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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 October 1861

A-, i irmM-Tr,nninrriiffc.iarJH,-." -)- EpttMxrati. VOL. I. WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1861. NO. 268. w'sfT IfofatM P NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, WAITINQ FOR HER LOVER. Bvory evo when I'm returning From the labors of tho day, A I pass h lonely totlaga That la falling to deoay, I behold a patient woman Through the little window pane. Looking with an air expectant Down tbo narrow, grassy lane. White as enow her scanty tressos, Wrlnklos on her thoughtful brow, And her oheeks are furrowod deeply With the lines that Time can plow. Soventy wlntors, long and dreary, From their hoavy clouds have shod Flakes of never obnnging whltoneaa On the patient woman's head. Fifty years ago her lover Stood beside her In the lane, Saying, as tboy parted," Hannah, Sunday night I'll come again; Lot me see you at tho window As I hasten up the lane God be with you, dear ; remember, Sunday night I'll oomo again." Dut bofore that precious evening, Sweoter to that maiden's mind Than a bed of early violets Kiss...

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. — 9 October 1861

1,1 i -j .- .- L ;1 1' n mi mi - ' - M1T0NAL REPUBLICAN, rubllshel Daily, Sundays Excepted, a' W. .1- MUUTAUH Cc "O. Gtn, 31. Weiton. ICdllor, as- The publication o!3co of t"ie JVcltonn. JtantMicar. 'a fit tha northeast corner cf D and Gevamu Btroet, nocoiul Poor, ovf r 'V. r S'.cp herd's liters. F.ntnvnoo onSeveriii on '. Wednesday, October 0. W$l. jr9-Hcmllti "InMeron etfrj- imixc.feU A'llK UCIUOMll SI. Wt . IATI. ,. It wa- frequently aid. Ir ' Pfs i th, Southern Confederacy of ev n i-i.. isoi'itl nally constituted, thai wit' ; i pulatli r. ol five millions, it exceeded. . i ai'Mtvi una u hull, the papulation of tli ... .01 in f.i the dale of Ibo Pec!nrali . ; md.-pcridcij." I , and thai Id the other n il ter-Iu.j I wealth, and resource, it c. uiard favoii.'. ! with the whole natloi - c omrupncenier' of our separate exlstp-'r - .. i . Thattnitof stateme.it is plausible. ' ' i ill not boar joy tery close ex iroinntlon. For U pHrpo" of internal self-government one million of lr.bib....

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 October 1861

fc. WiHiyJ wwwqwng ijm''twtfVwMnitffl'Mftarar,iftt -"""'"T t: v r-ri"" "i ii''V''.j (; .71IT'! tit l f ' Jm - - - --ifi ae ii. !.B LOCAL NEWS. To Atlrertlaers ' Neaily tun thousand coploa m 'lit ffVj il it"in arc circuited among the floulini; popnl i tlon every dav-,boldc thol&rge mint tir hoi td to regutAr uborlbor. Adverser will take note accordingly. Levy C'oalt. Ni lovy court met on Monday, at tlie Cllj Hull when nil the members) exront Hilars. C irbnrry and Myor, woro nreient. Mi. Bonron presented tbo ucoountof Dr.J. M. Toner, fur medical aervloos, which w.is I ild on the tiblo. , Tho oli.ilr laid before the court a communi cation li m tho treasuror, ft:Ulo;; tb.it s nco the lust mooting he bad Isauod fort) vx lironcci) t peddle in the county. A ooiamunloatlon wan rocolvtd from tho Sit porlntendjnt rf the Motropnlllan Pollco, iia'cha that provision be mido for atntion-houses f r tho pollco In tho ciunty. On motion, the lum of 250 whs Appropriated for thurcntof sulta Me phic...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 October 1861

1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, w.- FLOYD'S AllMT. The correspondent of tbo Cincinnati QattUt has overhauled the papers left by Floyd In hit hasty retreat from Carnlfex Furry. W give tome of the result : FLOTD'd TBCNX. Seated In tbo late headquarters of Brigadier Qeneral Floyd, commanding the rebel armies of the Kanawha, having just witnessed the opening and examining of bis trunk and bis Important papers, I know not what better I can do than, from this most congenial f pot, send forth to the publlo two or three choice spesi. mens of rebel literature. There aro Important documents horo muster rolls, rebel corres pondence with Northern men, private, dis patches from tho " Confederate Government," estimates of tho strength of various robel arm ies and the like, but one who hai more business with them is engaged In their examination, nd, for the present, I can only turn ti the or namental branches of rebel literary effort. In the same tent In which I wrlto, ou this 11th of September, exactly tw...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 October 1861

