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Sonthwark Engine . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

Sonthwark Engine . In the lato match in New Haven to test the superiority of firo engines , the Southwark Engine threw a stream of water the greatest distance , yet the prize was awarded a Providence company . Numerous bets were pending on the result of the contest , and we would advise the backers of the Southwark not to give up their stakes ; the Southwark boys are ready to try a match with any engine in the celebration of last ¦ wpp . lr .

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The Regatta at Pass Christian . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

The Regatta at Pass Christian . Ttom the New Or ssus Picayune . JtJLT 4 . The pass presented a brilliant si ght today . The morning was bright and clear , but between 10 and 11 o clock the sky became overcast and light showers succeeded at intervals until near 12 o clock , the hour fixed for the boats to start in the regatta , when the sun came out powerful hot , with little or no wind . The distance to be run was fifteen miles , going twice round a triangle of seven and a half miles , and the following yachts were entered for the race : First class , the Eagle , by the Eagle Club ; the Edith , by P . Morrisy ; and tho Undine , by Dr . A L . Saunders . Second class , the Secret , by E . Mcllheny ; the Stingaree , by H . Rareshide ; and a boat not yet named , which I shall call the Nameless , by S . Story . Third class , the Elephant , by J . Grimes . When the signal for starting was given , the second class boats were considerably bunched , those of the first class being well placed...

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

R 0 SS & JONES , No . 21 Ann Street , General Agents for supplying the city and country with Daily and Weekly Newspapers , cheap Books and Magazines , Take great pleasure in giving notice that they have now completed their arrangements with the Publishers for filling the orders of their customers at least one day in advance of any other house in tbis city . All the Morning papers are sent by tha early train on the morning of their publication , and by this arrangement with tbe numerous Rail Road and Steamboat lines , we are enabled to pack cheap publications & o ., in tbe same bundle , so that our patrons not only secure their orders in advance , but at the same time save the expense of freight on the extra packages of Books and Magazines . Now all of you Country Dealers who are bothered almost to death by the lateness and irregularity of your bundles , send on the Cash and give the Working Firm a trial , and you wiU have no cause in future to conplain . Care...

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

MEDICAL DISPENSARY , Ettablithed in 1832 , by Dr . George W . Bond in Orchard Street , JV-ie York , For the Care of Venereal Disease In all its forms . If you are unfortunate , and want to be cured and left in sound health , come to me ; I am saving hundreds monthly . My father s reputation and my wonderful success will satisfy any person there is no humbug about this . Those that doubt , let them come and see for themselves , and if I dont do all I say I can , I will make them a present of $ 25 to go where they think they can do better . I nse nothing thst is injurious to the system ; but nse medicines that will strengthen a person and leave tbem in sound health in the shortest possible time . My VegeUble Strengthening Bitters is a speedy and permanent cure for all weakness of the organs of generation , and for that terrible affliction Nocturnal Seminal Emisskms . It has not , in a sisirte instance , failed to effect a radical care where it has been tried . Office arranged ao that ...

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

Neighborly . . , The citiaens of-Cape Vincent borrowed a cannon from iheir British neighbors at Kingston , with wbich to celebrate the 4 th of July I Rather cheeky , - »»» Jackson and Frost . These pedestrians have made a match to run one mile , on the 2 d of August , for 501 . a side . : % .. . .. . t & A W-SSTEBJ ** editor complains of a stage being named Amelia Bloomer , which passes through his village , and says he is now no longer accommodated with a male coach .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

FALSTAFF TAVERN , BY IZZY LAZARUS , No . 4 James Street , Two doors from Chatham St ., NEW YORK . Private Lessons given in the Art of Self-De-fence at any hour of the day . NEW SALOONS AND BAR ROOMS , Wishing something nioe in tho way of PUtureM , laoohing OlasaeB , Kc , can be supplied at the very lowest prices for cash , by calling on ROGERS , 150 FULTON STREET , near Broadway , where they will find a good assortment of every style both antique and modern . TO SPORTSMEN , CALIFORNIANS , AND OTHERS . Alfred IFoodhan , No . 160 Fulton-street , one door West of Brmdwar , orrosrra sr . Mix s CHI / XCH . Importer and Dealer in Guns , Pistols and Cutlery , is constantly receiving from Manufacturers a full assortment of the above articles , as well as all articles in the Sporting Une , viz : Dram Bottlns , Shot Pouches , Percussion Caps , Gun Wadding , < frc , < fcc . Colt s Patent Pistols , Fishing Tackle , < fcc . Sole Agent for Klein s Patent Primers a...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

