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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 September 1861

immmtrntimlmm M' Wwnbliim: T VOL. I. -WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1861. NO. 253. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL. APPROPRIATIONS, NEW OFFICERS, &o. STATEMENTS 'SHOWING T. Appropriation! made during the First Session of the Thirty-seventh Congress. j II. Offices Created, and the Salaries thereof. , III. The OJJices the salaries of which have been ' increased, with the amount of such increase, f during the same period. prepared under tlio direction of the Secretary of the 8c- Innto and Clerk of tlio Home of Representatives, in com pliance with the ilxth section of the "Act to authorize I the appointment or additional paymasters and for other purposes," approved July 4, 1830. j . APPROPRIATIONS MADE DURING THE F1R8T SESSION OF THE THIRTY-SEVENTI! CON ' OUESS. Lbnttnucd. Jy tho act Id provide increased revenuo from imports, to pay interest on the publio debt; and for other purposes: 't'n allow to tho several assessors aud assist- ant assessors, fur their services Under this ao...

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. — 21 September 1861

v -1L r . it t.4 4- NATIONAL BEPUJJLICAN. Pnbliihtx Dally, 0nnt.avVEiiTlM BY W. J. MU1WAOII & CO.. Geo. M. Wclon. Kdltor. r Tho publication ofllco of lhe JValtomtl limMican Is at tho northeast corner of D nnd Seventh street, second floor, over W. D. Bhep herd's store, Entrance on Hovonth street. Saturday, September 21, 1SG1. NICABA.QUA. Mr. Samuel S. Wood, doing business In this city, writes in tht h was ono of Iho sufTcTers by the burning of Grcjtown, and that bo ha resided ten years lu Nicaragua. IIo knows tho two citizens of this country now engaged In raising cotton there, and says it can bo grown there In the greatest abuudance. 11a speaks with enlbusla'm of the resources of Nicaragua; the fertility of Iho soil; the variety cr the crops, such as rice, sugar, coffee, cotton, cocoa, bauanna", oranges, lemons, pineapples, sweot potatoes, Indian corn, (two crops in a year,) Ac. ; the richness of the forest trees, such as logwood, rosewood, and mahogany; and the kindness and fri...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 September 1861

K3WT?-?i tS' C VK3MK?ffC 'ffl1,'! "MpiyujwiPjpifflPBfpB i LOCAL NEWS. Te Advertisers. , Nearly four.thousand ooplei of the Sepib. lican are olrouiafed anon, the floating popula tlon ever day,bosldel the large number served to regular BUblorlbou. Advertisers will take note acoordhjgly. ' Something Aboitt the Newsboys. Tliore must bo at least a hundred youngster, engaged In the sale of newspapers In this city Like bqys of a larger growth, tbey exhibit dlf lorent grades of prosperity. While some aro well olad othors aro barefooted, and their gar ments In tatters. The latter may have Just coramoncod buslnoss, and have ootyet armed at tbe financial point of patronizing tho choap. clothing csl.iblfsbmonts. A bettor day may dawn upon their enterprise, and a new suit covor their aottvo limbs. A small amount of capital only Is neoesiary to embark In the nowspnpor-vondlng buslnoss. Three cents will buy three poilny papers, and theso they sell for throe oents apleoe a per centum which llconsed...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 September 1861

i - i 1 Concluded. By tbo act relative to appeals lo lbs ' S'ipwnio 'court of the United 6tatos. Appovecl August The district attorneys for tbo district! ot Cal ifornia aro aulhorlitod to employ not cxccedlr.fr throo clerks, at a compensation of one hnndred nn,l flflv dollars per month, lo Iranjcrlbo the uncords ofland cm la which lh. United State, are parties, to ha cortliloil to IhoSupremi Court ol tho United Slates In cases of appeal. I)y the act to creato a metropolitan police dis trict of Ihe District of Columbia, and to establish n police therefor. Approved August I,, 1SC1. The President is authorized to appoint, by nnd with tho advice and oonscnt ot tho i Senate, lire commissioners ot police, who shall be tbo chief ofllccia of tho " metropolian police dis trict," and they sh.ill appoint a president, a l reisurer, nnd n clerk. Tho clerk shall receive au annual salary of one thousand dollars. Tho police lorco shall con'Ist of n superin tendent of police, ton sergeants of police...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 September 1861

