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

H4 'ft 4 fjattfltml Qtfnblitm. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1861. NO. 10. i . i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tteport of the g.crelar y 1 1 tV'ur. IIM OFHCIAt. OPIMOag ON TDK SUVS QUESTION. As originally printed, that portion of the Secretnrj'a report relating to shvery read oa follows: " It Is already a pravo question, what (hall tin done with Ihoto Blares if bo nru abandoned by their owners on the advance or our troops into Southern territory, as at Beaufort district, in .South Carolina. The whole white population therein is fix thousand, while the numbor of negroes exceeds thirty two tuoimiiii. Tim pnnlc which drove their mswttTit in wild contusion from their home, leaves them In undisputed possession of tho poll. Shall they, armed by their masters, be placed In the field to fight ag-ilnst us, or shall thtlr labors be contluually employed in reproducing the meam for supporting the armies of the rebellion ? The war into which this Government has been forced by rebellious traito...

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. — 6 December 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PublWicrt Pnllv, Snnilay Eictptod, HV W. .1 ItTAOH A OC a The pnnlloatlon offloe of the Jvnfii eij flepiiMirnn I t the northeast oorner of I) t r Seventh utrncl, mound floor, over W. D. Ph. ,. herd's stern. Rnlrancn nn (seventh street, Friday, Dfrrraber 0, 1801. 09 HitillnK lntrrfon verj-imere.-Tft To CoRRKHrnvnuyrs. No attention will 'ie paid to anonymous communications. OCT3IDK. See, among other things, extracts relating to the slavery question, from th" re port of tho Secretaries of Vf,T and ol Ilie Navy. TI1K CONFISCATION ACT. On Wednesday, u lettT was addressed by th Fcclary of State, under the direction of Ibe President, to Gen. McClcllan, Bitting forth (a substance) th it slaves coming within the terms ot the confiscation act, and escaping wllhln ilia military lines of the army of the Potomac, end afterwards coming luto tho city of Washlngti n, arc liable to bo arrested by the city poi'ce, " upon the presumption, arising from color, 'nf thty are fujitives...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 December 1861

LOCAL NEWS. To AdT.rtlssr.. Nearly 15 thousand ooples of Ito Eqpvh. lcan are olroulated anions tbo flouting pnpuU Hon every day,besidsi thilnr(;j nunbernerTfrt to regular subscribers, advertiser (rill laVe not 3 aooordlngrr. A Man Murdered and his Body Uurneri. Coroner Woodward wassummonoJ, on Tues- uy, in ntnu nu lutiuosi over me uorly or h m in who was found dead In the ruins of a fodder houso, which had been destroyed by fire the night previous, on the premises of a man named MeGee, near Tennallytown. The ooroner, after empannellnc a Jury, proceeded to examlnr witnesses, fourteen of whom came forward and tesiineii in me case, rrnm tne ev donee ellcltr-il the Jury came to the ooneluslon that the man had been foully dealt with, and rendered a verdict accordingly. The body was Identified as that of Patrick MoOerrety, a soldier belong ing to the Slxty-seoond New York volunteers. It was proved that the deceased was last Keen at the bouse of McOee, on the afternoon of Monday, somewhat ...

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

rzs " .- frV1" -s 1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Deferred Locals. Criminal Coart. Wednesday, Samuel Fearson, Jr., Indicted for assault and battery nn Hlolmrd Ballanger, Mid Th.imua KiHtiH. for assault and litiUerv on Hen- ion Harrows, were found guilty. The parties are from Georgetown. ... In the (.190 of Donlumm Luckett, his counsel, Mr. Joseph It. Bradley, Jr., presented satlsfac tnrr orbit-nan of the fxo lli.lt Luckott was now an onilsten sooner tu mo SHrvtce oi me umieu i States, and thfroforo out of tr-e Jurisdiction of I the court, which closod tlio prm eedlngs In the I cane. The case of James Collin, Indicted for assault aud hattery on Kitty Oullen was then takon up. Hotibcry. A nrgrn servant of the chaplain of the Lone Island regiment, was arrosted by Olllcer Cronln, for the robbery of lottera containing money, which had been left In charge ol his master. Upon his person was found 190 In Treasury notes, ft draft for IJOon Johnson A Co., G in coin, and a handsome gold watch, besides ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 December 1861

