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ions: Mr. W. F. Anson's Blair Athol, by Stockwell — Blink Bonny--8 st. 10lbs. (J. Snowden, 1 Lord Glascow's General Peel, 8 st. 10 lbs (Wells) 2 Lord Stamford's Cambuscan, 8 st. 10 lbs. (Edwards) 3 Mr. Launde's The Miaer, 8 st. 1Beaufort's Black Rock, 8. st. 10 lbs. (Fordham.) Betting--Two to one against Elair Athol, eleven to four against General Peel, six to one against The Miner, seven to one against one hundred to six against twenty-five to one against Ely and efty to one, each, against Brindisi and Black Rock. Blair Athol, at the half distance, came out, and shooting past General Peel and Cambuscan with the utmost case, won literally in a canter, without ever being punished, by two lengths; a head sepmous mare Blink Bonny by Melbourne, was this year the most fortunate winner of both of these races. The second horse, General Peel, bred by Lord and got by his most popular and line station Young Melbourne, second in the St. Leger, was also second