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The general evening post 08.07.1756/09.07.1756/10.07.1756
  • Datum
    Donnerstag, 08. Juli 1756
  • Erschienen
    London
  • Verbreitungsort(e)
    London
Anzahl der Treffer: 10
[...] for, on Shottery Meadow, near Stratford, a Purfe of Fifty Pounds, free_for any Horfe, &c. that never won Fifty Pounds at one Time (Matches excepted) Weight for Age; five Years old [...]
[...] Pounds, and full aged Horfesten Stone, Bridle and Saddle included 5 the beft of three four Mile Heats ; and no lefs than three reputed Running Horfes to ſtart for this Purfe, And on Friday the 3oth will be run for, on the fame Courfe, a Purfe of Fifty Pounds, by any Horſe, &c. that has been regularly [...]
[...] Guincas. Every Gubſcriber’s Horſe, &c. to be, bona fide, his Own » - Every Horfe, &c. that enters for either of theſe Purfes, ſhall stand at fuch Publick, Houfes as contribute Haif a Guinea, or more, to the Town Purfe, and ſhall be kept at one of the faid [...]
[...] more, to the Town Purfe, and ſhall be kept at one of the faid Contributors Houfes till the Day of Starting. And every Horfe, &c. which start for either of thefe Purfes, ſhall be plated by a Black fmith that contributes Half a Guinea to the Town Purfe. If but one Horfe, &c. enters for either of thefe Purfes, to be [...]
[...] or Stall, to fell any Sorts of Liquors, or other Goods, on or near the Courſe, as do not fubſcribe Half a Guinea, or more, to the Town Purfe. And every Subſcriber that enters any Horſe, &c. for either of theſe Purfes, are to ſubſcribe fourteen Days, at leaft, before the Day of Running. [...]
[...] Leicester, on Tueſday the 17th Day of Auguſt next, a Purfe of Fifty Pounds will be run for, free for any four, five, fix Years old, or aged Horfe, Mare, or Gelding, that never won five Pounds, (Matches excepted) the Owner of every fuch Horſe, Mare, [...]
[...] for Weights, Scales, Ropes, &c. And on Wedneſday the 18th Day of Auguſt the Town Sub fcription Purfe will be run for, free for any Horfe, Mare, or Geld ing, that never won above Twenty Pounds ; fourteen Hands high to carry nine Stone, and higher or lower weight for Inches [...]
[...] be run for, in Bury Field, near Newport Pagnel in the County of Bucks, the Town Purfe of Fifty Pounds, by any Horfe, Mare, or Gelding, that never won above the Value of the Prize at any one Time, or ſtarted for a King's Plate. Five years old to [...]
[...] Cart, Carriage, Booth, &c. on the Coulfe, without fubícr.bing fialf a Guinea to the Town Purfe. No Smith to plate any Horfe, &c. that runs for either of theſe Purfes, but what ſubſcribes Half a Guinea to the Tºwn Purfe. [...]
[...] Nevwport Pagnel aforefaid, between the Hours of Four and Eight in the Afternoon ; and to ſtand at fuch Inns only as ſubferibe one Guinea, or more, towards the Town Purfe. s. Certificates of their ages to be produced at the Time of En trance. [...]
The general evening post 29.06.1756/30.06.1756/01.07.1756
  • Datum
    Dienstag, 29. Juni 1756
  • Erschienen
    London
  • Verbreitungsort(e)
    London
Anzahl der Treffer: 10
[...] Purſe of too Gaineas was won on Monday by Mr. Mr. George Scurfi ºld's grey Horie Dunkirk. On Tueſday a Purfe of Sol. Give and lake, was won by William Bell, Eſqrs grey Horfe, Trummer. The fame Day Sir Henry Grey’s Horfe beat Mr. [...]
[...] won 5o l. was won by Robert Shaftoe, Eſqrs, chefnut Colt, Hawk. On Thurfday a Purfe of ; o l and a Subſcription of of 8o Guineas, was won by Robert Shattoe, Eſqrs. chefnut Colt, íTyger. [...]
