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TUDOR ENGLAND.
THK KATION AND IT.-' RULERS IN THE
TIME OF THK REFORMATION.
fOCIAL l-NQLAND A Record of the rrosra*? of
the Pe ipli In ReJIgl in. Laws, Learning, Art-,
Indi tr? - '? m ni ?? ?? S den e, Literature and
M : . ? i:.?-: ? Tin e? to th Pres?
en: Dav. By Various IVrltera Edited by II. D.
Tr.ii.;, 1? i' 1. Sometime Fellow of St. J,,.m s
College. Oxford Volume II] Froi ?.ccesslon
nf H'nri VIH to the Death .?' Elizabeth. Pp.
xii. BSi. .; ?' Putnam's s na
This v ilurne t-errles the history * England In ail
mo?: all Its aspects beyond the boundaries of
mediaeval!?.!' Many yenrs were -re! to ?lapse
before the hideous punishments of .indent law
?would he put away. There were times still to
come after thn death of Elisabeth when the rack
and the boot and other Instrunv nta of tli?? tort?
ure-chamber would be used to force contassions
f-rotn accused porsons and from witnesses. r,ii<*
of the most scandalous outbreak* of fanaticism
t'net the world sver saw the witchcraft de'USlon
- was still S thlnt* of the future. Put mediaeval?
i m as a system was pact when Henry Vlll
-*?ime to the English throne, an : much of the ruin
it le:"f was elenred away before Elisabeth dlrap
peared from th.* scene. Tiie puzzle if the thing
i? that in times when England ?vas advancing
pi rapidly, ?-rowing in power, !n numoers, In
wealth, m external Influence and in the sense of
Individual freedom, Its rulers should have been
more despotic than they had been for gene?
rations. Hut this phtsnomenon had nol been un
known In earlier times. A harsh and rruel ser^s
of monarchs had ruled England fr im the time
of William th" Conqueror to that of Henry II,
uni y: the period had been one of remarkable
progress With evil times came weak mon?
archs. And n**sv after the long anarchy of the
W,.rs of the Rises, Knglan 1 grew united and
pr -sperous under the rule of ? family whose rast
was dubious nr.1 whose conduct en the throne
was marked by dangerous eccenltlcltlea Henry
VII and his granddaughter Eliasbeth w--re
inisc-riy to a dejrree. Henry VIII and his daughter
Mary were -rwllt t i ?-'i-ti blood. In all four seif?
est?', m was almos; a mania. But tlioir vices as
Well as th?lr virtues contributed in a ?ay to the
-v-ifare of TCngland. Henry VH left an over?
all .wing treasury, and in spending the money
Henry VIH. by his magnificence, laid the founda?
tions Of a popularity that just outlasted th>- arbi?
trariness of his lif?1. tl.fi habits became tli su i f a
?pendthrlft Rut if hi.? expenses had not grown
with his years he might not have thought of
a*t;!'-klng the religious bouses in the way I
and England mirht have continued ?nd ?finitely
t? be burdened with what was foreign to her
modes of thought.
In the volume In hand Henry gets all the
he deserves for the work hn did. Rut he is n t
prslssd for his go.?d Intent! na It happened
that his lesli f r ; rs nnl aggrandizement met
th--? desire of hi? subjects : exclude all :
authority and Influence from their island. Eng?
land for the Knglish was in effect what they In
ei*-tc?I upon, and they were for the moment In llf
ferent to the fact that his version was England
for Henry. Instinctively he went as far In the
matter of t-ellgioui reform as the majority of Eng?
lishmen in his day wished and no further. They
were, in general, contented with the ?* -trines ..f
the Church as they l id received them. Tue end?
less disput?t!' ms of a later ag-> had not yet opened
their eyes to the i" sslWUty of difference. But
they ha ". always . ? ? n Jealous of the rights of the
jii.ciish Church, they want? d no usages that coul l
be described to th-'in merely as foreign, and they
v.-ere determined to have no meddling from with?
