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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 November 1860

1 I PUBLISHERS' NOTICES? hmffK&I Subscriptions, a Ivertii emenU, and commu nications, Intended for this paper, maybe left at Adamson's periodical store, on Seventh street, opposite the General Post Office, where copies of the paper may also bo had immediately on its issue. Advertisements should be sent In before twclvo o'clock, M., otherwise they may have to lie over a day. Communications npon all subjects, particu larly with refcrenco to our city affairs, will re ceive respectful attention. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1860. No. 1. PER them all. Ho loves I, except the rascally I a crying shame that FmitteJ to remain asm he consoles himself with 111 sweep will be made I he is sure of it, for he rntial conversation nith Land howowiugly hints pant rerelations which very inortiiuc by that fuss i little man, " the the 1 resident's private villi tt I se assurances, the nakes himself quite easy, in a pleasant calculation taliius and other nnour- tu tie snug little berth -or ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 November 1860

"ill ' N IMA NATIONAL PEPUBUCAN. ondny, November 20, 1060. Prospectus of the National Republican. Believing (hat the tlmo baa arrived when the great Republican party of the Catted Btatea ought to be fairly represented la ,tbe dally pren of the National Metropolis, we have embarked la the cnterprlie of supplying the citlxena of the District of Colombia with a dally publication, under the tide of the " National RxruauCAV." In in political department, thla Journal will i adroeate and defend the prlnclplea of the Repub lic party, and endeavor to dliabnie the public nd of groundltia prejudices which hare been sred against It, by the false accusations lies. Uarlng the utmost confidence nlstratton of Mr. Lincoln will be pur approbation, we expect to ut not a aerrlle snpport. In dlkely to be made with bis emits of the Republican on ant the District ake than the peopl- common country. We llncoln's admlntstra- . maintaining the In- Lgatnsttbemaehin- Id it asunder. No Is of this Issue the Lund...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 November 1860

) Hi h Iatjnal iuspujjlican. ucan Jubilee at Sprinefleld Mr. incoln's Polioy Foreshadowed. n Tuesday ovoning, the 20th Inst., a Re publican celebration u held nt Springfield, Illinois, the home of Mr. Lincoln, pursuant to previous arrangement. Tho meeting was large and enthusiastic, and enlivened by a Wido Awake procession, illuminations, and fire works. Tho procession matched to the residonco of Mr. Lincoln, and after repeated hearty cheers for " Honest Old Abo," tho President elect made his appearance, and spoke as follows i FuiENDi and Fellow Citizkxsi Please ex cuse me on this occasion from making a speech. 1 thank you for tho kindness atid compliment of this call. 1 thank you, lu common with all others, who have thought fit, by your votes, to endorse the Republican cause. Applause. 1 rejoice with you in the. success which has so far attended that causo. Applause. Yet, in all our rejoicing, let u neither express nor cherish any harsh feelings toWard any citi zen who by his vote ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 November 1860

7 I, I re la Id lit oe. eth am ded Inst. icher IpT sl'mau lias irjonly In; pkind Im t it with I Huh Ghost. Mat. and rf tarns to lvi.m Mith and In the lcpreached ltd d to. and kneed, of tbe itmoo with I meant by le-iammon xnression I hisi glory. 4vis tbe el inrst, tin. Ex- Sdd of nv I'all that is Proai sin lislrrcssors. led till who rtHieved. fd" effects, . ipeaker Nave the Ms, and i pnvi ftfnastor 111 ii ioi ine Lined that lore Dros- I) i timber bandred I text from i terse of gathered ltb midst trulia not EiiOfiGod ticularly, f attend l;.heraator IraVaiai il, ill renew lr Se.ing, ir wnaries faTie wait on cf his unjust s.tureaod. Ito.mtb Muemth M'Ar (el. BHi elements constituting ana tormingyJl rtret! are faith, love, firmness of charkctkrlind C posure ot spirit ana now may nlstrenrin be renewed? By waiting upon the ltd in the way he has appointed and set forth, Ii etteni" iog his .sanctuary, reading bis won!, ft melil x tion, private devotion, oskinr for tt dgtk of mind to apprehend...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 November 1860