Wt and Let Live * Oyster < $ •Dining Saloon , 2 * 1 . * - Broadway , Opposite St . PauVs Church , New York . James A . Walnut , ) n i Wm . H . Radford , \ ^ oprtetors . LITERARY HALL , Ko . 12 DIVI 8 I 0 ** STREET , ABOVE CHRISTIE . The greatest Newspaper and Periodical Depot in the world—where all tho Daily , Weekly , and Sunday Papers , Magazines , Periodicals , and Novels may bo obtained as soon as published , together with Blank JBooks , Stationery , Grate Apron Cut Paper , & c . ROBEXT P . ELJUOT , Agent . Ap . 23-tf . BEADING POR THE MUXIOJT . Harpers Magazine , one and sixpence ; Putnam , Graham , and Godey , twenty cents . All the Daily and Weekly Papers , and Periodicals , immediately on publication . — . COZENS , News Agent , Ap . 23 25 Hudson St ,, near Duane . SULLIVAN HOUSE , No . 82 Chatham-st The best of Ales , Wines , Liquors , ie ., always on hand . JAMES SULLIVAN , Proprietor . BOWERY LITERARY EMPORIUM . —That old established stand , the Bowa...

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Russian Regatta . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

Russian Regatta . On the 27 th and 28 th of June there was a sailing match of the Imperial Yacht Club of St . Petersburg , from the roads at Cronstadt , round the island of Nerva , and back to the roads . The winning vessel sailed tbe distance , ono hundred and sis Italian miles , in fifteen hours and nine minutes .

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THE TURF . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

THE TURF . Trotting Match for £ 100 a Side . MONKS AND OLD . —At a meeting of sporting characters , at Mr . Hunter s , the Red Deer , Cambridge Heath , on the 31 st of May , articles were entered into , in which Mr . W . Monks undertook to produce a horse , under the height of Mr . Old s celebrated black marc , to trot three miles with her in harness , for 100 / . a side , on the Sth July . A deposit was then made , nnd increased at intervals , until tbe whole 200 Z . was placed in our bands , and , as the match progressed , it increased in interest . They tossed for choice of road at the last deposit , and a p lace in Essex was named , which Mr . Old did not consider wide enough for two vehicles to go abreast , and having offered 52 to name the locality himself , it was consented to , and three miles on the Bri ghton turnpike-road , near Horley , was selected , and hither many admirers of tall-trotting repaired . Tho Checqiicrs , about a mile from Horley . was named as the rendezvo...

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Ratting Extraordinary . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

Ratting Extraordinary . The ratting feat of destroying 100 barn rats in ten minutes , came off last Wednesday evening at J . Shaw s , Queen s Head , Windmill-street , in the presence of a strong muster of gentlemen . Although tho dog was out of condition , having had only six days preparation , and the pressure and heat intense , yet such was the game and courage of the animal , that he destroyed them all in 7 min 42 sec , one rat only disputed . Tins was gnnd work , far neither dog nor rat were touched during the work . Several otber matches came off , and about 300 rats were exterminated that evening . A match came off at the Union Arms , Collier-street , Hull , on Monday , between Mr . Wm . Hall s bitch Miss , and Mr Bennisons ( of Beverley ) bitch Miss ( weight 9 lb ) eacb , 12 large barn rats , each for 52 . a side , which was won by the former . Time 2 min 41 sec . Ratting extraordinary took place at J . Black s , rat destroyer to her Majesty , at the Old Friends , Upper Ogle-...

