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

Publication Title: Philadelphia Press
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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

LITERARY NOTICES THr> PHtSIOtOff* OF NEW TOEK BOARDING HOUSES. By Tao>U8 Bctler Qcsi- j with illastrationi. 1 vol. 12 mo,—pp. 300. Mason Brothers, New York. The light, glancing, rapid manner of those " Sketches,"which first established'the reputation of Dickens, haa !ed a good many writers out of the track of good taste and common sense. In this cotraffy, CorneiiBS MntUews was one of the first to imitate Dickens, and Mr. Gunn is thelast.asyet. But the anthor of "PufferHopkins" reminds one of an elephant dancing » minuet , whiieMr. Gunn p3Cea with ease and elegance. He is a. lively, pleasant, off-hand writer; he has feeen observation and a cspita] idea of quiet satire; hia book shows that he has the dramatic faculty rather largely. Is his boob readable! Very much so—only the idea and manner are not—perhaps, cannot—be original Dickens wasBrstin tbe field. The great merit of this book Is this: it may be' said to unroof the boarding-honses of the greatest (and wors...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

SUMMARY OF FOREIGN NEWS Tho news of the revolt in British India, (the leading particulars of which ws hare Already given) had been reoeived in London with feelings uf Barpriee, sorrow and dismay. < It ivas approhended,.frnrn Lord Palmerston's well'known practice in important cases, tha( he had kept back sorno, pf the d&rkor details. Enough a had trana'pired, however, frorjf the Indian journals and private letter*) to show that the danger was imminent, pressing and alarming. ' The mutiny seems, as yet, to have been confined chiefly to' the native troops, but tho irhole of British India J3 more of lets dissatisfied, if not disaffected. Advantage itas taken of the withdrawal, for the wars with Persia nnd China, of a large number of European soldiers, from India. Delhi, the ancient capital of the Mogul Empire, was occupied by the insurgents, who had encountered tho British trocps outside the city, and are said to have been driven back into it, tho Britisb occupying ...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

r^^JE^ESOlT ^ AffGiJS^S, 1857,,. - _,Aller . haying bcen.passed byiho'ltoiisobf Commpnsj.tlic Bill for relieving Jews from the ticeesslty •of swearing " on the trne faith of a Cliftstii^,' > 'has^beeii(lofeated, bjf the House pf Loris'by; 173,to-179. Sooner or"iater ~ th" e Jew« inust tayean equality of civH i Tlghts with ' gffaejs religionists ', i It; is- c ' rejfiable to the liberality of thaBishop of London (Dr. Tatej ; an ' d lord Shaftsbury, leading ! the' Evangelical partyj tKat they vpted for the measure. ¦ 1 V JPopnlar feelingin ] England hasneVcr 1 been infityor.of the Jews,^ ,^'he readers of "Ivanhoe" willremembdr how tauntingly and. cruelly Isaac bf York; put ' forth in that splendid romfece ' as ,a repjresentativo of the Jewish irace, was treated in the time of Richard Cceur ; ijfi blie ' b,a. ; i ^[nder ¦ hiB ' suc 'rie'saors mdre just and hivmane practice was generally ignored; 'Thdrij' is 'a • tradition f)f a Jew haying had his t&ith drawn: outgone' ...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

1, . FROM ATLANTIC CITV. [O6Tto«{K>ij4yiica of Wo Jkm.] U, 8. Hotel, Atla-ntic Cirv, N. J., " July 31,18j7. A vi*it to this now watering place has become ho popular with PMladelpbians, that tho Camdon anil Atlantic Railroad Company has had much difficulty in providing oars and motive power sufflolent to accommodate the deraund. Day after day, for a mon '.h past, tho arrivals by tho regular and excursion trains havo averaged nearly one thousand persons, and, from reliable data, the nunibor of visitors duiing tlio season, thus far, has boon upwards of 35,01)0. Tho-io who como horo bavo, as a gonoral thing, been very ngreoably disappointed in Atlantic City. Thoy have found a bettor beacb than thoy anticipated, much bottoi bathing grounds, and superior drives. Threo or four of iho avenues have beon beautifully graded aud gravelled, and a gufficiont quantity of gravel is on band to grade ono cr two more- This improvement, it is said, tho city authorities nnd land owners intend...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

