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Items of the Ring [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 29 October 1853

Items of the Ring From Bell s Life . HAYES AND JONES . —The third deposit , of £ 25 a side , for this exciting event , was made at Dan Dismore s , King s Arms , Smart s Buildings , Holborn , on the 20 th inst . The next , of £ 25 a side , is to be posted at Mr . Ledger s , Star , Belgrave Mews , on Tuesday next . HAZLCTINE AND BROWN . —A further increase of £ 2 10 s a side was made in the stake between these youths on Wednesday last , at Mr . Wibrow s , Catherine Wheel-Alley , Bishopsgate , and tliey meet to stake an additional £ 2 10 s a side on Wednesday next , at Mr . Myers s , Old King John , Holywcll-lane . KEEFE AND TYLER . —The third deposit of £ 2 10 s a side for this match was made at Mr . Miller s , Green Man , New-castle-street , Whitechapel , on Thursday last . The next of a like amount is to be put down at Mr . Wallace s , Blue Anchor , Bunhill-row , on Thursday next . SAVERS AND LANOHAM . —The next deposit of JCIO a side , for this fight , is to be put down on Tuesday ...

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^ pxtim | fcta & [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 29 October 1853

^ pxtim | fcta & Sea View , Spring Vale , Vettlestone , and St . Helen s BegattaMONDAY , SEPT . 26 . —The romantic and picturesque land and sea views of the Isle of Wight have so often been attempted to be described in the various guide-books of the island , that it would seem almost impossible for the visitorto add anything more to the general stock . To nincty-nini persons out of a hundred who visit this isle the name of Sea View is unknown to them other than what is everywhere to be seen at the foot of a lodging bill . The village bearing the modern name , forms rather an important place in the island geography , inasmuch as it is the chief abode of the well known east end pilots , the yacht sailors of the Wight . It was originally called * Old Fort , but of late years knpwn as Sea View , since it has been selected by many illustrious names as a summer and winter retreat , and the result is , that the locality has afforded to the proprietors a handsome investment , an...

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Athletic Games of the Eoyal Artil lery at Sheerness . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 29 October 1853

Athletic Games of the Eoyal Artil lery at Sheerness . These manly sports came off on Friday , the 16 th inst , in the Well Marsh , at Sheerness , and the following were the results : The First Race . —800 yards , over four hurdles , open to the garrison : Gunner G . Kirford [ 6 th Battalion ] 1 st , and Gunner J . Vesey [ 7 th Battalion ] 2 d . 24 started . Owing to the torrents of rain in the morning the ground was very heavy arid slippery , and a great number of the competitors very soon tailed off ; Gunner Veasey 1 st almost all the way round , but Gunner Kirford putting-on the steam at the right moment , won on the post , after a severe struggle . Second Race . —Young Soldiers Race , for men under two years service , 400 yards , over four hurdles : Gunner J . Martin , [ 7 th Battalion , ] Gunner A . MBarnet [ 9 th Battalion ] , dead heat . 14 started . This was a capital race . The first three hurdles were cleared by the whole in a cluster ; Lieut . T . Carey , Bombardier Bennet...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 29 October 1853

% \ t Sefo fork dlijpr A WEEKLY SPOBUHCr PAPER DEVOTED TO THE RING , THE TURF , YACHTING , PEDESTRIANISM , CRICKET ROWING MATCHEI THEATRICALS , MUSIC , And tke rations sports of tha OLD WORLD AND THE NEW . THE CLIPPER is published every Thursda morning , and is for sale by tbe nsws dealers i New York , Brooklyn , WiUiamsburgh , Jerse City , dec .,- at the low price of 3 cents per copi Reports of Races , Prize Fights , and sportirl items of all kinds will be gladly received froi correspondents , and inserted gratuitously in th columns of the CLIPPER . Advertisements inserted on reasonable terms viz ., 6 cents per line for the first insertion , and cents per line for each subsequent insertion The CLIPPER will afford a desirable medium lu the circulation of sporting and other advertise ments , as its immense patronage secures its pe rusal by 50 , 000 readers . Full reportsof every-sporting affair ofinterest in this or the old country , will be always founi in the CLIPPER , and extensiv...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 29 October 1853

