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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 February 1866

Death ot Rev. C C. Iloflnairj. Wo take the lollowln Irom the Cavalla (West Africa) Metsenger of December 1, 18GS. It i from the pen oi Rt. Rev. Bishop Payne, of the African Mission: "Died, at Capo Talmas, on Saturday. Novem ber 26, the Rev. Cart walader ColJen Il jifman, in iuu iuhj-jiiui jear ui uis me, ana ibo six- i teenth of his coDnt-ction with the Protestant i,pwoopai Mission at Cape Palnoas and ports adjacent. . "This event will sa.lc!en tho hearts of thou sands and tall like a thunderclap upon the Church, as il did on the mission and community which he bo much honored, and in which he was so ranch belovd. " 'Our beloved Earnnhaf,' the wise, ready counsellor, the constant Ijvios; triend, the per iectly consecrated Chrisinu minister, the zealuiis, ever-active, able, siuglu-miuded missionary, the dear fellow-laborer in the srospcl; deliehtina;, above all thines, to 'sound it out,' accordmac to the grace given him, to every creature. We, as a mission, mourn a lots never before e...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY G, 18CG. UNITED STATES 17AVAL ACADEMT. Rf)pH of Alafri lorlir nnd sHafT bj ti nrj I Mud a.eiclalMtar. from tH JBaHnur$ Commercial of Saturdaf. AiAroMH,I'Y'brury 2. B Invitation of th General Assembly ol Maryland, communicated In a Joint resolution ol' both Houses, to Rear Admiral Porter and the ollicers and Professors of the Naval Academy to visit the to Houses of the Lee Mature, the iolntComraittee appointed for that purpose received their distinguished truest uud hm staff to-day at 12 o'clock, at the State House. The Admiral, with about thirty officers and Professors, all in billl aat unuornn, were invited to the Executive Chamber, where ttu.y were ror dlully gicetcd by (Jomnor tSuun. KKUEPTIOH IN TUB SCNATB. After the ceremony ol personal Introdnc.lon of thcdiiTereutotllcen to the Executive of the State, the diRtiufruished visitors, accompanied by the Governor, were escorted by the committee to vhe Senate Chamber, w her...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn.-railjADELPIIlA, TUESDAY; FEBftUiUlt- G,' 180G. . The Lait New Dla6. f-prn ttw. Ltmdim Lnnctt. V hat lately had to refer mor than once to the prevalence of raraitio diseaso in Germany, ariwnff Irom eating pork infested with the newly obferved trwttina ppirati. Dr. Thndl chum addresses u with the following particu lar of the outbreak at Hedoreleben: Reliable account ot the epidemic of trlchlnla sin at lledcrslcbcn. in Prussian Saxony, abor it to nave been tho moat extensive ar.d latal of all outtuealis hitherto recorded. While the Hett atadt outbreak canned severe sickness to upwards of one hundied and flltv persons, and the death of Iwenty-eifftit out ot this numbor.tho epldemlo ot lledersleben has Hln-adv (op to December 21, 1865) produced upwards ot ninety deaths. From these t'ures wo may fairly conclude that the total number ot persons attacked amounts to several hundred. All this liavoc has been caused by ono trichinoM pig I The butcher, having recogn...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 February 1866

8 THE DAUiTi $YENING ; TIMGIlJU,n4---!PIlILADELPniA, ' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 18C6. THE SjEIVGERBUND IIVLL. AMedley of Masks, and Musio-The Perfumes of Fountains and Flow ors-A Mirthful Motley of Mas-quers-Tho Animal and Vege table Kingdoms In Full Regalia-Cucumbers Waltz ing with Dead Beets-Potato e 8 , Promenading with Parsnips' Tne grand Masked Ball of the Sirngerbund, at tbe Academy Inst evooincr, was really a most brilliant affair, and though her al 'Jed with little cewipnper notoriety and blowing of trumpets, vac, we think:, in most respects, il not all, tbe finest afl'air of the Benson. . Fo far as the attendance, too variety and oddity of costumes, and the spirit of jonullty characterizing the entertainment were con cerned, it was ss complete a Kuccese as could bae been desired or anticipated; and in no par ticular were those participa.lnf; doomed to dis appointment. The instrumental portion of the music, by Birgfeld's orchestra and m litary band, and the vocal music by the S ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 February 1866

