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

"w i'i ; o I'-n-i. '" ' V ' 'I) I I ll Il III. MAU83 JAMOITAI) -t r ', Pf 'T Q 'ff'lT ' v i w nrr -v .- Mji'f n -viin r ' in ( i ffli .r..VJ Mil K'. v ITa 9 (,.. " !- .K .-U - n ' .. og (MSI " i j' ,.'H iuft trteri ,; o i .m9fi.pl! .(cbiiilci! . i' - WASHINGTON. SATURDAt, NOVEMBER 30, 1861 VOL. IL NO.5, , , uiq "58T Ibplitgn --i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Gen. Lane at Springfield, Mo. Another Speech on the Megro' Question. lie Dilnu Ills PoalUoa, s-n that of Ha Kmill Brlguc, on am - . Hlavei jr. , About nine o'clock Tburtday evening, tfo vembtr 8, the Twenty fourth Indiana regiment, under the jommand of Lieutenant Colonel Garvin, appeared at the headquarters of Gen. Line, ami the regiment il Dinil dlsoourse.l-H beat mirtUI and other mnilc. Most of the Kiaiu brigade gathered around the Indiana regiment, and joined, with Item in oills for Lane Graeral Lino I Jim Lane, the Libera tor I On these names and titles the changes were rung for n lew minutes, when the General appeared In plain citiz...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 November 1861

v I I v i ' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, FnbUihed Dall)r, IMMifi BiMpted, BY W. J- MUSTAGfet A OO. a. m Woetafl, KiMtor. . gtr Ths puWioatton offloe of thfl National Republican Is at the nortneast ooroat of D and Bevenlh street, second floor, over W. D. Bhep herd't itort. Hntranoe'on Bf Tenth street. Saturday, Nvber 30, 1861. HeaullBtt Matter overy page.fa. To CowuapoNDCjTs. No attention will be paid to anonymous oonununloatlone, IMPOUTAIfT INSTRUCTIONS. We are glad to learn that on Thursday. Ad jutant General Thomas sent out Instructions to Uen. Sherman, In Btanfort, to take possession of all the crops on tbe Island cotton, corn, rice, etc on military account, and to ship the cotton, aid sach other crops as were not want ed for the army, to New York, to be sold there for account of the Government ; also, to use the negro slaves to gather and secure the crops of cotton and corn, and to erect his defences at Port Royal and other places on the Island, These Instructions, so far as negroes are...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 November 1861

LOCAL NEWS. TO AdVWtlMM. Nearly l thooMmdeoplMyOf-Uif JUpvb- i si v r r. t-L IX l ' i norm are cirotuaiea .moot in. uusung popula tion every dy,besldesthelar number Mrtea to regular subscribers. .AdvertiserstU tak not aooordlngly. v Deaths of Soldier. , l The following soldiers have died since our last report: A. 0. Puffer, oompany O, Tenth Haaaaohu' setts regiment, of typhoid pneumonia. Daniel Canrker, company H, Ninety -sixth Pennsylvania regiment, of typhoid fever, at Columbia College. James Franklin, company 0, Forty-fifth Penn sylvania regiment, at Seminary Hospital. F. N. Smith, company 0, Eleventh Pennsylva nia regiment. J. 8. Turner, company D, Third Michigan regiment, at Columbian College. 8. F. Davis, onmpary E, Seventh Maine regi ment, at Columbian College. John Wise, company A, Eleventh Pennsylva nia regiment, at Columbian College. Oeorgo W. Krlner, oompany B, Kane rlflo regiment, at camp. John A. Johnson, company A, Sixteenth In diana reglmont, at Patent Offloe. Corpora...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 November 1861

' m l .Hjuaa.iHT ya PI Htl. )A I I kill a' , v i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THE VAOAWT CHAIB-THAHK8QrVINO 1861. nr IIKXRT 8 WAHnntmX. We h1l met, but we sh til mls htm,' 1hsre will bo one vacant ohalr, We shall linger in carnss lilm. While e breathe uur evening prayer. When a yeir go we gathered, Jo whs In liU mil J blue ere, Dnt ii golden cord la snvored, And 'ir hope In ruin He. At nur Arcs'de.sad and lonely, Oft"M l llio bosom swell, At remnmbrani n irhn stnrv, Ilciw ur noblo Wllllo fell : How he alrovo to bear nurlMnncr. Tliroucli the thickest f t'i flint, And upheld mir oinitiliy'iHiiiinir, With tlio strength of in inh o' might. True, they tell us, roths i f gl"ry Evermore will deck his bri w, But this soothes the nngulsh, only, Sweeping o'er our hoart airings now. Sleep to d ly, 0 early Mien ! ' In thy green and narrow led; Dirges from the pii o and oyprees Mingio wiiu ine to irs we snea. We shall meot, but we shall miss him, Tbore will be one vaoant chair, We sball llngor t'i cares...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 December 1861