MEX 1 CAM Mustang Liniment This article has been thoroughly introduced and is now universally used , throughout the en tire Union , British Provinces , Canada , Bermu das , and West India Islands , and its power anc influence is fast becoming felt , wherever civilisa tion has obtained a foothold . Its mild and soothing influence upon diseased parts—effectually CURING in all cases—virtues so diaiuetrioalty opposed to all other medicines of the kind used—has obtained for it its world-wide reputation . RHEUMATISM . of years standing has been totally eradicated from the system , giving the limbs . all their pristine vigor and activity . Its power to conquei this dreadful affliction alone makes it invaluable ; but there are many other diseases considered equally incurable , and almost as distressing , tbat are entirely dispelled under the magical influence of the MUSTANG LINIMENT . An experience of five years enables us to assert with confidence that it will cure PILES , ULCERS , TUMORS ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 29 October 1853

Td T « JP PUBLIC . Radway dc Co ., the Inventors , ManufaM „ and Proprietors of the justl y celebrated R » Remedies , were first to discover a Rcmeilr sessmgtne Marvelous and Miraculous Po « stopping thd-most Excruciating PaiM • „ , r . stant , « llaying the worst Cramps and Spasm . ther internal or external in a few minute soothing the most severe Paroxysms of Ru * tism , Ncuralijia , and Tic Doloreux »« «„! applied . The R . R . R . Remedies ^ oS three Remedies , each possessing quick and derful powers over certain complain ., a „ , i *? cases , and will instantly— * RELIEVE The Human Sysiem fmm n REGULATE Each Organ to a HS ^ tion . * RESOLVE Away all Diseased DCM , ; , RENOVATE The Body from ife , Humors . I REBUILD The Weak and Broken IW Constitutions . RESTORE To Health , Strength a „ j v gor all unsound atllj out parts . * R . R . R . No . l . RADWAYS READY RELIEF , For all Acute Complaints , INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL . The moment it is applied externally or m . into the system ,...

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TOM SPRING , THE BOTCHER , CHAMPION OF ENGLAND IN 1824 [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

TOM SPRING , THE BOTCHER , CHAMPION OF ENGLAND IN 1824 LIFE AND BATTLES From a work published in London in 1829 , now first republished in this country in the N EW YORK CLIPPER . ] Pugilism Extraordinary . —In consequence of some trifling dispute , which occurred on Monday finning , December 20 , 1819 , between Ben Burns and Spring , over the gaily circling glass , about who were the best men of the day , and Burns fancying himself as good as any of them , £ 10 a side was deposited , for the above heroes to meet the next morning , on Wimbledon Common , at 1 oclock . Spring and Burns were true to their word , when Eales and an amateur seconded the former ; and Richmond and Scroggins the latter . Eleven rounds were fought , when the contest was decided in favour of Spring , in 18 minutes . It was 5 to 1 , at the commencement of the fight , on Spring ; but both men were much out of con dition . It is , however , only justice to state , that . Burns fought in a very manly style , althou...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

for conveyance there and back being 30 s and £ 1 for fore and aft passages . It will be impossible to join the expedition at any place except London , as the convoy will not be hove to on any consideration . Information as to the precise spot can be obtained at Ben Caunt s aforesaid , Alec Keene s , Jemmy Welshs , the George , East Harding-stre »\ t , Farringdon Market . An experienced caterer has been appointed for the Corinthian voyageurs , and every comfort will be insured to them . As usual , the ring will be kept by . a body of 14 members of the Pugilistic Benevolent Association , consisting of the following men ; Inspector Adams , Con Parker , Tom Paddock , Tom Maley , Hazletine , Harry Orme , Billy Duncan , Charley Mallett , Dan Collins , George Crockett , Hannan , Mike Madden , Young Sambo , and the Spider . These men have been selected by lot out of a list of about 30 candidates , and we trust that they will remember that their duty is to show favor to no man , to keep a cl...

