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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 9 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1866. Summer Fashion. Fashion, this season, ti pleased to be very gay and tctt peculiar. Old UiMe bonnets of tho qualnteet deslftm form the apex to objects con structed on noarchitecU nl model saVe that of the Pyramids, the base bein exceedingly wide and broad, and differing Irom those ancient Kgyptian specimens of art only In tbe modelling of wait aud th projection of arm. Take the whole effect, however, and save where there Is unnecessary exaggeration, it Is not bad. The contrast of color is pleasant without being too glaring. Harmony Is insisted upon; and though theie are many novelties, and great variety In style, material, and trimming, good taste suggests the Impropriety of mixing or over loading with ornament any article ot costume, and finds much more eleirance iu quiet sim plicity tban in vulgar display. Embroidery has twen rovived to an extent which renders It a most important elemout in ornamenting dresses, suit...

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. — 9 June 1866

THE DAILY G TELEGBArilFHILADELFIIIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 9. ,1860. m W 1 sw a - NUMBER LXXI. A MtT FOR bTKNTAL DISPHmM, AND A COBB , . FOR HT-POOHONDRIA, HT-POCRISr, OS ANT , . OMPLAIKT Of A BT ORDRR. ny ouu skihes editor. ALHAKAC AND DIARY. 'raORT lIITRR-ILLOICAt OB4BRVATION 8 FOR TB WBAEi Jnn. Hoa7 4. Union feollnt very strong among the ireedmen at Arlington Height. The clergyman In charge marries from llftoen to twenty couples a day, botnr, the (Arlington) Height ol human bappinoss. Tnetdny, 5. Ariival of i'awnee Indiana a( Wash ington to are their (treat Father's re toe, which titer bad beard to much about out on the pramea. Andy, through an interpreter, ex plain! bis po icy to them. WedniiAy A Colonel 1'aaro resumes tho Gas , a Investigation, and wants to know srbat has become of the old iron pas roiorH, it lelng rumored that one ot tho Trust nied to sell old . iron and sloel lor a living. Xbnro'y, 7. Jrlal of Jell. Darls commences at Richmond. Mr W. li. Keed, counsol for Jell'., pr...

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. — 9 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING , TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, : , SATUKDAY, JUNE; ' 9; i 1800- CHARON. BY PROFESSOR ATTOTJN. Why look Che distant mountain. So gloomy and so drcarf Are ruin clouds pasfinir over them, Or is the tempest new? No shadow ol the tempest Is there, no wine or rain Tin ('hnron that Is passing by With all his gloomy train. The joiina mm march before hlra, In all their strength and pride; The tender little Itiiantn, They totter by his side: The old men walk behind him, And earnestly they pray Both old and young Implore him To grant onie brief delay: "O Charon 1 halt, we pray thee, By yonder little town. Or near that sparkling fountain Where the waters wimple down! The old will drink and be refreshed, The young the disk will fling, And the tender little children Duck flowers beside the spring. "I will not stay my journey, Nor halt by any town, Near any sparkling fountain Where the waters wimple down: The mothers coming to the well Would know the babes they bore; The wives would ...

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. — 9 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENlfltt TELEGRAPnPniLADELPniA; SATO RD AY, JUNE 9, 18GJ. 8 jkff. x:A.vits. roRTMFS Mohrob, J" n1 f. Henry Kds.,1, Rm4, Jtdwin A. Van Voiton N. Harrison, the el Jett. Davis eonn.el.J17;,, of tne fWBt weUkaowii private 0 the war, lure passed , ehletuin coring Wlth Jeff DaVM ,,,,,, th lort. i"TBhLTL n th,t of ' ,e' "lt,, . ea,asionl one, their conference with their Hied client were strictly private and eonlt 3 .iflund no doubt with aole relerenee 10 the ex J"ed trial next October in Riofimond. ioiio Harrison's TiMt, tliuutih connected with this im nortant approaching event, wan mor a sooial 0110 than anything oli-e. Mr. Davis greeted mm with, rrat eordiaiitv, aa also did Mrs. Dana. lie acknowledged to me seeing a great chango In Mr. Davi' physical condiiion trra the time he last aaw bun, though not of the marked and discouraging character be bad anticipated I be entire party tooic dinner with Mr. and Jin. Davit in the finely tur-ii-bi'd ca emate occupied bv the latter, 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. — 11 June 1866