[...] bs run for, in Bury Field, near Newport Pagne! in the County of Bucks, the Town Purfe of Fifty Pounds, by any Horfe, * Mare, or Gelding, that never won above the Value of the Prize at any ºne Time, or started for a King's Plate. Five years old to [...]
[...] each, and ther Entras ce again. If any D fputes arife, to be determined by the Majority of the Subfcribers to the Gentlemens Purfe as fhail be then prefent. No Perſons will be allowed to fel any Sort of Liquor in any Cart, Carriage, tooth, &c. on the Courfe, without fubfcribing Half [...]
[...] No Perſons will be allowed to fel any Sort of Liquor in any Cart, Carriage, tooth, &c. on the Courfe, without fubfcribing Half a Guinea to the Town Purfe. No Smith to plate any Horſe, &c. that runs for either of theſe Purfes, but what ſubſcribes Half a Guinea to the Town Purfe. [...]
[...] Newport Pagnel alorefaid, between the Hours of Four and Eight in the Aſternoon ; and to ſtand at fuch Inns only as ſubſcribe One Guinea, or more, towards the Town Purfe. - Certificates of their ages to be produced at the Time of En trance. [...]
[...] for, on Silottery Meadow, near Stratford, a Purfe of Fifty Pounds, free for any Horfe, &c. that never won Fifty Pounds at one Time (Matches excepted) Weight for Age; úve Years old [...]
[...] Pounds, and full aged Horſes ten Stone, Bridle and Saddle included; the beit of three four Mile Heats ; and no leís than three reputed Running Horfes to ſtart for this Purfe. And on Friday the 3oth will be run for, on the fame Ccurfe, a Purfe of Fifty Pounds, by any Horfe, &c. that has been regularly [...]
[...] Non-Subfer ber’s, Five Guineas. Every Subſcriber's Horfe, &F. to be, bona fide, his own, - Every Horſe, &c. that enters for either of thefe Purfes, ſhall stand at fuch i'ubick Houfes as contribute Half a Guinea, or more, to the Town Purfe, and ſhall be kept at one of the faid [...]
[...] the Courſe, as do not ſubſcribe Half a Guinea, or more, to the Town Purie. And every Subſcriber that enters any Houfe, &c. for either of theſe Purfes, are to ſubſcribe fourteen Days, at leaft, before the Day of Running. [...]
The general evening post 13.07.1756/14.07.1756/15.07.1756
  • Datum
    Dienstag, 13. Juli 1756
  • Erschienen
    London
  • Verbreitungsort(e)
    London
Anzahl der Treffer: 10
[...] run for, a Purfe of so I. by any Horſe, &c. no more than four Years old, that never won 5o . (Matches excepted) carrying eight Stone; to run the btít of three Heats, two Miles to a Heat. [...]
[...] Day of August, in Coventry-Park, the Gentlemen’s Purfe of fifty Pounds, by any Horte, Mare, or Gelding, that never won above Fifty Cuireas, at any one Time, Matches ex cepted; five Years old to carry eight Stone ten Pounds, fix Years [...]
[...] Heat; and the winning Horie to return ten Pounds to Repairs of the Courſe, &c. Horfes, &c. to run for either of thefe Purfes are to be ſhewn and entered at the Mermaid Inn, on Thurſday the fifth Day of Auguſt, between the Hours of Two and Nine in the Evening, [...]
[...] be run for, in Bury Field, near Newport Pagnel in th County of Bucks, the Town Purfe of Fifty Pounds, by any H : Mare, or Gelding, that never won above the value of the ::::: e, any one Time, or started for a King's Plate. Five year, : at [...]
[...] No Perfons will be allowed to fell any Sort of Liquor in an Cart, Carriage, Booth, &c. on the Courfe, without fubſcribing : a Guinea to the Town Purfe. No Smith to plate any Horfe, &c. that runs for eit Purfes, but :::::::::: Half a Guinea to the #:: thefe [...]
