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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 October 1861

rT- SBSMKSH" gffi'WB'.L" 'I l"llllii'!"a'lj ilL'tWliKL',.!,' 1 1 unburn i ii) MimnirMHMiii mil wA- t SsassWst ,t$ubiim ...n . -.'in '! 5 VOL. I. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1861. NO. 273. mAioml NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. LATE rilOH RICHMOND. We make the following selections from tbn Richmond Dispatch of October 10: A TERRIBLE NIGHT. FROM TIIK NUItTHWKST OOLONKL aiLHAM'H COM HAND. We Muled yesterday that an unpleasant ni mor from Col. Gllham'i regiment, in North western Virginia, wan not credited by the an thorities in this city. We have sloce received a statement of the facts, gathered from a prl ta'e letter written by Quartermaster J. R. Mounlcastie, of company F, and deem It out duty to lay it before tho public. The letter Ik dated Gamp on Elk Mountain, Ootobor 3d. Six days previous to that time, when the regi ment was encamped on Middle Mountain, (in the western part of Pocahontas county, near the Randolph line,) an order to retreat was issued, though from what cause Is not defin...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 October 1861

. II li NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Dailv, Snndnjs Eittpled UY VV. .r MIIH'I'AdH it ()() 0a. .11. W.lon. hilltor. a- Tlie publication iiMcb of the A'altoni UmnlJican M .it the northeast oornet iif I) hi enth street, second floor, over W. I). Shep rrl'n '. Kntrancn on Seventh street. Tuesday, October 15, 1861. af Heading Xtlln on every page.-S TIIK SOUTH tOUN COVKHnKIlACV NA TUltAl. UOD.D,VHlE1. In writing upon this subject a few days sine", we pointed ou the oondderatlons which rendered It certiln that the rebal leaders davit contemplated anything else than a Confederal v embracing all the (lav.) States, that no m-l Confederacy limited to the Gulf States afford, d any sufflcient guarantees of a secure national ity, a id ihnt the content for the border slave Stales really include the whole subject In cou trovorsy. We have since seen an article in tU Itlchmond firTmlner, confirming these views nil point'. The Kramintr says tint the uatural boundarj 1 the Southern Conlederacy la the...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 October 1861

r LOCAL NEWS. To AdrortlMirs Ntarlf tkn thousand oople-i of thn Kcjrub llcan are circulated among the fl'utlng pupiil tlon every day,beildeithelarge numbers-im-d to regular subscriber!. Advertisers will ' ike note aooordinglj. CITY COUNCILS. Boird or ALDtRXi. The Board mt at tti uaual hour, and, In the abaenoe of the I'rf-sldont, was called lo onlor bjr Mr. Mooro, the Vice 'resident. Present all the member! oceit Messri-. I) ivo, Drown, and Wendell. Mr. Moots, from the Committee on Iinprovo. merits, to whom was referred the bill In rela tion to administering an oath to the employe) a of the Corporation, reported the bill back, with n recommendation that the amendment of the lower Board be non-ooncurred In, whloh report wasaKrnPdtn. The amendmentwhlch rniinul Hgrocd to provided for requesting tlio em ployee:) to take the oath, Instead of making it obligatory on them. Mr. Semmes, from the Claims Committee, ro ported adversely to the petition of Maurlco It cer, praying for the remissio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 October 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, An Origin! Zouave Letter. The following Is worthy lh" pen of Ibe origi nal Doctloks, and Is a prelly good " take off " on telegraphic report: I've lut returned from witnessing one of the most mournrul sights that ever made a mvi feel us though he hd been peeling Unions all the week and grating horso radish on Sunday. It was I'"! dying scene of one of the Pet Lnmmf's ilonn nt Alexandria, and as one) if Fire's chips remarked, It was enough to rnakd the eye of a darning needle weep. Jim was the namo of the sufferer If he ever had any other It had slipped his memrry though his affectionate relatives sometimes called him " Shorty." He was ont on picket guard when the Southern Confederacy attempted to past him. He challenged the Intruder, and called to his comrades for help, but beiore the latter arrived, the Southern Confed racy drew masked battery from his pocket, and Bred six hnnvy balls through the head ol the unrortu natu Zouave, nearly fracturing his skull, an I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 October 1861

