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

matmVTjp' "Jg i -J att0ual QtfMitm. ,V . v VOL. I. WASHINGTON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1861. "NO. 308: ... J Li. IT NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. MESSAGE OF JEFF. DAVIS, In tho Richmond Dlipaich of Wednesday, (20lh Instant,) a copy of whlobfhaa jnat reached th'n city, we And the meuage of Jeff. Davis to the "Provisional Googrcw," at Its adjourned esaton, tent In on'tne 10th Inst It la as follows : rotsiDKNT'it arewiui. To tht Oongrai of th Conftdtratt KxUes: The lew weeks which bare rlnpsed aince your adjournment hare brought us eo near tbe done of tho year, that we are now able to sum up Its general results. The retrospect Is such aa anouia nu me nearts 01 our people witti imililude to Providence for Ills kind Interposi tion in their behalf. Abundant yields have re warded the labor of the agricultuilst, whilst tne niaimractunng industry or tbe uoorcierate States was never so prosperous as now. The ne- cetxitles of tbe times have called into existence new braucbt-g of manufactures, and glveo 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. — 25 November 1861

- y ' 1 . ' 1 1 .1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PobWiNl Dailf, Rnnday t!eptrl BY W ,1 Af llt'l'A 11 Jtt OU. O.o. M. W-n. Kulli.r. 4?f I'im publicatlou urnce of tbe .Valioi.ii fcyvMican U M be northol oiirnet of D miC ricronlh street, aerond door, over W. D. 8hep . hint's stnro, Entrance on Seventh atreat Monday, Novtaber 25, 1861, 47- Heading Hatter on every pkge.-Ct flf Our dally ediilin l b-yo'd the Citpftcl ty of our present pro Wo expect a new one this weik, when our suli'criborn will ba serv.d at no earlier hour. PIIKSIDKMT DAVIS'S lIKtMAOH. This document, transmitted to the Coaled" I ate Congress on the 19th Instant, (n printed on the outside of this paper), convoys very 1 1 lie Infirm Ulou In detill as to the operations 1 1 tbe Richmond Government. In that particular, it conforms undoubtedly to the Intentions of the writer. It will be In s-oret session that the rebel Congress will reoelvs and consider the exhibits from heads of Departments, ol the number of troops In the Held, expend...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 November 1861

ttXm, I'M ' -' i I S5ffS !3 LOCAL NEWS. To AdvartlMra. Nearly IB thousand ooplee uf Hit ..,... Ixcan are olrrnlated among tho floating ni)iuU tlon evory duy.beildiitliilarte nuroteranrveu' to rejut&r lubsorlberi. AdTerUaerii vtll U'e note aooordingly. PROCLAMATION. Mayor's Office, Wathington, Nov. 'it, ISM. Whilst ilio present your uueuhos n pli uo 1 1 nur lutloiml Hffilrs eturtllng to the world, am! aerials In nur country as deplorable an It It tin tiMlteled,whlohhu already paralyzed onnwu lion and prostrated alster dues, the oillen "f Washington should especially be not uuiiiluri lul or tho failure of those oauses to prniluro like effects in the metropolis of the Union, t.r limn whenoe this dispensation sprang, and, In liumblo acknowledgment, render thanns that, as this samo year approaches Its olose, our city li pecuUiuiy blessed In abundant employment ti ull Us labor, unusual mercantile prosperity, and all that ordinarily renders . oommunlly 'onlented and happy. Kor these re...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 November 1861

