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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

Continued from Ut jwff * . iruising abont all day- The only , vessels which started were therefore the following : — FIRST C IASS ABOVE 15 TONS . VACHT . ** « - OWNER •¦ ««» . l . Fau «— 25 Lone S . P « wey . - 2 M OSQUITO 59 Lord Londesboroug li Ware . BIV OMSTB 48 CraigieJ . I .. Harvey . SKCOXD CLASS USDBK 15 TOSS . l . VesrEii 15 Roberts , P . R « Mf3 . VSMM « K 15 Wheeler , C Hatcher . Lengthened by W hits . Half-minute time allowed for tonnage . No time above . 50 tons . The u = ual R . l . Y . C . regulation . Course , from Erith round the Note and back . T * e Phantom and Mosquito were nearest tb / South shore , the Volante having the sixth and much the worst station over to ihe North ; the Vesper and Vamp ire were below them , the Vesper to the southward . t There was a fine single reef breeze from the S . W . throughout the day , with occasional puffs of greater force , and the sun shone bright and strong until after the vessels had reached Erith , which is rather singular...

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« - ^» Birkenhead Model Facht Club . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

« - ^» Birkenhead Model Facht Club . ! The first sailing match of the season , for yachts of the second class , took place on Saturday afternoon , the 11 th inst ., in the Great Float , the prize being a handsome silver cup . In consequence of the drizzling rain , which had continued perseveringly to descend the whole of the day until the evening had somewhat advanced , the attendance of spectators and pleasure-seekers was limited . The following yachts were entered for the contest : — FIRST HEAT . —Little Wonder , rigged as a three-masted schooner , Mr . J . A . Crook , owner ; Scotia , rigged ss a lugger , Mr . George H . Robertson ; Anglia , rigged a * a three-masted schooner , Mr . W B . Aspinall ; Black Joke , rigged as a lugger * Mr . J . Watkins . SECOND HEAT . —Susan , two-masted schooner , Mr . Helentts Robertson ; Una , sloop , Mr . R . M . Grinnell ; America , two-masted schoonsr , Mr . R . M . Grinnell ; Will Watch , lugger , dr . J . Watkins . THIRD HEAT . —Ganymede , t...

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m . Launch of the Clipper Yaclts Zara and the Lily of the Test . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

m . Launch of the Clipper Yaclts Zara and the Lily of the Test . The first of these magnificent yacht schooners , constructed by Mr . \ Joseph White , for the Earl of Wilton , Comimdore of the R . Y . S ., was launched on Sakuiday , 26 th of June , at East Cowes , in tht presence of a goodly assenblage of specters . She ia a noble craft , and to judge of W appearance , somewhat lesembles the America in her lines . This yacht exceeds tie America in tonnage , and consequentl y his increased accommodation . At half-past 2 o clock , the Zara receive ! the baptismal , honors from Miss Susan Vhite , daughter of her builder . At the giron signal the dogshores were knocked iway , * and the majestic craft glided into hei destined element amid the cheers of thi spectators . Her dimensions are as follow * Length on deck 110 ft , breadth 24 ft 3 in , d pth 12 ft 3 in , and admeasures 111 tons iy tho new measure , and 280 by the old—sgreat disparity between the two modes , r , d we do not wonder...

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The Teteran Robert Fuller v . Time . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

The Teteran Robert Fuller v . Time . A match , says a morning paper , has been for some time pending , although kept as quiet as possible , in whieh the once celebrated Robert Fuller was backed for £ 100 to valk fair heel and toe 20 miles in 3 h and I 5 min . This trial of pluck and stamina gainst the common enemy , Time , came c ^ on Monday , the meeting taking place at tnQueen s Head , Denham , about a mile Y <\ Uxbrid ge . The attendance of spectat <* to witness the performance was connnecjio ab 0 ut a score or so , patrons of this manl ^ , asti me ( wj t | j some { ew rustj ca w j ) 0 bad ft scent of what was coming off . inougl con , parat ; veiy speafci , ^ so lew j n numberthe betting was of a heavy charac- j ter , one entleman alono speculating to the tune of 400 at ovens At about 4 0 , cJoek duller—I having to walk over a mile of ground—i ide n \ a appearance on the course , and , for at * 0 ld- UD , » certainly looked remarkably w | . On commencing th...

