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" In matching, (\\ ith relation to the battles) it is a rule always in London, that after the cocks of the main are weighed, the match-bills are compared. That every pair of dead or equal weight are feparated, and fight againft others, provided that it... "
Racing Calendar - Page 192
1797
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Racing Calendar: Containing an Account of the Plates, Matches, and ...

1775
...may fight earlier than thole that are heavier. Ш matching (with relation to the- battles) it is 2 rule always in London ; That after, the cocks of the main .are weighed, the match bills are compared. THAT every pair of deadj or equal weight, are feparated, and fight againft...
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Racing Calendar: Containing an Account of the Plates, Matches, and ...

1777
...to the end; that every lighter pair may fight earlier than thofe that are heavier. IN matching (with relation to the battles) it is a rule always in London,...compared. THAT every pair of -dead, or equal weight, are ieparated, and fight againft others ; provided that it appears that the main can be enforged, by adding...
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Racing Calendar

Horse racing - 1793
...that the main can be enlarged by adding' thereto, either one battle or more thereby In matching, (with relation to the battles) it is a rule always in London,...the main are weighed, the match-bills are compared. • RACES TO COME. NEWMARKET Craven Meeting, 1/93. MONDAY, the 1fi.. of APRIL. (The Craven Stakes,...
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Racing Calendar

Horse racing - 1795
...that every lighter pair may fight earlier than thofe that are heavier. In matching, (with relation fo the battles) it is a rule always in London, that after...compared. That every pair of dead or equal weight are feparattd, and fight againft others, prov1ded that it appears that the main can be enlarged by adding...
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RACING CALENDAR

Edward and James Weatherby - 1798
...the end ; that every lighter pair may fight earlier than thofe that are heavier. In matching, (with relation to the battles) it is a rule always in London,...every pair of dead or equal weight are feparated, ruid fight againft others, provided that it apr pears that the main can be enlarged by adding thereto,...
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THE RACING CALENDAR

Edward and James Weatherby - 1801
...that the main can be enlarged by adding thereto, either one battle or more therebv, In matching, (with relation to the battles) it is a rule always in London,...the main are weighed, the match-bills are compared, RACES TO COlVtE. NEWMARKET '.. / v . -' . ' T t Craven Meeting, 1801. n : •• it MONDAY, APRIL...
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Racing Calendar

Horse racing - 1802
...the end; that every lighter pair may fight earlier than thofe which are heavier. - -In matching (with relation to the battles) it is a rule always in London,...againft others, provided that it appears that the main-can be enlarged by adding.thereto, either one battle or mere thereby, RACES RACES TO COME. / V...
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THE RACING CALENDAR:

EDWARD and JAMES WEATHERBY - 1805
...the end ; that eveiy lighter pain may fight earlier than thofe which are heavier. In matching (with relation to the battles) it is a rule always in London,...that after the cocks of the main are weighed, the match bills are compared. That every pair of dead or equal weight are feparated, and fight againft...
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Hoyle's Games Improved: Consisting of Practical Treatsies on Whist ...

Games - 1814 - 502 pages
...to the end; that every lighter pair may fight earlier than those that are heavier. In matching (with relation to the battles,) it is a rule always in London...weighed, the match-bills are compared. That every pair of equal or dead weight, are separated, and fight against others; provided that it appears that the main...
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The Cocker: Containing Every Information to the Breeders and Amateurs of ...

William Sketchley - Cockfighting - 1814 - 154 pages
...fight earlier than those that are heavier. In matching (with relation to the battles) it is a rale always, in London, that, after the cocks of the main are weighed, the match bills are compared. That every pair of dead or equal weight are separated, and fight against...
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