CORRESPONDING BETTER FTtOM SliW YORK (Corriispimd'enco of The Press.] • ' Nkw York, Monday Aftornoon, Aug. 3. A Tovcu op AirauST QtiAiiTv July gave he but fow ^ays Uiftt could bo cvUeil hot, for summer weutbor; but I assure you that August bids fair to tuko,,and keep, all tho honors of tho season. Yesterday was entitled to,the ndjootivo "hot," but to-ilay marks " very hot," nnd the coolest of us, in white linens and no cravats, pant like a turtle turned on his back on tho Oallipngos Islands. Even our two glorious 'rivers cannot keep us cool, and wo^sigh incontinontly for the Long Branch, nnd Capo May, nnd Newport, from which we are debarrod by that mingled curKe and blessing of humanity—businoss. But n'imporie, " a light heart" ftni a thin nether garment wero said to bo very good things for going " through tho world, brave boys'." a feature, nnd let us trust that thoy willonublo us to woather tho summer of 1857. Hox. Wit. L. Davton Bick.—Apropos of watering plants; t leam ...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

FROM WASHINGTON. [Correspondence of The Press.} f Washington, August 3d, 1857. A correspondent of tho New Yflrk Herald, writing from Montreal, under date of July 29th, 1857, complains that tho number, of, letters recei ved at tho Post-omco at that place, on i?bfch postage has been prepaid, but not credited, is algjostincrcdiMe. The postage for lettorscrosaing the lino is ton cents, and many lottors are received at Montreal on which are ntnxcd three thrco cent stamps, but for the want of tho odd cent the letters are not marked paid, and full postage is paid by tho persons who roccivo them. This (tho correspondent adds) is quito right, but tho wrong consists in the fact that the United States Post Office Department invariably defaces the attached stamps. Clearly they have no right to do this until thoy havo rodoeuied them by giving value in tho shape of postage; and this conduct, except that it is probably without ovil intention, is no^ one whit bettor than would * be that of the ma...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

THE EDITOR 10 HtS READERS The I}rstririinber'of The'PiEkswiliti day bo laid'"before 1 the "public: I neeit Scarc'ely explain the object .and Resign of . this jjinrnal. The t .tee .must,be Juunyv- by its fruits ' .. My ambition 1 ' ia to make.a^thorongh newspaper, complete in'jall iw depar tments: to address myself tbjthe reason and the patriotism of the people': in a word^'to 'supply daily a 'cheap, trust-worthy and Mp|lig<Jj>t ')n'eaitfm>r popular information.' ,TdaccoJnplfsh.tliese results lviiLdeniand.patiani industry, large expenditures, of, money> considerable experience, aud the employment of varied'ability- The belief that'll newspaper conducted upon this plan has iuiyer yet failed,' determined me upon the present iindortaklrig. Thfih'ope that there were many, very many,' lynd remembrances,, personal , to myself, here in, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere, " ihspired me,with additional confldencc In ite specesa. 'The agreeable relations I had Siist...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

fWIOE FABM'EPfDS-FOR'SALE.^- VIBE iaregiaOiySjCBit 3aii?pABC0)HPA . Ky i«;i' 4w^b^r^K« aiut; i)w,o^wi '*J w ^ ^artjinglantltylrriracjs^r ty acresand.\Uj>wai'fls) on 10Bgonalltfi t aBi*t1dwjW«<o{infiiMt"- , . , ., ' . 3;lu?se Unas wfira ' B 'ranfea by uie Government to aid ia the coastracMA of iltia ooaA' , and > are, .among ,the ~ clcb.esi.and most fertile, la.the-.world. They" extend fromNorth' -EaBVand'North-'WcMthrough' .iheijiadle or tbftStat?, to the extreme South land include ' every' var iety of dHiMtettudiMmucttp' ua found beHxen 'those jSarailett'of latitude.' ¦ ¦T) lo'Ndrtbeln "pbV(lbn la chiefly pralrTd * interspersed with fine groves, and in the middle and'Southern BectioaB'tiuibfcr-predomtnsteflYirtterhatinif with beautiful jir»u;ies,aq^ openings. -., .,., ... . ,,;- •JllCOlImate. i* ifcoroJ\ealthj, infld apS equable than I any oilier piltt,o(.th(j couitry—the-air is pure anil bnvi clBgjs while Uv(ugTstre»p»,find, Pgttagscf excellent % waterftboui...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

