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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 November 1861

ETMfleytf T"i7fWprfflrsi'ifr vr tf -t??? UUpuHfrati; II llW a -J M'7, l ' 'i.: pin' ,( e. U "I.. ' , 'I VOL. I. WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1861. i M NO. 293. Ipttmwl NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From the London Once A Wek. CI VI I-K IlEliLtlM. " In this Tearful struggle) between North nn.l South, tliero nre hundreds if oases in which fatbera Hre arrayed against sons, brothers ngalhst brothors." American Paper. " Klfleman, shoot me n funcy shot Straight at the heart of yon prowling vldetle; Ring me a ball In the glittering spot That shines on his breast like an amulet I" " Ah, Captain 1 here goos for a fine-drawn hesilj There's muslo around when my barrel's In tunel" Craolc I went the rifle, the mosseDgor sped, And dead from his horse fell the ringing dra goon. " Now, Rifleman, eto.il through the bushes, and snatoh From your vlotlm some trinket to handsel II rst blood; A button, a loop, or that luminous patch That gleams in the moon like a diamond stud!" " Oh I Captain, I staggered, a...

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. — 7 November 1861

wt . A5Wi4A 'I "--i -Wi -JS-W1 NATIONAL RTOBLICAN. PnblUhtd Dally, 8nnday Eitepted, BY W. .T- MI'llTAOH A OO. i O.o. St. Wton. Kill tor. sr The publication offloe of the Miliar. lieptMican l ut the northeast corner of D in Heventh street, eoond floor, over W. D. She hard' store. Entrance on Seventh atreet. Thursday, November 7, 1SC1. 07ltcnrtlni( titMri'ii'i f very pagCi(9 To CDRBKarvsntNTH. No attention will bu paid to anonymous communications. KNGLAND. Tho London Post of Oct. 22, reports a dlntn i speech made by a member of Parliament, Sir. Jackson, to his constituents of tbo borough of Newcastle under-Tvne, upon American affairs. Mr. Jackson said: " I am truly glad to know thero Is but on opinion throughout the country respecting iIli differences that Is non-Intcrvcntlon. Ibell-vn my honorable colleague agrees with me In I ha . and I am satisfied Lord Derby and Lord I'al merslon are also Tally agreed upon It." It la this substantial unanimity of British opi -Ion which extorted fr...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 November 1861

WriHfflTEral rffBwaars8a c-n manMa va3a&aaust5K LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers. Nearly tim thousand ooploa of tlit icjiuo lican are circulated among the flouting popula tion every day, besides tbolargo number Korvr-d to regular lubiorlberi. Advertisers will t ike note accordingly. Ornntl Lodge of Masons of the Dlttrltt of Columbia At the annual mooting of the Grand Lodgo of Masons of the Dlstrlot of Columbia, held yes terdny, tho following officers were elected lor tbo enaulng Maaonlo ye ir : 0. F. Btansbury, Grand Master; O. A. Hull, Deputy Grand Master; L. D. Glllmun, Senior Grand Warden; J. E. Bolraead, Junior Grand Warden; C.Caoimaolc, Treasurer ; Willi nn M. Smith, Grand Secretary ; H. N. Htcel, Grai d Visitor and Lecturer; Rev. B. N. Hlpca, Grand Chaplain; J. P. Acker, Grand Marshal; S. A. II. McKlm, Senior Grand Deacon ; 0. Alexan der, Junior Grand Deaoon ; J. Belahaw, Grand Sword-bearer; J. II. Bood, Grand Pursuivant ; T. Creaaer, Grand Tiler. MASONS AND TUB BIBELLtON. The f...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 November 1861

- , Vn3K-4iMWBtTCVC " m sw -HtHW NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. A Peep Into ths Sheik'" Harem. After a Ultlo mysterious whispering, we wen asked If we sboul.l III"- m vhlt "the home, thli being Ihe only Uum by which It Is permit ted to allude to Ihe IVmalo portion of the i fam IW. VoffUdljrwnted,thoiiRh feeling ndoob as lo the kind of Interview wo should have our Arabia being limited to live word!, and, til couw, these ladles speak no other language At thin moment two fine little boys run Into tin court, sons of our hoil, about seven and foul jours old. They were iplendidly dressed, aiic? each had a superb alsrctte of diamonds In hU fez; both had t'n Ir fin ilieplr stained Willi antimony. Oorionpi n i' and nil tho other men now weiu ua, and we were left alone with tho Sheik, who, opening a door at the cm! of the court, Introduced m Into a room fir more European In Us fuculture than any of tin other. The floor was covered with a bright colored velvet carpet: n four post bed, wllh muslin curtai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 November 1861

