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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 March 1853

" DAILY EVENING STAR, ?_? ? ? ??i VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1853. NO. 71. DAILY EVENING star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTEBNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) On 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, BV JOSEPH D. TATE. tkrms of subscription : Subscribers served by the carriers at six ~?nii a week, payable weekly. To mail sub 5 -ribers $3.50 a year; $2 for six months. terms of advertising. ynr lines or less. F-r fourteen lines or less. | . , ^.rt:oa $0.25 1 inst-rliou $0 50 1/ >i o .< -'2 - <0 *' ^ :i " 1 .00 1 *?-k "5 I week..... 1 50 ?j ?? 1.00 'i '? 2.00 : ?? - 1 3 44 2.50 I ?? ? ~.uo ?* *" 3.00 I *.? ir 1 >.??0 I year r,y 00 ?vC0fJKA JEM?2<T TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! Si 00 PREMIUM. I Ml'iiSSSEO .is 1 :im with th* controlling influence whicii h ex-rdse i by the fine aria upon iliauirec , ,n .ml ie>tiuv of humii'i aff .irs, it has given nit-, in pleasure t? wit es3 tin; boun iful manner in .swell, iruJi ^ "Ct ? time, pair.ting and statua-y have ,i e.icour igL-d and re...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 March 1853

a WASHINGTON: ? FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 18?3. MetropollUu Mecitaukt' lusiitutc* The first annual Fair of this excellent Iu . / \ stitute is expected to close to-morrow even ing at four o'clock?although we ore of the opinion that it might with propriety be kept open yet another week. We are notified that on to morrow, at the hour named, the closing addiess will be delivered by Professor Henry, the ripe schol ar, ami accomplished Manager of the Smith sonian Institution. Tbe awards of the Committee on Prizes will be made at the same time. The occasion will call a large crowd of citizens together. We wish the accommo dations for speaking and heaiiig could be better than they are ; but the good people must consent to be crowded some for the sake of the important and useful objects to be accomplished by the Mechanics' Institute. We cannot deny ourselves the pleasure of embracing this occasion to add another testimony to those that have appeared in the Star, commending the excellent man agement ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 March 1853

KVKNiNG star. ,*y Oliice of the '* D .ily Evening Star," 6cii treet, South of Perm. Avenue. W?eW'y Calendar. gg- [uys length 11 hours >md 42 v. {units. sus. M M.ca. MOON RISE.-. I Rldtd. | S*T3. ! i o Suai'y ; ^'-y ! !t y | ? ??s l -.vj - Ta^UT ?-7 i 5W 11 51 Z \\\-??lae-.tay i 6i'? ?-;,3 | niii'n. rt 1 5 57 1 0.50 5.5S j 1.40 b.b) ; 2.40 ihur-Uy , 0 4 Is r-vt'7 t.:; i i s.?turl ?y. ^ LuchI Affair*. Jiust Ch ef Justice Tune}/.?Our gifted i arti-t. Dr. II Stone, has nearly completed ; \ lair-'ic bn?t, certainly a chef-d'oeuvre in ?r3 ;|ne. of Chief Justice Taney, for presen t,tinn by the members of the Bar. Dr. o?ne, whose bust of Ex President Fill re :ja^ contributed so much to give him ! , l-ritv as an >irti>t of high order, is also j 0 wviicai gentleman by profession, at.d of rnnrif"! :tr >t polished education. As a sculp t?r. be l-i 1* lair to rival the most distin- ; /tuiahed artists of the day. The Doctor's | is in the rear of Adams's Express > <;.Iice. on I&g...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 March 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Disaster at the State Capitol.?A de spatch, brief but pregnant with much meaning, was received here by a distin guished citizen, from another who occupies a prominent position in the State Legisla ture. It was to the following effect: "Dear Hickock:?For Heaven's sake tell John Galpin, of stalls No?. 3 and 5, S'. Mary's Market, to send us something to eat. We are starving." This is a dreadful state of things. We had no idea that our legislators had such terrible sufferings to endure. We can im agine their deplorable condition. We had no idea they were reduced to so low an ebb of edibles. No wonder they are hurrying through th$ business of the State. A hun gry stomach knows no law. We are of an opinion that a subscription should be raised to send a steamboat, or even several steamboats, to Baton Rouge with provisions for these starving legisla tors. This nation has sent any quantity of food to Ireland, Madeira, &c., and we do not see why the inhabitants of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 March 1853