3. NATIONAL REPtTJJUCAN. From the Evening THE ADYESTURES'OF THE f. S. A. MMI- SIIIMMS. Ye Jolly Tankee gentlomen, who Hto at home at ease, , , . ... ... How little do ye think u in the dingers of the The wind and waves, the whales aud sharke, you've hoard of long iigo, But there are things tnuoh worse than these, as presently I'll show. If you're a true-bred Union man, go Joylm where you please; , Beneath the glorious Stars and Btrlpes oro- safe thn stormy seas; But look out for " San Jaolntns " that m ij catoh vou on your way. If you're actio as ('"mm S'inr.or fur tho noble (t) C. 3 A. And now you'll guess ray subject, and wlat mi Kong's about; But I'd not have put the n Into rhyme, If Uuy hadn't first put out; For they put out of Charleston, when tho nigh was drear and dark, And then they pnt out all the lights, that tho might not be a mark; And then they did put out to tea, (though burr there seems a hitch, S-j- For what could they expoctUo see when fie night was black as pitoh!)...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 November 1861

in -i t V t,! .: w im"Mi f 1 4HC f jrf It) .'"i " , ,l , T " qV. Mil 1 .SlS-el' ' ,, t itoltll I - .yrjrtft -.i $t$ublitm. 1--.I l" fl. ."-- , --. 1 " ' . . ! r VOL. II. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1861 It T 7f ' J . . --.ar -A in ' .-aaaa -saV. "MT. Ay Isf-asa. --. '. ...- I l SI T1TT1JI I V H ft r H H brH A V H I ; i- ) NO. 1. NATIONAL'KEPUBLICAN. tliJAiamUra of Maine. The ttiWxr,llornliyr Journal, under Oil (lending, (lMithatfollowlng article, which wo rt-publlshithat ow'tMden inj tee itbe vlows entertained by certain 'parties, In Nova Scot'n, on this grave subject : '' There .is, no portion of the United Stain. with which Great Britain parted bo retuclanitv as the did with Maine. Iodted, It wna llbdy to draw, the two oountrles, for the third time. Into war.. Her far-sighted statesmen, man; Tears ago, recognized Its Importance, and th nope that It might be regaiued has never be oome quite extinct. "There waij " more truth than poetry " III the paragraph set afloat a year af...

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

. 4 J lw 1 f'H ,r" ,, ur i ?.. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Poblkhed Daily, Snndnjn Excepted (IV A ,1 MUHTAHH fi, . 1 1 Uo. ! W tan, Killtm. W Tb puDlicM'inri .ullce nf tht A'titu'.. itejrutUtcnn Is nl tDe anrtLeitst cornel of D i -eveuth street, second door, over W. D. Shei hard' store. Enlranoe on Barenth atjjset,- H TO CORRK8POnKIT Nn nl'HUtloil will i paid toaooymn n i-ntituiuui. allot. THE ENTIRE SPEECH OF 'COLONLL COCHRANE. . DELIVERED TO HIS KEQIMkNTj , , . AND.A FULb ACCOUNT OK The G-i-tid JftevioM' ' WILL. APPKAlt IX Tlll-f tiET 1UC3UAJ) llUVIXSWCSaun, aaSSBi V 4V tlendtno; siatteron ererjr nge."fcu ,. v P' A1- t?1 "R epvblica m " u vrucys niiOffftvvtvw unui t uursaay ,nc- "'' ", TIZ1fcfcK L UV " ' " YNWd,,V wu.irB.. ,-Kl Ci tfjs u.uiWiiuuyrMwrtaf'fpuoyqw eolew"(p Its second '4Btol a' ay. ' iM'b'eg'njiiiiga n ,,. ,a rt t .c. " "" " 'zrz. .z t"r ' smalll bnt -ll'-iaS: na4, u, r a "Progr. m In i ?a -" M(..,'i.ffiL -a.i..i .pw'l. Ju e cam .11 i " ...r.-" clrculat suttirjaslrresvaad b ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 November 1861

