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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 November 1861

smi; 'ssrapKsfflessss di-m,-i?iifwat'!r'; "aBiwrj-Twra ,,l.'sWH".l' ll'V.!!!'' '" "S"'uis JW HTVXiA - ( ;-,.t 'hiMV-v.,-;,l,j;',-'' "-i ..-,. llll' cvci "''vli'''' UJ.M ' tf .2AHOKJ7.V l A "-.lL.l i . M bfctfMld li ' mm T ..mra-eH - ,'"m VOL. I. WASHINGTON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1861. NO. 288. "fa&WJBStSgffl "jfV J U Mati0wl V NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. BATTLE OF BALL'S BLUFF. OFFICIAL REPORT OF GENEIUL STONE. General Stone's report of tho tattlo of Bull's Uluffwos eent into the War Department va Tuesday. Tho following ia a copy of II: Oeiti Stone's Report IlKlDQCAnTKIM CotlM Of OlMKHVATION, . October 28, 1801. Gknkrai.: On the '20th lnt, being udvl'i'tl Irom headquirtors of Gen. McOall's movement to Drainsvllle to rcconnoller unci draw out tno intentions of tho enemy at Leesburg, I woui to Edwards's Ferry, at 1 o'clock P. M.. with Gt n Gorman's brigade, 7ih Michigan, two troops of tno van Aien civniry, ana me ratnam Hun gers, while four companies of ibe 15th Mil's i chusetts volunteers...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 November 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Pobliihed Dally, Snndayi Excepted, - BY W. J. MUKTAGH 4 Ot. ao. tit. Wit. Kdltor. M tsr The publication offloe of.lhe.jyationai llepublican 1 at the northeast oorner of D and Seventh street, second floor, oyer W. D. Bherj herd's store. Entranoe on Seventh street. Friday, November 1, 1861. 47- Heading Hatter on rry page.-a. BATTLE OP U 4.1.1.8 UUVrf. We publish on the outside, General Stone's report of the battle of Ball's Bluff. The care ful reader will noto that In two places In it, Goneral Stone la spoken of In the third person, which seems to Indicate that tho report wa. uot written by him. But as It was doubtlc written under his dictation, It (f , at any rate, hi? account of the affair. It seems difficult to reconcile this account, In essential particulars, with his two written orders toCoL Raker, the authenticity of which Is undisputed, nor with his order of Sunday, to Col. Baker, the authenticity of which has been questioned by a newspaper In this city. Ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 November 1861

avwfrvi1 vaesjaiWMte A-Wi.iH.. 3K2 t ,I-SH-"T"".H ',- 1 r-vu ''' fr r J"!'V;jJ KY7T! S K LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers. Nearly tin thousand ooplrs of the Jfrovin. lican are circulated among the flfjutlng populn tlon every day, besides thelargo number served to regular subscriber. AdTerllorn will take nolo ncoordlngly. AJIIsmrUabbed. About 7 o'olook last evening. Dennis 0. Han Ian, a stewnrd In the N.itlonsl Hotel, went Into tho pawn-broking establishment orKiuo Herz borg, on 0 strcol, near Blxtb, and used Insulting langu ine to tho wlfo of the proprietor. Mr. anil Mm. HerrborK requested hlra to Ic.ivo the houso, which ho roTiised to do, and Mr. Her born wont out artor tho police to tako hlin inv.iy; but while bo whs absent, Haitian still continuing his nbuslvo language, lira Herberg attempted to push blm out, whon bo nesiiiillod nor, and shorotiillatod by stabbing lilmsevoral times In tho back and through hi arm with a , Bword. ODlcer Fenwlck arrested Hanlan and took him to tho guardho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 November 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. , OrTlcIstlHeportof the ButtlaeU KBmney. The following official report of the battle at nomney was yeaUrday morning received ut theTWa-r Department: ' CoJinwiUND, Oct. 27, 1861. Coi. E. D. Tow.!Exn, " Assistant Adjutant General. Colonel : I have the honor to forward, thei report from Col. T. Johns, Second regiment 10- Though his expedition did not attain Its en tire object, yet It served to test tho charac'or of his men. They behaved, to a man, villi Serfect obtdlence and entire steadfastness. Mr. . J. Orahan (whom I desire to appoint my aid de-camp) vblunteercd on tho expedition, nnd com&rmed Col. Johns' report ot Captain Shaw's gallantry, and of the eagerness of all for the contest. Brigadier General Kelly entered Romnoy nbont fonr o'clock yesterday afternoon. Willi ercat resnect. roar obd't rerv't. 0- M. Tuckston, Brig. Gen. IlKinqoiRTKiu Sbconu Rkoikknt P. II. JJ. Camp Thomas. Cumberland, Oct 27, 1661. Brigadier General 0. M. Thurstov. Qoeral : In compli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 November 1861