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Patterson and Martin . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

Patterson and Martin . The long-pending and much spoken-of race between James Patterson ( the Flying Taylor ) and a man to be named by Harry Reed [ the noted ¦ pedestrian ] . came off on Monday last , at Boveney , near Surley Hall , within a couple of miles from Windsor . The distance * to run is 200 yards , and to jump 10 hurdles each , 20 yards apart , for a stake of £ 20 a side . Reed , when called upon to name his man , pronounoed it to be George Martin , a young man who ranks high as a pedestrian , and is morover a capital jumper . The men and their respective friends having met , as agreed upon , at the White Swan Inn , Windsor , proceeded to the , scene of action , on arriving at which , and present ing to the spectators , Martin for what reason we cannot say—was decidedly the favorite , his partisans backing him at so high a figure as 5 to 2 . On the signal being given , both men bounded away at a rattling pace , Patterson with a trifling lead . The first 150 yards and six h...

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The English Ring . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

The English Ring . ALLCHURCH AND MORRIS . —These men fought , at catch weight , for £ 10 a side , on Monday last , down the river . Morris was seconded by Jemmy Welsh and Jack Hunt , and Allchurch was attended by Young Sambo and Carroll MorrhV took the lead , and . retained it throughout . It was . a gallant , manly struggle , and Allchurch was defeated , after fighting 48 rounds in 85 minutes . The money is to be given to Morris , at Mr . Watt s , Prince George , Regentstreet , Westminster , on Tuesday evening . SAVERS AND LANGHAM . —The ei g hth deposit , of £ 10 a side , for this match , was posted at Ben Caunt s , Coach and Horses , St . Martin s Lane , on Tuesday last . The final deposit of £ 20 a side , is to be made at the same house , on Tuesday next . As the day approaches , the excitement among the Fancy continues to increase , and there is a good deal of betting . Sayers appears to have the call . although no odds can be obtained , ft has been suggested to us that as Warw...

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w — - ¦¦ — ¦ . - . FIGHT FOB TUESDAY NEXT . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

w — - ¦¦ — ¦ . - . FIGHT FOB TUESDAY NEXT . JNAT LANGHAM AND TOM SAV - ERS , FOR £ 100 A SIDE . —This exciting mill , which has been the talk of the Fancy for some months , is appointed to take place on Tuesday next , within 100 miles of London , and causes a most extraordinary degree of excitement in the pugilistic world , not only from the : fact that it is expected to be the | best contested affair we have had for some time , but also it-may be considered as the opening of the winter campaign of the P . R . ; for , although it cannot be denied that a succession of small skirmishes among the minor fry of the day are taking place weekly , still , it must be admitted , that during the racing season the * appearance of the great guns in the magic circle are few and far between , and the few months intervening between the October meetings at Newmarket and the Craven meeting at the same place are now generally selected for the differences deciding of the big-wigs of the pugilistic prof...

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% wr % Ipus -Home Department [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

% wr % IpusHome Department THE BOSTON CORNEES AFFAIB AFTER THE BATTLE . A CALM REVIEW OF THE FIOHT—FAULTS ON BOTH . SIDES .. Now that the noise and confusion , attendant on the Battle at Boston Corners have ceased , and the smoke which obscured the actual state of the fight has cleared away , it may not be out of place to devote a small space in the Clipper to a calm review of the battle and those engaged in it . We shall endeavor to point out those errors which have struck us as being too glaring to pass over , and which wc were surprised to see were not discovered and remedied in season by those whose duty it was to let no advantage escape their notice , but turn it to the account of their own side of the battle . Firstly . —In the selection ot a Referee much time was occupied ; numerous names were proposed , but as the office required a man to fill it of undoubted honor and integrity , and one having no issue at stake in the result of the fight , it was an extremely ditficultand ...