PUBLISHERS, N( ill. in -t n.jiiiiL' ri t- j i iur -'iinrn Subscriptions, advertisements, and commu . nications, intended for this paper, may bar left at Adamson s periodical store, on Seventh street opposite the General Post Office, where copies of the paper may also be had immediately bit its issue. ' 1 Advertisements should be sent In before " twelve o'clock, Ml, otherwise' they may have to1' lie over a day. Communications upon al subjects, particu larly with reference to oar city affairs, wQl re ceive respectful attention. , .Von. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1860. No. 2. rapt trak-Iieuof AnM..!.. M.'tU L.T ? bUIUUIUU4UU VflVU U1VV iQ of the. South, moved cam. 2nd pander to terrify the millions of the people North from seeking to reform a svstempfj nd ministration of which the very earth itillf has grown weary. They fniled; for perfection! mar adhere to the lations, ther have not surrendered' of individual thought and action into the keP) ing of a single squad of p...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 November 1860

r NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, November 27, 1860. THE SECESSION MOVEMENT. The disunion movement in the cotton-planting States is certainty assuming an alarming aspect. We do not mean to express a serious apprehension, that it will result in a permanent rupture of the bonds of the Federal Union ; but it is nevertheless alarming to witness so largo a proportion of the citizens of several of our sister States manifesting a settled purpose to strive for that result, whatever may be our confidence in -their inability to consummate that purpose. It is donbtless truo that sentiments of loyalty to the'Union .till linger in the hearts of a great many people of the cotton planting States; yet it must be admitted that in most of them these sentiments are at present not very demonstra tive. In South Carolina, especially, the senti ment in favor of immediate secession seems to be almost unanimous. In Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi, although there is less unanim ity 'of. feeling,' the disunio...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 November 1860

r m . t $ VI Ih y I XimEGRJiaHtO HEWS M WREIGN NEWS. Further by the Arago. KiySngland. The Bank of England has rnised the rato of discount, In consequents of the withdrawal of 300,000 for the Bank of France, to be followed by 30 j.000 more. Consols cloaed at 9 II J fi& 93 for money, and 93t 93 foraccooiL i The Bank of Eugb&d raited the rate of dis count to 5 per cent, oh Tuesday evening, and the Bank of France Had advanced the rate to 4 per cent. . Italy. Victor Emanuel was to leave for Sicily on tho 11th. There is no fresh intelli gence respecting the regulations for the capita lation of Gaeta. It is reported that tho garri son is composed of only a few battalions. The Austrian Government denies that a cir cular note of the Waraaw interview had been addressed to Roms, Naples, and tho ex-Dukes of Italy. The Neapolitans had entered the Papal States, through their General's treachery. It was stated that Gem Gnyon considers his position untenable. Gen. Garibaldi has issued a fa...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 November 1860

3 2m NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. NUTTING TIME. The nuts are ripe, and the day la fine, The purple hills Id the lanllght shine, And the brown null redden the trembling lops Of each gnarled tree In the hazel copse. The capie li filled with the happy noise Of laughing girls nd climbing boys, And the beaten branches yield their fruit, That heavily drops at each old Uee'a root. Under the brow of the copse-crowned bill, Ethel and 1 alt silent and still, And t hold In mine her small, white band, The" smallest and whitest in the land. Gather your fruit, ye lad) above, And fling the nuts at the girls yon lore ; The only fruit that to me was dear, I hare gathered to-day In the white hand here. Harper'! HJMy. From the London Family Herald. THE LOST INHERITANCE. The train from Paris to Lyons stopped at the station of Joigny, a town upon the route, and after tearing a few passengers, again went om The station, for a moment crowded with railway porters and lookers-on, was soon de serted by all bat two i...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 November 1860

marrfB. jW.hsupw. Sffg,AI.,aw. LiJHawfrsaf!-- i i i " ft. , jfnmmyi:' V PUBLISHERS NQTJOI&, TBRMS'D.P 'SUBSCRIPTION. Tho NiTioJUtf Rtptwuoiir Is published V Subscriptions, advertisements, and commit nicatiohs, Intended for this paper, maybe left at Adamson's periodical store, on Seventh street, opposito the General Post Office, where copies of the paper may also be had immediately on its issue. Advertisements should be sent in before twelve o'clock, II., otherwise1 they may hava'to lie over a day. Communications upon all subjects, particu larly with reference to our city affairs, will re ceive respectful attention. r .every aftcrnoijn, Sundays excepted,) at the II y corner' of Itfdiah slvMua and .Second street, IF -rid la delivered to city subscribers at sir Iff cents per week) mall subscribers at, three do) IF larsand fifty "cents per annum, in1 advance.- Advertisements inserted at nuerat rate. "All communications, whether bo1 bnsi- nets or for pnbHcatidn, should be addressed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 November 1860

