Baltimore Saturday Visiter/June 15, 1833 - Premiums
|←Baltimore Saturday Visiter||Premiums (1833)|
|Published on June 15, 1833, announcing the winners of a literary prize run by the periodical|
The proprietors of the Baltimore Saturday Visiter feeling desirous of encouraging literature, and at the same time serving their readers with the best that lies within their reach, offer a premium of 50 dollars for the best Tale and 25 dollars for the best Poem, not exceeding one hundred lines, that shall be offered them between the present period and the first of October next.
The following gentlemen have been chosen to decide on the merits of the productions:
- John P. Kennedy, Esq.
- John H. B. Latrobe, Esq.
- Doctor James H. Miller
Those writers throughout the country who are desirous of entering the lists, will please forward their productions to Cloud and Pouder, Baltimore, before the first of October (postpaid) enclosed in an envelope bearing the name of the writer. If secrecy is preferred, the name may be enclosed in a separate envelope, which will not be opened, except in the case of the successful author. We wish those who may write for either of the premiums to understand that all manuscripts submitted will become the property of the Publishers.
Silver medals to the amount of the above rewards will be given in lieu of cash, if required.