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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 November 1861

anWMlM'm"Mfffi 'iiftjiyvwi ifciwn aJealgJAl'li.AgTOTl Ktionil liyublirau ;! VOL. I. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER i3, 1861. NO. 298. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. In Memory of Edward J). Baker. BT BAYA1U) TAYLOR. Oh. fallen hero, noblo friend, 'Tin not the friend I mourn In thee, Though called, in mid-career, to end Thy shining ooune of victory. I darn not grlove, for frlandsblp'8 sake, ' To know thy soldier's knell In rung That shame or glory ne'er shall wake The sliver trumpet of thy tongue ; That dim the oye whose lightning seared The traitor, through his brazen mill ; That lips, whose smllo of swoetnesa oheeroil Our darkest day, aro cold and pale. No selfish sorrow Ills thoo now. And we who loved thee stand aside While she, our Mother, vails hor brow And In hor grlof forgets her prldo. When half the stars of honor fade Thatgemmod her banner's morning sky, She sees them triumph, who betraved, And he, her truest chieftain, die 1 When low ambition rules the land, And patriots play the tra...

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. — 13 November 1861

SSSSSsBSVr- iEWfW . aMl idliHlflJJll, V.V-J Wf MU--l. , is. vr W r -m- ilW r tt f . - TC.rmMt. i i i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PublUhcri Dully, Sntiilayj Kiecpltd, BY W. .7. MURTAOll'.V OO i Uo. !tl. V Inn. Killtnr. kt The publication "(nee of the JVationa ftrpubltcan Is at the northeast cornoi of T urn" Seventh street, seoond floor, over W. I) Shei hsrd'ast re. F.ntra-ioe on Beventh street. Wednesday, November 13, 1801. .....,. itimitl.v COTTON. I TI1K RAHtifmi o. Oa the 26th of October, the amount of E.l We call (he special attention of our army India cotton known at Liverpool to be at sea, ren.iers to mo suc-.oiueu ,u, w, - - .. t.. .., . pLn.l. was 1G6.000 bales. Into number of Iho Coarlclon JJeWirj It II MU Vf) T J mujih I " " I against 33,000 bales at the corresponding date W Rearllng ! at r on rvnrjr pagr.'tja To COBMri)NDi.sTM. No utieotlon will li paid to anonymous communications. Important From Kentucky! A LONG FIGHT AND A GHEAT VICTORY. The War Department received the followin...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 November 1861

wemiamm wmwmnrfwiavt.'Wiiwr. LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers Nearly tin thousand oopiea m "e It ; .1'. luan nre clrotilatml among the Dn fmz ;. . lion every day , besides, tbelarge nmo i.r r 8 r to regular subscribers. AdTtrlTSMlfx will 1 ii note accordingly. The Barney Divorce Cnae. The urcnmont of Mr. Pnvldge, on bn' .iir cif the respondent In tnlj case, which w.is mm meiK'oii i'i) Monday, was concluded yostunlii In relation to tho Iowa dooree, Mr. I), denied that tho court there bad any Jurisdiction ni'lli" partita, and, therefore, that It was a nullity lie alno quoted various authorities to ilinu that, as the father, Mr. B. Is the guardl m, li common 1 iw, of his minor children end t1 oh property, entitled as suoh to possession; .1111! tint Dim court has no authority to itppulii during liM lifetime. ' On tho p. Intof aulbnrlty to turnout by the orpli 11.4' court, he hold that even If It bad such itultiorlty, the evldonoe In the case doo iiot Justify suoh aotton, as It does not sustai...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 November 1861

" " '-';gft i,iii.jsriiYlM.I.SVaa,rnaftS. :rsgsnavjaWzzaKU4iWRmww VWffWPBWIFIpill-'l JIM IL JIISJll I gV.Ut-E'V''-1"""""'' r in inniii i iirTrrT"r'"r'""" "" ' .n Jl llfl"Ti v " I -H.. WW I.I . . , , k , wlf-, , w MRyvruj:,i ;;.. 1 1 i H ) NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Mar nbont Port Hoynl anil Beavtirbri. Port Royal entrance Is an Inlet from the A lantlo, In latitude 32 dcR. 8 ralu. N. fifty mil.' southwest of Charleston, and Oltecn mild nnrl'i east of Tybeo Inlet, tfn entrance of Savantmli river. The opening from the Atlantlo Is be tween Elding Island and, Hilton Head Isla,- it. and at that point Is about three miles will . The prolongation Inward of Port Royal e trance ' called Broad River nd Port Rovnl River. Running un this for about twentv-ilvu miles, being off eastward through the Coo'aej River, and coming out to the Atlantlo aga n thrnnah St. Helena Sound, yon have an lrregu lar area of about twenty-five miles by fifteen. This amphlhl'tts region i cut ip liy numerous rivers, croeks, a...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 November 1861

