You have been well-bred and well-born; your father has a great name in these parts, and your grandfather won the cup two years at the Newmarket
races; your grandmother had the sweetest temper of any horse I ever knew, and I think you have never seen me kick or bite.
He recalled the men he had met, the clubs he had joined, his stud of horses at Newmarket
, the country-houses at which he had visited.
He imparted to her the mystery of going the odd man or plain Newmarket
for fruit, ginger-beer, baked potatoes, or even a modest quencher, of which Miss Brass did not scruple to partake.
For in those days the skill of each celebrated marksman was as well known for many miles round him, as the qualities of a horse trained at Newmarket
are familiar to those who frequent that well-known meeting.
Tom had gone from London with a party of young men to Newmarket
, where a neglected fall and a good deal of drinking had brought on a fever; and when the party broke up, being unable to move, had been left by himself at the house of one of these young men to the comforts of sickness and solitude, and the attendance only of servants.
On the present occasion he wore it very much on one side, with the back part forward in consequence of its being the least rusty; round his neck he wore a flaming red worsted comforter, whereof the straggling ends peeped out beneath his threadbare Newmarket
coat, which was very tight and buttoned all the way up.
The very first words I heard Algie speak, Claire, were at Newmarket
during the three o'clock race one May afternoon.
He was dressed in a Newmarket
coat and tight-fitting trousers; wore a shawl round his neck; smelt of lamp-oil, straw, orange-peel, horses' provender, and sawdust; and looked a most remarkable sort of Centaur, compounded of the stable and the play-house.
Issuing forth from the gate on these easy terms, he became a billiard-marker; and now occasionally looked in at the little skittle-ground in a green Newmarket
coat (second-hand), with a shining collar and bright buttons (new), and drank the beer of the Collegians.
He left the parcel very readily, and goes his way, and in about half an hour my maid and I walked off, and that very evening I hired a horse, and a man to ride before me, and went to Newmarket
, and from thence got my passage in a coach that was not quite full to St.
He was attended at Newmarket
for that purpose, and he point-blank refused to do it.
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