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Newcastle Daily Chronicle Northumberland, England
21 Jun 1888
Emetic*, Waterproof, Gipsy Queen colt, Sweetheart, Tommy Upton. and Lady Cecil went a mile. Soottirh King, Caerlarenick, Grey Friars, and King Monmouth went a mile. Dean?. Juggler, Idaynooth, Rokeby. filyfellow, Duke of Marl. borough, Fairy Vision, Hackman fllyView article