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Boat Race at Philadelphia [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Boat Race at Philadelphia A boat race came off on the Delaware River on Monday last The following boats entered : — Ben Sharp , Scrub , Shiffler , Sneak , Frolic , Viola , Post Boy , and others , whose names we could not procure . The distance sailed was to Billingsport and back . The Shiffier took the prize , having arrived at the starting-point about ten minutes in advance / of the second boat , the others being pretty well scattered .
¦ ¦ * ¦ «<¦ The Nev Fork Firemen . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
¦ ¦ * ¦ «&lt;¦ The Nev Fork Firemen . Challenge of Southwark Engine Co . STAKES $ 2 , 500 . WHERES THE GASPEE ! We stated in our last that arrangements were in progress , to prove that the New York Firemen would give the New Haven and Providence brethren a chance to prove to the public who was rightfully and justly entitled to tbe New Haven prize . The following official document speaks for itself . Will the Gaspee come to time ? The Firemen s Tournament . TO THE GASPEE ENGINE COMPANT , PROVIDENCE , RHODE ISLAND . Gentlemen : —The Southwark Engine Company , No . 38 , believing the prize at the recent festival in New Haven was awarded you unfairly , and in view of the articles in the public prints relative to their supposed action , wish to disclaim any privity or publicity in them . The only action 1 taken by them was on the evening of the 4 tb instant when the undersigned were appointed a committee , to take such measures in the premises as seemed most proper for their repu...
Cricket at the Red Moose . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Cricket at the Red Moose . For the Clipper . Preparations for tht Match with ihe Canadians . —Monday , Aug . 8 . FROM A CORRESPONDENT . According to previous announcement , a portion of the members of the two city clubs , attended at the St George s Club Ground , on Monday last in connection with a few members of the Newark club . The game commenced about 12 o clock , by Messrs . Sharp and Blackburn choosing sides ; Sharp , Dockery , Wright Fletcher , Harvey and others against Blackburn , Cuyp , Wilson Richards , Rand , Burton , and others . On the side of Mr . Blackburn , Wilson was very good , making 13 runs ; of the other batters I have not much to say , except as to Mr . Burton , a young player , whose batting bids fair to place bim in the foremost rank ; he is also a good wicket-keeper , having stopped some very awkward balls . I think he would have proved an acquisition in the eoming match with the Canadians , had he been among those selected . Dockery obtained 30 runs in exce...
NEW YORK CAMPER . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
NEW YORK CAMPER . AUGUST 13 , 1853 . HARRISON TRENT , FRANK Q 0 EEN , Proprietor . Editor . ; Wholesale *« gents FOR THE NEW YORK CLIPPER . ROSS * JOJMES , 21 . Ann Street . S . HALLOCK , ISO fblton Street . YATES &lt; fc SEELY , 15 Ann St . flUKE MADDEN , 47 Ann Street . djr ~ Either of the above Agents are prepared to supply orders for the Clipper , from city or country , in large or small quantities .
THE SKIPPER'S CABIJV . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
THE SKIPPERS CABIJV . A TALK WITH OUR FRIENDS—XT HOME AND ABROAD . Before the Revolution . As every thing relating to the causes whioh brought about the revolutionary struggle is eagerly sought after by the friends of liberty and independance , we give the following extracts from newspapers published previous to tbe revolution . They will serve to throw li ght on the history of the times : New York , November 4 , 1765 . —Tbe late extraordinary and unprecedented preparations in Fort George , and the securing of the Stamped Paper in that garnison , having greatly alarmed and displeased the inhabitants of this city , a vast number of them assembled last Friday evening in the commons , from whence thoy marched down the Fly , preceded by a number of li ghts , and having stopped a few minutes at the Coffee House , proceeded to the Fort Walls , where they broke open the stable ofthe L—t G r , took out his coach , and after carrying the same through the principal streets of tbe city , in tr...