[...] Newport Pagnel aforefaid, between the Hours of Four and Eight in the Afternoon i and to stand at fuch Inns only as ſubſcribe One Guinea, or more, towards the Town Purfe. Certificates of their ages to be produced at the Time of En trance. ! b ordin Wednefd [...]
[...] for, on Shottery Meadow, near Stratford, a Purfe of Fifty Pounds, free for any Horfe, &c. that never won Fifty Pounds at one Time (Matches excepted) weight for Agº ; five Years old [...]
[...] Every Horſe, &c. that enters for either cf thefe Pufes, thall stand at fuch i ublick Houſes as contribute Halt a Ginea, or more, to the Town Purfe, and ſhall be kept at une ol the faid Contributor’s Houſes 'tıil the Day of Start.nz. And every Horfe, &c. which 1} art for either of thefe Purfes, ſhall be plated by a black [...]
[...] &c. which 1} art for either of thefe Purfes, ſhall be plated by a black fmith that contributes Half a Guinea to the Town i’urfe. - Jf but one Horfe, &c. enters for either of thefe Purfes, to be allowed Ten Guineas, and his Entı ance Money ; if but two Horfes, &c. enters for either of theſe Purfes, to be allowed Five [...]
[...] the Courfe, as do not fuhfcribe Half a Guinea, or more, to the Town Purſe. And every Subſcriber that enters any Horfe, &c. for either of theſe Purfes, are to ſubſcribe fourteen Days, at leaft, before the Day of Running. ••• There will be an Ordinary for the Gentlemen each Day [...]
The general evening post 15.07.1756/16.07.1756/17.07.1756
  • Datum
    Donnerstag, 15. Juli 1756
  • Erschienen
    London
  • Verbreitungsort(e)
    London
Anzahl der Treffer: 10
[...] fer weights, Scales, Ropes, &c. And on wedneſday the 18th Day of August the Town Sub fcription Purfe will be run for, tree for any Horfe, Mare, or Geld ing, that never won above Twenty Pounds ; fourteen Hands high to carry nine Stone, and higher or łower weight for Inches [...]
[...] Heat ; and the winning Horſe to return ten Pounds to Repairs of the Courfe, &c. - - Herfes, &c. to run for cither of thefe Purfes are to be fhewn and entered at the Mermaid finn, on 1 hurfday the fifth Day of August, between the Hours of Two, and Nine in the Evening, [...]
[...] and be fubjea to fuch Articles as will be produced at the Time of Entrance. | certificates of their Qualifications for each of theſe Purfes to be produced at the Time of Entrance, or before the Day of Run ning ; and no lets than three Horfes to ſtart for either of theſe [...]
[...] Smith that ſubſcribes Half a Guinea. No Perfon will be allowed to fell any Liquors in the Park but fuch as, ſubſcribe Half a Guinea tó the Town Purfe. _And every Subſcriber that enters his Horſe for either of theſe Purſes, ſhall ſubſcribe at leaft ten Days before the Day of Running. [...]
[...] Every Herfe, &c. that enters for either of theſe Puiſes, ſhall fand åt ſuch Publick Houſes as contribute Half a Guinea, or more, to the Town Purfe, and ſhall be kept at one of the faid contributor's Houſes til the Day of Starting. And every Hºrſe, &c. which start for either of thefe Purfes, ſhall be plated by a Black [...]
[...] contributor's Houſes til the Day of Starting. And every Hºrſe, &c. which start for either of thefe Purfes, ſhall be plated by a Black imith that contributes Half a Guinea to the Town Purfe. If but one Horſe, &c. enters for either of theſe Purfes, to be allowed Ten Guineas, and his Entrance Money ; if but twº [...]
[...] fhip’s Lift is entitled to ſtart for them, paying One Guinea for each, a Non-Subſcriber three, towards the next Year’s Ladies Purfe, Every Horfe, &c. for the Friday and Saturday's Plates, without fhewing, may be entered at the starting-Post before Five o’clock [...]
[...] aged Horfes to carry twelve Stone, Bridle and Saddle included ; the beſt of three four Mile Heats. And on Friday the 6th Fitty Pounds, a Give and Take Purfe, the County and City Subſcription, by Horfes, Mares or Geldings, that never won above that Value at one Tine. Fourteen Hands to [...]
