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

irrrr Iw L i i ftetiflual $tflttMir.m VOL. IL NAtlOKAL REPUBLICAN, Trr ttn Killing rJM. OHAtt LtE. nr ms aisTXB, itisn J. o. i. 'Hi rqldnlght, and the night wind . FloaU softly through the tress. And the nuxrabeams falling gently I f-eenl plerlnj wlM ttas breeja,,, Ann the itreamlel'ft Sound It tuouttiful, t Aa It ripples slowly on, Ai d the willow, waving, leems to sy That some loved one had gone. Yea, In the humble collage. On his oouch of softest down, With bla marble handa clasped tightly, , And bla faee without a frown, Lays little Charles', ao peaoeful, .'So mild, so still, so cold, ,, With hla raven lashed drooping On a cheek of finest ninuld. Ills locks are parted smoothly On a brow of pearly white And how sweetly he was sleeping As his spirit took Its flight: For Ood has raised him gently Up from a couch of woe, To where the angel's song Is heard, And where tho waters flow. And as the sun la ahinlng Up from behind tho-hllla, Upon the meadow and the lake, And laughing In the...

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. — 12 December 1861

?-riH,-i-'-f - ..) Wtf-l fV-l 'J-'CWrW'HW jv rjrtr' rw'i:' ' wnru jwit1 vjfTrx mlp jj.-i H : miewkaw -.' w-ff V ujwiw, '-4ter .y hsskt: . -i .i..j 5Sf ttSLiftUilA&js&iA NATIONAL REPUBLICAN- rnblUhci Daily, Sntn!aj Empted, HV W ,r M TTtTAOH A 0,1 IT The pnMitiii'n ffflc ft the Mill ftei'yvan 1' M the rrtheal nnrnei iif D . "evntti street, second floor, over W. D. fl "if rd's t"re. Entrance on Seventh, (travel. Thursday, December 12, 1861. a Hnittnit 'lni-ritu every imaje.-vv To Co.vimnvMu-NM No nttwntiun will j. il-l I tunnvioou. 'orouiuiilcttloii. jso-GnvniMut Ctilst: aunouncpr the i tiouciulu tlooliine, In respuot to lbe slave (lie iubcl. whos" confiscation he approve iti .iHIw, tU: thai tbelr labor will be in piclltahle to the country by maMni Ilium fi Tb Btitecedentt of (iovernor Cha-e rem! It (utlo certain tlwl he lators Ihe liberation t'icb slsvfs upon n'l gT"'iulf, Imt we arc g'wl i'j find hlui etpru'siu.: lb" "pinion. Ibnt r-t"u with 'he l"w limited k ptotil m-rety, I...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 December 1861

, "rrTSS ' Vi ii ih .a i y L 1 V wAr Matters. ncirrs dbitin in. The pickets of General Howard's brigade, belonging to the Thirty-sixth Pennf jlranla reg lment, were driven In by the rebel on Tues day, near Spring!) Id Station, en the Orange and Alexandria railroad. General Howard Immediately ordered out hi; whole brigade to '36 relnforfcenient of the plotnta, t,hen the reb els retired. The brigade was tbt a ordered to return to camp again. In the meantime, a balloon ascnslon was midi near he line", wbloh 'dl'closed the fact that the enemy, In large numbert, were crowing Accotlnk creek, which morement created the Impression among the Union troops that the rebels were adrano log to give battle. General Howard, with hla brigade, Immediately returned, and aent word to leveral other commanders of b-igada In tbe vicinity, or the movements of thu rebel troops, and asking for further reinforcement. A reinforcement nf ten regiments wai prompt ly tent, when tlu enemy Ml back wllbln bli own li...

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

ggyy- -m MesucSJW5 uJSVjrk. r c - w JP5y5fCr9?r-" jt-1i tf mm: mrv fmmvy iw nil I! NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. HvHtiMrvmt nirrFi.iiN Nr.vAni Trn hitory. Tbt. Inridi Knltrprhf (Virginia City, N Tl run irks, lb InteresUnR expert meut whether cmncli are suitable for this conn trv, I" now Mne th-iroiiRhly lifted by a tralu of nine llJiliiiin tatnels tint nro running to aud from the cult marsh, about 140 miles ills tanl. engaged In packing salt. The remit so far Is In s me respects laviiMlilc.- In others not. I'hey ore. docile, ami Iric'tulil cretlnres, kneel down to receive their I 111I. which. K well balanced, never gels nut id onltr.nor requires nimustine ownlnis to th ii'cullir f rmitton of the hick. As In Teedl i! Hi"i nilmils there Is nu d llrulty; they eil .ill kinds of urate, thistles, lule willows, m.l nop irticularly fund ol ciisiuud Tln-ir cuiinte;ipiu,l(v. as well ns speul, Ins Imit niiiitiovitiiitwd Theater ape n ight el salt to i'Ji animal h is been In side ol I hi pound', which t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 December 1861

