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

1 1 .11 . 7'' V VOL. I. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1861. NO. 283. Jptotwl JkpMtrpL T: I NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Vet tns National Republican. -crinn.'SEJO. Insorlbed to the Omoera anl Mm of the Thlr tUth regiment of X V H V., Colonel Krlsby cummandlng. Air'1 Ale o Beau')." Ye noblo bind, of fioomon (jorn, Fully now yuur lUg unfold ; Tho Mrtpon let wave ; tk stars let sblne ; With brstator hue than purest gold. That glorious flag. In days of yore, WhToh proudly through the strife did wave, Now bold, unfurl, before the foe, To guide the free and cheer the brave. Your mortal foes ."though now they be, In nuirbers strong, boldly arr.tyod, Their auro defeat ore long you'll see ; Cheer up, olioer up, bo not afraid. Our glorious flag yet still will wave Through every strlTe, spite every foe. Bold let It stream amid the breozo, A rallying point where'er you go. Recall the memory of tho rnst, When round litis sacred banner stood Tho wise, tho valorous, and groat. Though pierced by ball an...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 October 1861

" . v n jgg; V fi 3 r i it I. i ' 1 iii, p. h St NATIONALREPUBLICAN, Pnbllslifil Daily, Sonday EictPttd, BY W- J MIIMVVCm & GO. Uco. M. Weitrnt, Kill lor. gr The publication office of the National Uepublxcan is at the northeast corner of D and Seventh r'reet, second floor, over W. D. Shep herd's store. Entrance on Seventh street. Saturday, October 2G, 1861. 0f Heading Matter on crerjr pagt.'Ca TIIK CITY OB1 WASHINGTON. A correspondent arraigns the " slowness " ol this city, with a volley of questions, moreeisll aked than answered. Wo will, however, re spond to two of them. One reason that our streets are not all paved, is the fact that (Including the avenues) the; embrace a small fraction more than four- sevenths of the superficial area of the city. The bitter mast be taken with the sweet In thii world, and while there are advantages la wide! avenues, 11 is oosiiy io pave mem. uur cor respondent, If he is as quick at figures as he If In propounding Interrogatories, can calculate...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 October 1861

I.I I Ml -- Mil vt" ill nm - . r-f Ttt fj cartridge not oslng1 adapted fof all. The men .havo'no confidence la the altered tniiskel ; la 'other- respects tboy are content with tbvlr c coutrcmentf. There In no limit placed upon the weight ol' tho knapenck; It In left lo the option of Ihe bearer. The cirlrt.lgo hot is sustained by a shoulder-strap In hair uf (ho reslments. The opinion or the oHWrs con sulted on this subject, Is In favor of the shoul der strap. Sufficient data has not been col lee ted to venture an opinion as lo the effect ol the weight sustained by the wnltt-belt alone, In inducing hernia, spermatocele or varicose rln. nefpsctfully, J. H. Douglas:), Associate Secretary, U. 8, Sanitary Com. LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers. Nearly tex thousand copies of the Repub lican are circulated among tho Hunting popula tion every day, besides thelitrge number served tn regular subscriber. Advertisers will take note accordingly Yuiing Messrs Christian Association Since the publication o...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 October 1861

"TV V- . MiimiiiPK'M t ! SMS t i i I? .( . it i NAWONAL-"REPIJBLIGANr WARLIKE WIT. An the honioa-Punih tfevcr omlti a flliig at Brother Jonathan, of oourao " Bull Run ' could not b"e let slip without gratifying his malice at our expense. Here we bare some characH't litic doggerel, on "The Ran lrem Manasats junction," of which the following are " spi cl men bricks:" Yankee Doodle went to war On his little pony. What did he go. fighting for, Everlasting goney I Yankee Doodle was a chap Who bragged and swore tarnatloi ; He stuck'a feather In his cap, And called It Federation, . Yankee Doodle, fcc. Yankee Doodle, he went forth To oonquer the Seoeders : All the Journals of the North, la most ferocious leaders, Breathing slaughter, fire, and smoke, Especially the latter, Ills rage and fury ttfproroke. And ranlty to flatter, Yankee Doodle, $0. Yankee Doodle having floored' " tils separated brothers, He reckoned bis victorious sword Would turn against us others. Secession Arsk be would put ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 October 1861