-- $t$ublitm. VOL. I. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1861. M NO. 299. MEtimtal NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, L.ITKST FROM THE SOUTH. Wo present from late Southern paper?, th." following Interesting summary of the currmt ncns In Dixie: Captain Semmei In Europe, The following evidently has reference M Captain Semmes, of the privateer Sumter, where mysterious arrival In England has nl ready been mentlonel: A Richmond correspondent of the Savanna't Aewi fays a certain noted captain, will known In Savannah and Charleston, will ponn turn up In nigland, and subsequently on the high sen, as ma'tor of a large and powerful privates, carrying the flag of the Confederate Sulci'. It is not necessary to stat In whit manner an l by hat means the Yankee blockade has been thus contemptuously violated. A gentleman o. dl Mlngulslifd family, well known In Georgia, accompanied the captain referred tn, aud will, no doubt, worthily represent his SUto on tin deck of a privateer. Saih. Cmtr. HmcsiMtmaE The Richm...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 November 1861

A'iiliiAjiih.i pr-i IHIPI ( t li NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Pnblihid Daily, Sunday. Excepted, UY W. J MtJRTAGH & OO. Geo. St VVeiton, Kdltor. gr The publication offloa of the National Hepublican Is at the northeast oorner of D ami fieventh street, seoond floor, oyer W. D. Bhep herd' l"re. Entrance on Seventh ttreet. Thursday, November 11, 1861 aw Heading Matter on every page.Ta TO Cotintsl'tlMlKsTS. Nil sit BUtloU will be paid to anonymous communications. TI1K NKW8. It will be seen by our telegraphic columns, that the reported great victory of Gen. Nelsnn. In Kentucky, I fully confirmed In all rcsps ct. Gen. N. Is a lieutenant In the navy, acting . general of volunteers. The burning of railroad bridges In Eist Ten neeee, by the Union men, seems to be con firmed. Four bridges on the East Tennessee railroad, north of Knoxvllle, and one on the ami mad at Charleston, seventy-five milt" south of Knoxvtlle, are par icularly mentioned A bridge on the Louisville and Nashville road. toitlh of ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 November 1861

KAJaMeUSWXSStSaMSlfSlslSK LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers Nearly tbk theuwind ooplen of th. im(c lican uro olroulato J among tho fli.illr.n v , j i lion every dKy.besld.a.theUrgoniiinl.i'r nerved to regular ubBoribor. Adverllsors will tile note accordingly. The Courti. Tho circuit court w, yesterday, occup'cd In the consideration of the long-contisti'd ou-f of Zcplunlah Jones vs. Ann Dermott, In wliloh he sups for payment for services rendered In tho original construction of the Avenue llnuso oorner of Seventh street and Pentisylvinta avenue. Joseph II. Bradley, sen., appnarir.u for the former, and J. Carroll Brent for tlir lattor. Tho case was at one time declilod ti' favor of Mr. Jones by this oourt, but was c.ir ried up to the Supreme Court bvthecouu-ol lor Mrs D., who romanded It back to the circuit oourt for Its further consideration. The orphans' court vim, yesterday, ongagod In granting letters of administration, &o. It will also be in session to day. ii ii ' Masonic Funeral, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 November 1861

ny 'r y .T"'.;TH,"-a'rwiijyvVi)i-"lT'-' ywmnm&ttft .. !''. .' -V3UJ --trlfjPCSirl' I ' "MS WWW n SMUMiWtliMMiw I . I ! I l w II I I !, I r t NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. I From the Evening Post THE VOLUNTEER'S MOTHER. Ha Is my boy. mr only h'T ! His rVtlier died !'"' J-" Knn0 T And little hive I kn ' n of Joy But gailt'g on hi dart bluo eye. 'Tin lighted now tth higher glow j Ilia country calls him J let him go I He neve grieved me; tondor, kind, Btrni (, loving; full ot hope and grape; Mr life was In hl own entwined : My heart but irlrrorod back his face. With (tern rcaolve lie seeks the foe ; Ilia country calls him ; let him go I How often I have sit beside Htm sleeping ; e nawlng 'round his head Those rich, brown locks, my pralso, my pi'd And now tho oarth rauat bo his bed. 'Tls wrong to grieve for this, 1 know. His country calls him; lot him go! Ah, In how many hearts this etrlfo Is waged In prayer, by prayer Is won ; There Is the wood, the tiro, tho knife, And for tho Menace -ourao...

