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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 June 1855

EVENING STAR. THS ROSE Tb? fallowing poem by Eimur.d Waller, om of the ofd Esgilik potts, lWi-1667, has a aentimeat u Alo u the how or iuelf is sweet: Go. lovely rose! Tell b? r that wastef her time and m 7, That now she knows, When I rewmble her to thee, How sweet and fair she ?eenn to he. Tell her that's young, And nh^i to haw her iticm spied, Taat hui?t ui-u 4;trutg 1p deterts where no men abide. Thou must havn uneommendeil died. Small is the worth Of beauty from the light retired ; Hid her come forth, Suffer herself to be desired, And not Mash so to be admired. Then die, that she The common fate ot all thing* rare May real in thee; How -malt a part of time they share That an? bo wondrous, sweet and fair. Yet. thoopb th^y fade, From thy dead leaves let tfojpunce ride; Anil teach the maid That goodness Time's rude hard dc6es ; That virtue l.ves when beauty dies. A Romanck in Real Life. ?A wedding took place in Bristol, Eng., a few weeks since, under somewhat romantic circum stance...

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. — 14 June 1855

VOL. V. * WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 14. 1855. NO. 763. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AITEBSOOIT, CRirmrr pcttoata At Oia Slsr Building, c*n*r Fmruyltsxta *nA strest, Bp w . n ? HAL LACK, fPtJI b# served to sibscribera in the cltios of Wj* In^on, f>or**iown, Alexandria. Baltimore and Philadelphia. at SIX AND A QUARTER CBNT8, ptyable weekly to the Airnta. To mail sobscrlbera the subscription price in Til REE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a'year In atranre, TWO DOL LAW for SIX MONTHS, ami ONE DOLLAR tv THREE MONTHS. fc?-Sm?Li con* on Oiirr. Treble patent improved eyelet ma CHINE. First patent?combined <?n on" ?to*\ Siconl patent?self leedint with eyelet Third patent?patent improved fotfcnt?r, riveting bmkiMoi All parlic* in want of a food Rv-I'tf dachine, are rrmgly recommend" 1 to use none bat LIPMAN'S PATENT IMPROVEI), w.itrh is decidedly the beat w broocht before the public, pojw wing numerous 8*1 ?/ vtag-'s, via : It is Ptroiij, durable and no* I-able to pet out of or de...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 June 1855

evening star. i- ? ?' ?1? ? ?? ? ???* ?. ? WASHINGTON PITY: thPRSDAt AFrT>H5C09*<? ?? >? nJons 14. %y Apvtotisimktts should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise thoy may cot appear until the next day. M. J. ficuss, Crawford street, Ports % mouth^Va., is the Star's agent for that place and Norfolk City. sriRiT or m uottauve fbzss. The Union's leador if to show the folly of apprehension on the pert of the Sooth, of for eigh ttd Catholic influence, and closes with the following tible of the native, foreign and Catholio population of the Southern State?, ?i*: Foreign. Native. R. Cath 1 Alabama 7 498 426 .514 5 200 2 Arkar.su 1 468 162 189 1.600 3 Florid* 2 740 47,203 1,850 4. Georgia 6 452 621,672 4 250 5 Kentucky 31401 761413 24 210 6. Louisiana 67 308 255 491 37,780 7. Maryland 51 011 417 943 37,100 8 Miri~eippi.... 4 782 295.718 3.250 9 Missouri i 76 570 592,004 33 950 10 North Carolina 2 565 553 028 1.400 11 South Carolina 8 508 274 :63 6,u30 12 Tennessee .... 5.638 75...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 June 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Ptcmts ?The a 'm?rers of the prodaotiens Cf the painter's pencil have new the opporta nitj of examiaing, without charge, one of the largest and most beautiful collections of oil pictures ever brooght to this city fi?r public ?alo?Mr. McQnire is the auctioneer. The exhibits them in the saloon over l*arnham s b">ok?tore, corner of Pennsylvania averne and hleventh street. Many ladies and gentlemen were there this morning to witness the ele gant display; the catalogue explaining the different subjects on the canvass, and the names of the various artists The forest, the sea. lomestic life, and event* recorded in the Scriptures and in profane history, are skil fully and imposingly delineated; and upon these representations the eve loves to linger. Bifida#, there are head* cf diatinguinhed men. such as Bonararfe. the Duke of Marlborough, of Admiral I'enn (the father of Wm l'eun,) and others of eminence. Jacob and Rachel at the Well, the Death of Dido. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 June 1855

