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  2. CIVIL COURT.

    HORSE CASE.—James Stokes v. George Smythe. To recover 20l. for the injury of a horse, returned in such a condition as not to be fit for hire, by which the plaintiff lost an apportunity of letting it ...

    Article : 945 words
  3. THE TURF.

    George the IV. outstripped all his royal predecessors on the turf, in the ardour of his pursuit of it, and the magnificence of his racing establishment. Indeed, the epithet 'delighting in horses,'— ...

    Article : 3,835 words
  4. CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR,—I beg to call your attention to a subject which may be considered little short of a disregard and wilful negligence of our religious duties. It is the long and unaccountable discontinuance of ...

    Article : 222 words
  5. THE GUILDFORD RACES.

    OUR notice of this meeting last week, was necessarily short, from the circumstance of its occurring so late in the week; we have, however, little to add, ...

    Article : 252 words
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