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Stealing a Past Pony [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

Stealing a Past Pony At Clerkenwell , a man , between fifty and sixty years of age , who called himself Nevill Digby , wu charged with having stolen a mare pony , the propery . of Mr . John Tibbs , of Stamford Hill The prosecutor stated that lut month he pony wu stolen from a field in the Seven Sisters-rood , and he heard nothing of it until the night before , when a lad , named Ward , informed him that a man wu in his father s house bragging of having in his possession a fast-trotting . pony he wu willing to sell , and which , in the opinion of the youth , belonged to witness . While proceeding thither , young Ward pointed out the prisoner , who was in conversation with a constable in the Kingsland-road . Witness walked up to the officer and entered into-conversation with him . Hearing the accused remark that he was on the look out for some cattle he had purchased , witness threw out a bait by observing he wu sadly in want of a good working pony . Vhe prisoner WM at once taken off ...

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The Turf [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

The Turf 1 HOTTING OVER TRE UNION COURSE , L . I . —Friday , Dec . 9 . —Match for $ 200 , mile heats , best three in five , in harness . E Simmons names b . g , C . Collins . * . ¦ - - . . I A Turner names b . g . Schmidt .. - ? - - - dist Time—8 . 53 . CENTREVILLE COURSE . L . I . —RUKNINO . —Thursday , Deo . 8 . —Match for 81 , 000 , six hundred yards out . A Johnson names £ . g . Snowball - - - -I L . Neil names hr . m . Dolly - 2 The above nags are . from Ohio?—no time taken . UNION COURSE , L . I . —TBOTTINO . — Tuesday , Dec . 6 . —Match for 8500 , two miles heats . S Hoagland names g . g . Teeumseh . to 395 lb wagons - -11 A Conklin names blk . g . Bllck Jackf to skeleton wagon - . 2 2 • Time—5 . 33 ; 5 . 46 . This was an exciting and well contested trot ; betting was even . There WM a large attendance for the seuon of the year . Teeumseh won the race—winning the last heat * by a lengtn . TBOTTINO IN ST . LOUIS , MO . —Saturday , Nov . 26 . —Match for $ 300 , mile heats , bes...

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Looking ont ibr the ' Ladies . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

Looking ont ibr the Ladies . At the Mansion Honse , the new Lord Mayor took the chair on . Thursday , David Dalton wu charged with stealing a gold watch on the Lord . Mayors day . The prisoner was defended by Mr . H . Wood . Mr . W . H . Clarke , a gentleman of independent property , residing at 26 Great Marlborough street , said , I came into the city in company of my wife , by steamboat from Hungerford Market to Blackfriars Bridge , and proceeded along Thames street until I arrived at the corner of Eastcheap , where I stopped to see the procession pass . The prisoner there thrust himself forward three or four times , upon which I said to him , Keep back , and allow this lady to see the procession . He gave me . some trouble to push him away . At this time a mounted police officer said , Take that lady fym here , she will be dreadfully crushed in an instant . I then went a little northward , and found myself very much obstructed , the prisoner again in front of me . I then said to ...

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Pair Play . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

Pair Play . A nobleman , resident at . a castle in Italy , WM about to celebrate his marriage feast All the elaffaents were propitious except the ocean , which had been so boisterous u to deny the very necessary appendage of fish . On the very morning of the feast , however , a poor fisherman made his appearance with a turbot , so large , that it seemed to have been created for the occasion . Joy pervaded the castle , and the fisherman WM ushered with his prize into the saloon , where the nobleman , ih the presence of his visitors , requested him to put what price he thought proper on the fish and it should be instantly paid him . One hundred lashes , said the fisherman , on my bare back , is the price of my fish , and I will not bate one strand of whip-cord on the bargain . The nobleman and his guests were not a little astonished , but our chapman was resolute , and remonstrance was in vain . At length the nobleman exclaimed , Well , well , the fellow is a humorist , and the fish w...