in &!BMmnHnmw'ji - ... .. -t-x , ..- ...... , n-.-i--'-ry. -,.ii-u... , .M v l f . on . w ,j. t i -1. VOL. I. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER'S, 1861. NO. 289. 5HHC irrsj.yrrs. ' " .- -i., -..' 5 .' fpratal 'CAjf n troll or u J v NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. AN IMPORT A IT LAW SJAHK. Till! DECISION OP TUB COUHT. OnTiiPstiiv lnt, In Iho Provost Coart of Alexandria, Virginia. Juilga J. It. Frecso pre siding, llio following opinion was delivered ; and, hk It Involved principles which cannot lull to havn a verygreit Influence In th I'lilnio coniluctlng r llin war between the (5ovcrn-in-nl nml those, tu reliellli n against ll,v.itth nk proper In ptoseut it t'nllro to our readers : Oi-immn of thu Cobiit iv tub oamsi ok Bnwt.v.. Holmes t"(Jo, vs GYorcu K. Wltmot & Urns, nml Morris IiUulliiwr'll A !o , in ((.'orgi IC Wltm.-Vit linw , and Wltmti it Co. tn nn notion of ilt lit, the plaintiff praying the aid of the I'rovost (military) Court, hepatite ol I hi1 alleged fict Hi it two of llm defen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 November 1861

-WJi - . H1IW MM1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Daily, Sunday Eitepttd BY W ! Ml '""n c -"-" , Wolan, llitltor. - The publication offloe of th National limMvan Is at the northeast oornet of D and plinth stf-t, second floor, oyer W. D. Shep. tinnl'n store. Entrance on Seventh street. Saturday, Nounber 2, 1801, jyllenilltiB Hatter eTery page.- rORSIOlflltTKRFKRKKOK. The suggestion that England will go to war with u, or even recognize the Independence of the Southern Confederacy, for the sake of get ting cotton, does not appear to bo at nil prob able. It is, in the first place, exceedingly doubtful whether England woutd not be qulio pleased to be assured that not another pound would ever be ratal in the United States. Cotton Is an article which can bo raised within wide ranges of latitude, and most bountifully within the colonial possessions of Eagland. If the culti vation of cotton has not been enlarged In those possessions, It is because It has been cultivated chaper (quality consid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 November 1861

waMMwwwtwtBiajoWBUMwMi g'gr;1 ,'jisirosweflpwg ."''SSLMfi!iJM'ijiBJuiua;iii.'uummuiuinrrii , , rrlz: , r"" . . .- .5? , -WlX WWWPIII lgIIWPWWWWWWWWfPMWWWIWW TW..J- , ,ia " '" ' " LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers. Nearly Tin thousand flnples of the Kt'pt ! Itcan are olrcuUtod among the Healing poptil i tlon every day , besides tfaolarce number served to regular subsorlberi. Advertisers will tnko note accordingly. " The Odd Fellows' Library. Among the "Institutions" of our city lsone which has, wlthlu the last two yearn, sprang up so quietly us to have attracted little ivtten Hon, und yet so vigorously that it oati claim now tho right to ilom.ind lift nropcr position among s.ild "Institutions." Wo speak of the ' OJd Pell ws' Library," In tho h.illhn Seventh" street. Two years ngo It hail no oxlslonco. In November, 18.59, tli' llrstmovenienl was made; in Api II, 1800, tbo Library Association 1. u. u, r . oi Soldier, Spare that Horse I If wo are tn bellovo travelers, thoremo com munities of h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 November 1861

, mmun t jjiiiwt.m winum imiin - ' j- t f v k VIMS A T WTB l:in N i s IvivljVXi H.U& s jU'SJAVaa.j.s mi 'Tl j"T"j'T'fk '"mVij'tirlnt ofst Soldier. The correspondent of tha NeuvYork Tmi-.s wtlllnR from roolcsville. glres the followlpir Interesting description 6f tho burial of a sol " After tliolntr snmptaotnW on field barm mil tomatoes and tea In tho Doctors hospitn tent, I was about riding, off when tha Kid jioUi of a muineu uram ana ineaeaamircnieii upon my ear unci on goinff tnwuras tne enmp on th hill, I found that the. ftineraV.proccsslbn of soldier was on Its way to the regimen tal gravi - yard beyond the little stream which boiiml llio camp on too leu. Hiding on, I found gain ered about tho Iresuly-dug grave some twcnlv or thirty soldiers, whom mournful faces, til tcreil, worn uniforms, and listless air. bctokiT od an experience In tronble such as must bavn sorely tried their manhood s stamina. IJj lb side of the gravo were two others one of 0 W. Jackson, aj?ed 24, and the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 November 1861

