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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 March 1853

IVtlf.Y evening Star. ;J3 tS-i&D EVja nr AFTERNOON, :L.\ 'KPf S- NDAY.) j2 3; i street. *c.ith of Paua. avenue, ISV lOStiPtJ U T V FE. tj.bmjs of ftiTB4c:tiPTiox : ? -ib-j-rribTi served by the carriers ai six *rek. juvHble weekly. To mail sub . -rib-Ts Jw * jenr; $2 t-?r six months. TtliMS OF ADVKKTISlNG. *? x n less. f r fourujen lidrg nr ie.sfc. f" } 1 in.-, r ion $0 50 >( .'4 *? "* 75 50 '? '* 1(H) K. J *eek i 5(i ?<>J j! - " v.00 ...? ? ' 50 '! ?? " ......... 'j,5u 1 ** tt.OO , ?tr - I ?' *> ? ye.r ;*)IR> ? vjj;il ?ilx.> f id. .Ua vICaN fuhlXO A \ lit:, a ! $300 PHtiJllUJl. . . .if ?> i ? .? w a ii Iujx .dlU'N.ce t ' !?1 i r if*''- i>y it ? fiui* >r d'tjittri b-* irt-c a i ??-ii.ij A ? iiT'i.r, i. iu'.ireu ui j?i l #-C efrf iU<- ?? lill i ui JiHU'll r ID .. ???>..I .1 ??? c ? U ?<?. ;?ttl UJld status y b?v ?, I* -oar .$>? ?! ? -t a W4;?l- d hy t l* \ ou.ici ? of* lue ? >U ??!. ,a *;'ii ? rUi *c n *1 d/iu ; ?i m d ie t>*h?dis ii .j...

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. — 24 March 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: 1 ?%?-?? THURSDAY, MAKCfl 24, 18o8. Popular Lecture*. One of our exchanges anys that lecturing appears to be highly popular at the present time. Many noted personag s have been engaged, during the past winter, in deliver ing discourses upon various topics the most prominent of whom are Meagher, the exiled Irish patriot; Thackeray, the English novelist; Alfred Bunn, the manager for many years of D.ury Liue Theatre; Riy mond, the editor of the New York Times: Whipple, the essayist: Park Benjamin, formerly editor of the New World; and Saxe and Holmes, th? comic poets. All of these gentlemen have everwhere attracted large audiences. We are pleased to notice this evidence of correct popular taste, and trust that a love for intellectual entertain m<nts will soon pervade our whole people, as nothing more clearly indicates the true character of a nation than the *mount of encouragement it bestows upou amusement* calculated to improve the mental faculties. We hop...

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. — 24 March 1853

11VEN.NG ST A It. ?j. jifijeof U3 " D .ily &vdaiag itar," 6 Ji .?f Soath of ?ean. /xvanue. Weekly Calendnr. tf hours aud UO n.i*ntes. SL'.N. M l'.?CU> ;Jlll y load y ra?f"i?y .V due-lay ?hur<^y f >1 >y .Mturii.v Ki.st.it. a. To. MOON RISES. Lock! A ?T ?lr?. n< 7Y Tiftre ? I* il J>rdin's benefit j.^3 n':?ce this cveiling?give him a '-bum As a cumin* dian, his high talents tve scared a popularity upon our hoards j t ^iH in-ttre him that share of public 1froii?rre to which he is so eminently enti i i[e presents a l.igh'y attractive ??hill" ; *ir!i -urli a trump c ard ks the inimita IJurke, in the character of of Iciiibod r i?e , tl.tr "school master" of Washington . j cannot tail to in ike an 4timpr. ssiou." ,e hespeak for Mr Jordan a full and re jtctuble bouse. \fic )l"rket //ow^. ?Our suggestion, we ^ glj.d to perceive, in relation to a new raikt-r, ate b? ing carried out, as will be Mantel by 'he following resolutions, :,i Vm1 ?n ameidmei t, at :l?e last meetin...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 March 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Let Her Rip.?Not long ago, General Avalos, tlic Mexican commmduut at Mnta moras, not:fied the Texans, on this side ol the Rio Grande, that if the people ??f BrownsviUe did not atop firing at the senti nels, on the Mexican fide, he would bombard the town. The notification addressed to Justice McLane promptly met the. fol'owiug laconic response: [official.] Brownsville. Jan. 11, 1853. Dear General?We have received jour appreciable note of this date. Let her rip I (Signed) E. J. McLane, Justice of nc Peace for Cam'u Co., Texas. [The annexed is the report furnished us by Spoke Shave, esq , which we were com- I pelled to postpoue yesterday : ? Cm. Sun. To the Hontsttrablc Ton Co/isil of Fuoltown? ! I wish to Get your Intention drawed to a I Yerry Important Subject that I think aims at the tokal Instruction of Our Corporation j and I wish to be Iustinctly Understood, that I do not wish to Extinguish myself, on this Important Subject, of Inquisition of Terri ; tory call...