"335; Rational txtfrlirati WBWISf-aiB! VOL. II. WASHINGTON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1S0J NO. 16 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. AX APPEAL TO TIlB'PflWBRS THAT IIU, For Bharp'a Riflei to Arm the Flrat Regiment Bordan'i IT. 8. 8. 8. Tell us, atato?men,mw aawmblod Round the forum grand and old, Ye who ert with terror trembled When rebellion' front w boM, Hath the clarion vainly lulled ita. I'lorcelr from our horaea afai ! lith ribdhon no mure call uk, n ivlnf; from Ita Southern ibore On (he border see our Bihdan, Ready with hlB Rirxu true, Bmver men ne'er held a guerdon, Marnhallo-I under Heaveti'a blue. freedom called ua, how divinely Shall we longer wait for you. Heating on our backs supinely, Waiting for our rifles true? fcpeed, we pr.iy you, apoed the order! Then our bleselng on your Heaill Bend us forth upon the border Lea.ro the reat to us and lead ! Correspondence of the National Republican.! PORTSMOCTD, ODIO, DoO. 6, 1801. Heieral propositions are before Congress for confiscating rebel prope...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 December 1861

ffl it i-n n Wr53SiCjr-'.. . -av. aBSK3B!"V-t 5&oWKfSViWJtP's?Hwf9K.,9trcr 3!!''',,H,'''iJtl"uw,lflTra:ffll'1,1',wg'1''''tr, II sp .ii;.,v.JX3 I'1 I i I i i I ' ! i: 'I 'l i 1 1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Publhlud Ball1 Hnndayi Biwpled. IJY V. .1 MottTAQH A OO i i ' J; Mr The publication nffloe of the Italic HfpuUican l at the northeast comer of D i Seventh street, second floor, over W. D, 8h herd's s'ore. Bntranoe on Beventh street. hk: - fc -' ' - Friday, December 13, 1861. ttr lUxlIng Itint on mrr -n.-t To CoimnroMiKM'S. No attention will Jm. paid in anonymous communications. Ocnrn-s. Items of news (Including Inter, i Ing lntelllgenee from Arkansas.) letlpr from Ohio, extract from the Report of the Secretin! of the, Navy, Sx., Vo Oovrwtwt. The Bevati! passed a bill ere log a retired lift lor superannuated naTy orti oers. This is a useful measure of refomi, anil probubly goes a lar as the pr-senl state ol public opinion will Jusllfj. Iv the HpCSB, Mr. Blalf read a letter trim Oeueru...

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

H,l LOCAL NEWS. To Mnrtlmi. Nearly la thousand ooplos of thu Htpvb Hcxm are olroulatod among Iho no.1inp: popula tion stiit day, besides thalarge ntimbur tarred to regular subscribers. Advertissrs will taki not accordingly. Criminal Court. IrVdneniay 0 rah am Baho, .1 lieutenant In one of Iho volunteer reglmentt, was tried on the oharga of stealing a watoh from Colonel Stephen L. Totter "me waeki ilnoe, and ao quitted by thejury without leaving tbelr box. John Ryan, Indicted for the laroeny of a hat, ww found not guilty. William Kolley, on the charge of stoallng a coat, was found guilty, and sentenced to one yoar'e Imprisonment In Jail, Dartlett Llpaonmb, Indloted fur stealing 11 watoli, was loun I guilty, and -sentenced to Jail for one year. yesterday William l'lummer, indicted for laroeny ol a lot of oloihlng from Urban Orlor, was found guilty. Not yef sentenoed. William ilanoe, charged with an assault and battery on Ann Nloholson, was found " not guilty." The parties In this case...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 December 1861