out in their affairs If they dd avoid It. Henry's
learning, which ?vas indeed man'. Ilous for a
King, made him an Intelligent defender of the
faith; whl!" the Incidents Of his career and his
own pasnlons led him to ass ri s pi n mal auth iri
ty which accomplished for the Chur?h what his
subjects en the whole desired. His success and
the subsequent failure of the H?lent Somerset ar?
contrasted to shew the condition of thought in
Eng'-H? i In those times. The latter- meant appar?
ently to carry out the policy of Henry, Hut he
meddled with doctrine, and acta of repression
which in Henry's case could be ma le to s--em po?
ll;:-a", i y leccssary beca;:.- with him mere perse*
eutlon for '. : in- is . ?. n. When
U ame to meth Is for gettj - t 101 ? Henry was
equally fortunate. Ii was ne essary for him to
bear lightly upon the middle classes They wer?
the first t?? fe ' the weight of a tax, and they were
under no obligations to the Crown whi? h mlgnt
keep them fr un c mplalnlng or even I
Ing an Imposition which they deemed unjust, if
Henry prasaed n ney f: m the n- blllty and from
the r| h, he t k nly what he or bis predecessor
?ad put In their way. Hut it was Hfferent With
th se who earned what they },. . .. WHS
mote conscious of this than the earners them*
?elves. As to the n 'blllty, Henry was fort?natela
the fact that th- w.irs of th?- Roses had d? itr >ye l
nearly a!i the ancient housea Th ,.?? In existence
were a Tudor creation, and their life and power
were bound upon the support of the dynasty. It
vas to their interest t > be 1 lyal, even when the
King became a bloody tyrant. Henry was ?is ,
lti"ky in his favoritea in the magnlfl ence of
Wolsey and th" craft of Cromwell, be could < >.
p?riment on the people, testing at every point the
limi? .->f their endurance. Wolsey was as arro
gan- as his mast? r. but * I his match in the
Parliament which would - nly v\,w the sul
be iSemanded after they themselves ha 1 fix?-d th
t'-rms ?n whl h they should be paid. He did nol
ur.'lcrsvn.d the English Nation, ?ni he inter?
preted literally the claim of absolute power ''ii the
part of th? King. On the other hand, the people
understood very well that they, too, ha<l p iwer to
enstrain royalty ?vh"-n the necessity t?-? do so be?
came unavoidabl-. The picture glvn of Wolsey
in this volume is not an unattractive one It he
wa? deep ,;ie, he was also kindly. He meant to he
of use to the people, though his manner was that
of one giving alms rather than that of a man wh?i
was performing a duty. In Henry it Is hard to see
anything but utter "selfishness, skilful In the use
of Instruments, careful of his own personal isatis
faction, bringing about the g )od of the realm he
cause somehow that accorded with his own cher?
ished desires. If it had happened that his per?
sonal Irishes an I the best interests of his kingdom
had been oppose 1 to each other, h>- would certainly
have b<*en a tyrant. As matters stood, there -anas
room for two "pinions about him. and both have
b. en expiated. In the present volume a balance.
Is fairly struck between the two extremes of
prals? and blame.
If It had not been for the religion* houses,
Henry's ? pendthrlft habits would certainly have
led him to acts of oppression, from will":! he
happily isMapi ! That much suffering ?vas
caused by theli detraction Is ttertaln. But
the suffering was such as the natl<?n felt only
indirectly. These houses had filled a place
which afterward had to be filled by legislation.
They had taken cara- of the poor for ?ges, find
when they were gone the want a.f them was
a/aii >r\ by Poor Laws and Statutes against
sturdy beggars and vagabonds. Not only
those who subsist. ?1 on the gifts <.f the monas?
teries, but also the mon?stica themselves, were
turned out ?o beg or starve. But the people at
targe, hardly observed this fact as one which
was cert i In In the end t-. affect their own well
being. What they saw was that institut! mi
which had never teat* deemed English? and ?rere
IndustrissBvIy ?*UlAed as the home;! ,,t Indolenee,
corruption and nameless crime, were to be blotted
out. The number <.f men with money was rap
Idly increasing, and the desire to own land wo:i
univemal. KarrnliiK throughout th<- Tu'lor p rlod
was of a kind only imperfectly known t . pi'- til?
