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

mtommi (jwufj! "7 Wll-r1 I ii m milm-imfir,t,uni,,iu I I IIKMMMM JiMMiMttt animal VOL. I. WASHINGTON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1861. NO. 278. - -" " "J--'--J- - .n f ... .. rv "" " ' , 1 1 i ii ipi , ri,ivi f UitMtratC ' ' -! 1 NATIONAL REPTTlU.TflAN IXAilUlXiLU HElI U JJLHLULn. Tor His Nillontl IUinUlt .n. WKAKY. I am so weary, ami tlio eviiy " Lends farther fn m thn vh'pb of rest In vain I w.elt to K00 tllr) U l Flush purple In Ilia dinky Watt, Penr Father I If tliv Mvi- sli mill semi Home HtiKfl, full of pity sweet, To nervo tm for tho hitter end, IIo'll truck me by ray hluodlug feetl For, when I turnod my f ico to (lod, I could not see, for raining tn.irs; I blindly took the roiijiol rul And trod It nil theso weary years. I think Oh Father I though the night Of suffering, ulosos dark around Thou wilt not bold my anguish light; Nor glvo me any neediest wound. Thou wilt not hl.tmo the trusting hoart, That witless blindly ronchlng out Was thrust against a cruel smart, Wh030 odge waa fai...

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 October 1861

1X41. ML'&m alums I ' ""' i f i ui NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, rubliihed Daily, Sunday. Excepted, BY W. J MUHTAGH CO. Qo. M. Weuton, tCdltoT. 3r The publication office of the Jfalional iteptiMican la at the northeast corner of D and Seventh str"t, seonnd floor, over W. D, Bhop herd's store. Entrance on Seventh street. Monday, October 21, 1861. 49- Hearting Mutter on every pngt.-C pf Wo surrender a large portion of our paper today to the very Interesting official correspondence on tho subject of religious toleration In Egypt, embracing a history of the persecution or an agent of the American missionaries In Upper Egypt, and of Its final adjustment. Several articles Intended for thla day's lsuo will appear to morrow. po- The public attention la very much di rected to the naval expeditions which are on the (apis. Great hopes are Indulge 1 in respect " to their results. The navy has acquitted itsell well in all the affairs iu which It his bo fur be(n concerned, and tho Navy Department has ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 October 1861

?Tyj;j.iMny" . i ' xy w. i.m j j i " i w; iwjf . a ;, i -r-'""" :- -!?..- Trr "Tff LOCAL NEWS. ToAdrertleers. Nearly iio thousand ooples of llio Repvl lican are circulated among the floating popnln tlon every day.besldeii tuelarue number eorvt il to regular eubsoribere. Advertiser wtllUttn note nooordlngly. - Meeting of Oovcrnmnt Clin pin lm A Urge and Intercatlnfr, mooting of (Ifivnrii ment chHnlHlns, In ntitlvn sorvloc, lt puce at Trinity Churoh.ln tills city, on Baturilny morning, 19th Inst. Ily Koneruf desire, Hkliop Mollvalne, of the diocese Of Ohio, who was present, was called to preside. Rev. Dr. But. ter, pastor of Trinity Church, slated the loots of the meeting. Tho bishop was formerly ohaplaln at West Point Military AOHdemy, and t.A.J .11... A.ae!anta In milllttrV Mill tlUt'dl matters. Mr. BilUntyne. Superintendent uf the Bible and Traot Booloty, was nppunnmi seoretary, Beteral resolution woro Intro, duced, touching tho Important work or army i . Ahnidi.ia ttv'MMARi. uni a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 October 1861

y du 23th .3d Slt mh Si th 2JN ICth 14th rth nth lith -2d d 21th -Ml 29th 13d &lh 43d 40th Sntli 79th WOlDinKD sjOIsDIBf is, 1IC1C AMD v IN HOSPITAL. l'ublhhcd In conformity with tho rMA'utlon ol tho Senate1 of July 10,1801. M Oeneral Hospital on E street, btlmen J-burU. and Fifth streets, Washington, Oct. 11. W.' I 1 2 . I 4 t 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 lrt Excelsior jd do 3d do 1st Rhode Island rol, . 1 4th do do. 1 MhN. J. Volunteers.. 1 2d New Hampshire vol 4 lit Mich. Volunteers.. 1 ?d do do 1 8d do do 1 4th da do 1 (til do lethN.Y 92d do 24th do Qttti do 3thdo 43d do 46111 do Volunteers, do do. i do do do do (th do do 3 Stockton's Michigan Indenendent vol,... 79th do do... Till Wisconsin 1 IstN. Y. Cavalry .... 1 1st Kentucky Cavalry, 1 Cameron Dragoons... 1 !dU 8 Cavalty 1 6th do do.... .(b) 1 6th Penn Cavalry... 1 1st Penn. Independent nifles. .......... .. J 4th l'enn Caralry ... 1 1st Indiana Cavalrr. 1 19th do olunteers. . 4 1st V. H. Artillery.... 1 I). C. Volunteers 1 MUM Volunt...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 October 1861