Y II N i l ,NTT W7 Ty. TTTY A TrhTTTT ri j j M. hf h . A H LLo YOL.-V.-No. 130. 3?ELIL4-r)EIL,T?I-IIAf MONDAY, JTJjNTE 11. 18G6. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. J-L 1,1 4 L I -J.LLJ3LM JJV1,.C3.L 11 LATEST FROM EUROPE. " m Tb Com log: War In Karope Tho Situs tlon Anatrlsi'u Title to Vonsjtla Ass trlaa Preparation Fortification af Veactla Tb Con greats and !( Dlftlc.nl lla Tno RTlntloa aud German ratty War Probable, and II PoHl. Rcanlta - Toridoe Testimonial to Hnrj-NIiMdc to Peabody. Vonvon, May 20, 180 The groat war in Europe baa not began. 1 said, In my last, that it could not bocin at once. Jt would require weeks before either of the three (treat powen engaged would be ready tottiise the first blow. Even Italy, the floroest of all, and the mott desperately bent on war, sti 1 needs ftome timo. Cariba'dl has issued a sort of proclama tion, but he has not moved, nor is bis corps of volun teers fully organized. The Italians are massing troops on ths riouticr, and the enthusiasm is high and...

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. — 11 June 1866

THE DA1L1 , EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE ll, 1866. IDE IS LW YCI K f BESS. i j'.iljal cplmons or leading J0UPNAI8 VP ON CURRENT 'iOPIVS. COP:I.ID kVLT DAY FOR LTfcKlNO TKLVanAPh , Itrpoitof the Reconstruction Committee. From the Tribune, The final report of the Reconstruction Com mittee, which was submitted to the Senate by Mr. Feseen'len, will command the undivided at tcnlion of the country. The reat question of the present year is reconstruction. To secure reconstruction on the basis of Justice and free dom is the tank which the party that conquered in the campaigns of 18C0 and 1864 has now to petfoim. Too report of the Reconstruction Committee is the complete, and, we may say, the olUcial declaration of the principles which the Republican party i bound to carry t brou eh, and in the advocacy ol which, we feel confident, the whole party will soou bu a unit. The report br.pins with adverting briefly to the course the Committee found tt necessary to adopt. They had ...

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. — 11 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPII PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 11, I860. OITY INTELLIGENCE IW Additional City Inle'twfnce J'cfl'i I'agr. Another Shocking Mdrdkk. Tlie 1jlloniDK particular of a tearful crime were brought to liftbt on Saturday morning. Upon the larrn of Dr. Tiedeman, of this city, situate near Owyncid, alor.ii Ihe line of the North i'ennfljlvanitt Railroad, some time a?o, was found the dead body ot a Herman named Julius Worbele, evidently murdered. It now looks as though the murderer lias been discovered. Worhele came trom Wiirtemburfr to Phila delphia in the year 18(". lie was youne, and of (tood chaiacter and presence by trad a book binder. Shortly after his arrival here he made the acquaintance of an unknown man, and during laot winter left his last place of employ ment in Philadelphia, in company with him. A short time afterwards Worheie's dead body was found as above doenbed. An inquest held at the time by William Forman, Hq., justice of the peace at Montgomery Square, ...

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. — 11 June 1866

pvbliahed every afternoon .Sunday $ excepted) at Ho. 108 S. Third $trttt. Price, Three Centt Per. Cvpy (Double Sheet ), or Eighteen Centi Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mtiied to Dubicribert out of tht city at MM Dollar Per Annum; One Dollar , and Fifty Centt for Two " tlimtht, invariably in advance for the period ordtred. MONDAY, JUNE 11, 18G6. Amciican Soldiers In Foreign S?rvIco. At the commencement of our war, we. eagerly hailed the aocepsion of any foreigners who had, by experience, become adepts in the art of war. Five years ago we were the least military nation on the earth. We had no soldiers, no generals, no munitions. To-day, however, we appear in a different character. Our people are all warrior, and ' every county can boat of officers capable of leadiufr armies with skill and on to victory. Europe was at peace and we at war, theo wo demanded and Europe furnished then we looked to her for lenders andshe looked on us as raw recruits. The events ot the last year have...