Hi TVu mi ...Lium M'Tiwiii Mliruimiiii " "r "t i;7'uir irri'mmr" Ifotkttttl WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1861. VOL. I. NO. 269. - - i. -...- i- .-- . - .- . " wl a ii VJ NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, From tbe Dubuque Times. A, PATRIOT HYMN. DT J. E. BANBORie, X. D. nod of the freol to Thee we raise Tbe anthem of a Nation's praise ; Thou wast, of old, our father's friend, To ui, their sons, Thy blessing seud. To Tbeo, on eaoh successtvo d.iy, Millions of patriot volcoa pri'y That this, our native land, may be Tbe eternal homestead of tbo free ! By memories of our martyr sires, By our own housohnld hearths and Arcs, wo here, on Freedom's altar, now Renew our hollost patriot vow. Woe to eaoh arm that alms. In strife, A blow against our country's lire ; A myriad bands shall swoep In wrath Each gathering foe from out our path. Flag of our hearts I Whose starry glow Strikes terror to tho flying too, Thy gorgeous folds shall over wavo, The ensign of the free and bravo. While rolls tho earth, o...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 October 1861

W JZ. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, PnblWiKl Dnilr, Sundaji'Biecpted LJY W .J MUKTAtiH CO. (lea. M. Weiton. ltdltor. 46 The publication offlco of ths A'alior.ji &3uMiin la at the northeast corner of D and seventh street, seoond floor, over W. I). Sbep Lard's Hi re. Entrance on Beventh street. -- -I. Thnrsday, October 10, 1861. Mf lUatdlag Hatter m every pstge.-S THUS PATK1TT OFK1CK. How far the principle of requiring so benell cent a branch of the Government service as the Patent Office to defray all Its own expenses accords with sound policy and the popular will, we shall not at present Inquire, but shall as sume that neither principle nor policy can de mand of it more than this ; and, f Hither, that in exacting this, justice calls Tor the exercise oi the utmost discretion and the most rigid economy. The public welfare Is its primary object; the protection of inventors, however equitable, Is but an Incident, yet an incident essential to the primary aim. At present, this office Is labori...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 October 1861

rrtwWllWWwl .hun.-..- .i utihxjy. ii.i wiw iol3 wag T?a- sstsunnvZi ,11 l; LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers. Nearly tin thoiisxnd copies or tho Itiub Hcan are oiroulated among the fl.'ur Inp popula Hon overy day,belditliUrge niimbersorvod to regular subscribers. Adverlltiera wilt take note aooordlngly. The" Contempt" Case Important Dec I slot. Drlgadler General Graham appeared before Judge Morrlok, of tho Clroult Court, ut noui y esterday, In obedience to the ruling that he should appear nnd answer the chargo of con tompt of court, In detaining the minor, Jem mlab Lyons, In the camp of tho twouty-lhlrd Pennsylvania regiment, whose discharge had been ordere 1 by the court alter a hearing on a writ of habeas corpus. District At ornoy Car rlngton and Lieut. Col. Cross, of the Long Island roglmont, appeared In behalf of the de fendant. The District Attorney first read an aflldivlt of (ion. Graham, setting forth, substantially, that no doflanco or dlsrcspeot had been In tended the oourt In the...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 October 1861

V--. 'wr-r NATIONAL, jREgOBLICAM. UaMBlltr tne Military The New York-rreponiIent ot tM-B Mon .Port sends tbe following lo that paper : Vague chargnt-egnlnst the harplos who few! and fatten at the expense or our volunteers have become so common that nnless Individ ualized and partlcularlied, tho " loved nno at home" have begun to count them either my h ical or manufactured for a purpose by pfn.es Interef'd in deceiving the public BntI I) v i lately put my linger on one of theso fleas ntul will hold him thore until your readers can Mko a look at him and etan hli modus rptramll. Hat be deserve a special paragraph In '' Fin ill cops." In Ool. ' regiment of volunteer, there in a certain captain who baa been systenntlc nlly plundering hli commind and the win le regiment, hy various schemes which It wouM be an abnie of English to call swindles. ri.I miscreant was In a store In this clly If t f k. and boastlngly stated, In the presence of w't nesses within my reach, that he made sn.nl' hund...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 October 1861

