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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 June 1855

EVENING STAR.1 Govsrsbc* MoRuti. of Morrisannia, a gao t!?m .n cf birtb edn cation. a&d tha moat lofty bearing on baisg asked for hit definition af J 4 A QenJeman,' raplied by repeating the psalm: 1 " 'Tia hf whw every tbou?f>t and de*d ? Ry rule of virt?^ trove *; Wfcoae e??t rou? tongue <lisdain? to Tbe thin; bu heart disprove. u Who nevrr did a blander Torre, IIh i.eijhhor'B fxm* to wound ; Nor Up arte* to t<*fee report, By n alice wbi^terrd round. - Who vice, in all its pomp and newer. Can trt-at * nh iu.?t nogject; And pi~tv, t'.iou^h cluiiied in rajs, Ui iigioorty re?p? ct. ** W'hft to bia p'isbtcd word and truth H as ev??r fi mly Mood ; And though ??<? pr-?mi*e to hi* lots, U?- makis It 14 promue good. " ?Vlm?f ? ml in a?ury disjoin* llw ir?*a?un-4 u> eir>pk>>; \\h <ut im> rew ir.U can ever brioe Tji fujltle.-* t-< d^sucy." It is stated that thw psalm w?s copied by Tbrrraa Jeffjraoo, in tha eiaalleat hand ana cca'est uitnner.into a Common ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 June 1855

THE EVENING PUBLISHED EVERT AfTERNOON, (EXCEPT 0LTTDAYJ At the Stv Building, comer Ptnnsyl+etmm mvertfe and Eleventh street, By W. D. WALllCH, Will be arr*- d tn rnlwcribers in the cities of Wash ington, Georgetown, M??xandna, Baltimore and TliHadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENT8, paynblp weekly to the Agents. To mail rabecribers the mhscriptioa price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in ainmct, TWO DOL L*RS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. copies on C?WT. >*wr MBre 1 tf - w \i VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 2. 1855. NO. 753. Treble patent improved e^^let ma CHINE. Fir*' petent?combined on one stock Second patent?self feeding with eyelet Third patent?patent improved fastener, riveting both sides All parlies in want of a good Eyelet Machine, are strongly recommended to use none but LIPMAN'S PATENT IMPROVED, which is decidedly the best ever brought before the public, possessing numerous advantages, via: It is strong, durable and not liable to get n...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 June 1855

EVENING STAR. W ASHINGTON PITY: BATP1DAT ATTOJ001. Jut 9 TBI WEEKLY BTAB. Another food DonV?r for the wn! ending to day; filed with the latest and most inte^ wsting news, foreign and domestic. The toco mi urns of the press, everywhere attest the high reputation in whieh the paper is deserv edly held. Terms $1 25 per annum, or three ?ents a aiagleuem.oer. lean or TEX moxiuko prsss The ImsUigfnc*r. commenting on the reoent proclamation of the Captain General of Caba, raising the blookade of that Island, says: "Weagree with ourcotemporary the Union, In tblnklrg it probable that it was the judicious course pursued by our owa Government which led to this step of the Captain Qeneral. That ocurse relieved Qeneral Concha from all ap prehension. for the present at least, of any fi libustering invasion. The denouncing by the President, in the first pla?e, of all such llle gal enterprises, and, in tbe second place, the pre>eDoe in the Cuban waters of * fleet of Amer ican cruUers. rendering ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 June 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Inf lllganca. r.C.'.*C"T CoCkT-ItfPO?TA*T TO VOTnt ? lath* Circuit Court, tbli morning, (inthe Preeenoe of a Urge auditory.) a cate of mnch importance, affecting tba voting privilege of naturalised persons of foreign birth, was pre dated; the issue having referenoe to tha mu nicipal election, which is to take place on Monday next. The oonrt especi ally eat to day. to hear and determine the question Mr. Lawrence (acting with Mr Carlisle) 2Et!tb? tv 'by rT#Edin*to ST./fc ?0f Tiomu J <>"??. setting forth r 4 whit* ***? citi?? of tbe United 6tatee, is over the age of twenty ona year?, and has resided in the city of Waah h?Z lL?XJZ%ri D#Xt Prec?d'ng lhe date b a resident of the Fourth ard, that on the 31st day of Deoember last 2T whf? mile oitiaen of this city, and that at that time he was subi-set tM *>' that year, and was ready ? id willing to pay suoh tax, but throogh acci dent or ma irertance his name has not been returned as auhjjct to suoh school tax fo...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 June 1855