v,imnfmi!mm wmmm rs lp;pMixito: a 3to-,.i1, T V ,- St Jut, YOL. I. WASHINGTON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1861. ;"'" fmmflffttl ' j NO. 254. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For tlio Katloiikl IUpuUlcAD. PEaYEE FOR THE TWIOW. A land of law nnil Gospel ftonco, Of richest fruits trad flowflts God'a Eden of tho Weaterh World What land o blest as burs ? How shall wo yfrovo our grateful thanks To Theo, 01 Bounteous Divert Whoso own right band hath made us ono, 11 y lake, and gulf, and rlvor. Lord, write this law oo evory hoart: "Our Union, now and over I" Tor thou hiis't tutiglit us thro1 Thy Sou, Tlut thoso. wIidi.i IhQuli.is'lJolhodln ouo, No humiu band can sorer I Tho boro souls, whoso prupbot-dreanu Blilno out In cliisslo story, i Find hero, at last, tho " Promised atid" Tho Bbrine of Freodom's glory. ' Our hallowed flag of stars-send stripes, i What mem'rlcs brighten o'er It t ' Tho hopo of millions yet unborn j H'on depots bow before It I ' v Lord, write this law on every heart) V i "Our Union, now...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 September 1861

i : i i i I !; f ' ! NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Published Dally, Snndayi Eitcptcd, , uy w. ,t- MtriiTAan m oo? . ii 1 1 Geo. M. Wettan. Keillor. j- Tho publication odlco of tlio National JlepuMican ts t the uortboasl ournei of D nnd Seventh stroet, second floor, OTor W. D. Hhcp lierJ'sstoio. Entranco ou Seventh street. Monday, September 23, 1801. THE TIMES CORRESPONDENT OFFICIALLY NOTICED. Wo learn tint " many Intelligent nnd patri otic citizens havo applied to tho Secretary o State, by memorial, Baking Iho nltcnllon of the Government to what they represent as treason able matter contained In a loiter, written from this city under dato of Augttat 10, ami pub. llshed In tho London Tunes; and they cxprcst their conviction that Iho siatcincnta In thai letter aro untrue, and that It Ih tho design ol tho writer to bring tho credit and fame ol this Government Intp disrepute in foreign coun tries." In answer to such memorials, Iho Secretary of Stato haa written a lettor, In which ho rajs. " that...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 September 1861

i nwiw u,to f, m Matmtmsamgmt LOCAL NEWS. To ArtTcrtlMr. Nearly fouf"thoun( copies' (if the llepub lican aro circulated among the floating popula tlon ovory day, besides tholnrge number "seWed to regular subscribers. Advertisers will lake nolo accordingly. " The Vlog Presentation. Notwithstanding tho threatening nspoot of llio woathor, n goodly numbor of Udies and gontlomon, (mostly resldenls of tlio tilth w.ird,) nssiiniblcil lu tho eiistHinrk of tbo Capitol mi Hiturday afternoon, to witness tho presentation of tho Hag to tho first District regiment, Col, James A. Talt, anuounoed to take plaoo. The (I ig was a gift from the laclloi of tho fifth w.ird, and was Rotten up in tho mm! finish rd Hi j lo by A. K. Olbbs & Co., of IUItlmmo. It li of tho regular army site, finely monntoil, nnd bofrrs tho inscription in gilt letters, " First Itoglmont District of Columbia Voluntocrs." Ills Honor, Mayor Wallaoh, mado 4ho pro sontatlon, In the following npptjoprlato terras: Col. Talt and of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 September 1861

