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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TILLGKAril. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY MAY 29, 1 SCO. CITY INTELLIGENCE for Additional Local IUmt see Third Page. Babe Artistic Dibpl at. The sale of fine works of rt by B Soott, Jr., auctioneer, promises to be the moit notab'e of the soason. ibe re eotion ol oil punt ngs la thonght to bo suos rior to any yet made, embracing real maa'erpiecs by favorite foreign and home artist. The catalogue embraces a great variety or subjects, and the tastog of connoisseurs and art-fanoiers oannot Tall to be satisfied. As the sale will be peremptory. It w the duty of every one lmere.-ted in matters of this nature to be on band at the sale. The pictures aie all imported. Hons. A De Hoy. Tetter, the woli-kuown connoisseur, of Aotwarpi nd comprise works ot tbe eadln h lemish. Du.nef dort, and French scliools. Each motors Is wa'rantid to be what it Is represented, and they are encased In tiames selected especially wilh view to contrast favorably to the scene and s vie ot the painting. Am ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TKLEGKArLh PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1&U6. "Till. ULu IIUUH-HterfiK." BT GEORUH COOPER. It was an iHirlpnt book-keeper, And he was tall and slitnj Tlioiifrh his tnce was mild he rnrcly smiled, HIb clothes were dark and prim; And everything about his desK He kept exceediLg trim. lie alwnjB hnnir his hat and coat Upon tbe sell-name lioos, And laid his rulers peus, iiud Ink, In their respective nooks; And the only exfrciue he had , Was touting up dm book. Each day, upon the sclf-sanie hour, He took hi lolly sent. And bent hi body an I his mind, His labors to complete; And blots were neither on hin fame Nor on his ledger sheet. The music of his pen was heard Fiom morn till eventide; Up columns vast, his ees were Cast, , Then down airulu with prulu: Quite pluwd was tie, though he caw his work Increased and multiplied. The cash that o'er his fineers came Each day, was BOiiietluiiir prunJ; And jet no scheme to bear it oil, Bv him was ever planned; Although you t.n...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 May 1866

C MY ftPHIKK. BT FITZJAMtift o'llItlEN. Hpinninsr, spinning, ever spinning, Spiim h little spider, Ana watch her weavo licr not, Siltintr clone ben-At: her. And Mio weaves with eubtlo art, Over, in, and under. Till the complicated mesh, Seems a perfect wonder. The web nlie spins li never meant To catch the poor blue-bottle, Nor the golden armored wnnp To hamper and to throttlo, Kor the threads my spider weaves?, Are curiously ethereal Litile titftis. and pouting looks, And such like odd'uiaterial. Ah, the web U meant for me, l'oor unhappy poet, There's no use in strut'sling now, I'm done tor, and 1 know it. Sunnv curls and moonlight walks, And passages from Byron, Hnve bound me down, in chains as strong, A triple-hammered irou. Cea.e your spinning your poor gam?, Owns that you have nicked uim, Cease your Fpinnintr, wily one, I'm a willinj? victim. Crown your sncritice with flowers, III licit her lag nor falter, Put a libbon round my neck, And lend me to the altar. Highland Music. WH...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 May 1866

8 "A Point npon Which We All Can Stand." To Ihe Fiiitor of The Svening Telegraph t Under the above caption there reoently mpoared an editorial in your paper, npon the question ot an "equalization of bounties to toldiers and sailors, " which wai duly appreciated bj those who enjoyed Ita pet oial. Although tbit (object has been nraed apon Concrete with a much tebemence a could with propriety be jriren it, vet tt l a burning etiame that their action npon the matter has been thai far ao tardy, and now that It baa passed th House, we are ltd to believe that "it wnl moot with opposition lathe Senate" Can it be that our Senators hare mode np their minds that now, the warbelu ovor, and the army mostly out ol sernco, the soldiers ot that army are to be recollected no lonpor, and it tber are to be, that windy resom tons in the shape or thanks aie sufficient if ti.cre is anything In Die shnpo of dovnrirbt neglect not to say inconsistency it is in roluximr to grant to thot-e ot our soldiers who...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 May 1866