i l "IIJ'"I imusmtammgMiMBKBiaisaiiMtm a I d..'2.1.'iun-ii'i..:.!.y.irtwt SHE. nmHHH9BHI lyublttiu. VOL. I. WASHINGTON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1861. NO. 290. i) , '..AS i : ' i'i'ii liiiBJantliiB iiiibi iiiibibbbSs' ' . i. !' 1 i. ri , f!4 v"' ' J - '"J ' , J. a 'l - " f Jptofal NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Little Willis Lincoln, boh of President Lin- ooln, 1i.ii sent us'the following vorses, wHlcli' arn qulto creditable, an a first effort, for one so young. We Insert tliem with pleasure, nnd hope that Willie's desire, as expressed In the last verse, will meet with a ready responao by the whole country. It should not be forgotten that the rebels gave Mrs. Jackson one hundred ITiousa nil doHnrj; Charleston alone giving twen ty thousand t YVasuinotoh, D. 0., Ootnber 30, 1801. DkarRik: I enclose you my flrttt attempt at poetry. Yours trnlr, William W. Lincoln. The Editor of tho National Republican. LINUS On the death or Colonel Kilnaid Ilaker. There was no patriot llko Baker, So noble and so true...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 November 1861

IX-JSfeBMgga hum nil I III I 'i I IN' K mmninis in unesmnsiu . -P ' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Ptbliihed Daily, Sunday Kieeptrd. HY W. J- MtJKTAMH OC Cleo. St. We.ton, KdltoT. . tr The publication office of the National Republican I Hi the northeast corner of I) anil Seventh streer, seoond floor, over W. DsShnp, herd' 't' ? Entrance on Seventh street. Monday, November 4, 1SGI. mr Reading Satin on every ptage.ta tf. SCOTT'S PROU TO TUB CAn. IKatT. TBB PAnTlite) SCENB. After the President read to Gen. Scott blc letter, the wax-worn veteran rose, and addrese' the President andCabloct.wbo had also risen, aa followa : " Pmsidcst : This hoar overwhelms me. J overpays all services I have attempted to ren der to my country. If I had any claims belore, they are all obliterated by this expression of approval by the President, with Ihe remaining support of his Cabinet. I know the President and this Cabinet well. I know that the conn try has placed Jta Interests In this trying crisis In safe keeping....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 November 1861

'-- - . IIL "" mmmmumuammmmBmammrnmmmm -Lm-I.,- 1 1 LiL ' . - - hi i ii i iii .. .. . mu.i i i ir -wiii' i wirwr-. - " ZiMuuAiamzswm&iirjL 2rssiisiMiii)f- " j-i- tOCA-lrNEWS. To Advertiser! Nearly tin thousand copies of iht iViiuh licnn are circulated among the flouting popul lion every day, besides tholarge mi ruber hoi vnl to regular lubaorlbers. Advertisers will take note accordingly! Presentation of a Sword to Oenernl McClellan. TUe sword recently voted to Maor (loneral McClellan by the City Councils ot Philadelphia, wastire'enled tolilm on Saturday night, at his hcaonuartors, by a coromlttee or the Councils. . headed by Stephen Denton, Esq., President nf the Select Council, who accompanied the pre snntatlnn with impropriate and happy re marks. In accepting the sword, General McClellan spoke as follows t "I ask you, air, to give my warmeat and deepest thanks to the honorable body you rep resent for this entirely unmerited compliment. I could thank you better If I thought tin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 November 1861

m m o n i i'w mua,i.'.ai.ilimlv.; iumimhU-ukwim '--J1' nfr rrr- ftv iTTir3iTrra0B; 'f MMtatt NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, The Cut Family in Kkntccky The dls 'union of families caused bv tbe war In the bor der Slates. It .Illustrated by the prof en t attitude C1t family. Captain Henry Clay, who has just received a commission m asitstnnt adjutant, unler Brig adier Generis Richard W. Johnson, ha young man of One abilities, a West Pointer, though not a gradnntp, and of tiDdonbted and strong Unftin sentiments. Ills position Is a very strange one, and is ono among the many romantic sto rles of the day. His grandfather wag tbe tag of Ashland, and his father died at Bnena Vista. Ills uncle. Jimes B. Clav. Is a violent seces sionist, now under bonds to appear for trial for ireaon. Anotncr uncle inomis, in tne uni ted States service Is re sponsible for tbo an pearance for trial of Jams B. Clay. VA brother, Thomas Clay, jun . ia on tho Btalf of General Beauregnrd. Ills' titer's bnsband, with whom youn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 November 1861

