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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 13 August 1888

IRA L AND bCIETY NEWS. 1. NO. 49. E LATEST! /FT FELT HATS in ted, Black, Brown, /y, and Nutria, 'HREE STYLES for in or Seashore at t the following )W PRICES i Cj 88c., $1.12. EAST BROAD ST. au 13 2t ...as L. Alfriend, Generai Agent LIFE, MARINE, and •AM BOILER INSURANCE Hepresentin & ' J Class Companies jq /p jtyH O 8 ,'TTi A 1 S » v'v pitaij j-eproseateid,: pe&riy ',' : ' $40,000,000. Ed with Htate Treasurer for urity of Virginia policy holders, $155,000 (in Uiiijted ( 3iatess, ~ (> bonds). PANIE3 REPRESENTED: ! Assurance Society of London, r 16,000,000. Insurance Company of New ts over $3,000 000. Marine Insurance Company of ~300.000 i Fire Insurance Company of , $2,700 000 ;'on Life Insurance Company of i, $9,000,000. n Steam Boiler Insurance Comw York, $1,200 000. '■£■0 rj d /, D-iied---ALL SORTS OF JRIOSITIES teservoir Park. KRAUSE'S HOTEL, ' next to Theatre. *^1' SI 'S ~ RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 43, I£BB. IT CHI. ;'5 — '11 WHAT THE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 13 August 1888

THE CRITIC. W. CABELL TRUEMAN, EtHTOK ANL> OWNER OFFICE : NO. 1217 EAST MAIN STREET. (Fir-;t floor—miller the roof.) Entered ;it the I'o.-t-ortice tit Richmond, Virginia, as second-class mutter. SUBSCRIPTION. Terms : By mail, one dollar a year, in advance ; single copies by mail, three cents each. Correspondence, society items, descriptions of ocial events and interesting uews of all kind solicited. Tiie Ckitic has a w idea-extended circulation among iito.se interested in the history, genealogy and illustrative memorial* of the past. Its advertising columns offer the best medium in the South tor the sale of articles of virtu, relics, Ac. Our list of readers on the continent is dailv increasing. We will be glad to furnish information as to the value of relics, old books, autographs, &c. THE CRITIC, P. 0. Box. 2(h). Richmond. Virginia. FROM WHOM I'HE CRITIC CAN BE BOUGHT . Ford's Hot* 1 Exchange Hotel. R. T. Dupree, 18 Ninth street. M. M. Myer, 100 east Broad st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 13 August 1888

m ius WITH OF (OVSKITED F AMI LI ES -CO KB IV, FITZH C« If, KENDALL. ALLEKTOV, TIK BER YILLE, Li: J) WELL, SHI PI'EX, FAIRFAX, TAYLOE, WASHISCTOS, MASON. MAI>ISI«,CRITTE\ , BEX, CARROLL. CI'STIS. AX® BREST. [Written for The Critic— Genealogical Letter IX.] Lee Family—No. 3 NOTES. [#] Another of the name lived in York at. the same time Henry Lee, justice of York, 1(547; burgtss, 1652; died 1657, leaving several children, the eldest son being Henry, who came of age in 1666. [7<] His tomb still remains in Westmoreland, bearing the following inscription. Hie Ccnditur corpus Ricliardi Lee, Arinigeri: nati in Virginia: filii Ricliardi Lee, generosi, ex antiqua in Mertou Regis in Comitatu Salopiensi oriundi. In magistratum oheundo boni pubiici studiosissimi, in Uteris Grsecis «fe Lati nis & aiiis humar.ioiis literature di-;cipm-lis ressalissimi. Deo quem summa observantia semper Coluit animan tranquillus reddidit XII ueo die Martii Anno MDCCXIV. iEtat LXVI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 13 August 1888

OK PATIN' THE PBJSACHER. i 1 There's one thing 'bout the church affair* Has always p jzzled me, ' That's why it comes so hard to raise Tho preacher's salaree; It takes donations, sellin' quilts, An suppors, fairs and sings, Excursions, 'an I'll novel' tell How many other things. The butcher's an' tho baker's bill, By which we'ro earthly fod, Aro met with cash, we oniy squirm To pay tor hev'nly broad. Tho tailor 'an tlie dry goods man Git coin for what we wear; But "chips an' whetstones'' fer the robo We hope to havo "up there." The lawyer's paid that 'tends our oase Hero in the court below; But fer the higher conrt above; Tho preacher's pay is slow. The doctor gits the dollars too. Who cures our body' colds, The pastor gits donation truck For savin' of our souls. You think his sermons lack In fire; His study does, It's true. You say he's poor an'out of stylo; His board an' clothes are, too. i An' so you'll And most of his faults, . An" that is why I say, ' If w# don't pay the preach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 20 August 1888