VOL. I. : i WASHISyiON, 1). C? SATURDAY, MARCH 19,IS *?? ! * ?' ?; * /. NO. 72. DAILY evening stae. H PUBLISHED EVERY AITERNOON, (KXlKI'T SUNDAY.) , 0;i 6th. street, south of Penn. avenue, DV JOSKPil L>. TATE. , . . j _ ' I .. : i tkrms ?>f ^"'BsrKfPTroy: ri served bv the carriers at six e,;4;l w ok, payable weekly. To mail sub- j year: *>2 for six months. ? 9 v ?? terms of advertising. ? -. , \ . ? or ie-s. F.r fourteen lines or less. '*? .... r 1 insertion $0.50 : ?? ; - *? 75 ."H) '?> " 1.00 to 1 week i oil .. 1 .*>0 ?? 2.00 3 ?? l->0 3^ .. 2.50 j , ?? 2.00 -i '? o.OO !*>.' 0 J 1 venr ".0 ort i ISiOUBA'aEtfENT 10 AMERICAN POETIC TALLNi! $>00 PRE.'HIU3I. I i its ! --4.111 Witt) th?* controlling influence i . "A* r.i.? j by tin- iiui- :.rii upon tliedirec . :i; iwtmj of human a'i'iirj, it given me in ? to wit.c.vh the lw.?unti?ui manner in r'r 'i d m* t? ti:ii:*- paintiug and y have I >u." z ? { and rewarded by t je Couuciis of the j ?:? J It . ?; tliis ?...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 March 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1853. Wilfi fh>? WftihlBfioa. Our friend Maj. Ben: Perley Poore, of Indian Hill, Mass., to whom we are indebt ed for valuable editorial assistance, when he was recently in Washington, has furnish ed Qleason's Pictorial with some racy sketches of matters and things in general about the Metropolis. We present our readers with the following pleasing extract, and shall favor them with more in a few days: "A building, containing much to interest the carious in scientific matters is a dingy "block" of four tenements, on New Jersey Avenue. It is the headquarters of the "Coast Survey," where an efficient corps condense the materials?astronomical, to pographical, hydrographic?furnished by the various parties whose camp fires bright en our inlets, and whose bright topped sig nal poles crown our ocean headland. When the computations are completed, the mate rials of the plane table and the hydrograph ic sheets are worked up in the drawing departm...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 March 1853

evening star. 0.0fflc# of the 44 Daily Evening Star,"*6th itroet, South of Penn. Avonua. Weekly Calendar* Days length 11 hour* and 42 minntcs. sex. MittCS. | MOOX RISKS. RISES. 13 Sunday | 14 Monday | 6-? T..ACikV. v.l 15 Tuesday !6 Wrdne?day 17 Thursday.. 1} Friday 19 Saturday 65 64 6.3 SITS. 5.51 5.52 5 53 5.55 5.57 5.58 9.53 10.52 11 51 morn. 0.50 1.46 6.1 | 5.59 i 2.40 Local Affaire. Panoramas.?There are now exhibiting in our city two of the most beautiful works 0f this description it has been our fortune witncss; and the way in which they are appreciated speaks well for the taste and understanding of the Washington people. q0 t0 either the 'Mississippi' or the 'Glance at the World,' and their respective halls of exhibition will be found filled with a dis criminating and respectable audience. We would highly recommend this species of information for the purpose of 'teaching the young ideaas such an appeal to the senses will have more effect on the youthful mini than piles of wel...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 March 1853

~?AIEY FV EN 1WB STSK. . M him on tb^VVcct&ifl't.* But 0?0 I what it U to be ailing, ailing aU the,time, and to have do comfort, and nothing to do you good. I'm a poor, feeble creature!" "Crank! crash! jingle?-jingle crash /'^was the sound that followed these words, evi dently from the breaking of crockery below Ll 2- i - ' ? and . ? A i* ' I stairs. "The careless hussies!" exclaimed Mrs. j Beeswax, in a rage, starting from the easy chair with a vigor and quickness quite ex traordinary for an "invalid." ' - ? 1] ' ? Like a tigress she bolted from the room, i and frightful echoes of her loud, shrill voice I in the kitchen, immediately after, aud the screams of the servant giris, admonished me to make precipitate departure. ~r PUTNAM'S MONTHLY. fpiIE SUBSCRIBERS, respouding tu the repeated I and urgently expressed wi-h of eminent and ju dicious persons in various sections of the country, hiiVf decided tj commence on Uu. jimt of January ^ lfci?:j. an entirely origiuai Periodical, u...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 March 1853

