The Botanic Garden; Consisting Of Highly Finished Representaions Of Handy Ornimental Flowering Plants, Cultivated In Great Britain. Vol I.

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In the summer of 184 a number of journeymen printers, who had been connected with the Boston Daily Times, then published at No. 3 State street, conceired the idea of starting a morning paper of their own, and, in the follorving December, carried their design into execution. Their paper was called the American Eagle, and was published at KO. 5 Devonshire street, third door from State street, at three dollars a year and one cent per copy, by an association of practical writers, under the firm of Baker, French, harnlon B Co. The prorietors were announced to be Albert Baker, John A. French, George W. Harrnon, George H. Camphell, Ainos C. Clapp, J. 1. XIonroe, Justin Andrews, hugustus h. Wallace, and James D. Storvers and W. H. IVrrldron was also at one time associated with them. The Eagle, as its name indicated, was devoted to the interests of the Native American party, which was then a comparatively strong organization and among its first regular and occasiorml editorial contributors were Dr. Paliner, Gcorge W. Tyler, Alfred B. Ely, V. S. Damrull, Aloses Kimball, and other gentlemem prominent in the party. The paper was successful at first, but declined with the decline of the cause with which it was identified and, in the summer of its editorial and press rooms were in the old brick building on the corner of Wilsons lane now Devonshire street and Dock square, it was found to be quietly dying, in spite of the efforts of its publishers, consultations were held and, finally, it was decided that, as aboriginal principles did not pay, it was best to establish a new evening daily, neutral in politics, as a venture and, if it proved successful, to let the Eagle die, and grow the green offshoot over its grave to conmicnorate it. Thus the HERALD originated. Its founders mere Toung and sanguine then but, with all their hopes for the new enterprise, they never dreamed it would eventually become the leading daily of Serv England. They were advised by some of their friends that they were building castles in the air, and half feared it might be true but they builded better than they knew,. The new paper settled on, the next thing to look for was an editor. In August, William 0. Eaton, a nostonian, and brother to the popular star actor, Charles 11. Eaton, returned to the city after two years of travel, and, as his contributions to the Post, Evening Gazette, Ree, and several New York papers, had displayed much talent, he was asked by the publishers to edit the forthcoming sheet. Being young he was then but twenty-two years of age and doubtful of his ability to manage a daily, he asked twenty-four hours for deliberation, and went home, where he wrote the first six editorials which were published in the HERALD. Finding that he could turn out enough leaders in one day to last for a week, he returned at the end of the specified time, and acccpted the position offered him...

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