GENERAL. AND SOCIETY NEWS. VOL.I. NO. 50 RICHMOND THEATRE. TWENTY-FIFTH SEASON—IBBB. WEDNESEAY AUGUST 22d. GEORGE WILSON'S GILDED MASTADONS In real minstrelsy, embracing forty artists. MON'l E CKISTO, FIRST PART. The most dazzling display of wealth and grandeur ever presented to lover of minstrelsy. IPVAL, TIIE WO'NPEK. Special engagement of tne latest European sensation. Prices: 25c., 60e..T">c., and $1. Box office opens TO-MORROW, August 21st. au2o It THE LATEST! SOFT FELT HATS in White, Red, Black, Brown, Navy, and Nutria, IN THREE STYLES for Mountain or Seashore at the following LOW PRICES : 65c., 88c., $1.12. Kaufmann to Co., 413 EAST ftlfOAD ST. »ul32t Opening To-Day OF Branch House OF FRENCH I CRANE. 219 EASTjBROAD ST. In order to accommodate our up town custom, we have opened a branch store at 210 east Broad street, where we will keep on hand a complete and assorted stock of BOOKS, NOVELS, GOLD PENS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, BLANK BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS. FINE STATIONER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 20 August 1888

THE CRITIC. W.CABELL TRUE MAN, EMTOIi AND OWNER OFFICE : NO. 1217 EAST MAIN STREET. (First floor—under the roof.) Entered at the Post-Office at Richmond, Virginia, as seconu-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION. Terms : By mail, one dollar a year, in advance . single copies hy mail, three cents each. Correspondence, society items, descriptions of ocial events and interesting news of all kind solicited. The Critic has a widely-extended circulation among those interested in the history, genealogy and illustrative memorials of the past. Its advertising columns offer the best medium in the South for the sale of articles of virtu, relics, Ac. Our list of readers on the continent is daily increasing. We will be glad to furnish information as to the value of relics, old books, autographs, Ac. THE CRITIC. P. O. Box. 209. Richmond, Virginia. FROM WHOM THE CRITIC CAN BE BOUGHT Ford's Hotel. Exchange Hotel. ■R. O. Deupree, 18 Ninth street. JI. M. Myer, 100 east Broad street. R. T. Hill & Co....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 20 August 1888

THE ARMS OF THIE BLAMD FAMILY OF VIRGINIA- TlllßPElMliSfllS WITH KOTKES OF t OSSE< TFO FA 9111/IFS—COKRIS. FIT* If If. KEKRAII,, AIJEKTOy, TIB BEKTILLE, I.IDMKM,.MIIPi'ES, FAIRFAX. TAVLOE. WANHISGTOS, MASON. MAniSOS.CRITTES DEN. CARROI.Ii, CFSTIS, AM) BREST. [Written for The Critic—(Jenealogical Letter X. Lee Family—No. 4.1 Issue of Philip Ludwell and Elizabeth (Bteptoe) Lee: 1, Matilda married General Henry Lee ; 2, Flora married Ludwtll Lee ; 3, Philip died unmarried. Issue of Thomas Ludwell and (Aylett) Lee: 1, Thomas Ludwell, of Coton, Loundon county, married Fanny, daughter of Robert W. Carter, of Sibine Hall, and died May, 1807 ; 2, Aylett never married; 3, George married E ;e!yn Bry d, daughter of Robert Beverley, of Blaridfleld, and bad Maria, married McCabe, and George, who married Silly Henderson, and had issue; 4, Anne Fenton married, 1782, Daniel Carroll Bw»nt, of RrcHi&fl, Stafford county; 5, Lucinda married John Dalrymple Grr, of Prince William c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 20 August 1888