H A VOL. V. -No. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBHTJAHY B, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. IMPORTANT ARRESTS IN KEW YORX. T Wr bftweu Mpain And Chill Cii- Jidentlftl Agents of lb Oitllna ov crnmtnlln Trouble llielr Indictment by the Omnl Jury Iltclr Arrest and , AdmlftHlou to Ball. On Saturday last Information was Hied la tho cAlce 01 the United States District Attorney that certain paittes In this city were engaged in tbo violatlou of tha neutrality law 9 al the" Uuled States, and had actually procccde.l In the lit ting outol torpedoes aud torpedo bouts, to bo used against the vessels of Spain in tbo present war w ith Chill, in the lntere.-t ot Chili. The In'orma tion was ot such a nature that Pi drict Attorney Dickinson lelc called upon to present H 10 the Or and Jury, then, in session, lor ihcir action. On presentation of the case to the Grand Jury, thai body, on hearing the evidence, presented two sipaiate bills ot indictment against Ben jamin V. McKeuna and hiepheu Rotors, Chilian C...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, -FEBRUARY 8" 18C0 1 1 I .4 i T, . THE NEW YOItK PEES3. Editorial Opinions of the Loading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. OOMrlLED EVERT DAT FOR KVKIUSO TKLEORAFil. Your Dull and Mr Ox. From tin Tribune. Mr. John O'Maliony, Iload Centre of the American branch of the Irish republio (wo mean one of tuo Head Centres, lor we shall Keep out of the Fenian fight if we can), ha issued a manlfcAto, declaring that Iiritlxh Government spies (detectives) are dogcinir the footatcps of the Fenians of our city, lie says: "It U a fact as utart'mir as it is disgraceful, that spies, ao injr ui;d r tbe direc ion ot iorvgn (iov ern men-, prowl about our siroets, and, even under the statue ot Wa.hitcton, baton ooaaplraoy against oitmens of ihe republic" etc eto. This, of course, is the way the matter look in the eyes of the Head Centre; but not exactly so in ours. We trust our Government will main tain the strictest neutrality in ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, I860. CITY I NTKL LIG EN(JE For Additioiud City lntiCliriec tee FifUi I'age. TnK "Dying Soldier.'1 We acknosvlpdt e trie receipt ol $5 Ironi "Country," for the "Djinir SolJirr," wh'ch, with suras previously recctved, muke a total of f 53. New Philadelphia Associations. The Legislature of our State have now before them two bill which are ot interest to our citizens. The one Is for the establishment ot an associa tion which will have for its object the preparing of Innocent and attractive mmisemcnts under the iiuspices ot the very he-it of our citizens, the proceeds of which are to be devo'.ed to the support of the widows and orphans of those who have been maimed so eoiloiiRly that they are unable to make a livlnct for their families. No one can object to this crood work, and we have no doubt that the bill will pass, and the Amateurs' Drawing-Room Association b3como one of our city institution'. If properly con ducted It...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 February 1866

THK DAILY EVENiNG TELEGRAPH. TOILADELriHA, TUU11SDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 18CG. Is pvhliched (ny of or.ccn (Sundaa excepted) at No. 108 5. Ihtrd tired, JVcr, Three Cenln Fer Oory (Houhle Sliat), or Eiahteen Cents Tcr ITerl, fayahle to the Cc-rer, and mailed to Fvhserilcrs out vfthecdyat Nine Do'Jan rer Ar.i.vm f Cnr Dollar and Fifty Vents for Two Llonths, invorially in adoaice for ihe period ordered. To insure the In vert tan ot Advertisements in all of our Editions, ihey must he forwarded to oar office not later than 10 o'clock each Mommy. T UDESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1803. A JourrtoliMic Fault Nefiulrin:; Coricction' Tiir Washington National Intelligencer lias recently la'ton upon itself the onerous and cer tainly (hanklcssduty oi criticising nndexposlnj the Radicals. Forgetting that its writings are appearing in 18G5. and loudly going bad; to the days when the ut erances of SiIATox, Us editor, were the utterances of the Government of the United States, it soundly belabors all who decline to bo...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 February 1866

