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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

FIRST -KNOWN IN THE PUGILISTIC HEMISPHERE BT THE APPELLATION OP THE BLACK DIAMOND ^ ¦ - • ;• . j . / -,..... ; . ., , BDT -WHO ROSE BAPIDLTBt HIS SCIENTIFIC ; PURSUITS TO , THE PROW * •¦¦ < * ¦ • ¦ - . ¦ TITLE • OFI THE .. ., • ¦ ¦ ...- .,,. , CHAMPION of ENGL AND nr t 82 i . Great events are generally judged of by cdmparison ; and , however severe the conflict might have been bctyveen Johnson and Big Ben . —this battle . betwixt CIUBB . and Molineaux ; was inot . only more formidable jp its nature , but njore ferocious and sanguinary . FIFTVFIVE minutes of unprecedented . OTj / -, ling , before tlie Moor ihougTtthe had had enoug h 1 . ! , ; ,. If anything had been wanting to establish the fame of CRIBB , the above contest lids • completely de * - cided his . just ; pretensions -to the CHAMPIONSHIP OF E NGLAND . ; . With a cpolnes . ? and conficlence , almost his , own , and with ikill and judgm ^ pt , ; so truly rare , that he has beaten his men with more certainty than ...

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; far ( it iit g . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

; far ( it iit g . , ; From BellsLifein London / Cowes _ Regatta . ; , .-,. , >„ . .. MpMDAY , Aug . 15 J 1853 . . , jTj ( ie ,, ^ ay ippened with favorable weather , there bein «* a gentlp pf eieze frontj ithe nprtliwarid and eastward , wly-ch . varied during the day ; round to the . south-west , ani . aliKpugli tnefe w * as not sufficient wind to test the relative : qualities of each of the cimpetitors , for had there been more the result might have been vjeiyrdifferent as jegards the position of the yachts on their return . 7 J ftj & e were , however , five vessels forLthe match , which required testing . The Osprey , the Arrow , and . th ^ ; , Aurora had undergone the process of lengthening ; the Mosquito , W j tff beieve , was in ; statu quo , and tKe Jujiawas a new-cutter , built by Ratsey , on the f , combination lines , jO ^ -in other words , English-Ameri canized . The Arrow and Mosquito last summer proved each a match fcjr . the other , notwithstandi...

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REGATTA IK MATAGORDA BAY . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

REGATTA IK MATAGORDA BAY . LAVA , CA , Aug . 11 , 1853 . ! On Monday last ; our beautiful bay w * a ! s enliv erieflby the appearance at our wharves of almost innumerable sailing craft of small dimensions . One would have ! thought-i-bhflself .. suddenly . ; transported from-oiiT * quiet placid La- ! vaca ^ Bay tO the Pass or *< Ocean i SpririgS ; siich jiVaS the ; immense I fleet , of , Ithe . *; jg ^ ll ^ fry * ^ arid the crowd of strangers collected here ; to witness the regatta . . This being the first regatta of- Western Texas ; the craft required a : little coaxiri g to get them to come inin sufficient ! numbers to mijlke , it interesting . This beingv . theicase , the prizes were put down at four jail in money : First prize $ 30 , second prize $ 25 ; third prize . ; ^ 10 ; fourth prize $ 5 . Entrance . ;^ 3 v AJ 1 boats entered in a , class ; . the first boat to take the first prize , and iso on . > , The di . 5tance rim was-fourteen mil ^ ih a triangle ...

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Sweepstake Sailing MatcL ' ' [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

Sweepstake Sailing MatcL OC « AN ; , SPBISM OS ; AU % . 20 . 1853The only entries for the stakes were the Edith and Veritujfe , the latter boat iieing thWtevbtite in tlte Betting circles *• up 1 -td iM - iimeW starting . The brleeie ; if it Hiight ; be so called , Wa * fifoWthe froiShi when the signal grin-Witt 1 We d ^ W get under way , -The 1 Bdittf UoM the lead and turned tHeflrst st * ki ! boat one minutes ahedd 1 of-i | fte Venture .. At the second BtakeUhff i Venture had gained upon her 43 ; seconds ; and before readbing * . i | h « flag boat in front of the wha ^ the : firat round , she passed theEdWi > jand turned it a minute and several ; seconds inthe lead ... After a short tack up the bacfc bay tJperceivingi a squall coming from . tW . direc-: tion , the Venture tacked ati ^ made ) for the stake boat under the-Igland operiirig rapidly the-gap bet , » ye ^ herself and the Edith . Owingto , jyery bad management : by sprnfj ,. :: ; jone on board , she carried her ...