V' - --im.vv. . (i f ' - t . . ?,.. H l-UrLYl '" . . atiwral UpMir&u. WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1861. VOL. I. NO. 274. CVf NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. BRILLIANTS- OROWINO DiBX. The lizard, with hla mouse-like eyes, Peops Irom the mortice with surprise At such strange quiet after day's harsh din; Then ventures boldly out, And Ionics about. And with his hollow feet Treads his small evening beat, Darting upon his prey Insuoh a tricksy, winsome sort of way, Ills delicate marauding seoms no sin. And still tlio curtain) swing But noiselessly; The bells a melancholy murmur ring, As tears were In the sky; lloro heavily the shadows fall, Like tho black foldings of a pall, Where juts tho root-beam from tlio wall; The candles flare With fresher gusts bf air; The boetle's drone Turns to a dirge like solitary moan; Night deepens, and I sit, in cheerless doubt, alone, Emily Jddsox. uidnioiit All things aro calm and fair and passive. K.irth Looks as If lull'd upon an angel's lap Into a breat...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 October 1861

B NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Published Daily, Snodayi Bxeepttd, 11 Y W. J- MOKTAUH A OC 00. M. Weiton. Kdltor. r HtT The publication offlta of the JVationoi Republican li at the northeast corner of D and Seventh atreet, eeoond Boor, oyer W. D. Bhep herd's atore. Entranoe an Seventh' street. Wednesday, October 19, 18l. j- Keadlas Matter on every pnae.-C TUB SITUATION. The Richmond papers say, la dlsparageme it of General UcClellan'a abilities as a military man, that after his success In Western Virginia, be might have advanced Into the Vailt-y ol Virginia, and have captnred Staunton, w.ih out meeting resistance. If General McClellan had been matter of bis own actions In tut particular, this criticism might be well made, bnt It Is known that be personally deilred to advance to Staunton, bnt 'was restrained by orders from headquarters here, Issued In rrf ereDce to the general plan of the campalg i. From Western Virginia we have recent re ports" of a (harp fight (the third reported) at Cbapma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 October 1861

LOCAL NEWS. To Adrartlsere. Naarlr m thousand OOdIcs of the fl(Vlib !liV7n f nlrnnlalnd amOSf the fUiallnZ HCHUU .Honorary day, besides thelargetiuiribersrrvcd to regular aubsoriberf. AdTtnisers win tat'; note accordingly. A New Weapon af Destruction, Wa bad nn Monday last the Dloas'urn of In. spectlng n breeoh-loadlng gun, or, rather, series of guns, wliloh la on exhibition In thia city, by Mr. w. 1(. Morns, ui uiDuiunau, umo. Thin death doHllni BDDaratai aonslsts of a aeries of twelve rifled barrels, on a oyllnder, mnnntnd on an ordinary sun-carries. At the Joroech of the barrels la a wrought Iron shield, turee-cigMiis or an inon in micKness, wnion covers the machinery by whtoh the barrels are loaded, revolved to the proper place, dis charged, and swabbed out. The maohlnory la very simple, and la turned by a orank lit the side of the gun by one person, while on the other s'de another Inserts the cartridges- As the crank la turned, two pistons, worked by a cam. ram the cartridge In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 October 1861

TT USS NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. fCumimtel.-e'M I I Veterinary Siirgront Tor Our Arm-. IlmroiM tiK HrrcDMCAN! I hope you will cull attention ti the entlnseil Mlggestlnns, and oMtae ono wlws kindly feellngf art allko un listed tor tho cause and welfare of tbe noble i,ntmi who bear that Important arm of nit arm; cavalry- Into the thickest of tbe fight, and win. oy ineir luirt- pinny uuu. courage), us well - I ni' oi metr nuers, mat rigoi, wnicn tli'y .r now denied, of medical attendance, t ieti-r to the horses. Would It not be tin advisable and economl cil plan tor our Government to appoint a vet erinary pnrftron and one assistant to each reg' ment of eavalrv ? In Europe, a regiment of cavalry would lie considered Incomplete without a veterinary surgeon nml an assistant; ana it t certainly a repnncu mat, wun me nntnuer oi nor vs now engnci'd in our army, for cavalry purposes, there should im no otner provision mauuini ura rnnifort than that of larner wmen mi-uu-lilaeksmilh-who, knowing not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 October 1861

gaammwtaambiPgg HbMotwwBm ft i it 4 VOL. I. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1861. NO. 275. .. i ' , . . . i ,i" " , . NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, A THANKSGIVING SERMON, Ptohdon occasion of tho Victory erfHanaaaae, JnlT 21ft. 1881. In the Preibytirlan Church, D., Paitor. " The Lord Urar etrsngthandmy song, and lie Ij become mr salvation: llo It inr Ucd, and I will lre rite lllm a habitation; mr father's Ood, and I will exalt Him. Th Lord is a man of war the Lord is nil nam)." Exodus xy, 3, 3. Oa receiving official intelligence of our re cent victory at Jianastas.Uie Oongrciu of tbejo Confederate States uaan'mouily "Rtsclvtd, That we recognlzo the Most High God, the Ring of King and Lord of Lords,in the glorious vfctory with which Ha has crowned onr arms at Manassas, and that ,tha .people of the Confederate States are Invited, by .appro priate services oil tbo ensuing Sabbath, to offer np their united thanksgiving and praise for this mighty deliverance." In the first published official acc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 October 1861