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. — 25 March 1853

.J__ ~ r ' ; ? 1. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1853. NO. 77. DAILY EVENING STAR. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) Oa 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, 13V JOSEPH B. TATE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Subscribers served by the carriers at six ears a week, payable weekly. To mail sub .ribers ?>?.?.-30 a year; s>2 for six months. TCR3IS OF ADVERTISING. ?, r lines or iess. For fourteen lines or lest,. ?a*rU,a r J insefUoa $0.50 ' ? ?% "t\? - ?* io :'_J v " i.oo , 1? 1 1.50 ? ? V' -f " *?<*> i-?0 ? " 2.50 ~'J? 4 " ' , l;0 : 1 V ?r i\0 0o SCOtf&AGEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! $3 00 PREMItai. WRfc-SEU as 1 am with the controlling influence wu:c!i h exi-rcised by th;* tine arts upon th<; direc .ii'i of human affairs, it has given m**in ???* to Witness the bountiful'manner in trun uaie t > time, painting and statuaiy have ea .cvur i-i-.i and rewarded by Lao Councils of the ili >ii? it. while this acknowledgment is due to the dis :i jai worthy patron...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 March 1853

* ii I?? EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: ??? FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1853. * European Affairs. Our exchaji *es are teemiDg with indig nant commentaries on the course of the Austrian government towards the expati ated exiles, that now are dwelling under British protection in London, and other parts of England. Mazzini's proclamation to the Milanese has provoked that tyranni cal power to atrocities, that are only worthy of the days of the worst barbarism. It is rumored that Russia, Austria, and France, intend to demand Kossuth, Mazzini, and the other patriots, under the provisions of the rendition treaties with those powers, and should England refuse, they will withdraw their Ministers from the Court of St. James and London. The aspect of affairs in Europe give strong indications of the revival of the dif ficulties of 1848. The spirit of disaffection among the oppressed masses but sleeps?it is not dead. It is contrary to human na ture, that the over-taxed and ground-down people of Christendom can...

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. — 25 March 1853

evening star Office of tho " D^ily Evening Star," 6th street, South of Penn. Avenue. Weekly Calendar. Days length 12 hours and 00 minntcs. ,n Hv 6-00 6-?? ! 3/29 tPs>?? ts us ? 1,4 6.04 412 4.51 5 25 2> Tuesday .y> Wednesday 5 56 "4 Thur*Jay ' 5 55 j 6.03 I fuu. % Friday 5 53 ' 6.07 } 6.50 '?6 Saturday 5.52 0.08 j 8.13 Local Affairs. The Theatre.?Mr. Jordan's benefit last ! eTeniRg was, as we anticipated, a "bumper rVCry available place of accommodation was hm fall, and the tribute was justly due to -he inimitable talents of this popular come Burke performed with his usual ability, and his beaciit takes place this evening- He puts forth a highly attractive c ,r]__"Breach of Promise," "The Lady of ;!ie Lions," and "Crammond Brig." The house will be crowded from pit to dome this evening. The Father of Waters.?The splendid Panorama of the Mississippi will remain f.r the balance of the week at Iron Hail. This painting is by far the most elegant of kind ever exhibited in this ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 March 1853

DAILY :SVENING STAB. ^?? 1 an A Cask op Delirium Tremens. A good story is told about a chap that was made to believe he had the delirium tremens. He It-id periodical drinking frolics, when he made himself beastly drank, and remained eo for weeks together, when he would come out sober, and keep as straight as a string for a long period. His friends determined ; to break this up, if possible. They told him he was in imminent danger of delirium tremens. He did not believe them, but he promised to reform. One night they found him in bed very drunk. They caught a huge rat, and fas tening themselves up with it in his room, ie: it run as soon as he began to get sober enough to know what he was about. They then roused him, and persuaded him to get up and dress. Scarcely had he commenced uv-fore his ratship scampered over the floor. He hated rats intensely. Sober in a mo ment, and intent only upon killing the creature, he was instantly in hot pursuit with a bootjack, breathing out threatenin...