ing ages. The profit of WOOl-grawtng had grown
enormously, and those who had m??ney to buy
land, or the power to in? "ossj what had hitherto
been held In common, became wealthy with
comparatively little trouble or industry. Til
abbey lands ?M?rc eagerly tuken up by rich tni-n
who cared nothing for the p?.or. The movement
was noteworthy, for It revealed the beg-innlngs of
the modern commercial spirit, with Its tendencies
In favor of the strong and the capable and Its
Contempt for the weak. Agriculture m?de hardly.
any progress. Th? country was filled with the
clamor Of men turned out Of their holdings, and
of labor?is for whom there was no work. Even
royslty bad to listen to this outcry, especially
when it led. as it did on several occasions In the
times of Henry and Miry, t ? open rebellion.
Hut In fa,-; tin- tendency was one which could
n . y,r resisted, it was part of the evolution of
Individualism, arainst which the communal Ideas
Inherited from the Middle Ages, and from still
earlier times, were powerless. But the opei
up of the abbej lands was naturally a relief.
It retarded by so much the process i f Incl sure
and was of similar value to the farmer and
, 't,?:? that the confiscation of plate, Jewels and
??the;- movables from the monastic h iuse s is to
the middle-class contributor :? royal subsidie
It put off an <???',: day that was felt to
and it saved the popularity of the king. What
would have happened ?f he had lived to do ns
he meant to do, namely, t-> '.ay hands on the
surplus of the universities, can only be Imagined.
Henry had found the treasury rich, he left it
r-oor. But the country was crowing richer
dally, not through his magnificence and luxury,
but in spite of It. It was growing more Intelli?
gent. It was replete with Ideas which were
soon to be embodied In the grandest body ?,f
literature known to history. ^'?:: Ihe universi?
ties decayed. TA- new learning which had
spurns: up under the Influence i f Erasmus, wh? n
the king was in the heydaj of youthful enthu?
siasm, withered nwsy 01 was cultivated only by
the few. Hut the memory of it spr? i h There
was an endless amount of translation an i li
tatlon. The classics were as much the subject
of every-day conversatl ?n as the lightest llt?*ra?
ture Is st the present day. Society was saturated
with what it to k to be learning. P rliaps it
was no l im In the end th:i" the universities lost
ground f >r a time. In the eng? r dlsp itatlon that
went on everywhere else. In the taste for n ?veily
and for display, there lay a capacltj n h
would soon produce a host of poets and drama?
tists. 1", r this, almost the wh '? Tu lor ; rl
was merely a time of preparation, it was n t
tiil toward the dose of Elisabeth's r-l ;n th M th.
plant which had been so long cultivated bei in
to bloom In pert ctlon.
With all th" wish and the opj rtunlt* b
tyrants, there was ne thir.tr which w uld In nny
, case have kept the Tu lors fr im wl? Idlns ab
power. They were not military. Ilenr? In? id? i
France with an army hampei >d bj hla pert ml
attendants and belongings l au rrre th i!
he Is sarcastl illy impar? d In this
pro*. rb of lu: iir* an I li ? ? ? ? I P r.?i mi
Xerxea Seither he nor r'ilzabel ;
f lught the r battl? s < n land an I si * the? ;
help It. Had 11 t been I I I un
1 private Indlvl luala tl Armada n ? l hav?
been li fi ati I. N i p< i suai lona and i
- iff ed to open the Queen's ; n
' enough to victual the ?hips In a proper n
This trait of parsimony was tl
father and daughter, becau ?? the* had
' away compli t? ly with all ihe rm d
! centlves to loyalty on Ihe i irl of 11
The retain- r <? ' a feud il loi 1 h id ? A ' I
i If he fa:!- 1 In his duty he b in ?? a !? '
i st. But the - '. ; ?? of tl Tudoi wei ?, in
\ theory at le ist, adhi rent f the monarcn,
\ They bore n-> devl? hat of n i
I Import. Their loyal'y ?vas nndul.? tested
, they were fore? 1 to serve with ui pay ind
with nothing to eat, In tw ? ?
deserted their col irs. 8u t. nts ?
to the curious arguments wl Ich led i
. ting aside of the loni bow as a w ?: ?
war. The very fact that through
wh le of the Tudor period srehers ?? ntinu?d ?