"yiwimt v;1 ' m miixowd VOL. I. WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1861: NO. 279. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. TO JIT miOTIIKU. Through memory's 'l.nllscluiid.t lira fllltlWo- Tho beams of the sunshlno hut n v inlshcid uway , And the oloutls which piuhr m I my soul In their gloom Are doopor and d trxi r th .ti those oftho tomb. And listen, thero tlsns ii wild piercing ory, Full of sorrow and augulali; Urines through the sky - Till millions of peoplo hive wept at tho sound, Through all the broad North where that ory doth resound. Tls the cry of our country, lung by tyrants op- press'd, She will call to us loudly till her wrongs are re- dress'd Thl the tyrants and robola who havo struck her the blow, By the vongoance of fitcmealn dust aro laid low. Her oall Is for hearts that are good, brave and strung, And see 1 round her standard by millions thoy throng, Each willing to fight, bleed and die If needs bo, in defence of tlieir country, the home of the free. Hut Ihey numbor too few, they havo noo...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 October 1861

"jri ir T"''!y''!.r'py " '"T" 'JT'Jtt'ffg''1" " ' 7J' ; .1. --... ! ' r -g-f - U. dUWt.u-'l.h'J. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Published Daily, Sundays Excepttd, BY W. ,1 MUKTAOH do OO. ii ' Ueo. M. Weston, Kdltor. gr The publication office of the National Republican la at the northeart oomer of D and Seventh street, seoond floor, over W. D. Bhep herd's ature. Entrance on Beventh atreet. Tuesday October 22, 1861. MfW Hearting Matter on every page.TO IKTETIEIT1NO PIIOM COLOU ADO TEH IUTOHY. On our first page will bo found the flrt mes irngo of the first Governor of Colorado Tcrrl tory, and for these reasons It will be read with Increased Interest. Governor Gilpin is n man of great ingnclty, and In the beginning of our present difficulty demonstrated bis loyalty and patriotism. Immediately after President Lin coin's first war proclamation, the Governor of fered his military services In any capacity, but as he was In a position to do more good a Governor of the new Territory, bla patriotic offe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 October 1861

Ll"- m-VJ "mytmytisp t' tmumxitJuuBst: fti C LOCAL NEWS. To Advert taera. Noarlj i thousand copica uf tlo Uepvb lican are circulated among the hating piiulu tlon every day, besldosthelargotiuraberBcrvcrt to regular subscribers. AdvcrlUern will take note accordingly. CITY COUNCILS. Board or ALDtftUKN. Ilio B.ianl met at the usual hour, and, In the aliienco f the Presi dent, was called to order by Mr. Ilrown. Pres ent, all tho members, except Mo.srs. Dove and Magruder. The chair laid bolero the Board the nccntinta of tho ward apnthetMrles for tho quarter end Ing September 30th, which were referred. A commuiiioittlon wni received from the Mayor, transmitting tho following unmlnallutm Thomas Puronll iiiid J.woph Bryan, commis sioners of Contro M-irko', In tlio pl.ico ol Woodvllle Lath.imand Wll Utn 13, Paulding. J. T.Howard, plrysloluit of 'lu poor nf tho fourth waid, In placo of Or .1 M. Toner, ro signed. Trustoes nf Publ SoIinuU It. B. Ironsides, John -Laroorabo, mid U jbi.-r I Itluko...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 October 1861

