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IMPORTANT IMPORTATION FROM ENGLAND. Forty-Two Thoroughbreds Belonging to Jefferson Livingston and Emil Hcrz Reach New York. New York. September 30. Phil T. Chinn arrived on the Atlantic Transport steamer MInnetonka with one of the most Important consignments of thoroughbreds ever brought to this coutryl There were forty-two horses in the string, the chief point of interest being that among them were twenty yearlings which Mr. Chinn purchased at the Doncaster sales for Jefferson Livingston. This Indicates that Mr. Livingston intends" toVgov Into racing on a larger scale than ever. Seven horses in training raced In England by Emil Herz and consigned to John Kelly of New York and four that Chinn was racing abroad also arrived. The yearlings are a particularly fine lot and w.?re in good condition after their nine-day trip. Two of them are by the American stallion, Colin, now In the stud in England, and the others are by the following English sires: Cicero. Wuffy. Land League-. Sir Harry. John o Gannt. Orbv. Picton, Polymelus. St. Amant, Fowline Piece, Forfarshire, Troutbeck, Santol, Santry, Dark Donald and Cocksure. The horses brought for John Kelly are Glencalrn. Short Grass. Runnymede, Lady Colonist. North Light, Hanworth and De.vil Fish, while the Chtnu racers are Lady Flotsam, ..lys Chaucer. Pickerton. Tried and Brummel, the last named a six-year-old stallion by the famous English sire Desmond out of Beautys Daughter, by Gallinule. All these horses will be taken to Louisville to winter preparatory to campaigning next year. August Belmont and his son, Raymond, were at the dock to receive a consignment consisting of seven hIo ponies and two hungers which had been in England for the season. The English military author es made no effort to retain any of the horses for war purposes.