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Aquatics at Eton . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

Aquatics at Eton . We have received the following more lengthy account for the first heat of the grand race for the Challenge Silver Sculls and Presentation Cup , from a correspondent . Only nine boats appeared , and were handicapped into two rows , about a couple of lengths apart . FIBST now . — Sir M . Jackson , Gould , Mills , Proby . SECOSD . — Brandretli , Hudson , Wane , Collins mi , Pinkney . The start was excellent ; Warre got off first of his row , Brandreth next , Hudson bringing up the rear . Brandreth , however , was soon soused by running into Sir M ., who was swamped at the fourth stroke ; both were soon ri ghted , and Brandreth , though with a great hole broken in the stern of his boat , succeeded eventuall y in gaining the fifth place . A little fouling took place at the Clump , 8 nd Collins mi was overturned too far from the shore to allow of his bein < r righted in time to do any service , which was much regretted , as he had a very good chance . At the ...

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Doings at West Hill Park . Hallfav . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

Doings at West Hill Park . Hallfav . HALF MILK RACK FOR T « E GHAVPION S BELT . —This event came off tn JJonday last , and drew together about 4 ^) 00 spectators , many of tiem from various ; parts of the country , atd no doubt thee would have been double the number preselt had the day been finer . After several mifor iffairs had been disposed of , a handicap nte fcr a purse of money took p lace , and for vhch the following contended : — First feat won b y Dodgson of King s Cross , beiing Gibson , Best , and Crowther . Second iett won by James Smith ( alias Tin Boofc ^ leating T . Buckley and Thorp . The diciling heat was won by Smith , beating to <! gson by two yards , . < -t a good race . jTh » competitors for • : ¦ - > It then proceeidto draw for plac s , : t . < - at six o clock tU following went : / . • ;\ - cratch : —Earnshar ofHi gh Town . i < iv V . mmingway of Leijsi Simon Clarion f . birkensbaw , H . T \ Jeed of Loutx ...

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BOWING . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

BOWING . Great national Rowing Natch for £ 100 and the Championship of Scotland . This hi ghly interesting match between the crews of Perth , Glasgow , and the vale of Leven , came off ou Saturday , the 25 th ult , on Gairloch , and terminated , as was generally anticipated , in favor of tho Perthmen , who from the start completely outstripped their rivals , and went in winners by about 300 yards ahead of the Maid of Leven , who was in her turn a boat s length in advance of the Maid of Cl yde . The antagonistic boats were all four-oared outrigger gigs , not exceeding 27 feet in length , and the distanco pulled was four miles So confident did the good men of Perth feel of victory , that they amused themselves during a great portion of the match by looking sternways at the contest between tbe Maids of Cl yde and Leven ( who struggled hard for second place ) , and had actually passed the flag boat , the goal of victory , nearly a mile , before they were conscious of their triumph . Thi...

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MEXICAN II ! II I ; LIIilT . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

MEXICAN II !\ II \ I ; LIIilT . A Balm for every Wound , a Cure for every 111 . RHEUMATISM . NEURALGIA , LUMBAGO , SCLVTICA , SALT-RHEUM , TETTER , PILES , SCALD-HEAD , CAKED BREAST , SORE NIPPLES , SORE SHINS , BURNS AND SCALDS , VLCERS , GOIfi , STIFF JOINTS , BRUISES , CUTS , I CHAFES , 1 GALLS , I SPAVIN . 1 SPLENT , i RING-BONE , H SWENEY , I ] SORES , ( I SCRATCHES , « POLL-EVIL . ffl HARD LUMPS OR TUMORS , I AND ALL KINDS OT 1 Pains or Inflammation , in Man or Beast I | c a A FEW TESTIMONIALS . 1 This is to certify that me Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used quite extensively ID th » ,, M ^ In of Adams & Co . a Gnat Southern , Eastern and Western Express , for CURING Galls Chrf i * Scratches , Sprains , and Bruises , and it has proved effectual . Msny of their men have also usedT 2 * = themselves and their families , and they all speak of its healing and remedial qualities in the hiiri > Z In terms . One of our hostlers got kicked , . ind badly cut a...

