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* ¦* - >»» . 8 pert in Brotfkly n . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

* ¦* - >»» . 8 pert in Brotfkly n . HJ See Sporting Department for a report of a prixe-fi ght in Brooklyn . - .... t »» . . tyuken . The Quakers are about with their umbrellas—so is the rain . Isn t it strange that a Quaker never loses his umbrella—thongh it is not so strange either , for he never leads il

Publication Title: New York Clipper
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Very Important . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

Very Important . ASOTHEII CoKVERT TO SPIRITUALISM . Gallus Mose gone over lo the enemy . In one of our former numbers , we gave a brief account of some rapping * concerning the New York Clipper * From the style , we thought it wns from some of our old friends , but the following letter from our old acquaintance , Mose , tells the tale at once : Bowery , May the 20 . Hello ole feller , how are yer ? I ve been on a kind of bast lately , and got into a fust rate muss , or Id writ before this . You know that time you had something in the Clipper about the sperrits , dont yer ? Well , I thought that sounded jist like my Lize s talk , and I thought , thinks I , old gal , if you re making snch a d—d fool o yourself as tliat ere , Im bound to go and see to it . Lize died , yer know , a good while ago ; but I ve got in with another gal . Well , thinks I , here goes to find out what all this here talk means about animal magnetism , and so on , so I paid 2 shillin to see things . When I trot i...

Publication Title: New York Clipper
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An Irish Letter . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

An Irish Letter . We have received the following eopy of a letter sent to Ireland by one of the passengers in an emigrant shi p lately arrived at this ! port . It seems that MFudd didn t like being ¦ s Kockd in the cradle of the deep . - New York , May tenth , 53 , Dear Mother , The ship that bront us over arrivd ont here in blissed-Ameriky , on . last Wednesday cum 2 weeks , after a long passage , and by all thats holy , a stormy one . I m , taken wid a fit of . the mazels when i think ov what i cum thrue while on the say , and may the divil burn me iv iver i crass the busom of ould Neptune agin—no , not even to see my connthry and all i hould dear in it wonst more . Before we lost site of the quay , where yon and Peggy wur standin , poor eratures , both iv ye in tears , the ship began to roul abont , just fur all the wurld as iv all the divils in Purgatory*— the saints presarve us ! ---wur playin at pitch-and-toss wid grate bi g rocks , frum one side to the other . Yure furst-born...

Publication Title: New York Clipper
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A Lucky Fellow . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

A Lucky Fellow . I say , Tom , isnt it lucky that that fellow s eyes are cocked ! Why so » Because if they were a match , his red nose would surely set them on fire .

Publication Title: New York Clipper
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A Touching ! Story . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

A Touching ! Story . FO 0 SDED _ OJJ FACT . • The night was calm and cheerful . The day was passing by , A lady , pale and tearfnl , Looked down with anxious eye . Upon the floor she gazeth , Poor carpeting was there ; Tp her husband next she raiseth Ilc-r eyes of beauty rare . Within that dwelling only With carpeting * so plain , That husband felt quite lonely , And often moaned with pain : New carpets can but free him , Sbe feels that this must be—And then I know I 11 see him , Smile once again on me . A thousand lights were glancing In another mansion fair ; And merry feet were dancing On Brussell s carpets there : O , young and joyous creatures , Tell me where is the store You purchased those richearpetings , And have they any more ? . (* £ The dancers docked aronnd her To comfort and to cheer . And glad were those who found her The Carpet Store was near . They took her there that very night , She carpets rich did buy , Such colors neer had met her sight , ; • , And prices were ...

