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That the Cup be challenged for on the Monday How to challenge in the First Spring meeting, and for the Ca the horses named for it declared for the Cup at fix o'clock on the Saturday evening of the said meeting.

That the Whip be challenged for on the Monday and Whi \ or Tuesday in the Second Spring, and Whip or Second O&tober meeting, and the acceptance fignified, or the Whip resigned, before the end of the same meeting.

If challenged for and accepted in the Spring, to

be run for on the Thursday in the Second Oétober

meeting following, and if in the O&tober, on the:

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That after the 14th of April, 1777, the Proprietor of any horse, &c. engaged in Match or Sweepstakes, who shall declare his intention of not starting, before eight o'clock on the evening preceding the engagement, to the Keeper of the Match-Book, or either of the Stewards, shall be entitled to five per Cent. and no more of the forfeit.

Five per Cent foved by declaring forfeit before eight the preceding evening.

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COLOURS worn BY THE RIDERS. - or T H E F O L L ow I N G

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