. i ! irge pai t of English irm
! the Improvement In firearms, and In spit- I ?
' univers il change on the Coni
' Indifferent the English rulers n illy were I i
i military affairs. True, t!ie l.,n?r 1 iw ???.?-' an
i efficient weapon. The hand aun of the pe?
i only proved Us superiority very i.A. Bui
! the long bow was efficient Jus? i:? pi portl
! the strength of the archer, if he was ll-fed
i barely able to stand, then he >uld n it draw hla
. Low. In a vast number of :.??? he ???? ?
i ii' red Incapable by the neglect I ,
of these for wh m he fought. 8 ? the ad?
s In war gued thai
conditl n of the soldiers requin I the i
w spon which dl : n ; depend :
on physical strength. It must have api ? I
so? ner or later ? a Tu lor to think thai
soldi? rs might be enabled to fighi even tl
they were atarvlng.
The fuel Is Imj n i aed n the mind I
land, und? r those the Renal*
? ? an 1 the l; "oi matlon, v? d hi . ?? been
iir?-a: with it th?*m The very dises ?
which the p ; lia t] n
? : . ? -till follow? ? is they
: ,1 ?; ; i- in the Middle Ag? I ?
i ? . - off :.-. se who were a hlndrai ?? to their
stronger c ntemi rarli s. Th? numbei
, people ln< ? . ? rapid rate, and wl
ts wei ? ndl? ss, It Is i lain that tl
mllll'ns lived "n the average a? i
Competition stirred the ra? e out of I \
life of an i irller time. Tin- people nw 'c ? . all
j that was going on ah ul them Th ?? turned
I their fa?-'-? away from the h : I? - task ? ' ? t
I tinga foothold in Europe, and I themselv?
? ? In land, to th< ocean, to the New IVoi Id. it
? was n it the cautl iua and tin ||ry I the
| rulers that accomplish? I v Is, but the s :
; r? us spirit of the i^-,,p!. themselv? s. While royalty
I was iix-d'lll!!,?' with the navy, the grral : ???
I booters of the Spanish Main wer? maklna.
"singeing the King of Kpaln'a besrd." capturing
j his treasure fleets, destr ylng bis < .1 mies, a ting
| the very part of th? dragon th<-\ were su| ; i
i i.y superstitious Spaniards to resemble. The
\ nation, pushing upward on ever* side, raised i1
princes to prominence, it endured theli
lutism Inasmuch as this was. for the time be?
ing, a stimulus to its ,.wn actlvlt; i1 san n
number of p?-rs?,ns murdered with every <l<-cre..
of cruelty for their religious convictions, and it
did not murmur overmuch. It was fond of bear
baiting, and may have t.ii'..-n pi? a ure for a tl
in the baiting of heretics But before the perl i
was ind<d which this volume describes, a si p
was put upon much of this Judicial crueltj
The nation was getting too serl us to be trifled
with, if !r,<-n coul 1 li it aiir--?- a.b.,at religion,
I more especially If they mixed It with polltl .
i toner or !a*.-r they would hav,- t?. fight - ut their
i diff?rences Already one begins to feel premonl
i lions of a Ci imwell different from the one who
j served Henry VIII, snd ?f a time when Parlia
I ment would try to do without king?, as i.. ,
had hitherto tried t' do without Parliament.
Tudor absolutism ?vas well enough, while the
nation was prosperous; the case was different
with Stuart absolutism, when the nation fell
thai it could hardly afl rd the luxury ol main?
taining a tyrant
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..:. ?-..iit.r.-i throughout almost
ta ?tlon ol the ? Ity. Tbs crowtls In front of
the auction? .trams were fairly large, but
ex? a ?n one or two Instances the bidding wss
A: the i a-.Iwaj -.1 Bfootns Smyth & Hyan sold
In partition procee. Inga S? Wl and IS3 UwIs-m..
f? ..? and five storj front and r.-ar butMlngs, lot?