THIS HP In T "PJEI VOL. V.-No. 129 PHILADELPHIA, WEIDNESD A.Y. MAY 30, 18G6. POUME SIIKET-TIIREE CENTS. IN THE YOLtNfl AND RISING GENRIU i tlon, the vgettiv power ot life re S'rong ; but. In afew years, how often the pllll hue the lack-lustre eye, end enmotafed form, and the Imposilulllty of appli cation to mental effort, show Its baneful Influence! It coon becomes evident to the obcrver that tome depress ing Influence lacheckfng the dovolopmmt of the body. Consumption la talked of, and, perhaps, the youth is re moved from school and lent Into the country. This la cne of the wont movements. Removed from ordinary dtveritlot a of the evei-changlng scone of tho Mty, the, powers of the body too much enfeob cd to give lest to health fnl and rural exercise, thought are turned In ward npon themwlvcm the rarcnt'a heart bloeds In anilely, and faacles tho grave but waiting lor Ita victim. A lax! Increase of appetlto baa grown by whit It fed on the energies of the'.systcm are prostrated, and t...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, 'WEDNESDAY, MAT 30, 18GG. TIIE NEW YORK PRESS. VI J'lCTxTAL Ol'lMOKS OF LkADtNG JtlLNALS IPOS CURRENT 10PtV COMnlfD ITII.T DAT FOE IVEKlIiQ TELTGHIAPII. Tieatle ond Congiesws in Eniope. Frrm the Timif. The statement by the Emperor Napoleon that "he detested the treaty of 1815, need scarcely lave aroused any new simpletons of his sincerity upon the mbiect of French agffrandizement. Its provisions, while they were intended to sertthe principle ot legitimacy among Euro-, pcau sovereiffus, were expressly aimed at the extuction of the Bouuparto family as a lulinft power. The restoration to their original 6tatu8 of provinces conquered by Napoleon, and the adjustment of the map of Europe so as to nocure a quasi balance of power, were In one cense but incidents of the Vienna Congress. The powers presetted at that Congress were in duced to act together from a common danger, and a common desire for safeguards in the future. Since the date of the trea...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGHAHI. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1866. 0 I T Y liNT I : L J j 1 O 10 N C E -For Additional City Tulclliytioc e ir( Vifir. A Necffra ky I'imvision. The ordi nnrtro jm-fptl by Select ('miiieil to promote public clcnnlini ss and henlth will be ronsitlorej in Common Council on 'I luirprtuy. It provides that all persons dc-iinni? to connect witl. any of Hie K'w i s in the et'-ftn ptmli make application ai Ihe Department of Surveys, Uud pay for the privilcce, $7f0 lor all prenil-es not c.xroctlliiir oixcen leet in width, and nil over that width $ 10, except tbey have paid proportionality lor the construction oi ihe nntl wrwer, in which caso the mini ol $:i fhall be paid. The Chief Eiii'iiieer and Surveyor i authorized to appoint a com petent perton In each Survey Di-triet to make Mich connections with the t-ewer, and the ex penses thereot (excepting Ihe repairing) to be Ueliayed by the peifon to whom the piivilece is planted. . i.en priulere U anted to connect...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 May 1866

toting tlcrjwiili Is published every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 S. Third street. Price, Three Cents Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Par Week, payable to the Carrier, and milled to SubscrWers out rf the city at Nine hilars Per Annvm; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Twi Months, invariably in advance for the period trdtred. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our offlne not later than 10 o'clock each Morning, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1800. General Scott- Political Reminiscences. Tn death of such a man as General Scott. whose public career extends over the lives of aloioft two generations, iB an unusual event In an country. He had been a commissioned oiliceroi the Un'.ted States for more than fitly eight years. He was made a Brigadier-General fifty-two jears aaro last March. Fifty years ago lie was oflered a position In the Cabinet. Ills early manhood was contemporaneous with the declining years of the Rreat actors...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 May 1866

