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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 8 December 1862

vl vT I- . U" Ml ajtUUMaaSU-i VvruiMTaMLKror ll fj Knll.ml rVtW' T. .trrvThl8 extra performance of this grand operatic spectacle Is given this evening; by request of the numerous admirer oi the opera, acceded to by the management In order that all may have anoppor tunlty of witnessing Ita laat representation, ai well as allowing ample uro ior me preparation ana re hearsal of the stirring nt1ltary opera or "The Child of the Regiment," which will be performed Id the mostmsgniflcent style to-morrow, evening. Lrt all remember-then, that to-night la undoubl edly the last representation of the" Encnfntresi." Gaovra'i TMraTiirftwMfirf oa PoorYouni Mdfi. Manager Grover, with hit cut torn ary zeal, hai provided, for this evening, another novelty, one which should caus the spacious and fashion able theatre to le crowded In ererypart, Deter rn Inert that the reputation of Ma establishment should be preserved, he hat prepared, at a great ouua),ine magmncrni six-nci piayoi "jne Ro mance of a Poo...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 8 December 1862

-- -tr( r-a- -y g p J2 o.t A-LicN o.t i g E , (DR. M. VKLiarrS 1MtW Hospital, In lh Federal Block, corner or BeTenlh and F s trceta, ' 'opjfcslte the Post anil taUnt Offices, rtonm. ml 24, tip Ulri.'Wiihlngtoii, D. C. All immm of prints nature treated In the moat MlesllOff manner, and' raalcal cores ef fected In 1 eaaes. SYPHILITIC AFEEC tioks, ooxobrucsa, QIKET, STRICT URES, bEMIXAI. VAKyXSS, rr the result of TOI.UPTXTOUS'DnEAXS, or any weak ntnottbaOEXRRATirEORaAItStromnnj cauas whatever, or how long standing, thor oughly anil radically cured) alao OOtTT, nUEVlLATlSiT, XEURALOIA, noil other (WROXICDMEASESotthtXXnrES.UVS. CLES, BOXES and JOIXTS SOnOFVT.A, BLOTCHES on the FACE, ERUPTIOXS on tueZJ2and BODY, andall other ERUP TIVE VISEASF3 and DISEASES of the BLOOD, frfnn wftflrVw nlHSe thry may Imvt ariun, ArFUOTKl) ANl UKt'OKTUXA'L'K 1 No matter what your dleaae,et no falaudcl leacy prevent you from applying Immediately to Dr. Vallny, itho la acknowledged tn he ly far the most SUCCE...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 9 December 1862

ar mrtim wmwhi i gjtotaal! ftblta. J RtTEl OP ADVEHTIimo On. tniurn. thrw d. t t irisT itlM TIIK DAILY NATIONAL nEPUBLICAN I, publlihcJ nttj morning (Sunday, excepted) by V. J. Mcnuon 4c Co., nd ti furnlancd to city tnbicrlben (by carriers) at 23 cent, per month. Mill subscriber,, 13. W gcr nnum 13 for tlx inonlln, and tt for three month,, Intarla My In adrande. ' Single copies, 9 cents. Oft. qu.re, fl,Q d.y, ., 1.60 - yuc .qn,r six nay, - .".-. 'li-.. Ktctt othtr dsj'adTCTtlicmrtU. flfir'bff1" " enl. .ddltlon.l.1-' ' ,'" '- t 'J One k dTettlactntnu 'chined .1 6e " " Z lor each Insertion. ,- Elxht line, or lest constltut, a squvo. AdrertUements ibonld bo h.nded.In br nlo. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, P. C TUESDAY, DEOEMUEU 9, 1862. NO.ulO. o'clock p.m. ' " ' 7TZZZZ A.l.S-iy,:yJW V, ' . ..ii ipn mil hi r -ii- Niipttl mpuMwfttti. m:mm XS 1 LETTER AND STATEMENT OP COL, GOODWIN. WisniKOTOx, D, C., Dec. 6, 1BC3. Major General Irvtn McDowell Siri I shall take this opportunity or comma nlcatlng t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 9 December 1862