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. — 26 March 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1S53. NO. 78. DAILY evening star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) On 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, 13V JOSEPH B. TATE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Subscribers served by the carriers at six cents a week, payable weekly. To mail sub gcriofrs $o.50 a year; lor six mouths. Til 11-MS OF ADVERTISING. for seven lines or less. For fourteen lines or less. i in.M-rtiou $0.25 1 insertion 50.50 :! " " 75 3 4i 1.U0 ' r>- k 1 week 1.50 - JV? - '? i 2.00 . " '-**9 '* 44 2.50 '* --00 4 '? 3.00 ' r^r 1 1 year ^0 0<) J. vsco USAiEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALEKi! $r,00 PKUniUill. i-l> a* 1 am w,th the controlling inSuence | wliica b ex r.'iseJ l?y itr tine arts' upon tiid uireo U1 .i.?iiuy of human affairs, it ha> j^iveu me iu > plea.-u-i* t' witiiss the houn itul manner in ,-ii, troui ti.iu; t > time, painting ami statuai y have ouraged and rewarded by t^e Councils of the xati'ju. ,;ac, while this ack\i j...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 March 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1853. The Evening S tar. The rapid circulation in this District, afforis us deep gratification. We have now reached our seventy-eight number. W e be lieved that a field was open here for the spread of "local intelligence," and we thought it advisable to try it. Some of the 44 letter writers"?that class of persons who figure so extensively in the columns of the outside press?have lately made it a reproach upon the Washington press, "that news from Washington, is to b? considered news in Washington." To chronicle local events and mirror up the passing news of the day, has been the ob ject of our starting the Star. Its rapid success, will but prompt us to introduce a variety of improvements, so as to make it an organ that will fully suit the local wants of our citizens. Our local department will be attended to with greater care, and it shall be our ambition to have every thing occur ing in our midst, chronicled up to the hour of going to pr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 March 1853

EVENING STAR. ?gr Office of the '4 D^ily Evening Star," 6th s:rset, South of Penn. Avenue. Weekly Calendar. & Days length 12 hours and 00 minutes. i SUN. V VRCH. MOOX RISES. RISES. SETS. SunJ?y 6.00 6.00 21 Monday 5.59 6.01 j Tuesday 5.57 6.03 Wednesday 5 56 6.04 Thursday 5 55 ! 6.05 5 53 i 6.01 jjtur lay 5.5J ' 6.08 Ffi-iay 25 3.29 4 12 4.51 5.25 full. 6.50 8.13 Local Aflfnlrg. JJrutal treatment.?Yesterday a report ^ in circulation that a woman had beat Qer daughter so as to cause her death. The c ,-e was before T. C. Donn, esq., who gave ui ti>e following information, which was .worn to before him : Mrs. Eleanor Peake was arrested charg ed with beating her daughter in such a dinner as to cause her death. Washing ton W?'ling ford, sworn, testified that on Monday the 21 st instant, about 3 o'clock, i>. in., was passing along 14th street, be tween II and I streets iu the city of Wasli when a woman hallooed from the u' per window of the house occupied by Mr. J. I'eake, au 1 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 March 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Marriage.?A practice prevails, in the publications of Marriages, to announce that Miss A, married Mr. B. It may be a species of gallantry to name the lady first, but it is entirely out of place. She does not marry the mau?the man marries her. The wo man only consents that he shall take her ; and in consequence of this willingness on her part to take upon herself all the cares of wedded life, the husband is required to cherish and protect her. The only promises contingent on the good conduct of the hus band. The Scripture mentions that "he took unto himself a wife," but we hear nothing aid about her taking herself a hus band. When Jacob set out on his travels in search of a wife, he found Rachel at the we'l, drawing water for the family. lie stood on no ceremony. He did not wait for the usual salutation of the day, or a formal introduction, but forthwith kissed her, "and lifted up his eyes and wept." The joy that overwhelmed him in finding such a pretty domestic g...