CORRESPONDENCE PENNSLYVAMA INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. [For The Press,] About forty yeara pgo several iteaf mutes were often seen prowling about the streeU of Philadelphia in various parts of the city. Rago ami dirt indicated poverty and destitution. Antio gestures, grimaces nnd uncouth muttcrings drew the attention and excited the laughter or the pity of the piiKding throng. Tho extended hand claimed aud often received the bounty for Which thoy were unable to ask. To their friends, such aa they had, they were burdens; to the public they were objects of suspicion and apprehension, and to tho philar.ehropist their eases seemed hopeless. There was one. however, who saw in their cunning, their powers of imitation and their natural skill hi pantomime, the ovidenco of mental faculties whioh only required development. The key to this development ho thought would be found in a system of motions or signs. Prompted by feelings honorable to any heart, ho gathered these wanderers ...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

:'l'^8HJP:;WJJI*ANTt4-1 fi>*-Cjiltalgta!*»JW.l£ti|arar, > 1 <<s A»ASiJaS<2i«>,tajB,) 1>. Lwes, Conimiimei: f CO-; MH/(^*^Jf^-^gi5f.t*Cio f rC<)injii»n4er, .-»i)l-Mave , ^ew,Xorlr^|n^-,iinte&Hi.tliaaptoa,(oi'tl>e.y««r486t, on the follpuftiB iaje; ¦ . ..-,..-,»! j ¦,-jf£UVt:XtfSMOtt0li t >1; .>jt»*TB . If4rJl8<iTHi I j . BOBiaWKOjr,, ' ... _ SOflVUMI'TOX.tr\,l ;}ia;r; ,.V...,,-gf!ll^»to61» y: { ,j.. , -jJj ; Ofl ' WijdiBulfajj, j :v^nltott..'i*i^;5^iii:>l4jf?81-. :Atago ¦ -' .,.%>.,-' -Jubb 4 vsAHiso> vjf^apV..i i 2U!M'3S' .InJton ..>.; ..»><:. ¦ Jtdj-2 i. ,»)ltoi,B^mV-tsiJuly^, .<»«»-, ,.„.„•.-. .iJujr,30 Aiagd ; . 3&i;AW«». Wlton ,-.-. ,- 'JmihUH 1 1 ?»Boifsj».;«isatS«*i-ao, lArago -,u.,- -;. " ?W* ! Awio . 1?: ,- Oct, 16 Pulten . . ,Ovi.!& - ¦am^.i.n' ^jf. KuxM . ¦imtb.:»~,-i:u' - ' > ' > "<"¦• w * ' •' a...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

l^«?»ffi^feAp > &A !i! KE'Vf' TOJJITIOAX p ' aSJJKE^fw-f^'WOAT/'TBxi , book,;Oa | ^ «P^MJ»fc^ .ffl^n . of ; Wi.h(aeten fc'pis^^/^jifofeciiStffi ' sonialalrig- ' sM pages of \M&^;i )m^mi9AUffm: «ai Kahdspmiily bound.!» l^mB^SmmWSt^m editor should be with-Umt:^8hBi#P%f«&g r eil¦hrftieyiilopodl* style,' dt Is 4 Wok ofiffijjiWarcB'iout rcferenw; > It . contaUaj [»mo(otgffisll«ijJijs,.the > .C<mBtltntlon ArHclesbr.Cilii;. !*«eraUo>/S4Vi5ioi?K>r(yPUronnii'Oie Ameriouj /BitdaLttte'MlopinionsotftheBrcdScottf}ase,a b.iis'i iitory QfiiAvtinximBltfii&xifot f* hiBtory «£ the^Ooagrbsv ,^qwdt*3ipmVi*lhWn(ted Slitei'^ahk 1 , «/ffih " - •pletohlMnryiijiaialJ-ihn wtej scctlohally <sIluii(flM !Sr.'*«.HfS3;SVlnmmi>rn!iBjil history of We idmlssloii. '' J -MonofjOteSessrel»H»«feKoiisanrona NebriulM;th» 1 -l$aoa»»a»T)«nUon Jmi, Oortraora, Bkaioo. aid Walk-* ,«l"a liminkrt Add*»es;, . .In4farf( oycryUunJaraeriifiai...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