11EYESAM GUI. AW EKTIOUB WOMAN WRITES ABOUT FASHIONS FOR KEN. Costly Trifles That Find a Ready Sale Among the Fashionable Men of New York. New York, Aug. 13. HAD just finished reading an article on woman's dress and fashions, undoubtedly written by a man; still it was interesting, except, as usual, the figures were rather high and the whole was written in a satirical tone, that seemed to say: "See how much it costs a woman to dress, and how much of the money goes not for necessities but tri- 4 —s fles." Now as I was interested in that arti- cle, perhaps somo clear, delightful dude may be equally interested in masculine fashions and prices, so I journey forth in the hope of doing him a real service. Not far from luudison Square I stopped to look in at a shop window that was positively fascinating. It was a study in color, underclothes in pale pink and blue silk, and suck neckties and colored silk mufflers! They were real works of art and I gazed delightedly at the beauty of these fab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 27 August 1888

ptaNERA L [ i AND SOCIETY NEWS. , VOL. 1. NO. 54. Till 111 HIM vkask Li:si.n; compare* hck WITH AMERICAN WOME N. Frcncli Ladioi More Practical, (ioo;I Wiveo, Hi'l|tiiiMtN, ami It Sit Motiic:*. : jaß ■te§p JjONDON, Aug. SSi. * N otieof the newspaper letters which I published iust spring, I spoke of the "Danp-r to Rosebuds'-' in our own dear land, anu dwelt more especially on the coci.il gulf often lying between parent.s and children. A recent writer has compared some poopie's minds to a moneybox, into which it, is only possible tc insert ideas, like cents, cautiously, and onn at a tittie, while, once inserted, they defy tho finest, ingenuity and th.' most perfect dexterity to extract them. Such people ju these, and they form an exceedingly numerous class, as well vifh us in America as elsewhere—have it fixed ilrin!y their minds that French sentiment is a hollow aad contemptible thing, and that its morels - cious charms arc invariably devoted to the adornment of persons and incidents ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 27 August 1888

THE CRITIC. W.CABELL TRUEMAN, EDITOR AND OWNER OFFICE: NO. 1217 EAST MAIN STREET. (First floor—under the roof.) Entered at the Post-oftiee at Richmond, Virginia, as second-class m:::!er. SUBSCRIPTION. Terms : By mail, one dollar a year, in ad van ca single copies by mail, three cents each. Correspondence, society items, descriptions of social events and interesting news of all kind solicited. Tm: Critic has a wide.y-extended circulation among those interested in the history, genealogy and illustrative memorials of the past. Its advertising columns offer the best medium in the South for the sale of articles of virtu, relics, &c. Our list of readers on the continent is daily increasing We will be glad to furnish information as to the value of relies, old book-, autographs, iC. THE CRITIC, P. O. Box. 2CD. Richmond , Virginia. TROM WHOM I'HE CRITIC CAN BE BOUGHT Ford's Hotel. Exchange Hotel. R. O. Deupree, 18 Ninth street. M. M. Slyer, 100 east Broad street. R. T. Hill &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 27 August 1888

ULY 24, 1680 JmHffKing's Death. [Chambers's Journal. | Down to the shore slow marched the mourufnl throng, . r ■ : Bearing within their midst the dying King? And sadly rose and fell the plaintive song, As 'mid the rocks the cortege moied along—'. - A song as of a peojjle j»J Down through the' gorge, where,'huge on either hand, Tlie storm cliffs raise theltfbare heads to the sky; Wliere notliing breaks the sileficc of the land, Save Utful sound, liearcl from the neighboring strand, XX Ocean's moan, or lonely feea-Mrd's cry. So to the water's edge they slowly passed, And there laid down their load with tender care, Fearful lest each faint breath should be the last— For life's enfeebled tide was ebbing fast— And it should be too late to grant his prayer. For he, their King, whose deeds dim legends tell, Had made with trembling lips this last request: That, rocked to his last sleep on Ocean's swell, Lone'nUd the wav f es whose voice he loved so well, j] lit rnifht aftl to tlie fabled We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 27 August 1888

[Continued from First Paqe.] I. Martha Tabb, 8 married William T. Robins, colonel of cavalry C. S. A. ol Gloucester county; died leaving issue one child, Marion Sa»m. 10 11. Anne Seddon, 8 married Colonel Isaac H. Carrington, attorney-at-law, Richmond. 111. Thomas Armistead. 8 IV. William Patterson." V. Marion Seddon. 9 VI. Sally Bruce, 8 married William Mann, of Fauquier county. Issue of Major John 8 and Mary Alexander (Little) Seddon : I. Thomas Alexander,' married , daughter of William D. Cabell, of "Norwood," Nelson county, Va. 11. Arabella Little, 8 married Frederick Fleet, professor in University of Missoari. 111. John Peyton, 8 died unmarried. IV. James Alexander, 8 clerk in office of First Auditor of State of Virginia. V. Mary, B died in infancy. VI. Susan. 8 VII. William Little 8 Issue of Sarah Casson 8 (Seddon)and Charles Bruce: I. James Roy, B died in infancy. 11. Thomas Seddon, 8 married Mary, daughter of General Joseph R. Anderson. 111. Albert. 8 IV. Charles Morell. 9 V...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 27 August 1888