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% ortmg IiMigtutt . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

% ortmg IiMigtutt . EXCITIHG TACHT BACE ! iV- : -- * - > : ; - OR TBB DILAWABE , AT rHILADCLPHlA . TRIUMPH OF TIJE YACHT BIANOJL ! NEW YORK STILL AHEAD . . — - rn . roasB - $ 500 . Thegreat Begatta which has been th , e talk-in tUe fporiing circles of PMladelphia for some time past , took place on the rreer . Delaware , on Monday last , ac & rdrn & to previous announcement . Tro- raiip * wkrffor a purse of S 5 tW , the boatsjto s ^ art from Kensington , proceed dj & wn the Delaware to a buoy off Marf ens Hook , round the buoy and return to the , ; pjace , of starting , in all a distance of jj -10 , Wles . ; The following yachta wjere ,, entered ,-, viz : ¦ BIANCA , of Xew York . ; John Sj . Keyser ; George L . Broome ; t D , L . Wilcox ; Flying Cloud . George Vansciver sailed the Bianca . Eaoh ; yacht Jipd a picked crew of ten msn . ;; ,- * ,.. {; H , . , ; .. ., I s Atr an early- hour , the river and wharves : along the city front pres...

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THE TARGET . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

THE TARGET . FALL AND WINTER EXCURSIONS ¦ OF . 1853-----H 6 LBERTON LIGHT LNFANTRT . ,, This company , under thc command of Capi , J ; rSkiBB ^ weiit on their annual larj ^ t ^^ JqooiTThursday , 8 th * inst ^ -T-he cofflpany turned out forty-six muskets , and after parading through our principal streets ; proceeded To thegfounds of Mr . DayidJPollbckiat ^ Hpboken , for target « er ^ else . The following are the names of ilie successful shots , and the prizes awarded them :, i j .,, *; ,, ; , . * y , 7 i • . .-. i . ;; . 1 stjPrije—SUver . Cap , Wm . Simonson . , , .:. 2 dPrirc—Sflver Cap , J : Smith . Sur-Prixe—iHa * iiottilii { ng ,, JoIiix > Sii ? itfa . ;*[ ¦! ,.. ; 4 th Fi-ize—Silver itouittctl MiiskeVWm . Jolinnnn . ith IMM—Five Dollar « old Kece ; JIat- CottVlin . . i 6 th Prjie—Hat , . Alfred Cooper . . . ¦ v • , , IthTrizo—1-alr Boots ; Aleit . freacr . Sth frize—iViurBootjt , , Hii * am Crothprs , s ,, ¦ , r ; - ¦ ; ; i , UNITED , GUARD . i . * i ; . The Unit ^ ....

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VlPstt anb t (» e ^ riri £ ' hjt ^ r , « -. ;' - *• ' . $ !** i * Z' ;> [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

VlPstt anb t (» e ^ riri £ hjt ^ r , « -. ; - *• . $ !** i * Z ;> • Amusement ! . \ y-7 ; ;¦ - ¦¦¦ \ *¦¦ ¦ . ¦¦ : I - ¦ \ WAMJACK S THBATRB , —Thjs j bMUti- * fiii jplace of amusement hasibonVeU patronised sinco the opening ) and it will indeed be a difficult matter to organise a : ? , « . ^ r . **™ P ¥ > y ; 5 * LPf * w ™*™ J ^^ hrt belonging to this theatre . Sterling comedies and pleasing farces have beon tne features of the week , and altogether the present season promises to surpass ill others at Walloons . \ , * , * .- f * - } r , ¦ , : jBowKBV . —Mrs . Farren has been playing a star engagement at the Bowery Theatre , supported by . Mr ^ E . Eddy , Stevens , undlhVrottfeSrmembers ol tie coppany , aqd -, tho . libuses have ^ een th | ronged 2 J TWbenent ^ Mrr . -YcoBiaiw la ^ t week ^ was a benefit in every sense ofthe wpird , and ; -yielded that lady , * substantial remuneration for her efforts to please her fnenSi ^ and- thipatroiwjof the Old Bowery . I ...