. "2,6x100 rest? lively, t,. the plalnttff, Elisa?
beth A. Falv? ?. foi f:. -
.i.ii., - !.. ?Veils bow at voluntary sals No. run
i;.. ? pjftj ;.. ,-: st . three Btory and batietnent dwel
ling, lot 21s al.; SxSI.ioVj-, to T. J. Drammond for
i;., ,.i. .o- . ur, lei for?? losuie proceedings three lots.
. . . : ..on. on th ? ? .s. ink of Kagle-ave., 126
oui of ???? i ?.:.:? . and fifty slxth-st, to A.
? : < , . tiso three lots, each 2>\r.V::.
al ittlnE In the rear an l fronting ??n CauVdwell-avs..
to a Uua-ina foi H.6?S; il ? the southeast i ?rner
of ? o..- mu: li--I and-rtfty-aixth-SL, "5x100x2*1 ?l-.x:"J.
and i lining, ca-h ? >x91 08, to same person
for t2,?75; also the loi adjoining to II. A" Vlen, for
V.- ?
William Kennell) sold Bis lots f?n th- mirth side
of Sherman I i feet ??sal of Dyckman-st., each
", . i Pox f >r "lot?, each.
Hryan L. Ki-nm-liy sold under foreclosure proceed
In ? \, . i is) i ,v, and 1.470 Amsterdam-ave., three
nv< ???['. , ich i1..!.?, the first two Ax 100 each and
i follows: No. l.i-'.i i?? Polmnai s.
I'.-ttt- .No 1.4?, to the plaintiff, George
p. Anger, I a No, 1.4711 to the same party
i ,i }.i' ,. .,. ,, under same proceedings, No. 217
,,.'.: So.?. M and U'-? Bherlff-sL, two
I, -,, ;, at?. Irregular plot, to Louts
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i,:: un?] '19 ?a-' One-nundrrd-and-sisty-flrst-st.,
., -, fi r? '? h \ bi ! stable, land BOxlitl.fix
r,(?! i . . plaintiff. II?-i.!? M 'tull?", for "fcu?.
\ the J, ???? Kr. hm tt It V. H.irii'it .".
1,1 No. ; i'Biisl ' '?,?? hiin<lrcd-and-seventy-flrst
?.'?.?."A a:" ilxbi".il. to William Quacken
hu'?l, f?r $?.750; No '? and II Bast Seventy-flfth
brownsi ne da lllngs, the first
-, ', .: 2.2, ,tn?l tl llxl 2.2, ss follows: No.
;.. ,? n ' it for 123,7 ?". and No. '1 to J.
for S - Alexanaei ave., threc
? . |,??, m il i- ?? il ???? Il ni. lot ltl.6x4?X7S,
The other parcels
. lid tu .. with iras n.
ta- ; and .".:: \\'.-?t Thlrty-seventh
.' brick ti netnei ts, ?a? h 12 **??**""
? ? . would be sold ai
la) wi re sold n* i>n
H. '?....:? ft i o. for Julia M.
? i , M I. ItU-VaTMon : - !?-.'?
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, t.. will be aoM to day
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N ? 2 reBra .13.000
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V,,I..I-I i.'li ?v? ZSi ft ii ? r TtUmada-e-st, lltatsl*
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n .. 22a* at, S? ?? f " ni !''! u"1. I )??". t.888
Klein !?: m? a. to Annls r, tntapatrlek, - a
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i .i un. ? w, "'i'i srtf? '? Albert i Bli-?,
r, i. 22.1 m ?.-.4 fi .. nf !?ll. ,a?.-. 1 : -,i. T.8SD
Lvneh William P "? AletaJMlei CSiTOloltsI, Jr.
i- 4Slh '? ?tfaS in ri r of Mli av. 4 van?.
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111111.11111?* ari.1 Ijmii AF-.-latl, n. '? a ?*T,,|,Mia
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M*?Ha n aVniara light Co ?<> Iba itats Tniit i\.,
truste? .,,i properties, ri?!,!?, air, ban's. Bon.ooo
V ??' Ma .,n: arlfa ?. l -.m I.l,-.hten?t?-tn an?l
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Murphy. Patr?ele, to Title Ctiarar.tee ?nd Trust
fo No ."a??4 Pearl-?t. .1 van?-.?.