': tt r, ttr-r r? nf " tr LOCAL NEWS. ' 1 i 'niiAlUMun Nearly l 5 thousand, epplos of the -itpvlf Ixcan art olroulaled aajqng the gating pnp,uiav UonTerday,btidtlUrgenumbf reeled to repilitr ubaorlberi; JtMrlleora will take not aoooftMafte, -.1 ' vunnviLB 's-t ' .Board or itjJn.ThB President lld baa 's, ?' mo uoarut'e.. communication from th t i mayor, approves yvrlaln HOU. ";r Also, h Tnemfl4aI.-from J. 0. Cook. aakiria- 4 .permission to root a stable on Sixth street, , near the oanal. Referred. I -. " - Mr. Moore, from the Committee Ion Improve' uieute, rouorteu. at nui auinonaing ine lm - meat of 0 tr;eso,fth, betweeh Teni ..iur . rwfllftV 1 .!'"'. ' atsaif a, oiMawitsBSB. 'repairing oi imported f - footeyays.- r-Alto.aUlUt! iba Hiror t renal r aef. LW"P' 'Mmmdz. latlaa-aiabt I nndfkil rfor olcaata In the laaemeotofl, naUtaJrayoi to have tho KHMr-Oa.XBinMBUl IIIHt. Datwe in E nri i. r......u..A.n .' - irouTvpiTvaf rraMa. m .DriliagrtHaY,'noathtOonimltts( on Wealth, to whom wrre,f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 November 1861

J5fcisvj(p- ,fi.r f -,t l"-J'tt-lAA.-.tU-'rt W3UW1'. ..StJWarKtsst V s &a F I 4rr." NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. ., r. -Highly-lBportant from'-nichmond. j IllSt Or rKDKRAI. PRISONERS WHO HATE DIPD "v; Ilt-THK PRISONS IN THAT CITV. TjBgfrB.CTrwriRK. Nov TA -IV following I a ;-tV? , iorrvct list ol all the) prisoners of war who " ' have died In Iho several Confederal!! Smics prisons in Richmond from August the 1st in Friday. November 15 h : W. it. Smith, New York Seventy-first; All. t Pennntt, First Rhode Island; A. T. White, do.; W. F. Oxford, Second New Hampshire; E N. Kables, Second Vermont; T. B. Smith, See' l Rhode Island; John Williams, Thirteenth .V. vr York; Join Bradley, Fourteenth Now Yikt H. P.iHale. Elerenth New York: T. 11. Nlcli N Thirteenth NowYrk; tinmen Hunter, 1h.nl Maine; Henry Smith. Tweifih New York; t E. Farmer, E nvenlh Mnvnchusetts; T. I (J r neon, First Mlnnm-iln; Charlee McAvoy. S enly-nlnth New York; A. Jacques, Seen id Rhode Island; T. N Cobb, do.; T. F. Pi ' F...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 November 1861

w A ' LI '!,! Ti-jlJ JAMUlTiU i v .fWn'l VOL. II. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1861 NO. 2. MatoipltMMiraii .1.1 . t NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, A Comparteow f OarWinaww vrlih tbeM ef Omt sirMjaUu BT DANIEL R. OOODtOl, OF WUHDHJTOB OITT. Bat the brat test'of wbt Is possible, m It re gards the raising of revenue, li'to showwbal his been done by another pewpla la olroom lances of trial, and to tbb'Md I propose t- compare the resources of this7 country with those of England, forty to fifty years aKo, and to show what the people ot that country hare , done amid dangers and dlfflcnUles no greater than those which environ ns at the present mo rnent. and calling: for no greater sacrifices. I have stated above what la the value of real and personal estate in this country. I can only approximate that or England, or, more proper ly, of Great Britain, at the period of her greatest trials and greatest burdens 1812to 1815. Por ter, In bis Progress of the Nation, Informs as that the real estate of...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 November 1861

J5 81 7 w.. NT If MK M n. 8. i, NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pnbllihfd Daily, Knndayt Exctptrd liV W .1 Mi'lt'i'tVOU .V ' . SI. VV. tun. fc iIH.it AST The publication offlce of the .Ymv ml rtVpubfica'rla at lie northeast carnal of D .mil jeventh street, seoond floor, over W. D. 8hu nerd' (tare. Entraoae on Btventh street Wedaesday-, Novtaber 27, 1861. AW itemdlwg WBttar on Trjr ag.-t To ComSHFONDifcrn. No at'enllon will paid to anonymous communications. THE ENTIRE SPEECII OF COLONEL. COCHRANE, DELIVERED TO HIS REGIMENT, AND A FULL .ACCOUNT OF Tlitt Grand RevieAV WILL AFPEAB IN THE NEXT WEEKLY REPUBLIC AX. Orders will be received until Thursday UlblCF Mia IKKLtU-L,KTTK I. ' FRO 1 HOW. H. J. WALK Kit. Our correspondent will not, we precuim, object to the publ cation of the following vr. the suggestion In which has our oirdial t. n carrence : Oiltihouh, Not. 23, 18(11. UkO. M. Wbston, Esq. Dear Sir: On reaching here this morn'ug, I met the first news of the failure of the potato crop, and the ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 November 1861