Jft JH -. S--S ztwmVmtM. WAiHITtaTON, TUE8DAT, D. C.i DEC. 9, 186. n- Th. OMc of tit. National lUpubll. inllitill ninth tr..t, biw. p.nib .ylranla m and D .trt.t, (Up Blalra.) TIM POSITION. On Friday tiro Iron-dads and f eytn Irani ports sailed from Hampton Roads for the fcouth with sealed orders A dmslou commauded bv Gen. Emory Waa on board thalransports. The dltltlon contltta of thn New Tork regiments, I , a PeDnsjlranla regiment, and Massachusetts rrgimem, containing alloy ewicr uiuit iudu imi thousand men. Some of the correspondents at Fortress Monroe say that thla force has gone to reinforce Gen. Foster In North Carolina, bnt It Is not readily seen why the transports need have been accompanied by lroncladi, If such Is really their destination. It had been previously supposed at Forlresa Monroe, that thla force un der Gen. Emory was to form a part of General Banks expedition. The wiseacres who would hare It lhat Gen. Banks was going to Jamea rlTer, begin to doubt whether that ex...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 9 December 1862

!a local ps, ;, r Amusement r j J (J aorta's Thtathe Opm Swrm ort ItoMMf lf Poor fruit? f The great luocrii of the season is without question the play produced last evening At Graver's theatre, entitled the "Ro msnce of a Poor Young Msn." The pUjr It a very interesting and peculiar one. almple In story, )et rrry exciting, and, After having seen It once more, we will endeavor to describe It for the benefit or those readers who may by some me tut be preclud ed from witnessing Its performance. W e re conft dent the piece merit such attention. The out of characters as tlrat announced struck us forcibly with their admirable arrangement, but the really f rand effect produced by Manager Grover's able artists In Impersonating the parts can hardly be deicrlbed. The miulo by Kopplti la really superb t the atenery la worthy the matter who executed lt the machinery la amooth In tta working snd de lightful In eifVcti the, work of Mr. C. Putnam the appointment a are elegant, and no one seems to l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 9 December 1862

PPVMSVWW yj i . DR. M. VELLNr8;rrtto Hospital, In the 1 Federal Block, corner of BeTcsth anil F streets, , opposite tho Post and Patent Offices. Jlooms ad 34, up stairs, Washington, I. C. All iiiiiii of prlt ifatnre treated Is the, molt aclsntllla manner, and radical cures cf fected la all caiu. SYPHILITIC AFFEC TIONS, aOXOHItlKBA, OLEET, STRICT URES, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, or tho rwnlt of VOLUPTUOUS DREAMS, ,or any weak nof the GENERATIVE OROANStmm anj canso whatever, or how lonff standing, thor oogkljr and radically enrcdj alio (10UT, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, and other CIIROXIC DISEASES otihtXERTES, MUS CLES, BOXES and JOINTS SCROFULA, DLOTCIIES on th FACE, ERUPTIONSoa the LIMBS mi BODY, and all other ERUP TIVE DISEASES and DISEASES of the BLOOD, from ehaUver tatue they may have arUen. AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE'! No matter what yonr disease, let no false del Icacy prevent you from applying Immediately to Dr. Vellny, who la acknowledged to be by far the most SUCCESSFUL PnYSICIAN lu the tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 10 December 1862