NATIONAL JtEPUBLICM- jp PublihKl Daily, Snndijri Excepted, BY W. .1 MUHTAOH 4 CO. Ueo. M. Weston. Kdltor. tf The publication office oftho iVafiomii ;.hWcoth la at the northoast dorner of D and foovenlu street, seoond flobc, 3W W.D. Shep herd's store. Entranoe en Beventh street. ' Thursday, October 17, 1861. 97-Heading Matter ou every page.a. $sr Mr. Euseoll, the London Times corre t (.'pomlcut, says, in one of his. recent letters : 'The Black Republican's, somehow or other, nri not considered 'genteel.' They are note.1 a unfashionable and low, and ft Is odd enough In tee men who are tobacco, sugar, and rlci planters, swelling with' Indignation at the Idea of being ruled by a set of hungry lawyers and politician!, sprung from the very lowest condi tion in society. Inn monarchy one might com prohend this extreme disgust, but It seems out uf place here. However, though the law does not create or define them, there are strong and broad limits between the different classes In society, wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 October 1861

iiraiuajcsnnirTtivmtlt.'ia'aBM UteJ mtgC XOCAL'iJEViSr To Advertisers. "- , Nearly Tin thouaand copies flf tho Repub lican are clrculaUd among the floating papula tion every day.besidei thelarge number served to regular subscribes. Advertisers will lake note Accordingly. . Fnneial of General Jor.cs. Tho funeral of Major General Walter Jones took place from the reildenoe of Dr. Thpmus Miller yesterday aftornoon, and was attended hythe rnemboraof the bar, many officers of the District military, and a large number of friends and relatives. Among others present, were Lieutenant Ueneral 8colt,.Oenerala George 0. Thomas. Fetor P. Baoon, Joseph II. BrBUIeyj and W. Illokoy, the field offloers of nearly all tho militia regiments, and tb offloers of the third and fourth regiment In body. i The sorvloes, which were of the most impres sive character, were oondneted by the Key. It II. Gurley, assisted by the'Rev. Dr. PInofcney, of the Church of the Ascension. i The pall-bearers wero Judge Dunlop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 October 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. REBEL POETRY." I From th Rlthmoad Disp aloh CAHHOlMOXQo rot in Tztaaixa. .v Aba! a Song! forjhe trumpet's tongue I Fur the bugle to sing, before ua, When our gleaming gum, Ilka clarions. Shall thunder in battle chorus! CTionw. With the cannon's Dash and the cannon's oruh, With the cannon's roar and rattle ; Let Freedom's sons, with thalr shouting guns, Go down to tbelr country's battle. Where the rifles ring; whoro the bullets slog; Where the black bombs whistle o'er us, With rolling wheel and rattling peat We'll thunder In battle chorus ! With the cannon's flash, eto. Yon brassy throats shall learn the notes Whiob. make old tyrants quiver, "Till the war Is won or osoh Torrell gun Grows cold with our hearts forever ! With the cannon's flash, eto. Where tho laurel waves o'er our brothers' graves, Who haegono to tholr rest boforo us; Here's n requiem shall sound Tor thom And thundor In battle chorus. With tho cannon's flash, eto. By the light that lies in our Sout...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 October 1861