jvrt- ,.". ' -, NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Ktlntli From I lie Hpnrt of 111. Hecr. tavy of the ! BtMEIMI ttMrLS- One method of blockading lh porta of the lnsnrgent States, and interuicttap; cotnmuoica Hon, as well ' rreseiil ,ll rKress oT priva teers width nni,rlil to depredate on our com merce, has been that of finking lu llio chauneli, vessel" laden ttltb atone The first movement In tola din ctlon was ot llin North Cam I no cc"t, where there nni numerous Inlets to Albemarle and Pamlico 8mm I-, himI olhf In terl'T water", which afforded faclllMo for eluding tin blink ule, nnl flu lullm priva leers. Tor lhl purpose, .1 eta's of small ves tela were piirchastd in II iltiiii'ri soinij ol which h ive liecu placed In OcncosV Inlet. Another mil larger description, of vessels wtro bought In tun uastern market, most ol them moh as went formerly employed In the whtte fisheries These were sent to obstruct the cliani elj or Charleston harbor and the Savannah river, nndtbla.lt inectiially done, will p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 December 1861

i . ' ' a' -laaaaaaaaaai wtaaa. :if I "m "nir i nuidir A tati0ital lUpuMiait. VOL. II. WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1861. NO. 17. w-1 tfATIOML BEfoTBLTGAN. OFKIOIAI.. By tht Pfttidtntqfthe United Slata of America. A PROCLAMATION. To all and lingular io whom these present, ahall oonle greetlnei WiIekiis a treaty Whs rami a and concluded at Port Wle, In the territory of Kaniai, on the eighteenth day of February, In the year one thousand eight hundred and alxty-one, by and between Albert 0. Boone and F. B. Culver, Gommlbilonftra on the part of tho United Statei, and the herelrHCtor-daniod Chiefs and Dele latea of the bonlederilte tribes of Arapahoe and CUevenrJp Indians, of the Upper Arkansas riv er, ihSy being duly authorised thereto by said tribes, which treaty le hi the words' and figures following, to witi Articles of agreement and convention made and ooncluded at Fort Wise, In the Territory of Kansas, on the eighteenth day of n Febru ary, In Ibe year of our Lord one thousand...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 December 1861

-w 5T w J - ..." ji is. i -&-"" '- , r .j m&h WVrilJJLlUA. Pnkllhl Wlj, Siurfin KmpM, BY W. J. MUHTAGH ft Oft i m i jar Tbe publication. oo of the MMowtr Mfnsb&xm U t tha northeast oorner of D and Berenth street, eeocmd floor, over W. D. Bhep hard! store. Entrance on Baventb atreet. Mw "" ' " i " " " " L " Halm-day, Decmta;, 14, 1911. I (Or-lUatillng lIMra;itrrjr pae.-fj To CoRRKarMfe.vm!4N(rtiDtlon will be paid to anonymous communications. Ricrrto at tub Priwiiient'h. There will be a public reception at the President's house, this afternoon, from one o'olock until thrre. COLONIZATION. A correspondent, by way of crlllolslng what h calls " the President's colonization scheme," tajs that the average cost of colonising a negro will be four hundred dollars, and estl timatlng the utimber ot negroes (slave and free) with tbelr Increase, for ten years, at six millions, the total cost of colonizing tbain will be twenty four hundred millions cf dollars. What the President t tally...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 December 1861

"33? J ' A&' Jm ) . LOCAL NEWS. AdTWtlMM. ttttm are olroulated among the Bostlng popula tion tftrr dsy.bsaldsi thelafge mttuber'lerTed td regular suBsdrtber., Advertisers will take acta aooordlfigly. Matters, alMiiltcfiai nmii The vicinity of the depot seems, h( a little distance, like a Babel, bat h nearer approach reveals a Scene of Intense' activity and bustle, reduoed to a good degree or system and order. Bo great Is the Influx of freight by this channel , m iu relieve, in a great oegree, tne inootiTe blenoe oaused by the blockade of tbe Pnto tnao, which, however, for tbe credit of out1 arm. tre hone will at an earlv dav ha hrnkan. Btore-houses of various shapes and dimensions are still going up In that neighborhood, as II or magic Several warehouses, erected br private parlies, are h rated on the point or ground formed oy in intersection or o street with Indiana avenue, back of Trinity Church Out on the railroad, a short dlstanre'beyond the depot, several extensive building...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 14 December 1861