cJjwbbbsiBmsii twnamiin mmmuUMMMjait .mUiJUWKtU'mMXmuMivrwmtmm HIITr iMHIH I mil in n mm !' II Tin amino- Hicmntii . - - .jaa iVSi ssgsp? " --' -'l trsaj wasst nfwuutjwai'iriii ,,'07 A'7 JLWiW H' tpw i ti- I 1 .1 I att0ual $t$ublitm. : i! 1 if , i- 1 VOL. I. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1861. NO. 294. .. i it NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. rilE COUNTERSIGN. Alxnt the weary hours pass slow, The nlsht is very dark and still, And In tho marshes fur below I hear the bearded whip-poor-will; I scarce oan see a yard ahead, My ears are strained to catoh eaob round I hear the leaves about me shed. And tho springs bubbling through the ground. Along the beaten path I pice, Whore whito rags mark my sentry's truck; In formless shrub? I seem to trace The foem.ui's form, wllh bending back; I think I see him crouching low I slop and list I stnnp and peer, Until the neighboring hillocks grow To groups of soldiers far and near. With ready plooo I wait and watch, Until my eyes lamlllar grow, Detoot each harm...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 November 1861

Km ZB&FZZM iin..ianMwnwini . vmm-mm wytw wwnw y fr-'-y , , "-!'"'- W-CCEK7X NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, . Published Dally, Sundays Excepted, BY W. J. MUKTAGH OO. (leo. M. We ton, Kdttor aw The publication office of the .Yalicmni Republican Is al the northeast oorner of D ami Seventh street, necond floor, over W. D. She) herd's ft' re. Entrance on Seventh street. Friday, November 8, 1861. 49" Rending T utter on every pRe.- To'CoBREsroNDKiTS. No attention will be paid to anonymous communication. THE WEEKLY NATIONAL BEPUBLICAN, Published this diy, f of oxtraordlmry luter est. It contains all the war news of Ilia week, together with the latest Intelligence from Rich mond, and other important Southern points: tbe charges against and partial defence of Gen Fremont; the retiring of Gen. Scott, and hi departure from the city, and tbe scenes inci dent thereupon; news of the Great Expedition: Correspondence between Dr. Baker and Col, Colburn; Incidents of the Battle of Bill's Bluff: Poetry; Fore...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 November 1861

r;j BgOTBBawwwwa 'J33Kr3 wffBwgaawiii!WWBi LOCAL NEWS. Co Aalvtrtlatrt Nearly nut thousand oopUs of the ftqnl). (lean are circulated among the fliutlns popula tion avary day, beildestbeUrge number servad to regular tubaorlben. Advertiser will tako note acordlnly. Tbe Hflasmatle Fever. II Is known In this city, especially by mir old resident physicians, that, at this period of tint year, a disease known as the " mLismailr fever " makes Its appearanoe, and often prove fatal. Unless proper remedies be at once up. piled, It will bring on chills and fever", .mil the patient will gradually sink under IKeifrcts, until he Is wholly unable to perform hi ri.illv avoontlon. The miasma Is an emanation I mm the surface of tbe earth wherever thoro Is vegetation, moisture, and heat equal t" ubout eighty degrees, and Is the primal ciuto of many disease which simultaneously destroy numerous victims. It makes Its appearame, at first, In the form of agues, fevers, ularrhooa, dysentery, griping, or oth...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 November 1861

;-u. x i.uim tifefwsi jrwormdes nnt?i: -vTtisvrftSw.VC rjif . .. . v ., - T .,. - .;- -rZI&PEZXr. h .-. . tfcZlrU r vi -t-" . " -M BrM)4iMJiaVT NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. t, How Unmb-'Sliella are Dlmli TU) manufaclnru of bom') shell? I very In tcrfsilnn;. Tun shi'll Is Ant fllttd. with o'i' fashioned round le 'df i bullets; meltcJ mlnNi' In than poured in lo 1111 up the Interstice", at il bind the bullets In one. solid ma."; the fhell 1 then put n,i Into a kind of lathe; and n cjllj iirlcal hole of the exact si7,n of the orifice i' the shell In bored through the bullet unit iulphnr. The cavlly 19 filled with powder even wit' the Interior edge of lh" or!fic", a Kit inch she!' of the kind here described, holding about hil n pound. The fae fitted Into the orifice l a re cent Belgian Inventl'm, raid" of pewter, atn resembles ,lii Mie nude ii r Iho paten' fruit cans An rxa:iuciil on of this pewter c " shows, however, tint It U made cf two bollon dlc of metal sctevrn.l ielher, nnd filled wi...