- W - I A v. TfONAL REPUBLICAN. Wednesday, November 28, 1860. To-morrow being aet apart as a day of Thanks giving and Prayer, no paper will be Issued from this ofEce. The Republican Association of Washington will not hold its usual weekly meeting to morrow evening. THE PROGRESS OF DISUNION SKNTI-MENTS-ITS CAUSE. There hare been secessionists per se men who have been plotting a dissolution of the Union, in some of the Southern States, for more' than twenty years past. Until quite re cently, however, they have remained iu a mea gre minority in every State except South Car olina, if, indeed, they ever were in a majority even in that State. Until within some two or three years past, the disunion sentiment at the South was limited to a class of ambitious poli ticians, who conceived that their chances for p olitical preferment would bo better in a new Southern Confederacy, than in the present Fed cral' Union. This has been the ruling cause of the disaffection to the Union which has pre va...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 November 1860

n 4MMMnMAMA -IF" LOCAL NEWS. Lecture at jus Smithsonian. Rev. E. Yate Reese delivered a very Interesting lec ture at tho Smithsonian Institution lust night, on the subject, "What's thouse of Poets 7" to quite a Urge audience, considering the unpro pitious state of the weather. He commenced by asking the oft repeated question, " What's the use,? " In this utilita rian age, this was a test by which 'the merits of everything were judged. The common an swer that,wou1d'be given to this question as to Poets would be, that they were a namby pam by, sentimental, useless, cracked-brained, set of chaps. Tie school girl's idea, just from boarding school was, that they were something above mau a kind of being ahttle below angels. The true idea was, that they were something be tween these two ideas. The Poet was the " conse crated interpreter of the visibly beautiful." Not withstanding the beautiful was all around ns there are many who would never perceive it without having attention drawn to it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 November 1860

zrm' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. 8TANZA3. Thj hand, my brother toiler, There! something In its graip, That telli me 'tis no shadow, Or useless thing, t clasp ; Dnt the lever of an earnest will, Of an honett heart, and true, That findi In thli world labor, And, finding, dares to do. Thy Up hat learned to whimper No thoughts thou canst not feel ; Upon thy brow was never set Hypocrisy's false seal; There's a candor In thjr bluntness, In thy nigged form of speech, Worth more than all the smoothness False etiquette can teach. Then take my hand, my brother, And an earnest word of cheer, To make more strong thy strength'nlng hope And confidence or fear ; There's many a golden honor Thy sweating brow should wear, And jet thy hand will earn them, If thj heart does not despair. HON. A. H. 8TEPHENS. Under the lead of this gallant son of Geor gia, the conservative citizens of that State are making a bolder demonstration in behalf of tho Union and the Constitution than in any other State where secessio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 November 1860

i TERMS 0 SUBSCRIPTION. The National Republican ii pablished overy afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at the corner of Indiana avenne and Second street, and is delivered to city subscribers at six cents pec week mail subscribers at threo dol lars and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. f All communications, whether on busi ness or for publication, should be addressed to LEWIS CLEPHA.NE & Co., Washington, D. C. PUBLISHERS' JK)TJIOS,- Subscriptions,' advertisements, and commu nications, intended for this paper, may be left at Adamson'g periodical store, on Seventh street, opposite the General Post Office, where copies of the paper may also bo had Immediately 00 its issue. Advertisements should be sent in before twelve o'clock, M., otherwise they may hare to lio over a day. Communications npon all subjects, particu larly with reference to onr city affairs, will re ceive respectful attention. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1860. ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 November 1860

natMNal eepublican. Friday, November 30, 1860. Oon CircolatION. Owing to the rapid in crease of our subscription list, oar Utt issue was insufficient to supply the demand for it. We shall put to press a larger edition of to day's paper. 8ECES3ION THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. 'The probability is that South Carolina wil in a short time solemnly declare herself out of the Union. What will then be her real status t In our opinion, she will simply be in a state of open rebellion, if she atte. pts to carry her re-1 solves into practical effect. If she shall as sumo to have seceded from the Union, she must necessarily repudiate and set at naught all Federal laws and Federal authority within her limits. What will bo the duty of the Fed- eral Executive in that event ? Clearly, we think, 1 to see that the Federal laws are executed, as : well in the jurisdiction of South Carolina as .anywhere else j and to that end to an force, if necessary. The President has unquestionable power to march an a...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 November 1860

LOCAL NEWS. THANKSGIVING DAY. The recommendation" of the Major to ob serve yesterday u a day of thanksgiving and prayer was almost nnWenally bbserved in our city. Thoso of the stores that were opened at all were closed at an early hour, and altogether the day had more the appearance of Sunday than anything else. The city was very quiet all day, and there was very little Intoxication to be seen much less than we have ever known before. Quite a number of amateur sportsmen left for the woods at an early hour, bat the net proceeds of the day's shooting seldom amounted to more than enough to pay for the shoe leather which had been used. The streets and crossings were very muddy, particularly in the morning) but this did not prevent a very Urge attendance at all the churches which were open j and all who went were well repaid by the peculiar interest of the services of the day. In the afternoon, the streets having become more dry, and the sun shining brightly, a great many availed themsel...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 November 1860