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, " , . ; ^ j ' nfWtbric Clipper . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

, , . ; ^ j nfWtbric Clipper . ., . f ^ THER ! WfPROVEMiiNTS . • -i . t -Jlfi isfl , , ^ ,., , ; ,. Niw < riBA » ii-lt « W- ITVPB , . AifB BJILABM- • ¦ ¦ , sir !» i * H < r . i ( ; .. . ; I . , , - . * , * —T i ¦ ,,, ; Tho unprecedented silccess of ( he ; I | Ievf . Yprk . Clipper , flpt , yetsixmontliBia • existenpe ,: has induced us . to mako mill greater improvements in its appearance las . woll as- contents .. Thoimmonse edition published weekly has so worn our tjrpeiB-ki rtiider it hecessaVy to procure aii entirenew sait , iri which thc Clipper isjilresi-jfited . to its readers this week . We 1 / iV . e sti sis ^ procured a new heading , ^ iiich ^ isjtotK iifat arid attraiitivc , and Jf ^ y ^ HY ^ ii ^^ KWy 1 ^^ 0 ur liew typo ,. being niucii sViiailer than that , forraj ^ ty ( used on the * Ripper , a larger quantity , pf , ma ^ r . ^ iU th fis -t e . plawi > bofpiTe-tiie ; reader , -syithout any alteration . yhfttpjerjio pur , terms . It affor...

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ri -CRICKET . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

ri -CRICKET . NEW-YORK VS . ST . GEORGES CLUB—TWO DAYS EXCITING SPQRT—ST . GEORGES CLUB THE VICTOR . , V . The , return match , between New-York and Saint George s Cricket . Clubs was commenced on the ground of the New York plub , Hoboken , . . p ^ JWedncsday aud terriiitiated on Thursday . The result was a . victory for the Saint George s Club , whose score shows thirty-five more runs than that of the New-York Club . The first game was played some time since arid won by the New-York Club . The following are the names of the elevens : > . . ¦ Xas rork Cluh .: ¦ . « . Ceorae s Olub . Messrs . Barclay , Messrs . Coniery , Wlkon , ¦ ¦ ¦ • ¦ S , Wright , . Saunty , BinKliam , - * ¦> - * , R . Walter Harvey , Bage , : C «) P , Dixon , Sams . Blackburn , . ; Si lllrl > > -. Burnett , . Fletcher , Meiklebauni , : Kickerby , .., , .. ( , . Knscin ,, Doctcry . Hindliaugh . The weother . on bpth days was fine . The New-york Club won the toss , . tut...

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PH ( ENrx ' citrAM &[ oB oiBlir ^ OKs ^ OF THE ' TE ]^ mSWA 0 : yi ^ y [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

PH ( ENrx citrAM &[ oB oiBlir ^ OKs ^ OF THE TE ]^ mSWA 0 : yi ^ y This fine company of Citizoi Volunteers ( independent , )¦ organized ; rAaj- ^ ati lOth , 1 ^ 9 , -iii tend njakiDgtheir \ firtl » ~ annual pani iM ^ i . JiDn & y ^ SeptU 19 th , x ii 53 , under conuhand of-thetbU-sWing officers . ^ Capt . R . H . Welch ; First Lieut ., Fred . Togg ; Second Lieut ., Fred . Eberhard ; Third Lieut ., - Ralph Reynolds ; - This company ^ . was originally organized in honor of Phceiiix Hose Confpany , No . 22 , whose name they bear . Their uniform is as foUows , viz :, bkckpants . j With , drab . stripe , ; black frtick coat ;; patpnj-leather body-belt ,. with brpss plate , with . the name of the company gn ^ raved thereon ;• cap , on ; the , style lately adopted as the . regulation capj bf the , U . S ; . A . The ^ . OldStqcksTiiiicreasejinsnuinbers each year , and their excursions alway , give satisfaction tothose concerned , i . They calculate on , parading : 49...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

\ WSzTfr ^ z 7 ^ -. : * y . yi i ¦ X ^ . ** ; ^ ij l ^^ PER , ^^ TEMBER , iig 753- ^ 4 «»*» THBliW , Yropri ^ i Saguwt qtiEKN , Kditor . • I WHOLESALE AOEHlT FOR THE % -Se &^ fe 4 % tr 4 R 6 ss * & JONES , 21 Anrf Street . S . HALLOCK , 150 Fulton Street . - . MIKE MADPEN , 47 A-nn Street . i ; . ^ Ajftis y § tEi ; r ; J 5 , Anu Street ,

