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FOR THE YEAR
Edward and James Weatherby.
Printed by C. & W. Reynell, Broad street, Gollen square,
AND SOLD AT THE PUBLISHERS' OFFICE,
No 7, OXENDEN STREET.
Subscriptions, Advertisements, and Intelligence, for the RACING CALENDAR, are received at the Publishers' Office, No. 7, Oxenden-street, near the Haymarket, where may be had most of the Volumes for the last sixty years; also the Racing CALENDAR ABRIDGED, from the earliest accounts to 1750, in one volume; the General Stud-Book, in three volumes; Gard's Guide to the Turf; and Mr BODGER's Portrait of the Father of the Turf, Prints of the Newmarket Courses, Exercise Ground, and Carriage Match.
Subscription for the Sheet Calendars and the Volume, Twenty-six Shillings per annum; the first year's subscription to be paid in advance.
The Volume for 1830 price 12s.) is sold by Mr Whitehead, Gazette Office, York; Mr Etty, Manchester; Mr Botterill, Christian street, Liverpool; Mr C. Hunt, Bookseller, 13 Market Place, Bath ; Mr Deighton, Bookseller, Worcester; Mr Heaton, Bookseller, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Mr Charles Smith, 25 Hanover street, Edinburgh ; at the Racing Calendar Office, Oxenden street, London ; and at the Coffee-room, Newmarket.
Neu Edition of the Third Volume, continued to the present time.
The Publishers beg leave to apprise those Gentlemen who have obligingly furnished them with the particulars of their respective Studs down to the year 1830, that it is intended to include in the new Volume, the foals of the present year also. On account of the alphabetical arrangement it is very desirable that all the matter should be collected before any portion of it is printed, and the Publishers therefore earnestly request that the above accounts may be completed, and that the proprietors of mares, the particulars of whose produce have not been sent, will be pleased to supply the necessary information, as soon as the foals of this year. are dtopped: Without such co-operation on the part of breeders in general, the publication of the work must necessarily be delayed till late in the year, and the mares be divided into two alphabetical lists, which renders the Book less convenient for reference
A New Edition of the Second Volume is in preparation, and will be publislied at the same time as the above.
7 Ourenden street,
February 1, 1831.