Beautiful Paintings . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Beautiful Paintings . The splendid assortment of engravings of all kinds offered for sale by Mr . E . B . Rogers , at his Gallery No . 150 Fulton street , should induce many of the strangers now in this city to avail themselves of the present opportunity to procure a supply . Every variety and style on hand , and the terms unusually reasonable . Can be had Regular . We receive letters from other cities , in which the writers wish to know how tbey can procure the Clipper regular . Either of our wholesale agents will supply all orders , with regularity aud despatch . Send on your orders .
Marriage of Lola Montez * [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Marriage of Lola Montez * This lady was married on the 1 st of July last , at San Francisco , to a Mr . Patrick Purdy Hull , a gentleman engaged in the newspaper business . What will Mr . Hield say ? Another Horrible Murder . Another horrible murder was perpetrated on Tuesday last , by some person or persons connected with the Camden and Amboy Railroad line . Until an examp Ie is made of some of these murderers , by han « ing them up , we fear there will he no decrease in railroad murders .
AMUSEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
AMUSEMENTS Broadway . This theatre has been closed during the present week , in order to brush up preparatory to opening for the fall campaign * on Monday next , when Mr . Josep h Silsbee will make his first appearance since his return from Europe . Bowery Theatre . This theatre will not be closed during the present season , the receipts being sufficiently remunerati ve to warrant the management in keeping it open . The interior of the house has been touched up and otherwise improved , and presents a very tasty appearance . Wo visited this theatre on Monday evening last , and though we paid our way , tt the ticket office , we were unable to procure a seat in the first circle , although they were not all engaged beforehand . The box-keeper , doubtless , reserves a number of seats in that circle for his particular friends . In the second circle nearly one-half of the seats are boxed off , and the doors of the best ones kept locked , except to admit favorites , tlniB leaving s buta sma...
TARGET COMPANIES [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
TARGET COMPANIES THE APPROACHING FALL PARADES . As the season approaches for the annual excursions of our Target Companies , it may be well to offer a few suggestions that may be of service to the companies . Though target practice is now and has been for Several years participated in by a large number of our citizens , yet no official organ for the promul gation of the benefits derived from a day s sport in shooting exists among us ; neither have the papers of the day paid that attention to the reports of the excursions which the importance of the case demands . In view of these facts , we have concluded to devote a portion of the New York Clipper to the use of our numerous Target Companies . We shall endeavor to give a faithful report of each and every target excursion tbat may take place—enumerating tbe full particulars , such as particulars of dress , numbers of members on parade , names of tbe persons making the best shots , and such other details as cannot fail of being intere...
a m ' Beware © f Unripe Fruit . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
a m Beware © f Unripe Fruit . Our people should be cautious in eating fruit . Ripe fruit is at all times nourishing and healthful ; unri pe fruit will not fail to leave its mark , either by sickness or death . The great increase in our bill of mortality the past week may be attributed in a great measure to the improper use of unripe fruit . Watch your children , if you would have them with you .
A PARODY [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
A PARODY Then youll remember me . When other heads in other hats Their tales of grief shall tell , In language whose distress imparts , The pain they felt too well ; There may , perhaps , at such a time Some happiness still be , If I but tell where I got mine Then youll remember me . When hatters through deceit shall sli ght Tbe bat you thought to prize , Or make it too infernal ti ght—Or cover up your eyes ! When batters thus shall waste your time , Still happy will I be To point the spot where I got mine—Then youll remember me . At fifty-seven , Chatham-street , Each eye can well discern The names of R AFFERTY &amp; L EASK , Who constitute tbe firm . Their hats alone can g ive you ease , And please the fair to see But oh ! when suited , do not cease To still remember me .