ftV l-'NING STAR. The following Uaea are from the jen ef a WasMogtonian oelebreted for hi? wild weet ere adventures [res THB STAB. March, 16o0?8ick and Mptess, my only comrade and devoted fnead left oar tent in the SierraNeva ua Mountains tn hunt ft>r veni on, (oar ?ole rwiimee for t*>d.) Ne never returned, and Miave no docbt nu niudrriM by a band or savages in the vicinity, who fnthtqu^ntlr prowd hostile to a party o? ex plorer*. TEX F&TE Or THX HOSTEB In the Sierra Nevada mountains?high. De?p?dawn a rock girt flen ; The m>Mi d'ri z hooes oi a hunter lie Far from Uie haunts ot men. gave the rn?ii g feet of the as lie Pursues tiie path of the deer. To ie-ek hi.* bread from the acorri tree, Which ?ruw? in a valley near. The bea*s and the wolves, and birds of prey, Long since h-.t" stript tlio* bones, And scattered tlutrelica? where ibfy say "Mongsr rankling ween? and stone* And a rfle ts u??re, and a banter's Knile, A ha.chct. and powder horn, Corrode with ru?t. *i?ce th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 June 1855

? VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY. JUNE 15. 1855. NO. 764. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 3CNDAYJ At th* Si.f Hv ldinjf. P*unsylranim a r.{ E''v*nifr ?j H . D. WAI.LACH, Wdfrhe *erv*d to *ubsrrtbers in the cities of Wuii Itgtw, 0?np. ti?wnj A'-Tindria, Baltimore and FvladrTrdiia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to th* A rents To mail subscribers the ?abscripckw price if THRRE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS ay.u In advance, TWO DOL LAKS for SIX MONTHS, and OVB DOLLAR *r THREE MONTI'S. 3t?-Sii??L* conn on out. Treble patent improved eyelet ma CHINE. Firs' patent?combined on one stock Second patent -self feeding with eyelet Third patent?patent unprnrM fastener, rivetin* both sides At' parlies in want of a food Eylft lachine, are ?rr>ngly recomnfftrt^ i to n* none hut LIPM AN'S P A TEXT IMPKOVED, which is 'tecidedly the best ever brought l?e?V>re the public, po??w?ssing numerous advai<tag> s, Tii: It is strone, durable and not liable to get out of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 June 1855

rVEVINfi STAR. ? A^HfNG TOW PITY: FAIDAY AFTKUOOW JlM 15. ? flccy ?*"? I XT ADV?WBm should be banded i. by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they nay ?H appear on til the next day. AfllNTS FOB THE "TAB The toil owing persons are authorised to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia ?V. B. Palms*, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pwttiji?ill k Co., Nifltta street. Boston ? V. B. Palms*, Scollay's Building. _ II. J. Bcrnws, Crawford street, Ports mouth, Va, is the Star's agent for that place and Norfolk City. S?1LIT or THX KQ&XL9C PfcKSB The Union discusses the labors of the southern delegate* to (he Philadelphia Know Nothing convention, to show that if thev really knew anything they moit have known that it would be impossible to nationalime the northern Know Hothin^ deleg* as, as the lat ter represented not only the real strength of Know Nothingi?m. (in available rotes ) which strength arises wholly from the fact that Know Sothi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 June 1855

EVENING STAR. ? i T ?? -r ~ Local Int*Uigtnco. As Abravt Ivpostir ?The name of Wm H. Thore bury i? well known in this commu nity, ard, therefore, the following srtlole. copied from the hicbmond Enquirer ef day, may prove indicating : "'Wm H Tboribckv?Wnaaa in Ha?*? This dUiin(ai?k?J indivi lual played ? prom inent pert in the Know Nothing oauvaa' la this city, being ns?d by 'hp managers a ' good ?nongh Morgan' to excite indignation &gain?t the pro??riptive Democracy end to whaedle the we*k-minded in'o the Secret Camp! He wu a veritable Simon Pure vie im of opprea aion at the Go-port Navy Yerd, and his arri val in this fti'y with hie fre?h bleeding wounds. wu hailed as a ncr auspioiou event by the whippere in of 14 8am " His personal tes imony to the ruthless prescrip tion of himself and sixty thre< other worthy mechanics at Por sm >atb, spread like wildfi;* through the atreeta; and at the Know Nothing mam meeting on the Capitol Square tho night before the eleetion. this bl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 June 1855

TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT. l? fcACTlCAL 0PT1.CIA ?"\r CSHES to call the attention to all thru suffet T * wiUj defective *ight, caused by age, sickness and particularly f nm gH?se? injudiciously selected, to bis superior SPECTACLES and GLASSES care fully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency. sui.ed rr?-?i*elv am] ben efleislly to the wearer according m ttoe concavity or convexity of the eye. Wry numerous art' tiif ill ef fect* cawed to the precioni orrun of right from the comaenearnest ot u?ing glasses iu not Otuif pre cisHy suited, by the. use of an Optotneter; and the practice of many >eara, enables him to measure the fo?-al distance ot the eyes, and ?H-h ela*e? that an absolutely required wUl be furnished with precision and satisfaction J. T acknowledge* the very liberal encourage Bent already obtained, ?nd fnnher solicits the pa tronage of those thai have not yet availed themselves of hi* aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 June 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 16. 1855. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, lEXCEPT SUNDAYJ At tiu Star HmJtiinf. romtr P*nn*viv*n%M avtnuc a ? J K cv*ntk strcrt, Bt w. n. WtLMCH, WiM be j in xutacribers in the cities of Wiwb O*orr,,town, M< iindria, Baltimore and FVIadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, psvable weekly to the Agent*. To mail subscribe? llw satmcription price mTHRRE DOLLAR8 AND FIFTY CENT? a veer In arfww.TWO DOL L*R8 for SIX M? ?NTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tr THREE MON*i'H3. {|(^Stii?L* rortea oaa 0?WT. TREBLE PATENT IMPROVED EYELET MA CHIVE. Firs' patent?combined on one stock S^con t patent -self feeding with eyelet ^ Third patent?patent improved fastener, rive ting bo*h liHej AH parlie* in want of a good Eyelet Machine, are ??r>n|Jy recommended to use none but LIPMAN'S PATENT IMPROVED, which is decidedly the bent ever brought before the public, possessing numerous advantage, vi*: It is strong, duraMe and not liable to get out of or der. It punch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 June 1855

r.VENINfl STAR. * A.sH1N<4TON CITY: 8&TT7&0AT AJTEKHCOJI June 16 377" Advutibbmsnts should be handed ii< by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may r. ?>t appear until the next day. AOBNTS FOB THE STAR The following persons are authorised to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palm*, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. PrrnxaiLL k Co., Nassau street. Boston?V. B. pALXKa, Scollay'g Building. THE WKFXLT STAR The number for this week csntains its usual variety of interesting item*?domestic, foreign^ and literary; c ilou'.ated to enlighten and edify all claries of readers, and forming an excel lent substitute for a letter from Washington' to be sent to a distant friend. Prioe, per annum, $1 25; for a single oopy, three cents SPIRIT GY THE fcc^KLFQ FH.S56 The Inteiligencer oompliments the Wil mington, North Carolina, Journal,(Democrat) tbe Si Louis Missouri, Intelligencer (Whig,) and the Ne vbruryport, Massach...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 June 1855

K VEN INT G STAR. Local Intolligtaca, MarmcroLtTAV Mtcsunoa' Imnrrv* ? din* t"> the reoord of tfcft leeond eihlbi tlou of this Insiita e, he saobtr of adtltt member? for the year ending D'Osmber 14. 1854. wa< four hundred and tlx y tt>, aid that of junior membe*s, on" bun Jred and eighty one ; or ao aggregate of six hundred and forty* three Tbe volutr.e likewise ou'ains a ee'alogie of artiole* depo*i>d for competition and pre nrutn at the second ar.rcai exhibition, in the months of Februay and March laat. end the reports of the commit tee* on th* several cla-ats and the award* to tb? puc?e-pful competitor* ; among * bom article* of v% ne eo ting >581 87. rare distributed, including s:X y-tcur silver and bronse medals Tha opening addr-M of Joseph A. Bradley, Esq , aod the closing ona of Professor llecrj, are embodied in tha printed " Record " Tha exhibition committee in the oocclusion of their report, congratulate tha Board,''that towete- unset sfwetory tba pecuoiaryr&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 June 1855

