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fltCInl of Ireland . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
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JEAMES' 80 NG . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
JEAMES 80 NG . When moonlight o er the azure seas In soft effulgence swells , When silver jews and balmy breeze Bend down the Lil y s bell ; When calm and deep , the rosy sleep Has lapt your soal in dreems , R Hangeline ! B lady mine : Dost thou remember Jeames ? I mark thee in the Marble All , Where New York s loveliest shine I say the fairest of them hall Is lovely Hangeline . My soul , in desolate eclipse , With reoollection teems—And then I hask , with weeping lips , Dost thou remember Jeames ? Away ! I may not tell thee hall This soughring heart endures—There is a lonely sperrit-call That sorrow never cures ; There is a little , little star , That still above me beams : It is the star of hope—but R 1 Dost thou remember Jeames Y An Inquisitive Fellow . —A correspondent wishes to know if President Pierce returned the umbrella he borrowed on the day ofhis reception . We never meddle with matters that dont concern us . Ask some of the Sunday paper * . * • • * * • Highfalutin Talk ....
OUT Plebeian Theatres [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
OUT Plebeian Theatres He who stabs tn the dark Is worse that a tbiofi An anonymous writerinthe Tribune of Saturday last , treated the readers of that journal to a long article on the subject of cheap theatres , &amp; c , wherein he made assertions which he kitew , whilst penning the article , to be utterly false . A writer who has not the manliness or courage to give name , is hardly worth the notice of any honorable person , bat as the writer aforesaid , in his abuse of certain cheap places of amusements in our city , has been endorsed by the proprietors of the Tribune , our readers will pardon us for the few remarks we have to make . The Bowery , the National , and the St . Charles Theatres ae the theatres at which are huned the raaliaous shafts of the aforesaid writer s debtuched and corrupted mind , and the Bow ? ry seems to have given him the greatest cause for opposition . We suppose this writer to be one of those kind of gentry whose sde delight is sensuality and the ...
A M V S E II E N T S . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
A M V S E II E N T S . The Opera . The present opera season opened under good auspices , Castle Garden on the first night being pretty well filled . . Sine- thiT j with the exception of the night on which the President and suite visited the Garden , the audiences have not been so largv . The singing of Sontag has not been what it once was , nor will all the paid criticisms be able to convince tho public that she is the prima donna . Her days of superiority have passed , and though she may still be enabled to get through the task assigned her , yet she will fail to create any great furore as a great singer . Steffanone has , if anything , improved since we last had the pleasure of listening to her , and in her performance of Norma , those who were present were regaled with a musical repast not often furnished in this city . Amalia Patti , ( now Mad . Strakosch ) who is at all times a great favorite with tho Now York opera goers , has also improved since she last appeared here , aud a...
Harper ' s Magazine . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
Harper s Magazine . Opposition among the Setailcn . There appears to be at present , and we understand there has been for some time past , a great dejd of opposition among book and periodical dealers , in the sale of Harpers Magazine . Some of them have been foolish enough to offer the magazine to customers or others at 15 cents per copy , the exact wholesale price charged by the Harpers to the trade . Now wh y is this ? No one can afford to sell the work for 15 cents , and live by it , if the said work ia honestl y bought and paid for . Some dealers may possibly make a small per centage by buying a thousand copies at once , but otherwise to make anything by selling the work at 15 cents , without intending to defraud those from whom they purchase , it is impossible . The Harpers , if they wish the character and standing of their magazine to continue as it has heretofore , should either make the work a 15 cent book , or otherwise refuse selling it to those persons who wish to take th...
Extraordinary Water . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
Extraordinary Water . A party of reporters made a wager with us a few days since , that we could not make a good joke inside of 24 hours . We commenced on Tuesday night at 10 o clock , and at 6 o clock the following ovening had invented the following : Why are porters and reporters alike 1 Because they all puff and blow for a living ! It is needless to add that wo composed the above good thing , all alone , by ourself , totally unassisted , and no one near us except the committee appointed to see that all was done on the square .
That Presidential Shower . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
That Presidential Shower . During the procession last week , the President of the United States and the Editor of the New-York Clipper , were unfortunately caught in that heavy shower of rain , and had it not been for the kindness of some gentlemen on Broadway wflo loaned , the President an umb ** llii « nd raised an awning over the EJ »*« r , both of us would have been drenched to the skin . It was an interesting sight to witness a President and a Queen walking along Broadway together . It was a sight seen but once
Jealonsy-lntitators . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
Jealonsy-lntitators . It is useless for others to attempt an imitation of an article , when it is so well known that the real thing itself can be purchased at a cheaper rate than the counterfeit article . So it is with the beautiful daguerrian hats of Messrs . Rafferty &amp; Leask , of 57 Chatham street , and at the corner of Chatham and Pearl streets . Since the introduction by this firm of daguerreotype likenesses of purchasers in their hats , the increase in their business has been surprising , and this has caused a spirit of jealousy in other hatters , and all sorts of imitations have been resorted to by those to deceive the public , but all to no purpose , as it is well known that no other hatters , but Rafferty &amp; Leask , have the privilege of inserting daguerreotype likenesses in hats , as a patent has been applied for by them , which secures them against all imitations . Success cannot fail to follow enterprise .
