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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

THE COURTS Court op QuAnTEii Sessioxs—Judge Allison. In the matter of tbo Commonwealth vs. Snow, a New York morchant, charged with being a reooiver of stolon goods, Mr. Win. L, Hirst, on behalf.«f Mr. Sandford, of the Now York bur, applied to tho Court to accopt bail for Mr. Snow, and offered tor that purpose Henry S. Harper, who upon boine sworn said: I live in Frankfort, in tho Twenty-third Ward; I own rool estate in tho county of l'hiUdclphiaw orth over $10,000; I own proporty on York stroot worth $8,000, on which there is 83,500 onciimbranoo; I own property on Russell and Bath streets worth S7.000, on wlnoh there i» an encumbrance of S2400; I own property on Maple street worth $2,000, on which there ia$800 tncumbranco; I own a lot on Richmond street worth $1600, on which there is $550 encumbranoe; I own a lot on Frankford Road worth $2,000 ovor all encumbrances; I own a lot on Fourth etreot and Germantown Hoad worth $1500 over all encumbrances; I own a lot on Canal und Thi...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

TELEGRAPHIC 1 FROM WASHINGTON. Ven«Hwlna Du tie^5m^l-F« omoug Indlniis-IIufl Storm in Virginia, Me. WABinuatos, Aug. 3.—Tho Btato Department ha« been officially odTiaed of the pasaage uf an act by tbo Veuezuelean Congress, Impwlng an additional or suWdtarj- cootrlbutlon of t6n per cent, upon duties collected at the various Custom Houses In tho Republic, from :md nfterthelfitof July lwt-Infornwtlon has bean received of the breaking out of the amall-poX among the Kickapoo, KanRii«, lodians. Might had died. Prompt meHflureH wero taken to arrest tho progrciis of this dlceeae, and I'hyHluIana employed to vaccinate each member or the tribe. On Friday evening, LswWmrg, Va.t and vicinity only. waa visited by a hail storm which, for extent and dcstructlveness, vca without precedent in^thit part of tha country. The wholB of tho vegetable and growing crops were nearly annihilated. Some of the knU-itoncs minsured five inche» m circumference. Oen. Hennliigson left the city to-daj for the S...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

;:-w THE CSRCVltUiPQUTION OFSICIS. ¦It has been doubted, by persons ignorant oi the working of the system, whether DickBNS, _in his .^X ittle Dorrl ' tt,". fiid ' jiot. exaggeirate , or ^ caricature the " . routine of the departments officesuudor.tha Executivo in England. It has been supposed that his accounts of the Circumlocution Office were more imaginative than real, . that he had soared, from fact into fiction,,and inerely! indulged " in an , agreeable -pleasantry., ; Nsvcrtheless:it-.was,- trutb-rrso-Sribufi "and • lamlBnable > truth—«nd,; being:' io, " ofter ! ^kU<ins Wgnt not- to te above taking a lesson Apm the si^rp. '/. " . ,. . ^. Onejoii.the n;ost^iatter-of,-fact, arid,,at the isame'tima, most witty of modern writers, is '•MrV joslice 'Hauboeton, whoy as " Sam Slick, the Clockmaker," has dote Wore to exhibit British North America as it is than apy other, a,uthor,, jHol^lnga responsible positlbn.dn the colonial ¦ judiciary, a man of itiarfc ' and'tiote ...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

GORRESPONnENdE FROM WASHINGTON. f Ccrre3pond<mce of TKo Prtflg.) . Wasiiwotox, August 2,1657. , It is a great misfortune that the difficulties against uniting tho two OceanB by the Tohutintcjiae route, result almost entirely from quarrels between the American claimants of tho right of way. Mr. Buchanan has been repeatedly, and long ago committed in favor of this so-called " Isthmean orcraing." I do not know, but I have no doubt, that if be and Eolicrt J. Walkor had had the making of tho Treaty, of Quadaloupe Hidalgo, by which, in 1818, -we mado and bought peace from Mexico, tn» right to make a Kailroad over, or to, ont*acanal through tho Moxican isthmus of Tohauntepeo, would have been &ocornplishod by making tho whole territory our own; and bad this been a result of the Mexican war, what blood shod, and eonfusion, and disgrace it had spared to the Mexioan pcoplo! - Tho public sentiment is in favor, of arouto between the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific overland th...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

