE (SOUTHPORT) MEETING, Oct. 14 and 15. The Annual Dinner Stakes, for all ages, were won by Mr. Craven's r. and w. b. Clarina, by Sandy, out of Smart, beating Mr. Robinson's f, and w. d. Difference, by Jim Crow, out of Daystar, and 14 others.

The St. Leger Stakes, for puppies, were won by Mr. Adamthwaite's bk. and w. b. Dusty, by Hector, out of Holdfast, beating Mr. Taylor's f. d. Rufus, by Sandy, out of Carmelite, and 14 others.

'The Produce Stakes, for puppies, were won by Mr. Eden's bd. b. Euterpe, by Edwin, ont of Enchantress, beating Jr. Rouchetti us. bk. and w. b. Rosetta, by King Cob, out of Birdime, and 14 others.

The Churchtown Stakes, for all ages, were won by Mr. Slater's r. d. Sentry, by Sandy, out of Ellen, beating Mr. King's r. d. The Baron, by Prince, out of Skip, and 14 others.

The Consolation Stakes were won by Mr. King's r. and w. d. Supervisor, beating Mr. Coupe's be. b. Clara, and 6 others.

The Crossens Stakes were won by Mr. Bradley's f. and w. d. Burgundy, beating his Ben Hart, and 6 others.

The Marshside Stakes were won by Mr. Ardern's be. d. Monarch, beating Mr. Coupe's r. b. Handy, and 6 others.

ARDROSSAN MEETING, Oct. 14, 15, and 16. The Cup, for puppies of 1845, 32 sovs., was divided by Sir J. Boswell's Vraye Foy, by Jason, out of Rosebud, and his The Currier, by Jason, out of Rosebud, beating 14 others.

The Tyro Stakes, for dogs pupped in 1845, 25 sovs., were won by Mr. Pollok's w, and f. rh. d. Rough-and-Ready, by Loudoun, out of Go, beating Mr. Gordon's bd. and w. d. Gipsy King, and 22 others.

The Tyro Stakes, for bitches pupped in 1845, 18 sovs., were won by Mr. A. Graham's bk. and w.rb. b. Coercion, by His Royal Highness, out of Oddity, beating Mr. J. Dunlop's bd. b. Modesty, and 16 others.

The Champion Collar and Stakes, 40 sovs., were won by Mr. Langtry's f. d. Star of Erin, by Scythian, out of Lancashire Witch, beating Sir J. Boswell's bd. d. Vulcau, by Jason, and 6 others.

The Ardrossan Stakes, 24 sovs., were won by Mr. Mactaggart's bk. b. Mary, by Kent, out of Cora, beating Mr. Langtry's f. and w. d. Vandyke, and 10 others.

The Eglinton Park Stakės, 20 sovs., were won by Dr. Brown's bd. d. Young Heather Jock, by Heather Jock, out of Queen Bee, beating Mr. Walker's bd. b. Helen Faucit, and 18 others,

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