atumal $t$Mm I OITu VOL. J. WASHINGTON. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1861. NO. 284. CMV r NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Ofllclitl Report or the Recent ICngngen irieatun Kniitu Rosse Islitml UKlIHJWRTEIW Dt.rAHTMK.-IT t(K KlsMttlU, Fort I'icki-ns, Uol. Il,18fll. Colonel: I brleflv ronnrteil tu vtm on the 9Lh nstant Hint the rebels hail iniiuVil " l tlits Island, partially ilcl royal thei camp f tho Sixth ri'ffi netit New Vol It Tolunu'rsfnnil nm ocen ciriv ii off liy our Iroiws. I now report. In more lelnll, tho rnsiilts ol tho ntuck. For tho butler itnlorstunJIne of tlio several movi im'iits it may l)ii well to nuta I h it lliu enemy I mil od ubout our minis irom mis ion. Tho pi kcu mty ti ) rccojulzeil om l'io m ip by lircu nonels and a mour.il lliat tli" Isl md llieiu layabout three lourtlH of n mile wide; Unit u short ellttanc! below it narrows to nome 200 Juiils, then widens ugiln, nDd at tho camp Hie 'illtlinna nAHiig lu nli ml lir.nnTnlill.il nf n mil.. II1-I1UV7 V.l,-a n WW Jtlh UIV .lfUtU- U ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 October 1861

asscsssKSISsSSs mmftWumaMuH-i?! ff 1 I. f'. t f NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. rubliht4 Daily, Sundays Exttpttd, BY V. J MUKTAU1I CO. Urn. M. Wtilon, Ntlllor. W'lhe publication office of tho JVaftoruil i'riuWinm l at the northeast corner of D anil Rerenth street, seoona uoor, over w. u. Bhep. hsrd's slurs. Entrance on Seventh street. .Monday, Octobtr 28, 1SC1. 9T llcmllnff Mnttcr on every pngr.v VICTORY AT KOMNKV! The following Is the dispatch received yes terday tiy Lieutenant General Scott : KoVMsr, Va Odobtr 2(1. U 1'. 11. In obedience to your orders, I moted on this place at twelve o'clock 1 tit night, attacked the enemy at tin ee o'clock Ibis P.M., and drove In llitir outposts, and, alter u brilliant action of two hums, completely routed them, taking all their cannon, aud much of their cimp equipage, and many prisoners. Our loss Is but trifling, but ounuot say to what extent. Brlga-llei Gc oral l. 1 . Km.lkv, Commindltig. THE BATTLE OF BALL'S BLUFF. Gen. Evans, who commanded the Conled r...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 October 1861

LOCALNEWS. To Atlvertlsera. Nearly ikn tliouiuiid ooplca of the Jifpvt can nre ilrcnJatoil nmong Dio flouting I'optit i- Ion ovary day, besides tholareo iiiiinljeraervctl o roul.ir Hiilmortboni. Advertlfon will takn into .u'liordlnRly. Oigunlxcil AMt mill lo llieuh Jail. On Silunl t mornln,;, in Iho en inls of tbo HI woio linkup Ki"ir unioiu,iry munil of lio l rUon. thai dlMMiipriil tlmt uln Idiitlemut i is IjoIi'K inmlc, hj soino of ttao prisoners, to 'acme and Iflt h id notbooi lorllinel acovorv it tlio Umo, tlicy mill doubtless, by tills time, IHVtt 11(011 II l,ll,, In, I room In thu M ooiul story, mid At tliooiiRt ml of tho huilillux, tho follow tii prUonorBHre onOncd: KfMUliiNliobliison.tliu mi'tor'amHlo. .iho una I'oinmltkd .iliout .i woe'k wlnco.on the .n.irKO oi Koiung in iimy Horn tno navy ngoni in falm liiolonct'i! h KnIdiAr iiHineilCiriie.Rald to ho mi old rnglUb thief, who In under tlio summon or ii court niurii u, io ne imprnonen (n tlio ponlicntUry. Another aolrliur, n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 October 1861

J I".! VI R NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. " T- -i ' " "" I 0nclineliortoftllArlrorthUbl Ham. U. S. Smvsitir Kira""1' S. W. Mss orMlra. Hirer, Oct. Id, loul. Sin: I huvo tho honor to nuke tho followlnj! 'e At'1) 1 A M , Oct. 12, I8C1, while the watch .. deck wcru employed In taklnR coal on board the schooner Joseph II. Toone, a ram was din covered In clow proximity to this ship. Bv tho llrao the alarm could be Riven the nail struck the ship abreast of the faro channels loiring tin schooner from her fails and forcing a hole through the ship's side. Pissing aft, tho ram endravoicd to effect n Im ich In the stem but fulled. Three planK on tho ship's side wcro stove In, about two feci below the water line, nukltiK a hole about five inches in circumference. At the flrtt alarm. tlio crew promptly and coolly repaired to their ciiarter, and as tho ram pwsid abreast of tin ship, the entire pott battery was discharged at lur, with what effect It was impossible to ells cuvi r, owing to tho darkness. red...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 October 1861