All about 2 . 27 . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
All about 2 . 27 . The following question and answer was taken from last Sunday s Dispatch : — Sam bets Alf that if Hi ghland Maid goes she will show 27 . She goes . The first heat is made in 2 37—second , 227—third , dist . Bo so kind as to decide who wins . The foregoing is a question upon which much discussion has from time to time been had , and yet it has never been and probably never will be settled to tbe entire satisfaction of all parties . At a first view it would seem perfectly clear that Sam is tho winner of the wager , but tho case admits of argument . For instance—If A and B match their respeetive horses to run a single dash of one mile for $ 1 , 000 , each man virtuall y bets the other § 1 , 000 that his horse will win . Now , if they make a dead heat , neither can win , and the bet is off . So with regard to the case in question— 27 is made , but in order to win it is necessary to beat it , unless there is an express stipulation to the effect , that if tbe horse succe...
In a Great Hurry . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
In a Great Hurry . A correspondent of tbe Sunday Times propounded the following affecting question to the editors of that paper on Sunday last : — At the decease of my mother , who is 52 , and resides in England , I am entitled to about £ 300 . Can I dispose of it , or make it prove beneficial in any way , previous to her death ? We think tbe fellow who would think of such a question deserves to have his name handed down to posterity . He seems anxious , for the paltry sum of £ 300 , to have his mother , sho who has guided bim through life from infancy , out of the way . For shame . Is this the way you manifest your love for money ? Wc hope your mother will outlive you , young man . How much more regretted is a parent who dies in poverty , than one who dies in affluence .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
ROSS &amp; JONGS , No . 31 Ann Street , General Agents for supplying the city and country with Daily and Weekly News papers , cheap Bookj and Magazines , Take great pleasure in giving notice thnt they have now completed their arrangement !) with ( he Publishers for filling tho orders of their customers at least one day in advance of any other house in this city . All the Morning puj ) -. ra arc SKM by tha early train on tho morning of their publication , and by this arrangement with the numerous Rail Road and Steamboat linea , wo m-e enabled to pack cheap publications - &amp; c ., in the 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 . • How all of yon Country Dealers who ore bothered almost to death by tho lateness and irregularity of your bundles , send on the Cash and give the Working Firm a trial , and you will have no cause in future to comp...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
TO THE PUBLIC . RADWAT &amp; C O ., the Inrentora , Manufacturer ! and Proprietors of the justly cekbrsied R . R . R . Remfedies , were the first to discover a Remedy posses ing the Marvelous and Miraculous Power of atopping the moat Ezornciating Pains in an instant , allaying the wont Cramps and Spasms either inters ! or external in afew minutes , and soothing the most severe Paroxysms ofRheumatism , Ncurslgia , and Tio Dolorcox , as soon as applied . The R . R . R . Remedies consists of three Remedies , each possessing quick and wonderful powers over certain complaints and diseases , and will instantly—RELIEVE Tht Human System from Pain REGULATE Each Organ to a Healthy Action . RESOLVE Away all Diseased Deposits . RENOVATE The body from all Corrupt Humort . REBUILD The Weak and Broken Dtne-n Canttitutiont . RESTORE To Health , Strength and Vigor all unttund and worn out • arts . R R . R—No . 1 . RADWAYS READY RELIEF , For all Acute Complaints , INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL . Tho ...
Theatrical Squibs . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Theatrical Squibs . Nickinson will shortly open a theatre , to be called the Metropolitan , at Hamilton , Canada West . John Drew and William Wheatley have leased the Arch-st . theatre , Philadelphia . Charlotte Cushman is in Milan . Miss Eliza Logan , the tragic actress , is at the St . Nicholas hotel in this city . Mr . and Mrs . Florence made their last appearance at the Chestnut theatre on Saturday evening last , on the occasion of the manager s benefit . Mr . Couldock is in town ; he intends making a starring tour for his own benefit . Messrs . Skerrett and Anderton onened the Albany Museum on Monday evening last . The Roussett Family sailed for San Francisco on Friday last . The old gentleman will have to watch them much closer in the land of gold than he did in this city . Kate Hayes , Biscaccianti . and Virginia Whiting Lorini are giving concerts in South America ,