i i 'I, V I I, r.r r GOVERNMENT ADV'TS., a. O V O 9 A li 8 '"""'SMii. ,or ".',' fflnnu noon on Ins M day orocto MlveJ at 'J?iSSS!iJi"g and delivering at the several b";'; nl ll rdaterlala and article yu .n;E ft. nr.nEd schedules, which wUl be furnished Kt "Vand y mall, If so r.Quested, to , delrlg to o.T.r lo contract for any or nil of K.cl"l med thereln.by tliO commandant! ot tho Ijreral navy yards, for the classes lor tho ardj nnd r their oommaud, or by tba navy agent neyest thereto, or by tin buau fir any or all tho yards m. ..Jmt mahlMWn I7ld Irtililtfl III KYlIinfl tC U.Tl TJI til will U reti etl uMihamtatn dautsfr mors Uian nie ivdui w ' ? andeach ludlvlJualoi a firm nm t tun the out ana contract, lui.i.r. . hsrebv cautioned and imrttoulallv no t-ifled that their offers must be In tho form hereinafter r rescrlbc 1, anil oe mautu in nine w ream uieir u 5' inai(An iipforo the time expire for rccrlvlns: them1. .ui.i i. J a toruuUrrd uJiLK thaU bi rent red afUr Vtt jir'utttiUJ, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 September 1861

"Hii i I i m it juSulu'xjMiJiiiFli1 Mii'fc31W.'FnrrSjBVA)v.ia3L.u)ii.''imT;i, J fju. EU-U'-J unxjb. 't'.i'l .j. L'L r .' TmLi''' Jli'-MifT't r? atiatwl $UpttMiatt. VOL. I. WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1861. NO. 255. ZL NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. 8LVEft IN THE UNITED bTATES. All Aililrtsa rtellrercit bjr Oro. St. Wfiton, by requeai.tita Special HKctiiiK of tlio Itcuubllcan Asaoclutlon, IVualilngton City, Sept. 14, 1VOI. Mr. WESTON said ; No sugjestlon Is more o-ramomy made, and certainly none Is moro iffectlro, la dissuade us Irora any effort whatever looking to tho lin-nv-illalo or otou remote extinction of negro slavery lu this cmntry, than Ibarepro'entuioa trut the evil Is already so vast, und still so In evitably aiiguuiontlng by tin natural lucroasu of tho coloicd rao, as to 1m beyond the reach of human help. The case Is said to be hone li'se, to far as visible mean of relief are coa corned, and wo are piously told to wilt until the mleehlcf Is torinlaatcd In some of the uiys te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 September 1861

It - mk WP iJkV m 'j NATIONAL-REPUBLICAN. PubMed Dallf. Rnndaji EietpteJ, BY W. J- MUBTAGH & OO. Geo. M. WttMOi KdIU. L ' Mf Tbe publication office of the .National T&jwMican It at me norinoaaji ooran oi u ana StVenUl tireei, eouiuu uvui,uior it. i. alley htrd't itore. Entranoe on Seventh street. Tuesday, Stptwrter 24, 1801. SLATES. The Now York .Tourna! 0 Cbmmeree, of the lTlh Instant, a persistent pro-slavery journal, tavt: There to roally no practical dlBcnlty what ever In the treatment of Blares by the army, according to the ordinary principles of law or the common rnlea of war. As to making our soldiers slave-catchers, wo apprehend that no one expects It, North or South; and as to af fording shelter to fugitives, we are unablo to pereeive on what principle they are to be i routed differently from Door Dcraons of any other color or position In the places where they may be fonnd. An advancing army will necessarily make what uso it can of all prop erty of rebels In arms, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 September 1861