I- ,r'l i I I iilin nil, nf-1 atonal IkpitMiau, VOL. I. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1861. NO. 285. CVf NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. LITCHARY NOTIONS. Natiokal IItmns; How I ey uru Wililen and how tli y a c no Wilt-Mi Alyric ml naMonil study for the times llv Rlcl nd Grant Whit' ltndit .ICsrleton KtiT'r r,rMle In this city b) 1'lillp S Solomons This work li th (inly public result of the i pe-railon of tho ci'li-brated, NatIon.il Hymn (Joinmlttee. It li, by far, lhi most Interesting book ol lhn season, nnd contains much of ln li'i.t In relation In Nitlonnt Hymn, herein Hire lut little known. A there wrr twelve hundred competitors for the $."00 prlzn. nml eoveral of them belong Ing tn thii locality, they, at lcat, will like to know how the Commlll'o conducted Itsslf, and how their Hymni wero disposed of j wo will Ihereloru toll them all about it Tho Committee usually met at Mr. White's home, where the venerablo Gullnn 0. ver plauclc, si well and favorably known In all literary circles at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 October 1861

'-' -ri',ii''Jj4 qv trrTTi l I: I i I It f5 K NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. rublisliwt Dally, Snntlajn Excepted, BY W .1 MdllTAOH ifc CO Ueo. M. We. (on. hill tor. gr The publio.ttlon office of the A'atiomit JepuMioan Is l tho northeast cornel of D and Seventh stroet, second floor, over W. D. (Shep herd's st . Entrance on Beventh street. Tuesday, October 29, 1861, H- Itemllng Matter on every 1R .- THIS STAU. Last evening'! Issue of this sheet contains column of falsehoods In respect to tho editor of thin paper. We never had anything to do with tin1 $40,000 claim of tha Xilbinal Intelligi ncer. never conferred with tho managers of Iht paper about It, and do not really know what It wan. All that Is said about our liavliiz offered to sell a Senator's vote, on that, or an; other claim, is ridiculous and falsi. Wo never asked anything of Mas"ac'mett bat to pay her rateable part of the legitimate expenses, to be ascertained in any wiy ?afivue tory to hr au'nori its. Incurred in th preen tion hero ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 October 1861

V JLUCAL .NKWft Tu Adrtlera. Neatly TBI tliourand coploi in the Urimh (firu iro olrmtlnted among tho fl'mMux inn.'.!. ' .1 everyday, bealdPRt!ielRrKomimliprne,nHl toie.ular miiiacrlbern. Advertlve-s'wlll t A itfl uroorillngly. CITY COUNCILS. humid iif Aldkrmkx. Ilio Dinnl mat if llif niuiil hour, unit wtis o.iltoij to ordor by Mr. Ilnnii, tin' t'resMont tiOlnR absent. Prosont till HwtncinhoM cxcopt Mess.. Dovo, PI lior uml I.lnjil. A ciiminiitilc.itliin wan rooolvod fi'mii tho M ivnr t ititic tit it lm h ul utiiirnvod of tin nut nriKltiK ul'pinutlHtliHH fur tlio routing an 1 ro I'.i r ul it itlnn limits, iml n'i of Iht.i Joint rpa i.liU ". Al i, mni'itili'af n oi'doalnj? dot-illfil r' i in of tlm li.iynii'tititn tlin bMlIillnn nr tin i iMilril (liiuit Inline, wliln'iwm roleiMOil I o I oinmlllcn mi Int.irnvfiino'it. ii, a !. inmiinli-it 'i c icIi'sliiK tltn follow In" nomlii itl'iix, whir i nr mforred: hmltli,Sctoncor nrihe Seventh Ward. ij. Lying, Olork of the Ci'iitro Markot Ui l.i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 October 1861

w..imumwmi .i wj.i i I '-H JUjjmimtm-v 'J i it r V I NATIONREPUBLICAK From Vanity Valr Malta Verae. lor Funerals. Doubtless everybody has read samples of 1h orevalllng style of motto verses for funerals, in be found chiefly In the obltuiry columns of the HeralJ, and ha? been duly struck with the brli I statistics generally woven Into their hitching ttanas. Sometimes we learn from the poet ! the hour that " a oherub has fled, To th bright sklea above Johnuy Tomp kins li dead " Or that " Rachel Amelia, who promUe. gave Of beauty and power, Ilai gone to her grave '' Or that " Onr darling boy hat left hh home, In fields of bll-a for aye to loam " Not long since the following (indent II mr attracted our atti ntlon Rest, little 1 Illy, til the lait breath I hear, So more shall thy voice bring d-Ilght to m eir Aa when borne returning to my arou you wo.ild 11 ,Vwl thy proud prance on my iaouhfr io hig " V respect the fe'llngs of relatives an friends (luring times of affliction, nnd tin n i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 October 1861