[...] No Horſe, &c. winning two Heats ſhall be obliged to start for a third ; no iefs than three reputed Running Horfes, &c. to ſtart for each Day's Purfe except the Hunter's Purfe, and no lefs than three Horſes, &c. to start for that. Certificates of their Qualifications to be produced at the Time of Entrance: If only one or two enter [...]
[...] N. B. No Perfon will be allowed to erećt a Booth on the Courſe who does not contribute Half a Guinea, or more, to the Subſcription Purfe. [...]
The general evening post 24.07.1756/25.07.1756/26.07.1756/27.07.1756
  • Datum
    Samstag, 24. Juli 1756
  • Erschienen
    London
  • Verbreitungsort(e)
    London
Anzahl der Treffer: 10
[...] Heat; and the winning Horſe to return ten Pounds to kºp*"* of the Courfe, &c. - Horſes, &c. to run for either of thefe Purfes are to be fhe" and entered at the fermd inn, on Thurſday the fifth Day ºf Auguſt, between the Hours of Two and Nine in the Evº: [...]
[...] three reputed Hunters to start for this Purfe, [...]
[...] will be run for on cow-Meadow near Bedford, a Purfe cf Fifty Pounds, given by his Grace the Duke of Bedford, by any Horie, Mare, or Gelding, that never won a Royal Plate, Or [...]
[...] Weight in Proportion. To run the beſt of three Heats, four Mies each Heat. To pay Two Guineas Entrance each Horfe, &c. for this Purfe, and Five Shillings to the Clerk, or double at the Pcft. No Horfe, &c. to start for this Purfe that ever won any Thing, except Four-year-olds laſt Graf. [...]
[...] Certificates to be produced from the Hands of the Breeder, for the Four, Five, and Six-year-olds that ſtart for either of thefe Purfes. - To enter for thefe Purſes on Tueſday the 3d Day of Auguſt, before the Clerk of the Race, or whom he fhall appoint, at the [...]
[...] Market-Crofs in the Town of Bedford, between the Hours of Three and Eight in the Afternoon. Ali Horfes that enter for İ: of thefe Purfes, to be fubjećł to the famc Articles as uſual t Bedford. No Smith to Plate any Horſes, &c. but what ſubſcribes Five [...]
[...] Pounds, one four Mile Heat, for Forty Guineas. Colonel Wal degrave bets Mr. Rigby Ten Guineas bye. if any Diſputes arife for the Five, Six, or aged Purfe, to be finally determined by his Grace the Duke of Bedford, or whom | he fhall appoint. [...]
[...] cates of their Ages to be produced undet the Hand, of the Breeders, at the Time or Entrance, and no lefs than three reputed Running H ºrfes to ſtart for the above Purfe. " On Thurſday the 2d will_be run for on the fame courſe, the Gentleman's Purfe of Fifty Pounds, tree for any Horfe, Mare, or [...]
[...] No Horfe, Mare, &c. ſhall be allowed to sta | |- - rt for either of tl abºve Purfes, but what have ſubſcribed and paid, on or before :: : of Entrance, Two Guineas towards a Purfe to be run for : To run according to Articles that will be produced at [...]
[...] cach. uríes, to be allowcd Ten Guineas, and if two, Five Guineas All Horſes, &c. to ſtand at fuch Hou - "::: #:: towards the faid Purfes. ſes as have or ſhall fubſcribe *:º "ill, be a Cocking at the crane ea - - ch M [...]
The general evening post 03.07.1756/04.07.1756/05.07.1756/06.07.1756
  • Datum
    Samstag, 03. Juli 1756
  • Erschienen
    London
  • Verbreitungsort(e)
    London
Anzahl der Treffer: 10
[...] nine Stone, fix Years old ten-Stone, and aged Horfes, &c. ten Stone ten Pounds, Bridle and Saddle, &c. | Hofes, &c. to be thewn and entered for each of theſe Purfes, the Day fennight before the Day of Running, between the Hours of Two and Nine in the Evening, at the Houſe of Mr. Robert [...]