Publication Title: New York Clipper
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. — - ^— Tbe Distressed Cockney . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

. — - ^— Tbe Distressed Cockney . Not many years since , an Englishman , by the name of Ilenry Ogden , came out from Yorkshire as agent for several manufacturing houses . His operations here were to be directed by the letters , which he was to receive from his principals , and which were to be sent by every vessel that eame out . After his arrival , he made himself acquainted with tho road to the post-office , and quietly settled himself down to await the arrival of letters . When the first vessel arrived , he went to the post-office , and inquired if there were any letters for Enry Hoyden . The clerk went . ind looked , and returned for answer—No , sir ; no letters for Enry // ogden . The next day there was another arrival from England , and Mr . Ogden went again to the post-office , and inquired if there wcre any letters f , r > r Enry Hogden . The clerk , after looking , returned the same answer as before : No sir ; no letters to-day for Enry Hogden . Vessels continued...

Publication Title: New York Clipper
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

BOWERY LITERARY EMPORIUM . — -That < -4 d established stand , the Bowaav NEWS HUT ( 177 Bowery , near Delaney ) , stiU continues to supply all the Sunday , Weekly , and Daily Papers , a > soon a * published ; also , the Magazines and Cheap Publications , when out , together with a genenl assortment of Blank Books and Stationery . Harpers will not be sold at oast , ( ia imitation of eeveral busy BV aboat town } , bat at the sufficiently low price of 18 J .. cents . live and « t live , is etxr motto .

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CAEPKEDraS .- [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

CAEPKEDraS .- r TBEiflENDOCS BABGAINS . AT THE CELEBRATED LARGEST AND CHEAPEST CARPET ESTABLISHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES , No . 99 Bowery , New York , HIRAM ANDERSON . EIOHT sr . tcious S-ti . Es ROOMS—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL . SALES ROOM No . 1 . CONTAINS THE MOST EXTENSIVE , FASHIONABLE , and handsome assortment of Hare s celebrated English and American Floor Oil Cloths , of the newest style , satin finish , marble , Italian , fresco , and scroll paintings , ever offered in this city , from 2 s . 6 d . to $ 1 the square yard of 1 to 8 yards wide . SALES ROOM No . 2 . THERE ARE 250 PIECES OF THE CHOICEST , most beautiful and desirable patterns of English and American . Ingrain Carpeting , at unparalleled low prices , from 5 s . to 6 s . 6 d . per yard . Manufactured for our city salts . SALES ROD 9 I No . 3 . CONTAINS 300 PIECES OF ENGLISH AND American Imperial Three Ply Carpeting , of magnificent Scroll and Gothic figures , imported and manufactured to order , some of which cannot bc...

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A Scolding Wife . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

A Scolding Wife . Oot a scolding wife , have you * Weil it s your own fault , ten to one . Women are all naturally amiable , and when their tempers get crossed it s the men that do it . Just look at yourself as you came home last night ! Slamming doors , and kicking every thing that laid in the way rig ht and left—because—well you could not tell for the life of you what it was for . Suppose youd been laying your face embargo all day for those who cared nothing about you , smiling and nodding , hemming and hailing , and wanted to get where you could enjoy a superlative ill-nature . No wonder your wifo was cross , getting supper with a baby in her arms ! Why didn t you take the baby , and trot it , and p lease it ? Room was all in confusion —- Why didn t you put it to rights ! You want a little rest ? So does your wife , and she gets precious little , poor woman . You are at your shop—walking briskly through the sunshine in this bracing weather—reading the paper—meeting friends and ac...

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Etcetera . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

Etcetera . * Sambo , what is the meanin of etcetera « Well , Pete , dat s a question I can t make eome out of my mind , but I think it s good to eat , aint it S No , you incomprehendin nigger , you is disemqualified to brack a boot De meanin is dis ting , dat ting and ebcry oder ting fetched into one picaninny ting ; dat s it , remember the next time I axes ye .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