-fiti i ! T WiaWH ImMI mmrmmwwmmm mmmm mf'!Si,Vi.".m JJgMmwVjmvui.'i.jTLT.'V-i 'll '"-?.. n-HPf. - tmmT&mmi i i0WVT i LOCAL NEWS. To Ailvertlsera. Nearly four thousand coplos of the Repub lican are circulated among tie floating popula tion every day,besldesthelargemimberserved to regular subscribers. Advertisers will take note accordingly. CITY COUNCILS. Board or Aldermen. Tho President laid be fore tho Doird a communication from the Mayor, signing corlalti uols. The President said, tbat on the 17tli to re ceived the following communication: Poar Hamilton, Sept. H, 1801, Hon. W. T. Vote, President of the Hoard of Aldermen, Washington, D. C, Bnu I beg that you will communlcato to the Board of Aldermen this mv rnsliinatlon as Mayor or tho City of Washington, and transmit it copy to the President of tho Board or Com mon Council. I am, vory rospeotfully, iYour obedlont servant, Jixss O. Bkbrit, Mayor. Ho said that he was "not willing to-take the responsibility upon his ownshouldorsj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 September 1861

4P 4 H ct GOVERNMENT ADVTS. p H O P O R AliB . NAVT DTAVaKT , fiivwM c JarJ au JoeM. Sffeeibsr 4,184li SEALED PBOrOSALSforcichcIimSepitrittlj, endcrted Propoial. for Class No. (name (lie class) for the navy yard t (rimt the yari) will be re ,.... iMMinniM until noon on the 2d davof Ofito bsr next, for furnlihlng nd delivering at the several navy yardi named the materlLl and atUelea em braced In printed s:hedulea, which will be furntihcd on application, and tent by mall, If eo requested, to persons dtalrlng to off.r to contract for any or all of the classes named therein, by the commandants of the several navy yards, for tho classes lor the yards under their command, or by the navy agent neareat thereto, or br the bureau lor any or all tt.o yards lb prevent crmfuticn and mfctofcs in wealing (at eiTlrs, no M will UrKcia&wltithamlatntdtuiri for mart than ant yard in one enttwpc! and each inatviauai 01 a nrni musi tlgn the bid and contract . , , liMrier am hvrfbv natitlonetl and nar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 September 1861

".T aj U 7 ,i yj?-sr ?;;. Tsr ? -r jiE -..v jsw. fi-j j. b i' v. .- patoml lUpMiau. VOL. I. WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1861. NO. 25G. i",, " J1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Kf Tho following flno poem must havn a wide circulation throughout the country. It is a splendid bunt of patrlotlo feeling c Wnm lb. Afliatt. atonlhlr. OUR OOVITRY, On primal rooks she wrote her name ; Her towers were rearod on holy graves j Tho golden seed that bora her came Swift-winged with prayer o'er ocean waves: The Forest bowed his solemn crest, And open flung his sylvan doors: Meet Hirers led the appointed Guest To olasp the wldo-ombraclng shores ; Till, fold by fold, tho broldered land To swell her virgin vostments grew. While Bages, strong in heart and hand, Her virtue's fiery girdlo drew. 0 Eiile of the wrath nf kings 1 O Pilgrim Ark of Llborty I The refuge of divinest things, Their record must abldo In thee I First In tho glories of thy front Let the orown-Jowel, Truth, bo found: Thr right hand flin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 September 1861

