The Autumn supplement to the ruff's guide to the turf for 1856;conataining a calendar of the races in 1856, to the end of august; the horses indexed with their pedigrees;performances of the two-year-olds in england,to the same period;nominations for the derby and oaks,1857 [alphabetically arranged]:nominations for september & october,1856;derby lots,1857;etc,etc.

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