asaaftiv ?cyyHy-'Ywt yjy ..''" II . - r-'tTn- 1 i : WASHINGTON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 1861 VOL. II. NO. 6. i 'i Til -t: ' iii'h- ..I a .-g;--- ..,- --. L yrrys: tc-t,. , RS - 0' Uv i 'Ii NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Latest News from the fcouth. Official Letter on the Sonth Carolina Negroes, THE REBELS BURNING THEIR COTTON TUB MEOHOia " AFFRIOIITED," NOT " INSOBOKDI NATB." Tho Columbia, 8. C, pnprs publish the fol lowing official letter from 'General Drayton to the Governor : Oittr Lie, Hardckyilu.. NoveinboT 18. 1861. To bis Excellency, Governor P. W. Pickens, uoiumma, b.u. Sir : At the request ofyour Excellency, made to me yesterday at three headquarters, I have the honor of presenting my views of the present attitude and behavior of the 'negroes In ibis portion of the State Intrusted to my Immediate command. So far from there bltg aiy Insurrectionary feeling among them, I can assure your Excel lency that I have neither seen nor beard ot any act of pillaging, Incendiarism, or ylolenoe In any di...

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

r xVATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pnblijhtd Daily, Snndny Bxetpted. HY W. J MUKTAOH A OO. i Kg- The publication ofllca of tbe JValiorwtl ttrpublcan Is ut the northeast oornet of D arvi Jventb strsot, seoond floor, oyer W. D. 8hei ,ird's store. Entrance ou Seventh streot. Monday, December 1, 18M. W limiting Matter on avery pag.-sa To CoBRtapovDiiin's. No attention will le paid to anonymous communications. CON'ORrss. The tesslon of Congress wh'th commence to-day, will bo tho most memoi ble which has jet occurred in tbla country, under either the Atllclea of Confederation, f r the present Constitution of the United State;, not excepting even the session when the Dec laration of Independence) wan agreed upon. We have; eight times tho population which then existed, to be aflecb-il by political events, and the questions now presented for solution, are more pregnant with lmmsdlale and practical result. Now,-ai then, there Is a course of affilit which Is Invincible la It general current, but it may b...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 December 1861

L fl K- t n. LOCAJLNEWS.. To AesvsjrttMra. Nearly 10 tbonnnd eoplei uf'ha Ji.-jiub-liean ara nlroulatsjd UM the Hunting pupula Hon Tery Uay.basldati thIarga numb? r sdrod to regular subsortbara. Advertisers will take not according ly . Celebration of St. Andrew's tiny by the nurni Uiab or Washington. Saturday last wag tha anniversary nf tlin birth of St. Andrew, the patron .tint or Be it land. St. Andrew' day among Scotchman throughout the world, U not suffered to pas without a demonstration of tome sort: accord ingly, It annual rourrenoe, notwithstanding the agitated and unsettled state of the country, was celebrated, In an appropriate manner, by thn sons of Sootla In thl ctty. The St. Andrew' Soolety, whlob lias usually celebrated the day In a publlo manner, having Tailed to take any steps toward it celebration the present year, toe Burns Club, Inspired with a nut n'.trlotlo love or their natlre land and all Its various kindred asaoolatlons, determined not to let the event pas wit...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 December 1861

ftfefv: , -.n N-, NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. tot Ika Nillonal RertAttMa. THE R E PLY O F WOOL. lr nv. chas. w. dcxibok, u. a. cnirmn. Tho veteran, In retirement titling. By the Hudso'i's 11 iwlng wave, Thinking, us his wont, and fitting, Hon- the land be loved to (Are, Heard the mighty lummons sounding: ' Von tiie Ukiom, now, to asms I" And hW heart, with valor bounding, Turned from home, and all 1U charm'. " Would he got" tho nation asked hln " Would he tako agalu tho field ! " Or had service overtasked him t " Must to age the veteran yield t" Then the questions came repeating, Pressed tn many an earnest letter: Then replied he 'e rotroallng " Always iikidy! Xuvkk bkttihI" Though the frosts of years were on him He w.mld meet them In the war; If for light his land should don h'm. Strong for right his sword should draw 1 To expel all trsltir schomtng, To unshackle every fetter. Like his youth bis glance carao gleamlrg " Always beady 1 Never betteb I" U. 3. Genihai. Hospital, Fortress Monro...