Kv. MNG STAR. BCATTX& IX BUDI. Scatter ye aeeda, and flower* will spring; Strew litem at broadcast o'er hill and glen; Sow ia your garden, and Use will bring Bright fli wers, with aee?]a to scatter again. Scatter ye aeeda,- nor think them loat, Though they fall amid leave* and are buried in earth Spring will aw>ka them, thoaoh heedlessly lowed. And to beautiful flowers thoac seeds will rive birth. * Scatter ye seeds; tire not, but toil; Tie the work of life, ??ts the labor of man ; In the head, in ih? heart, and on earth'" own soil, Sow, gather and sow, through life's own span. Scatter ye aeeda in tba field of mind? Seed* of flower*, with seeds of grata; In the spnag and summer sweet garland* ye'II find, And in autumn yeMI reap rich fruit for your pain Scatter ye seeds in the garden of heart, 8eeds of afTe tion, of truth, and of love ; Cultivate carefully each hidden part, And thy flowers wi I be seen by angel* above. Scatter ye scads?the aeeds of Hops; Plant in your bosom th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 June 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D TTTE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED HVERY AFTERNOON, (LXCLIT SUNliAYJ At tk* Stm Buildi- z, rontrr l*.'n7t*ifl+<iMS mv>rr.UA avd E'*ventk 'trfi't, II j U. D. WAlLACn, WW be to suhsrrifcen In the cities of Wash ington, fi"trr-town, Alrnndn*. Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A UUARTER CENTS, ptfthl* weekly In th* Acents- To mail subscribers the "nbscriprioti price is THREE HOLLARS AND FIFTY TENTS n yrar In advance. TWO DOL URS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR \r T HRfiLE MONTHS. fty-Hmor.* copies on DSWT. TREBLE PATENT IMPROVED EYELET MAJ CHINE. Firs* patent?combined on n*i? Mock gtTon'l nil *nt -self feedtn* with eyelet Third pat* at?patent improved fastener, riveting both rides All parii*1* 'ti want of a r>od Eyelet Machine, an* s'rwitfv recotnmondcH to it*? nc.nc but LIP M AN'S PATENT IMPROVED, which is decidedly the bm?t trcr l?roii?ht before the public, po'sefint numerous ad vanuees, viz : It is strong, durable and not!table %n j?et out of or der. It pu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 June 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITY: MOJBAY APmuroOH. June 18 SPIBIT or THIS MOKKilfO **588. The iiuellig*nt*>r 1*73 of the Attorney General's recently promulged opinion upon the new diplomatic and eonialar system of this government: "As there is nothing in o ;r admirable form of govern meat that mterdiots to any free white male citiien of thr United Statsa the appoint i^"ot to a place in ei'herof the systems above name*, and ns awbition is indigenous to ere ry mea.al soil, me opinions of oar learned At torney General, recently given on several K>ints of the law on that subject aboat to go to operation, acquire an importance and ?en eral interest whica gives th*m a claim to no tice in a public journal. This eannot bo said of the ordinary matters referred to that ofii cial ?'The'act to remodel the diplomatic and consular ;yreii of the United States,' thourh f.-eely and ablj ^i: rueted in the la-t Congress at length pa.??d through both ii"U?os and ob tained the President c*nction iu a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 June 1855

evening stak. Local Intelligence. "Panne th? Pip**."?At the clo?e of an election oonte^L, the triumphant party always feel disposed to honor their succeeaful candi date* with a serenade; r.nd hence. recently, the afreets were, at night, enlivened by the sounds of instrumental melody. A young man, named George Wataon, on Monday last, without consultation with any person, ("aotmg on his own book," as be al leges ) got up a subscription, in order to pay the expenses of a serenade, as the heading of the list expressed, to Dr Magruder, Dr M<!ler, I respectively eleeted Ald?rmen frcm the Firs' end Second Wads.) and Mr. Hoc he, the Union candidate f)r re election as City Collector, lie, nich this view, called upon numerous friends of these gentlemen, collecting variona amounts from one te three dollars; bnt a con tributor. suspecting tbat there was fraud in tke young man's movements, took the paper from him, and thus put an end to a further prosecution of the badness. And the aforesaid ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 June 1855