I- ' y 14 ii TIIB DAILY NATIONAL, TUCFTJBI.1C AN la publish ad er7 morning (Bandars excepted) bj W. J. MumTion oY Co., and U.farnlihed to city subscribers bti carriers) it ,28 cents' per month. . Mill tsbtcrlben. 13.60 per aonomt fa for six months, and'tftf tnrtJ monlbi, lnr'arla- vil . . ., uij iu auraaco. Single copies, 3 cents. w.: """""""i MEETING OP TIIR MAMHAClIUgBTTB ItEUEI BOCIKTV. The qnartcrlr meeting of the Massachusetts Keller Association, at WlllaruV Hell, oa Mon, daj erenlng, was largely attended. U , The meeting was called to order by the presl. aent, Hon. Oeo. W. MeLellao, Becond Assist ant Postmaster Oeneral. Judge Fernald, of tho. board, of director!, presented ma report, which, after being read, was accepted and ordered tube printed for dis tribution. The report states that there are upon the books of the association the names of 3,000 Massachusetts men, who have been, In the hos pltals. The number at present remaining', Is 1,013. None of the goods contained In th...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 10 December 1862

-wnrwrrcvmr. ""ilii WAlirHOTO, D.O.I ' DEC. 10, IMS. rTh 0e. th. Rational Repslbll. cam I. 6U Jtlmtlartr..t,.t ! .TlTanta Ta D , (Pp tain.) JOIIH VAH BtrUSJl lUBAOS FOB t Ataxa iuckmokd. fn nearly all the speech, which b. mad. to the unterrlfled Democracy of New York, before the election if Oot. Seymonr, John Van Bnren Insisted nron the captor of Richmond at the dnt and grind object upon which the whole military resource, of the nation thoold be con centrated. "On to Richmond" we alway. the burden of the Prince's long. Versatile at to everything else, he adhered to thli point with the pertinacity of a men with'' only one single Idea. What did Mr. Van Bonn want of Richmond? In his own language, he wanted It as " hatting place," and "arming plan," In which to nego tlste with the reoeu. in oiner worai, inter. prellng hla language by hU well known sentl menu, he Intended to follow up the occupation of Virginia with the recognition of the rotton confederacy, and an acquiescence In a fina...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 10 December 1862

Jmmmmmm 1 y LOOAL,NWSi-- Amnsejnea.t. i ..Mc0".n ,0"T at FobdVtiikatbk of the beau tiful military- opera. suaptedand translated by Mlii rolioe.Riahings, entitled the "Child of the Regiment," produced for the first time thU sea son, at Ford'a popular theatre." 1q splendid style last evening, to a crowded and most fashionable audience. All the sparkling gems of thlaopera are dow presented lo a magnificent manner. The vocal ization by Mlaa Caroline Richlngs, In the part of Marie, wee rapturously encored throughout. Mr. Rlchlagiaa Cartouche, the Old sergeant, looked every loch toe character he wai personating, while Mr. burnt at Fonlo, added to Ms already estabilab ed reputation. The choruses were all correctly and effectively rendered, also the dramatic characters. The brilliant div ertlsement, which concluded the evening's performance, was a happy feature of the nlght'a amusement. Moos. Ronianlhasln Mlsa Sophie Nllson and Madam K Marina premiere dan cers of rare grace and attractivene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 10 December 1862

mMfBEr )! SPEOtAL N"Tl6fe. , 8 "J k i U J J . DB. K. VELIJJT'rJ Wtila Hospital, In the Federal Bloek, corner of Seventh end F streets, opposite the Pout and Patent .Offices. Roouu and 94, op stair., Wellington, D. C, As. iseaseaora private natur, treated In the moat ec'enllflc manner, and radical cure ef fected In all caiea. STPHILITIO AFFEC- tioks, gonorrhoea, gleet, strict. USES, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, or the rrsnlt of VOLUPTUOUS DREAMS, or any vreek neu of tba GENERA TIYJC OHO ASS from an j canee whatever, or how long standing, thor oaghlr and radically cnreJ also OOUT, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, and other CHRONIC DISEASESotlbtNIRVES, MUS CLES, BOXES and JOINTS; SCROFULA, BLOTCHES on the FACE, ERUPTIONSoa ib LIMBS mat JSOflr, and all other ERUP TIVE DISEASES' ui& DISEASES ot the BLOODf torn wfaever castas' thty tnay have arisen. AT-FLIOTED AND UNFOiVTllN'AfK ! No matter vr hst yonr disease, let no Islse del leacy prevent yon from applying Immediately to Dr. Vellny, who la 'acknowledge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 11 December 1862