TO ALL THAT VALUE THUR SIGHT. v W~ ISHRS to call the attentioa to all that suff< r Tf ?ith dd?icuve sight, caused by age, sickness and particularly f om gli?ses injudiciously sHertsd to bin superior SPErTACLES tnd GLASSES car-' fully ground *y bun*Ht to a true .pherical accurac. and brftf int tran?par. ncy. sui ?(i rre/isely and ben efici illy to the wear, r according to the concavity ?*r ronventy ol Ui* eye. Very numerous are the til el-! lects caused to the preciou* oigan of sight from tbe ? *. 'inmen^emfni of using glasses iu not being prr - j cisely suited, by the us. of an Optometer; and the ? practice ol uiany years, enables bii:i to measure the local distance of the eyes, and such (lasses that are absolutely required will be foiniah' tl with preci*'or and -aiMtac'Uoik J. T. acknowledge the very liberal encourage inent already obtained, *nd farther solicits the ps? 'ronage <?f those that have nor yet availed themselv-.'s ?if his aid. Person- that cannot conveniently call...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 June 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAYJ At th? Star B cUding, eomsr Penrunfiv wwi av*nu* mnd Eleventh strtit, By W. D. W1LLACH, WR1 be aer^e*} to subacrlbcn in the cities of Waeto iajtsn, 6?a^>towB, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payafel* weekly tn the Agents. To mail subscribers Um subscription price if THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year In aivanc*, TWO DOL LARS tor SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tm THREE MONTHS. (K^Smeta conns on VOL. V. WASHINGTON, rLEBLR PATENT 1MPBQVBD EYELET MA CHINE. Firs* patents-combined on one stock S??cnn?l patent?self feedinc with eyelet Third patent? patent Improved fastener, riveting both -**? AJ! parties in want oft good Eyelet Machine, are "tT*~f?T mrn?i mil Ito u?e none but LIPMAN'rt PATENT IMPROVED, which is decidedly the best ever broaiht before the public, poisrasipg numerous advantage, via: It is strong, durable and not liable to kc out of or- , der. It punefce* the hole well, and to fit ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 June 1855

EVENING STAR. WASllINiiTON 011 X: MCSDAYAFTKMIWir.t; Jum 4. 8 P IB IT 07 TEX XOfciriHe The Um*? irgwa that the true and only safe policy Tor the Democratic party on the slsvery question is that of rigid adherence to non Intervention, aa It b impossible that the North and Sooth can even agree upon it. The Intelligencer announces that Mr. Perry Charge d'AlMrs pro tern at Madrid, has ob taiaed an entire satisfactory settlement of the ?1 Dorado case ana that of the Vice Consul at Sagia Le Grande; and alio that M Do Cueta, the Spanish Minister In Washington, is about to return home at his own request, beiag opposed to the party now in power io Spain. WASflJBfiTOM MKlVg AND GOSSIP. A Fraudulent Publication ?Proofs are ac cumulating from day to day of the base means by which the base ends ot Know Nothingism are attempted to be attained. The person* usurping without a show of right the title of the Board of Managers of the Washington Rational Monument Society, in their address to the people...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 June 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Cncrrr Court?Importawt to Voters ? On Saturday. we gave, at son* length, a re gon of the Cbwh Court, on the petition of Gruen. prayiag that a rule might be issaed on William J. McCormick, the City Kefi?er, to show cause why a mandamus thJ'SiSSto inscrib* .re!ftor on the u* ,5Bt? certify the same te the commissioners of elec tions, that he may be entitled to Tote Mr Umen was naturalise* durirg last ZSfkA!?"*"9 -c,altn#d th* to kth t V UWM r*8L3t?d on the ground, in Unhidsuui" f a " clli"n of tie /.w , term r?*nired by the ' (X? 380 from which was in miffs? Tep?rt ?f Mr" Bradl?J'? n. *- A1.?* tim? ?nr PaP?rwas put to press os aiurday, (J 0 oloek,) the Com was in sae f?^ th? ?nbj<ct is of muoh interest, we mSEl JET* laft off> and conclude tho report, as follows: mnd Carlisle J 8 *<<ir???d tho Court? JTC*. reP'J to Mr. Carlisle, ?aid the gentleman had asked to be pointed to SUSS^St* V th? ,r?Rme?t of the Con ?tituUon, which drew a distinctio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 June 1855

