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Sunshine and shadow in New York

Author: Matthew Hale Smith
Publisher: Hartford : J.B. Burr and Company, ([Boston, Massachusetts] : Electrotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry) 1868. ©1868
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Smith, Matthew Hale, 1810-1879.
Sunshine and shadow in New York.
Hartford : J.B. Burr, 1868
(OCoLC)909227572
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Hale Smith
OCLC Number: 1399715
Description: 712 pages, 12 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The city of New York --
High life in New York --
Wall Street --
Alexander T. Stewart --
A shoddy party --
Mrs. Burdell-Cunningham --
Sharp business, and its value --
A night on the Battery --
Mr. Beecher and Plymouth Church --
Harper Brothers --
Stock and oil preachers --
John Jacob Astor --
Black-mailing as an art --
Sunday in New York --
Detective force of New York --
A night among the detectives --
The Tombs on Sunday morning --
Police force of New York --
William B. Astor --
Cornelius Vanderbilt --
The Five Points --
The Bowery --
Philip Phillips, the Christian vocalist --
Sailors in New York --
Fulton Street prayer-meeting --
Business reverses in New York --
Adams Express Company --
College honors --
Fernando Wood --
Trinity Church Corporation --
Conspiracy against President Lincoln --
Incidents in city evangelization --
Policemen on trial --
General Charles Stetson and the Astor House --
Leonard w. Jerome --
Rev. Dr. E.H. Chapin --
Rev. 0.B. Frothingham --
Practical jokes --
New Year's Day in New York --
Central Park --
School of Instruction for Metropolitan Police --
Life among the lowly --
Social evil in New York --
Panel-thieving --
Gambling-houses of the first class --
Low class gambling-houses --
Day gambling-houses --
Telegraph headquarters, etc --
George Law --
Brown and Brothers --
Street-walkers --
Houses of assignation --
Harry Hill's dance-house --
The Friends in New York --
The children of Abraham --
The great bear of Wall Street --
Methodism in New York --
Madame Demorest --
General Grant in New York --
Origin of the New York religious press --
The peculiarities of New York churches --
Ministers' children --
Rev. Dr. Adams, of the Presbyterian Church --
James Gordon Bennett and the N.Y. Herald --
Daniel Drew --
The New York bar : its representative men --
The Metropolitan Fire Department --
First Division National Guard --
Hon. John Kettelas Hackett --
Rev. Dr. Samuel Osgood --
Bishop Onderdonk --
Aaron Burr and his duel --
Rev. Dr. John Dowling, of the Baptist Church --
Phineas Taylor Barnum --
Robert Bonner and the New York Ledger --
A.V. Stout, president of Shoe and Leather Bank --
John Allen's dance-house --
New York Daily Press --
New York independent --
Hon. Horace Greeley --
General Charles G. Halpine --
R.L. and A. Stuart --
James Lenox --
August Belmont --
Edwin D. Morgan --
Theatres in New York --
New York Young Men'S Christian Association --
Admiral David G. Farragut --
Dorlan's, Fulton Market --
Roman Catholics in New York --
Gift swindlers and lottery enterprises --
Sunshine and shadow.
Responsibility: by Matthew Hale Smith, (Burleigh.).

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