.w r'. A, , a NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For tha National Republican. gUMFI Ea'M KUI.OU 1 Or BAKBR. IH vismedolere, eld. Devuted Sumner, who ao skilled to " ling For icicbu7 " Thy sainted eloquence Shall make the living long fur death, that thence Tho spirit, mountlnK on thy spirit's wing To double Immortality, may spring, And myriad life In llfo for recompense; For I have seen anolhrthorny crmn A cross " My (2nd, haat thou forsaken mo !" A rended Tell, at Heaven' awful frown. And from a tomb towbleh they took thee down: Hall to the risen Christ of Liberty ! Plenty of Fertile Land Left Under tho bead of New Territories, the. Commissioner of tho Public Lands given, In 'detail, the necord or land purveys and move men's iu Dacotah, the largest of all the organ ized Territories, and in Colorado and Nevada. Dacotah, he says, contains 209,217,280 acres or land, aua bo discourses of It as follows The lauds of the Territory are reported as beluK of the most neiltliy character: the ell mate health...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 December 1861

uli II ii mi i I. ir7& attxrtial ityttbliatt; VOL. II. , WASHINGTON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1861. NO. 18. "Ztop T)!XCUIT POn THE ARBfT. d NATT DfcPAKTHFHT. Buritu tf ProtUiont ana Ctnthing, Dmxvtiitr J, 161 Proposals, nealei mod etviowl Prup04c.lt for HI cult," will b nci-lvta st (fall oJIm, until 12 o'clock m i oq FrttUy.'tv 13th dj of Urccmb rn InitAnt, for furnlBh'ni and dellrerln on board such vevieli m my ba dctlgoated by ih bureau at m me oouteolant wharf la tat oltr if UaUltnorc, Ma-y land ONK MILLION POUNDS OF UlSfUIl. Tba Biaoalt to bmide wholly from invet ur-r the flour, or tbamanufaoiurem the ear 1801; lobe properly bakd,thortubly kiln dried well pack d. nud dtlWeted ai bore, fret ol chtrge to the United HUtes, one balr thffnaantity to be In tight whisky barrc's, and tbe remafolDg half in Maud, wall dried flour baml. with heads well Mcutvd. The hlicutt tj be dellveied aa follows; Ten thcu eaul pounds per dr oommenol g December 20th. aud fo oootlnulng dally (Sunday. exce...

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

condition four yoars ago Ihiin II Is now. WP vour slave Interest lu full powor, and with tl,j. combinations It formed, ruling the nation at betaking I'd pulley. Young America at t North, nirkWs an 'isllluto of prlnclpl minsglng our polltlis, un lor the lead or F nando Wood and Now York Heralds loi Hnd prolonged spplauo and laughter wl the fearful loss of bnnetyand Integrity In bo ' public and prlrato life, with habits of eltrav ganoe and luxury, which were extending i over the counlry, wo wore hastening, wl rapid stripes toward our ruin; and far-ilghti and thoughtful men weir beginning to despn ef the Republic. We hud we'l nlgli lost 01. manhood; we were bent on unltMind only gatn and counted thing inly they nuoted ie ledgers. Luuliler IVm were lining sight the fact that there aionohlnr tiling on God' earth than merely material prosperity; greati i things than moro peaceltil pursuits; thi thore were nobler IIIiiirm than that of iralnli , in election, of carrying your point by liitri...

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

"W V 1 i LOCAL NEWS. To AdrartlMT. Hearty it thousand ogpici of thei Hepub' Itazniure olroolated amnn; the floating pr-nulft. tloo .T.ry dny, besides tr.olsrgotiumberssrvod to regular subscribers. Advertiser, wilt take not nooordlnglr. Temperance In the Army. The Inaugural meeting of the 1m es Temper ance Association, a society founded hy stiver) member or the Thirty-sixth regiment New York volunteer., wu field on Stindxjr last, In their oamp, for the purpose of Inducing the regiment more generally to beoome oonneoted with the association. The meetlog was pre. aided over by Sergeant Barker. After om loglng, Mr. Phillips explained the nbjcts ol the aoolety, whloh were brleflr a follows : to abstain from the use of all Intiixlcttli g liquors, and, hy the payment of soull sums weekly, li provide meana to as-ilst each other In canes of slokneai or death ; also, to provide literary and entertaining amusement, by forming a library, getting lectures delivered on various suhjeots, starting ...

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

Rwaawti? 4a V D.i ni ..J H KCMBOLD'S KXTRACT OF BUCIIUt For Diseases of the Meddei, Kidney, Gravel HKLUUOLD S En'nrt of Buoha for Seoret r i Delicate Dlsteses. .,,.,, HEiMBOLU SExtta t of Buobu for Nervous r i HELHDOLD 8 Bstrttt of llaehu for Low ' Memory, Loss of Power, Dimness of Vlalon, D oalty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, ana Unlie i Lassitude of the muscular system. nKLatBOLD S Extract of lluohu for all ' Iresslngallmenia Obstruction, Irregularities, 1 rtuln n...ta.4 UTa n bb.I Initl.A.aiflitna n i ' all dissasas of the satual n.irans whether xUU In male or female, front wliaiever came they n hare originated, and uj milter of ho v long atai I ing IIELKBOLD'S Extractor Builm Is pleaaant ' its taete and odor, and ImmtilUte In aotlon. Trloe tl per bottle, or ix bottles lor It, deliver to anv addree Deiiot, 104 Soatb TrntU Mtreet, Philadelphia, dtc T 1m pLAIMMAnAlHTUt11ITKDfiTATi FINLUY BlOeKR, (Ute Kegltcr of the U S Irviuuiy,) tndCHAKLl.N F tii.KUM AN.Coui. tellon at Lw, will derot...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 December 1861