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THE TUB ? . Centreville Course , L . L—Trotting and Pacing . > [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

THE TUB ? . Centreville Course , L . L—Trotting and Pacing . > TEN MILE RACE FOR $ 10 , 000 ! Unparalleled Speed and Bottom of the Winning Horse . A ten mile race for $ 10 , 000 , between ch . g . Prince , ( trotter ) and g . g . Hero , ( pacer ) came off on Wednesday last , on he Centreville Course , and was witnes sed by from six to eight thousand spectators , in * and outside of the track . The day was fine , the atmosphere clear , cool and bracing—the track in most excellent order—and , in fact , - everything was in favor of the horses for speed . They both appeared in superb condition , and capable of going the ten miles with ease . Hero was the favorite , and one hundred to eighty « end one hundred to seventy-five were staked on him in very large sums , probably to the amount of forty or fifty thousand dollars . The horses went in harness , carrying 165 lbs ., the trotter being driven by Hiram Woodruff , and the pacer was handled by George Spicer . At the time appoi...

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' CRICKET . V [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

CRICKET . V The . scholars of the Free Academy played the first game of a match at th < St . George s Club ground , Harlem , on Saturday , with the following result : — UNION CLUB Or CLASS C . FIRST INNINGS . Davis , b . Hawes * Davis , b . and c . Hawes Bard , b . Hawes 10 Banning , not out 1 Baker , b . Hawes J 11 Porter , b . Hawes . . 3 Gassin , leg bf . wkt . b . Mead 11 Judson , b . Mead 4 Muller , b . Mead , c . Clarke 0 Leeds , b . Hawes 2 Church , run out 1 Byes ; 1 Wides 3 No Balls ..... .. 1 Total 55 SECOND INNINGS . Davis , b . Godwin ¦ _ . 4 Davis , b . Godwin 9 Bard , not out _ 15 Banning , b . Godwin ..., 3 Baker , b . Sherry , c . Godwin .. „ 4 Porter , b . Godwin 16 Gassin , leg bf . wicket b . Godwin 0 Judson , b . Godwin 0 Muller , b . Godwin , c . Hawes 0 Leeds , b . Godwin J 4 Church , b . Godwin 2 Byes 2 Wides 2 Total 61 FREE ACADEMV CLUB OP CLASS D . FIRST INNINOS . Godwin , b . Davis 13 Hallock , b . Davis 0 Hawes , b . Davis 1 Jennings , run out 2...

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I To the Sporting World . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

I To the Sporting World . i We have had many communication ! from persons in different sections of this country , some-challenging Sullivan , ant others offering to back him for anothei fight . We wish it distinctly understood that Mr . Sullivan has retired from the ring , as he has concluded to devote his attention to his business . It is useless to attempt to induce him to enter the ring again , as he has fought his last fight . Have we a Yacht Clnb among us 1 It would really toeem that our citizens had given up all interest in aquatic sports , for notwithstanding the present is the best season for trying the speed and bottom of our clippers , we have not had a race on our waters for some months , and we hear of no preparations being made for a trial between the yachts on our waters . Are the members of the New York Yacht Club afraid of a little fresh air 1 Come , gentlemen , get your clippers in working order . 1 j . . The Great Bace . In an other column will be found full partic...

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fegrf feraflns , it . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

fegrf feraflns , it . Notice . • Target companies wishing reports of prizes to appear in the Clipper , will please send them to our office as early as convenient . We publish all such notices free , as being of interest to many of our readers . Target Companies . Will oblige us b y sending in their communications at as early an hour as convenient . Please write plain aud on one side of the paper . Excursions to take placeLiberty Guard , Jr ., Nov . 14 . Tribune Guard , Nov . 19 . Carlisle Light Guard , Nov . 7 . 15 th Ward Adamantine Gds ., Nov . 7 . Sweeney Guard , Nov . 7 . Hempstead Musketeers , Nov . 14 . L . C . Grimes Guard , Nov . 14 . Edward J . Shandley Guards , Nov . SI . Lindsey Blues , Nov . 24 . Yellow Metal Musketeers , Dec . 25 . Haugwout and Dailey Guards , Nov 14 . Vamptown Rangers , Nov . 24 . Independent Blues , Nov . 7 . Conover Guard , Nov . 9 . ¦ : , Ridge Guard , Nov . 28 . Cameron Guards . Nov . 15 . ; Mike Burns Guard , Nov . 3 . Montgomery Blues , Nov . 3 ....