Jtofigital QtyuhlmnT VOL; H. WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1861 NO. 11. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. CONDITION OK TUKS OITT JAII. On Wednesday tan. Senator Wilson, of Mas sachusetts, gave a gtaphlo description of bts visit to the Washington Jail, and at, the close ol his remarks, handed the Secretary the fol lowing Report, tnada by Mr. Allen, to General i , Porter, the Provost Marshal of the District, which was read to the Senate : NL'MMAKY OP VII. AILKN'S HEI-ORT. ti'rom tbe -foregoing report, it iippears that th-ro are now confined In I he city jail, In the runill'lon before stated, ilxty( colored persons, urn" una lemaiH, Decauso, as generally alleged m their respective commitments, thev were mi peeled of being runaways, and do proof uau ueen uauucea mat laey were not run aways, when In fact not the least opportunity h id been allowed to adduce any proof what ever of their real status, (many ol them offer ing to do so, and appealing iu-valn for so rea- soiiauie a privilege,) ana they...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 December 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Publhhfd Dully, Xnntlajfi Eieepted ' BV W. ,T MHTAH OO. - d !" gr The puhlioiiiiuii ifflcs of the National fiiTwMirtin Is ill tie northeast ooraor of D end Seventh streot, second their, ovnr-W D. Blief nf rrt'n More, tlntraiics n Knvanlh tret Saturday, Drcrnber 7, 1801. "vTvaullria; lfaitaron every page.-ft f. Subscriber nhodti not file their paper and have copies of the JfepuUican, of the 3d Instant, wilt confer i favor on ui by sendin tbem to this r.mce. "tSec on tho outside an exposure, by Mi. Allenand Senator WIWi, nf ihe ubuscs proc tlcedjiporl neuron la ibis District. As lists of all the Jisllcs who have issued warrants', and of nil Hi" officers who have served warran's, la such cae,ar given, with oat distinguishing the circumstances of the several ca'es. It l pn cr In be observed tba there are very imlcrl.ll difference" In tbe ca'es The whole abnee rnntlK, partly, In the lawn themselves, sometimes honestly enforced, nnd partly in acts done merely to grati...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 December 1861

U HA m- rOJTAK 'Ottns LOCAL NEWS.-; To AdvutlMM. Nearly IB thouiand opiM of II fic-jiiio lionn are clroulatttf ABOUg th Boating pnpulit. ilon araiT rtay.baildti U-ilarf Dumber served to regular lubtorlberi. AdTSrtlssra will take note aooordlngly. Circuit Court. In thocaso of Zephanlah Jonei against John r. Ingle, eiecutor of Ann H. Dermott, deceased, tho jury, yesterday morniog. brought In k ver diet for plaintiff. Damage! il1.U9.G0, with In terest on 20,13(1 part tbereor from the lith day of April, 1841. The oat will, perhaps, bn again taken before the Supreme Court on ap peal of the defendant, though, no action has as yet been taken towards doing so. This closes the Jury trials before this oourt the present term, The court having been advised that Mr, Jaraea Motlenry, the late surveyor of the county o Yashlngton, has left the oounty, and the office has become vaoant, and that ft Is neoessury, and the levy oourt has sollolted this opurt to appoint a competent person, It Is therefor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 December 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. AOrr MrHlllir-Oenerat llalleek. to be Waited tepem Kalneordlnurr Dman etsmttmfliisi Two Thousand German HH ta Council. " (From 8t Louis Republican, 10th A meeting of wive of German volunleprt m btld In Harmony Hall, on Seventh strwj between Park sTcnil and Rnlgeri street, lat aranlng7, (or the purpose of Inducing the Oov nnent to pi; the volunteers now in servlci It is stated that, slncei thew volunteers mllstt'il la Aegritt last, they have received no pay, ant that, In consequence, tbelr families, to n grci extant In this city, are now actually gnflertnp tor woo, una .cioioiug. Tfcste were at least two thoneind women It atUariasee at th&'ineetlog last evening. liar tony Hall lit tolerably commodious, buteverj look 'bf space was i ccuplr-d, and the womin wttw Hterally packed together an underlal lag not very difficult, considering that th.'i won no crlnoltoe. Then were but three representatives of t aUcner aex In the hall -two being repo-ltrs In tk German pa...