[...] Bruce, in Stratford aforefaid ; and be fubjećł to the Articles which will be produced at the Time of Entrance. Certificates of their Qualifications for each of theſe Purfes to be produced at the Time of Entrance, or before the Day of Run ning; and no lefs than three Horfes, &c. to ſtart for either of thefe [...]
[...] Guineas. Every Subſcriber's Horſe, &c. to be, bona fide, his OWm. Every Horfe, &c. that enters for either of thefe Purfes, ſhall ftand at fuch Publick Houfes as contribute Half a Guinea, or more, to the Town Purfe, and ſhall be kept at one of the faid [...]
[...] more, to the Town Purfe, and ſhall be kept at one of the faid Contributor's Houfes ”till the Day of Starting. And every Horfe, &c. which ſtart for either of thefe Purfes, íhall be plated by a Black ſmith that contributes Half a Guinea to the Town Purfe. If but one Horfe, &c. enters for either of thefe Purfes, to be [...]
[...] If but one Horfe, &c. enters for either of thefe Purfes, to be allowed Ten Guineas, and his Entrance Money ; if bat two Horfes, &c. enters for either of thefe Purfes, to be allowed Five Guineas each, and their Entrance Money. All Differences to be determined by the Majority of the Sub [...]
[...] or Stall, to fell any Sorts of Liquors, or other Goods, on or near the Courfe, as do not fubſcribe Half a Guinea, or more, to the Town Purfe. And every Subſcriber that enters any Horfe, &c. for cither of thefe Purfes, are to ſubſcribe fourteen Days, at leaft, before the Day of Running. - [...]
[...] will be run for on Cow-Meadow near Bedford, a Purfe of rutty Pounds, given by his Grace the iDuke of Bedford, by any Horne, Mare, or Gelding, that never won a Royal Piate, or [...]
[...] ten Sºone, Brdie and Saddle included; to run the beſt of three Heat», : ur Miles each. To pay One Guinea Entrance for this Purfe each, and Five Shillings to the Clerk of the Race, or double at the Poit. [...]
[...] Pounds, one four Mile Heat, foi Horty Guineas. Colonel Wal degrave bets Mr. Ri, ty Ten Guineas bye. If any Diſputes a.le for the Five, Six, or aged Purfe, to be finally determined by his Grace the Duke of Bedford, or whom he tha!! ay point. - [...]
[...] old nure Stone, and fix Years old nine Stone twelve l’ounds ; to run the beft of three four Mile Heats. *very Horſe, &c. tunning for either of thefe Purfes, to pay Two Guineas Entrance, and a Crown to the Clerk of the Coulfe, or dºuble at the Poit ; and to run according to Articles to be pro [...]
The general evening post 29.05.1756/30.05.1756/31.05.1756/01.06.1756
  • Datum
    Samstag, 29. Mai 1756
  • Erschienen
    London
  • Verbreitungsort(e)
    London
Anzahl der Treffer: 10
[...] ates. On Wedneſday the 7th of July will be run for on the fame Courfe, A Purfe of Fifty Pounds, by any four Years old Forfe, Mare, or Gelding, carrying nine Stone, or five Years old carrying ten Stone, the beft of three two Mile Heats. [...]
[...] run for on Pitchcroft-Ham, near this City, A Purfe given by tua Members of the County, and City of Worcester, to be run for by five or fix Years old or aged Horfes, Mares or Geldings, [...]
[...] aged Horſes to carry twelve Stone, Bridle and Saddle included; the beſt of three four Mile Heats. And on Friday the 6th Fifty Pounds, a Give and Take Purfe, the County and City Subſcription, for Horfes, Mares or Geldings, that never won above that Value at one Time. Fourteen Hands to [...]