Ji.-iar.'FI'W.Jf&l1!!!B?!T-V'.;.l)iffiUtwJ.a,,..,M, f' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Trie Hayes Arcllo Bxpcilltlnn. The Ilillfar Journal gives the following par ticulars of the crulso and arrival of the Haves Arctic Expedition : Up to the time of their arrival at thin nnrt. tho parly had been for over twelve months without receiving news from home, except, however, a solitary Enillsh newsnimr. nhmln. ed at Upornavlc, which contained President Lincoln's proclamation for an extra session of oongr'ss. it may be readily Imagined how eager were officers and crew to nosiwaa ilnm (elves of newspapers containing now9 from home. Since their departure the storm cloud, then a mere peck on the political horizon, has spread over the whole heavens, and plunged uo iuuuuj mm me norrors 01 civil war Events have followed, one afer tho other, In quick succe'slon. and to these Arcllc voyagers It must seem as if the occurrences of an ordl nary lifetime had been compresed Into the lew mjnws oi ineir nmence. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 October 1861

Hiiii,yjwm M tl 1U' JOV tl VOL. I. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1861. NO. 280. r,;'" ' k. sw nB I NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. The Kent Where tire Thj1 Wilttenon lspln this te tirnh r? irrlm(nts.and after flaring read a fsmiltar mm' anting the killed of tne Seventy nrst, at mc nam qi mill iiun BV LAl'llA CI Ulilt. Our hearts Rive ub nnswor they 'ro taken Aocepted 'a the offering thoy tn.ulo ! On earth never moro slmll thoy w ikon On Liberty's altar thoy're Md, Blest uacrlnoo! Blest dead, be yo now softly eloeplng Our tenderost team nhall bedow E toh grave and we're proud, 'mid ourweep' Ing. That trial's hour proved yo so true In sacrlfloe I O patriots, rostsafo forever "From temptfngs Inglorious sffouro Ye've triumphed In holy endeavor : lour blood yes, your blood proes how pure Your sacrlfloe 1 We'll weep, as your agonies sh trlng, Ye fainting, (leath-wound.ed and lono That poor shuttered limb, with nono caring, A mother once clasped as her own In purest Joy 1 How warm God, how truo ...

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

MiiH'ilBttWfflW.IWWBlKiafr',-.-,., I.I ii i. rr NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pnblijfird Dailjr, Snndayi Excepted. BY V. J MIJHTACIH A OO. i i ' Oco. M. Wfjttotl. Kriltor. - The publication offlee of the National Republican la at the northeast oornar of D and Seventh street, seoond door, oyer W. D. Bhep herd's store. Hntrance on Seventh itreet. Wednesday, October 23, 1861. JS3- Hearting Matter on every page. -TO THH rTATIO.VAIs IXTKLLIUKNCKH. The Xalional TnttUtgenctr hai got a new loaso or lire, by the nllowance at the Treasury of a claim of upwards of forty thousand dollars, connected with the printing of the American State Papers. That whole thing was a piece of stupendous jobbing, as has been fully shown- in the reports of Congressional investigating committees The particular claim recently allowed may hare been a good one. for anything we know to the contrary, and we arc informed that It was so by persons Id whom we hare confidence. Its original merits, how ercr, are said not to hare be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 October 1861

"WSWBflfjfai to !E - - 7? LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers. Nearly tin thousand coploa of tho Repub lican are circulated among the floating papula ' tlon every day,besldes tbelarge number served to regular subscribers. Advertiser will late note accordingly. CIRCUIT COUtlT. Interesting Proceeding! In Regard to Ike Arrest of JudicelMeirlck. Yesterday morning, at the hour of opening the clroult court, Judges Dunlop and Morsell appeared In the oourt-ronm, but withdrew lm mediately to the marslM' oHIoe, wliei they remained somo time In consultation At noon they returned to the court-room, mid.nfier the court had been form illy opened, Judge Dunlop announoed that he liaf received tho followlnu communication from Judgo Merrick, who Is now under the surveillance "f tho Provost Marshal, which ho read lo Iho liar, there being a large number of Iheni present, s well as a larger number of spectator thin Is usual : judob mexrick'8 ttrriB. On Baturdar. the 10th nf October. 1881. Mr. Poloy, a lawyer of ...

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

nummM iiwuni..iiiiiiiiiiii f I l! is - i NATIONAL BEPld'UCAN. ThA I'orttanil A&Wftstr think; (he Southern Contderac" "8 In a "pretty pickle." Probably It would be-but ,heB.1, ,D0t "a,t eQongh down that way to lc p"--" A Nashville paper nayg that Bncknet'a men will mat capital troops when they are well seasoned. 11 peppering win uo-ior Kaaomog we guess our boya will give them enough of It Duckner'a accession flag Is flying at Bowline Green. Upon McCook's approach It will fly taster man ever. From the lrtch. What we get from Louisiana N O sugar. Southern freedom Free dumb. Let them alone. What tribe of Indiana could obtain a loan with the most ease? 1'awn ees. The obligations of the Morrill (tariff) law-Duty-full. Soldier's pity for the wounded on the battle, field "Over the left "ones. Light of chemistry A-ga-slz. The lat ding of the dinner bell Pudding. What It takes to put down the rebellion -Plenty of bullion, and tee mutt put a good fac upon it. Where the Slo-Ull late of Sout...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 October 1861