raff.ffSB.BBBH tsV y..--r..JXw, , ...,..,.... ,.,..,;,.....,..ll..,.,.-., 'Ijjl .--........w.li, If- T ,..-,..., - ,i . i " a v. vMt'A44'.vi', TV " ml Wit w V I ?' 'nuamMMmn;. '.(.''i , tfi MoW I " ' V, I .s,- r jtt .trfij t It e WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1861. VOL. I. N(0. 276" 1 1 I I I II 1171 I 111 III II II I t II ' ' ' ' M I . 1 . NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. A THJUTK6GlVI!fl SERMON, reached on occasion of the Victory of Manassas, jmy visr-iooi, in ine jprebytnan unurju, Norfolk, ft., far Rev. GEO i D. AJLMSTBOHO,! g u, v ., riswrt ii ft 1 The Lord Ii my strength Bad my son's;', and JJe Is ecome my Miration: He la my uoa, ana a wni pre. Sre mm a naoirauon; nr moors www, " altUlm. The Lord la amen of war: the Lord 1 lis name." Exodcb xv, 2,'S. (COXCUJI)Kn.) r V. God, in hid providence, when men oppose : Tim. itlrrmnti lWmiulnpM'nf tho Wnshlnir- bV man nfW man frfcm the fore ton of the Onm- Ion, Government, oiir dlvldfjil peopto uedamo 1 berland, imi-t have beon tho clay ,bank thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 October 1861

r. i si. in i. 1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pnbliihed Daily, Sundays Eicepted, 11 Y W. J MOKTAOH & CO. ... It ifro. M. WnWii Kdlior. tr The publication offlee-of tha National .RepuWiciin li lit the northeast oorner of D and Seventh straet, seaSli floyKo'yer, W. D. Shep herd's store. Entrance on Seventh street. Friday, Oct W 18, I8l. W Keadlaaj JIatter (retry page.-C THE WEEKLY HATIOHAi RKFTJBLICAN. The Weekly, ApuMUxm of to-day ta more than ordinarily interesting. One or IU main features Is1 n Beoe! Muf itay Sermon, preached In Norfolk, In ' gtorlBcatlon of tba Bull Ran victory. It wai printed and circulated among the rebel troopi, and the Northern prlionort In Richmond were alto supplied with copies ol It. Mr. Kernpll, late a prisoner In Richmond, brought it with him, secreted In hit boot. It alo coatalSi the current war news of the week from all the points of interest ; the Fre mont and Blair affair ; the Confederate Con mention Act ; late and Interesting news from Richmond and othe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 October 1861

gmurft!imBwzrnvmm imnaamw LOCAL NEWS. Te AttTerIer. Nearly ten thouund coplea of the Itepiib llcan are olroulated among the floating popiila Uon every day,besldeithlarg number served to regular subeorlbern. Advertisers will take note accordingly. Special Meeting of the City Councils Illehard Wallach Re-elected Mayor. The special joint meeting of the City Coun cils, for the elootlon of a Mayor In the place of James O. Berrett, resigned, took plaoe yester day afternoon In the Aldermen' Chamber. W, T. Dove, Esq., President of tho Board of Alder ,men, called the meeting l order, and moved that Z. Richards, Esq., Presldont of the Board of Common Council, preside oor the meeting; whloh motion w.is adopted, and 11t. Richards took the chair. On motion of Mr. Brown, the Seorelaryof the Board of Aldermen wai chosen to aotas Sec retary of this meeting. The roll wns thon cariod, and Messr. Bjhrer, Broadhead. and Wendell, of the Board of Alder men, and Meairs. Emerson, Grinder, and Mor gan, of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 October 1861

M i 1! i h ' J if i ?! I. it H . U NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. rromthMsoon(,a.)Oststte,ofBept Mill. WAR KONG OF THE MACON LICIIT DRAGOONS. Tnhorsnt Trthnrsa! tho stantUrd flies Tho bugles lound the call I Your gllt'rlng bre quickly nelre, The video of b title's mi the breere, Arouse ye I ono nnd all I l'rom Georgia's fertile plains wo 'come, A band of brothers true, Our can je tho leopard's spoil surround, Our neighing chargers paw the ground, We boast the rod and blue And shall we bend the stubborn head, In freedom's temple born, Dress our pale cheeks In timid smile, To l.all a master In nur Isle, Or brook a victor's scorn r Nol though destruction o'er tho land Come pouring as a flood. The sun lint seo our foiling day Shall mark our sabres' deadly sway. And set that night In blond I For gold let Scott's dull legions light, Or plunder's bloody gain, Uiibrihed, iiiilwught, our swords we draw To guard our country and our law, Nor shall their edgo be vain. And now, while breath of Northern g ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 October 1861