[...] one Guinea Entrance, a Non Subſcriber three Guineas, or dou at the ivít, except thoſe Horſes, &c. that run for the Hunter" Purfe, which pay one Guinea Encrance only, or double at the Poſt. No Horfe, &c. winning two Heats thali be obliged to ſtart for a third ; no lefs than three reputed kunning Horfes, &c. to ſtart for [...]
[...] which will be produced at the Time of Entrance ; and if any Difference fhall arife or l.appen on Account of the Age or Height of any Horfe, &c. or on Account of the Purfes, Heats, or Running, that the fanne inall then be determined by the Majority of the Gentlemen preſent at the Races, that have fubſcribed not leſs than [...]
[...] County of Lincoln, on Tueſday the 22d Day of June next, A Purfe of Fifty Pounds, by any Hoife, Mare, or Gelding, that is no more than five Years old this Grafs, carrying ten Store Weight, - fourteen Pounds to the Stone, Bridle and Saddle included. Which [...]
[...] Horſes, &c. muft not have won any Plate or Match; the beſt of three Heats, two Miles to a Heat, and the Owner mutt fubfcribe and pay two Guineas, and fo for the Aged Purfe of Filty Pounds, on or before the Day of Entrance, for and towards a Purfe of Fitty Pounds, to be run for at the fame Place in the Year 1757. [...]
[...] which Horfes, &c. muſt not have won any Plate or Mitch, and to pay two Guineas Entrance, and two Guineas for and towards a Purfe of Fifty Pounds, to be run for on the fame Courfe in the Year 1757. And on Thurſday the 24th will be run for, A Purfe of Fifty [...]
[...] la: and to be fubjećt to the Articles then and there to be produced, ard 4. ítand at ſuch Publick Houſes as fubſcribe one Guinea towards thefe ĝ• Purfes, ųntil the Day of running, or be excluded. :: No lefs than three qualified to ſtart for any of thefe Purfes. If ; but two, to have five Guineas each, if but one to have eight Guineas [...]
[...] :: No lefs than three qualified to ſtart for any of thefe Purfes. If ; but two, to have five Guineas each, if but one to have eight Guineas for Charges, and the Purfe to be referved for another Year. If any Difputes arife in entering or running, they are to be decided * by the Majority of Subfcribers of one Guinea or more then preſent, [...]
The general evening post 01.07.1756/02.07.1756/03.07.1756
  • Datum
    Donnerstag, 01. Juli 1756
  • Erschienen
    London
  • Verbreitungsort(e)
    London
Anzahl der Treffer: 10
[...] fant into a Vault. , At Grantham Races on Tueſday fe’n night the Purfe of ;o ).. for Five-year Olds, was wou by Sir Charles Sedley's Dun Horfe, Birch Dun. On Wedneſday the gol. for Four-year Olds, was [...]
[...] Every Horſe, &c. running for either of thefe Purfes, to pay Two · [...]
[...] Cart, Carriage, Booth, &c. on the Courfe, without ſubſcribing Haíf a Guinea to the Town Purfe, | No Smith to plate any Horfe, &c. that runs for either of thefe Purfes, but what ſubſcribes Half a Guinea to the Town Purfe. [...]
[...] No Smith to plate any Horfe, &c. that runs for either of thefe Purfes, but what ſubſcribes Half a Guinea to the Town Purfe. Horſes, &c. that enter for the Town Purfe to be ſhewn and entered th« Friday before running, between the Hours of Four and eight in the Afternoon, at the Swan in Newport Pagnel aforcfaid. [...]
[...] entered th« Friday before running, between the Hours of Four and eight in the Afternoon, at the Swan in Newport Pagnel aforcfaid. And thoſe that enter for the Subfcription Purfe to be ſhewn and $ntered the Saturday before running at the Saracen's Head inn in NeºPort Pagnel aforefaid, between the Hours of Four and Eight [...]
[...] NeºPort Pagnel aforefaid, between the Hours of Four and Eight in the Afternoon ; and to ſtand at fuch inns only as fubſcribe One Guinea, or more, towards the Town Purfe. t Certificates of their ages to be produced at the Time of En fan CC. [...]