ROGERS Gallery of Pictures , Opens Mouday , May 30 , At 150 Fulton Street , near Broadway , The collection comprises Freneh , English , German and American Pictures , and will well repay a visit . Admission FREE . Live and Let Live Oyster tf Dining Saloon , 214 Broadway , Opposite St . Paul s Church , New York . James A . Walnut , ) D ¦ , Wm . H . Radford , ] Pr ° l > r > e «* ° - LITERARY HALL , Ho . 52 DIVISI 0 H STBEET , ABOVE CHRISTIE . The greatest Newspaper and Periodical Depot in the world—where all the Daily , Weekly , and Suuday Papers , IHagazines , Periodicals , and Novels may be obtained as soon as published , together with Blank Books , Stationery , Grate Apron Cut Paper , & c . ROBSRT P . ELLIOT , Agent . Ap . 23-tf . READING FOB THE MILLION . Harpers Magazine , one and sixpence ; Putnam , Graham , and Godey , twenty cents . All the Daily and Weekly Papers , aad Periodicals , immediately on publication . E . COZENS , News Agent , Ap . ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

AN ACT FURTHER TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK . —PASSED APRIL 12 , 1853 . The people of the Stale of Kew York , represented in Senate aud Assembly , do enact as follows : t } 1 . The Legislative Powers of the Corporation of the City of Kew York , shall be vested in a board of Aldermen and a board of Councilman , who , together , shall form the Common Council of tbe city . The board of Aldermen shall consist of one Alderman from each ward , who shall be elected by the people of the respective wards , for two years . The Board of Councilmen shall consist of sixty members , to be elected from as many districts , who sball be sworn into office on the first Monday in January next , succeeding their election , and shall hold their offices for one year , and shall receive the same compensation as the Aldermen . $ 2 . The members of the Board of Aldermen first elected under this act shall be classified as follows : —On or before the first Tuesday in December succeeding the nex...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

E . E . E . UFE , HEALTH , STKEftOTir , PURE BLOOD , SOUND BODY * , AND CLEAR SKIN , IS INSURED TO ALL WHO TAKE RADWAYS RENOVATING RESOLVENT . ITS QUICK ACTION . Tlie moment this powerful Renovator of tho Blood and Resolver of Disease is taken into tho body , it commences its work of cleansing and purification . Bones that are rotten witli poisonous aud diseased deposits , are made sound and whole by ito action . BAD BLOOD . Blood that has become impregnated with corrupt humors and poisonous admixtures , is quicklycleansed and purified , and mado clean and healthy . DISEASED ORGANS . Organs that have been deranged and pr . i .-tr . itcd , and rendered incapable of performing tlieir natural functions , uro suddenly invigorated and strengthened , and enabled to perform their natural duties . IT REGENERATES Every organ aud member of tho body ; it makes sound , healthy and strong all weak , discard aud unsound parts . DISEASED ACTION . Wherever thero is pain or uneasiness , ur Mi-ess , ...

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A Gambling Story . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

A Gambling Story . Two friends sat over a game of brag in thia city four years ago . They played long , late and high , and at length quit , one five hundred dollars in the others debt . We have said they were friends and each knew the other was not so circumstanced as to stand so large a loss , although the excitement of playing had led them on from larger bets to larger still , until the event came about . Tom , you will have to take my note for it , said the loser , and it shall be paid in thirtv days . Oh , very well , said the winner dryly , pulling a cigar from his pocket and piercing the twisted end with his penknife . The loser snatched up a pen and wrote the note for $ 500 , payable in thirty days . All correct , said the winner coolly , and taking the note from his unfortunate adversary . Have a cigar , Ned ? Ned took the proffered cigar , and the next moment opened his eyes in astonishment at seeing Tom deliberately poking the folded note into a candle for a lig ht . Fire...

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A Sharp Youth at a Bargain . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

A Sharp Youth at a Bargain . Sally , said a green youth in a venerable white hat and gray pants , through which his legs projected half a feet , perhaps more : Sally , afore we go into this ere museum , to see the boa constrictor , I want to ask you somethin . Well , Ichabad , what is it ? Why , you see this ere business ia a gwine to cost a quarter apiece , and I can t afford to spend so much money for nuthn . Now , if you say youll have me , darnd ef I don t pay the hull ont myself . I will , pos-sitiv-vily ! Sally made a non-committal reply , fchich Ichabod interpreted to suit himself , and he strode up two steps at a time , and paid down the hull ont .