VOL. 1. MlliO ?iNG~sf A R, WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1853. NO. 73. DAILY EVENING star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, EXCEPT SUNDAY,) On 6tU street, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. tkrms of subscription : Subscribers served by the carriers at six .eals A *eek. payable weekly. To mail sub -oribcrs #>.?>0 a year; $2 tor six months. terms of advertising. for -?-v- n tin** or *"'!r fourteen lines or less. I 1 insertion $0 50 1 .. ?:% I 2 ?* 75 " .. 50 3 " 100 75 j 1 week I 50 . V 1.00 i *? J.00 I - " 150 3 " 2.50 \ .. 1 2.00 4 '? 3.00 ? l'.?"0 1 year 30 00 KaWU&A *EM?NT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! $500 PREMIUM. ? Hl'RKS.SKU is i am w.th th*? controlling influence | *liicii l- ex rrisej by stc tine arc*' upon th.^direc . u,i.ie*tiuy of bunao alF.irs, it ha-* given in> in r j:, ^i?-asuri; t > wit ess the Ihjuu iful manner in .a: ii. troui ii net ? tiaie. paiotiug and statua y have -,i c.?cour.iged aud rewarded by tae Councils of the -n. iiut. vrbiic thi-i ?...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 March 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: .. MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1853. WaahUi|toii Improvements. Some unpatriotic scribbler, whom the gods, ia a moment of madness, have per mitted to get temporary possession of a press and some types in a northern city, has made a puny and pitiful assault on the Na tional Legislature, on account of its very proper course in the matter of its recent appropriations for the District of Columbia. One would think that no sane man having a spark of love of country burning in his bosom, or possessed in his heart of one pul sation of gratitude to the memory of the immortal Washington, would be found in all this broad land to assail Congress for the discharge of their duty in making pro vision for the protection of the public property at the national capital, and a be coming care for the buildings of the people. But we are very sorry to be compelled to add that this northern penny-a-liner is an exception among ail our countrymen. He is the first and only man out of the twenty...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 March 1853

KVEXiNG star. [g. Jffice of the " D kily Eveuiag Star," 6th itrddt, South of Peaa. Avenue. Weekly Calendar. tff OJtys U*'jth 11 hours and 42 n,i%nUs. 8 us. u i ?.ca. JfOOS rises . RlstS. I H..Ts. i 15 ! 5UU?1 IT c.9 ii .io j'l y 15 Tue^lav ]ri U. ilne?day 6 5 17 ?hur-<l*y 6 4 is ! Fr?l<?y 63 ji j^turliy ???? ^-1 Local Affair*. Qlmce at 'he World.?We ar-? gratified to observe that the most beautiful 44View of tjie World," which has been delighting our good people for several weeks past, will re main ? ^ *.vs longer. A large number of families ?? 1 schools have hitherto been pre vented !>)' the Great Fair and other engage merits from attending this great work of art. Mr>>i no* that the Fair has been brought to a successful termination, we shall expect to *ee the OH Feilow's Hall even more crowded than usual. And most certainly those who do attend wiil not regret the ex pcnditure of lime and money, as they will ?j e a punting which will be long remem Fredas a -thing of b...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 March 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. bo sleep to-night and dream of your fair bride straggling in the arms of her new husband, as be presses her snowy bosom to his Tile flesh, and may her scream for succor ring in your years and you be locked in the strong embrace of a hideous night mare and unable to wake." Leave me, or I shall dash out your brains against the wall and become a parracide! shouted Morris, springing at his unnatural father, who retreated from the room and locked the door after him, leaving Morris almost insane with horror and fearful an ticipations lest his father should carry his terrible plan into execution. \To be Continued.] PUTNAM'S MONTHLY. THE SUBSCRIBERS, responding to the repe;.ted and urgently expressed wl*h of eminent and ju dicious persons in various sections of the country, have decided t J commence on the fir st of January. 1863, an entirely original Periodical, under the above title. It is intended to combine the lighter characteristics of a popular magazine with the h...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 March 1853