- -- 14 paiifiat tfm. TH aMUY If ATIOltaYX. lUCPVBtUCa.it I published trerr morning- (Sundays excepted) by W. J. MtniTioH A Co., ul la furnished to city subscribers (by carrlm) at' 88 casta per montry,. Mail subscribers, $3.60 per 'annnmi 13 for atx months, and tl for three monthe, Invaria bly in advance. Single eoplea, 3 cenU. OUR RBOITI.AR ARMY COTUUCaPOHD. ElfOE. Pram the Eleventh Army Corp. The Troop Anxlout to Mom " On to Richmond" Tht ScotPt WOfVhert art Thti Camp Lmin'mnUrWTiathaibeenAetornpllthed Eftct of tht Emancipation Proclamation. . Okaxtillt, Dec. 10, 1802. Br the dtteof thU letter, too will ace that the Eleventh Army Corpa tiaa not ret Joined In the onward march to Richmond. Itow ranch longer the corpa will remain In itepraent po alUon, I would not dare to etate, eren were It known here. A largo majority of the officer and men are not only readr, bot anxlone to proceed and Join In the wort of redactor the capital or the- ao-callod Confederate Slabs. Cannot yon, Mr. Ed...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 11 December 1862

IV i iJaUomrt pMiian. -Washington, d. c.i THURSDAY; DEC. 11, 1802. WTht Ofllee of the National Republi can Is at Ml Ninth street, between Penn erlranL rnu and D street, (Op Main,) lUMTARY CIUTICISM8. "Oki a bishop, always a bllhop," may be a sound maxim la theology, but It does not fol low thit what was wlte In military tactics year ago, or ell months ago, matt necesssrlly be ao to-day and for all coming time. Theclr cnmatancea of war are constantly changing. An advance upon Richmond In the pleasant montha of the fall la one thing. Au advance amid tno rigor of winter, and with aoldlera absolutely perishing outright with the cold, or sinking helpless under its effects, Is another and altogether different thing. There hare been periods In the history of this war, when, with the actual disposition of our armies, and with the actual temper and tactics ofonrgeuerala, the only question was between advancing iipon Richmond, and doing abso lutely nothing. That is not the case now, when Iho ...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 11 December 1862

t ft: LOCAL NWS.- ImaiHiiiila Gaovta'a TUtH'ttS-Hmut i 'pJoreis of thle beautiful play, ihs popular ntAaimbm i determined to withdraw It. in order to make room for other novelties which ihey have lo preparation for their Yerr numerous i,atrnn.v IVwnlsrht will thf r fore, l positively the It it hut one of lti pre- nuiinuu. auudk moN 01 mui;wT urorer s ex cellent company embraced in the superior caat, we Hiritiiuu me Damn 01 itinars it me venin, Lofty Hough, Iiahel Freeman, flophle Gimher, Mn. Oermon, and Mturi. I. P. Barrett. Dan Setchell, Ben Rogers, Bokee and Clifford. The beautiful scenery bystronr gives 'evidence of Ms superior artlitlc talent, tht sublime musle ar ranged by the irreat Kopplf r, and performed by the best orchestra ever end ed at anjr theatre In thla tty. Is sufficient IA Itself to crowd the spacious theatre every night. We trust that the public, being aware of the fact that but two nights remain for them to witness the H Romance of a Poor Young Man," will not let...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 11 December 1862