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MUSIC AND THE DRAMA . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

MUSIC AND THE DRAMA . Burton s Theatre . No lack of new attraction at the Chamber street house , though the old pieces are brought out in such good style as to render the introduction of new pieces entirely unnecessary . Burton , Placide , and Tom Johnston , make a team which it is hard to match . Jullien . The Monster Concert Manager has left us to try his luck in the city of notions . We hope when he comes back to New York he will charge 25 cents , instead of 50 cents , the former being the price of admission charged by him in London . The masses dont mind a quarter . . The Opera . Marztzek s Italian Opera troupe at Niblo s , has been quite successful and the performances have been well given , and we have only had one case of indisposition to chronicle . This speaks well for the company and the director . Go on Max , but watch out for Salvi as he is the most disposed to sick-spells . A little jalap now and then , is relished by the best of men . Negro Minstrelsy . There seems to ...

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NEW YORK CUPPER . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

NEW YORK CUPPER . NOVEMBER 5 , 1853 . HARBISON TRENT , Proprietor . FRANK QUEEST , Editor . OUB WHOLESALE AGENTS Ross k JONGS , 21 Ann Street . S . HALLOCK , 150 Fulton Street . MIKE M ADDEN , 47 Ann Street . YATES & SEELV , 15 Ann Street , Notice . t &~ Persons wishing to subscribe to tho Clipper , will please send direct to our office , No . 150 Fulton street . Uy OOR PHILADELPHIA AGENT , Mr . A : Winch , 116 Chesnut street , will supply newspaper dealers in Philadelphia with the Clipper at our regular wholesale rates . Answers to Correspondents . J . W . — You would much oblige a number of your readers by publishing an account of the fight between Hyer and Sullivan . We will think over the mutter , and if we conclude to publish the fight referred to , will announce it in our columns . ( Jarre . — I bet Yankee would whip Morrissey . Do Hose ? Yankee says , through the Clipper , * that persons who bet on him must not give up their money . You lose . As the m...

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Incendiaries in Philadelphia . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

Incendiaries in Philadelphia . A few weeks ago the upper part of a building in Philadelphia , owned by the Hope Hose Company , was destroyed by fire , and on Monday last , in the same city , the house belonging to the Washington Engine Company was also destroyed . In both instances , the fire appears to have been the work of incendiaries . It is a most fortunate circumstance , however , that both the hose carriage and engine were not in the houses at the time of the fire , the former being Dn exhibition at the Crystal Palace , and the latter being at the manufactory of Mr . Agnew , engine builder , undergoing repairs . We think if the authorities would exert themselves a little more , these incendiaries could be detected , for doubtless the ruffianly act is not performed by a single individual , but by a gang , and the detection of one of the gang would doubtless lead to the breaking up of an organized band of midnight incendiaries and murderers . We hope the new Marshall , Col . Mu...

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The Ball Season . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 5 November 1853

The Ball Season . We call attention to an advertisement in another column , which is important to our military friends , firemen , societies , and all others getting up Balls , suppers , & c . Mr Frere , who is well known in this community as an artist of high repute , is capable of getting up the most magnificent and gorgeous circulars and tickets for Balls , we have ever seen . Fancy Papers of all kinds are kept constantly on hand , and Committees can save themselves much trouble by calling at the establishment of Mr-. Frere . and viewing his splendid assortment of goods . Many of the patterns of circulars , tickets , Sic , have just been imported from England , France , and Germany , and the most beautiful patterns of American manufactures , are also kept constantly on hand . Committees need be under no trouble in the wording of their circulars , invitations , & c , as Mr . Frere attends to that matter gratuitously . His establishment is at No . 81 Nassau ...

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