Mtuasfleld. ?yilltam F. to Robert-J. HnrHngb n.
.? ? Division-?, I? -?? mi'-P "f '"*nr>' '?u'g'1"'?.
1 V-ir.
BtTitoiKO plans nuco.
Th? teu ?trias pUtnt ' r tew twiMlas? *?*r** Slet '?'-?'???y.
Ilttti it No 14 West. i??x-?t'ry brick basement, by
John'Roger? . .'"*? :if" *****
Ti-ti. -tit ., . ? art ? - ?e iwewt, tiro,
frame dwrilla?. ?*>} *AllllAm ?nd l.-i,
H . . ?' SOI y ' '??'??'?? ?????:.;???,- --??'?""
::-?? .? \v? M? ?nd SV?, two tlve-nory brick
rat?, by John I> Kar.-t. of "?38 West .'!???!. ?t.. ?0.<M0
?14t.. .' , . i73 ft .? . f y. ' -' End ave. Sv? ?tory
brick' tenement by John llrandt, of i..va.t 3d sv? 12.000
. an i K? n* I? ft ??? ",,' '*"**? tjvt it -. ?
. -i ?? Rat, by Seal ?h J D ?II. ' ' '-?" M"d - n
\ . . :,, ? :;:.'. ? e-eatory .-.nd bsse
.,,??. brick ?tore ?nd 'tan M
RAnkln. "I l.lSS Ho pel I ?? Ijrn. 1*000
An.-?.- lam .???? -, "? - ; ? ?"" ?-at.fi ? "??
, ,',? (. Kamuel W !'? Bn, th of Ml \
? ? \ i. ?.000
?.,,.. a,. .-. w earner (Bd-*t, Uve? I -
brick tl". by Jam?? Butler, of I1U v ? ? ? ?? tl I ?*..i?hi
Hi,... ? n .-, ? Ight warehouse,
I., t .?'?ii || Oral?, of T 1 . .V,,'i?K.
K?r.?h ? . between In ??( rdar and ?Coium i
four-?t?-ary l.rl k home, i???? '?? Horn? for Ak-1
i,nd Infirm 11- i.r?v? -. 1'.' !.. ' '-? ' . 4?*i.eV?>
Ontrnl i'mk Went, w h. 7.? ?a f? n of SIMh-st, two
??'... -? ry brick list?, bj .-..n.u.i W H Smith, of
Mt Vernon, N Y. To ?Yen
Ucul Cstatc.
Money to loan ?it 4, 41?. and 5%
Large or Smill A moon ?ta.
Apply directly ?ml tav? expense.
TiTlE GUARANTEE AND TRUST C?
( IS Libe rtjr st.. x. i.
r>/ta a ) ???- Court St., Brooklyn.
unices / N K pome,. :,vi, --, #, 7t*r Av.. X. Y.
( 211 Went iXSth St S. Y.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, S3.00C.000.
"auction Crnlco of Real (P?tate.
.BRYAN i.? ??LE*4)XKLL1, A !irti??iii*i>i*,
It t.!. '.'. . r 11 .-ton
V? l.!>>l>!> VI. Iprll il. IS*-*?,
At 12 l -i n.
'executes' saleT
EUCCNE KELLY, DEC'D.
134 an?! 139 V? ?? t Slftl "-?In-e-t.
T?v ? Ihre ? ? ? - i :. .. [?
?real . : "
133 ami lui Weal ..?il Mtrepl?
? ' ? brli'h - imi .? ment?; t.- ?
:i? <?|-e?'iiM .< Ii ?\\e-lllie-.
s . ..???, ? ? r~r f < nd Green? sere.
" ? ling ? ? ? .t 1x5 < .'??!
.".!? -. 111..,
W, E. ror. Riverai?.?* Drlre and *4<H!i M.
