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And now I believe I. . . may disport myself as I can on my Canterbury visit.—It was a very agreable visit. There was everything to make it so: Kindness, conversation, & variety, without care or cost. . . . I hope that you do not much mind not going to the Newbury Races.—I am withstanding those of Canterbury. Let that strengthen you.
The quote for June 26th mentions races at Newbury and Canterbury. Which of these novels mentions races?