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H-. Mwe of Wales r « ht Mnh . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

H-. Mwe of Wales r « ht Mnh . JltcJontheltX & fe 11 ™ ° l ) t 00 ] i Atiranftli . .. ; i- b « tween two mem- ^ ZHT ? ^ * wmmi ttee of this club eouwe ^; t ) tb 1 e J d . 6 i tons , « , d the t > ek , for a ^ lmck 7 ! , * ° J »«* Tesend wd I SeV ^ ltntirie , ^ Y . C . ^ tedtouinnirein & eroM i «« Ufv ^ lf ! C < ra P M , e ( l b y * ! wiS ^ Ai , •^ orilfe rnto ^ the , ;^ Th , Anion w « « bo tade ? iS 0 pe i ^ red ensign and club burgee on thc occasion . Both yachts being at their stations , the starting gun was fired at 10 : 45 , when Idas made an excellent start , her sails being hoisted by her solitary crew of one almost as quickly as when she is over manned on ordinary match days . Albatross met with an accident at first starting , her spring getting foul of the main horse and holding her for about five minutes before it was noticed , as the sails were being hoisted forward at the time ; and whilst running aft to clear the obstruction ,...

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PEDESTRIANISM . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

PEDESTRIANISM . Doings at tbe Royal Oak , Barking Road . MONDAY , JUNB 20 . —This being the anniversary of her gracious Majesty s accession to the throne , all was joyous exhiliration in , and around the metropolis . The ringing of bells and the booming of cannon , struck gratefully on the ear in token of unabated loyalty . As Byron writes—There were bri ght faces in the busy balls , Bowls on the board , and banners on the walls ; And as we were rapidly conveyed along the river s side by the Blackwall rail , the streamers , flags , and pennons , gaily floating from the mast-head of vessels from all nations , presented a most pleasing and animated appearance . On arriving at the racing grounds of the Royal Oak . Barking-road , we were glad to find , that the proprietor , Mr . Beswick , was by no means deficient in demonstrations of his allegiance to the House of Brunswick , for on the summit of his lofty hostelrie , the British banner waved from the top of a flagstaff of considerable...

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AkereantitTh . ii < iiiS # . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 23 July 1853

AkereantitTh . ii &amp;lt; iiiS # . After tw « postponemen t ana thB stake 8 being . ncmsedI from ^ 2 { to £ 35 aside the match of 120 yards t tweea Arthur Akera of Birmingham , and ^ Whitohouse of Bloxwic ., came off on M , day last on the Derby-ioad , about a milt outside the town of Brmmgbam , , nd aft . 0 ne of the closest contests ever winessed ^ the Midland districts , terminate ! in favoi of Whitehouse by me foot ! Biere wer . between 5 , 000 and f , 000 speetafcrs , amoDgt Xm a good deal of betting ; ook place , ventualiy at eveis , although it an early p * j 0 d of the day Wlitehouse was the favorite ^ 6 to 4 . Thd men appealed it the switch shortly befcre three o llocl , in excelled fettle and full of confideice . After a vasi deal of tirtsome dodgiig for full three quarters of an hour , the mej got away , Whttehous * taking a sF g htilead , which however hddid not long riaintain . for within 20 yards of home the nen vere abreast and the race terminated infavrr of Whit...

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REFER MORE HT "CLARA" PEAR . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

REFER MORE HT CLARA PEAR . Composed Mj F . Backley . The Southern San was sinking low , And bathing all in beauty s glow , The little Vale lay calm and ( till And silence reigned upon tbe hi ! l , And as I gazed with loring eyes , I heard these tender strains arise . i CHORUS , Never more my Clara dear , Never more my Clara dear , Never more my Clara dear , Shall my songs at evening greet yoar ear . The San now sank far from my sight , And hill and vale lay wrapt in night , Hut soon the Moon in loveliness , Came forth sgsin the scene to bless , Still as I gazed with loving eyes , J heard the tender strains arise , CHORUS . Tis thus the darkies fondly rave , Whose love extends beyond thc grave , And where the lost ones calmly sleep , The faithful lovers eome to weep , And nightly there , midst streaming eyes , Such mournful strains as these arise . CHORUS .