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

2 i.uiuiiri-nt..--cgiaB Y .una.. JhHoiTAk -1 i" VOL. II. WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1861. NO. 7. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. 1 The ltebel War HUKtntr HautswIUe liar J Arrival et aatharaptaa tn Darn. j Iho Ship Ilarr.r Blreh Wlt alia may ; do. 1 Hv thri arrival of the CUt of Baltimore from i Liverpool on the 20th nit, we learn that the lehcl steamer Nashville, which ran the Ubaries ton blockade, arrived at Southampton en (ho 21st int. On the 19th Instant, the Nahvlllo boarded tbp American ship Harrey Birch, Inund from Havre for New York, t.i ballast, look offCapt. Nelson and the crew, and then burned the ship In the water's edge. The Nashville landed Captain Nelson and the crew of the llarvey Birch at Southampton and remained there herself, with the rebel flag flying. Captain Nelson taya that Commander Pegram. of the Nashville, denies being a priva teer, and yet he says ho has a commUston as a war steamer. A writer In thi Philadelphia Bulletin thus expresses his views touching the ope...

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

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Daily, Sunday Excepted, ifY W. J MUHTAOH 4 CO. . SOT The publication nffloe of the Natiomll Itrpublican Is Hi the northeast oorner of D himI .-seventh street, seooud floor, over W. D. Bhsp nerd's store. Entranoe on 8Tnth street. Tuesday, Deceafcer 3, 1851. - Hearting lias r on every page.-f To ConntspoxDKKTS. No attention will be paid to anonymous communications. OovORfcu Ykstkudiv. -Contrary to gem-rnl expectation, the President's message will n t be delivered until to day. In the Senate, Mr. Powell, of Kentucky, ap peared and took bis seat. Neither of the Sen ators from Missouri was presnt. In the House, tha cues of Mr. Foster ami Mr. Segar, claiming seats from North Carolina and Virginia, were referred to the Commi tee on Elections. The several resolutions proposed In the Sen ate and House, looking to the emancipation of the slaves of rebels, (and one of them to unl versal emancipation,) will be noted with pro found Interest, as significant signs of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 December 1861

, Trcw .'MLff I'liT UVAJ w LOCAL NEWS. Va AaWsnrtUers. '' nearly is thousand copies of tin .ejnio lican are olronlaUd uaoif the. floating popula Uon every dAy,bMllttmlrjnnjnberiorved to regular subsorlbsri. Advsrlisers.wlll lake not aooordlngjy, city corsclLi. Board op Aldirhin. th Freildent Uid be fore the Board h communication from the Mayor, In which hn says It aflordshlm pleasure to communlcato to the Board the completion of the uielul and ornamental itrueture ereoted on the conduit of the l'otnmao water over Rock Greek, and connecting Georgetown and Wash lngtcn; referred. Alao, a communication making the following nominations: For Commissioner of Improvements ol the Eastern Dlatrlot, James H. Blroh j referred to the Committee on Improvements. For Clerk of the Centre Market, Henry Lllen; for Assistant Clerk, O. B. Mltohel ; for Clerk or the Northern Market, J. Bowen; for Messenger, J. Cllber: and for Scavenger for the First Dis trict of the Second Ward, Joseph Whitney. These nom...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 December 1861

i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. - I ' " TIT II. For the National Republican. What la I" " There Is s conlotioded deal in a nam'. Yil are at a public dinner luble. Smith, tho pro cer, eays, ' Klco Is do n again." '.' la Rice down again t " asks the minister. " I am sorry to he.ir It. I was In hopes he had permanently reformed." " I w' speaking of rice, the vegetable," re piles the grocer. " Oh, ab, Indeed 1 " exclaims the minister. And I was speaking" or Wee, the anlmil. Ha 1 hat hoi hoi helhel" " Wool h is adranced," says a dealer In that " article." "llns he" asks a military man; "which way Is he marching, mow!'' " I was speaking of the wool of the s hef p," is the reply. " I beg your pardon. I supposed you wn speaking of Wool, the man." i " Cotton is fluctuating again," says a buy owner in cotton factories. " Is be 7 " exclaims an anxious looking m in. who drops his knife and fork, and makes a ruh lor the door. "That fellow Is in for it, 1 reckon," exclaim' some one. " He has a good deal o...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 December 1861

