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The third will be selected at random through a sweepstakes, and the last seat will go to the winner of a competition.
Theres something in that; good training is always desirable, whether the race be for place, cup, or sweepstakes.
The Cup is a handicap sweepstakes of twenty sovs., the distance being two miles, and the added money only £500.
TOWN LIFE IN AUSTRALIAR. E. N. (RICHARD) TWOPENY
Well, the young Sweepstakes and Lady Diana will talk enough about it; that's one comfort.
THE PARENT'S ASSISTANTMARIA EDGEWORTH
Well, the young Sweepstakes and Lady Diana will talk enough about it, that's one comfort.
A little band of children, who had been mustered by Lady Diana Sweepstakes' spirited exertions, closed the procession.
The arrow was within a quarter of an inch of Master Sweepstakes' mark, which was the nearest that had yet been hit.
Master Sweepstakes clapped his hands, with loud exultations and insulting laughter.
Had he only had the conceit to know it, he had returned to London a strong favorite for the season's matrimonial sweepstakes.
Our readers will remember that we last week made mention of a change in the sweepstakes rings at the next Illinois State Fair.

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