evkning star. 0I7JB MX OLD MUSIC Give me old music ! let ate hear The songs of da)* gone by Ni* star thy mice in kiodly f?*er, 11 to thy notes ? tailing tear Should make a mute reply , TO songs that tutted me on the breast, To sleep away the noon. Ping o.??sin* on ! I lave them best, TT?? reN witchery in the notes impressed With each familiar tune. Give me old win*! it* choicest store, Drawn from the shady bin: Our vinyard* shall produce no mora c, ?? "mag Juice they gave of yore As sparkling Ilea within ; This was my jraadsire?s chief delight, When the (lay's cha-? was o'er. Fill high: hu high! treaaure's delisht, Shall sparkle on our board to nighrf Tboogh we shcold drink no more. Give me old friead*? the tried, the true, Who launched their barks with me, And ail my Joy* and sorrows knew, ? As chance's gale the pilgrim blew Across the 'roabied sea ; Their memories arc lli? same r? mine? Our loves through Ji/e shall las:: Bring <-ne, brin * all, your smiles to thine Upon our soo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 June 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 81TNDAY,) At the Stmr Building, corner P*nn-*y!v*niM t*v+nu* uvd El*vmtk strut, By W . D . W ALLACO, W4J !>e d to ro'^rihm in the citiei of Wash loniT, ?town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, ^ijrvbi#" weekly to the Agents. To nail tubacribera th? avbocription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in *famc?, TWO DOL L*R3 for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR I* THRBJE MONTHS. Q??8i!tOLt coma on ??rr VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JUNE 5. 1855. NO. 755. Treble patent improved eyelet ma CHINE. Pin*' patent?combined on one stock 3?con 1 patent?self feeding with eyelet Third patent?patent improved fastener, riveting both aides All parlies in want ofa food Eyelet Machine, are strongly recommended to none bat LIP MAN'S P \TENT IM PROVED, which is decidedly the beet ever brought before the public, potsesaing numeroua advantages, viz: It is stron*, durable and not liable to get out of or der. It ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 June 1855

FVENING STAR. W A SniNGTON 01T Y TUKS1AT AmBIOOR Jane 5 S'-TH-r OF TH1 MOJITO PKKS8 The Jnfltigtncer contains the following na'aoteristic letter from Mr Soole: New Oblbakr, May 29, 1855. To Messrs Qalbi A Sbatoh. Editors of the National Intelligencer: Gentlemen: I do not intend at present to sot >>? the letter published over he name of Horatio J. Perry, in your number of the 22d ins* ^ :berwi*e than by stating that it eontaivs no: a icord of truth ? The baseness and im pc ience of the writer are only equalled bjr his hypocrisy and cowardioe. Indeed, this last production of his sweats the Jesuit and the felon all ever I "hall take occasion to draw a pirtnta of the gep* l-min s doings during my mission to Spain !n th<. iatory which I am preparing cf it fer the , ress; and; whilst unsealing the secret of his treachery give a ??*a? to tne encourage ment and support Thich it ha? secured him in the S'ate Department at Washington. i our obedient servant, PlBARB SoCLB No* we have t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 June 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Tn Klbctioh, yesterday, ptssed off m or deriy u any or* of those bold In previoui years; and this it * gratifying fsct t > reeo-<i To bo sure, there were no' a few unmi-takabk evidences of the earnestness and warmth o feeling which animaed many hearts but the* did aot result in serious personal rencontres The following are the votes rot city orri<*u9. r | * Rcoistvr 'Coilsct r. Survetos. I I I e ^ 2 Wa*d, m , ? I i - ?? 1 X 3 *? 5 I ? ! s I a , a rir^t 1 320 3l>2 346 4*9 e c w s o second. ? ! 48? , 366 Tntrd 3;f> :?a Fourth 5IH , 533 Fifth Sixth bevcnift... 310 301 315 518 304 j 2 ? I ? S < 974 36? 393 I Z * 348 4.7 I 232 254 . 471 261 465 31ft 538 j 469 .106 | 30 J 4'5 i 243 470 3H4 i ?4 38i 4-3 542 311 418 47! 254 *377 2611 2448 : 8781 i 2465 I 9756 VOTES ron MEMBERS OF CITY COINCILS. FIKST WARD Know Nothing. Anti-Know Nothings Alderman John 5i. Craig, 288 | W B Magrnder, 32* Common Council. 6am 1 A. 8torrow, 287 James Kelley, 2S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 June 1855