i. I TEE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. KniLADELPHLA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1SGG. 5 AMUSEMENTS. Arch Sthkkt TnATR Mm. Waller will ap pearthla evening e "Lidy Muobeth," This aital lincr ana prand cioatlon of Sbakspeare la only fully realized to the scholar bV Mis. Wailor'a creation of the part, llcr reading of the letter at onco rlvos the whole charaotcr o strnng mil and deep pav cioc ot "ie amomons, mime, tiivmy eiltel I woman. Tan as the part in which Mis. vvallor firs' aolilpveo Iurrrct reputation herein thisoity Mr. Waller will play "Macbeth." . WAlmjt Streft.I'heatrii My Neighbor'$ Witt, with Tlit Khightt of the Hound Table. On I ridar Mr. Clarke will appear as "Or. rnng'OM," and In a now piece called Dickey' Wooing. Mr. Carke is snre to have a fine beuellt. but he deserves it the more ti ls timo as he has generously deroted tho pro cords ol a Y)at;neo on rjatttrday to the most mcrod of our chanties, the Bo.diura' and bailors' lloinn." lie wM liini'Pii appear in b.s rouoaned clia, act...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 February 1866

c SEA TEKMS. The origin of some sea terms is very curious; tbun, port bncklers derive their name from the bucklers of knights, which were formerly ar ranged alorf? the sides of the ships in which they embarked; and the term yardarm la derived from the extremities of the yard havine, In Ibe olden time, beim armed with iron hooks. Gunwalo is lrom pin-wall; bowsprit from bolt-sprit) comb lngs from comines; kevel from revel; and davit from David. Captain Thomas James, who made a voyage to Hudson Jiay in 1631, speaks of over look in if his tacks ana shoots with other ripping ofetiess. He also ays he hoisted his nnttont, thnt is cnMcn, on tbe poop; and the King's colors, that is standard, at the main on a holi day . The word hurricane Bems t j hav boon of Carib or Indian origin, for Captain Fernando de i'orido, in a work on the Indies, addressed to Charles V, says, "So, bIho, when the Devil withes to territy them (the Indian?) he promises them tbe 'nuracan,' which means tempest.'' Typhoon...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 18GG. A The Ambitions Toad. (Written by Dr. Jewnt alter morn In walk up a bif a bill, near the ton of which tc ad was ds covered hoppinir industriously, witb winch be bold long and interesting oolloqny Ilol fellow-traveller, which way now? Art toiliotr up the steep Over whose rough and craggy brow The morning aun doth peep? Art proud, and dost thou the vale demise f Or dost thou hop for ciercme f The poet Milton doth relate . ' That on of nnjzr-1 birth, With prldo and liiev'liBb. hopes elate, Once visited our earth And took thy shape to work his plan Of ruin to poor thoughtless man. And hast thou from that fatal day Partaken his ambition And art thoo toiling up this way To better thy condition? Poor toad 1 I lear that, after all Thy pains, thou'lt catch a tail. Yon bird doth weary on the wing Before it reach the top; And dost thou hope, poor silly thing, That with thy labored hop Thon'lt salely reach the hill's green c...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 February 1866

8 LA COTERIE BLANCHE Tho Grand Ball of tho Sea33n-A Princely Pageant The Fancy Dresses and the Funny Doings -Beer Mugs Coquetting with , Coffee Pots Hdmor. Happi- ness.Hilarlty-slnglngairds, Perfumed Watsra and Fra grant Flowers-Finest . Hop Ever Clvan In this ' CltyAn Evening Lari i . ' to bo Remembered I After moalli3 ofpaViout propniation, t'.io thir l unuual Lop of Lit Cotei ic blitr.clie camo otf at the Academy ot r.lujic lait ecnins. ofco'irac, being n ball lagti'tbe w call or ba.lu'fc ilie hutirt to be other -visr than urlv and bearish, lik 3 a rich old uncle from " lnditi; Hndwhvttisttr.it. onthtso festive occaoloni tho dreot are inva riably chocVliiR.'and the n alkinc; pcrilom to tho nio.t practieed pedestrians, I i a subject every way worthy the grave consideration of our Rciqntilic bodies, not excepting the Cabaien'e Literary Union. t But, ut all events, the ball passe i oil" most hap pily -went oil', in tact, like a meteor, leaving in its wake a lum nons tra 1 of plory; ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 February 1866

