THE TURF SCANDAL.
Sir C. Russell, m his speech for the prosecution, before the Jockey Club, declared the jockey Wood was the real owner, and Sherrard and Sir George Chelwynd the servants.
Sir H. James, Q.C,, made an eloquent defence to the charges of Lord Durham, and denied that Sir George Chetwynd was aware of the dishonesty of Sherrard and Wood.
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