, Death of an Honored and Useful Citizen. ; Oliver EldredeoEsu., of this city, dlodead-(lenly at his rcBidonoo in Otis place on Saturday afterooon. .While seated at the dinner tablohe hod & parj-letio ittnek-which hod a fatal termination in two hours. The Daily Advertiser has a truthful and disseminating sketch of tlio deceased; which we copy in fall: , ' , "M^. Eldredye was born in tho town of Brooklyn, ia the State of Oonneoticut, on tho Hth day of Maroli, 1789, ' and was Mcordingly sixty-oight years ot age. Hi oaino to Boston in 1808and immediately entered upon a mercantile life Ho early be-:oanio.-interested in Amcrioabimanufaeturcs, and pursued their dovolopmont with a foresight and intelligencethat lusured success.,Baring a period of nearly, h&lf a century, he has boon well known as one of tb« foremost of our manufacturers and morohants.' ^Tnhiabusihoss transactions as well np Ms Bociul rclitione, he web liberaluptight, and honorable. He was entrusted with se...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

JLivmrssrSfirae'iiaiL siKAHEEs.-Tha aipi ^^^^^^ttiR^ilit,. ' , ' i!" - '' . . f ¦ ' ToeM*hlp5 have boeuTiuUt by contract ' cipr«wly fo4 GoYeraii«!rlt gervldo; fecery *arsi has peen token in tholr eonSUiiction, M alto In^tholr eng|Doa-to ensure •b«ngth < atiaBJ«*d, »jjd.ik4irMHnnii(Kl»tloiu:for basseagen oig -ittwUllfiitfor '-eJogabw*ndcomfort^- ,' "'^ > '> ; - >' .' ' ¦ .pH«jor jSiBige IroniSewiYork: to Liverpool; in Unit f«f »B0}iJii*6tiia'dovfrS!' ftoni .-Lliriffpool to. Km [' »tad'2«)gttlns«i<..Ki>lxirthBiciire<funl(ii»nok 'kto s&ipaSf *hi»^!thiS4irt improved nater-tlghi . (fffft'Vi *HOf<)SED.l)AlE3 Of SAlMJ?ar. -!i . ¦ ¦:'- ¦ ¦ FSOK OTIflOIit, ' _\ '- FEOH LIVERPOOL. ', ' , - .Mttraay;Jiflaa)/!^SSSTi Weaoarfsy. ' Juielt^ ¦ W S»t»ni«T(-July ^,; -19W, i Wt«iu«sdj ly,.Jul^ 8/ 186' gaturiliy. JolyajJinitlSol WMjUnsdiy, July 22, 1115' rSurday, Adg-'i'!; .^lffir, Wsdboidsy Aug. 6 185' aattrday, A<^.15, ¦ . J8ST W...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

£ CJ'A V Alf'^A H ¦ - ¦ CHARLESTON i r3 SHIPS.""'r"i-T'.;- ¦¦ '- ¦ ' " • "¦ •'-. • ¦ ¦ '!•' I ¦ '* •fSEIOK'TSKBBTOED: • " ¦ ¦*•¦•' ; • ¦ \ ThB'WeU^IcrtOTn^rst class'bide" wheel Steamshlpa j KEY8IT0NB S*ATB'and *A*».Ot\GEORGIA; nqwi 1 forma>Weeiay.line,for"thoSouth"and. ' SontliwV!Btbne I of the ships ftnin^ETBBy- SAWRDATf, at 10 Vciotlc, I ' ' FOB SAVAKNAK.OA. ' ' • ¦ ¦ I I THB ' OTBMIBHH KBY8T0SB STATK. ¦ •' ' i -' CHA3LK3 l>.S[i»sml»H, Oommnnder, '-- ' ^ I ' .- WiU-riBceiireWeiat.on THTmSDAY , Augiwt6th, and; I MiilTMiSAUJBDAy, August 8th, at id o'clock, A.M. £ ; THB STBAMSHJP a^AUE.'Oir {tEOaaiAj ¦ ,:. ! g M.^j'.t*. . JobkX-Qinvut, Odmmander.;. .i'~ j I ? 31 }??| I THIS (Sotxrdiy), August 1st, at 10 o'clock,] I At both Ohwleston and ^ayannah these shipB connect I roods * AUo * , f^t ' all'tlace&ta^^'^attL' and SbuthVcst. 1 ! . Oabin, 1 ?ai»»^6li.*lthei'BMp:V%Ai-.yJ...... i ..*20 j I -iKfrMghtrecei^diSitaMajrnioTBing. ' < ' ¦ »M I ¦ «a*ill! of iBding...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