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I lOtk Ntreet, West,
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?4? Hie It. i,l Ratal?. I. \ lilil?.;?- nuil aeirliien
it.,.,,.,, i i,ni,.,i. r.-e ,,, us Liberty -t..
fcXEC'l TOI?**** MALE,
HT "UT!. ? F
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of the Kstnte ,.f I il Uni,el h ||. i iidertiill. dec',I,
>e?. 333 *IAI?l*-.<?> IVEXEE,
laet. leaih noil ll?f *?lre,.f.,
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V. K, STEVENSON & GO,,
Real Estate Appraisers, Auciion-iers &? Brokers
Loans Negotiated. Mortgages Cashed,
KO. 177 BROADWAY.
:?.,; III stukkt.
? ll.rulil lle.ll.ll eeu.'
Ab?.o!iilel) the fine.-t site for s.ile ?iih pos
iClllnH on ?ill Hroailway ! ! ! !
N. B. | r Dnlv otic ?Mock from .^?h \vc : 79 ft.
front on Hrn.'iilwnv, 71 fi il. on (?ih Avj.; BVttRgt
depth 17.? ft.; t?fSCCUi to "Her.ili! Squ.ir.* "; in
f.ict. this sujHrh bniMiag site i> in the ?? insiel.
cut o? the lenderloiti " e?f City Really. Terms
easy; po???<essi??n.
V. K. STEVENSON ft CO.,
177 Broadway.
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PTtti ? .
i: Mi.t'v ici i
A ?. - |7th ? *?"??' de?
(To ?rt for Utioim-so [jtirposrs.
STABLE TO U:T,
n.?; i:??, ::?<ii? -?irr-t.
ri\? ?tall? m i '?? ?. ? * ? ? -?? iritis
SpSTtm? It? 1 ?????? ? ?C; .
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WBarl KNOW'*?! Il? li.laiMi IH 4MRaBIOA.
1 ?ti? lloor?. ,,<?? ,le?,,i..?l In ?Kcliaii,,'ul on,,
ulov ?lenls. In alii- Ntk ?????I '?el, -?eia.-l.-?? ??I I'lu
Trliaeene llolldtliK. will I,,- ?llleietl lut., ottl,,..
In einie l??r ?x-?'?!!!.'???.') >li?> 1st.
lllre.l ?uaillul't I'ult ?'??' ?'"} i ???t.??-? el
W?drrnlT ni/.?-, in null.' le' getsireali tersas ,,?
Ion a? le? ?n? ???tier k??'??I liulliliiiu lu thi?
vli-lnllyi ?Itiiatlt.n, ii.aa- lha .'. ??,??. : > n
III Idue.
Al?l?l> 'ai alie IlUNluens t?ll,?'<? o?
i ni: Tiniit m:.
i.'.l ???.mi Mreet.
till Ht II ?ill>*?ie>".s lie?! -?11.
i ,in ni a?? ?nd ."-M street,
TWO STORKS ?O LKT.
1 ,r-.l ,1 i. ..t: I tl??,
ArChlt? ' . t.H?\>? il-, 1 tat??. rtC
.- t,,.:. >? ? lili ii p?r light.
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Kl?vat,,r?. -tr.iin h?al gas and ?lectrl? ll,;tit un.l Jnnlt,?r
| ?l'rvtr? ?rlthoul ,\i:.i ,:.?*ii;?'
Ai','i\ , i. th? premia? ?.
\T REDUCTED IIEKTS. Billldliagt. ?t??rrs, t0fi? and
,'iTliv? t l-t "ii . '..ni....-: . Spruoe, le.-.'kman. Kulten
J?''in. M.i.l.'ii Un?, I?">. ?Barclay bn.k Piar?, i ,,k r?W(
Nu???,ii. n'Ililam, '?"l'I. ' ii (t. l'-i'l,. W.it,', ?,?| ,uany
other Hi-rots l'.fl.ANIi .?. VV II ITlMC. B 11- ,?.,n H,
Uiitiiviuolie? 'wVpiutmntt'j aio Let.