niMnniM WITH NOTICES OF COSKECTED FANILIFS-CORRI*. FITZHI'ftH. KKKDIIiL, AI.LERTOV, TIR BEUVILLK. I.riIWKLL.NHIPI'EV, FAIRFAX. TAYLOE. WAsnecTosi, MASON, MAMSIIN.CRITTBBrUEV. CARROI.L, CISTIS, AX«» BREST. | Written for The Critic—Genealogical Letter XT. Lee Family—No. 5 1 Issue of Charles Carter and Lucy (Taylor) Lee : 1, George ; 2, Henry ; 3, Rose; 4, William; 5, Mildred; y, Kate; 7, John. Issue of Sidney S. and Anne (Mason) Lee: 1, Fitzhugh born November 19, 1835; graduated at West Point, 1856 ; major general of Confederate States cavalry, and severely wounded at Win- Chester S°ptember 19, 1874; governor of ( Virginia, 1S?5; marri.d Miss Fowle, of Alexandria; 2. Smith; 3, John; 4, Henry, captain of cavalry. Confederate States army; married ; 5. Daniel Murray, lieutenant Confederate States navy; died 1838; married Ficklin: 6, Robert Carter. Issue of Gtn°ral Robert R. and Mary (Custis) Lee : 1, G?nrge Wnshington Custis born September .10, 18§2 ; graduated at West Point, 1854; first...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 27 August 1888

Mr DA VQHTKWB FAX. There ore various methods ot " raising the ■wind," Well known to the man tn the street, Who can mortgage his mansion or water linstock, His creditor's paper to meet. But ot all the stiff breesos that scatter the cash, No matter where 1 draw the line, The worst is the one that comes rustling here From the fan of that daughter of mine. Prom the beach where she floats on the froth and the foam, Or daintily flirts on the shore, She l writes as she flutters that twelve-dollar fan, "Out of money; please send me some more." And I send it—why not—she's my Joy and n;y pride, And sho might meet a duke in the brine; But I wish 1 could moderate, somehow, the breeze From the fan of that daughter of mine. —{The Cartoon. BY THE SEA. \ * •' ' '} Vp ■ He Struck it Rich. Stone—Hello, XJpson, old man, you're looking fine; you must have struck luck since I la*t saw you. Downes—Yes, old boy; I've struck the boss take ; no more poverty for me, no more small salaries; I've written a boo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 3 September 1888

leneral " AND SOCIETY NEWS. VOL.I. NO. 52. ii is anas. NEW TOIIU SOT TO RE S'ITIED IS HOT UF.ATHEU. Hosts of Attractions iti the MeiropoSis Eor Ever.\_Tiiste—Hcrr Seiel's Orchestra. ; [Special correspondence of The Critic.] New York, August 30. I iW HE musical attractions I of Coney Island take 1 many people there of course, and the music of the great bands that play twice daily are appreciated by thousand?. Still, as I paced about on the sands at Brighton the other day it occurred to me that the cause for the small audiences that greet Herr Seidl a:id Ills superb orchestr.i is hard to understand, f Seidl is one of tli'3 world's greatest conductors, his beach programs are light and of the popular order, and his musicians are as artistically perfect as money and time can make them. The bass drummer or second bassoon are paid larger salaries than the governor of any stat£ excepting one or two, nn evidence of artistic ability to the multitude at least, and some of his artists command f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 3 September 1888

THE CRITIC. W. CABELL TRUEMAN, EDITOR AND OWNER OFFICE : NO. 1217 EAST MAIN* STREET, (First floor—under the roof.) ' Entered at the Rost-oftice at Richmond, Virginia, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION. Terms : By n a'l, one dollar a year, in advance single copies hy mail, three cents each. Correspondence, society items, descriptions of social events and interesting news of all kind solicited. Ten Ckitic has a widely -extended circulation »mong those interested in the history, genealogy *nd illustrative memorials of the rast. Its advertising columns offer the best medium in the South for the sate of articles of virtu, relics, i-c. Our list of readers on the continent is daily increasing. We will be g'.ad to furnish information as to the value of relics, old books, autographs. Ac. Richmond. Virginia. T. O. Box. 2GO. RROM WHOM I'dE CRITIC CAN BE BOUGHT Exchange Hotel. R. O. Denpree, IS Ninth street. 81. M. Mver, 100 east Broad street. R. T. Hill A Co. 222 east Broad street. W. D. Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 3 September 1888