THIS DAILY EVENING TELI GliAriL PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, WAY 30, 18G6. 5 CF LILUTEfUr.T-CEflE.UL SCDTI lull rnrt Irnlat Thft rnnfral to TnU I'lnr nt Wont faint t On o'ClorU on 1 rlilmy lite Rriunln fi l.fi Iuterrel lu Ihpi Wht 1'oli.t Ouiflfty, Bor's Horn., Wk'T Point, May 20. Liouto mint-General Wintii lil Scoit.died nt this house to day at five minu'os pa-" eleven. Ho departed I Pl'lll-Pllll I.V. Ail HI "iL'L'le indicated till." piisllirn of the old hero's soul limn It?" earthly tenement. Although hi lMHi- was anticipated, yot his death wa coinpnniUvely sudden. Cpon his art ivnl hero on i In? i veiling of I do 10th int., ! special boat trom Now Voik.it was observed thHt ho as very ltv'Mi. 1 pon descon ding from the ( uniiiui' In; totici't'il n hub-, and Imd to pause upon evrry sup ns li,' mounted to the hotel. Alter a le v ibiv, however, In? rallie I ro jspli-rn-Blv, and iih Into ii Saturday, nt half-past t-o, vhs out to the library and tho vill.tir", rid inr;. Tlie ffiitu' dav )i...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 May 1866

GOING HOME. Where are you golns so fast, old man, Where are you pomg ) f8t f There' a valley to crop, and a river V) ford, There's a clasp of the band, and a parting word, And a tremulous slah for the past, old man; The beautitul vanished post. The rond has been rdfrped and roiifrh, old man, To your feet it's rujrped and rough; T?ut you see a dear foeloir with frentle eye, lias tihaied In your labor and sacrifice; Ah I that has been sunshine enough, old man. For you and me, sunshine enough. How Ions finec you passed o'er the hill, old man i Of life o'er the top of the hill? Were there beautiful valleys on t'other side? Were there flowers aud trees, with their branches wide, To shut out the heat of the sun, old man, The heat of the fervid sun? And how did you cross the waves, old maa, Of sorrow the fearful waves f Did you lay your dear treasures by, one by on!, With an aililna heart and ";ods will be done,'1 Under the wayside dust, old man In the graves 'ueath the wayside dust f Ther...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 May 1866

IK THE MAMMOCK. BY BOSK TF.IIBT. How the stars shine out at sea ! Swinfl me, Tita ! Fuster, girl I J I rti a lifliift bird in her ticst, All with tscfirlct blosMims dront, KwinpiiiR where the winds blow free. Ah I how while the moonlight falls; J'ntch inv slipper I there it rocs, Where that stnglo fire-fly shines, Tan ii led in thb heavy vines, Creeping by the conveut walls. Ay de mi ! to be a nun, Juana takes the veil to-day; She lieim mass behind a grate, While t'n lovers lor me wait At the door till nu-jg is done. Swing tne, Tila I Peveu are tall, Two aro crooked, rich, and old, But the other he's too small; (Did ou hear a pebble fall ? And nis blue eves are too cold. If I were a little nun, When 1 heard that voice below, I should scale the convent wall; 1 i-hould follow at his call, Shuddering through the dreadful snow. Tila ! Tita ! hold me still ! No the venter bill is ringing, Bring me quirk my beads and veil. Yes, I know my eliei k is pale, And my eyes shine I've been swingi...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 May 1866

8 IRE EOTJRGAWANI-EATON CASE. A r.fporler'n VIM t Mrs anral Eaton Fuel nad 4rrti. froutb Ijitlj's) Own turi Jlinirtlve or the Jcki-lCMiouMcAfMlil. TUi poblie interest (a the Eaton-Banrftnaui case, , instead 01 duniaiihiDi', appears to be on the in- creaee. it is talkoa of in parlor It . is ccuiaumted on in Dar-rooiiw, people ol fashion diaouss it, and poll tici&n revive ill .connection wnh it tne historic! reintriscences ei the past Ackuowledgiqe: thenar nincanceot all uim. e yesteroay paid a visit, alike oi sjripatby and cariosity, to tne central fifure ot liiH tredy, Mil (.ieucral Katun and propose in the present uiaoo to record Hie chsor atious jnd tlio now facts su jresiou to or lathered try us dnnng our visit. Handing in oar wd. we were ushered into trie I rcsence ol the now duubly notor ons lady, who re. eeivcd tu with the uriccst afl'ab lily. 3'hat she is no ordinary woman would tie evident at a glance: that she hat Utn bcautilui, is aito ujnooniable eyrn at nm siik. one ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 May 1866

