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Ely is 13 miles from Newmarket, 16 from Cambridge, and 23 from Huntingdon.

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Javelin is got by Eclipse, dam by Spectator, grand dam by Blank, gt grand dam by the Godolphin Whitefoot, gt gt grand dam by Stanyer's Arabian, gt go gt grand dam by King William's Black Barb, out of Christopher Darcey's Royal innares -

FAGGERGILL, at the same place, at one guinea, a mare, and 2s. 6d. the groom.

£ING FERGUS, at Catterick, in Yorkshire, at 5gs. the mare, and 5s. the groom.

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KING WILLIAM, got by Herod, at Mr. Jones's,

near Langley Church, in Buckinghamshire, at 2gs a mare, and 2s. 6d. the groom.

o is a beautiful bay horse, 1 ; hands one inc capital Racer.—He was got by Herod, out of Madcap, which mare was a good runner, and got by Old Snap, her dam by Old Cade, and full fister to Slouch, and dam of Marianne; grand dam was the Little Hartley mare, got by Bartlet's Childers, and was the dam of Blank, and other capital Racers.

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The money to be paid before the mares are taken away.

to To prevent mistakes, there is another King William, got by Florizel.

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. He was got by King Herod, his dam by Blank, his grand dam by Old Childers, which mare was own fifter, to Old Snip, Black Legs, &c, and the dam of Old Crab. D d 2 A .

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The four following, (the property of a Nobleman) at Oxcroft Farm, near Balsham, Cambridgeshire, viz. MAMERINQ, , – 10gs ) each mare, and half a guinea. the groom.

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The money to be paid before the mares are taken away. - PHOENO.

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He was got by King Herod, his dam by Eclipse. * - For his pedigree further, and his performances, see the Racing Calendar for the years 1784, and 1785. Gentlemen who think proper to send their mares, are defired to fignify the number of them, directed to Mr. Glenton, or Mr. George Fothergill, at Grange, near Wakefield, Yorkshire. All demands for covering, grass, &c. must be fully satisfied before the mares are taken away.

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The two following (the property of a Nobleman) at Mr. Clark's, the New Inn, Leeming-Lane, Yorkshire, viz. -

PROTECTOR, 5gs leach mare, and half a

SWEET WILLIAM, 5gs s guinea, the groom.

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N. B. All mares, producing a certificate of their having won three Plates or Sweepstakes, will be

covered gratio, giving the fee to the servant. D d 3 Brood.

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