i. , FfTl CD' H A J O lIIILDIULlIIIA., .MONDAY, FEBXITT-AJRY 12, 18GG. DOUBLE SlIEET-TIIIiEE CENTS. VOL. V.-No. 37. (S- t. : SIS,; jj'r. ,TF,rr.i.-:,y'r!T.J',' .".li i.-L..lV-f.,, IN MEMORIAL! OF ABEAHAM LINCOLN The Martjr-FresiderU of the United States. "He Lives in the Hearts of the People." MEMORIAL CELEBRATION AT WASHINGTON. Heads of the Nation Do Honor to His Memory. ORATION BY HON. GEORGE BANCROFT. AN ELOQUENT AND IMPRES SIVE EULOGIUM. The Eminent Historian Places the Heart Tribute of the People on the Great American . Martyr's Tomb. APPEARANCE OF THE AUDITORIUM Scenes and Incidents of the Occasion. EtCi 33tO. Etr.i StO. Etc. Special Telegraphic Correspondence of the Evening Telcyraph. Washington, February 12. The city is crowded imusually to-day. A great many persons from a distance have arrived during the past twenty-four hoars, in the hope of obtaining admission to the celebration; but as each Congressman and Senator has but two tickets, only the favored few can be present,...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 February 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COHriLBD KVEBT DAT FOB KTBN1HO 1XLBOUAPH. (Spain, CtJU, and Tern. From the Tribune. The war between Spain and Chill increases in Importance and interest by the ofTenBlve Bnd de fensive alliance which the new Government of Peru has concluded wltb that of Chili, and the concomitant declaration of war by Peru against Epain. The 'Revolutionary party of Peru, first represented by General Canseco and subse quently by General Prado, came into power on the direct issue of a total reptidis'lon of the timid, submissive attitude which the adminis tration of the late President Pezot, in open oppo sition to the clearly expressed wishes of the 2'rruvian Congress, had assumed towards Spain. Jl repudiation of the treaty concluded by Pczet "with the Spaniards, an alliance with Chili, and a declaration of war against Bpaln, were, there fore, regarded as inevitable the moment the revolution in P...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEG R AFII PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, lEBRXTARY IS, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE IFor Additional City MeUiqenct tee FipJi l'agr. Botjntt Equalization -Meeting of Soldiebs, Sailors, and Marines. The mnss meeting of soldiers, tailors, and marines held on Saturday evenirjp, In front of Independence Hall, was very laraely ultended. Colonel Wil liam B. Ihomas prclded at the meeting. Gene ral Meade wrote: "I have no doubt or the Justice and equity of the claims of the soldierssailors, and murines, which you advocate; and I sincerely triiBt your meeting may have the effect to increase the Chance ot cuccessful legislation. General Geary, in his note, suggested that "In the parable of tho laborers in the vlneyara it is stated that those who labored but one hour were, for reasons pood and sufficient to tho mas ter thenJwf, made equal to those who had borne tho bent and burden of the whole dayj but in no place can we find that Inflnlta Wisdom has de clared that those who labored duri...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 February 1866

felting Stlcpjft T$ published every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 & lhird street. Price, Tliree Cents Ter Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Tcr "Week, payable to (he Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out ofOieoityai Nine Dollars Ter Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Monttts, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure (he Insertion of Advertisements inaU of our Editions, Viey must be forwarded to our office not later Vian 10 o'ctocfe each Morning. MONDAY, FEBRUAttY 12, I860. Abraham Lincoln His Life nnd Services Oration ol Hon. Gcorsro Urancrolt. Trus day fllty-seven years ago, there was torn in the tben unse : tied wilds ol the Stato of Kentucky, of poor and Ignorant parents, a child lor wbese I onor thirty millions of American fioemen aro celebrating this, the . anniversary oi his birth. We will not trace the course of that stern patriot, that clear orator, that firm Tresidunt, that lamented martyr. From his entrance upon the stage of to th...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 February 1866