aatta3fT att0ual V. VOL. I. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1861. NO. 270. i I I i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Annum. Tbero Is a boaullful spirit breathing now Its mellow rlohoesa on tlie olaster'd trees, .And, from a beaker full ofrloliest dyes, Pouriog new glory on tho HUlumn woods, And dipping In warm light tho plllar'd clouds. Horn, on tho mountain, lite a summer bird, lilfts up lior purple wing; and In the vales The gontlo wind a sweet and passlonato wpoer; Kisses tho blushing leaf, and stirs up life Within tho solomn woods of ash doop orlmson'd, And silver beech, and maple yellow-leared, Where Autumn, lila n faint old man, sits down By mo way-siae u weary. MOBNINQ AND EVENING, nv Jonn a. watt. Wbon first the glorious god of day Flings wtdo his orient gatos of gold, And striding on bis kingly way, Dlds earth her varied charms unfold; When flowcr-oups brim with fairy wine. And dew-pearls oatoh a ruddy glow, And song-birds wako tliolr notos dlvlno, And balmy breezes softly blow Mead, wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 October 1861

! I NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. HY Published Daily, Sunday. Bieepted, W. .T MUKTAQH IB -!- Ueo. M. WestoHi Kdltor. tr The publication office of the JVaiionat KonuMuxin l ' the nortboaat corner of D and ?ovcnlh atroet, eeoond floor, over W. D. Bhep hrl' (tore. Entrance on Seventh street. - I 1 - - Friday, October II, 1861. T Heading Waller on srrerjr pnge.- THE WEEKLY HATIOHAL REPUBLICAN. Today, another valuable and Interesting number of tho Weeldy National Republican -tmbUsbeu, and maybe had nt our counter, with or without wrappers. This is a large and beau tlfully printed paper, without advertisements, ,.n.i mi-,1 with a orroat variety of choice read- log raster, sultablo for the camp or the parlor. MISSOURI. The advance of Gen. Trice to Lexington, was, under tho circumstances, only a very rnb foraging Incursion, of which tho folly was cov ered bv his accidental good luck In capturing l,eiugtn. lie never had anything near the which the larger reports assigneu 10 FROM THE GRAND ARMY. ALL Q...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 October 1861

Ticsrxi.i; LOCAL NEWS. To Adrertlier. Nearly ten thouiand oople of the .Repub lican are clroulated among the floating populft. tlon every day.beildesthelargennmberaorvoil to regular aubaorlbora. Advertisers will take note accordingly. V 1' ThePreeuTterjrof thaDietrletof Colnm- ulss, (N. H. Presbyterian.) This pronbytery held It, regular full tension In the Aesembly'i Church, corner of I and Fifth stroots. Reverond Mr. Dunning, of Baltimore, proached n highly Interesting and Instruollvo eermon, on the dutloi we owe to the Church and the State, from the toxt: "Rendor unto Cresar the things whloh are Gsoiar'a, and to Uod the things that are God's." He very clear ly and forcibly presented the obligations Chris tlan men are under to render obedience to " the powers that be," and to be oonsolonclous ly faithful to the government. He repudiated tno notion that religion has nothing to do with politic or government, and argued, that to the prevalence of this opinion was owing, In n gre.it me...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 October 1861

mmusmaf. "ESSSP4 rirt""l"r TT-.?. wfjmn .." a-, "i I't M I ! :l RATIONAL REPUBLICAN, TVAItLIKB VttT. Most of the secessionists say there Isn't any U. S. Government. Those of them in Fort Lafayette llilnk thoro Is. Ttma Pr.ull0a. A correspondent says that tbo editor or the 1'rouian "scouts truth and patriotism." Yes, that edltorgoesiipotisuchsooutlng expeditions frequently. It termj absurd to swear a bitter secessionist not to be guilty of disloyalty. You might as well swear a mad dog not to bite. lie who beads an army for the Invasion of his own State, should be beheaded. From Vanllj Fair. Not Impossible. Another fort taken may be the Macon of us. Good for tho Western crops. Tho fall of llnins in Missouri. The real version of L. L. 0. Russell'ii letters. l'ervcrston. Hint for MugolHu. The best expounders of peace doctrines for Kentucky Gen. Grant's x pounders. A prollSo matron. For the Union, Virginia claims to bo the mother of Presidents. For disunion, V. F. Is willing to admit tha...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 October 1861