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. — 28 March 1853

DAILY evening star PUBLISHED EV?*Y AFTEEIiOOX, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) On 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, JJV .JOSEPH 15. TATE. terms of subscription : ^Wribers served by the carriers at six . , week, payable weekly. To mail sab -s a year; lor six months. of advertising. ... v n ii; .s or iess. F.?r fourteen iiues or less. * ,.a $ >.'-0 1 insertion $0 50 - \ / ?> - - 04 y 2 ? ???????????? iO .">o tJ l.oo . \ 7"> l ?Mk 1 SO .. l.oo t ?? li.OO .. 1..70 i ki 2.50 2.oo * '? 3.00 1 i jear 3000 Sc jUY.A j?11 ? N'T TO AMERICAN PONTIC TALENT! $ Pittt.U IL3I. ;. I i ii v.mxi ill*; controlling influence ,-. ...c.i ? x r i- >'i l>y tp - line arid upon t he iiiivr , i k*Qay of iiu;a.i ? affairs, it |ia< L'iveu uiei.i t> Wit_osd the liuuu irul luaum r ia ir ?n i n t> tiairf. painting and statua y have . ? icuar ig~d au.i reward* d Oy t :e Councils of the ii 'i*? . r!ri -s ac'cn ?wl dgment is due to the dis t? tut 1 ?" it.iy patrons oi thesj noble art*, it is ? a ;i - ? 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. — 28 March 1853

Left to herself, Christine no longer re tained her grief. With convulsive sobs she t hrew herself on the hard pallet, and poured forth in the anguished of her heart an earnest prajer to the God of Mercy. By the time the bell tolled for vespers, she had ;u some degree recovered her composure. r,ut the flush of her cheek told of an inward struggle, whilst the unearthly lustre of her eye betokened that some great design held I ossessiou of her inmost soul. Quitting her lonely cell, the prosecuted maiden joined the throng that was hurrying towards the capel. On reaching the open court in which it was situated, the ground appeared covered with snow, which was fast falling, whirled hither and thither by the wind that howled through the trees. The night was dark and stormy. Thus far it favored Christine's purpose of instant flight. She had lingered behind the /est, and now paused on the threshhold of the house of prayer. The solemn tones of the anthem affected her; she hesitated, for the m...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 March 1853

evening star. ^ office of the ?1D?ily Evening Star," 6th -et, South of Penn. Avenue. Weekly Calendar. Days Unjth 12 hours and 18 minntes. march. SUN. RlSSd. | SETS. MOON RISES. * Sautl ?y ^ MoadiT j 'j Tae-lay. ! Weduesday j f *' Thur^Uy 5.46 Friday * Sat arday 54^ 6.09 6.10 6.12 6.13 6J4 6.16 6.17 9.29 1045 11.58 last qr. 1.06 2 06 2.57 Local Affair** The Squire?We hope the readers of the ; ir will excuse us for noticing him. We jj1)ai?ht we would lethim "blow on" awhile, e was so kind as to get an endorser for though we greatly feared that persons * >i'J suppose from his friendly conduct . / we were intimate, and such a supposi . u would surely ruin our credit. We want ,, shoulders but our own to bear our bur sas. We did not get our information from ,;lC "commanding officer at the Central Watch House," and the only reason for out suing so, is because of the absence of that :$jer from the city ; if he were present he c,ju!d defend himself. We hope we shall never be so mem, so un...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 March 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Life?What is it ??Change is the com i iOTi feature of society. Tlie world is like a magic lantern, or the shifting scenes of a panorama. Ten years convert the popula tion oi schools into men and women, the voung into fathers and matrons, make and , jaar f -rtunes, and bury the last generation hat oae. Twenty years converts infant s , iuto lovers, fathers, and mothers, decide i men's fortune*, and distinctions, convert j active men into crawling drivellers, and j bury all preceding generations. Thirty I i years rise in active generation from nonen- I ity, change fascinating beauties into bear able women, convert lovers into grand fa- I tiiers, and bury the active generation, or : reduce them to decrepitude and imbecility, i Forty years alas! change the face of all so- j c'.cty. Infani's are growing old, the bloom of youth and beauty has passed away, two | active generations have been swept from the stage of life, names so cherished are forgotten, unsuspected candi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 March 1853

