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FOR THE YEAR
C., J., E., AND J. P. WEATHERBY.
VOLUME THE ONE HUNDREDTH
SOLD AT THE PUBLISHERS' OFFICE,
No. 6 OLD BURLINGTON STREET,
THE GENERAL STUD BOOK, Containing the Pedigrees of Thorough-bred Horses brought down to the end of 1868.
By C., J., E. and J. P. WEATHERBY. Sold at the Publishers' Office, 6 Old Burlington Street, and by all Booksellers in Town and Country. Present prices of the different Volumes in boards : £ 8. d.
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A complete set of the above, £T 78. N.B.- Volume XII will be published early in the year 1873.
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THE RACING CALENDAR is published by subscription, commencing on the 1st of January.
The Numbers of the Sheet Calendar are published every week during the year, and contain reports of Races Past, the earliest information of nominations for stakes recently closed, weights for handicaps, advertisements of future races, sales of blood stock, &c. The Book containing the Races to Come is published in February; a Monthly Pocket Edition of Races Past, every month during the season from the end of April to the end of September; and the Book containing the whole of the Races Past as soon as possible after the conclusion of the Racing season.
Advertisements and reports of Stecple Chases under the Grand National Hunt Rules are included in the Sheet Calendar. The volume of Steeple Chases Past, appearing at the end of the Steeple Chase season, is a separate publication. Terms of subscription, payable in advance, will in future be as follows:
£ 8. d. For the Sheet Calendars, Monthly Parts, and both Books (carriage free)
2 10 For the Sheets and both Books (carriage free) 2 For the Sheet Calendars only
0 For the Monthly Parts only (carriage free)
0 Price of the Volumes to Non-Subscribers:Races to Come
0 0 Races Past
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7 N.B. All the Books will be delivered to subscribers, by post or otherwise, carriage free.
The charge for postage is not included in the above prices to non-subscribers.
The Volumes for former years may be had, in lots, at a reduced price, according to the number taken.
Subscribers commencing during the season, and not requiring the back numbers of the year, pay in proportion, but all subscriptions expire on the 31st of December.
*** Post-office orders to be made payable to C., J., E., and J. P. Weatherby, at the Vigo Street money-order office.
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