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

A Balm for every Wound , a Cure for every 111 . RHEUMATISM , NEURALGIA , LUMBAGO , SCIATICA , SALT-RHEUM , TETTER , PILES , SCALD-HEAD , CAKED BREAST , SORE NIPPLES , SORE SHINS , BURNS AND SCALDS , ULCERS , GOUT , STIFF JOINTS , BRUISES , CUTS , CHAFES , GALLS , SPAVIN , SPLENT , RING-BONE , SWENEY , SORES , SCRATCHES , POLL-EVIL . HARD LUMPS OR TUMORS , AKD ALL KINDS OF Pains or Inflammation , in Man or Beast A FKW TESTIMONIALS . This is to certify that the Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used quite extensively in the stables of Adams & Co . s Great Southern , Eastern and Weatern Express , for CURING Galls , Chafes , Scratches , Sprains , and Bruises , and it has proved effectual . Mauy of their men havs also used it on themselves and tbeir families , and they all speak of its healing and remedial qualities in tbe highest terms . Oue of our hostlers got kicked , and badly cut and bruised on his knee—as usual , the Mustang liniment was resorted to , and the soreness a...

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Royal Mersey Yacht Clnb . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

Royal Mersey Yacht Clnb . The members of this club dined together at Jones s Hotel , the marine station of the club , at Birkenhead , on Tuesday evening last , and , as it was the last general meeting of the club previous to the sailing matches for the Challenge Cup and Purse , and her Majesty s Royal JPlatc and general regatta , to be held on the 18 th and 10 th inst , tbere was a numerous attendance , the members evidently beiug drawn together by the interest excited by these events . The RearCommodore took the chair in absence of the Commodore . Tho usual preliminaries having been gono through , five gentlemen were elected members , and several proposed for ballot at the next meeting . The sum of 251 ., for a purse to be added to the Challenge Cup , was voted . Several members having subscribed very liberally to the regatta fund , and have also received contributions from their friends , the committee will be able to bring off thc regatta with spirit , but , as the fund is not ye...

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

Continued from 1 st page . The Kitten was declared tbe winner , owing to the time allowed for difference of tonnage . SECOND DAY . —The concourse of people was not so great as on the preceding day . FIRST PBIZT * —Twenty sovs for yachts not exceeding 35 tons . Only two entered , viz , the Phantom and Thought , and in consequence of the latter having carried away her topmast the first day , Mr . Lane sailed the Phantom without hers , in order to make them equal . The gun fired at 35 minutes past 12 , and the Thought took the lead , but the first ronnd ended as follows : — Phantom 43 minutes past 1 , and Thought 45 _ minutes past 1 . In tbe second round , when tbe Phantom reached where the flag- . boat- should have been , Mr Lane found that it had gone adrift , so he went the course as near as possible , but the Thought espied tbe boat , and followed it till she was able to round it . When the Phantom came off the jetty at 44 minutes past 2 , and the Thought arrived at 31 minutes to 3...

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THE DEVIL'S BARGAIN . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853

THE DEVILS BARGAIN . A SCOTTISH TALE . Wc remember an old ballad in our childish days which riveted our fancy by its wild absurdity , and which is no unapt illustration of the grotesque notions entertained by the Scots with regard to the Evil One . The Carle of Keilyburn Braes and his randy wife entered into a comical compact with this infernal potentate , which may find numerous parallels in the writings of Burns , Ferguson , and other poets , who thoroughly comprehended the peculiarities of the Scottish character . Satan was looked upon both as a malignant demon aud a good sort of body , more willing to help poor mankind than could be expected from his circumstances . It happened that a famoua hun : er , in days long gone by . called from his unerring skill in archery , Red Finlay of the Deer , was roaming at fall of night near the magnificent waterfall of Glomach . The gloomy hills of Kintail , some of them the highest peaks in Ross-shire , rose darkly around him , a heavy damp m...