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. LONGING FOR IIOME. BY M1S3 ANSIS JON S3 C1IRI8U1X. BtiTn the future and the pint, With fearful, half-regretful ilgh, Now forth, now back, my glance ii cast, And now turns upward to the sky ; Backward, the lhadei of waited hour! Look on me with a mournful gaze ; I turn to pluck the wayside flowers, And meet the future'! Tell of hate. 1 atgh for home, the home above, The home of pure and perfect lore; To reit beneath that healing tree, To rest bcilde that living ware, Amidst the ransomed host to be, Praising the Lamb that died to save. O, arm me to the conflict, Lord, The conflict stern of present life I plead in faith Thy faithful word Make my strength cqul to the strife ; 0, make me glad Thy cros9 to bear, Thy easy yoke with Joy to wear. And when a weary, shrinking thought, My wrestling, struggling soul assails, To Thee, who not in rain art sought, To Thee, with whom strong prayer prevails, To Thee for present help I'll turn, In patient faith of Thee to learn. T...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 December 1860

2sgaes5Bft&) 3cW8S?riW,,WeB5RWH,S AYflOwJJi'llWJ'lLJ IfpiMW ry TV- rldZfir --rv..-' :x: TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The National IUrtjnucitf is published every afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at the corner of Indiana avenue and Second street, and is delivered to city subscribers at six cents per week, mail subscribers at three dol lars and fifty cents per annum, in advance. Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. tSf All communications, whether on busi ness or for publication, should be addressed to LEWIS CLEPHANE & Co., Washington, Q. C. PUBLISHERS' NOTICES, Subscriptions, advertisements, and comma' mentions, intended for this paper, may be left at Adamson's periodical store, on Seventh street, opposite tho General Post Office, where copies of the paper may also be had immediately on its issue. Advertisement should be sent in before twelve o'clock, M., otherwise they may have to lie over a day. Communications upon all subjects, particu larly with referenco to our city affairs, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 December 1860

NATIONAL BErUBLICAN. Saturday, December 1, 1860. SECESSION AND THE SLAVE TRADE. In our last mm we attempted to how that fhedeelgn of reopening the African slave trade ly at' the bottom of the secession movement now on foot in the cotton States. In this con. nection'we allodcd to tho fact, that the cotton State do not desire the border or grain grow ing ilare States to secede with them in the firstjustance, and.deduced the inference that the cotton States desire to frame a Constitution for the now Southern Confederacy, without the aid of tho Suites whose interests would be opposed to the Importation of slaves from Af rica. In the late annual message of Governor Gist, of South Carolina, we find a remarkable confirmation of our views on this point. He sayst "The i introduction of slaves from other Stalls, which may not become members of the Southern Confederacy, and particularly the border States, should be prohibited by legisla tive enactment, and by this means they will be brought to...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 December 1860

rsssSSSSSfSSssatssj 1 ISSSSSSSSSEsssswoBiBewseSfS1! t. nn at. Srw.to-a Lecture oh Jerusalem. On Wednesday evening last, a familiar conversational lecture was delivered on Jerusalem, at the Assembly's Church, by the Rev. V. 0. Collins, who at pres ent is supplying the pulpit Mr. C, who has recently returned from the far East, commenced his remark by stating that no one claiming to he intelligent should be ignorant of the coun try in which he resides, or through which he travels) and that no information I so accept able aa that obtained, from eye-witnesses ; and that, although the Holy City is an old theme, yet every visiter presents tho subject in the light of his own eyes, and nnder different phases. Being at Alexandria, on his way from the East Indies to Europe, Mr. C. resolved to go via Palestine. Six months -ago, at intervals, three lines of steamers, Austrian, Russian, and French, left Alexandria for Europe, via Jaffa, the port of Jerusalem i the price of passage to Jaffa being ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 December 1860

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. SABBATH IN THE COUNTRY. The creaking wagon's in the shed; The busy flail Is heard no more ; The bone li Uttered down and fed, The harnen hangs above, his head, The whip behind the door. Ilia leathern gloves and hooked bill To-day the woodman throws aside ; The blaelumlth'i fiery forge U still, The woodon wheel ofthe old mill Sleeps In tho mlll-daru wide. The miller's boat la anchored where, Far out, the water lilies sleep ; Yon lee their shadows mirrored there, The broad, white flowers reflected clear, Within the mill-pond deep. The harrow's In the garden shed ; Hoe, rake, and spade, are pnt away ; TJnweeded stands the onion-bed, The gardener from his work hath fled ; 'Tls holy 8abbath-day. Upon the wait the white cat sleeps, By which the chnrn and milk-pans He ; A drowsy watch the house dog keeps, And scarcely from his dull eye peeps Upon the passer-by. And sweetly over bill and dale, The sllrery-sourrdlng charch bells ring ; Across the moor and down the dale, ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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