1 NT? ST \ AH EPIC or TEE 8TAEET HEAVENS. The following lisM are extracted from a poem with the above title, which purports to have been written from the dictation of Thos. L Harris, * ' medium," while in a trance: ?'Strangely u looks to me to s?-e fr>m far The planet Earth like aay other star' * ?nc? iu round ?idei seemed IudiU??; bui now ItF diec is like an apple on a bough. All siae it relative, and God alone Kiioweih the actual value of ea h one Ot !ht bright globes that in the ether swim And worlds, because of men, art- dear to him. "1 often used to wish at eventide ? were a spirit freed and glorified. Wandering through 'r-ckleas rther at my will, And when planet Mars shoae bright and still, I hailed its raddv flame, and wished I were Mid-t its unvisioned realms a wanderer. Oh, strange transition! I have left that spark, That Earth where I was horn, so dim and dark, And water free as any viewless wind '? O God ! thy goodness everywhere I find The space nan thinks devoid of l...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 June 1855

I I THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) A* tfu Stir Bmtdine, -orntr Peiutxylvani* and K'*v**itk i trust, By W. 1>. W.ILT.4CVI, W '.I Iw wd ??? ?iib?orib*n? in th?* rfti?* of \Va*t|j l<wton, W??r*wn/ M-xindria, Baltimore and P i-Tadriphia,nt SIX AND \ QUARTER CENTS, p waffle weekly In th* Ajf^nu. To mail subscribers t^e <mh?*nptiofi price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in ahunce, TWO DOL L^tfl for 31X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fm THREE MONTHS. Ojy-Siwoi.t rones om "Oxirr. VOL. V. WASHINGTON / !NO. 7f>6 teehble/atent improved eyelet ma Firs' patent?combined on one nook S~?,| patent?self feeding with eyelet boOi ?iw^aU nt~PSlenl lmProv,;J fastener, riveting *1^7 in wan,t ?f? !<*?d Eyelet Machine, ar* P4TP*rrf2?^?r^n!to n ",e bul hr^jj ^ f En? Whirh 18 the best advaiujS, ift"5 Pahl,?' P0****1* narurrou^. Iliiitnat.ilmMc and not liable to get t,ut of or rter. It punche- the hole well, and to fit the Eyelet, and in one operation clinches the E...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 June 1855

KVENING STAR. W A sHINGTON U1TY: WKDFESDAY Am&HOOR June 6 sn;.4r at ihx pees* The Union notioes Mr Soule'i letter, in jeiterday's Intelligencer, and adds : 44 We regret to see, from Mr Soule'a letter. that be id laboring under the impression that Mr. Perry's 4- treacber j" secured him "en courage ment and 'upport in the State Depart men* at Washington. We have every reason to believe thai in entertaizing each an im ?rr?-ior. Mr Soule does injustice to the State ?epartment, an 1 we cannot bat hope that he will discover and oorreot his error before he Oomes oat w.tu his history of hid n.ission Now, none are so blind as those who will not tee, such we take to be Mr. Soule's case ?u*p;o>tus by nature, because originally trained in the school of European secret politi cal soc.eties, he has taken it into his head that the 5-tate Department was his enemy, founiing that opinion only on th; well known fact that the 'Secretary of State did not ap prove ot the policy wbioh he (Mr. S ) s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 June 1855

EVENING ST Aft. Local Intelligence. Bible Societt Meetiwo.?The nineteenth anniversary of the Washington City Bible So ciety was held last night 1b the Foundry church, on which o-sasien the Rev S-t&ael U Cox. D D . de'egate from the American Bible Society, deliver* d en Interes.hg Jig coar-e M II Miller F?q , the rtcrel ry, read an abstract A the annual report, by which it ap pears the ager.t hsa been quite 6u<ves-ful, bcth in collecting fforn former subscribers and in obtaining the names of new con'ributors. The pecuniary resources of the Society. in eluding the balance as per la^t report of $4 50, have been: From subscription* and donations *610 from the sale of bibles and tea<a u.ents. 367 32?tuik.ng a total of $973 01 Of this amount $319 6y have been ranemittcd to the American Bible Society ; $7^? have heen psid as compensation to the Depositories; $X7 50 a# salary to the agent, whose term off employment extends one week from this date; $25 for printing :ind adve tising...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 June 1855