n , . ; ' ! !, t! ' VOL. II. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1861. NO. 8. ''t NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. ttUovxlttima of the Senate and llousi of Rtpnstntatlvts : In the midst of unprecedented, political trou bles, we have' caate of great gratitude to God for unusual good health and most abundant harvests. Ton will not be surprised to learn (hit, in the peculiar exlgenoies of the times, our Inter course with foreign nations has been attended with profound solicitude, chiefly turning upon our own domestic- affairs. A disloyal portion of the American people have, during the whole year, been engaged In an attempt to divide and destroy the Union. A nation which endures factions domestic dlvi tton, is exposed to disrespect abroad ; and one party, If not both, Is sure, sooner or later, to Invoke forolgn intervention. Nations thus templed to interfere, are not always able to resist the counsels of seeming expediency and ungenerous ambition, although measures adopted under...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 December 1861

nvmru ffjiwWfft - t NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Dally, Nnndayi Kiwpttd, HY W. .1 MI'HTAHH A OO. aw Tbe publication oBlco i'f the Nation Bepvbltoan l t the northo.ist oorner of D ar,f Seventh street, seoond floor, over W. D. Shep herd's strtre. Entrance nn cvnth street. Wednesday, Drcrmber J, 1S61. r lUntllnK Matsjrj-oii iverj.- p(-.-Tt To Core3Po1)Knts - No attention will be paid to anonymous communication. jsThe speeches of Hon. Owen Lovejny and Gen. Line, at the serenade, will appear in oar paper to-morrow. These who desire copies nust order them in advance. THE MK9SAOK. This document, which we are enabled to lay before oar reader) this morning, Li a very con densed, yet lucid, exposition of the detailed workings of the various branches of the Got. eminent daring the pat year. It Is qnlto idle to state tin contents of a paper Hie this, which will be universally read, and almost equally ro, to express opinions upon It to readers, each one ol whom will have already formed opinion...

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

n h .LOCAL NEWS. To Advertlsex. Nearly iUTwwuo ceps .Drthnpu Hoan arsilronfated among the floating popula tion every day.beridnslhelnrge number served to regular suMfonUrt. Adrerilsors will take note accordingly. . n-V" j1 i O Rsaashpi. " It wotildAe well to oall the attention of the proper (lovernment offloert to the daily occur' renoe ol the " snaihlpr up " In ttab ollr or the Government wag-ons... Hardly a dar panes over our bends, but that we, bear of Qoverrjment team running offwlih frightful speed, dualling furlouklY along the dltT'ient streets, to the Im minent danger of pedestrians and Tehlcles of every description resulting. In n.mtjo-ltynf Instances, In the destruction "f tbi wngruis and the killing or maiming, for life rlr the poor horses. What a Shameful and culpable neglect attaches to those baling the superintendence or appointment of trifling or perhaps drunken teamsters. We hazard the assertion, that the OuTurnment has lostBfty thousand dollars by tho wilful and Inex...

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

.W'-iV.i' T' I BIO Seventh St. BIO ! P. J. BELLEW Ai CO., XAXfrAOTcasss' aoxkt roa Tn uu or Fine Gold and Plated Jewelry, Sterling Sifter Plated Win, FULL LINES OF NOTIONS FANCY GOODS, WHOLEBALX AND KKTAH., In Job Lot, for Dtalen, Sntlen, Fedlan, to. 510 S&renth Street, Three doors south of Odd Fellows' HU, WASHINGTON, D. 0., (Formerly under National Hotel) We guarantee to Mil oar oartomen rariou articles 01 rue jewelry, Dunr (mmu nHiiuuuguoii lsrs' and Pedlars' Goods, at less than Haw Tors. or Philadelphia pnoei, in lots u soil purchasers. We sell: OenanineunrrleA. Fins Coral and Cameo Setts...., to MO, for $1.00 flDinmig umiJKTiofifa,,,, on o, ror i.w Fine Enameled and JstBstts... 4 to 7, for 100 Inlaid and Bogue Vase Setts... 4 to T,for l.oc Fine Stone Cameo and Miniature Sett to 10,fbr LM Splendid carbuncle ana Buoy nett .'to it, far too Unl.nrlMn.ni. It. nil Corml Setts 7 to 10. for 1.00 Splendid Vest and Guard Chains 6 to 10, for 1.00 Lockets and Medallions, every else mad...

