yds. The T. Y. C. 5 fur. 105 yds. Mile course from Newcastle turn, 6 fur. 184 yds. The two-mile course, 2 miles. The three-mile course, 2 m. 7 fur. 85 yds. Four-mile course, 3 m. 7- 153 yds.
Newon is a triangular course of 1 m. with a hill.
Nottingham is a round course of 1 m. 2 fur. 11 yds.
Oxford is a round course of 2 m. all but a distance, and quite flat, the last half mile straight.
Pontefract is an oval course of about 2 in. 1 fur.
Preston is an oval course of 1 m. flat.
Stockbridge is a round course rather hilly, the last three-quarters of a mile nearly straight. They have also a straight mile, and a round course of about one mile and a quarter ; the latter is called the New Course.
York T. Y. C.,b fur. 59 yds. Mile course, 1 m. 0 fur. 8yds. Last mile and quarter, 1 m. 2 fur. 15 yds. Last mile and a half, 1 in. 4 fur. 18 yds. Last mile and three-quarters, 1 m. 5 fur. 160 yds. Two-mile course, 1 m. 7 fur. 85 yds. Four-mile course, 3 m. 7 fur. 24 yds.
The fo 'lowing regulations respecting the weights and distances of His Majesty's plates have recently been published, and are to remain in force, till otherwise directed by His Majesty :—
The weights of the king's plate run for at Newmarket shall be fixed by the stewards of the Jockey Club.
Chester—Thrice round the course, rather more than three miles. Three years old to carry 7 st. 2lb. Four, 9st. 21b. Five, lOst. Six and" aged, lOst. 51b.
.Ascot Heath—To start at the New Mile Starting Post, to go once round and in. Weights the same