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Trotting' Matches on ' CentrevlHe and Union Courses , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

Trotting Matches on CentrevlHe and Union Courses , On Monday , aftornooh two t ( rotting matches came off , on , the . Union , and Ccutreville Courses , Long Island , each of wliich was attended by a 1 a r ^ e number of persons . Atthe Union Course thc following blooded . horses were entered for a purse and stake of $ 125 , mile heats , boat threo in five , in harness : Mr . NELSON named g . g . Dennis McCabe . Mr . WOODRUFF named b . m . Lady Collins . J . WHEtPlVaiamod b : m . Lady Relief . The firgtitwe heats wero won by Lady . Relief . ¦•• _ ,, ,.,. Timo—First heat ,. 2 inin . , 46 . sc ? . Time—Second heat , 2 min ^ 43 sec . Dennis McCabe was withdrawn . On the third heat , Mr . WOODRUJTF brushed np Lady Collins , and sho come out the winner of the third , heat . . This heat created some excitement among tho spectators , and numerous bets wcre mode . The first quarter-pole was reached by Lady Collins in 38 seconds ; aud the half-mile in 1 minute and 15 j _ seconds . The latter ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

Notice . IJ ^ Persons , wishing to ^ subscribe to the Clipper , will please ; send direct u _ ojgr Office , Not . 150 ? Fulton street .

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FUNNY FffiWAMMENT . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

FUNNY FffiWAMMENT . ¦ NUMBER EIGHT . COFFEE AND CAKE SALOONS . Reader , did you ever dive into the mysteries of a Coffee and Cake Saloon ? Most of my young friends have , ! believe , but there are thousahds of my readers who daily pass these convenient little stopping places , and yet have never had curiosity enough to wish to enter . Some think they are-frequented only by low and vulgar rowdies , who merely make them places of meeting , to discuss the merits of the Philadelphia Killers or the New York Short Boys . To those who think thus , let me say you ore decidedly wrong in your conclusions . Take a walk with me , and Ill show you some of the principal Coffee and Cake Saloons and disabuse your mind of any erroneous impressions yoa may have formed of them . Lets see , where shall we begin . Ah ! I have it , well visit those in the Bowery first , and then take a walk down town to see our friend Dick Marshall . You see that Saloon near the Bowery Theater ? That s Harry WeckerIey s ...

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The Strangers' Guide . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

The Strangers Guide . € ii % mstmfa * y [ Any emissions , alterations , or corrsctions , in thie following list , will be attended to . oo the fact being made-known at our Office . ] The followinsJist at onct points out to strangers and othera , thelocalities of every piaee of amusement in New-York City , together with tbe prices of admission , time of opening , and much other useful information , not to be found in any other journal . Wallack i Theatre . Broadway , near Brooroe-Street . Parquette , Dresa and Family Circle . Parquetto and DrestCircIe 50 cts ., Family Circle 25 eta . Leasee Mr . Wallack . Stage Manager Mr . Lester . Treaaurer Mr . Charles Wallack . Doors open at 7 o clock . Performances commence at half-past 7 . The following are the names of the membera of the Company : Mr . Blake , Mr . Lester , Mr . Brougham , Mr . Walcot , Mr . Lysander Thomp- Mr . Dyott , « on , Mr . F . A . Vincent , Mr . Reynolds , Mr . Mr . F . ChippenMr . H . B . Phillips , dale , Mr . Liste...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

STYTE op . NKW VORK , StCatTAltY-B Orr , o » , Albany , August 18 , 1853 . TO THE SHERIFF OF THE COUNTY NEW YORK . Sir -. —Notice is hereby given that at the General Election to be held in the State on the Tuesday succeeding the fust Monday of November ncxt , the foUowing officers are to be elected , to wit : * A Secretary of State in the place of Henry S . Randall . .,. . ,- ¦ - A Comptroller in the p lace of John C . Wri g ht . An attorney General intpe place of LeviS . Chatfield . A State Engineer and Surveyor , in the place of William J McAlpine . A State Treasurer , in the place of Benjamin Welch . Junior . A Canal Commissioner in the place of John C . Mather . • • . A State Prison Inspector , in the place of William P . Angel . ,, Two Judges of thc Court of Appeals—one in . the place of Charles H . Ruggles , and one inthe place of Hiram Dcnia , appointed to fill thc vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Freeborn G . Jewitt . A Clerk of tSe Court of Appeals in the place of j...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