g ...... ,-T , THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 18GG. AMUSEMENTS. Walkct Strict Thkatbb. r Comedy of Xrrort will be brought out this tronlnr, for the flr.it time In thU city for many yean. Mr. Clarke trll' sow (how us that In the hiehcat raugo of Shake perian comedy, hla onlus ia ai roat as in ths farces and comediettas that we are accustomed to aee him in. The play will be put on the itaire witli evoty adjunct neoowsary to Itg anccosa. New Cubbkut Stbket Thkatri. Henry Dun tar, thedramatiia'ion from Mica Braddon's croatly sensational novel of the "Outcasts." Mr. Mor 4aunt, oi course, ploys the hero, a oharaotor ex nelly in lu line, and 01 which he will make groat part. We have no doubt Mist Orton, Mr. Clarko, and nearly all tte company at this theatre are in the cast. Abch Btbmt Imiatrb. Mrs. Waller will appoar In her wonderfully ureal lmporsonatlon ot "lag')." Mrs. Waller's Ronlus is acknowledged by all. the attracts the refined and intollectnal; but...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 18G6. THE BALL OF THE FRENCH MINISTER. Brtllinnt Atusemblftgo 4f Fair 'Women and Brav )Io-1l(fmfii find Wir rlora, Iiine iinrt Tetnltllm l'h Vnfon Itatwrvn Ararlit ul FrAtice Cemented on tito I.Ik tit I'nnumtlo Xo Janelnar to the Alaslc of JPerpetaal Amity, Kte. Kte. Washington, FeUnary 10. The bull given to-night by tho Marquis and Marchlonoas de Montholon was beyond all question the most magnificent entertainment ever given in thia metropolis, and is a briehtlink in the chain of pleasant associations that binds together the two nations. The Marquis bears a name historical in Ld Jidle France, and is tUofion of tho (Jenrral of that natnu who was the, companion of Napoleon the First at St. lleieua, auj of Napoleon tho Third when ho was also a prisoner ot state, while the Marchioness is iho daughter of a gal lant Rcncral iu the ild United States Army. Tiio house now occupied by tho French Legation was built and fitted up ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPII. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 18GG. Waiting for the Dentist. From Ijyridon Society. The day was. brlcht and sunny, the weekly Punch was funny; J3ut Punch with all its charms for mo had no temptation, At the (lontWn I was waiting, heart and couratro palpiiatint. And I cared not lor the weather, in Mid antici pation. Would I were a Special Header! I would beg the prentle reader To listen to mj plehdines for Borne mercy to my rhyme. About the thoushti that, teasing, tnado me hot ind kept me freezing, Kept me mirthful, kept me mournful, all that dreaiy waiting time. "Love," I thoucht, "impetuous, ecethinp, is another state of teethimr, Alilce we feel its torments In palace and In hut: lint we give up proans and sighing, break) our youthful vows of dying For the dear beloved obicct when our wisdom , teeth are cut. "Jcnlouny wo feci for love's sake, 'tis exactly like the toothache, With its quick ppasmodic throbbing and its sud den fits of pain: Brave is...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 February 1866

8 l Continued from U18 First rage. Amnricahad chosen for bor chiof: tuoy leered at "bis lure bonds, and long toot, and uurinly stature; and the British 8eorjtary of Htaie lor Forolm Atlairs mart? ha(e to Rend word through the palnces ot Europe that the (treat Repubiio vu in its agony, that the Republic was no more, that a head-mono was all that remained due by the law of nations to "the late Union." Hut it is written, "Let the dead bury tb"ir dead:" they may not bury the living. Let the dead bury their dead: let a bill of reform remove tho worn out government of a clan, and inline new Ire into the British Constitution by confiding right iul power to the people. ms policy. But wnilo the vitality of America Is indestruc tible, the liritiaii Government hurried to do whut never before had been done by Chriatiun poweri, what wu8 in direct conflict with, its own exposi tion of puolic lav in the time of our strujgle for independence. Thouph t!ie insurgent States had not a ship in an open h...

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