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RV BIT COURSING.

RV BIT COURSING.

LEEDS.—The match to run the best of twenty-one courses at rabbits, for £2O a side, between Marshall's bitch Flora and Britt's bitch Guess, is progressing, and is fixed to be run at the Cardigan Arms, Leeds, on Saturday, April 25.--Th e ma t c h t o ru n the best o f twenty-one c
18 April 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
ROBERT B EELS, OF NEWCASTLE, E 9 It G E WILLiAM ERSON OF 611 1N AVICII, THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE

ROBERT B EELS, OF NEWCASTLE, E 9 It G E WILLiAM ERSON OF 611 1N AVICII, THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE

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18 April 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
G. 'WILLEY, Secretary.

G. 'WILLEY, Secretary.

A THE "DUKE OF CORNWALL CHAMPION CUP."— pter the giving up of the prizes at Hackney Wick, on Tuesday, c rePll Menear formally put in a challenge for it, to wrestle the tio h o li nP,ion, Slade, according to the conditions, for not hiss than £lO a 4"m ~ , as much more as Slade li
18 April 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
GAZA/MT LAN, WANDSWORTH.

GAZA/MT LAN, WANDSWORTH.

FREEMA N AND LATHAM, 200 YDS, FOR I:5.—W. Lang, the pedestrian, was chosen referee. The men agreed to start by report of pistol, when a level start was effected, and after a good race Freeman went in a winner by one yard and a half. mAxwELT., AND BARTON ' 150 YDS, FOR £ 5 A SIDE
18 April 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
MACE AND Tilll 11.MEILIC4N rumss.

MACE AND Tilll 11.MEILIC4N rumss.

MACE AND 11.MEILIC4N (To the Editor of the bp, Aiwa.") 8111 ,-1 see your American friends are very prodigal (.f their ternatirs on the subjeot of the link:sown to *aces icOrolng t o yonithatier, they say that object is to for his fight. wiii Gloss; but 1A a raltor singular notion
18 April 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
arzIRUETTXNO.

arzIRUETTXNO.

l it to itgetlpictlb,dlaOtt LI to 2 stgst Etospodar (w)
18 April 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
TthG'or tux sooSocir siArZg.

TthG'or tux sooSocir siArZg.

tux , A general meeting at the Jockey Club .was at NeWolifitel, alter tho on Wednesday in the' Craven *looting. Oreilent ; Lord Perfttnostb', Rena (Stewards),; Nit y t. arne. Ilattliyany, Mr. W. ti Craven O , sir. revitle t '.* J. filtWley, Mr; ff. Nerilhltitt' Payne, ,Sarßit, fo
18 April 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
TO SUBSCRIBERS. TZ.UMS OF sußspninioN, ' Post-free 01cry Saturday. Onsoopy for 18 weeks tn. 11 26 .• • • •

TO SUBSCRIBERS. TZ.UMS OF sußspninioN, ' Post-free 01cry Saturday. Onsoopy for 18 weeks tn. 11 26 .• • • •

• • „ 62 „ .. • . Subscuiptlons payable In advance, by postage 9 utrnp4 or by poet-oftloe order.
18 April 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
SWIPANNIG.

SWIPANNIG.

WE have from time in this journal given our advocacy of the art of tvritntning, and we take credit to ourselves for having extended this very useful art, as the following will show. The last groat event was for the Championship of the Thames and £5O, which was won by Mather, of
11 July 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
PEDESTRIANISIVL

PEDESTRIANISIVL

SEINTIROPOLITAN 2140111 WZOIC. gONDAY.—Thoro an excellent attendance here to-day to witness the quarter of a mile handicap, for which a baker's dozen came to the post. The allowance of 40 yda start gave Sutton such an advantage that he succeeded in pulling off the first heat. th
11 July 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England