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

,. patifltW lUpirlkau. . ?.. , YOL. II. WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1861. NO. 9. i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. NK.W YOUK MR. OPU 1CK- Jutt before the recent munlcpil election tn the ctly of New York, Mr. Opdyko, the nc cessful candidate for Mayor, published the fol lowing card : " lb the Editor of The Berald. Mm; Ydii rn mistaken tn stating thatlaoted m ono of the vice presidents of the meeting last Wednesday! at which Mr. Sumner matfe lifs address upon tho rebellion. I was not tirnfltit. did nut ennaent to be vice Dresldent. ". . --iz . . - ..-i. - ..: una was noi roquesteu w nue iw buuu, wi w Mow my mmn to bo used. It was undoubtedly used by an enemy for the purpose of doing me injury. I am not, and nover have been an Abolitionist. I have no concealments in re Rpect to my pinions. Tbey are correctly set forth In tho nponlng address of Judge Cowles at tho meeting of last ovenlng, an extract from which I enclose, and whloh I beg you to publish with this note, as an act of Justloe. Ve...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 December 1861

it NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pobllnhttl Dally, &nnilay Biuptcd, HY W. .7 MIIKTAHH A GO. W The publication office of the Ifaitontv llrpubtxoan Is at the northeast comer of D Mid Seventh streot, seonnd floor, over W. D, Bhp hard's Horn. Entrance (in Seventh stret. Tlmrsday, Dtctmber 5, 1861. ltlln( fflRVfcron every ttW To CnnaiwrovnrXTs. -No attention will bt paid to anonymous communications. ntlRCIFATIOR-THE KIUTAET VIEW. Whatever diversity of opluloa' may exist among loyal citizens, In respect to tie (manci pation of elavea per at, there ii substantially none aa to the propriety and necessity of deal ing with the slave property of the rebels just as with all other property of the rebels, and of making nodiffirence In tbe treatment of the people In tbe rebellious State, founded upon distinctions of colur. or of condition as slaves, or free. If any "f them choose to come within oar lines as friends, tbey are not to be rejected because they are not freemen, and In respect to telzure and...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 December 1861

?B-S98S!9!ilESStn3!S; I , ft I OFFICIAL. TSIAIUBT DirARTHlKT, If ormbr 39, Iftnt. nouoe u nereor (iris 01 im readUKss or lull De- E inrimcni 10 reaeena me areasarj nets an hurited iv tha aet of Oonrrees anoraveil llih lhninK. 1890. Tha Interest on eneh Treainry notes will crane on the first day of Febrnarv next, by the arms of tha aboTa ml 8. I". dMr-E, .... Beoretarj of tha Treasury. dap 2 3a wise ' SAH ADVAHOM KKOOTlTKO, fob inoBT ruioDi', 03NT X X A 2VX O 2NT 3 3 , W A T C H E 8, PIANOB. &cM &c, &c, No. 813 Psniuslsanlawniis-, up efou-l. J. UACUUK', deo l-lw Dealer In tcmm.s,! jn Goods. sW PIIUURKSS OW aUVKHT IH THK UMTfcD STATU BT GEO BOB X. WESTON. Copies of thU work art for aala at tha publication offloa or tha National RtfUUam, comer of Seventh and D streets. Hound edition, tl par copy. Pamphlet edition, at rente per copy. " apr ti AT-Attention, Ho. 5 Tha members of tr.e I'urseveraoce Fire Company No. t ara hereby notl IM that the rerular mon.hly meeting Hill be h...

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

1 I , NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. fCorrrsjondtiio of the rhilsdlili a Inqutrtr. FoBintM JIo.muik, IVc. I. I learn from pas sengers arrival yratcr J ly ufiornoon, by a flag of truce. tha upon tn" arrival of somoold for thoinl"')'! r "it RMiuiouil, tbn President of the H mk r V Iriiliiit calltil upna Col. Lee ami uluirs ml "HVroil tu like all the (told re celved from tbls ilin until the flint of January at twenty P' r cent prtmlnm. I'Mglne hlmelf to give, at thl rnl, tli ti. ! mnncy In the South-the old lue of ;V ih umii'imiI. mil bank. UolUil Sinks Tren'iiry nnte ttpiv being bought up nt ten per e hi. premium for the best Southern currency. Nassau ou tru-! oiyln e.n:-t,tu been tiikni po.ewlon ol by the KeiWnls, and a large amount of unbailed rice nnd imlnjured coltim had fill'n n prey to th.m. The planters are iletrot Inn their cotton an fut u possible, when unable to carry It Into the Interior. The Georgl.t troop at Ulchmond aud Peters burg h.ul formally dem tmleil to be eent home by the G...

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