IIM FAMILY. .jiHAlfcv BEVERLEY, PEYTOX, BOLnUSH, CHURCHILL, STITII, SKIPWITH, LIOHTFOOT, TVRKER, HARRISON, GRYJIES, Bt'RnELL, PACE, KEITH, JEFFFRSOaf, CART. [Written for The Critic--Genealogical Letter XII. Randolph Family—No. 1 1 Thomas Jefferson said that the ancestry of the Randolphs could be traced far back in England and Scotland. Whatever knowledge he may have had of this descent, however, has not corns down to the present day. But there seems no reason to doubt the statement that William Randolph, the immigrant, was a nephew of Thomas Randolph, the poet. This first appeared ii print in 1737 in the Virginia Gazette, in a lengthy obituary of Sir «Tohn Randolph, written while sons of the first William were still living, and the pedigree preserved by the Virginia family agrees with the accounts given by the poet's biographers. Robert Randolph married Rosa Roberts and had William, of Harris, near Lewes, Sa3sex; marriei E'izabeth, daughter of Thomas Smith, of Newnham, Northamptonsh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 3 September 1888

Continues Until September 15th, on Account of Rebuilding. At and Below Cost. [ AMERICAN PHILATELISTS. fecko«a off Their Annual Convention Held In Boston. . Boston, Aug. 21.—The third annual contention ol the American Philatelic association has left with us some scraps ol information about the curiosities of the stamp collectors' albums that are not generally known. I have learned some things about curious stamps that I will try to make plain. « V There is probably no BHOee, india. recreation that men indulge in where so much monev can bo in- JU.VQJ, 5 0 vested with bo little show for it «•" stamp collecting. A little piece of paper, perhaps not larger than a thumb nail, wretchedly printed in tho beginning and further defaced by a postmark, more or less muddy, so that all its original new haven stamp. face value is utterly lost, may still be worth hundreds of dollars, when it finds a place in the stamp collector's album. There it flnda its place and takes its va'uc, not from the beau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 10 September 1888

GENERAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. VOL. 2. NO. 1. JAY MI'S SmB.NI.NB. IS HE TO DIVIDE IIIS FfiRTI'SE AMOXG HIS CHILDREN? How Financial Gossifis Think it Will Be Disposed of—Mr. (cOiilil Heading "The Quick or the Dead."' [Special correspondence of The Critic.] • New Vokk, September S, 18>8. N Wall street one may always hear startling stoi ies, anil about Jay Gould the fecund agitators of brokerdom spin something new every day. Cut onj story has been etoins the rounds for months and every recent development has given color to it. This rumor is to the eff ct that the wizard is to retire from business and divide his millions among his clii'dren. Chatting with one of the great financier's closest friends the other dnv, and I asked him &3 to the truth of the statement. "I have no doubt of the truth of the report that ha is to divide his property," he said. "It is a fact, that cannot bo questioned that Mr. Gould has made up his mind that his days of usefulness in business are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Critic — 10 September 1888

THE CRITIC. "W. CABELL TRUEMAN, EDITOR AND OWNER OFFICE . NO. 1217 EAST MAIN STREET. (First floor —under the roof.) Entered at the Post-office at Richmond, Virginia, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION. Terms : By mail, one dollar a year, in advance single copies by mail, three cents each. Correspondence, society items, descriptions of social events and interesting news of all kind solicited. The Cbitic has a wide'.y-extended circulation among those interested in the history, genealogy and illustrative memorials of the past. Its advertising columns offer the best medium in the South for the sale of articles of virtu, relics, &c. Our list of readers on the continent is daily increasing. We will be glad to furnish information as to the value of relics, old books, autographs, &c. THE CRITIC, P. 0. Box. 269. Richmond, Virginia. FROM WHOM THE CRITIC CAN BE BOUGHT Exchange Hotel. R. 0. Deupree, 18 Ninth street. IS. M. Myer, 100 east Broad street. R. T. Hill &a...

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