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OCT. 10, 1868.

OCT. 10, 1868.

, turned out, nor could the most astute .jfulges have imagined that Restitution would have figured so prominently when his antecedents were regarded, and disposing of the two horses last -named there seems to be but little doubt that Sir Joseph's crack would about.have - won, fo
10 October 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
A si± AB .. PlittltrtlON FOR cAlyampckgsHlßE.

A si± AB .. PlittltrtlON FOR cAlyampckgsHlßE.

A si± AB .. FOR cAlyampckgsHlßE. , . • NEWMARKET lIOUGIITONMLI the Cambridgeshira.vtould .not prove aivery attractive meeting, for should tne great handioap he ivitheraivn there wotild be little. to-intereattbote who go to nieetings:ttierely to see the big events eetne , of. But
10 October 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND TIT TATRI CA EW

ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND TIT TATRI CA EW

CRICKET. TO SECRETARIES OF CLUBS. We shall be to receive any notioes of matches to come off, which, when played, shall have every attention at our hands, if an account, and ether partioulan, as brief as possible, consistently with their importance, be forwarded to us as early as
10 October 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
Crews :--

Crews :--

. Ryan's Crew,-1, f M. StedeS Cieli.-4. I. 0..0. Gibbons. 1. h:lnnes. , 2. W. 11. Neithin. • , 2. W. V.'Norton. 3. E. G. Gmenichey. if, B. C. Rye. - 4. W. 11. Rickman. 4. T. B. Fitilaison. N. C. Dowdall. 5. W. Ch.indlog. 6, H. 13. James. 6. J. G. Noble. . 7. W. Dobson. 7. J. L.
10 October 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
had good sport among the d cer season At the Ttilehan shoctings. Pis Lordship and another nobleman on Monday brought

had good sport among the d cer season At the Ttilehan shoctings. Pis Lordship and another nobleman on Monday brought

down three fine sings, weighing respectively 12 stone, .13 stone 71b,. and 15 stone 61b. There is little doing on the moors, , the sportsmen having either already left or being preparing to leave. The sport has been fair, but considerable difficulty has been experienced in getti
10 October 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
HIPPOPOTAMUS HUNTING.

HIPPOPOTAMUS HUNTING.

HUNTING. ' I do not know that there iii anything in the way of sport requites such consummate courage and coolness as this mode of hunting. The hunter has to trust entirely to his activity witlt th.o; paddle to escape the charges of the animal, anti a touch from then monster upse
10 October 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
OCT. 10, 1868.

OCT. 10, 1868.

Oar. 10, 1868.
10 October 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
THE " DYER " TELESCOPE, With Les,ther Sling and Case 10s. 6d., or with Astronomical Eyepiece 15s. 6d. THIS TELESCOPE

THE " DYER " TELESCOPE, With Les,ther Sling and Case 10s. 6d., or with Astronomical Eyepiece 15s. 6d. THIS TELESCOPE

has an Achromatic Object Glass 1.1 inch *diameter. It a " A. magnifying power of 144 times superficial, will lee a church clock at Four miles, and distingnish small windows In houses at Ten miles. The Astronomical Eyepiece and Sun Glass, magnifying 324 times superficial, conver
10 October 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS _ TURF. S. BUTLEIR.--Wilil Dayrell was trainel in private. BATE';.—We elnuet anderstand, your question. Write rain. L.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS _ TURF. S. BUTLEIR.--Wilil Dayrell was trainel in private. BATE';.—We elnuet anderstand, your question. Write rain. L.

L. AL N. R.—.NirolseK , and, Loaonge ran a dead heat for the Cesarewitch. ' WiLraso.—We believe such to be the ease. A' S AN'EL — TONS. • A Bacxna..—Y — o'n - w - in„ West Airrtralian wan three events•DRAMATIC. r---Miss Maggie Rrennan, made her first appearance ,- -.Louden airif
05 February 1870 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
MIDDLEHAM.

MIDDLEHAM.

The late thaw has been welcomed here, and as soon as the ground gets in a little better working order, all our trainers will be hard at it. The following are all in good health :—Pretty John, Baron Cavendish, Torreaclor, Vintner, Minarer, Agility, Saratoga, Apaturia, Star and Ga
05 February 1870 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England