f . I '? ? ? I I I" t >i 11\ \ x > ( \ K. r/" Tb? following poem bj Riohard Hay ward colt?ias a new Idea?* rare thing now. ada ji.?Kniekvr footer, I lent my love n book one day, She brought it bach I laid it by ; Twas little either bad to <wy? She ?i? so Strang and I 90 shy. But yet Wf loved indifferent things? Tbe *prou>ing buds, tb?- birds in turn: ; And Time stood still and wreathed his wwjts With rosy links from June to Jane. For her what task to dare or dol What peril tempt, what hardship bear ? But with her, ah I she never knew *ly heart, and what was hidden there! And she with roe, ?0 coid and coy, Seemed like a maid bereft ot sense ; Bat in a crowd, ail life and joy. And tull of blushful impudence. She married ! Well, a woman Deeds A mate ber lifi? and love to share? And little cares -pri".p up like weeds, And played around her elbow chair. And y^ars rolled by, but I, content, Trimmed ruy ou?- lamp ard kepi it bn^hi^ Till age's touch my hair besprent With rays an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 June 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 8UNDAY,) At the Star Huifdiyg, rirrt#r Ptnnsylvani* ?wi ha and K!*i *?.tk *tre*t, By IF. D. WALL % r H , Will J* ?? rrtl t* Mfcacrihera in the cltiwof Wa*h lanw?. CempHNra, A!< randria, Baltimore and P ^luJ.-lnhia, al SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, piynhle w^kly to th?: Af*?nt* To mail subscribers flje rabKripioo pric^ is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a venr In cuiranct, TWO DOL URS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fir THREE MONTHS. Ct^-Sikoi.* corns owi OI*T. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY. JUNE 7. iS5ii. NO. 757. Treble patent improved eyelet ma CHINE. Fir:" patent?combined on one stock S<*ron I patent?sejl feeding with eyelet bothrideP*P"t-patf,,U lm?rOTeJ f^<ener, riveting All parties in want of a go.-*! Eyelet ?faehii.e, are SrTmM2252i?lto u*no""but lipmav'8 r?V k '^PROVED, which is deci ledlv the best aJvanuSa* Jlj lt>C l>uWicJ po3s?*w?f>g numerous It is strong, durable and not liable to jrrt out of or 0?r. It ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 June 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHING TON CITY: -3UBSD*? AFfEHHOO* June 7. for toe stab. Tht- following persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tivmenta in the Star : Philadelphia?V. B. Palksr, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pkttlngill k Ck>., Nassau street. Boston ? V. B. Palm**, Scollay's -?uilding. ?XT/" A dvaatisajraxrs should be handed by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. 1 1 ? ? S^IEIT OF THX K0x !*I2ie Fo?3fc The Union diacusaes Mr. Perry's conduct towards Mr Soule and points out the nece* til) and propriety of Lis recent removal. On bcth these points we have heretofore ex pressed coincidence with that journal, though differing from it widely in apprecittion of Mr. Soule's diplomacy, which it ttrik*i as embraces many unfortunate features. We also entertain little admiration, indeed, for the so evident disposition of Mr. S. to kick up a wholly unjustifiable row with the Stale Department, out of which he can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 June 1855

feVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. ALADDis!-The National Theatr* was. la?t light, den?ely crowded, and many of the pectators eoold not procure Mart, the attrao iju being the play cf 11 Aladdin, or the Won i?rful Limp."' The drwees, scenes and prop irties were magnificent. to as to aocord with he history of that distinguished young gen ?'.eman and the magic effects of his illuminat mg a?eLt. The machinery, however, -van'ed _ ^easing. ss it d'd not, in all cases, slip with the required oelerity. The "march of the female warriirs" wr* a beautiful feature in the programme, and their evolutions with the :ymeter elicited spontaneous applause Well drilled as many of oar volunteer militia are hey, according to the remarks of aome of ?heir officers. carnot begin to equal those gas light Aladdin warriers in that description of exercise! The movements were perfect?both of the cymeters an 1 tae eymmeries Every body Feemed to be delighted with the rich and ttovel entertainment. The manager. Mr J...

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