By William Cullen Bryant
At his loss of life in 1878 William Cullen Bryant have been, for fifty-one years, the executive editor and a primary proprietor of the recent York night submit. The paper have been begun in 1801 by way of attorney William Coleman in organization with the Federalist flesh presser Alexander Hamilton. In 1826, Coleman employed Bryant as a reporter. even though Coleman can have engaged his prone due to his growing to be contrast as a poet, Bryant was once additionally by means of then an skilled author of prose, having released greater than fifty severe and well-known essays. He were either editor of and so much widespread author for the per 30 days long island assessment and the USA overview, and used to be recognized greatly for his lectures on poetry earlier than the hot York Athenacum. by the point he assumed the course of the night put up after Coleman's dying in 1829 he had proved himself, in 3 annual volumes of the vacation reward ebook The Talisman, to be trained in a wit and irony quickly mirrored in his editorials.
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Extra resources for Power for sanity: selected editorials of William Cullen Bryant, 1829-1861
So many domestic fires have been put out, and the furnaces of so many manufactories have been extinguished, that the dense cloud of smoke which always lay over the city, inclining in the direction of the wind, is now so thin as often to be scarcely discernible, and the buildings of the great metropolis appear with unusual clearness and distinctness. On a fair afternoon the corners of the houses, their caves and roofs, appear as sharply defined as if the spectator stood close by their side, and from the walks of Hoboken you may count the dormer windows in any given block of buildings.
April 13 216 Political Ventriloquism. April 24 220 Friar Tuck Legislation. April 26 222 Disturbance of Public Meetings. May 27 223 A New Public Park. July 3 226 Blue Law Legislation. July 3 228 Industrial Feudalism. July 3 229 Texas. July 25 231 A Discovery. July 27 233 The New Texas Test. July 27 235 The Rhode Island and Philadelphia Cases. July 27 237 The Republic Newspaper. July 27 238 Manufacturing in a Pigstye. September 19 239 The Native American Party. November 12 241 The Charge of Fraud.
There are some peculiar customs prevailing among the audience here, which are apt to provoke a smile on the lips of a rational stranger. All their ladies dress in the most tasteless and extravagant style, and yet betray the most incontrovertible evidences of vulgarity, sitting on the banisters with their backs to the stage, between the acts, eating Carolina potatoes, and drinking ginger pop. This is done every night at the Park Theatre, and some good society females smoke "long nines" with a degree of audacious ease and familiarity that are really shocking.
Power for sanity: selected editorials of William Cullen Bryant, 1829-1861 by William Cullen Bryant