1 .1 If. SPECIAL NOTICE DR. M. VKLLNT'8 Prlvat. Hospital, In the I Federal Block, comer of Seventh and F streets, oppoelta the Poet and Patent Offices. Rooms ad 34, np stalra, Washington, D. C. Al iseeeee of a private nature treated In the moat eclentlfle manner, and radical cnrea ef fected la all cut.. SYPHILITIC AFFEC TIONS, OONORRHOJA, OLEET, STRICT. URES, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, or the result of VOLUPTUOUS DREAMS, or any weak BtnetthOENXRATIVEORQANStromnj casta whatever, or how long standing, thor oughly and radically cured) alto OOUT, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, and other CHRONIC DISEASES otlto NERVES, MUS CLES, BONES and JOINTS; SCROFULA, BLOTCHES on the FACE, ERUPTIONS on theXJGWand BODT, and all other ERUP TIVE DISEASES and DISEASES of the BLOOD, from whatever cauu they may hare arista. AVFLIOTED AND UXFORi'UNATK ! Mo matter what your disease, let no false del Icacy prevent yon from applying Immediately to Dr. Tellny, who la acknowledged to bo i.y far the most SUCCESSFUL FIITSICI AN In...

Publication Title: Daily National Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 12 December 1862

k 'J " RATER OP ADVERTIIIKO -J THJO DAILY WA.TIOSAI. MCKJBUOAX It published Tery morning (Sundays excaptsd) by W. J, MutTiOK & Co., and 1 famished to city subscriber (bj; carriers) at 23 rati per month. . , 1U11 nbacrtbers,i3.Mlper nnm,,.J for tlx mon'thi,"ioi It 'for lhra'iBOBtailaTrl MylnadTenc. ---,. --'- Single copies, 3 cents, , i One squsre, three dsys -- $1.00 uqi square, tour aays ,.- - -,i.s Ont square, Are days - ,t - . - t A Ont square, six daya ...,.,., .,..-. 1.7S. -. Krery other day adrertlaementej fifty per cent, additional. .. Once a week adrertlsetnenta charged as new for each Insertion. Eight line or lest constitute square. Aarertlsempnta should be handed In by ulna o'clock p. m. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY,' DECEMBER 12, 1802 ydLrxu- NO. 13. "T mitt f - - - - - , .. , ,, j-UJrrr-ps t-3 trN' '. -'"'" " . - taiaa.s.aeia..eaMasMs.ss.s.awsase.saMss.s.ass,a. mi -''-'-'-a a-i"is - I a tub wn, Fowcnu op tub jov ERNMKHT. In vie of tho Importance of the principles now un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 12 December 1862

t l jgaiwwrt gcjiuMiran'. WAIHINO.TON, D. C.t FRIDAY, f DEC. 12, 1W2. n-Thl Ozne. of the National KennoH. can l t Ml Htnth mtntt, Wwni Pinn. ylrmnla muu and D ilmt, (p Stairs.) TIIJS POIITIOK, Our news by telegraph from Fredericksburg U of the most Interesting character. Ii would appear that Urge portion of our force It over the river, and a battle U expected to-day, that U, If the rebel army, or what l left of It, haa not rnn away dnrlng last night. BRITISH POMCV. In tit dlipatch of the Zd of laat August to Got. Seward, fr. Adame ,1ves na the whole secret of Brltlth policy towarda America In the following few and plain worda i "The a jmpathlea of the higher classes are decidedly enllated In the struggle, not from any particular affection for either aide, far from a longing to ut (As pot II kot never of Iht Unittd Stattt permantntly impairta.1 Brltlth ststee'men hiTe not alwaya avowed thlt motive, althonghthey hare frequently done so. Bat they hare never assigned any other reason fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 12 December 1862

-' v-crajieiftg .' AmuMDituti. Mm Cakolikc RieniNo UtENcriT At Ford's theatre, thli arming when thla deeervltsr ud a romplisbed young prima donna will appear In her favorite character of the "Daughter of the Regi ment." In the opera of that name, a performance which, from lti mllitaiy tendencies, has become highly popularwlth alt classes of our cltlsene and strangers. Thli I very near the completion of the third week of the Richlngs t FonTi theatre, and the public flock aa anxiously to sea them as on the flrat night of their .engagement. We under stand that the ajrand opera of. Satanella " la very near ready for representation. Gaovia's TntATRC To-night the' beautiful dramaJentltled'tne "Romance of a Poor lounsj Man' will be presented for the last time, with all of lta magnificent scenery, musts and effects, em tracing a cast of characters which la not to be equalled on anystage In thli country. The very treat crowda of people who hare attended Ororera rautlful and very fashionable ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 12 December 1862