i wixisiii ^ Mustang Liniment ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ - ¦ —J- < ¦ ! : it * This article has been thoroughly introduced , andis now universally used , throughout the eatire Union , British Provinces , Canada , Bermudas , and West India Islands , and its power and influence is fast becoming felt , wherever civilisation has obtained a foothold . Its mild and soothing influence upon diseased parts—effectually CURING in all cases—virtues so . diametrically opposed to all other medicincs of the kind ussed—has obtained for it its world-wide reputation . : RHEUMATISM . of years standing has been totally eradicated frum the system , giving the limbs aU : their pristine vigor and activity . ¦ Ita power to conquer this dreadful affliction alone makes ^ invaluable ; but there are many other diseases considered equally incurable , and almost as distressing , that are entirely dispelled under the magical influence ofthe MUSTANG LINIMENT . . An experience of five years enables us to as sen with confide...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

TREMENDOUS BARGAINS ATTHE CELEBRATED LARGEST AND CHEAPEST CARPET ESTABLISHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES , No . 99 Bowery , New York , HIRAM ANDERSON . EioKT SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS—WHOLES AL • ¦ .. ¦ ¦ r AND RETAJL , , ¦ , Sales Room No . 1 . CONTAINS THE MOST EXTENSIVE , FA SHIONABLE . and handsome assortment • . Hare s celebratedEng lish and AmcricauFloor Oil Cloths , ofthe newest stylj , satin finish , marble , Italian , fresco , and scroll paintings ^ ever offered in this city , from 2 s . 6 d . to $ 1 the square yard of 1 to 8 yards wide Sales . Room No , 2 . THERE ARE 250 PIECES OF , THE CHOICEST , most beautiful and desirable patterns of English nnd American Ingrairi ! Carpeting , at unparalleled low prices , from 5 s . to 6 s . 6 d . per yard . Manufactured for our city sales . Sales Room No . 3 . CONTAINS 300 PIECES OF ENGLISH AND American Imperial Three Ply Carpeting , of magnificent Scroll and Gothic figures . imported and manufactured to order , some of which cannot be found at...

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% Cfeipper * s Cabin . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

% Cfeipper * s Cabin . Talk with onr Frienda t Home and Abroad . IVe have rcceiTed a number of comnications at our office during the past ck , which will all receive proper allien . Our answers to correspondents the last number of the Clipper , hare en general satisfaction , and questions every descrip tion have heen handed to us for solution in this week s paper . ¦ low we answer all wo havo room r : 0 . K . —Who was the father of Zehec s children % According to ancient writers , Zehee was said to have heen the parent , b y ntmrant , of a large number of orphans , t it was never satisfactorily determin- | who was their real father . Accord-1 n to Guntcr , who is considered good tthority on such subjects , the children Zcbcdee , originally had no father , t by a system of intermarriage , comon in those days , Zcbedee assumed c parental care of his orphans . P HILADELPHIA . —When is the New ork Crystal Palace to he . opened . On making inquiry of Mr . Theodore dgwick , President of t...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 17 September 1853

A WEEKLY 8 P 0 MTHG PAPER , - MVOttDTO THE RING , THE TURF , YACHTING , PEDESTRIAMS sr , CRICKET , ROWING MATCHES , THEATRICALS , MUSIC , And the various sports of the OLD WORLD AND THE NEW . THE CLIPPER is published every Thursday morning , and is for sale by thc news dealeis in • New York , Brooklyn , Williamsburgh , Jersey City , & c , at thelow price bf 3 cents per copy . Reports of Races , Prise Fights , and sporting items of all kinds . will be gladly received from correspondents , and inserted gratuitously in the columns of the CLIPPEB . Advertisements inserted on reasonable terms , viz ., G cents per lirie for the first insertion , and 4 cents per line for eaeh subsequent insertion . The CLIPPSK , will afford a desirable medium for the circulation of sporting and other advertisements , as its immense patronage secures its pe rusal by 50 , 000 readers . Full reports of eveiy spotting affair of interest , in this or the old country , will . be always found in the C...

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