VOL. I. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1861. NO. 286. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Krorn the N Y. Tribune's Special Correip indent. TI1K UKTKKAT ACUUSH THtS POTO MAC. UDWAnM's Fcnnr, Uiteii IVtomac, Thursday. (Jot. ZU IbGl. I Kde, last night, to Iho river side, to wli ncsa Ihe rccrosslng of our troops from, ihe Vlr RinUelda. At tho first reports it as difllcult lo bellevo that any Eiich movement was going on: for throughout tho afternoon tho preparo lions lind nil been ha'tencd for the strengthen log of Gon Stone's forco by the addition of as many of Gen. Uahks's men ai could bo trnna ported. But it foemed to havo been later Jis covered that the mean provided wero bo total ly Inadequate that, wl h tho riiie In tho river, iind the tempestous wialhcr, it would be im possible to eoad iTor a euiUslent body to ren der Gen. Slono secure. Accordingly, the ordtr of advance was suddenly chaneed to that of re ttcat. Towards evening, a slight abatement of the high wind, which had uiuile the liver ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 October 1861

il.'Tl W ' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Daily, Snndnyi Excepted, BY W. J MUKTAQH A OO. i Uto. M. Wsl. Kaltor. tr The publication office of the National HtjnMican la at the northeast corner of D nnd Pevenlh street, seoond floor,jyrer W. D, Shep herd's store. Entranoo on Seventh streot. Wednesday, October 30, 1861. Heading Natter on every page.-c MABYL4ND. Or the 11,124 square miles of the territory of Maryland, 4,474 nro In the northern conn ties adjoining Pennsylvania, and It Is In these ost counties (Including Baltimore) that nearly all the Increase of population In Maryland, within a centnry, has taken place. In the southern counties, embracing G,G50 square miles, (ten 'per cent, moro than the combined area of Rhode Island and Connecticut, ) the movement of population In sixty years was us lollops: Tn 1?nn 1 luu Whites 107,784 112,01,1 Slaves 81,303 72,038 There was some Increase In the number ul liee negroes, so tint, upon the whole, the ag gregate population remained about sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 October 1861

r LOCAL NEWS. To AdTrtUcn. Nearly tkh thotuwnd ooplea of the lttpvb Ucanuro olroulated among the floating popula tion every day, besides thelarge number Kervod to regular subscribers. Advertisers will lake note accordingly. Deliberate Murder In Georgetown. About half-past two o'clock yestorday morn ing a dollborute murdei1 whs perpolrated noar Pnrrost Hall, Georgetown. Company A, Bocond United States Infantry, Capt. Lorell, aro doing duty ms tho provost guard of Goorgetown, and have their quarters In tho hall, around which thoy keop a guard, and, according to custom, the victim, Joseph Ilrannan, who was tho ser geant of tho guard, lud rehovod tho gu.ird about two o'clock, stationing a man named Michaol Luniih.in nn post at tho cursor of the alloy in tho rear of the hall and First streol. About half an hour lator, tho sergeant went to I, inahan and gavo him si mo Instructions, after whioh he suited back to the quarters, but had hardly proueodod ten paces, when Ltnahan c tiled him. Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 October 1861

VBK Wi ji !l NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, I'llISO.N MTKHATUUIO. Some of tho finest specimens of English lite raturo have been written In Prison; and the Lunatic AsylurnbasaUio added richgems.whlci will nover lose their brilliant luster, although produced by mlndi diseased. Among the best productions of the Lunatic Asylum, we find the following rerse, written by Uev. James Cool IMchmond, while In the mad-house, at Somer llle, Mass., In 1847. They were so greatly art mired by a young son of " Bam Slick," (Judge Halliburton,) who was also conflnod In tin Asylum, that ho set them tomuslo, of his own composition: Oo on, go on! your priion-rtou No terrors has for mo ! Hod Is my shlold, why foar I then A moment's tyranny? Vain man may bind his fellow ij. Incarcerate the wise, Dungeons shut out the cheerful day. And darkness shroud my eyos; do on, go on! free fancy smiles, And soars on golden wings, The spirit spurns your potty wiles, The muse, unfettered, sings, Bring on, bring horo your threats a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 October 1861