-,-t, JTwir.-wwMJti KyTP" V f"'" m '' "! ; Kiafnarr ,u,".it to r ."hn' ,i , , 'VOL. I. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, I NOVEMBER 5, 1861. NO. i"JII .ft atifliml NATIONAL REPUBLICp, The Flower of Liberty. BY OLITIKiriNDXLL I101MC9. Krora tin Atlantlo Monthly fur NoTembrr. What flower la this that fircota the inorn, Us hues from lioaven eo freshly born? With burning star and flaming brand It kindles nil the sunset land ; ), tell us what Its nmi may bo I Is this the Flower of Liberty f It Is tho bannor of tho free, The starry Flower of Liborty! In fctvairo n ituro's fir abode Us tonder seed our fathers sjowod : The storm-wlnda rocked Its swelling hud, Its opening loives were streaked with Mood, Till, lol earth' tyrants shook to seo Tho full-blown Flower of Liborty 1 Then h.tll tho bannor of the freo, The starry Flower of Liborty ! Heboid Its streaming rnys unlto One mingling flood of br.ililod light Tho red that Ares tho Southern rose, With spotless whlto from Northern snows, And, spangled o'er ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 November 1861

5srarsOTS,!WBS P NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Publiihed Dally, Snndayj Excepted, BY W. J. MIJltTAOH A OO. Oca. M. Wit. Krtltor. W The publication offlee of the National Ilepublican ! at the northeast oorner of D and Seventh street, seoond floor, over W. D. Bhep herd's atore. Entrance on Seventh street. Tuesday, November 5, 1861. 49-Heading Matin-on every pgeGt The Prauo Likds. See, outside, commu nlcatlon from lion. D. E. Somes, proposing a method of making the publlo lands Immediate ly available aa a basis for raising means for the war. TI1R CREKK8. The fact that there if a division among the Creeks, in respect to the policy of Joining their iortunes to those of the Southern Confederacy, is already known. Wo find in tho St. Louis Democrat, some extracts from Arkansas papers, giving details upon the subject which are Inter esting: Fruin Ins Little Bock True Democrat, Oot. IT. The Abolitionists feel that in losing the In dlan nations, they have let a bird loose. The; are making efforts to ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 November 1861

r--zviKssrpiir "Tfli '5S!!!!SQB3CT! .'jUv LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers. Nearly ton 'thousand copies of the JiVpuo lican ara olroulated among the floating popula tion every day.beildesthelAreonumberserved I to regular eubsorlbers. Adverllaor will take ' note accordingly. The Burning of the Washington Infirm ary. RIMOVAL or A LAKQB NUMDIR Or PATIKNTB A TAMMULK MUSEUM DESTROYED NKARLY $80,000 worth or rROPEivrr lost. Shortly after ono o'clock yesterday morning (lust after our paper bad gone to press,) tlio Washington Infirmary, situated on K street, between Fourth and Fifth, was discovered to bo on (Ire. The fire doubtless originated In a defective flue from the furnaoo, which was lo cated in the cellar under tbe addition which projected from the centre of the main building in the rear. Tbo flue was an old one whloh had been very poorly fixed up, and several porsons have recently expressed fears of a conflagration If It was allowed to remain thus Tbo rooms of the Bisters of Charity 'wero...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 November 1861

rosJ"imwj rsac n NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From the New Tork Journal of Commerce AHT INTElUOEvCI. The Fifth New Hampshire Battery arrived tn thli city on Friday moraine; on their way to Washington. Tho corps numbers one homirerl and fifty-one men, with one hundred and Thir ty fire horses, and has charge of four i Mad slx-pounders and two twelve-pound howltzirs, n battery wagoa. a forge wagon, and four bg gage wagons. The officers are: Captain A. Garish; Lieutenants Fred. M. Ed rells, E. II. llobb, J. Wardlelgh, and 11 F. Crondlck. The men breakfasted at the Park Barracks, and remimrd their journey without further de lay. The Tenth Hen'mont of Connecticut vulitn- teers came to town nn Friday In the steamers Uranlto tttatoand Alary uenton, rrom uariMra. They number 1,035 hardy men, well uniformed, and armed with Enfield rifles. la tho n'tor noon, a beautiful flag was presented to item by Mr. 8. B. Chittenden, on behalf of the " s'i n" after which ceremony the regiment proc (tied to Washing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 November 1861