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, - Chess , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

The Xew York CUpper A WEEKLY SPOBTOTO PAPER , DEVOTED TO THE RING , THE TURF , YACHTING , PEDESTRIANIS * -., CRICKET ROWING MATCHES , THEATRICALS , MUSIC , And tbe various sports of tba OLD WORLD AND THE NEW . THE CLIPPER is published every Thursday morning , and is for sale by the news dealers in New York , Brooklyn , WiUiamsburgh , Jersey City , dsc , at the low price of 3 cents per copy . Reports of Races , Prize Fights , and sporting it Ais of all kinds will be gladly received from correspondents , and inserted gratuitously in the columns oftbe CLIPPER . Advertisements inserted on reasonable terms , viz ., 6 cente pMine ibr the firat insertion , and 4 cents per line for each subsequent insertion . The CLIPPER will afford a desirable medium for the circulation ol sporting and other advertisements , as its immense patronage secures its perusal by 50 , 000 readers . < < < o * f ull reports of eveiy sporting affair of interest , in this or the old co...

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A PISH STOEX * [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

A PISH STOEX * Quito a little incident happened onoe upon a troutibrook _ in which , a few years ago , we were wont to wet a line now and then . J The speckled prey were , rather . shy , and it required considerable art to snatch them from their element . Noth ing short of era wli ng for aefes together -would do before reaching -within food throwing distance . It was in an open meadow . ; no friendly bush stood by the brook side to offer one the chances of ah ambuscade ; and sometimes we feared greatly that we should • trip all our buttons down before in our exertion to snake our way to the stream . A friend , who related the incident to us , was about undertaking this reptile mode of locomotion , one day , when suddenly he noticed a fisherman on the brook , violently engaged iu swinging his line , to which something hung that delighted him very-mnoh . Now and then he would allow : the object to be poised in the air , while he could take a cool look at it . It was after ah examinati...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

DAGUERREOTYPE HATS . RAFFERTY & LEASK are selling their beautiful Drab , Beaver , and Pearl Felt Hats at their usual low prices of # 3 and 9 4 ; and in addition giving each Customer his likeness in his hat , free of chaise . They an the only Hatters is tht V . 3 . thst can do this . HAFFEHTY & LEASK , No . 67 Chatham , opposite Chambers , and on the corner of Chatham and-Pearl Streets .

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' . ZLW ^ i Mustang pniment ¦ This article has lwen thoroughly " introduced and is now universally used , throughout the en -tire Union , British Provinces , Canada , Bermu -das , and West India Islands , and ita power and influence'is fast becoming felt , wherever civilisa tion has obtained a foothold . Its mild and sooth ing influence upon diseased . part *** — -effectually OORIMO in all case *—virtues so-di-Mtrioally opposed to all other medicines ofthe kind used— -has obtained for it its world-wide reputation . RHEUMATISM . of years standing has . been . totally eradicated from the system , giving the limbs sll their pris -tine vigor and activity . Its power to conquei this dreadfqtafflict-ion alone makes it invaluable j but there •_¦ many other diseases considered equally incurable , and almost a * distressing , that are entirely dispelled under the magical influence ofthe [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

. ZLW ^ i Mustang pniment ¦ This article has lwen thoroughly introduced and is now universally used , throughout the entire Union , British Provinces , Canada , Bermudas , and West India Islands , and ita power and influenceis fast becoming felt , wherever civilisa tion has obtained a foothold . Its mild and sooth ing influence upon diseased . part *** — -effectually OORIMO in all case *—virtues so-di-Mtrioally opposed to all other medicines ofthe kind used—has obtained for it its world-wide reputation . RHEUMATISM . of years standing has . been . totally eradicated from the system , giving the limbs sll their pristine vigor and activity . Its power to conquei this dreadfqtafflict-ion alone makes it invaluable j but there •_¦ many other diseases considered equally incurable , and almost a * distressing , that are entirely dispelled under the magical influence ofthe MUSTANG LINIMENT . An experience of five years enables Us to as e rt with confident ]* that it will cure ^ PILES ,, ULC...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