.JAll'l'." innprfwimi ifiTjyrtjwnap iri i n.in mfwmr - , , t vi , , , n iUMirwi. 7L VOL. I. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1861. NO. 287. "IK II III MutwmA NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THE VOIOR OF 1KB NOETH BT JOHN O. WDITTIKR. Up the hill iilde, down the glon, Rouse the sleeping clllzsn; Summon out the nvght of men I Like a lion growling low Like h night storm rising low Like the troad of unseen foe. It Is coming It Is nigh I Stand your homos itnd altars by, On your old free threshold die. Clang the bells In your spires, On the gray hills of j-our sires, Fling to he.tvoti your signal fires. Oh I for Ood and duty stand. Heart to heart and hand to hand, Round the old gr.ire of the Kind. Whoso shrlok or falters now, Whoso to tho oak would bow, Brand the craven on his browv Freedom's soil hath only place, For a free and fearless race Hone for traitors falso and base. Perish party porlsh clan j Strike together whlln you can, Llko the strong arm ot one miu. I.lko the nngol' voice sublime, He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 October 1861

I 91 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PnMMirii Haily, Snmlnj fatcfltA nv T. .1 mi lt"IAH .V til (f A5a The publication office uf the iValtoruif fiMiciin fa at the northeast cornef)of D and eleventh street, second floor, over W. D. Shep hi'l'i totx, Entranoo on Baventh street Thursday, October 31, 1S61. tr Keadlnsj llnltroii every pagr,-C Tiir Wfkki.y IUtoiucan for this week will be ready lor delivery at our counter to-morrnv, mornlt g Soldiers cm obtain them from tk newsboys In tho varloii" camp. Price fire cent". In wrappets. Col. Bakkr -It seemii to bo certiln that the order of Gen. Stjne, published la Iho ChronkU of Sunday, was received by the late Col. Biker In tho ordinary military channels. If It war really a forgery, It Is Gen. Stone's duty to die avow It, and to assist In discovering the perpetrator. .SSJ It Is reporti d fiora Richmond that, pu Friday. Ave hundred and twenty-nine pri-ons, (taken by the Confedernte at Ball's IJlniT.) ur rWed there. (ths. Kukmont. The New York TWoutie, ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 October 1861

-- LOCAL NEWS. To AdTMTtlMM. Nearly m thousand eopiea uf tho Jlrjwb Mean are olroulated among tha floating pnputa tton every day.besides thelarge number served to regular subscribers. Advertisers will late note accordingly. Alt Hallow Ke. To-night Is it!) IUItoto Tee, or Hallow n'en, as being tlie vigil or ove uf Ml Hallow Day Tbe Jlomlsh Church designed this day to bo held In boner nf all those taints who had not particular days appointed for them, but Ittloes not appear that All nallowD,iy,or Its eye, oro ever marked by very particular observance In the Cathollo ohurchj novertholess. there Is Boarooly any tlmo more distinguished by the common feoplo of many portions uf the Brlltsh Kinging of bells was one of tho modes of celebrating Hallowmas m tngiana in umos piuii. It whs a Itoman Oathn.lo practice, being da signed In aomo way to flvr the souls or de parted Christians. For this reason, Queon Elizabeth prohibited It. It was also A custom, a few centuries ago, to have a cake oaken...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 October 1861

? Cl3e&n 8 :! & NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. French Opinion of MJ. Oen. McClellan. The Parts rays of Oefub-r 10 calls Pyllcn lar attention l " corrwponanco which li copies from the Moniteur, lu which the name nl General McOlellau In mnllonpl In a flitter ng manner. In introducing the. attlclo, the Pay siyst Our readers wilt finil In this corrcppoml ence proofs of th activity which General Mr Clellar its exhibited In the organization, no' only of tlm army which 'ho command", nnd which Is opposed to ltaaureg&rd, but also o everything which concerns tho rapid dlpaiph ol military affairs about Washington. Tho requisition for assistance In milltsrv materiel mude by General Fremont upon thr war Department tnatiKs to tno active sunr vision of 'the young General was complliil with In less than sixty hours. Bach punctuality Is rare, even among ourselves. Th correspondence alluded to Is dated t New Tork on the 21st of September. It merely supplies a review of the week's news. It con veys ...

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