April 13, 1876, NYT, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.; DR. REED'S DEFENSE. MR. VANDERBILT'S LOCAL TRAINS.
April 19, 1876, NYT, DEPUTY TAX COMMISSIONER CADWELL ON THE ASSESSMENT OF MESSRS. STEWART,; ASTOR, AND VANDERBILT.
May 4, 1876, NYT, A RAILROAD WAR THREATENED.; REPLY OF MR. VANDERBILT TO THE REQUEST FOR A CONCESSION TO THE GRAND TRUNK ROUTE HE DECLINES,AND GIVES HIS REASONS FOR SO DOING,
May 4, 1876, NYT, THE NASHVILLE RACES.; SECOND DAY BRAKESMAN AND VANDERBILT THE WINNERS,
May 5, 1876, NYT, NASHVILLE RACES.; THIRD DAY OF THE BLOOD HORSE ASSOCIATION CREEDMOOR, VANDERBILT, AND GRAY STEEL THE WINNERS,
June 16, 1876, NYT, RAILROAD COMPETITION.; VIEWS OF WILLIAM H. VANDERBILT. THE NEW-YORK CENTRAL NOT THE AGGRESSOR IN THE PRESENT CONTEST SOME OF MR. JEWETT'S STATEMENTS DENIED THE JEALOUSIES EXISTING BETWEEN THE TRUNK LINES NEWS-YORK TO BE PROTECTED,
June 20, 1876, NYT, VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY.; THE ADDITION OF $300,000 TO ITS ENDOWMENT.
June 24, 1876, NYT, GRATITUDE TO VANDERBILT.; THE PEOPLE OF NASHVILLE EXPRESS THEIR THANKS FOR THE MUNIFICENT ENDOWMENT OF THEIR COLLEGE,
July 20, 1876, NYT, Article 1 -- No Title; SUSPENSION TO GO INTO EFFECT ON SATURDAY WHAT MR. VANDERBILT AND SUPERINTENDENT VAIL SAY. THE LETTER-CARRIERS PAY REDUCED,
August 5, 1876, NYT, MR. VANDERBILT'S CONDITION.
August 6, 1876, NYT, MR. VANDERBILT'S CONDITION.; WHAT THE PHYSICIANS THINK--NO IMMEDIATE CHANGE REPORTED--RUMORS CONCERNING HIS WILL,
At an early hour yesterday morning Commodore Vanderbilt was again seized with a chill similar to the one which so nearly proved fatal on Thursday. It was not so severe as its predecessor, and yielded to treatment more readily. Drs. Linsley and Elliott were in the house during the night, as were Rev. Dr. Deema and other friends, who assisted ..
August 7, 1876, NYT, LOCAL MISCELLANY.; THE ILLNESS MR. OF VANDERBILT. THE AGED PATIENT IN AN IMPROVED CONDITION--SYMPTOMS ... LOCAL MISCELLANY.; THE ILLNESS MR. OF VANDERBILT. THE AGED PATIENT IN AN IMPROVED CONDITION--SYMPTOMS OF HIS DISEASE--THE SACRAMENT OF THE LORD'S SUPPER ADMINISTERED BY DR. DEEMS--SCENES AT THE BEDSIDE.
The present illness with which Commodore Vanderbilt is afflicted is not of an acute character by any means, but is the culmination of a complication of disorders from which he has been suffering for many yours. During his long life, however, he has taken excellent care of himself, has lived abstemiously, has always taken an abundance of exercise in the open air, and has invariably kept...
August 8, 1876, NYT, Commodore Vanderbilt's Condition,
August 9, 1876, NYT, Commodore Vanderbilt's Condition,
August 11, 1876, NYT, Commodore Vanderbilt's Condition,
August 12, 1876, NYT, Commodore Vanderbilt's Condition,
August 13, 1876, NYT, COMMODORE VANDERBILT.; WHAT HIS PHYSICIANS THINK OF HIS CONDITION--ANECDOTES TOLD OF HIM BY PERSONS WHO KNEW HIM YEARS AGO,
August 20, 1876, NYT, COMMODORE VANDERBILT'S ILLNESS.; THE CONDITION OF THE AGED PATIENT NOT MATERIALLY CHANGED A REVIEW OF SEVEN WEEKS' SICKNESS,
It is now just seven weeks since Commodore Vanderbilt was compelled to confine himself to his room on account of a sudden aggravation of the symptoms of several chronic maladies with which he has heen afflicted for a number of years. Although any sudden change in the health of a man of his years would naturally be regarded as serious, still, his family and friends did not apprehend an adverse...
September 27, 1876, NYT, VANDERBILT SUES BENJAMIN WOOD.
September 25, 1876, New York Times, page 5, THE CENTRAL AND HARLEM ROADS.; A WORD FROM MR. VANDERBILT TO THE STOCKHOLDERS IN BOTH COMPANIES-- ALL .DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST PAID FROM EARNINGS,
October 17, 1876, NYT, LOCAL MISCELLANY.; COMMODORE VANDERBILT. ANOTHER FALSE REPORT OF HIS DEATH CIRCULATED IN THE STREET--HOW THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WAS IMPOSED UPON,
November 25, 1876, NYT, FREIGHT RATES FROM THE WEST.; REPORT THAT THE STRIFE IS PRACTICALLY ENDED MR. VANDERBILT'S VICTORY OVER ...
December 2, 1876, NYT, THE LAKE SHORE LITIGATION.; RUFUS HATCH'S PROCEEDING AGAINST THE VANDERBILT DIRECTORY THE LATTER'S ANSWER TO THE CHARGES MADE IN REGARD TO THE REDUCTION OF RATES THE LEGAL POINT INVOLVED,
December 16, 1876, NYT, TOWN TOPICS.; END OF THE RAILROAD WAR. MR. WILLIAM H. VANDERBILT GAINS HIS POINT--EQUAL RATES TO THE SEABOARD TO BE CHARGED FROM ALL WESTERN POINTS,
December 27, 1876, NYT, THE FREIGHT QUESTION; WILLIAM H. VANDERBILT'S VIEWS. PUBLICATION OF THE FULL TEXT OF THE RECENT TRUNK-LINE AGREEMENT-- POSITION TAKEN BY THE NEW-YORK ROADS--THEY HAVE FULLY PROTECTED THE INTERESTS OF THIS CITY--NO TROUBLE APPREHENDED FROM THE DISAGREEMENT AMONG THE GENERAL FREIGHT AGENTS.