^ . y ^ To . THF PUBLIC . i RadwaydE Co ., the Inventors , _ .. „<¦ and Prop ^ eton of the justly celeb ^^ d U R 0 , 2 ™ , Remedies , were first to discover a R . mtj Rsessingthe Marvelous and Miraculou , pS *; stopping the most Excruciating Pain . i „ .. • suntaa-dlayiiu * the worst Cramp , andVBUS . m ther internal or external in . few ShgJJ ** . soothing the meat severe Paroxysms of Rp tod tism , Seuralgia , and Tic Doloreux L hm * « ppli . d . -T 8 e R . R R . R «*^& M e £ & - Uiree Remedies , each possessing nui _ k _ Jd ! L ° derful powers over certain compfaim , ™ . ^ n eases , and will instantly— v * * ¦ *» RELIEVE The Human System f ™ . D • KEGULATE Each Organ t ^ i He ^ h ^ RESOLVE Away all Diseased rw .-. RENOVATE 1 ^ 1 - ^ REBUILD Th . ^ ^^ ^ RESTORE To Heslth , s ^ enjth M < 1 Vl . fu r , Itr ounT « - » R . R . R . No . i RADWAYS READY MLIEF , For all Acute Complaints • INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL . The moment it is appUed- extern...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

I To Sport-men , Californians aad ethers Alfred Woodham , NO . 180 FULTON STREET . en * door Wett of Broadway , Opposite « 8 T . PAULS Church . Importer tad Dealer in Guns , Pistols and Cutlery , is constantly receiving fiom Manufacturers a full assortment ofthe above article * , as well aa all article * ia th * Sportin . KM li * GnnWrfd _ ng * e . 4 e dottV * P * o _ t &! tola , Fishing TacUa , dee . iVSote Agent for Bern s Patent Primers and Cartridges for Patent Needle Gun . ~™* na L ^ Potu . * Paunt Revolving and Repeating _ AH ofwhich are offered at very lo * price * in * public are invited to call and see fcr themselves . . * . I

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

Boss & Jones , NO . 21 ANN STREET , GENERAL AGENTS FOR SUPPLYING the city and country with Daily and Weekly News-papers , Cheap Books and Magazines , take great pleasure in giving notice that they have now completed their airangementa with the Publishers for nlling the orders of their customers at least one day in advance of any other house in the city . All the Morning papers are sent by the early train on the morning of their publication , and by this arrangment with the numerious Rail Road and Steamboat lines , we are enabled to pack cheap publications dec , in the same bundle * * o that our patrons not onl y secure their orders in advance , but at the same time save the expense of frei ght on the extra packages of Boob and Mansines . Now all of you Country Dealera who are bothered almost to death by lateness and irregularity of your bundles , send on the oashiaad give the wo _ . ci .. < _ FIRM a trial , and you will have no oaua * in future to complain . C...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

MEDICAL DI 8 PENSABY , Established in 1832 , by Dr . George W . Bond , in Orchard street , New York , For the Cure of Venereal Disease in all its forms . It you are unfortunate , and want to be cured and left in sound health , come to me ; I am saving hundreds monthly . My fathers reputation and my wonderful success will satisfy any person there is no humbug . about this . Those that doubt , let them come and see for themselves , and if I don t do ail I say I can , I will make tbem a present of J 25 to go where th * y think they can do better . I use nothing that is injurious to the system ; but use medicines that will strengthen a peraon , and leave them in sound health in the shortest possible time . My Vegetable Strengthening Bitten is atpeedy and permanent cure for all weakness of the orjnns of generation , and for that terrible aitBietipn , nocturnal Seminal Emissions . It has not , in * single instance , failed to effect e radical cure where it has been tried . Office arranged...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 December 1853

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JACK RANDALL , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 24 December 1853

JACK RANDALL , LIFE AND B A T T L E S OF DENOMINATED 1 ME PRIM 1 E IRISH LAD , OTHERWISE THE NONPAREIL . From a work published in England in 1818 , now first republished in this country j in the columns of the NEW YORK CLIPPER . The Fancy were - all upon the alert soon after breakfast-time , on the Monday , to ascertain the seat of action ; and as soon as the important whisper had gone forth , that Crawley Down was likely to be the place , the toddlers were off in a twinkling . The gigs icere soon brushed up , theprads harnessed , and the boys who intended to enjoy themselves . on the road were in motion . Heavy drags and wagons were also to be witnessed creeping along full of people , and plenty of grub . Between the hours of two and three o clock in the afternoon , upwards of 100 gigs were counted passing through Croydon . The Bonnifaces chuckled again with delight , and screwing was the order of the day . Long before eight o clock in the evening , every bed belonging to the inns ...

