New York Post

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New York Post

 

a daily evening newspaper in the USA, founded in 1801 and published in New York City. It reflects the interests of influential monopolistic circles in the United States. Circulation, 500,000 (1976).

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Aware that some were pleased that abolitionists could speak in Washington, the New York Evening Post took little solace that "free speech is `tolerated' in the capital city of the United States," observing that Henry's "solemn protest" against the lecturers revealed that only the presence of a large army and the temporary preponderance of Union sentiment allowed them to lecture in safety in the District.
The Washington correspondent of the New York Evening Post reported that Brownlow "declared very quickly that he would not go where he was not wanted.
The New York Evening Post condemned "the conduct of Professor Henry" with regard to Brownlow.
3, 1862; Croffut, "Lincoln's Washington," 58-59; New York Evening Post, Jan.
We Are Coming, Father Abraham, Three Hundred Thousand More," a popular Civil War slogan, appeared in the poem by James Sloan Gibbons published in the New York Evening Post.
With his friend <IR> FITZ-GREENE HALLECK </IR> he composed the <IR> CROAKER PAPERS </IR> , clever skits on men and manners contributed (1819) to the New York Evening Post.
Nevins joined the New York Evening Post as an editorial writer and for nearly 20 years worked as a journalist.
These appeared first in the New York Evening Post and the National Advocate and were collected as Poems by Croaker; Croaker & Co.
Nordhoff also wrote for the New York Evening Post (1861-71) and the New York Herald (1874-90).
After his cabinet term he was coeditor of the New York Evening Post, and later wrote the leading editorials for Harper's Weekly.
In addition to his efforts to obtain a transportation monopoly in the Northwest, Villard gave financial aid to Thomas Edison, founded the Edison General Electric Company (1889), and became owner and editor of the New York Evening Post (1881).

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