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A Volume in Few Words . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

A Volume in Few Words . The following sentences contain a vaat deal of wisdom in a small compass . Keep good company or none . Never be idle . If your hands cannot be usefully employea , attend to the cultivation of your mind . Alwaya speak the truth . Make j few promises . Live up to your engage- j ments . Keep your own secrets , if you have ; any . When you speak to a person , look him in the face . Good company and good conversation are the very sinews of virtue . Good character is above all things else . Yonr character cannot be essentially injured except by your own acts . If any one speaks evil of you , let your life be so that no one will believe him . Drink no kind of intoxicating liquors . Ever live , misfortunes excepted , within your income . When you retire to bed , think over what you have been doing during the day . Hake no haste to be rich , if you would prosper . Small and steady gains give competency with tranquillity of mind . Never p lay at any kind of game of cha...

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A Simple Answer to a Polite Question . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

A Simple Answer to a Polite Question . Can I show ypu anything more to-day , sir ? asked the civil gentleman behind the counter of his customer . , tt Yes | . wa 8 ; the reply . Will ypu be goed enough to show me the silk umbrella I left here three weeks ago 3

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

This caused considerable laughter among the voyagettrs . Some were rash enough to jump ashore , anC to theftsurprise , landed np tc . theirkneesin mud-- ; others slipped and fell on theii ; ba ** % : *•>• water ; white the more wealthy fravellers treated themselves toa mount 6 h . tbe backs of some of the more it ^^ BilliDg ^ ate porters who were present . ^ Of these even some did not escape with impunity ; the steeds were not up to the weights they had tt carry , and , after staggering a few steps , fell headlong on the slimy earth , in gome instances driving the heads and aw of the jockeys into the same substance . In one instance a youth sunk np to his thig hs in mud , and his rider , refusing to dismount in the water , was unable to extricate himself . Loud were the shouts of laughter at the strugg le of the unfortunate wig ht ; nor was the risibility of the multitude at all abated by the extraordinary expressions alternating between hope and fear on the countenance o...

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A Declaration of Principles . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

A Declaration of Principles . A North Carolina political editor , who is determined that his readers shall not go it blind , has published a declaration of the princip les that he intends to support . They are as follows : The cash for old debts , and good security for new ones . Plenty in the meal gum , and sugar in the gourd . The rig ht of every white boy and g irl in the State to an Education—also to four dollars in money and a pair of new shoes . An equal distribution of Rain ; and no death amongst the pine trees . Twelve dollars and fifty cents for Cotton , eig hty cents cash for Com—Wheat and Oats in proportion . Shad in the Pee Dee , and Bi g Blues on the Coheras . The rig ht of the white men and women in the State , who pay their Taxes , to take a Sheriff s receipt for the same . A Hen in every man s Pot , and new breeches to all who need them . 4 • » Why is a bush like a little girl ? Because it becomes a woman . _

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THE BOSTON TEA PARTY [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 28 May 1853

THE BOSTON TEA PARTY WHOI the Council was thus declining to interfere , oneof the ships ( the Dartmouth Capt . Hall ) came to anchor near the castle . A meeting of the peop le of Boston and the neighboring towns was convened at Faneuil Hall , on November 29 , 1773 , which being too small for the assembly , it » djoumed to the Old South Meeting-house . They resolved that the tea shall not be landed ; that no duty shall be paid ; and that it shall be sent baok in the same bottom . They also voted that Mr . Rooh , the owner of the vessel be directed not to enter the tea at hb peril ; and that Captain Hall be informed , and at hb peril , not to suffer any of the tea to be landed . The ship was ordered to be moored at Griffins Wharf , and a guard of twenty-five men was appointed to watch her . The meeting received a letter from the consignees , offering to store the teas until they could write to England and receive instructions , but the people were determined that the pernicious weed s...

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