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

1. J KW&f&B3SWtouivjMJwt:i.WJ2l-An atttftwl $t$nhlxtmJ& 1 ) i i VOL. I. WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1861. NO. 295. l NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For IheNatlonat Republican. THE TKAITOR'3 WOUK. In lonted Held wo lie tn-day, And hourly drill nnd toll; Tha nun with bright aulumnal my Look down on civil broil. In flerce array, with armed away, Wo hold tho " aaored soil." Where onop was wood and fruitful Held, Now stands the whitened tent;. The wonted crop no mnro thoy yield; With strife the l.ind is rent; And armed men their weapons wield, On bloody warfare bout. Ynn noblo stream, n yeHr ago, Was white with pe.iooful sails, And v, eallk her mansions grand could show, Among these hills and vales; The faithful negro draw the hoe, With Jokes and merry titles. Deserted now tho houses stand, The fields aro trodden b.iro; And rbbel tUinsJIio stroam command No vessel pttssos tbore; Tho blight of war Is o'er tho land, Itsmuslo In the air. Ah ! why Is this, this wanton waste, Of prope...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 November 1861

rmiU-dWBWWHW rtJ-. J - sj"- ftf " ill A' JMM" u V NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pnbtihfd Daily, Snnilayi Excepted, BY W. .1- MJIKTAQH A OO. l Geo. SI. We.tn, Kdltor. Mr The publication office of the jVafioiyti htjmblican Is at the northeaM oorner of D hi Seventh street, second floor, over W. D. She y herd's iitore. Entrance on Seventh street. Saturday, November 9, 1861. SWtUadlax Mtir vry !(-ti . I To CiuuMro.MjSTS. No attention wltl pM to anonyoiooj e'oauuaalcntioD. TKX TV,OJ 07 THX CQtnriST Thu Loudon nme, of October it, says la 1 Siiaautaliuliulu: " Tho MMunpiiua of gold remittances to the tTiuUni S tuti to i n'lIiriUr, bat wholly untiu uiirtwtt, hurt. Thn wrtilaiy U just as strong a itvur lii.it if tins wircoatlnuff, not merely sh.ill vu wilimst i Jrila of specie from that counlrj hut it suspension of ca-h payments. Tho Gov ernment expenditure is at thereto of a hundred tnillwcs sterling per annum, and when it took only fifteen millions, and with nil their peopl eoiriced to the utmost in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 November 1861

3&33R4&4 JF?FnQRWwi-'3-.w -4,-vj-a t tPWrMKRtV)MnWU.(iMJWiA M i,' LOCAL NEWS. To AdvcrtlMn. N.arly tim thouaand copies of the Repub lican are oiroulstf.d oon the floating popula tion every day.besldes thelargo numher.emd to regular lubsorlbers. Adversers will take note accordingly. Insane Ho.pUsW. GoiKRNiicsT Hospital for ths Insjnb, Mar1 Washington, D. U October 15, 1801. At a mee'lng of Ihe Board of Visitors, held -this day at the UosplUI, lie following pream ble and resolution, ottered by Dr. John B. Ulako, wero unanimously approved; and It was directed that they bo included In llio roco d nl the proceedings at that meeting, and that tho Secretary transmit a copy of them to Major French: Whoreas It hai this day come to tho knowl edge and under the observation of the Board that the publio roads belonging to the United Slatos leading from the navy yard bridge, on the right towards the hospital, and on the lofi towards Good Hope, are being widened, graded, and graveled, and ...

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

JC.. ) i ffliSna,f)...7- TP!sir "3?'T75K i i .; i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN.- Oar Gurnets sere Full. Thirty years ago and leas, breadstuff's were sent from Buffalo westward, to supply settlers In that wilderness wh clt is now the garden and granary of the Union. Tho first shipment ol wheat from Chicago wa made in 18J8, und coiulsU'd of less tbau two thoittaud bushel' Ltm than twenty years afterward (In 1853) tho shipments of grain from Chicago amounted to over twenty millions of bu-hels. Tha receipts of grain and flour at Bufmlid mis year, nave been largo beyond precedent, and show not only how tho productiveness ol the great West 1ms been Increase 1 by the stont arms of freemen, hit' ! lm- greatly Provi dence hasbltsscd nir crops tn this year of our need. By the tabla ghen below, It will "be neen that the receipts ol flour and grain nt Iluf. lulo during tho monl'j ot October just past, were nearly throe times, as great as the receipts lor 1858, uud nearly twice us much lis those nl last ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 November 1861