CAAfDEN AFFAIRS Serious Affray—Man Snot.—Cam den dry, in the > ie ' mttj of Parson 4 Worlston's Hotel, was thrown into & st*te of great excitement E«t evening, about 71 o'clock, tbs eaose of vbkh wa* tbe ahooting of Charles D. Hi net int. by DariJ W BelLrie. We immediately despatched a reporter to ascertain die particulars, which are fubswntiUlr as follows:—A fend of long standing between the parties has been matured by the pabtic&tina of certain articles is some of toe Sunday papers of this city, reflecting personslly against Mr. Hi online &nd other prominent politki&ns of that city. Last Sunday another article appeared, and Mr. Belisle. who aets as Camden local reporter to the Daily Tfttrt and Sunday press, w*i supposed » be the author. The parties met last evening, ia front of the hotel, and had a few words, clinched, were «cpaiatcd. after which Belize drew a revolver, and fired, the shot taking effect in the left fide, ahove the Abd...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

LETTER FROM NEW YORK [Correspondence of Tho Press.] New York, Aug. 3,1857. Beta havo been heavily mado as to the speed of tho Pertia, which was to leave Liverpool on tho 25th ult. Sho would be out over seven days to*day. As yet, no sign of hor. Tho Ericsson \A also due, and suited on tho 22(1 July. Tho boiing-match, in Canada, between Bradley find Run kin, hna excited tho liveliest interest hero. There will probably be a second fight. The vacancy among our new Police Com missionera was not filled up to-day. There again wero one hundred and flovonty-one ballots: Nye, Sowen find Stratmhan, (the (( Republioau» ") voting for Cyrus Ourti3s; Wood and Powell for Paniel Hanks; and Oholwell, amid shouts of laughter, nominating Eraalua Brooktt, of tho lizpr?**, And sticking to Ma mnn all day. Klcction adjourned until A\'odne?diiy. Connory, the remarkable Coroner of tho Buruell Inquest, (the confidential friend of Thady Brady's long-tatled cow,) haa been great on the occasion of the mu...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

' , .V, •' THE'TRUE'PHYSICIAN. ¦! ^heTh^rbes who ar^^urost ' of immortaiity ate the'jiiccossftil soldier and the courageous /Mates ' nuuft^ jle ' cpmnie ' mpratc tholr triuriiphs in .statuaryawiin song. " We hold them up as ejtamples to ou'f ; children. We gWe them our applause in life, and our gratitude in death. But there arc.oUior.beroes not so well remembered^ We allude to' t^e true physician, at !onco the counsellor, the frtond , and the gentle--jn ' an •, bften the adviser in th& j,^. of gloom; alwaysour support, after GonySa the hour of siijtness. "'"What perils does he' Apt brave! Boused, ftoin his sleep night Bnd ' jnoroing, faaYelHng in-all weathers) compelled to give ub all pfeasures io his;' ,Pfofessldn f. called fto m churptto the patient's room; ho has no tttne ho ' cto'callh ' igb'wiivVBntthlBisBotali; WHon ratR^Wen |opiigip» and ' pestUe ' nce, aw«ep ' the Streets ll ' ke;a»atte 'ryof grapo and eannjsKsrj ;^K 0n Hte;Ula^ .; fiy ;b^re; )h'8,'. mysteri^iis ...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. nmtazisof i/.e.hi-j!! -i- 1 -W'&i.. ' ¦<' ¦•¦ * '-* ¦¦ ' ¦ <&&&% ,' 'V- ". A*OB. flOVBRWOl^,., v , .^^ f r - ^;? ' i5^€?^ 1 g^?^'>.:i^^ ¦ •>* FOX 3DBGES :0»>*BDS'*raMBin$3 D '$ Dtt *» -ii^-ii4v-. 'V u *W'A?li*'<H'iW.w ;? . i: - i> i ¦ « -' ¦ • wW^ fi *«.'ii s,<)r.'Mi«Mkwiniti'. 'cW--- :¦ . '- - ¦ •: •. - . ¦ . J^S THOMRSSS,,'' , . -'-' &« ?^'* f^jk^o^^' z : 'l¦•¦- - ' ¦ ^|:?f|%^^:^!«i*ros*ft' , ;[ \!) ' C'\ ^i\' ,*-^T*l* ' ^rtttBi» comst* . - - •¦ - _ n. .,. ¦ . - " ¦ ' "".''x.- ' t :!;i;>]^",r."a:l^:* ' )j^ . -^¦-' "' -= *^ '«i'. /'•>. ¦ .> ' !, I^^^Yl^M. me^OfhH parties Wftc 4^etio»li»>. Wrfso£ eonfldeBce;«ni-of kind* oridenooof merit ,,'then,:indeed,. this enters prlBe, of . ours ,is assured of a most prosper