w f . w ft k ? NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PnblWinl Dallj, Sliming L'icttril. Y V. .1 MCJUTAUl eV: CO. Clro. M. Wr.din. Killfor. tr The publication oulce of Iho A',iioruil HepHblican In at the nnrtheaM cornel of D At).! Seventh .eel, uncunJ Hour, over W. 1) hhup herd' store. Entrance mi Seventh Btrcot Wednesday, September 25, ISO!. CONTRABANDS The Fortress Monroe) correspondent (Aep trmtier W ol tin- New Vmk T I'ntw, says "A pirlj of twelve tiee;rocBcamaacro'e I In river vesterday, lrom Prince, Ann cuun4y Virgin! i, In open lioal. Tlmy rompl lined m not hivlrtf enough to eat, and llltri'fitni HI The) hive bun hired lo the frigate Sivnminli as n amen L it night n party of 1H 0 nefir.vx cime down the Uhesiipealtn In nn open ho -1 having Marled fron tne mouth of ire titer nt midnight. They also s.iy Ihey did not I no enough to eat. I'hls morning another li ill doren cami- in fro u Warwick, tittien or lueulv wiles above Newport News. Theyjnve jli m, the same stoiy to tell. Prisoners, deserlei"...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 September 1861

'r T-l H TT t4V " -, 'III III I 1.1 im I LOCAL NEWS. To Atlverllaesra. No-irly four thousand conies nl" tlin l!pvl lican are circulated ui-iong tho filiating iml.i lion overy day, besides tlntlarEe miiiiliFrittjrriiil to regular au1icrlber. Advorllweii will tftkr note BCcordinRly. Suililcn Death In the Second Wittil. Alexander Scott, a olork in the office of Hie Third Auditor of tho Treasury, died about half ii tit Ihrco o'clock yesterday morning, in I lie homo kept byliura Smith, No. 404tlnntli iilreet, liottvrdi i" and CI streots. Coroner WouJward hold n Inquoat over the body yMlord iy morning, whon It was uacai tallied til it ho had first visited tho house ml Hand iv nlRlit week, In company with Dr. W'll II.hvh, unci utlii enmo there oiiMnndiy nliclit l.itiitidiniiurcdfor Dr. Williams. He had been ulfr'lnn Willi violent pains In the stomaeh tm some iUvs, and on Monday is supposed lifhavo iiikon clilornform to obtain relief. lie also took laiolaiiumdurliigthe night, and. laboring;...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 September 1861

, I I ) i ' f. GOVERNMENT ADV'TS. P ROaPOBAIs . ii.BiMTviirr. Bureau tf Tarto and Ar, September ,st. atJa i. rproDoAli for Claaa Xo (name the olaw) torrl MrJt (iittne tht yard,") will b Si fat f3i offlw nnll noon on tba 2d day of Octo 2wirMed the matrial and Mttcles -m-brtwf in prhutd pohedulei, which will b fu'nuhed oo BDpIl4Uoa. and md! by mall, if so re quitted to mivodc dratrlng to offrr to contract for any or fcl I of ihtelawMBftiBtdtherclntby the commandant of tL tereral nary yardi, for the elanta lor the yinln under their command, or by the nary agent near at thereto, or bv the bureau for anv or all the vtrdn tu prwnt confutum and mittaket in tcahng the fffrtrw bid unll be recevxd which contain cloture for more Own one yard in one envelope; and eaoh IndlTldual ol a firm must Ufa am um kiiu vuuirwk Bidden are herebr cautioned and narttculai lr no lifted that their offer must be In the form hereinafter recrlbea, ana oc mtiica in time to rtaon thetr ilea Lnation before lite time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 September 1861