twml tfnblmn: f rj. at rti i le. r 10 .! 11. ritita , -t,-J J . VOL. I. WASHINGTON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1861. NO. 296. !Srxr2rr5f-"e I T ' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THE STANDARD BEARER. rBOM TUB OEBM1N Wlion floats the standard o'er the tented plain, Ills lonely watch the minstrel Knight Is keep Ing, And thus beguiles the time with tuneful strain, Ills sllvor lute with mailed. Angers sweeping : " The; ladye of my love I may not name ; I oinnot hope my love will be requited ; Yet I will (Wilt for Freedom and for Fame, lloneatli the banner wlwre my vowi wero plighted." the night is gone ; the battle oonrn with day Deltoid the bard surrounding foes defying ; It?d oarnago marks his progress through iho fray, While "till be singi amid the dead and dying: " The ladye of my love I must not name j I daro not hopo my love ean bo requited ; Then let m die for Freedom and for Fame, Beneath the banner whore our vows were plighted." The Bght Is won ; Death, sated, quits the field ; Yet still Iho fai...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 November 1861

-, , W The publication oflloe of the A'alionnl lieptMican Is t the northeast corner of 1) and Seventh street, second floor, oyer W. D. Bhep herd's store. Entranoo on Seventh street. Monday, November It, 1801. 7-llesullnu in'irrm vry page. -TO To CoRMsroxDivrs. No attention will be paid to anonymous communications. Confiscation. Some Northern men owning property down In Dixie grew weak In the knees when the confiscation act was passed la tint delectable region. Some flew to their posses slons, which were dearer to tbem than their honor, hoping, by their prerence In Davlsdom, to save their personal and landed property. Others did not go, because of their Inability to do so, and many, no doubt, are parsing ns luyal citizen, because, perchance, they could be nottlag else. It most be consoling to such, ns well as to the strictly loyal who have really suffered by this unnatural rebellion, to know that the confiscation act of the rebel Govern meut will not lie tolerated or recognized by th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 November 1861

.l LOCAL NEWS. To AdTtrtlur. Nearly tkm thtusand copies of the R.imb Ham ure circulate among the flouting poptrin tlon OTery day, besides thelnrfio number ervr.il to regular subscribers. Advsrllsors will tako nolo accordingly. r Htis Chestr,.?, Tho debut of Miss Josephlns Chostnoy, nt our Theatre, on Friday last, as Constance, In " Tho Lovo Chase," was adecided hit, 0 resit as hart been the expectations of her autoes, indulged in by those who had notod her poises Sinn of all the requisites fur it first class aotress, they were more than fulllllcd. Willi Inlmllablo naiwtte, aha rendoreil the senile, in whloh Conitanoe sarotlcally Jokes Wlldrake on his endeavor to mastor tho iiollio accomplishments of dancing, walking, and singing; and her description of the hunt was so vividly drawn, and spirited, that even the mot languid rooking even oaught a spark from her outlmslnsm, and burst into light. Iter acting in the Boene In which Wildrakc, (toseo, by tho manner of her reoeptlon of it, If...

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

yjCvI.,.s..3jy KTiTtifJp.-. fTi. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Anecilote of Kvlmuntl K.ian. Mr. UrJward Paul, who I lhL'?'0" c.'.,m'" -spondent or the New York lUtutraMl Ami, relates, In a recent l-ner. the following iin.-c- Ilr Lewis who li been connected with Drury Una for m-nr years, told me a chaiu. terUtlo anccdole of Edmund Kean, which h a never appeared In print, ond which you ill II bare. It eeems that the great tragedian nl Charles incledon.tha popular ringer, were u i Jay walking In Bond Btreet, when they w-e met by Lord Essex, who bowed distantly to Kean, albeit they were on terms ol Intimate friendship Th ni' d ly Kwin found a note at the theatre Ir in my lord, deetrlng him to call at his house, lie went, and, contrary lu the usual custom una ushered into the library, where Lord E-sex it-celved blm. 'The uul formalities over, the uoblemau iui to the tra gedian, " My dear Kean, you will pardon mi-, Yiu know how greatly I odmlre your genius, but I was startled yesterday on seeing y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 November 1861

