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Two miles and a half. Precisely at the time set down the horses (nine in number) left the post; Wallace made the running at a cracking pace, Starke lying second, followed past the stand by Royallieu.y, Doefoot, Lady Clifden and Mon Etoile, in the order we have given to the hill, going up which Wallace increased his lead considerably, and was upwards of six lengths in advance of Mr. Ten Broeck's lowing in Indian file, the last two being Lady Ciliden and Mon Etoile. On reappearing in sight Wallace was still in possession of the lead, which gradually decreased as they proceeded up the hill, Srmanby, drawing towards the front as they reached the brow. On rounding the turn for home, Wallace gave evident symptoms of distress, and, although he gamely struggled on, was in a few strides fby finished a bad fourth; Mon Etoile, who ran through as the others were pulling up, was fifth, Wallace sixth, Doefoot next, and Royallieu and Lady Clifden the two last. Run in 4 minutes 50 seconds.