THE CRAMERCY,
M <?liA.*aii;iie \ FAM9L, waravss Mtfs,
T., let aStajgSfal ?M'?"1 ?' **??. ln r?""x. ?Il Ugtlt, froi'.UllK
l-,?rk ?'?Il oi ?.Mi.-"? Mil?-ii r ii.'.-iit _
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UAialSt-N-AVK AMJ MU ?jT.
l?a IsffT,
on? tlewmnt ?ulf "f Mtrtn ret t.is. t?ro ?SriSSIS* rooiii?
en? laun.lry. La? ? olrett ond ?Weabtnratct?! exterior
vl?aav of BS !???*'? liu1"' '"' ei'P1?'"'? tl''*> er.tlrs n.?.,i , th?
cabinet work und de?-?.r?il?in? nr? not ?urpa.sni by any
h^.? tn th. c'qr. *?*artt?44ttar8 ?t?**?tsas htm
^mnsemctttfl.
AIH.KY'S THEATRE, BroadwRJ. ?vr Mil.at
PARBWELL WEEK IN NEW TORS* Of
MR, ?Ml MB?. Ivl-M)AL.
, Thi* Wed. ..!.-! Thu - ? The Iroa-Msta*!^ m tSMj
?-.?v. avn A Scrap of P*p?rr. Saty. Mat.-The ?ssssi
1 M PI T I I ? .;? I ' \'
, "'??' ??A iAr. M5XT MONDAT EVO.. ?
THEI LILLIA", RISSELL OPBRiA CO,
, . -. ,? ,.r -la PERN HOLE._m
\ ART LOAN KXHIIUTION.
A oRTaiBs galleries, ?si nrra aveni-b.
?n,l St!? ?-' il rb la-*? ' v ? '* ' " -*? ,",n" ?"*
Carved Iv , ? . ill.-.- i: "-?.-I'lndlna?. etc.,
f, ,rn the (In i? pr?vala . ? . . ''?>'?
la) '..-?. I ? M r"ritl
PRIVATE VIE? ? .,
v. ..!:?> ay, April 24, 2 1 ' ii I s la 1? ? *?',
Tlcheta ?..??' M ?.: i f Mrs. A. M. Dooaa,
: 72 r-air> Sill Mrs. 1 12 ' ?M**? *t_
AlU.ltll ?\ MIIMTlii:. Matine? S.turdar.
I...- . - i. i hcatra Or, le and Bal?*ooy. BOc
T'lM) IMA'/OX?, JOHNSTONS
THE \M Va"??*?*. IlKNMETT.
NEXT WEEK THE DERIIY MASCOT._
"*,< \I)I.?1V O?' Ml sic. Iltli n{, A Irvlnn- P?,
LAST WEI"K?Prices, I.OO?TB 18) **fl.
llMiHV.W. HERRMANN
TIM'. iiRKAT. THE QRBAT.
Ma? T ' ?" as ! Sal 2. iA a . I i:..
BROADWAY THEATRE. K ..- ai ? Mat Sat. a."
: HOI Ilfl ,,l PI'N 2 ORAND BALLETS.
ALA 111)1*? .III. New S?n?-*,
\l ? ii: . N JR. Nsw Hdta,
NE? DANCES INTRODfCED S'lOHTLT._
|>ASEBALI ]? 1 ' f'rounri* to-da**.
I U I , ITON .'S SEW l'ORK.
leal 4 P M.
I 'ARM-KUH HALL,
Thiir->'!.->v ifletma '? |,rl 25th. al t.
Kit EDITAHD Tl ' KERMAN POTTTCR'S
Twelfth Ni^ht Festival,
III ill I Of Ihr?
IA- || ?::- rr II X V <""!ty.
Ml sic. PAOK ?M, DAXCKa",
oh *, loitto !.i)i II1TV t fl'Mll 8.
CAMILLE D'ARVIIXE CaMPAKY,
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Tlckei -.-. ???!.,,:' i? al lbs i"r.-:paj
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BROAZE ST II I ES.
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/ "? H.l Mill's 'I'll. it. '.:?.-. -r ?. i ft Sat ISats,
' Mr. JOSEPH Ml RPH1 IN
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_NHAt .\-RHtK.
0ALY*S STODoflVo'S
IVII ZERLAND."
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THE IMPOK1 '.M E OK IIKIX? EARXEST.
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Plicae, rianoa of other makera taken In ?achante
WAKZROONS, 92 FIFTH AVE.,
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