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

THE CITY Accident tit Coofei Sircet Yesterday morning, Rhout eight o' olook, as an Excursion party was proceeding out Contog street in omnibus3en, the horses in ono of tho coaches became frightened at a passing train on tho Reading Railroad, -and in their plunging overturned tho omnibus. Several of the persons in the vehicle were more or less hurt. Tho vicinity of tho aecldent wns in a state of unioh excitement at tho time of its occurrence. Tha Crockery J/cn of Baltimore and their Philadelp hia Brethren,—the crookory men of Baltimore, who woro entertained a few weeks since by their isethren of this city, havo sont to l'hiladelnhia a very large daguerreotype picture, ele¬ gantly framed, and bearing upon its surfaco excellent likenesses of tho eighteen gentlomon who represented tho Earthenware Board of Trade of Baltimore, on tho occasion of tho rcocnt festivities. Too Piesidentof tho Baltimore Board, in his letter accompanying tho picture, Bays:—"Tho oard of tbanki will bo re...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

Repbint ok BniTisn Periodicals. (L. bcott iV Co., N. York.)—In England it costs exactly $32 a year to purchase tho Edinburgh, Quarterly, North liritish, ami Westminster llevietcs, with Blaclivood's Magazine, Adding freight and duty, if imported, that cost would amount to $40 in this country. The} 1 ure re-printed in Noiv York, and hoI^ for 810 per unnum—being exactly onufourth 1^ the English price. And as Mr. Scott receives the proof-aheets of most, if not all, of th \-f publication* in advance, his cheap edition is circulated h' orot before the original could arrivo from England. We need not dincusa tho quality of theno periodical.*. The ablest men writo in them, and they make an Enoyolopocdia of Literature. How to »o Busikesr. (Fowler o> lP>/(j ,New York.) A eorfcof omnium gatherum of miscellaneous Information, sprinkled with Mnecdotes, resno<jting various matters conncoted with buainoas-Ir there bo nothing very new in theso pages, thero is much that will be...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

' , Strtws JHsturbance.-rQn Sunday afternoon»yery dlsgiMefol, dlitmbanoo occurred betweenaniunber of-, disorderly dhardeWa at the c6rtio? of BeVehteentb tad' 0all6wh(U streets, in the Fifteenth Ward. Pollco officer Quinnof that Districthad his noie broken, and was otherwise badly hurt. Two or three of the participants were «ub8»att»ntty arr«t«d, and placed In the look-up. tETTER !PRdM;.NEWPOBT. [Oorro^ijondence at Tb6 Vfoss;} !• Nbwpori , Aug. 1. This is tho dny when (Sustoui dooroesf that tho Kewport soason shall open; yet, it id sri^ent, this year, that we aro still in tho green hud , " »nd tho only hopo is thnt the flowering, if postponed, may bo nono tho less perfeot. Tho oottugca in Newport take so many fashionable peoplo from tho Hotels, and these too are bo scattered that thoro is a want of concentration of the demerits actually existing for gayoty. A oontro is wantod whoro all shall meet on common ground; as in tho continental watering places , whoro lifo is so much be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

'-: THE WOW EX ftlAHKE'iV ij-j-^-' j /<-> - ? •>_: «. {--..-¦ . _> - •, •" , , i ., - < ' ¦ ; •¦•' • ••¦-¦SAT trBnAriAngajita, 18B7.\ (Ibe ' iMeiit ' declino ltt ' th> priced Uf rt«ilt oC Iiao Camdott ind 'Amloy Biiliwid. .Company id toe ifltjch AigM^twmnaWy hay*' fcwa-expected.-• Prior to the ItreAt «tcidontUi«e6oAp4lii' •*SsToying'*iriacnd8 atflia n(B ' of tVntfn p«5 ' «**¦ ' JCT^ttqny/Bubiii^jottjf to, ttuitdiB»ster,dW4endswe.i:a nude.at.the rate ' of sli.per cent. per ) 'anttnmf-o3tetfpHlag r the 'last semi ^ annaal^Mdehd,'jtitWhVasft>tii l ; $ertcnV Paorto ' thisijst'.dl^ dimdin.JMSh ' i hpseTer/aBtoct dlridendf j f:Jw«^ifr cent, vmitieciai&d, a^d a. resolution Adopted \U>. dAnblA tie iitoc^!. -' TIiu8tl;e; holder of flvo -p.brites l>ecima it o owner oriiXj " witb:th % 6 priVlie^e o ' r paying Fbt four,pwro at parft^MKof^fSftjckisJield In 1a«8 <ioanUtiefc by piKIeswho.hiTopnTOMnlltfiir inTMtmont . '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