SS25S5E KSZZX&n,. -Tfc"1 '35ttVB'giawiawnfrae fwswr P-jht ,n,yw ryrrtyfjrrfrn,y"''",-"''""'g x maw 'f atiail lUyitWiati t ... vr VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 18&1. NO. 292. b" 'tittv W'r(B J' W'l VH 1 I NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, From tin London tmstloan. MV SObDIKU SON. Tho suhjeot of the following poem Is Col. W. D. Qreene, of the Fourteenth regiment Massa ehusettM volunteer' , nnd nnir In command t Fort Albany, on the Potomac, opposite washing ton. He waa residing In ease and Independence at Paris, when the nowsofthe fall of Fort Sum tor came. On the receipt of that news, he Im mediately sont homo funds for the raising of a regiment of volunteers, and In the next steamer went himself, leaving his family to follow at leisure. On offering his services to the Govern ment, he was appointed colonel, having, when quite young, seen much military service In Florida, nnder Oenoral Taylor. The poem Is contributed by a relative of General Greene: In tranquil peace, In sunny ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 November 1861

-a:ixm ''"TTTff" """EaijriMgtvawii tmiMwmmwiM!MmKmMMwmKwwmimmmj. 7 i lemwusi Ian : -hs- ' $ i ! NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PuMWirJ Dailj, Snn.laj Liffpltil HY V. .1 MI'll'I'A'lH '). iii tlo. It. tVlm. fc-itltor. it- The publication office of the JVafioruii HrfutJtcan Is bI the northeast cornet of rt and Setentb st eet, second floor, over W. P. alien tiortt'x Kti Eiitranc on Seventh street. . Wednesday, November 0, 1S6I sg-llenillnir i" frrypi.-s To CoRiiE.iPONDk.MT;). No attention will hi paid to anonymous communication'. SLAVK8 AND TIIK WAR POWfc.ll. A writer In the New York Earning l'osl alter citing (quite unnecessarily, we think,) ex amples of the liberation or thi! flares ot enemli n proceeds to cite ln"lnnccs in our history, whore our general", with the stnetion of our I'rpsi dents, hare liberated the slaves of men, not en( mles of the Government, bat loyal. This writer says: " When the British army wis appropclilnp New Orleans, General Jackson proclaimed mar tlal law, suspended the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 November 1861

EEfflHJWWWWWiJJM -gij!35HK22E2E222522 Bf f .1 ( t i m LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers. Nearly tin thousand oopies r the frown licnn are circulated among the fliuiing popula tion every day, besides thelargenumher served to regular subscribers. Advertisers will take nots aooordlngly. Metropolitan Folic. Oemmliilancn. The Metropolitan Police Commissioners held a special meeting on Monday, and adopted tho uniform now worn by the New York Metropol Itan Police, which wan described In our paper ,0,mW8 okaslnce. Tho permanent police force will bo commissioned on Thursday next, but It is not llkdly that very many ohanges will be made, though this might be done In somi In statioes to a vory positive advantage Since tho temporary foroe has been In operation, they have made about three thousand two hun dred arretd. Assault and Battery, Herman Lang was arrested by Patrolman Loach for committing an assault and batter v n Patrick Crogban. Lang drive a wagon for Arny A Shlnn, of Georgetown, and went to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 November 1861

w-nwsu. ryMl!1!!' lWHFffWrWHPlliiMMi NATIONALREPUBLICAN. triiCAti ArtRlVAt.ot' A SrrciAi. Via uoRX'ro:nT raoK GKimur TM Angtbnrg Jjt Zriiuno, one of the oldcM and most .PxtensirA cf UbUshments In Germany, and a journal W paramount Influence In Germany and throtifrli out Southern Earope, has sent here a special war correspondent In the perron of Herr Otl.t Von Corvic i WiVrtblisH, who baa Jolt arrived In New Tork. and will at once proceed to I lu teal of wr. Ho 1" the first " special '' who bn been eeut across the Atlantic by a German Journal. IUniet. Troops Maklno their Wat into Khn rrcxr. The Cincinnati Commercial of the lt Instant, says that It la believed by an lntelll gent gentleman Jul from Ibe K'nawba region that a powerful force of rebels, compose.! of the troops that have been skirmishing in front of Gen. Rosecrans, are making their way ncrcs or around to Prestonburg, In Eastern Ken tucky, and that Gen. Lee la at their head. II this Is true, the attuatlon In Eastern Kentucky...

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