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" TflENEWYORK CLIPPER , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

TflENEWYORK CLIPPER , A Weekly Sporting Paper , DEVOTED TO THE RING , THE TVRF , YACHTIiVe , PEDESTIIIANISJTI , CRICKET , ROWING MATCHES , THEATRICALS , MUSIC , And the various sports of the OLD WOELD AND THE NEW . The Currsa is published every Thursday morning , and i * for sale by the news dealers in New York , Brooklyn , Willinmsburgh , Jersey City , & c , at the low price of 3 cents per copy . Reports of Races , Prize Fights , and sporting items of all kinds will be g ladly received from correspondents , and inserted gratuitously in the columns of the Currsa . Advertisements inserted on reasonable terms , viz ., 6 cents per line for the first insertion , and 4 cents per line for each subsequent insertion . The C LIPPER will afford a desirable medium for the circulation of sporting and other advertisements , as its immense patronage secures its perusal by 50 , 000 readers . Full reports of every snorting affair of interest , in this or the old country , will be always...

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TRAINING FOR THE RING . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

TRAINING FOR THE RING . His first repast being finished in ten or fifteen minutes , ho will have more time for the rubbing down whicli is to follow or precede it , according as the perspiration may subside a little , after breakfast being the preferable time for this operation and the change of linen , by throwing off the night shirt and its load of impurities . In hnlf-an hour he will be ready for the morning walk and wish for it , too , provided he has been reduced sufficiently by the profuse sweats While jogging along the conversation should be of the pleasant sort ; viz ., concerning the coin . rig battle , his former encounters—how battles are won and lost , and so on . All at once , or by preconcert , a mile run , at nearly top speed , is to be knocked up ; next day two , and soon after three miles may be done ; then the bare suggestion of the pro priety of being at homo to meet the patron or see some friend , with whom to have some agreeable chat or play , will bring back the...

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NEW RULES FOR THE RING- [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

NEW RULES FOR THE RING- THE FOLLOWING RULES HAVE BEEJf ADOPTED BY GENERAL ASSENT FOR THE CONDUCT OF ALL PKIZE FIGHTS . ¦ , I . THAT the ring shall be made on turf , and shall be four-and-twenty feet square , formed of ei ght stakes and ropes , the latter extending in double lines , the uppermost line being four feet from the ground , and the lower two feet from the ground . That in the centre of the ring a mark be formed , to be termed a scratch ; and that at two opposite corners , as jnay be selected , spaces be enclosed by other marks sufficientl y large for the reception of the seconds and bottleholders , to be entitled the corners . II . That each man shall be attended to the ring by a second and a bottte-holder , the former provided with a sponge , and the latter with a bottle of water . That the combatants on shaking hands , shall retire until the seconds of each have tossed for choice of position ; which adjusted , the winner shall choose his corner according to the state oft...

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THE RING [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

THE RING Gallant Flffct between Jeany Massey and Dan McNulty for . £ 1 * 0 a side . The pugilistic business of the year was opened on the 1 st of January by a small deposit for a mill between mine host of the King s Head and Daniel MNulty , an aspiring Lancastrian , of whom provincial fame spoke loudly . This was a match for 100 / . a side , to come off on the 5 th of the past month . Along day was properly named , as Massey , while reposing on his laurels , had so increased in bulk as to be under the necessity of reducing himself from something near list to the stipulated 8 st 13 lb of the articles ? He went however , resolutely about his task of self-denial and hard work in the vicinity of Sutton , under the eye of a well-known Westminster pedestrian . MNulty placed himself in training under the care of Eden of Birmingham , at Hatfield Woodside . The confidence of Massey s friends increased as the day drew near , and they found his . condition all that could be wished , the bettin...

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SPORTING INTELLIBENCt [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

SPORTING INTELLIBENCt HOME MATTERS . The Sullivan and Morrlssr Hatch . A wafer OI 95 , 000 1 * 3 * 000 en Mmrwlfj The following letter was sent to our address on the first announcement of the match , but owing to some neglect in the Post Office , it failed to reach us until Friday last , after our paper had been issued . We regret the delay in publishing the letter , but as it was no fault of ours , the gentleman will not , of course , attribute tons the ne- , . *> gleet / The document speaks for itself , and shows that the Trojan has some staunch backers . Many bets have been made on the result of the Mill , but as they are mostly of trifling amounts compared to the offer made by our correspondent , we have not thought proper to mention them . But read for yourselves : — .. • Brooklyn , July 15 th , 1853 . To THE FANCY . —The undersigned being desirous of testing the pretended friendship existing for Yankee Sullivan , begs leave to offer the following to his backers : Th...

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