Difference between revisions of "In Seneca Falls on 15 August 1860"

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{{Ballgame
|Name=in NY on 15 August 1860
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|Name=in Seneca Falls on 15 August 1860
|Date=1860-08-15
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|Coordinates=42.9106219, -76.7966215
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|Entry Origin=Games Tab 2
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|Entry Origin Url=http://protoball.org/Games_Tab:New_York_State,_Western#date1860-8-15
 
|Type of Date=Day
 
|Type of Date=Day
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|Date=1860/08/15
 
|Date Note=c.15 Aug, 1860 (Wed)
 
|Date Note=c.15 Aug, 1860 (Wed)
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|Country=United States
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|State=NY
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|Borough=
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|City=Seneca Falls
 
|Field=Fair Grounds
 
|Field=Fair Grounds
|State=NY
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|Modern Address=
|Country=United States
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|Number of Players=
|Coordinates=40.7127837, -74.0059413
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|NY Rules=
|Description=<p>No score reported.</p> <p>(<i>Porter’s Spirit of the Times:</i> A large number of persons of both sexes assembled to witness the ‘Ball-play’ of the Veterans of 1812.  Twenty of the Veterans, led by Col. Disbrow, marched to the field to the sound of martial music.  Sides were soon chosen, and the play was carried on with a spirit and activity quite remarkable.  The hardy Veterans, some of them over eighty years of age, and none under sixty five, seemed to be inspired with renewed energy by the memory of youthfully days and the sports of boyhood, and displayed a degree of skill and activity in the noble game of Base Ball that showed they had once been superior players.  Several good runs were made, and their performance was highly gratifying to the numerous company assembled.)</p>
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|Sources=<p>(1) “Out-Door Sports: Base-Ball: Base Ball by the Veterans of 1812,<i>Porter’s Spirit of the Times,</i> vol. 8, no. 26 (21 Aug 1860), p. 405, col. 3</p>
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|Innings=
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|Innings Note=
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|Home Team=
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|Home Score=
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|Away Team=
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|Away Score=
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|Description=<p>No score reported.</p>
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<p>(<em>Porter&rsquo;s Spirit of the Times:</em> A large number of persons of both sexes assembled &hellip; to witness the &lsquo;Ball-play&rsquo; of the Veterans of 1812.&nbsp; Twenty of the Veterans, led by Col. Disbrow, marched to the field to the sound of martial music.&nbsp; Sides were soon chosen, and the play was carried on with a spirit and activity quite remarkable.&nbsp; The hardy Veterans, some of them over eighty years of age, and none under sixty five, seemed to be inspired with renewed energy by the memory of youthfully days and the sports of boyhood, and displayed a degree of skill and activity in the noble game of Base Ball that showed they had once been superior players.&nbsp; Several good runs were made, and their performance was highly gratifying to the numerous company assembled.&rdquo;)</p>
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|Sources=<p>(1) &ldquo;Out-Door Sports: Base-Ball: Base Ball by the Veterans of 1812,&rdquo; <em>Porter&rsquo;s Spirit of the Times,</em> vol. 8, no. 26 (21 Aug 1860), p. 405, col. 3</p>
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|Has Source On Hand=No
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|Comment=
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|Query=
 
|Reviewed=Yes
 
|Reviewed=Yes
 
|Submitted by=Craig Waff
 
|Submitted by=Craig Waff
|Entry Origin=Games Tab 2
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|Submission Note=
|Entry Origin Url=http://protoball.org/Games_Tab:New_York_State,_Western#date1860-8-15
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|Borough=Manhattan
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Date of Game Wednesday, August 15, 1860 c.15 Aug, 1860 (Wed)
Location Seneca Falls, NY, United States
Field  Add Field Page Fair Grounds
Description

No score reported.

(Porter’s Spirit of the Times: A large number of persons of both sexes assembled … to witness the ‘Ball-play’ of the Veterans of 1812.  Twenty of the Veterans, led by Col. Disbrow, marched to the field to the sound of martial music.  Sides were soon chosen, and the play was carried on with a spirit and activity quite remarkable.  The hardy Veterans, some of them over eighty years of age, and none under sixty five, seemed to be inspired with renewed energy by the memory of youthfully days and the sports of boyhood, and displayed a degree of skill and activity in the noble game of Base Ball that showed they had once been superior players.  Several good runs were made, and their performance was highly gratifying to the numerous company assembled.”)

Sources

(1) “Out-Door Sports: Base-Ball: Base Ball by the Veterans of 1812,” Porter’s Spirit of the Times, vol. 8, no. 26 (21 Aug 1860), p. 405, col. 3

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