) M " atitfiud lipttblxrati. ri:,.i J 1,1 ', " I VOL. I. WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1861. NO. 271. F 15 Ni It I: !; il NATIONAL REPUBLICAN,! OFFICIAL. By tht Praiiltnl of tht United Statts of America. A ritOCIiASIATION. WutREis A Troaty of Amity, Commeroo, nn i Navigation, and far the surrender of fugitive criminals, between the UnltodBtatesofAmorlc.t and tho Republlo of VenozauU, was concluded and slgnod at Ctraciu, on tbo twenty-seventh day of August, one thousand eight hundred iu d sixty, whloh Treaty la word for word as fol lows: The United States of America and the Repub lic of Venoiuela, equally animated with the do sire of maintaining tho cordial relations, and of tightening, If possible, tho bonds of friend ship between tho two countries, as well as to augment, by all the means lit their dlipos.il, the commercial Interoourso if their rcspoctWo citizens, have mutually rosolved to concludo a general convention or amity, commorce, and navigation, and for tho surrender of...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 October 1861

mtmm.fi .,t)uv Ifitlt .iUWBUJaPI sz: wgg3 MmmvovnaA-j V(rt'.T-vu--t ,, t-,rV -J i'xirurri.,. -SltiJ.,.". ' n'iijji'jrt. .J-iJt!SV1ii&ii'" i PN '! I ' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Dally, Sundays EiKpted, I1Y W. J MUKTAOH A OO. i i Oeo. M. Western. Kdlter. j- The publication offloe of the A'alwiial Hi-rublH-an la at tho northeast corner of D and r vsnth street, seoond floor, over W. D. Shop h,.rd' "tore. Entrance on Seventh afreet. Saturday, October 12, 1861. tr lUeedlng Matter on every piige.-. CONFISCATION AT THE SOUTH. Publio attention has been called to the leiris lation of the Confederate Congress confiscating property, by the recntly published Instruo lions for carrying the same Into practical effrct lisueel by the Confederate Attorney General, Mr. Benjiinln, late United States Senator from Louisiana, and which will be found In another column. This legislation applies to many species ol property, real, personal and mixed, to lands. lnvs, bank, railroad, and Insurance stock...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 October 1861

ntfff i M iHIIHMllntiii ,11 i; LUUAL 1JMVP. To AdTrtHH. Nanrly iim thousand ooplea of iha Repvb lican are olroulated among the fliiitlng rinpula Hon srnry day,besldet thelargo number served to regular subscribers. Advertisers will tke note accordingly. rrm!ttonofHllTr Plate to Hon. John F. Fatten fh Wisconsin friends of this gentlemen, now resldlDgtemporarlly, orpermnuently, In Wasli. Ington, gave hlra a supper on Wednesday even ing, at Clay's Hotel, at which they pro-iniilcil him with a beautiful silver pitcher, goblets, and salver. The presentation was nude on behalf of tho gentlemen who united In the tes timonial, byHr.Holdon, of the Blxth And tor's offlce, In the following tormv. Sir: Tho gentlemen here present have de puted me the honor of tendering you, on this eccaslon, an expression of their appreciation of your publlo services. .They, have deemod the present occasion to be not only appropri ate, but thatlt demand of them some word of E raise and oommendatlnn In your behalf....

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 October 1861

!i i i i ( i i ' ' ''i : II 'i i I NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. A Lamm' Tuiucisti Bath A lady wrllcr In tho new number of the & Janus Mawint tbtis describes her bath at Stainboul: " Tho accord room was filled with hot air to a degree which, to me, was niot oppressive; And several I tnes I dinned my feet into tho little channels l steaming water which Inlersteted the floor, and which were so heated that I ehrank from the contact. I was still, however, as I soon dls coi ered, onljr In a transition state: for I had yet to enter and traverse the great bathing-place df the establishment, an extensivo octagonal hall, containing eight fountains, where all who do not care or cannot alTord to pay for a seiv rule apartment, avail themselves as best they may ol their opportunities of appropriating I hem Whcnlnt length reached it, the first Tew Instants were positively bewildering, "lh denso heavy sulphur-laden atmosphere, which completely checked my breathing and almut riilTocated me the shrill, d...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 October 1861