' "WwwMW ygnj ' ii y WJWWHIJjAiiWflOWll atimM ftpEbfiriCi? VOL. I. WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1861. NO. 281. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. "OK TIIK MAtlCll." DIT TAHK infNJAMIX. Itugzali I 1 ho roglmoitt I, roady Our knapsanks full, uur hiiyoiwts hrlght; C'imo, cnmrados, lot tu m iroli on sto uiy, Marshaled nml oagor Tor tlio light. Slfllcn we our tnnis', In order mitstor, And wait ttio-enlonol' first uommnnri, Lift up our fl.iK and 'round It cluster, rjworn to dofend It heart and hand. Our country o ills; tlijo.drunn aro boating, Throughout tho land from Cist to West; Adfancol qniolOMtep! thore's nn rotroatltig; Tho promptost, bravest, are the beat. What though behind we loaro our treasures, Our household darlings, home-born Joys, Our work, our buslnois anl our pleasures, Ourjivlres and sweethearts, girls and boys? We go to win a richer booty Than all our labor could afford) We frooly go to do our duty, And soo tho rulo of Itlglit rostored. Then march, brave boys, with ohoerful faces...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 October 1861

i li ft NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Daily, Sontlayi Ewepltd, BY W.'.l MIIHTAOH OO. Meu. M. Weetam. ICcMlor. tr fhe publication office of tha Nalwnnl RepMican t the northeast corner of D and Reventh street, seoond Boor, over W. D. Bhep. herd's store. Entrance on Seventh street. Thursday, October 24, 1S4U, ter lltadlnB Hatter on every pnge.-ca The Weckly National Usiiiilican will be published to morrow, and will bo unusually In teresting. Orders 'for It may be left at the office, or given to the newsboys, who will have It for sale In all tfie encampments. ' J3r We learn that the President, yesterday, instructed the United States Marshal for this District, in respect to the rule placed In his hands by the clrcutt court to be served upon the Provost Marshal (General Porter) for his appearance before that court, not to serve the rule, but to return It to the court with the In formation that he (the President) had for the present suspended the prlvilego of the writ of habeas corpus In ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 October 1861

"'""WJ.. .,,.) i i MlMMIMII'HW ise.sjwi'ij'iujiiia WflWI) lilllllllHy. & : 1 . r LOCAL NEWS. To AdrMaer. Nearly tin thousand copies of the Rtpvb lican are circulated amonglhe floating popula tion oTeryday,beslitethelarge number servod to regular subscribers. Adversers will take notn aocordlDgly. Young Men's Christian Association. An exceedingly Interesting mooting of this nssoolatlon was held Monday evening at the rooms. The report of the -President Indi cated Inoreased prosperity and activity In the general work of benevolent Christian effort, and suggested two Important measures of prac tical usefulness In the future the appointment and support of a looal missionary, In anticipa tion of the constitution of a " Christian Com mission " to act In behalf of all thn Young Men's Christian Associations (if tho country. Impressive addresses wero mado by Itov. Mr. Alvord, Seoretar,nf the American Traot 80 olety, lloston; by Chaplain Gallaghor, of tbo Thirty-fourth New York roglmont;bv ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 October 1861

V O iff h. , II: IP V l V III NATIONAL REPgBIJCAN From lh Ifsw Yort CtanmettUl KnrIMn Navlfjatlon of h. rolomnc. In Iho Greek choral service, certain effect were produced by the responsive utterance ol nances by the divisions of Iho chorus, and by tho combined toIcoj of tho entire chorus In other passage Similar effect wore produced In the Hebrew service. Tho telegraph, though among the latest born of Invention!, Is not ob livious of thoso peculiarities of the past, which may servo to embellish the present. Thus, nl Iho beginning of tho war, the following dis patches usually followed oach other In succcs sin : First Voice, Monday: " A rebel Spy was arrested last night." .cond I'oJce, 1tesday: " Yesterday afternoon, a rebel was arrested within our lines. Ho proved to be a brother of Jackson, the murderer of Ellsworth." (It may bo remarked here that several hundred ol the brothers were arrested at different times.) Both Voices, Wednesday: " Tho parties under arrest wcro released yeste...