DAUOvENING starT - washington. itc? tuesdayTmarch ? no DAILY evening star. PUBLISHED EVEBY AFTEBNOON, (EXCEPT SDN DAY,) On 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. terms of subscription : Subscribers served by the carriers at six .eQts i week, payable weekly. To mail sub scriber s $3.00 * year; $2 for six mouths. TEKMS or ADVERTISING. !??<* ^veii l'nes or k*88' For fourteen lines or less. . 1 insertion $0.50 I 2 " 75 3 " .. 1.00 1 week 1.50 2 " 2.00 3 " 2.50 4 *' 3.00 I year 30.00 I i**rti?n ?> " /l ? .4 50 1 week rear to LrtO 1.50 2.00 ia.oo I 1 E\COUEAuEM?NT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! 8300 PREMIUM. \irii.KL> as 1 ?m with the controlling influence winch i-> exercised by the tine arts upon the direc pn ,ud destiny of human aff.tirs, it has given nie in - ut- pleasure to witness the bountiful maimer in *L!eU. tro:u timet > time, painting and statuaiy have .^n encouraged and rewarded by tue Councils of the Hat. while this acknowledgment is due to the dis |r...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 March 1853

springing upon the negroe> be buried the weapon in his heart. The poacher sprang forward to prevent him but a like instru ment in the hands of Frahcis found its deadlj way into the side of the desperado, who fell weltering in his gore. "Now hare you learned what the despi sed boy dare do?" asked Morris, and con tinued, " If you hate not, you have only to stand in my way or attempt to arrest my progress, and you shall share the fate of your despicable toolsand taking the hand of his wife, he descended the stairs, followed by his father and Francis. \To be Concluded in our next."\ TASTINGS OF PUNCH. A Mine of Wealth.?The last intelligence from the mining districts informs us that there is no difficulty in finding quartz. Vie wish some enterprising individual would convert the quartz into wine bottles, which are, at present, little better than pints. The Susceptibilities of Foreigners.?All the clowns have been strictly prohibited from making use in any of the pantomimes of the famil...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 March 1853

evening star. J. office of the "Diily Evening Star," 0th ^ Soutli of Penn. Avenne. Weekly Calendar. Sg- D<*!/s hours and 00 minnUt. march. SO'. MOON'RISES. RISES. SETS. ~T~T.t 6.00 , 6.00 | 3.29 6.UI ; 412 Cd?~- 1 M7 : ?#* ? ??? Wednesday i 5 j6 6-u4 I 525 ,nr",lay 5 55 6.05 ! full. ?r? : ; "3 6.07 | 6.50 ! 5.52 - ?.<? ? *.n Local AffAlra. r,ir Working men.?We are glad to see our i.chanic3 at work to establish such an as ^iation as will be beneficial to all. At a ee'inz recently held at Temperance Hall, society formed and the following gen >-nen elected officers, temporarily : Presi . r Mr. Richmond; Vice President, Mr. ackson; Secretary, Mr. Hood; Treasurer, - Rapley. A committee was appointed manage the affairs until the final organi :;0n of the association. This movement l3 nothing to do with any "Strike" at resent. But a fu l statement of the ob , j3 of the Society will be made at the -it meeting in Temperance Hall, on Wed ??l;iv evening next, where we hope to see host ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 March 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. Oh, Horrid.?An anonymous correspon dent sends us the following. We don't wish to be responsible for it: "I see it noticed in the New York papers, that the gallant Col. Charles May, of Palo Alto memory, has ^ust been united in the bonds of matrimony with Miss Law, daugh ter of the celebrated capitalist of that name. It i3 without doubt a lawful marriage, which will put all the laws of this country in favor of the Colonel. Maybe he is not a lawmaker himself! Law, sirs, maybe there won't be an increase in the corps Of law yers ? Oh, law me, May ! Laus matrimo nial?matrimonial clause. The merry, merry May ! Allow me, aw, the pleasure ?aw! Oh, May! How could you! My feelings overcome me. Boy, a yard of crape! May May's shadow never be less?may he always follow the law. His dragoon jacket!" Maid of Athens preserve us! Is there no law against such attempts?N. O. Pic. PUTNAM'S MONTHLY. THE SUBSCRIBERS, responding to the repeated and urgently expressed wish of eminent and...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 March 1853