p n .fill. ' I ' i i 'MUrf in lVnftTfU-tij M . .-muj fa LOCAL NEWS. t To AdrartlMn a. Nearly id thousand ooplet of, the rtpu6. itoan ro ntroulaUd among the flouting popula tl on every day.betldM tholarge number sorved to regular subsorlbori. Advertisers will take note accordingly , The Price of Cos). The adranot In the prioei or fuel within the past few week haa been moat extraordinary and unprecedented. In the article ot Coal a'ono, a rise of from 75 to 100 per osnt.baa'uken place. Coal which but a fawwsaka ato waa railing at 6.80a$7 per ton, li now retailing at the enormoua figure of HO par ton.- It may be well to Inquire Into the matter, and ascertain wnetnor we rate cnargea Dy asajors nave any foundation In Jutttoe and raaeon.-1 In order tn do so, wo give the following figures, Mud leave our readers to juage tor intnusives i -Oott of a ton of anthraolte ooal In Phlla delphta 13 30 rreignt oetween rniiaaeipnia ana Washington before the blookade, aay 1 00 uost or naming rrom wnarr...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 November 1861

. ,J 'Tviw-J .. w NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tor tbe Natlorat Bepublcan. Addlttoaal Vmi THE STAR-SPANGLED B NNER BV a MSMBSn Or TUS TSSTB JSSS3. TOLCMTIKIIS Ah yes I we behold, floating blah In the Rlr, The standard Columbia hu.ua with emotion ; To defend whose proud height we will do, w- wlll dure. And rally around It, with proudest devotion, With foot and with horse, We their bounds step across, And show tho true spirit that's bred In t o North ; And the 8wr-Bpangted Banner as ever alull wave. O'er the land of the free and tho home of tl.u brave. When the trumpet of war sounded overn-ir land, So fair and to blessed, In content and In tt Uom, All wished to uphold and In honor maintain The glorious flag that old victories gave them. 8:111 Its glorlrs go forth ; Hurrah for the North. Our mountains shall eoho Its brave children ' works, And the Star-Spangled Banner to Time's ei il hall wave, O'er the land of the free and the homo if i' brave. Ohl 'Us joyous to know, when our. court i calli,...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 November 1861

1 1 .1 11 WASHINGTON, TJHURSDAY, NOVEMBER J28, $61, n-A VOL. It. 6v b. j'Nor'a"';" V i i , ' r-if' lATlONAIi tJEPMAN. 1 From tht H Y. Kvc In oslj , WilKTED,At'lUCV. , Th U do feeltrg In i i f rntnuuUy. .la rtv tpoct to tie AdmlhUtruil n. but one oi uni versal gocd wilt and klmlmsa. Men of kit olauet and or all partita are disposed to tend Its 'measures their rapport, and to'aeelst It in every way they oan la carrying on the war. The same thing, we believe, la true of the ma jority of the pobllo journals. They with to bold up the bands oi the AUminiiirauoo wnen over and wherever they can; even their ocea atonal critlcUmsbave noo'hrrendj and It gives thrm pleaiure to praise every aot of ylgor and energy. But the Administration often does, uncon sciously, an iDJuatfcs to Itself and lis own repu tation: It seems to allow sitae of the moat Im portant things to drift to a,conctnslen or rather to contradlotory concluafons without the attempt to tnttrvenonnd guide them to the right end. Eit...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 November 1861