gPBOIALJNr.TIOE ML M. VKLLNT'B VrlTat. Hospital, lu lb. Federal Block, cormr of Snentb. and V ilmti, oppoalt. th Pott and Patent OOIcm. Rooms and 34, op atalr, Washington, D. C. AH ismm. of a prlvato natnro treated In the moat adentlflcmanner, and radical cures (" fected In aU cases. SYPHILITIC affec tions, oonorrucea, oleet, STRICT- VRKS, SEMINAL WEAKNFSS, or the result of VOLUPTUOUS DREAMS, or any weak neaaof the OENERATIVEOROANStrom any cause whatever, or how long standing, thor oughly and radically cured;t also OOVT, RHEUMATISM, NRURALOIA, and other CHRONIC DISEASES oUYm SERVES, MUS CLES, BOXES and JOISTS, SCROFULA, BLOTClltiS on the FACE, ERUPTIONS on the LIMBS and BOBF, andatl other ERUP TIVE DISEASES and DISEASES or the BLOOD, from vhataer taut ihfy may hart arisen. Al'rLIOVED AND UNrOUl UN'ATK' Mo matter whit your disease, let no false del lcacy prevent you from applying; Immediately to Dr. Vellny, who la acknowledged to be by far the mot! SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN In the treatme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 13 December 1862

a: $Wiiiril jrf jrifctiff K. ; fflii . '-- -r"" 'as DAILY RATIONAL, RKPUBUC-JI, . ia (nbllshad tytrj morning (Sundays excepted) , by W J. Mtmtion A Co., tad la tan-shed to city subscribers (by curlers) at 88 cent, per month. Mill subscribers, $3. SO per annum) 13 for six month, and II for Hum months, Inverts bit In advance. Blnglo copies, 3 ccnu. K RATKI UP ADVasBTlalaTO One square, throe dajs ? rj-y t rll.00 On. square, four days --- 1,35 One square, Are dars ---..-. 1.G0 On.sqnsrs, slrdays i 1. . Vr s 1.75 KTT'othsr laarikdrmlaetneata; tttj per cent. addlUonal I . i ;. Once a wesk ailutUsemenU. charged aa new for each IsaoUoa. , r... Eight llnss or lew constltut. a square Aarrrtlseroenta should be banded In ot nine o'clock p. m.- . t, VOL. III. WASHINGTON, -D. C.,' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 18(52 . NO. 14: ' i ' '" crib I', .tO e aHtir-T j: 3 -f ' ft Xi : , A flapper at Alexandra Daunaa'e A writer In Bcntlcj'sJitttKafip thus describes sapper given by Alexandre Dnmasi "yesterday, at e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily national Republican. — 13 December 1862

gWiotial cjiuHirim. WAinHOTON, D. C.t 8ATUBDAT, DEC. 18,1802. -,,1 n- Th. Oflci of Halloas! BapnVlU coat U srt 611 NLatla Mmlf btw..tt Penn. 7lTala arena ftnd D staro.!, (Up stairs.) THE POIITIOS. At this f ratal writing, we hiTe so later dis patch from Fredericksburg tban the ana dtlcS . at 10 o'clock yesterday forenoon. We majr jet something later before we go to press.' The felt of the men, about one hundred In nnmbex, who, volunteering for that purpote, 'croned oyer from Falmouth In boati on Thurs day, and successfully dislodged the rebel! from their rifle pita, capturing a number equal to their own, it among the moat daring and Im portant explolta of the war. Hit not to be doubted that the President will reward these gallant heroes with all the promotion which the stage of the service permit.' lie cannot go oo far In that direction. The rebels teem to hare made Terr little use of their artillery, to prevent the crossing of the river, teeming rather to rely upon their rlfieracn ...

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