VOL. 1. MIREvening star. WASHINGTON, D. C.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1853. NO. 75. DAILY evening star. < PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) On 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Subscribers served by the carriers at six cents a week, payable weekly. To mail sub scribers $3.50 a year; $2 for six months. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. For seven lines or less. For fourteeu lines or less. 1 in*?rtiou $0.25 ; 1 insertion $0.50 1 '? - ^ u 50 1 ?rt*k.~ 75 ?j " ... 1.00 ;j 2 u - ... <o 3 " 100 1 week 1.50 2 u 2.00 3 '' *I' 3 " 2.50 I " 2.00 4 *? 3.00 1 year 15.00 I year 30.00 I E5C0UEA(iEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! $500 PREMIUM. M 1'R ESS ED as I am with the controlling influence v. men i-t exercised by the fine arts upon the direc tion ami lestiny of human affairs, it has given mf in tuit* pleasure to witoess the bountiful manner in >,& ??, from Uin?* t) time, painting aud statuary have i?*n encouraged uad rewarded by tue Councils of ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 March 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: +*+ WEDNESDAY, MARCH'23, 1863. Tike New York Appointiueut** There appears to be a gjoJ deal of diffi culty in Washington in relation to the dis ? * * posal of the officers ia the gift of the Presi dent, connected with New York, from the antagonisms that have recently sprung up between the party, "powerful in its strength but tceak in its dissensions. We give the names of the prominent candidates for the different posts, several of whom are here at present: Collector. Messrs. Cisco, W. B. McCIay, A. H. Mickle, and Schel. U. S. District Attorney. Lorenzo B. Shepherd, John McKean, and West. Naval Officers. C. S. Bogirdus and Chas. A. Clinton. Surveyor of the port. Daniel D. Briggs, John J. Munford, Daniel A. Delavan, and Jno. B. Davis. Post Office. Gen. Storm, ex judge Wa terbury, and ex-judge Vanderpool. Marshal. Captain Itynders, Enoch E. Camp, and Anthony J. Bloecher. Navy Agent. Hon. Emanuel B. Hart, J. V. Fowler, and James Suydam. The salary of Collector ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 March 1853

KVtiX NG STAR, yj. j&i*of tae ? il viiy &Y?aiaf dear," t?Lh ?rfjt, aoiiM t'eaa. *venae. VTeekly Calendar. lenyth 12 knurs ai<xl ?A) n.i\mtes " 3b*. j|V CH. MOO* USES. Risks. S.Ts. . " T7[77 V ti.O) i 6.00 , a.** ? io .i *?> i i j "?" i 6 03 ? i-'l - .f diie-J?y 6.?.4 I b.sS |ltrr *?)' full. :* p>?T...._ j 5 ? ! 6.v7 6..\0 -bturJnf ' O-5'J 1 6.''S j 8.1:t Ijwval \ITilr?. f,e 7 at re. ?Tlit! attractive pieces put ?'tb "v that energetic c tterer to the p*il?lic ?H'e. ''r ^enn?' am* * so,irc? of recre ire e"j ?)'UiM|t' wit'1 l*M arr*y ?f talent printed t rough the dranuUit person*. *!io appear on our boards, the Theatre ,lightly draws highly fashionable audiences. We ?re g!;??l io ti. tl the services of the man ;l_fL.r so 1 sppreciit d, and the talents of ,[j . stuck c iHip-iiij, since the opening of ?he sea",n i?tv<d vays been weli supported y,vH or t v ? of no inferior hi-gf.ru I? Nitrite's "Timothy Toodles,'" last evening it* hii-u ?ruu*, and his rich personation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 March 1853

f'r.WJ '<<?? t t Vy .R <~v - - # * T> C*?**v IW* I V,vi . ?fV-\#V?*N,-.V* ?? afecttHt UOt I -? ,\ r- *mr CU3- i trW?? Of; .., i.? uearly pro-1 ??'.?> tod oar ports! >* :s*a.j?.\ any foreign nation in ?V >v^.-,? *?*n>rt me must hook tbe pad- ! ivi /.: ?**<?* to the staple of production. * Vr >,*rfcK\r* noulti be in small danger of j .vuni shot, it* we allowed them to thfet their grape. Kngl&ud is right in requiring Englishmen j to do their duly in the time of war; but it | is quite another thing to pay it in time of ? i I peace. A Kr.oi'y point.?A young lady says '? that m a vacating match the vessels run so ! manv knot* that she should tliink that the ! I results of j he race would be all tics. ? ! /7Jtis jo f ii'* ^TO'i/iVs }f-ill.?Why does! i ?ot the iivery of t?e metropolis establish a United D^mwStic Service Club ? The idea \ looks prontisiug on the first plush. ? i Trie Empire, of >fjck Ketch. ?Italy hns ! t sometimes been called iho Carueu ...

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