Must hang . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
Must hang . In these days , when capital puuishment is so frequentl y resorted to , for the prevention of crime in the highest grade , it is a source of gratification to know the Mexican Mustang is all that is necessary for the cure of some of the worst ills that flesh is heir to . Read elsewhere and satisfy yourselves .
THE CLIPPER—ENLARGED . The Sporting Journal of New York . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
THE CLIPPER—ENLARGED . The Sporting Journal of New York . After three months endeavor to make a paper suited to the wants of a large portion of the citizens of New York , we think we may safely say we havo succeeded . The smallness of the sheet , however , was oatdrawback to our enterprise , as the want of room compelled us to omit much rich sportng matter , or to curtail it to such an extent as to render it less attractive to the reader , and mortif ying to ourselves . To obviate this difficulty , we have enlarged our paper | to a good size , and will now be able to give still greater satisfaction to a large and con stantly increasing number of patrons , whoss aid has tended to place the Cli pper in the rank it now holds with the weekl y journals of New York . Tho increase in tho price was necessary to enable us to meet the extra expense attendant upon the [ enlargement , and to employ additional reportcis in th « news department . The Clipper will now be enabled to keep the public...
SECOND MATCH BETWEEN FLORA TEMPLE AND TACONY , UNION . COURSE , LONG ISLAND . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
SECOND MATCH BETWEEN FLORA TEMPLE AND TACONY , UNION . COURSE , LONG ISLAND . TOEBDAY , JOLT 19 . —The trotting match between Flora Temple and Tacony , 2 miles and repeat , in harness , for a purse of $ 1 , 000 , came off on Tuesday , and was witnessed by a large concourse of spectators . Flora Temple won the first heats , and of course carried off the purse . The lirst heat was made in 4 : 59 , but the second boat Flora had it all her own way , and came in a winner without any exertion , Tacony being in fact • no where . The match last week between these trotters resulted in favor of Tacony , but the knowing ones who had lost money on the first race , had their eyes open tight , and determined to make up their losses , which tbey did , with a considerable surplus over . One gentleman who lost $ 5 , 000 on the match last week , won $ 10 , 000 on Tuesday , and so it was with many others . A large amount of money changed hands .
Regatta at Uoboken . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
Regatta at Uoboken . According to announcement , a regatta , composed of yachts belonging to New York B , nd / vicinity , came off yesterday . Seven I 0 h entered . The distance sailed was to Bedlow s Island , and repeat . The prizes ; three in number , were $ 50 , 010 , and $ 5 . The following boats entered , viz .: Naomi , Gypsey , Greenville , White Pigeon , Captain , C . Y . Clickncr , Sherwood . They all got fairly under weigh , and ifter performing the distance named , came In as follows : I . Sherwood awarded the prize of * 50 J . Greenville § 10 I . White Pigeon $ 5 » . C . V . Clickner &gt;• Gypsey , this boat met with an accident o the breaking of her boom . \ Naomi . . ) Another Hatch . ahe Greenville and Gypsey sail a match aVriday , at 2 o clock , for 850 .
ikft UNION BOAT CLUB REGAT - TA . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
ikft UNION BOAT CLUB REGAT- \ TA . Tlis regatta , which came off on Saturday tft &gt;^ V participated in by nine boats . The lobta wU won by John E . Hunt , sailed 7 M « srs &gt; M « Laughun and Bigelow . ANOTHER YACHT . The Xieht Mystery , of Salem , has been Phased b y Chai . A . Stetson , end sailed • r ^ New York on Saturday last r ¥ Wl RSOATT * OS THE SKA . VEATKLKS ^ • Mhe Skaneateles Boat Club would inouicStnat their annual regatta will come e • f * $ k **» teles lake on the 4 th of u 8 us ; 7 ext ; at one o clock , P . M . The re- * u **« n to all boat * j „ the State , of v T twenty ^ eet in length : Wit efi t ^ ile l 60 r ^—d , U rfjh . th , rd ,,, 0 i payable ili % edaU ^ equivalent in nitl ( at the 0 ptiW of HBB ^ sful party . B &gt; order cf the Clubi III WtKOnondago Co . -y ., Julv 5 &gt; 1 S 53 &gt;
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
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The American Deer . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
The American Deer . We have not yet received the account of the race for the Championship of England . Frost , the present champion , and Jackson , the American Deer , were the parties to run . ; - - &gt;_ . . - 8 h « i DAKwit i A ^ young lafly ii / Albany , who recentl y rescued x child fronrf wagon with which a J horse had rim ^ Xj , i &gt; *&lt;» be presented with • BusWad aadaJeJ / e / AoreTcji /
Caught Him ! [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
Caught Him ! An editor commenting on the poor reception Mrs . Stowe met with at Paris , says , come home , Mrs . H . B . 8 ., and we will generously offer you extensive apartments in the lunatic asylum . We knew the authorities were on the look out for the crazy editor who made the above offer , but we had no idea that he bad been caged already . It was a bitter deed .
Is it so ? [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853
Is it so ? We understand that the young woman injured at the Hi ppodrome a few ni ghts since , died on Monday . W r ho will be the next martyr at the Hippodrome ? These deaths are suffered to pass unnoticed by the authorities , whose duty it is to enquire into these things .