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

MJMll3MMfaOTWg8JM M. MM I faiafaaMUi IfpttflOTtL VOL. I. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1861. NO. 300. Wfttioml ' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. r For tb Nation Republican. COL. K. D. BAKER. Tl e Riill.mt old man of the eloquent tongue Ilnth boldly hli life laid down; In the hearu of all freomen his pralaea are Bung Ho hath won him allying renown 1 And ever, from nut the darlc abyss of time, Till the moon and the stars are grown dim, In full sounding chant, and in musical chin e, Khali honor ho meted to Mm. And Justly for statesman, ho brooked nut ro pose When treason waxed deadly and strong, Bui sought the wild conflict, n Brutus to those Who plotted the foulest of wrong. Where thundered the battle, whore sounded tho fray, Whore flowed tlin bright torrent of blond, There smote he the foomnn, a Hon at bay, Booming fear with the scorn of a god. Forsaken by hopo In that terrible time, Whose horror no language can toll, He moved to his fate with mien so sublime That, weeping, wo ciy " It is ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 November 1861

- v f M,if'BK'ftf,"-i--r .-.. -y v-- rj H' 1 if. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. rublinhmi Dtiily, Siinilnj Excepted, UV W .1 Mi II I'A'tU " oo. Uen. M. Wctuii. H,.lltit. a- riir pnli'. ' m of lb iVaiioi.,1, fVjmMu 'in I" i ' ''"- 'I cornri of P - " .event!' 'r." I. iteewnl floor, over W. D. 8i l,ri'j store. Entrance on Kevonlh street COt.. COCIIRAWK'S SPKKCII. Wo wore In holies that wo should bo able this morning tn print a corroot copy of Col. Cochran's entire address, but And wo c umot do so, but to gratify the public, mid rnitlsfy the Kenoral demand for his vlos on the slaver question, hs Involved In the prosent contest, Wf I lh(, i0ftnnkT (J inT.il, by uipolntnv tr '0 The Nntlonnt Mall flint MllltntT Il'll- wil InlMuii Hi ' urili uml W liln tnn. A depu' i in i ol . i f 1 i mi'l ('illi iiii'i. '"' Wivhlnglon nnd (Jo ngotnwrt jot 'rdi) morn ing welled upon t layorif W.ihingh n ntul Friday, November 15, 1861. tr llfmtlng Mstleron everf pagFl To Cohiiksimndk-its. No attention will le pihl to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 November 1861

T- itmsmimmtmnxaaMxmtmmet LOCAL NKWg. I'o AilvcrtUeri TkN I ItllllhHIld Mlln lit I ,Ji' Nnur itxi.tarni r( uialed among tlin n Jiirjjt )'. i- nnri overyil.iv herldcathelargoi) inhcrm- ') in rp.'ulnr Kiibncrlbor. AdTerlw-i ni tip nlo soonrdlnRly. S Tim Pr.lldint'a Guaril M tlin nanus of th reRlra.nt lately nil hurlp I tn lin ntlpc'l In the District of Ooluiuhin. fni In in.- iirolortlnnj iird tho recruiting " Hi r (.iiiuni In Bcommnncfed with groat mlr t, n I nun . n Hlryls belnjt displayed for tint i Mm i r r Kit company. The officers mi far up noli toil o.mprlso tho best military talent tin' bMrli i haa over produced. Major Jnmni I! Stow irt. i ho commanded the Washington ni"l IWlim if haltallonln Moxloo, after thn fill I tho 1 ini i pi Witbnn; Captain Jamea I' Rhnlt i , m nicerfifColonel Roberta's Fen m'r n u Von 'nd In Mexico, lately first lleutm nit i i nnip my A, and adjutant of the Second lwtlal i n i -tri. tur Columbia volunteers: Captain J inn a Nlfholaa Callan, formerly comm...

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

TrwrTBg3WHrwyjfc' rTV 4 g,3"aeMiHHIm'r NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tak STBtvoni ok the ExrM)iTiir. The foi lowing; Is Iho Dumber ami iliscrlptlon of ili vtsels comprising tho expedition: Naval vessels, 20; steamers 2; ferry bonK 2; steam transports, 23: Halliug vessels, !W; steamboats,;. Original strength of Ibe flW leaving Hampton, 84. Deduct Lielvlclere. tv turned disabled ; Florida, returned dlsnbl k ; (Jomm',dnre I'erry, returned disabled. E'ba i Allen, n-narated Irom the Beet; 0. M. Pe'll sparteii from the Heel; union, ashore in u-; Ocean Express, asboro in gale. Gun boat ( . t named.) disabled In action; Run-boat, (in t named,) aground: Governor, disabled: Isaio Smith. nitlng Giivtrnor -11. Total In iu-tlon,-73. WRFCI. OP TIIK FllKVCII StKAMFR ClTlvl'T (not the Cleopatiu) Lieut, l.owry. ol ill Underwriter, reporU that, late In the afternoi i ot the Cth instint, he discovered a lar,.o ln. wheel steamer ashore on the south brekr f Ocracoke Inlet, one mile Irom the beach I'oitsmouth It ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 November 1861