TH TLD H H O VOL. V. No. 130 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 18G6. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. Til I II I) EDITION THE FENIANS Seizure of Stolen United State? Ammunition. New York, May 31. Eight thousand rounJs ammunition have been seized by the United Btates Marshal on the steamer General Sedgwick, from Galveston. They were consigned to the Adjutant-General of the Fenian Brotherhood, and are said to have been stolen from the Fede ral camp in Texas. Full particulars of this seizure are given fcetow. Ed. TELEctKAru. A mmnaltlon, Bevoivurn, E., Seised by tbe Halted bum tea MwralKtl oh tbo Sirsnitr "Generial Bedgttlcb." Yesterday. United States Marshal Murray re ceived iniorruation that a quantity of ammuni tion, revolvers, etc., were on board the steamer Oei fral bedgwick, iroru Galveston, consigned to the Adjutant-General oi (he Fenian Brotherhood. The Marshal accordingly seized the goods, and subsequently became possessed of certain cor respondence, which we give below, leading to the...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 May 1866

7HE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM". PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 18G6. h I T EKATU R E Garden Veof.taiii.eh, aud How to Chltivatb Thim. l!.v Fcurlna Burr, Jr. J. E. TiPoii A Co., Boston. The want of gome ntnndnrrl haDCl-book on the art of gardening ban long been felt by amateurs. A long as the rotation ot crops und the seasons of planting were consideicd mysteries of the pro fession, it was simply imi'o-slble to rid oneself ot tbe tyranny of the all-wise pardeaer. The woik belore us Is a step in the direction of fatnl liaiizing the cottager and small land-owner with all the technicalities of cultivation. It coui pi ipca amona the plants treated of every form of garden vegetable. We have searched the index, aud can find every cla. Ulthlully provided for. By adopting the clarification of Linnrru", the whole is reduced to so admirable a system that any desired production can bo at .onca discovered. The directions given for each plant are concise, yet full and explicit. In (act, In its way ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 May 1866

TEE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MAY 31, I860: CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City InteUiijpnoe $ee Fifth Page. The Philadelphia Gas Works. The (Njinrnittpe ot Select Council appointed to inves tigate into the uiMiRgemt'iit 01 the Philadelphia iiw Works met atinin yenter.lay aitcrnoon, C'olinel Pasfe, Chalnnan, pn-Bidmp. Colonel C Thompson Jours, President of the lioard of Trustees of the (ias Woiks, wus present, and examined by the Committee: L. Wnen were ou elected President of the Board f A. January, 1865. y. What number of member eonstirute the lionrd ? A. Twelve, and they meet twice a niontn, exclusive of special lueetines. The member of the Hoard are divided Into three Standing Committees: Finance, Works, and Distribution, y. How many plaues are there where pas is manufactured? A, Poiut Ilreeze, Mtiiket street, ripriiig Uarduo. an I Manayunk; nh larje Holders at Fraukiord, (ieruiantown. Ninth and Miillin street-, an i Ninth and Dmnoud treets. l'Ue main ol...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 May 1866

It published every afternoon Sundayt excepted) at No. 108 S. Third ttrett. Price, Three Centt Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Centt Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subtcrilxsrt out tf the city at Nine Dollart Per . Annum; One Dollar and Fifty Centt for Two Month, 'invariably in advance for the period ordered. To inture the Jntertion of Advertitementt in all of . our Editiont, they mutt be forwarded to our office not laitr than 10 o'clock each Morning, THURSDAY, MAY 31,- 1866. An Original Copperhead on the Rampage. THB DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM FOR THIS FALL. Mb. C. Chauncey Burr sometime known as the Reverend C. Chauncey has been freeing his mind lately to a gathering of Democrats in West Hoboken. They serenaded Chauncey, and Chaumcey "spoke a piece." Alter indulging in little natural solf-elorincation, and spend ing some time in showing that this Government Is one for poor people and not (or rich ones, and, therefore, that there is great danger of "negro equality," C...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAl'II. PHILADELPHIA, 7IIUKSDAY, MAY 31, 1806. CITY I NT ELLIGENU E For Additional Local Items tee Third Pajfl. The Fenians ox the Alert. The Fenians m this country do not seem to have lot their hopes ot inaiiguiating prompt and vigorous measures to secure the freedom of tho "(iroen lslo" Irnm .tin IrAa r. lltn Vi i4 llrlta I'll nil n v n.m ) . tlora mar not beas aident M when tbe onoe reve- 1 rencod O Mahony was Uead Centre, and presided oror the tumultnouR nvotings ot bin adherents In our leaoing cities, sonoiting them to make Investments in ihe bond ot the Insh Republic those who acqui esced can have but little douot ot the permanency of the investments they secured by their eagor ut acnpiions. Toe euthus atlo longings of many wore most bitterly bliirhted bv the discns ous whicn sprang ud in the onlr, and by the revelations whioh lollowed t lie apposing ol O'.Ma'.ony. Hut thi groat raid no being inaugurated by tbe tew bundrd Fenians hoverng near the Canada ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 May 1866