evkning star. THE HIOBT BT ?AERY CORNWALL. Oh the Hunmer night Has a amile of li^tit, And ?he aits upon a sapphire throne, Whilst ih" sweet winds load hex With xarlan-la of odor From the bud ol the rose o'erblown! But the Mitotan night Has a pirrring right. And a step both ttro ig and free , Ami a voice of wondrr, Like the wrath r>{ iiiiind?T, W h?Ui ht fcUoHi- ia Uut n irmy sea. And 7/;nter nisht Is ?I1 eold and white, Au ah** sinr* th a song of paia, Till tl?e wild bee huuimrth. And the warm spring eometh, When atiu die* in a dream of rati*' O, the mubt, the Bight I Tis a lov^!y sight. Whatever the clime ?.r time, For -orrow then -oareth, A^il l.i? lover oivpoureth Hid soul ?c a ?ur-bngnt rhyme. It brin^tSh sleep To tii?: far, ?t 4ff-p. The forest bird to its ;;e?t; To care, b ij'u liO'Jrs, And dreiinc r.f fliwtra, And that balm to the weary rest Fight with a Hugr Rattlesnake ? Mr. Daniel Terryman communicates to us an account of a thrilling encounter he recently had with a rat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 June 1855

WASHINGTON, TUESDAY. JUNE 19. 1855. < THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT ?UNI>AY.) At tk<s S'.ar Building. corner PenntyltajiiM 6v??k* an l E'*v*nlk stmt, Br W. D. WALL1CH, WiM be sordid to subscribers in the cities of Waih Inston, CeocreUiwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pnyalde wsekly to the Agents. To mail subscribers the subscription price fa> THREE DOLLARS AND FIPTY CENTS a year In adran. t, TWO DOL* LARS foe SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tr THREE MONTHS. yt^Smot* conns on 0?WT. SOMETHING f? KW USDES THE SUN. CHARLES WERNER, JVouylearnta nrw?, opposite Brownt' Hotel. HAS fitted up the coninmdion* hall over hi* Res taurant as a first class L.AGt;K BEER SA LOON, havinz pro'urei a ?npply of every luxury and comforts found in first class establishments of the kind in the N.inhera cities. U;s RHINE WINES and French White Wines, as well as his Olsrets, Scjarj. L*i'?er Beer, German. IaJian, and Switzer CHEESES, and indee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 June 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: TUESDAY AFTZKHOOH Jane 19. | AtiE-NTM FOB THE STAR. The following persons are authorised to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmhr, N. W. comer of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pbttinqill & Co., Kassa-: street. Byton? Y. B. Palmkb, Scollay's Building. XT Ai>v?bti3h*:ent8 should he handed In by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. SPluXT CF THE M34RIKO FHJJ8. The Union illustrate? ike fact that the first or fundamental p inciple of Know Xothingism, Is to tell falsehoods, by its pertinacity in mis rcp:e*eciicg the relative number of nativo aui foreign born persons in the employment of (be General Government. It presents a table of the birth places of the employees an der the four departments of tha Executive branch of the Government, footing up 2,567 native? and 332 foreign born; whereas, the Knew Nothings oontinue falsely to say that there are 'j7S natives a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 June 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intalligence. Coomso with QasMr Willard. of the National Hotel, haa in operation, at hi? popu lar eetablishment, a simple arrangement for oooking with gaa A member of tha Balti more bar, in apeaking on the au^ject, seya: ?' One of my neighbors, who haa Iried it. ax preaaea himself in great praiie of it* economy and sueeesa; and a beefat*ke from Mr. Wil lard a gaa gridiron waa served to me. preserv Ing ita juiee. and exquisitely done. Mr Ouy, ol the Monument House, who is one of the best judge* in the country of the culinary art, haa adopted it, and recommeada it aa a great fuel and labor saving invention, which is des tine*!. I believe, to confer untold benefit* and comfort* on all olaase*. and ahould. aa it mcst. amply reward ita publio spirited inventor." The bar* cf the gridiron are hollow. To these the gas ia communicated by moana of a gutta percha tube attached to the ordinary jet. In tbeee bars are amall perforation*, the gas es caping through which ia Igni...

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