f, '" v TBliutMttJWgiJgmVMJtffXttyaBaffJMW ftatiwrcl VOL. I. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1861. NO. 301. fi ' " " " ' ' ' " - ..p.h - (J y u ' -Mr. '.;U' .. ,;, gijiiWxatt; . NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. INTERESTING DETAILS or TUB SOUTH CAROLINA AFFAIR. i llio following Interesting and griplilc nc count of the nlT.Ir at Beaufort, wa copy from tli'i HVM, whose ppoclal correspondent nccom p.tiiltnl the flvt, ami wltncavil tlm action: AUUIVI. AT TUB SCKMi OK ACTION. Wi- nrrlviil tit I'iiti UojtjiI on giiininy even Ipr. November 11, belli,; fuii'i' twelve honri In Hilvunoeol thellei't. tin iiilrmiuanbipsof which tltil nut heave lntihi imlll the following morn ng. On tluiurrlvjlul'ihe Wubali, (Jutnmoilori Dupont onlerwl in lo leuv the llnimlywliie uirl run .lnwn tn 'nv.iiitri'i hi feucb ot th lrii?nUi Stlilii", which wulintl order to tow up Reinir unnlile to ilnd her, hnwevtr. we returned but were iieiln i nljn d link tn cnilo for her diirliir the enmW liiulit. On fur returu, we wceiuined ...

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

'tciisAm.i9iiit-iteriemf V&.M L.vi'ztszzrzz aSSi-"-ill,TWi,!- m,m r ! i.rwrR',wTniiiviri S! JIAT.UNALjtEPUBUCAN, Publinhtd Dally, Sundays EiptL HV W. J MirK'I'AOH OO. Geo. M. We -tun. -..Iltor. rhe publication office nf the JVaiionaJ HrniUwan Is t the uorthOHSt oorner of D nnd Bevenlh street, second floor, over W. D. Shep herd's slurs. Entraioe on Seventh atreet. Saturday, November 16, IS6I. faT Heading IMltr on frjr mRt,-J Yn 'CoRKkHiiiMi .vrs -N i alt-mum will be p iiil to anonymous communications. THE WEFRIY N.UWSAL RKPIIBLIC1N Is published thin morning, and may be had of the -newsboys, or at the counter, with or without wrappers. This number contains, bo- sleVs Us usual fjunnliiy ol Interesting matter, all the official reports of the great naval vie tory at Beaufort, S. C. TAXING COTTON. Tin uusr approach of the assembling ol Congress, and other events, render It proper to consider what revenues may ba derived from tho arllclH of cotton. The expenses of the war h ivc lieea e...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 November 1861

WPB-.te--aTjrri-t LOCAL NEWS.. To AtlvcrtUeere. Nearly tin thouwwd cuptea of tbn Htpv Horn are circulated among the floating poptita tlon every day,be8lde8tbeUr(to number norvrd to regular Uborlborf. Adverllyprs will take noto accordingly. Otitrageoua Asaatt t. On Tlmrfld.iy nUht, belneen eleven and twelve o'clni'k, allor the clone nf the concert, at U omli'a Hall, a orowd of half a dorem mer. wero olisoned bolwivlnt In a very Improper manner towards sevoral of the female atten dant In the saloon. Two voluntoor nflloprs, who wore present, mm of llimn Mont. Vol. Von Uorber, nf the Cameron r.llos aid llio other tho udjulaiit of tho iliu reglmoiit, and ono of the proprietors of the altloon, re monntratlng with the rowdies upon their con duct, toil; the femilfK under their protection, Hiid proceeded to eauorl them to their home. Thoy wero f.illowod by the acoundreln for Sev ern! squarea, who iiiiusfd them roundly for their Interlcrence. When near the corner of Ninth streot, the rain com...