iuanuc Mnttlligcncc. VORT OF PHILADELPHIA, August 4,18S7. SUN RISES...: 5 0|SUN SETS 7 30 IIIfilT WATEn II 8J ARRIVED, Jiarquu E- Foster, Foster, 0 days from New Uedfonl, in ballastto captain. Barctue Amy, Bydcr, 6 dnys from Boston, with mdse to TwcllJ, Gaskili 4 Oalviu. Brig Abbott LawrenceFuller, 8 days from Boston, with mdse to CrowBll k Collins. ' ¦ •. Brig Times, Phlnney, 4. days from New York,' with mdfie to captain., ' Brig Loch Lomond, French, 4 days from New York, in ballastto captain. Br. brig A. EatonPurcey, 18 days from New Brunswick, with plasterto E. A. Soudor * Co. Brig MelaKzo, Putnam, 4 days from New York, in ballastto captain. Brig'Alesia, Douglass, 4 days from New York, In ballast to captain. Schr. Senator, Mackey. 7 days from Plcrmont, N. Y. with lumber, to BoltonVanderveer & Co.' Schr ConnecticutPratt7 days from Piermont, N. Y. with lumber* to'Bolton , Vanderveer & Co. Schr Danl Godwin, Baynor, 6 days from New York, in bullasi to captain. g...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

INTERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE LUOFLIBKRTY. THEUNION iNDTHKOONTlTUTIOK.—TWELFTEnVARD DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION.—At a targe and enthusiastic meeting of the Association, held at Snell's Democratic Head-Quarters, on THURSDAY EVENING, July 23d, 1857, Thomas 8. Fernon * Esq., was called to the chair. On motion of Henry Dunlap, K*q., the following reholatloiis nero unanimously adopted. Itrsolvedf That the Twelfth wanl Democratic Amwiciatlon hereby cordlnlly endorse tho Administration of Jnmcs Buchanan. Hesolved, That we hereby heartily ipprove the nomination of William F. Packer for Governor , Nimrod Strickland for Canal CommissionerJames Thompson and William Strong for Judges of the Supreme Court, and pledge our/felveB to promote their election by Buck a majority a.t shall distinguish Ponnfiylrnnia Tor Jier steadfast devotion to tho principles and usages ot the Democratic party. ed in RfsolwiThat these proceedings be publleh The Prtss and livening Argus. THOMAS 8. FERNON, President. VSSf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

cumnnsljij) ana Booh Keeping I^RITTEDEN'S PHILADELPHIA COMVv> MER0IAL COLLEGE, S. E. Correr of SEVENTH and CHESTNUT Streets, Second and Third Stories. j BOOK SKEPI NG, PENMANSHIP, every stylo. I COMJIBBOIAL LAWS AND FORMS. I COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS. ' = LKCTCaKBfce. Each Student has Individual instruction from competent and attentive Teachers, under the Immediate supervision .^r the Principal. One of the Best Penmen In ' the- Country has charge of the Writing Department. Please coll aud see Specimens and get a Catalogue of Terms, 4c. aul-lm tOince anb tiquors. A LEXANDER V. HOLMES, WINE AND -£*- LIQUOR STOBE, No. 226, Southeast Corner of GEORGE am! SOUTH Sweets. anl-lj WILLIAM F. PITFIELD,—IMPORTER of BRANDIES, WINES, 4c , 4r-., No. 323 WALNUT Street, Philadelphia. , aui-lm C I.LEWIS , IMPORTER AND DEALER • IN FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS4c , 20 South FIFTH Btreet , Philadelphia. aul-ly XSPNES AND LIQUORS, OLD BUCK " ' WHISKEYMONONOAUELA WHISKEY. French Brandy, Glus, Por...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