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

? l , -i ' .. ' ! VOL. IX NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Report of tha eeretstrVorUeelssterlor. OCNIRtL LIND omci, Tbe) business of tba Department of the Inte rior has lost much of It usual InUrett through the Interruption of commercial ana' agricultural pursuits by Ihh war. The General Land Offlc, especially, showa ths results 'of tbla decline Tlin urmy has swallowed up almost entirely the claw of entrp'lsing; men, who are usually tln purchasers of Government landi, and salsa In the Northern Slates are almost suspended, 0 . the 30th of Beptemhr last,? there war an 8R.regate of 134,218,330 aerer of land sur- Hyeaana ready ror saw. among; ue Diieen inontha. ending- Sentemtor 30. 1861. the Da ptrtment disposed of 6.289,532 acres. Of tMlpreeoMeaUMrf.of,thpdmW(Mer ol amount, over two million acre have let rated with bountr land warrants : one and hiir million acrea aold for cash, producing 925,299 ; and about a million granted to Louisiana, Michigan, aud Minnesota, for rail mail niirnnans. The wa...

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

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, PnbliibM Dally, Xnndayi EiMfW. BY W J Ml KTAOII A OO . . it) - "be pufclloatton offloe of th Xaitor.il V7-Vicaii in at tho northeast comer of D and Mcntb street, second floor, oyer W. D. Bhi ,. ,rd't store. Entrance on Seventh street Monday, Dccfber 9, 1861. ft- U tinting flatter on every page.-fca To CoRRisroNDEMi. No attention will e paid to anonymous communications. ,-jbst- Subscribers who do not flic their paper, nod hire copies of th RtjwUtfan, of the ltd Instant, will confer a favor on us by sendnur them to this office. THE IMPRISONED NEOKOES. The Slar flounders terribly under the expo sure by Mr. Allen, of the detective police t the abuses practiced upon negroes in this l)i trlct. In one breath, In Its assumed character of the organ of the State Department, It de clares that Mr: Allen's report had already been turned over by that Department to District At torney Carrlngton, and that all the abusescoio plalned of would have been rectified without the aid o...

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

sac i wi m n. T-,trt rv o v J J. 51 .YJl'pi .flA'Uvl.'M'IH'; l.rtoiTAH I SE " - , ... mimii iii n iiiiiuiiii. i-i - .aiNniiiuiiw w -va.' rnimnrn LU.UAJjUV.ByXg.. I laUnriUui. '-V Newly l thoviud pt orlhejwi- Itcan are clronlaUd mot tafloatlng i-opuia-tlon ever' dT,b14j tsVslarf numbergorred to regular tubiorlbm, atdmtlsars; will take not tcoonBujIy. .'.i , Morel Mod of UUar si Difficulty. A oiirlnui cue oam up before Justice Fori guson, few daya aloot, th olroumatances of which wore aafollovrat ' A short time lino, Mr. John Langdon, of the nrrn of Langdon A Oo.Jwaisotloltsdbyllie Sec retary of War to establish a owl yard In this ottr, at vrh'oh th GoTrnmn, )nd the poorer clasaes of Washington could b farnlahet with coal at reasonable prloM, asd giving, at tho sams time, Mr. Langdon Mettrti(r. Garrett, President of the BafUmort "nnCOblo Railroad Company, requesting that th aeoeaaary facll Itlea might ba afforded to th Srm of Langdon JkCo. In th prosecution of.thslr ntarprloo. Mr. Gar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 December 1861

., vr fra ij-yy wf - iMwMfwve- - NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THE AHKT HOSPITALS AT .WASHIHOXOM WHO HAS CHAHaK OF TOT. A correspondent, over' the 'signature ot " Taunt," glvei the New York Times some new and Interesting statements In relation to the management of the array hospitals In this clly. Frequent enquiries are made of us touching the operations of Miss Dix, whom the country was disposed, tn the beginning, to regard a1 tho Florence Nightingale of the war. Thi letter throws some light upon her movements aa well M on the operations of the Sanitary Com rallteer We subjoin a few extracts : Miss Dix. The people of Mew York are labor lng unojer m aiiii"ii mat mo .sanitary i;otn mission aril Mls Plx lijtve the charge of thp hospital here, ami take a very active pa-t it their Internal management. Simple trnth nun justice initio meoicai nnicera nr tne UUvnrii ment make It neceas.iry that f.c.sr..iu..lap pear, which, however unpalatable, will mb both those parti's nf a great deal of their new...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 December 1861