NO. SO. DAILY EVENING star. PU3LISHED EVESY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) :jz 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, DV JOSEPH B. TATE. terms of subscription : -ibicrihers served by the carriers at six -.51 week, payable weekly. To mail sub . ,eri j, ;..jtJ a year; $2 for six months. T Kit MS OF ADVERTISING. - , vn liac* or less. For fourteen lines or less. . 1 insertion $0.50 **'2 - *' 75 ^ " l.l>0 7". 1 week 1.50 100 j 2 '? 'J.00 ? l-oO 3 '? 2.50 ?0<J 1 o.OO .1 '..m? 1 year 00 00 C0?2AiSai?^r TO AMEEICAN POETIC TALENi'! $500 PUEMIl'31. ;?s i am w.tlj thecontrolling influence 11- t liy ifce hu-? uriti upon tlit; direc u. i'^yuy "i huma 1 ;nTlira, it Iihs ^iven me iu :.- ir t ' witness the bountiful manner in 1; .1 Ii I!'- t > Lime. paioting and statuary hav? , ,11- i?' -i uui rewarded by tue Couucils of the rhil; thi* ackn -wl dgmmt is due to the dis : v rtliy patrons ut' these noble art.;, it is iti -"'.ire ? ?>t hu:ui ittiou and sorrow to itehold treat aoathv ant indilfren ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 March 1853

contrary, she advanced good humoredly to his side, and inquired if she should go on with the book she had been reading the pre vious eveniDg, or if he would rather chat, vfhile she worked. But the pleasure of lis tening to an interesting book was far great er to the weary man, than that of hearing tlie village gossip, and so Carrie read on til! bed time. Time passed on, and with it Mrs. Yates grew more careless, and fond of gossip ; Mrs. Jones a more devotod house slave ; and their husbands as a necessary conse quence, grew more attached to ale house company; while Carrie Fields pusued the even tenor of her way, contented, neat, cheerful and good tempered, her house a heaven of peace and happiness, to which her husband ever returned with pleasure, and herself most happy in making him so. One day Carrie was busily engaged in weeding her little garden, when Mrs. Yates passed by, and seeing her, paused to -'chat a bit." "You have not seen the new cloak Fields bought me on my birth-day,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 March 1853

KVEXING STAR. ^Oficeof the " Daily Evening Star," 6tli I?ses. South of Penn. Avenue. Weekly Calendar. ii- DJJS I'.njt'i 12 hours and 18 minntt*. SUN. SURCH. MOOX RISES. RISES. ! SETS. ! 5.51 5.50 TuesjUy ? ufi '>y >ion?l iv |" Willi*-'"'''1) , i har-*l?y ?? J\ - ... 5aturJ*y ?m * 6.U9 9.29 6.10 ; 1045 6.12 11.58 6.13 i last qr. 5.46 ' 6.i4 1.00 6.16 2?>6 6.17 1 2.57 5.41 Local Affairs. 71/ ranorami.?Our citizens who are . rj v.i traveling will have but few chances ?? ? ;i quick trip down the Mississippi. Tiie ^utiful Panorama will leave the city after Wednesday evening. Secure tickcts, or miss je trip Pit Girdiner Trial.?At noon to-day they Ifere discus-sing the objections of the de Flint's counsel to the admission of cert; in e::Je:ice off -red yesterday by the prosecu |r ,n. Theaudieuce was rather small. The '.rcuit Court has adjourned until Monday, b;h of April. Tit Bills?Last evening the Balls of the .firman Veagers" and the '-Old Colum i ' wore well attended, and pleas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 March 1853

? ? DAILY EVENING STAR. ? _____ Awards of the Metropolitan Mechan ics' Institute. [Continued.] M. Alden, Philadelphia, furnace blower, first rank?first diploma. This machine, we think, is possessed of the highest degree of merit. Joha Reese, gas apparatus, rank first? first diploma. G. W. bright, percussion cap machine, rank first?medal. W. P. Elliott, SennefTs weavers' harness, rank second?first diploma. G. R. Seely, wood bowl machine, rank first?first diploma. ?. Munson, Utica, N. Y., improved eye for millstone, rank first?first diploma. L. Bergman, brick press, rank first?first diploma. Gideon Hotchkiss, counter bridges, mill bush, tram blocks, &c., rank first?medal. ?. L. Bushnell, mechanical hand drill, rank second?first diploma. 11. W. Parker, method of banding pulleys and machines for sawing wood?medal. J. A. Fay & Co., mortising, boring, and tenoning machines, rank first?medal. Joseph White & Son, Baltimore, portable grist mill, rank first?medal. Joseph Striker, ...

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