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Haves and Jones . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

Haves and Jones . These men met on Tuesday at Jem Bum s , Rising Sun , Air-Street , Piccadilly , and staked 10 / . a side to ti g ht for 300 ; . a side in seven weeks . They agreed to meet at our office on Friday and draw articles . . Atthe appointed time Hayes was present , but Jones sent a note excusing himself , and saying he had other fish to fry . We consider that Hayes is fairly entitled to a forfeit of the money down , and that moreover he must now be considered champion of the lig ht weig hts , a title to which he would have been entitled before , but it was considered after his drawn battle with Donnelly -tbat-be ~ bad retired from-tbo-Ringr-awl ; hence the honour was conferred on the Scotch laddie and wrested from him by Jones . As the latter refused to fig ht Hayes , he of course abandons all claim to the name , and Hayes resumes his position . Hayes is now anxious to make another match with Grant , the match made last week having fallen to tho ground . Hayes will fight h...

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laker and Daly , . £ 25 a side . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

laker and Daly , . £ 25 a side . George Baker , of Chatham , and Patsey Daley are to fig ht at 9 st 121 b on Tuesday , Jul y 19 , in the home circuit ; both are reported to be in first-rate fettle , and a stirring contest is expected . Baker has been training under the care of his old opponent , Dan Collins , at the Old Bell Inn , Aylesford . The final deposit was to be made at Mr . Hill s , Watermann s Arms , Brick-lane , on Tuesday last .

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Longaoore and Mason [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

Longaoore and Mason Wo have received from our Birmingham correspondent a further deposit of 5 / . • side , for the fight between the above named men , who are in close training . The final deposit will be made to-morrow , at George Holden s , the Crown and Malt Shovel , Walsall . The men will also toss for choice of place .

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Keefe and Franklin . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

Keefe and Franklin . We have received a further deposit of 2 / . 10 s . a side for this match , made at Mr . Abbot s , Coach and Horses , Chelsea , on Thursday last . The next deposit is to be made at Mr . Wallace s , Blue Anchor , Bun-hill-row , on the 14 th inst .

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YACHTING [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

YACHTING Great Yarmouth Roads Regatta . On Tuesday and Wednesday last this annual regatta attracted some thousands of people from all parts of Norfolk . Monster trains conveyed passengers from Norwich , and from every station along the line of railways to the scene of amusement . Before 12 o clock on Tuesday , the beach were covered with p leasure-seekers , inhaling the sea breezes . Prizes had been offered for yacht , yawl , pleasure-boat , and rowing matches * , which produced a good deal of sport , though not equal to former years . If Yarmouth is to compete with Lowestof . Regatta , subscriptions of larger amount must be raised , and higher prizes offered . FIRST DAY . —Firnr SOVZBKONS , f » - yachts not exceeding 35 tons . At 12 tl signal gun was fired , and the following yachts took their stations opposite tht jetty : : ¦¦ Pbsntom S 5 tons I . Line , Esq , R . T . Y . C . Thought 25 tons G . Coops , Esq , R . T . V . C Maude SS ions Cspt Andrews , £ . L . X . CJ They started i...

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TRAINING FOR THE RING . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

TRAINING FOR THE RING . Tbo trainer must proceed , during the first days of his labour , to find out if his man be sver thoughtful , wanting of confidence , or despairing of victory ; and must remove such obstacles to good training by inspiring contrary notions . If tho pug ilist neglects iny ofthe rules , sets them at naught , or runs counter to tho p lans laid down ; if he be peevish at the watchfulness of bis trainer , md would be out of si g ht more than a minute at a time , takes ill the severest part jf the sparring , grunts in his sleep , breathes lard and with difficulty , or , worse than all , roans in the night—training will have proxeded- but uselessly for such a man ; his Kilter part is concerned in each of theso ndications , and if hc does not train off io will at least show tallow , or with skin if various hues , or ono part redder than nother . He must then lose his battle . lie loins , the ribs , the . pit of the stomach hould exhibit the same hue , viz ., greater . ...

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE . THE RING . * Fights to Come Off . 18 . —Barry and Wareham—25 / . aside , London . 18 . —Longmore and Mason—25 / . a side , Birmingham . 19 . —Baker and Daly—25 / . aside , London . A CQ . 9 . —Keefe and Franklin—25 / . a side , London . 9—Hudson and , Sparrow—10 / . a t . . sideT ^ SSd jii .. 23 . —Sims and Parker—25 / . a side , London . Day not fixed , Sayers and Langham , 100 / . a side . Day not fixed , Jones and an Unknown tobe named b y Hayes , 300 / . a side , London .

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