"'i!51 ij stsft - i-! f V pattual ItpixMiait T3T Ii VOL. II. ttlSCtlll' FOR TUB ARMT. NATT DerAaTMSirT., Biirexu rf rrnUimu and Clptkittg, Dumber i,'tl. Proposals, sealed and endorse Proposals for Bi cult," wlU be rrcelved ft tbla ooe, until U o'clock m ,oa Friday, thi ISIh diy or December, Infant, for furnljh'nf and delivering on board luch vessels m may be designated by th Hnreei at mi convenient wharf la tn olty f Baltimore, Mary. land ONE MILLION POUNDS OF BI8''Uir. The Biscuit to be made wholly from iwt roper line flour, of the manufacture of the year IMI; to be proaerly bak' d, thoreuihly ailodrled, welt peck-d, and d-llvered above, free or charge tn the United Btatesi one ha)( the quantity to be In tight whUky barre'o, and the reraaloleg half laMaad, well-dried (lour barrel., with bead! well secured. Ihe Hlscult to be dellreied u follows: Ten thou tand poinds per day, oommenel g December 30th, and ro continuing dally (Snndsys excep'cd) until one mill! Mi pounds etull be deliv...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 December 1861

I fjr every SI il whh b th " w "to""1, or new (jIIx ihv Im climb, they will course, fi-cnf" wo Unllnl ! it'-' Senators sides nn 1'iil-flnltc v tnticr "f me nbera of lliju-w, mill t-s 'rvslili-it equal tl'li mil .'1; irr a-.ii.il .1 ,iri'" Ml ition. iney hue, nt fiiin. pr i T'i'nitH delegitlon r; . ill 11 ip 111 111 n 1 11 e 0 nivi'intous & 1 Ubeinvn siuh t-rginzvlun i. setup, I' .peeiol ihit the slduli'ilders.wllIMn If" number ii'it the Onnf di rate baitnsr, otlmv ilut of the Union. An Induce", which win iinrtct 1111 l i'i" npportu which will b 1 i t h iithi ni enlerlug i ih-11 n on! 1 ! 1 11 'i. r 1 In tflHil a'u (Mloeiwl'l hn ill 1 iV t II in' rillUcii itml iinib Hon- iin 1 1 il ambitious mil so juii 1:. niii 111 u. ii. . supposed, to .. Id' of 'the riiniii, I" mijiv iifll'iil pitron iiml pretigu: Irinainit Willi them nil tli 1 Irli'U.ls, rel itivi". li bt Ts ciedlt'T. ft "I "1 ptrsons liiiimiiil In iliilr use r 111 lili. in k!i n-giirdeil m hii'bly Important that t iniMi libe...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 December 1861

"V'jW iV r-Yt l LOCAL NJSW& , ,il- r - ' - ffit Adrtmr3. Nonrly I thousand ooplei of tin Rriib Ucan art circulated among the flruttug popcla. UoneTeiyd7,beol4cthlnrrnriiuhorr.?irTed to regular Buboorlbon irtrtlnirs Till trto nolo Rooordlngly. C1TV COUNCILS. Board op-Aldekmen. Tho Prenlilenl IhIcI be fore Ibe Board a communlCAllon from lli Ma)-(ir approving certain R014. Also, n communication from the Mayor mak Itia the following nomination! 1 J. P. lludison, sealer .of wqlfhU hM mea sures; James Miller, .dark to the Westnrn Market J. 0. Gross, clerk to tbe fiaslern Mm r ket; and J.Kleiber as messenger to the Blayu. Mr. Klelber was then balloted for, mi. I'm jecled by a vota of yeas i, rntrs 7. The others wore referred. Mr. Moore, from tho Committee on Imnrine menu, reported a hill making an appropriation to repalrthebrldgoovorRookOreek. PhssoiI. Also, a bill naming tho bridge over Rrk Creek tho Meigs Vladuot. Passed. . Also, a bll making an appropriation of $100 for tbe repair o...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 December 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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