Wf i. V1 VOL. I. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN.! Foi lti fill, ml It.paUlmn. to Tiiraa TiroKi.vxx. UV E KOllUAN Ol'hMSON. W.iko, froomen oftho fcloiloui North, And 'noath your biinnor1" rmly j Tho tlmo bHSconin to mustor forth From over bill and viilloy, llownontho Irnlt r focnun (.weep, Tor right, not might, coMeo'ln-; Chnr'o (inoscli brliiling Mil :md stcip, Tho sturm ol bultlo broastlng. What tliotte.li your blood hlinuM ataln tiol.in Vour fathers stalnod boforo you, Sj that yo sleep on freedom's Htrnnd, Our slurry bruiner o'or you. Far hotter 'twould ho liuio to eleep, la freedom's own dominion, Tli ui llvo our crmntry'd Miarno to wcop, Tin Houlhron's down-trod minion, tho sro.it Northwest la routing up, A isliinl lu Its waking, To brim with terror trcHhon'j cup, lis kIii hound oolumnd breaking; Tho North Is urinliii; for tho fight, To trlko for honiound h nor, And wlillo she b-itlles f.i- the rinht, God's bleailng real up.vi hor. Disunion's hand Bhiill novor bint One Htiir from off our b...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 October 1861

i; i iM- ! I ' W !! II u I) l" if t i ! f! ll j: NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Tubliihed Daily, Sniida). Eiwpltd, RY W. J MUBTAOII A CO. Oeo. HI. We Kdllor. tr The publication office of the National faaMican i t the northeast corner of D and "f vrntb street, second floor, over W. D. Shep. Wt's store. Entrance on Seventh street. .Monday, October 14, 1861, r Hemline Matter on every puge.-gt. rjKTTEH. LATE THAN NKVKH TI1K NATIONAL, lNTRLLIGKNqKU. The Intelligencer of Ut Friday, at the end of leven months from the commencomfnt of the lucent rebellion, announces the discoveries that the men concerned In It were deluded into the Idea that a separation from theUnlon might lu peaceably effected ; that this delusion lia been a leading cause of their conduct; and that, i'i Inct, they would never have undertaken tlHr present enleiprlsell they had foreseen ihat it would havo been fallowed by the civil war which Is now actually raging. Tho Intelligencer says: ' Recession having been proclaimed to be 'a -...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 October 1861

Mill1 i . ' LOCAL NEWS. To Adrertlaers. Nsttrly te thousand, copies of the Repub lican are circulated among the floating popula tion every dfiy,besldestlzelargoizumberBerTf'l to regular subscribers. Advertisers; will take note accordingly. Inquest. Coroner Woodward, on Saturday morning, summoned n Jury of Inquest on the body of Mrs. Margaret Norrls, who was murdered by hor husband, on tho previous aftornoon, on Third stroot, bstwecn F and 0 streets soulh. Tho olrounutnncesof tho murder, as elicited by tbe evldonco, were as follows t Norrls and his wife, who resided In tho house with Mrs Cahlll, had been living unh ipplly togother for Home time past. On Frldny evening, Mrs. Ua hlll went to a nelgboorlng storo, leaving Mrs. Norrls sitting on tho floor, In her room, by hor golf. Whon she returned, Norrls was In thn room( and tho body of Mrs. Norrls was lying on the floor, Uo.ul or dying, with the blood run ntng from hor faco. Norrls, In answer as to how sho was hurt, said that sho had ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 October 1861

I !' - l i n: i'i "i I'! ii. t. I! I 111' ! I ' '5 i i ' ii i I! if l It l ,i ;!' i! f NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THE 1TVI.VCK OrWiMs'H SWEETHEART. It his boco rumored that the Enffllsh Court recently sought th hand of a Danish I rlncess fortho Prlncoof Wales. Tho young lady thai spoken of Is the daughter of Prince Christian, orSchloswIff-Holstuln-Souderburg-Glncltsburg, iu.1 1. In hr IBIh year. -She Is said to be very hpaiitlful. and the mostacoompllshed princess In Fnrow. Prince Christian It Is who, In 1853, was declared heir lu tho Danish Ibronc, tho ' rre-ent king being childless; and this may ac count for tho extreme dissatisfaction manifested by tho English Government at tho recent ma nirtivres of tho King of Sweden to obtain the nicceioa to tho 'crown of Denmark. It will be remembered that his Swedish Majesty was pointedly slighted a month or two ago, while on n vHt to England. NAIIrt-KON's I.KTTWM NOT NAroLKON's MCTTKRS. The letters from America to tho Opinion Na tional, It Is sai...

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