[...] nine stene, fix Ysars old en Stone, aº l aged Horfes, &c. ten St. rc ten founds, Bride and Saddle, &c. Hofes, &c. to be litevn and entered for each cf thefe purfes, the Day f-innight behore the Day of Running, betweer the Hour; of Two and Nine in the Evering, at the Houfe of Mr. Robert [...]
[...] more, to the Town Puife, and íhall be kept at one of the faid Contributer's Houſes till the Day of Statting. And every Horſe, &c. which start for either of thefe Purfes, ſhalf be plated by a Black imith that contributes Half a Guinea to the Town Purfe. If but one Horfe, &c. enters for either of theſe Purfes, to be [...]
[...] If but one Horfe, &c. enters for either of theſe Purfes, to be allowed Ten Guineas, and his Enuance Money; if but two Horſes, &c. enters fcr either of thsie Purfes, to be allowed Five Guineas each, and their Entrance Money. All Differences to be determined by the Majority of the sub [...]
[...] the Courſe, as do not fubſcribe Halt a Guinea, or more, to the Town Purſe. And every Subſcriber that enters any Horſe, &c. for either of theſe Purfes, are to ſubſcribe fourteen Days, at leaſt, before the Day of Running. *,* There will be an Ordinary for the Gentlemen each Day [...]
The general evening post 19.06.1756/20.06.1756/21.06.1756/22.06.1756
  • Datum
    Samstag, 19. Juni 1756
  • Erschienen
    London
  • Verbreitungsort(e)
    London
Anzahl der Treffer: 10
[...] of Fifty rounds, sven by his Grace the Duke of Bedford, by any Hore, Mare, or celding, that never won a Royal i late, or Purfe of One Hundred Pounds; five Years old to carry eight Stone twelve Pounds, fix Years old nine Stone feven Pounds, aged ten Stone, Eridle and Saddle included; to run the beſt of three [...]
[...] Weight in Proportion. To run the best of three Heats, four Miles each Heat. To pay Two Guineas Entrance each Horſe, &c. for this Purfe, and Five Shillings to the Clerk, or double at the Poft. No Horfe, &c. to ſtart for this Purfe that ever won any Thing, except Four-year-olds last Grafs. [...]
[...] Certificates to be produced from the Hands of the Breeder, for the Four, Five, and Six-year-olds that ſtart for either of thefe Purfes. To enter for theſe Purfes on Tueſday the 3d Day of Auguſt, before the Clerk of the Race, or whom he ſhall appoint, at thé [...]
[...] Market-Crofs in the Town of Bedford, between the Hours of Three and Eight in the Afternoon. All Horfes that enter for either of thefe Purfes, to be fubjećt to the fame Articles as uſual at Bedford. No Smith to Plate any Horfes, &c. but what fubſcribes Five [...]
[...] Pounds, one four Mile Heat, for Forty Guineas. Colonel wal degrave bets Mr. Rigby Ten Guineas bye. If any Diſputes arife for the Five, Six, or aged Purfe, to be finally determined by his Grace the Duke of Bedford, or whom he ſhall appoint. [...]
[...] Bruce, in Stratford aforefaid ; and be fubjeći to the Articles which will be produced at the Time of Entrance. Certificates of their Qualifications for each of thefe Purfes to be produced at the Time of Entance, or before the Day of Run ning; and no leſs than three Horfes, &c. to start for ether of thefe [...]
[...] Non-Subſcriber's, Five Guineas. Every Subſcribcr’s Huffe, &c. . to be, hona fide, his own. Every Horſe, &c, that enters foi either of theſe Purfes, mali ftand at fuch Publick Houfes as contribute Half a Guinea, or more, to the Town Purfe, and ſhall be kept at one of the faid [...]
[...] more, to the Town Purfe, and ſhall be kept at one of the faid Contributor's Houſes till the Day of Stertin;. And every Horſe &c, which ſtart for either of thefe Purfes, fl.li be plated by a Bis: fmith that contributes Half a Guinea to the Town Purfe. If but one Horfe, &c. enters for either of theſe Purfes, tɔ be [...]