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

1 ati0tial pWiraC VOL. I. WASHINGTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1861. TXyjiA.in cvrv NO. 282. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, For Ihi Nation. Jiptill,ei. Mathought, wfccn ulcep thrrw misty clouda Tho Onddes LlbPrlv before me stood; And sudden wondor, ndin'riillnn, bound mo, Oiling upon hor perfect womanhood. Drawn by a soorot mid mysterious power To near approaoh, I scanned lier foaturos sweet; Whon.lol from her soft eyes a poorly shower Of tear drops fell, bedewing all her feet. And slghs.apent-iip tempest heaved hor breast, - aim nwityem nor lorm in sorrow io ana iro Oppressed by grief, overwhelmlig, unre pross'd, -Her star orownod head sunk gradually low. A voice I heard a hissing, seething sound, And rloso at hand, behold 1 another stood; His livid face, where malice did abound, Proclaimed him foe to every work of good. And he, the monster, blear-eyed Tyranny, Did pour forth gibes, and most unsesmly taunts, And boasting muoh of recent victory, The air polluted with his noisy vaunts. Sudden the (...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 October 1861

, ,JWP' "' t . v1 .- -.l"nWBWiWWgWgl J.1 I LlMHWHim iUt I J luflaWH will git t u MILtWimnUA'IAlwj&awwajHjiii --..n I -""TT" 7 r-pr-2 i. tie ll I n - 'll - .-L1K 7aK SPSs W rj&m rsm 'FlibWrfi 2t NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. 1' Pnbllihtd Dally, Sundays Eietpted, BY W. .T. MtJBTAOH 0J. uo. Itf. Wtn. KiUtor. jar The publication office of the JVationaJ iJepuMican It at tho northeast oorner or D and Seventh s' aet, seoond floor, oyer W. D, Shep herd's store. Entrance on Seventh itreet. Frlday, October 25, 1861. Heading natter on every pagt.-C THE STZIKLT XATIOHAL REPUBLICAN. The' weekly .HepuNiean, wblob. U Issued to day, I a paper unusually Interesting. It con tains Important correspondence In relation to the American missionaries In Upper Egypt ; correspondence between Lord Lyons and Secre tary Seward j fall accounts of the late severe battle at Ball's Bluff j funeral obsequies of Col Baker ; mefFmge of the Governor of Colorado Territory ; late add Important news from Nash vllle ; besid...

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

-rr fi LOCAL NEWvSi To Advertisers. Neatly tkn thousand copies nl Dig tUjivl. lican are olroulated among the float ng ,iop At Hon every day, besides tholargo number set vd to regular subscribers, Advertisers wllltAo note accordingly. Funeral of Gen. Dafcer. Look beforo the hour unnnunced for t lie funeral to take pltco yesterday morning, Urge crowd) were teen wending their way In tho diroctlnn of Fourtoemli and II streets, tn wit ness the funeral ceremonies of the Illustrious (Ion. Baker. By eleven o'clock, tho several regiments to take part In tho funoral ecort wero drawn up on II strcot, extondlng fintn Fourteenth to beyond Sixteenth stroet,wliile the pavement was completely blobkod up by the Immense crowd which had assembled In the neighborhood of tho hoiuenfGeiiiWobb. During tho morning, the ron-nlns wero visited by avery largo number of parton, all of whom seemed much nffiictod ns the'' gazed on the mthlo form before thrni, rind 'not a few wero bathed In tears. The cnl)lni"iiil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 October 1861

V "' ysr TTV J' f I J '.I If'' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. -i'J-SSS.StS.- ,. iiar Tha operations or " J t. i .iSV in ttiH country are becoming of EmW aJrance to the African race. Sine u.bout five hundred colored peraone have ivJen transferred from this country and Canada to homes In Haytl, and are now snccetslulK culHratlng their own farma and earning a com fortable .ivelihood. To-dy three hanilreri and ninety person are sent out, under tbe auspices of the bun an, to join the American colony In Ilaytt. They are principally married people, with quite n large number of children. Tbe men are nearly all farmer), as President (JpflVard does not encourage the immtgratlo cf mechanic and those engaged In trades by direct governmental assistance. There are. however, accompanying the party, two school teachers and three preachers of the Gospel Very few of the emigrants are from New York, only iwenty In nil. One hundred and twenty are from Pennsylvania, two hundred from Windsor, Chatham, and other pl...

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