rm ISU-W4M33 gxaiwAJ-JnaUi.'1iJinuitnuat3mm atiwsrf lUpulffiSti, 4 ffu il.fT) . nt 11,, VOL. I. WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1861. :Na297. , NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, tor th Httlootl BtpuUleaa. YOU AND I! We have plighted faith foretver, You and 1 1 We have sworn no fate shall sever You and 1 1 Young and poor, uncaring whether Life bring stnrm or sunny weather, So we only walk together, You and I ! We've no dowor of titled Kroatnoss, You and 1 1 Naught of fame or wealth' olatonoss, You and I ! Spirits flttod for cndo.evor, Toll, our only worldly levor, And a faith that f.illoth never You nnd 1 1 Prudent friends m ly frown upon us, You and 1 1 Say that loving has undone us, You and 1 1 Say 'tis llttlo less than madness, Thriftless marriages bring sadness; But tboy cannot shade our gladness, You and 1 1 All the wide world Is before us, You and 1 1 But a tender father ' o'er us, You and 1 1 Young and poor, uncaring whether Life bring storm or sunny weather. Wo will tread the world tote...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 November 1861

ynvvi. u7s. vwi.:i;tii. :,i;:.--...:jrMt 'VJtAU' i-wrrksrwirKsnniffiir.ir. ir--wtfit NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Ppbllnhfd Daily, suinla) Hmplri! MV VV. . MIIU'l'Af'H .X 0 Oo. v. "' w-.tlloe. ;V srsr Tho public itlon office of the A'ruuw. 1 SfpiWicnn Is "l the northeast cornet of D n 'I eleventh street, second floor, over W. n. SI tiertl'o "'ore. Entrance on Seventh street Tuesday, November 12, 1861. $& lleadlsaar Hatter on every page.- To CoK.iEMMNDk. !!. So uVentlon will lie paid to anonymous communications. MATTHIAS POINT. We learn from a gentleman of Intelligent and character, who left Point Thomas ('In mile below Port Tobacco) at eight o'clw k yesterday morning, that at eight o'clock on n e previous evening (Sunday) Col. Graham, it the Fifth (Excelsior) New York reglrmnt, (Sickles' brigade.) crossed over to MatlM u Point with four hundred men. Nothing li.nl teen heard of the result of the movement wli u our informant left Point Thorns, but a confi i gratlon on Mtlhtas Poll t was v...

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

ff&?mimviniULLU wuaSMUUOiluVAiiuu AJuunr. IK.HWVUI'. "" .-.ar- 'wwyaaritwMi A LOCAL NEWS. To Anvartl.er Nearly tkh theumnd coplee i f ihu It ( luian urn circulated among the ili.,tlmr .i put a tloneyery day,beldeUlarg(3 numbers- ryil( to regular lubacrlberf. Advertisers will i-i' note accordingly. CITY COUNCILS. lloinn or Aldirvkn. i ha Board of Alder men met last evening at the usual Lour lull wr chamber. The President laid before the Board the fol lowing nominations, wbioh were confirmed : It. 8. Crogln,as pbyulclan for tho sevcih a'huI ; and T. Boawelf, apothecary fur the same. Also, a communication from tbe Mayor, mi ml atltg John 8oef,ird,Jun., for Trenmirer of Publlo Bobools ; Augustus Lucas, as 8oacnk(ir for llrst ward ; ncd John It. Poarce, as ecavei -ger tor seventh ward; which nominations whip confirmed. Mr. Moore presented a communication fr. in T. SI. Harvey In relation to Improvement ui xtreets with oyster shells s referred to i lie Committee on Improvements. Mr. Br...

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

v- .wrt'h'. wtt urjJjJ?rijMisa3: ,1,-iv.,. sacrosww .-J l "W.TVv " t,r. - nfiP-W "iX- i(,i- NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. TIH-TSTAGK. Jkn.nt Limi Willi the iinnoiin 'emi'ntnf II, retirement of Glulla flrlsl from ft proo-faint. that has crowned Imt llf with, laurelr, com. th( pleassntcr ou of tho re-appearance x Jenny Llnd Gold'chmidt. After na absents of nearly -wren ynrs, the labors of which h-iiv been dwntrd to the tame of charily and mi r cy, wh'e'i bsv mad-i her almost an itlol in Hi heart 01 the Knjllfh people, she returns to tli sect e of her former triumphs The occast.i selected for her re-appearuncn was at a char't bin performance at Eteler II ill, in aid of tm nonary labors among the poor and dejtauVd of tbe rubnibs of London. Tho whole of tli receipts Wi-ie t In1 j! wr fur the complcttoi of a church -'over Ihellonlt-r." Mondelsolm' "EHjih" wa selected lor tho occxlon, aid was rendered with n bind and chorus of up wards of fire hundred performers. (It (' success of Madame Ocild'Chra...

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