' ' Dlckeiu before tin Audience. , A.correspondent of tbo Boston Courier, writing from London. July iBt, says: " Last night St. Martin's Hall was crowded to hoar Dickons road his Christmas Carol, for the benefit of tbo family of tbe Into Douglass Jerrold. At eight o'clock' precisely, a well-dressed gontloman, with a geranium in bis button-hole, and hnir carefully brushed forward to conceal, as much an possiblo, Jus inohient baldness, appeared alone on tho platform, arid I knew, by the vehement app lause, ft caald be none .other than the immortal autHoronii6 Pickwick Paper*. What Mrs. Kemblc does in her admirable readings of Sbaksponrc, to rovoal the latent meanings of the, groat dramatist, Biokens docB for Dickons. It is not so much roiuling as noting. Tho thin voice of Tiny Tim, the ohirrupy note* of Bob Crockett, tbe indignant voloe of Craokott'fl wife, aud, above all, tbe sullen, numbling tones of Bcrooge himself, wore ' rendered immitabTy., Although tho reading occupied more t...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

flevr Hall oil the House ot Rrpreienlativre ., This, hall, will occupy tho centre of tho south wing of the' Capitol, and will bo rectangular, one hundred and thirty-nine feet long from east to west, nincty-timo feet wide, and about tbirty-six feet high. ItWty lighted by skylights'in the ceiling and a glass not and at night by largo chandeliers suspended between the ceiling and tbc roof. The Speaker's chair will be situated on the south side of the hall} and tbo members' seatstbrce hundred in numberarranged in a semi-circular form fronting it, There will be a continuous gallery on three sides of the hall—the northcast, arid we»t—oapablo of seating twelve hundred persons, and a separate gallery for reporters, behind the Speakers ohair. ^ The walls of tho hall, under tho gallerieswill contain panels for paintingsand, above, niches for statuary. ' Tbe ball itself will be nearly surrounded by a corridor, affording oonvonient communication with the post office, the retiring-roomsatad th...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

• Boy Love.—There never was a boy yet that before the age of manhood had not been in love, no matter with whom, some dozen times; it is the nature of his warm blood. If ho can, he writes rhyme, and draws tho object of bis devotion in fancy skcteheB; if notho quotes poetry for her edification. ' • This sentimental lovo prepares tho way for smorij ondurlng loro.wbicb enables him to select a. partner for life, bud to value a. kind and sottBible womanas ho g»in» greater' insight into tho character and montal qualities of her box. tE?"Dr. Rutherford, of Harrisburg, has received a letter . from tho physician in attendance on 1 Tomaobthe canal fibatman, who had fho parietal bone stricken , from his head by coining into collision with a canal bridge, near HigUpire, in Dauphin, county. This ensd, from its singular naturehas excited a great interest among Iho medical fraternity. The fact -fltat- there Is hopes ofhis ultimate recovery, says the Teligravh, is considered by some of bur .phys...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

" 'NjtfoiEON at Grenoble, 18'16.—lid as see how It is taken. It is eight o'olook in the oveiling. The. inhabitants aud soldiers jgarrisou the riuupaijts. Hapoleon precedes his 1 ittle troop by some ete/p3; he advances even to tk.e gate; he knocks With his sunff-box! "Who is. there?" oried the 0 ®oer on guard. "It i» U>» Emperor. Open." "Sire, my duty forbids me." "Opon, I tell you; 1 have no time to lose." "Bo t, Sire, oven though I should open to you, I could not. The keys are in the possession of General ' Marchand." "Go, then, dud fetch them." •'!, »m oerUin that ho will refuso them to me." " , If the General refuse them tell him that I wiUdis mils him." The single word " dismissal" establish ad the whole garrison in tho interest of thd Km?* .-or. Arago 's hivts of Dutinguuhti Mm.

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