G rIUE, DAILY LVEMMi rJU 1 ( MM Ii a 1 Jill ALELHIU, ILVliMUY, MAY 31, IcCO. TIIE NEW YOKK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOVENALS VJ'ON CURRENT TOriCS. CCMPIIID 1VEKT DAY FOR SVKMHO TKLEOKAm. Shall We Greatly Dare? from the Tribune, Our renders know that, lrora the hour of the Rebellion's collapse and utter overthrow, our platform of Reconstruction has been short and tim pie universal amncatv impartial suffrage. Bfstore to every man nil the rischts bo forfeited by treason, on the single condition that all per sons novn under the jurisdiction ot our Covern. went or naturalised into American citl.ernhtp shall enjoy equal civil and rolitlcal rights. We do not ak that suffrage shall be absolutely nni versnl, but that no qualifications be exacted, no conditions or restrictions Imposed, which do Dot If ar equally on all colors and races. Say that every man shall be able to read, or to read nwl write, or tball have paid a tax, or shall show that be Bains an honest livelihood In somo...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 May 1866

TEE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn. PHILADELPHIA. TI1UI.SDAY, MAY 31, 18GG. a it a ix a i or NiJirtiHEr, BY T. D. ALDRICH. 'Where ko yon, pretty Mnpele, w bore ko you m the rain 7" 'I go to HKk the Bailors Viho snlli;J ihe Hpanlrth main, rTf thev have aeon tnv Willie. ii ne II come back to mo t is so pad to have bim A eiiilmg on tne ea." "0, Maprtrte, pretty Magpie Turn back to yonder town: Your Willie's in the ocean, A hundred latliotus doitn! "His hair is turned to Ben-kelp, His eyes nro changed to stones, And twico two years have knitted The coral round his bones 1 "The blossoms and the clover. Shall bloom and bloom ai;ain, But never shall your lover Come o'er the Spanish main!" But Magpie never heeded, For mournfully said she, "It is so sud to have him A-sailinp on the seal" She left me in the darkness, I heard the sea-pull screech, And burly winds were growling With bi takers on the beach. The bells of old Nantucket, What touching thincs they said, When Magpie lay a-slc;'piup, With li...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 May 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAm. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MAV 31, 180' ' - t'ommodore Vandeibllt's ItesponNe. Governor Bewaril having, by direction of the liesidrnt, transmitted to Commodore Vander tolli the jrold medal unanimously voted him by Con cms in aoknowledsment of his generous (itt To oor country, in her hour of darkest peril, ot the steamship VandtrbUt, worth $1,000,000, Mr. Vanderbilt responded as follows: Kw York, May 8, 1866. Sirt-Your commnnl At ton oft be 17th of April, Informing me thai the t en tress ot the United Btates had, by their resoln. tion oi the 28tb ot January , 1804, tendered to mo their thanks lor the sift of the steamer Vanderbilt. and rexiutsied the President to cause a (fold medal to bo struck and iorwarded to me in oommemora tion oi thi ffllt, has been plaeed in mv hands 1 have also received the medal, together with an attested copy ot the resolution, in compliance with wbieb you have caused ic to be transmitted. You nave been p. eased to express toe hop...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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