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

$&f?!l && w,(ft,. 7z'sa&il-ii& ij ''l'TTy",'-yVX7''- Ml I 1 II II II f , I fy ,, J T YT u'WTWtTrWj&vtiV-rriri ! i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. OommnnWlL lUbclllnn-SntTii lor it Christian's Con srlenre. A plmis lady In ray neighborhood remarked, mi Hundiy last, that "tlio pikers cull tho se- oiutliinisli robels, Htid for Iter purl alio gloried )n being a rebel for Cenoral Washington was a rebel." Take (bin flattering unotlon to your hiiiiI, my ortby, conscientious Socesh,tiiit take u amine. Ulan, that no creator Insult oonld bo offered to tho memory of Washington than to ilaslfr lilm with conspirators against good gninrninont, and no greater Ignorance or more solid view of tho merl a of tho revolution ol 1771. could ha betrayed than by ranking Its noble and puinml il d patriots In the same i itognry with "i pirniiiM who, while tbey were aurlug nnd receiving their pay Imm, swoarlng Holaimi allegiance to, nnd actu ally administering IhU best of (iovornmonts, wero secret...

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

y.BaaBjawfiitmrtiiW IK , ."A.'iMin;-i:- j.zuitaw i .i BMiflSia "VBtHHIJ! .V iitfl fnrinl.nq a. lit on im i, r ft . n'tri ill ffj itT "tj ' ii i .i auxMUantv 1 f.n" . .lean iUaiM . ' i .svntl '(nan I l iM.i f ,, .frlmolf VOL. I. WASHINGTON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1861. NO. 302. i" ih54-i ..,,, : , ,,),,, , -, . ' mi i .... i , . , , , , , : mm s 1 1 - -aV 'af' ' r" '" '' x . .a. '"' '"I '" ' m - sV v i h ii. " m u n r t rrrr at pttit m r nrtr -' ' ssJ Lv v L J&y JH . JH. 'JsaWaP bbL aaL avyTaLy ssWsWs .aavy JLv aLata! .jm K ., Jsjm. B B I H . bV H ill (KJ r ' " sr y '' rir' f t w 'sjK - v -si- V X ' V y n NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, COPAHERCE. The rldlonl. by the London Timu of what It atvlei ths "assumption," that the United States can Import the precious metals, or oan eren pay their debts, with the loss of an arti cle (ootton) which has constituted half of their exports heretofore, Is well answered by some little faots which we And In a single number of a New York paper the Tribuns of ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 November 1861

rrr"a ' T-''" -sflj2Nfrte?rre MMMmavra ' '"TfiMTif'TV.i.. ',! ill. . niMiiiriritymjiii.iwii.iwLiwmm""11 " !! wr,WB r V V -v"--- -r J e- NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. rnblinhix) Daily, Xandajf Bieeptcd, HV VT. .1 MltltTAOH OO. m lo. M. We. ton. KdltoT. ear The publication offloe of the Nalwtuu Hfpubtxcan It at the northeast oorner of D and" Seventh street, aeoond floor, over W. D. Bhtp herd's store. Entranoe on Seventh strttt. Monday, November 18, 1861, IV Rearlln at Hlfr on eveejr pntjtj.s) To OoRnaWrvvDtvrs. -No al-enUon will bt paid to anonymous communlcaUtcs. SOUTH CAROLINA.. Governor Pickens' message, delivered on th nth Instant, the daj bcforo lbs surrender of th' forts at Port Royal, states that South Carotin has so (ar expended la the war $1,889,371, 01 which 9686,774 has been refunded by the Con federate Government ; that she baa now 10,00(1 troops in the field, exclusive of 3,000 on a wai footing In Charleston, and of twenty-one com paoles of cavalry at various points, held read) fo...

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

N - . LOCAL NEWS. Tn Advertisers Narly tm thousand copies nf Hie Itcpvb' Hcan aro circulated among tRtTtliwIlnjf pfipnia? ejiulnbernorved torfcdiar,aubs6rlori. Artvc vf-rtitra will ik notVnno'ardlngiy. - r "- i - I'uDlfft, Meeting of I'rlnlm, -. At 11 titai iiioiiiliiROf printers, hnlif at the Clly rinllfD'i Saturday enlngM6th Instant, In uunvld'r .tho proponed roduoioii In the hour (if. wtirk diirli 2 the winter teuton, Mr. George (.ncliriui M nailed to.the Chair, and Mr. John II. l!uutiinitliiim was appointed Secretary. Tliiijniijurt of the meeting having been elated, mi motion n committee of three, onnsisting of Messrs, lanle Smith) John MoLeod, and P. J. Wntiirs.w.w appointed to aubmlt proposition for the action of the meeting. After a whorl ubaonrc, (the oommltlon having retired for the pmpoeo Indicated,) the .following resolutions went submitted by Raid oummltteo I. Hi sotted by the Printer of Washington city in Mass -Atelim? alternated. That theaotlnnof the Columbia Typograph...

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

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Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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