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The late Fight between Hayes and Jones . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 24 December 1853

The late Fight between Hayes and Jones. The battle money for this affair was handed to Bill Hayes at Dan Dismore's King's Arms, Smart'sbuildings, Holborn, on Monday evening, in accordance with the decision of the referee, in the presence of a large muster of the admirers of the pugilistic art. A Corinthian supporter of the P. R. was in the chair, and the stakeholder not being present at ten o clock, Dan Dismore advanced to the head of the table, and stated that he had received a cheque for £ 400 from the stakeholder , who acted under- the advice of the referee . It was the opinion of the latter gentleman that Hayes had won-toe battle according to the rules and regulations of the P . B . A . The only duty to be performed by him was to hand the money over to Hayes , which he then did with a great deal of pleasure , and felt confident he could not give it to a braver man . He entered into a long story about the arduous and ver > y often unpleasant duty of a referee , with wh...

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The English Ring . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 24 December 1853

The English Ring. From Bell's Life. TWO DAYS BATTLE. NO DECISION. Gallant contest between Bos Tyler and Jack Keefe, for £25 a side. The mill between tlicbe East Enders , commenced ou Weauesday , aud was resumed again on the following day , but even then was not brought to an issuo , as in both instances the contest terminated in a drawn battle , the men on the second day having fought to a complete stand-still . They have , it will bo recollected , before met , when Keefe was the winner , Tyler cutting it in a manner that completely astonished his friends . In weight they were confined to 9 st 41 b , which neither exceeded . In the articles Tuesday was the day named for the passage of arms , but , as such an arrangement wag found to interfere with the contest between Hayes and ilS § i 4 ii , bn ^ at r 8 l wiRJnn « lf i -wltt ** - ligcrents and theTrTr . ^ eT wUcU on the eventful mnrnincstarted from **— — Woolwich , and at once proeeeaea to Tilbury b oit , where the second meeting be...

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Life and Battles IN THE PRIZE RING OF YANKEE SUIUVAM [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 24 December 1853

Life and Battles IN THE PRIZE RING OF YANKEE SULLIVAN Arranged and Compiled from various authorities, expressly for The New York Clipper. BY THE EDITOR "A coward a man incapable either of defending or of revenging himself, evidently wants one of the most essential parts of the character of a man. He is as much mutilated and deformed in mind as another in his body, who is either deprived of of its most es- men were anxious to "finger the deposits," each one went into exercise, and under the assistance of their respective friends, with whom they had a bout occasionally, the time was looked forward to with anxiety by the fistic community. The friends of Sullivan determined to give him a "good fitting out," and consequently were most assiduousin their attentions upon him. The day of battle arrived, and throngs of the "peasentry" wended their way- to the battle ground. All things being in readiness, the gladiators entered the arena, and the fight began. Sullivan cunningly, kept himself r...

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GREAT FIGHT . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 24 December 1853

GREAT FIGHT. BETWEEN Yankee Sullivan and Hammer Lane, FOIR £50 A SIDE February 2, 1841. With the name of Hammer Lane, who is a star of the Birmingham school, our readers are acquainted. He is a hero, distinguished for the high character which he has maintained, and has been fairly rated as a bright sample of the school from which he sprung. As the successful opponent of Owen Swift he was regarded as a man of no common talent ; and, in fact, from his outset, his milling career has been distinguished by unbroken good fortune , until deprived of his well-earned laurels by young Molyneux , tho black , in the month of June last , when , from an injury in his right hand , his chances of victory were extinguished . He had previously beaten Harry Ball , Hewson , Jack Green , Tass Parker ( twice ) , Jack Adams , and Bing stokes , the Westminster Pet . His carriage is unquestionable , and his Btyle of fighting scientific and effective , while his manners and general deportment are not only in...

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