7?pJ .- .M.I. ir ii ijiXjL" ' ."' 'i . i " ' m- j MMMMiaMaiaat.iMsWsB. vol. n. WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1861. NO. 13. st ww vmii inrwMKai KATlOML AfiMJfiLlCAK. THE BROOKLYN liOYH. BT IiAtJKKMJH RKTKOIM, Aeststant,8ur.'eoa,T a-eMr-fooi th It.g't N. Y, S. VJ When trsaaon would our Union burst, i Would lavr 8 and freedom overthrow j The Brooklyn Boys, amongiUve fitat! Ardss to crush Coltimbla'a loei t Beneath the Stars and Stripes we stand The flag our fathers to us gave: And swear, tho' blood may dye the land, 'No other.banner here snail wave. Chorus: Hurrah for the ga)lant Brooklyn Boys, The gay, the gallant Brooklyn Boys There's not a band In all the land, More brave than Brooklyn's gallant Boys. On Hudson's banks our youth was nursed By mountain grand, and lively plaln Where slavery's bonds our fathers burst Say, Bhall we wear those bonds agifln I No drain that rivers deep and broad, O'erturn tho towering palllsade; But ho II not yield to foroe of fraud. The Union our brav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 December 1861

V w t"T ! yff WWi Mi -i T.Tih--i l NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Pnblhhrd Dailr. nDdsy Exwpttd, Y W ,f M KTAOH Oli thi MWlMUira obis m ui iimgwi Heimblxean ts at the uortheast comer of D rr ..ih ,-f. aAfuinft floor, orer W. 1 OUI , herd's store. Entranoe on fletenth street. Tiirsitay, Uecraber 10, 1861 av Hearting natnr on rrery pine.t To CosiRrsroNDKNTM. - No attention will 1 paid to anonymous communication, j NKUUOKS Iff Til. 1TY PUISU.t. We publish on the outside additional ex tracts.lrom the report of Detective Officer Allvn upon this subject. It appears from It.tbal In tumorous Instance;, free negroes have been confined In this model n Bastlle, some" of them being from tho North, nd coming here in attendance upon the op tional troops. No direct evidence upon that point, however, was necessary, as It could hot but happen that Ireemen would olten lose their Hbert , under laws which presume a black man to be a slave, unless he can prove the con trary. The owuers of slaves In Virginia, and ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 December 1861

&C3T '- U lOcAX'news. V AdTutlaan. Nearly 1 thonund ooplM of the Il-pub- lican in circulated among" the floating popnla. timeTSrrlaribldlhlr)( number so rred to regular aubsorlbera. AdTtWatire rill laka note accordingly. CITY COUNCIL. Boino or Aldemiin. Th Prcsldont laid be fore tbe Board h oommunloMlon from the Mayor, approving oerlaln aou. Referred. Alao, a communication, transmitting tbe fol lowing letter from the Mayor of Qeorgetown i IUtor's Omo,Qiqaoitwj, I). 0., .1 . DflSember 7, 1861. Uiar Bib: Water street bridge haa been aadly Injured lately by the Government teams, to wbloh I have been requested moat respectfully to oall your Honor's attention. Very respectfully, your ob'tserv't, II. Addison. Referred to the Co n tnittee on Improvements Also, a' communication from tbe Major, stating that application haa been mado to hia offloe for the purchase of the rail of the Wash ington and Alexandria rallrdad, lying between the Baltimore Mid Ohio railroad depot and tbe Long Bridg...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 December 1861

A4f.ice"e wmkiwt ' lie mi wirex w i i i Miu-ffw'-ig',yn;a,-srgyyiacas. err -r-Bi'..,it''".''jj?TMiafji!iw'-i;:jviirii,ag----,' .m ; NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Cultivation of Sorghum ". An experienced m;:.r-grower of- Missouri addresses a coramuu.i.itloQ-to lh St. LotiU- JlepuNleo", In wlllch lhe chlnMe cane ln ct"' fldently reprinted to be perfectly adeqatc ' tothetaek oi supplying the Northern Btalt i with sugar from natlvo sources. He wrltei follott: In many parts ol the West, cvrtip or a go...i quality has b,een nvido Irom the Ohluwe cat i but people have Ih'cii alow In real z llie lat I that a certain nml noun mnl yield oj a nood jir Uy ofmqar can be i lit,itui Iroiu this plant.l Mr. J. S. Livenu h- experience an ' skill as n reltnrr roi ilf ml him a competetj experimenter, lirm tope-ited trial, In 1857, with the julcoi ot canes grown by him self. ellmated the probable jleld per acre a' 1 4t6 22 prunds or sugar, and 74.au gallons I molasses. Since that time ui published stnt'' ments o...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 December 1861