ser: T 1 l lramwl JkpEMiratt: '.' ' . .AW i .! :M' 1 it ' '!, ! .K . I 1. I VOL. J. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1861. NO. 257.'n NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. . ftem ttifl JCrriilng IVst. , 'iltU llKUIjiliNl1 nisi'tiuKKiJ: nr 1'AIIK IlENJAtfttf. The fife blows Bhrlll, Ihedrum boils loud, I lionrtho tramp cif many foot Come echoing m tlio oily street, With cboor and wolqomea from tho crowd. 11 Is tho regiment reliiraed, That wont away thrao months iirpj t'oiirleas, thoy met tho Southoin foo, A'jJ with tnio pal riot ardor burned, i . 1 heir Idolo and dres aro bomowhat worn, But every gun U froo from rust, And that U lumdmhlo dust ITpoii their caps and kmitistioks b)tno. Tholr banner Btlll is held on liltli, Though sol'od with wind, nnd rain, and smoko, Ah bravoly aa wUon first It broku In light like sunriso on tho sky. In tho full front of b.iltlo blioft n, It onfrard lod tho sorrlod files, O'or many rough and weary miles. Through wild, beloagttored paths unknown, Against Its fold tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 September 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Daily, Iwhri KiwtM B W. J. MIJHTAflH OO. I i Uto. M. Wo. Kdltor. ' i Th, publication oIc of he aYaHoiw.. tomMiuan i at tbe northeast corner of D and B"r..t,Moon.. floor over W.D. Bh.p- herd's store. Entrance on Seventh street. Thnrsdty, September 26, 1861. Til Id NATION 1'AST RAY. OFFICIAL.. Military latelliffeRce. AMAtml ON Tilt) rOTOMAf. Yesterday Ibo steamers Seminole and Jacob Ball, which havo been lying for some time near IodUn Head, went 6a a little lour, or observation, near the Virginia ehoro, to atcer tain whether tho rebels really had possession of the Potomac, as they boasllngly assert. They had not proceeded far, when an undis covered battery of threo or four guns opened upon them. Several shots wero exchanged, and during the " practice," the Jacob Bell received a shot, but sustained Hltlo damage I The steamers were thea wilhdrawu, aud re turned to their old. location. By (U President of Iht United SUUu of Amtr'un: A PUOCLAilATION. Whereas ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 September 1861

ae T -T LOCAL NEWS. To AilverUaera. No.irly four tliuusiwd copies of Ihe liepvb Iwnn aro circulated among the floaling popula lion avory d.ty.hosldoa thelnrge iiumhernorved In regular subscribers'. Advertise will take note accr dliifily. Uenerotia Dceila. Wo fe.tr Ui.it our citizens (! not (aka sufficient prldo In tho District of Columbl.i regiment, ('oloiicl Tail, now rapidly filling up Its ranks. Tho miilorl.il Is of tho vory best. Recently the I idles, always nppreci.illvo of (rue merit, do naied to tlio regiment a splendid flag, which uu know will bo gall intly uphold. Horeral days iigu, John 0. ltlvos, Esq., riding mil to tl 0 vamp, p ml a voluntary ootranco foe In tLo form ot 0110 hundrod dollars In gold, Saying at the lime herlrosonted jt,that ho would slnill.trly roirfoiriuer " llm boys" nit a fiituio occasion. This Is an evidence of truo Irlitiidjhlp. The roglment lias askoJ for no tuch contri butions, but It is ) resumed that such solid 1 1'mombraticcr would be aoceptablo,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 September 1861

u3priw,twmwfmiwn nw jt 4?gaaft ii n GOVEltNMENTADVTS. p n o r o s a ! s . Nxrr DiPAmMKiti, Jiureaa of Fdntf dn I AW, SyttntUr 4, lBiil. HKALM ritOrOS ALB for each class separately , enXrsed " rropoals for Class No (narao Oio class) fo tlienry yard t (name the yard."') will be n Sired I it IIUI om uiAll nooa on the Jd day of Octo bVrncxt.forfurnlihlngandd.lverlniaUheMTeral nav Yards named the material and articles em braced In printed sohedutes, which will be furnished on application, and sent by mall, ir m requested, to nersons desiring to offer to contract for any or all cl uit classes named therein, by the commandant of the several Jiavy yard, for the claraes lor the yards undrr their command, or by the navy agent ncartsl thereto, or by the bureau lor any or all tin ysrds 7b prevent vmfuiUn and miMaXet in sailing the i flirt, ni U I mil h reccicel vhich amlaini datxifor mitre than wt yanl In one envtlrrrti nndcaeli IndU (dual 01 a llrm mut sign the bid and oontract . , , llMilsra ...

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