i i )! iMtr-" om uau1 2M i-:.. Mi! is i-atoS" """ ""Tmnmii nil- . T "', 111 -,1,11.1 O l.TIr,,,. ' ' i.i'-i'n.'ui ilAWUIlV 4p i.iii-u'' .11 MiMrfj VOL. I. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 186J. NO. 277" fr&y' .r... . .. .-. ..'.. v .A- .- - ...- . l-i ':'-. "S T-. L-.,JL:-.a .q-'w..?..-.. .st:-..i-. diixt M-'"jl- -" "" . a.- - .i ---intHi m. n n i w... -. ,- -. . -. .MtnAi S-V .,J,.. ' III f . J 'ne II II ' - r w ' " r ' r z- im''i w B' w , 'm . ,m -rw smw II fil I I llJI.tt I 11 III II II I I I Mil Tarns. VAIaW W. ,bW. V ' "'fc, VA. ' kmy LS " aaBrsBBB auV skj MBP 4mV .."saV .. V fc .szeV 'v i jam A Jena I " - - - -. - r " T il VH ' ""l " I' W' I 1 r Tt y T r v J ' v V ' It . -n , I . '' . ... " ' K ...fI(r V NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. FromthaN Y. Trlb r 01 Viutdar. coTTog-ouowmo at thh north. A LICTUMt nr if. U KKMUtL. Last evening, Ht Co.pur Wi" '','. Hr. U. C. Kendall, of Marjluml, 1 Tyil ,i tlm origin, habits, culture, ntid ju olii, r mo perennial cotton-tree of Peru, In tlrlv.o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 October 1861

rr .::". ;r" t t N ' K iw 1 iibi i IV 16 I if lll il t M H l V. I . si NATIONAL REPUBLICAN! ,r Fobllibcd Daily, Snndayi Eiwpted, BY W. J- MUKTAGH GO. i i i Uto. M. V.tn. Kdltor. gr The publication offlee of the A'afioruil tfepublicati It at tho northeast oorner of D ami Seventh street, seoond floor, over W. D. Shep herd's Hire. Kntranoo on Bevenih street. :j rvti ) ' . , Saturday, October 19, 1861. jjil' i 49- lltkdf nat, Matter am every page.-C , , TUB RBQOLAU AHHV. The &ar, while censuring ns for saying that f although' pie great bulk of the regular army officers are loyal, some of them hare sympa thlea which hare, Interfered with the vigorous; proe;utlon of this war, proceed!, Itself, to charge the whole of, them (and most unjustly) with Ibe preoiae thing which we alleged against only a few of, them. It says : "The officers of the teenlar service are. none of them, abolitionists. All of them are doing their hMt tn ilefnnil the Constitution and the Union, while not one of them...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 October 1861

iiiiwmiwM VJ1'! inn "fiQIWS HMHtWIPWaM iMI'HI'Mil MMliii LOCAL NEWS. To Attvertlaera, Nearly tin thousand copies of Ihe tttpub lican are circulated among tho floating popitlii Hon overydiiy,bo8ldBHbeIargo number served to regular iubaorlbors. Advertiser will I ilco note accordingly. Excitement on Seventh Street. The neighborhood of Odd Follow' Hall win thrown Into a state of considerable oxcltcmotit about thrco o'clock yesterd ly iifternnon, oco i moncd by an altercation between Mr. Hollow and Mr, Phtpps and roue. Mrs. Pblpps has an .unbrotypo gallery mi Sevonlli street, tho en trance to which H betweun tho store novwoc cuplod by Mr. B. :uid tbo nno he has reoontly vaoatod iiiidletout 1 1 anntlior party. At the entrance to the gallery, Unite Is a show-case tcntalnlngpoi trails, wlili h tho now comer do utred removed, and .islcnd Mr. IMIew to nee Mn Pnlpps la relation lu U hut ho declined doing so, hiving mvlei.-.'m.l.ir request holbro. In tbo course of tho il li evcr, hii rfllcer wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 October 1861

UTil'IW NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For the National Republican. OUll AKMIBS OS TltB POTOMAC. BT nOBiCI B. DURAKT. Beside where broad Potomao sweeps tUII on ward to the sea, Our must'rlng hosts are gath'rlng for Truth and Liberty I Our csuso la Just and holy, and with our flag unfurled. We'll never yield tho contest till Freedom lights tnewonui The gleaming word of Justtco, that has de layed so long, Shall fall with mighty power, and smite the rebel throne: Columbia shall be free the soil our fathers trod Man cannot, dare not pull that down, which was ouni up uyuoai From fr New Hampshire's granite hills, a band of Iron men Comes forth unto the contest, from many a glade I . I ana gien; "ft i In tones of rolling thunder, their voices onward sweep, Across hill, vale, and river, and o'er the tossing deep; While o'er the Alleghanles blue, and Rocky Mountain peaks The soundof coming battle, with clanging trum pet speaks, Until the thoughts ot every heart In one wide channel flow, From bleak, ye...

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