[...] If but one Horfe, &c. enters for either of theſe Purfes, tɔ be allowed Ten Cuineas, and his Entrance Money ; if but two Horſes, &c. cnters for either of thefe Purfes, wo be allowed Five Guineas each, and their Entrance Money. All Differences to be determ ned by the Maj brity of the Sub [...]
[...] the Courſe. as do not fubſcribe Half a Guinea, or more, to the Town Purſe: , And every Subſcriber that enters any Horſe, &c. for either of theſe Purfes, are to fubſcribe tourteen Days, at least, before the Day of Running. *** There will be an Ordinary for the Gentlemen each Day [...]
The general evening post 20.07.1756/21.07.1756/22.07.1756
  • Datum
    Dienstag, 20. Juli 1756
  • Erschienen
    London
  • Verbreitungsort(e)
    London
Anzahl der Treffer: 10
[...] « next will be run for, on the Old Field near Ludlow, in Shrop ſhire, a Purfe of Fifty Guineas, by any Horſe, Mare, or Gelding, that never won a King's Plate, nor Fifty Pounds in Money, or Plate advertiſed to that Value, ſince the firſt Day of J anuary latt ; [...]
[...] Guineas, for Ropes, Weights, &c. Breg On Thu fday the 12th will be run for, cn the f the Purfe of Fifty Pounds, by any Horfe, &c. ::::::: uſed laſt seaſon as a tegular i unter, and that was not in Svệ :::: from Chriſtmas till the fi ft Day of March laft, and ha; :::::: [...]
[...] Heat ; and the winning Horfe to return ten Pounds to Repai of the Cou: fe, &c. - Pairs Horſes, &c. to run for either of thefe Purfes are to be fhewn ani er tered at the Mermaid Inn, on I hurſday the filth Day of August, between the Hours of Two atid Nine in the Evenín [...]
[...] and be ſubjećł to fuch Articles as will be produced at the Tıma of Entrance. * Certificates of their Qualifications for each of thefe Purfes to be produced at tl e Time of Enti-nge, er before the Lay of Run ning ; and no les than three Horſes to ftart for either of theſe [...]
[...] fide his own. Every Horſe that ceters for either of theſe Puries íhall ſtand at fuch Publick Houſes as ſubſcr.be Half a Guinea to the Town Purfe, or more. Af but one Horſe enters for either of thefe Purfes, to be allowed Ten Guineas, and his Entrance Money ; if but two, Five Guineas each, and their Entrance. [...]
[...] Fion. Earl Gower, or whom he ſhall appoint. , On Wedneſday the 8th will be run for on the fane Courfe, A Purfe of Fifty Pounds, by any Horfe, Mare, or Gelding, being no more than four Years old laft Grafs, as muft be certified under the Hands of the Bret der; carrying nine Stone weight, the beſt of three [...]
[...] ſhip’s Liit is tattle i to start for them, paying One Cuire for each, a Non-Subſcriber three, towards the next Year's Ladics Purfe. Every Horfe, &c. for the Friday and Saturday’s Plates, without fhewing, may be entered at the Starting-i'ott before fi : o’Clock [...]
[...] O Wn. » : ters Horſe, &c. to be, bona fide, his v * - a: ::::: that enters for either cf thefe Purfès, ſhall C u blºck Houfes as contribute Half a Guinea, or more, to he Town Pn: f d fl- : : : :::::", [...]
[...] ah: :::::::::: : :::: of theſe Purſes, to be Horſes, e.e. en: :e: u? En: ance Money ; if but t vo C l' titler of : Purfes, to be allowed Five All Di * r } x * , , ! ice Money, ts:::::::::::: be detti nained by the Majority of the Sub [...]
[...] or Sta'l, to ::::::: : :red to fet up any Bo th, Shed, "º Courfe, as do not furf ::::::: or other Gooas, on or near ‘Fowa Purfe. And .v cribe Half a Guinea, or inore, to the for ei |- fºd every Subſcritser that enters any Horſe, &c either of theſe Purfes, are to ſubſcri y , ** • • [...]
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