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New York Sporting Whip

NY Sporting Whip Jan 28 1843, 6 cents.  Likes the Herald.  Attentive to firemen, firemen’s ball and decorations, and engines and banners. ads for terrapin lunch, the Olympic, etc.  Likes Tom Nichols. covers fire men, fair sex, vice, etc but not arts. Dislikes the Aurora.  Likes Dixon.  Dislikes Woodbridge, who used to employ Scoville of the Pick and run the Whip?

NY Sporting Whip Feb 11 1843 attacks richly colored and beautifully engraved prints representing the connection of the sexes in every book and print shop, one on Nassau st, and sidewalk stands

NY Sporting Whip Feb 11 1843 openly blackmails a dancer, argues Bennett does it but won’t admit it

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