... -zg -V x -., ftotiimal lulrltrau VOL. II. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER II, 1861. NO. 14. r NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Vat tit. M'-.lli'-i.l RBuMlr.n. The. JottfUiitilon'"Xct. The country owes n debt of gratitude ti Senator Trumbull for ihm opportunely Intro ducing a bill for the general conflsca'lon of rebel property. It Is an act of public Mfety, an well ai an act of sheer justice. The provliloua of the bill, to far as t hnvo baen able to examine them, are precisely a thoy should bo not over stringent, nor yet orer lax. Public sentiment Is rlpi for the miasuie; not so much to countenance a feeling of retal. latioa as to secure the ends cf retributive jus tice justice to the custodians of a plundered treamrj, and juslloi to those fugitives whose possessions have been ab indoned to Indiscrim inate pillage. The measure is one of abMract right ToJ seize and confiscate the rftcta of persons In arms against the Government, Is a settled ques tion of International law, ancient as the form...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 December 1861

"ftWCKfwMCP " IP "-,:. -- r-rw aganr": NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. ' FnWIhfd Daily, Snndayj Eietptrd, lyy V I Mi '' 1'AQH A CO. M- Tho publication offloo of the JVotiorwi ftspubltean lii l the northeast oornet of D iind layenth street, sooond floor, over W. D. Bhep herd's store Entrance on Seventh street. 4 ireilncsday, Pcfcrabfr II, 1861. era- Uemllng mrnnTfrrimr,f1 To iJnntiKartiNDiMTs. No attention will be paid tn anonymous communications. .JSTA portion of the session yesterday, In both branches of Congrota, was devoted to ap proprlalo notice" of the death ol the late la meuted Senator from Michigan. Mr. Bingham The remalnlug proceedings, although brief, rontaln many points ol Interest, as will lie seen by our reports. , TIIK THBASl'KY UKPOIIT. There bus been borrowed during the present fiscal yeir, commencing on tho 1st of July, SlSI.OHO.OOn. y7 : S100 1100,000 at an interest of 7 3 10 per ceut., 3U,li00,00U at an Interest of 7 pr ce nt,, and the balance oq Treasury notes, none ut them...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 December 1861

Pjr 3 j.-. I .r w-y t"t .- . ll- " III II I1UI . -""!& ' LOCAL NEWS. m AdTertlaern. Hearlj it thousand ooples of tha .RVpuo Moan tr olronlaUd among tha Hunting popula tion every day, besides thelarge number served to regular eubsorlbert. AdTarllMrs will tak not accordingly. II Didn't Oat Married. Gentlemen wearing shouldar-trnp Kre all the go now among the Washington ladles, and the ease and facility with whloh they walk Into the affections of the lassei li astonishing. Almost every young lady numbers among her admirers one or more "bold soger boys," and a number have already seleoled from the ranks of our brave volunteers companions for life. A ynunjz and not bad-looking lieutenant In one of the New York regiments, enomped north of the city, heonrae desperately enam ored of a very pretty young lady, residing In the Northern Liberties proposed matrimony, was aooepted, and the wedding day appointed. Both parties made extensive preparations for the nuptials, whloh were to have bee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 December 1861

tksmmtfataaat'j&"a'-w r . jnr 1 IW1L'. ' Jk- ! ' i i i ' I NATIONAL-REPUBLICAN.- -, i i .-" w. The Cilbo Oolil Mines. The close or tbo mln nz season In British Cq lumbla In attended wIUiiliclojiiteslnreferenc to the mineral wealth 1 I" that parted tho world which promise a new nw" n"1"1 " i opuia.iuu next spring, uch as "r"r,1 "" '?Prt?il1 Influence In shaping Iho devUotu of the Paoltt" coast. Th rnvpect of reullilnjc large per ceutace oi pure dust Ir.im the Cariboo digging appears l 1 very encouraging, nnd founoW on crldeuce much m to ntljtant(jl Iban l ordinarily produced by the allegod discoveries uf gold. 1 lie correspondent" of Sun Francisco papers-ntso tho coVnlal jvirtmls M nalu .iin .nini.i i.d avuuptfilAll mumr In renrc lanj uh". , ,., .- i renting that among tli"m'nr there havo twen K miny instances oi reiiiirKiiiirsuccra-. "' torla corroponont of tho Alia OitlfornUt, epeaklna ol Ibtuirriviil of miners at that place, rays: They one and all give tin moot glowing descrip...

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