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Pro bono publico. Ascot-Heath, second meeting. By permission, three days sport.
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Pro bono publico. Ascot-Heath, second meeting. By permission, three days sport: On Whitsun Monday, being the 4th day of June next, will be run for on Ascot Heath, five miles from Brooklyn-Ferry, the noblemen and gentlemens purse of one hundred pounds, free for any horse, mare or gelding.
Pro bono publico. Ascot-Heath, second meeting. By permission, three days sport.: On Whitsun Monday, being the 4th day of June next, will be run for, on Ascot Heath, five miles from Brooklyn-Ferry, the noblemen and gentlemens purse of one hundred pounds, free for any horse, mare or gelding.
An epistle to the dictator, in his retirement. Humbly addressed to him, by his constant admirer, and faithful coadjutor, Pro Bono Publico. Printed Book. The Complete jockey, or, The most exact rules and methods to be observed for the training up of race-horses shewing how to prepare them for any heats or courses, with the manner of their keepings, instructions for their dressing and looking to their scourings, diets, matches, and racings, with every particular to be observed.
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Full text of "The Oriental Sporting Magazine: From June to June " See other formats. Aug 27, · Residents protest at Ascot Heath race-day ban. Families gathered outside the gates after being told by Ascot Racecourse bosses that the heath would be closed on event daysAuthor: Jennie Slevin.
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(incl. ports.), 20 cm. Bloom ran the ferry for about three years, when, in September,by permission of the common council, he transferred the lease to Andrew Ramsay, who at this time was the landlord of the Exchange Coffee House, from which he moved to the ferry house on the Long Island side of the river.
My purpose has been to present to my fellow-citizens of Brooklyn a full and reliable history of the city of their residence, from its early humble beginnings to its present position as the third city of Page VIII viii PREFACE. the American Union. Whatever was valuable in the works of my predecessors I have incorporated in these pages; and.
Nor did I escape the glances of offended democracy for the aristocratic preference of my own towel, sponge, and brushes, with which I came armed into the public wash-room, keeping, however, a jealous eye amongst the crowd upon these effects, lest a second Mr.
Jones should innocently imagine they were supplied pro bono publico, and appropriate.