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rrRY IT4--NO PAY TILL, WON.- FORD'S ;treat Derby now at 33 to 1, one of the hest things over sent

rrRY IT4--NO PAY TILL, WON.- FORD'S ;treat Derby now at 33 to 1, one of the hest things over sent

out; the party 14 getting th,ir money on. ile will be sure to Nee a very short price. inclose a directed envelope. Address, J. STAMFORD. Ips vlet the oldest ;Ind lutist suceesful adviser on 'turf. Remember, no pay till won. Likewise probable winners of the Lincoln Handicap, Nort
14 February 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
PRIZE MEDAL, 1862. AWARDED BY THE JURORS OF FOR THE SUPERIORITY OF THE aLENtriELD T ARCH. Sold by all Grocers,

PRIZE MEDAL, 1862. AWARDED BY THE JURORS OF FOR THE SUPERIORITY OF THE aLENtriELD T ARCH. Sold by all Grocers,

Chandlers, Oilmen, ko, WOTHERSPOON and OO., Glasgow and London.
14 February 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
ENOCK'S GUIDE TO THE DERBY, OAKS, ONE and TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS, with a hint about the Liverpool Spring Cup, Steeple

ENOCK'S GUIDE TO THE DERBY, OAKS, ONE and TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS, with a hint about the Liverpool Spring Cup, Steeple

Chase, Northamptonshire Stakes, Newmarket Handic.itp, City and Suburban, Metropolitan Stakes, the Great Northern, and Chester Cup, for thirteen stamps; to the Derby, 20a.; whole season, 40s. Remember, last year I named the winners of the abova races (except the Metropolitan), an
17 January 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
lar In consequence of the continued great demand for the ILLUSTRATED SPO.RTING NEWS containing the REPORT OF THE BATTLE FOR

lar In consequence of the continued great demand for the ILLUSTRATED SPO.RTING NEWS containing the REPORT OF THE BATTLE FOR

THE CHAMPIONSHIP, the Proprietors have reprinted their SPECIAL EDITION, which may now be procured, together with a large Portrait of JEM MACE on superior paper, Price TWOPENCE.
17 January 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
K EATING'S PERSIAN INSECT DE. STROTING POWDER —Fleas in dogs, poultry, ke., are instantly destroyed, as also bugs, beetles, and

K EATING'S PERSIAN INSECT DE. STROTING POWDER —Fleas in dogs, poultry, ke., are instantly destroyed, as also bugs, beetles, and

every other insect, by this powder, which is perfectly harmless se animal life; sportsmen particularly will, therefore, tlnd It invaluable. Sold in packets, is., 2s. 6d., and 4s. 6d. each, or post free for 14, or treble size for 36 postage stamps, by THOMAS KEATING, Chemist, 79,
17 January 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
H ORSES. -CAPTAIN SCOTT VIGORS, 209, PICCADILLY. Intending sellers and purchasers, by consulting Will save trouble and expense. CASH ADVANCES

H ORSES. -CAPTAIN SCOTT VIGORS, 209, PICCADILLY. Intending sellers and purchasers, by consulting Will save trouble and expense. CASH ADVANCES

made, when required, on Stock entrusted to for Terms,s per cent, on sales and purchases effected only. Paddocks, Loose Boxes, and every convenience at Harleaden Green, Offices, 209. Piccadilly. gonthly Printed List of Horses on Sale, sent free.
17 January 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
Arrangements are being made for the production of TWO LARGE ENGRAVINGS Or ALL MOST POPULAR PUGILISTS FROM THE TIME OF

Arrangements are being made for the production of TWO LARGE ENGRAVINGS Or ALL MOST POPULAR PUGILISTS FROM THE TIME OF

FIGG (1719) TO THE YEAR 1862. A large expense will necessarily be incurred in proeuring Portraits dating so far back as io years, but the Proprietors, are determined that *either labour nor cost shall be a, consideration 1n this great work. No Illustrated Paper has ever publisho
24 January 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
BARN, ISLINGTON -B y desire, another GRAND BAL MASQUE, MONDAY NEXT, January 20. Marrlott's Band of 100. Open at Nine.

BARN, ISLINGTON -B y desire, another GRAND BAL MASQUE, MONDAY NEXT, January 20. Marrlott's Band of 100. Open at Nine.

Ladlev, e.; Gentlemen, 3. od. Supper of every delicacy at Twelve, 2s. (id. each.
24 January 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
AS GOOD AS GOLD.-WATCH CHAINS, and every kind of Jewellery, doable coated with pure gold, and impossible to be told

AS GOOD AS GOLD.-WATCH CHAINS, and every kind of Jewellery, doable coated with pure gold, and impossible to be told

from solid gold jewellery, though only one-tenth cost. In the newest patterns by workmen used to solid gold work. Unequalled for wear. Illustrated Circular post free for a stamp.—LIENRY ESTCOTT END, No. I, Fisherstreet, Red Lion-square, London. W.C.
24 January 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
NOTHING IMPOSSIBLE.—The Greatest Mid most useful invention of the day, AQUA AMARELLA.—Messrs. JOHN GOSNELL sad CO., Three King-court, Lombard-street, Perfumers

NOTHING IMPOSSIBLE.—The Greatest Mid most useful invention of the day, AQUA AMARELLA.—Messrs. JOHN GOSNELL sad CO., Three King-court, Lombard-street, Perfumers

to her Majesty, respectfully offer to the public this truly marvellous fluid, which gradually restores the human hair to its pristine hue—no matter at what age. The Aqua kmarells has none of the properties of dyes: it, on the contrary, is beneficial to the system, and when the h
24 January 1863 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England