T ' NATIONAL REflTBLICAiN. Published Dally, Snmlayi Exeeptrd, BY W. .T MIMITAOH OO. i O.o. M. Wflon. Kdltor. joyThe publication fflo of the JValtono wMuvm in nt the northeast oornet of D am Aiveiith street, second jlour, oTer W. D. Bhp htrit's store. Entrance? nn Beventh street. ThHrsthy, Xovt nbcr 28, 1841. ff Handing HiitrunTtr)rp,-( To CoRRiaroNDiHTS. No attention will br paid to Anonymous communication!". THE ENTIRE SPEECH OF COLONEL COCHRANE, DELIVERED TO HIS REGIMENT, AND A FULL ACCOUNT OF The GJ-rn-ntl Review WILL APPEAR IN THE NEXT WEEKLY REPUBLICAN. will dm readt to morrow mornino. Tranksoivi.vo. In accordance with the Proc tarnation of Major Walloon, to day will be ob nerved a a season or Ihauksglvlng and paper Business will generally be suspended, and religious services will be held in all Un churchrs. There are a large number or poor, forsaken, and forgotten m-n, women, and chll lren. In our city jill, who hearts would b gl tddened by the right or u thanksgiving din ner....

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 November 1861

L LOCAL NEWS. ToAtlTertlMM. Nearly I thouaad ouplas of th Bepvb Mean an elronlatad among the fli alln popula tion ererr davbesldaa thalargv number served to regular subscribers, Adi-artlsajranlll take" not accordingly. Belling Pkim end Cltlani Clothes to D-eerteie-i-. flaw Bnlam, On Monday, tbe colonel of ono of the regi ment enCHmped near Alexandria, received Information tbat a certain clothing establish ment In that place, oarrled on by a ooupte of Jews, was In the habit of fitting out soldiers . who wished to desert with oltitent' clothes, and of selling ptoses from Alexandria to Wash Ington, at $$ eaoh, to such a had purchaser", clothes from them. A enldler dressed In Zouivo uniform Hcted hh hii omI liir acent, or rather "roper In," for the conc'rn, tif soliciting th patronage of soldiers liiUm-Min to desert their regiments. On Tnosdij-, Hio o lonel and his orderly sergeant, antlnn iiimi this Information, determined to lay a trip r ir ine Israelites! and, to better effect thelri...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 November 1861

'I I t I. 14 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN ' "L':;!l "! " i S3H..I ,.l ' " ""' THK PICKET .017 A0' "All quiet along the Potomac" they say. ' Eidept, now and then, a stray pie ket ti shot Hi he MlU "n hjs f "V".1 rro' By a rifleman hid In the thicket. Tin nothing private r two, now and then, Will not count In the news nf the battle j Not an oftloer lost only one of the men Moaning out, all alone, the death-rattle.' All quiet along the Pntnmio In ntsht, Wnere Ihe k ldier II- p.i-efiillv dreaming; Their tnl. In tint njs r tin desr autumn moon, Or Ihe liKDtof the wnlch nro are gleaming. A tremulous sign, as the gentlo night wind Through the forest leaves softly Is creeping; While stars up above, with their gllterlng eyos, Keep guard for the army Is sleeping. There's only the sound of the lone sentry's ( ireaa, . As ho tramns from the rick to the fountain, And thinks of the two In the low trundlo-bed, I .Far away in the opt on tne mountain. , - tin munkot Ml ahack his fnoe. dark und Urnwa gentle w...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 November 1861

' i f.1 "': hMUfaAariMM fc n-a n ffi t p . o o U$ttMtaii. VOL. IL WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1861 NO. 4. o MU0W NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. IMPORTANT FROM KEY WEST. Capture of a Rebel Schooner Loaded with Coffee, etc. LIKUTBJ1ANT IIAHDRE A PKISONKll. CAPTURE OP THE PRIVATEER BEATJ REGARD. THE ORbW IN IKONS. Steamship IaabelTitting out as a rrivateer. - . Captain Rollliu to Command Her. The Beoent Gunboat Exploit in Warwick Kivor. General Mansfield Takes Command at Newport Kcwi Correspondence of the New York Exprei. Kkt Win, Florida, November 21. Tbe United pistes eteaoudiip Connecticut, Commander Woodhnll, arrived from New York via Fortress Monroe and Port Royal yesterday morning. She brought In the British schooner Adelaide, of Nassau, N., P., captured by Cap tain Woodhnll, near Cape Canaveral, on the 17th instant. She Is loaded with coffee, lead, and swords, having several cases of the latter. The supercargo, Lieutenant Hardee , a relative of " Tactics " Hardee, Is an offlo' r In t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 November 1861

T NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PublUhcd Dally, Snndap Excepted. BY W. ,7 M"'KTi -U ft). . IK. tVe tan IllltOT lice of the Ifa.iui: il M.mlHi m northeast corner of Da a ' seventh street, second rluor, over W, D. Shs "' . . . i herd' storr Entrance on flevsnth street. Friday, Noveajier 29, 1861. tar tleadlnB Matter cm every paga.-te To Corskspondbnts. No nt'cntlou will . paid lo "( njtno'i cn-rtr.'iU"'.l!oni. Till-: WEEKLY RhPEBUCAX IR THIS DAY PUBLISHED. ,, , ,, , , ,. . .. Among IO leading article aro Ihe follow! tr : TUB ENTIRE SPEECH Or OOL.ONKL, COCHRANE, REVISED AND CORRECTED BY HIMSKI.V, AND A FULL ACCOUNT Of THE GRAND llKVIkW! MESSAGE OF JEFF. DAVIS. REV, BTltOX SUXDSRHM'-X Eloquent Oration ov,r tbe dead body ol COLONEL BAKER; AND TIIR ADVENTURES) OF TIIH r. g. A. TOM' 1FS10XEM. Mr. Shoar. ThU gentleman, who claim' bare been eleotod to the United Slaten I o greiw, from the Fin trees Monroe district, l.m written a letter lo Gen. Dlz, In which he it. clarvs Uut be and bli frlendi will t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 November 1861

i sty ' .LOCAL NKW& Tes AdvertlMra. NeArly IB thousand ooplea of the Repub lican are circulated among the floating j dputij. tlonTiryduy,beldetthUrg8 number t'trxni to regular attbsoribem. AdeHtsf rtt will tart" cote iiooordlnglj-. Thanksgiving Day. Yesterday. Thanksgiving Day, In i ooordanca with Mayor Wallaoh'a proclamation, was proi. orl and generally observed by tlw hunlne men nnd churoh-going people of Washington, Wo noticed a general aaapenalon of business, and the ohurches were well attended; tint we oould not fill In noticing the faot that nil tho restaurant were in full blast, dealing out th r poisonous drufs to eoldleri and oitlio- x. The former suffered terribly, aa large numbers of mom were aaen arunc on we pnnuc nirei, ttnablo to move. What a pity it la thnl the Into not of Congresa, on thla eubjeot, In troated as a perfect nullity. Where litbepollonind the military guard, whole duty It la to arrest the offendora and bring them to merrlted punish ment. i i Thanksgiv...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 November 1861

F ' nlilmnxsl ? 1' J' I i ,i il r rr NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From th. N.wTork Pet of Monday Afternoon 1 Mason and Slidell in Captivity. FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THEIR JOURNEY TO BOSTON. triNIl ATTKNDINd TIIK1R COMMITTAL TO rOET W AKRIN, A letter from our Boston correspondent, In the first edition of the .Eoenina Pott, announced the committal of Mason and Slidell to Fort Warren. We hare alnce received full particulars of the Journey of the rebel commissioners and the soenes whloh attended their Imprisonment. TTnimrf Rtutna Marshal Murray boarded the steamer Sin Jacinto last Monday night off Highland light, with dispatch fir Commodore Wilkes, ordering him to proceed at once toFort Wirn niih thn rnhol commissioners Slidell and Una ri. who were on board the vessel. As m. as tha itunutehea were delivered the mar shal was Introduced to tlie prisoners, and the, San Jaolnto Immediately neaaea lor union. THI FA83AQS i. The passage was more prolonged than pleas ant. Old sailors say that there hus ...

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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