j jonscs for Snlc tmft ttcnt. TT\0 RENT.—Tho second and third story X ROOMS o No. 267 (late 163) North TIIIRD Street, near Vine. an4-3t* HREE VERY NEAT AND GENTEEL suburban VILLAS, Twenty-second aud Master Streets, west of Ridge Avenueand above Uirard College, 8 twins, bath, &«.: rent £18. For sale, two Housed. Noa. 2013 and 2015 Cherry street, nearly new; nil modern conveniences. Also, three Houses, Nos. 2341,234.1 anil 2345 Jefferson street, six rooms, lot 10 by 100. Also, ouo unimproved lot at Richmond, 223 by SO feet. Any or all or these improving properties will be sold at a price to pay 10 per cent, on the investment. A. J. PERKINS, au3-2t* N. E. cor. or SIXTH and MASTER Sts. T NEAT HOUSE TO LET IN A FEW A days, No. 480 GEORGE Streets, west of Twentieth, $16, in advance. au3-3t« . TO LET A soven room HOUSE, on Nagle streetat $10 per month. Apply to HENRY M. BOYD, 452 and 454 N. TENM Street. au3-St# TO BE LET.—Several fine ROOMS, suitable for light manufacturing pur...

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

®os injtlnsrfs. ARCHER, WARNER, JUSKEY & CO., Manufacturer* of GASAL1ERS, BRACKBT3, PENDASTS FITTINGS, and all kinds of GAS lad LAMP WORK, GIRANDOLES, ft,.., Jfe. S2» CHBSTKCT Street, PkiUaelphU. ARCHES, WASKEB * C0. JKO. 376 BEOADWAV, New York. Btildinn fitted' with Gas Pipes, and all kinds of altering and repairing of Gas Work. - inl-lli* Commission iHctrrjanls. ; HANDY & BBEJ.TTER—COMMISSION MERCHANTS and Dealers in Forefgn sad American HABDWA&E and CCTLKBT, Nos. 23, 25 and 17 North FIFTH Street, fast side, abore Coonwrce itnet, Philadelphia. aul-tf Sttornens ot £avs. *' T|ANIEL DOUGHERTY, ATTORNBY U AT LAW. Southeast Corner of EIGHTH and LOCUST Streets, Philadelphia. tul-ly JOHN BINNS, UNITED STATES COMMISSIONEE AND CCMMISSIONIR OF SEEDS AND THE PKODATB OF ACCOONTS for aereral States and Territories. He isby law, authoriied to administer Oaths and Affirmations to be received a aQ the Courts in Pennivh-ania. JOHN BINNS may be found in his office . No. ...

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Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

QTbyg <wo ®toss. npHE CHEAPEST AND MOST EXTENX EIVE furnishing CHINA and GLASS establishment in tha United States is the OLD CHINA HALL, CHESTNUT atreet, directly opposite the State Houn Families fundshlng, will find it to their interest to inspect the immense stock of rich decorated French China Viainf, DnitrXIn and Brcaklmt lets. Also, plain white French China, by single dozen or in complete sets; also, all kinds of useful kitchen eroclcery always open and properly exhibited. Over 100 different patterns and shapes of elegant and plain TOILET SETS: altoChiu.v and Glassmanufactured expresjly for Hotels; and shipping orders to any extent supplied at short notice. Packing particularly attended to. WM. J. KERB. China Hall, aul-6t Philadelphia. inisrclltnuons. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.—R. & G. A. WRIGHTS' ORIGINAL FRANGIPANNI, OR EVERLASTING PERFUMK. £'BA»ClPA!Ua EXTBACTS, VBASairAKW POMADI, " Haib Oil, u Soap, " Tooth Powdbb. " Sacbit. These new, elegant and rechnche per...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

Serial. Holms. Parkinson 's Garden—An Extraordinary Vo» callst!—Those who have not yet heard the extnioriUaary young vocaliat, Miss Agses SunrEHLiKO, who ljoa won for htrqelf In England the distinguished sobriquet of "the Scottish Nlghtinffalo," now singing at Paxkinbohs's Gard«n, hate a pleasure in store of no ordinary character , ana for-which they will thank us for directing their attt>nti?n to the Promenade Concerts given nightly iu that di%lifful placo. A select and'pmverful orchestra, uuder tjho direction of our distinguished Musical I'rofcasor, Leopold Melgnen, J^sq., both givo support to the ttimti&ut vocal talent engaged, and perforins a rich Bftleclicm of Oj^ratie and raiscollancous gems, including Overtui-Oii, Jl/irchea, Polkau, Waltifs, Ac, &c-Tho great featuro of the entertainment , however, ts tho "Nightingale," whose voice for HwcetneHfl, power and oSTtict «ill favorably comparp with any ono ever heard in Philadelphia, if any should doubt thU ...

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