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. — 11 June 1866

TDB j)Air,y EVENING TELEC KAf'ttiiPHIL AOfeLt'ltf A', MONDAY, JtfKE'li,11 1666. 5 Capb Mat. We copy .the followlnpr merited notice from the Philadelphia Aqt : "Now that the ! summer, with its, oppressivp heat, is upon uii, the tiacBtloD naturally artees, where shall wc go for health and, recreation, Why, Cape Island; for, with the railroad convenience, a pleasant three houra' ride will lake us there, or a trip by water, on one of our beautllul rind convenient boats, would be delightful. But we can get no accommodation when there. For the lasi tour years, hundreds have suffered from the lack of hotels on the Island. A reference to the advertisement Ot the West Jersey Hotel Company, In our columns of to day, will con vince the patrons of" this fashionable summer resort than an enterprise fs now In the hands, of one of our most energetic business men, that will soon adorn the ishnd with one of the most beautiful and commodious hotels ever erected at any summer report on this continent....

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. — 11 June 1866

TBE DAILY TELEGltAPtL tHILADELPIIIA, MONDAY, JUNE 11, 186G. OUU NEW MVY YARD. '1HE QUE AT AMERICAN DEPOT TOR IRON-CLADS. RoMc Gift of Philadelphia to the Government. ITS ACCEPTANCE BY CONGRESS. Speeches of Hon, W. d. Kelloy and Hon. Leonard Myers. Vt. E'C. rC, EtCU, JEtCt As our reader aw aware, the bill to aorcpt league Island 1 Jr n!1Taj purposes passed the House of Rep r' 8frn,t Li-vcs on Thursday lart. We present "belf J W tin telling and appropriate speeches or, our uppresentnlives from the Third nd Four t)j Duttrictg. The nreumenfcj put forth toy ourf jongrcspmcn, Meeer. Kellky-sdJ M?brs had 'reat weiglit, and no doubt secured this to our city. We will publish' to morrow e speeches of Messrs. Thayer and O'Neill. SrEKCfl OF MR. KELLEY. Mr. FpeftVer: I conpratukita you and the -,Honte upon the fact that the discussion draws 'to a close a discussion which, food as I am of Y the excitement of public debate, has not been 7 a pleasant one to hip: and that, sir, because an impression...

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. — 11 June 1866

4 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 11, 186G. :a r - MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Singular Discovert op IIipbfm Tub-astir bY Indians. The Canollton (Illinois) Demdcr&t ays: For gome time past a party of Indiana, numbering Hitcen, liclonpr'mg to the Cherokee tribe, have been encamped upon the banks or the Illinois river, ten miles from this place. Their ostensible object was flshinc, bunting, etc, but it appears from recent development that their chief aim was to secure a hidden treasuie of seven nrns of Spanish coin which had been imbedded in the bluffs at tbat point in years gone bv by tacir ancient forefathers. Tbey seemed to be extremely cautious in their manners, lest the pale face should discover the cause of their presence in that particular lo cality, and secure the coveted prize, for which they had travelled many miles. Alter diligent search, which occupied Rome ten or twelve days, they succeeded in finding the spot where lay concealed the secret of their res...

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. — 11 June 1866

toE , DAILY EVEN1MT TELEGRArn.PniLADELPIIIA, MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1860. 8 AWTOW PRbBST. THE POST-MORTEM EXiBIINATION Medico -T.cenl Lecture ly lr. Wm. II. PttiicoaHt. On Bat ir y &rteronn the post-mortem ex amination, ol Anton Vrobet was held at the Jef ferson Vjfcdfcal Cocrc, in the presence of the Ooronf fcrd quite a lanrc number ot the medl. cal J'jCttRy. The account which we append hereto was prepared by Dr. EdwardR. Hutch infm, who Mutated J. Pancoast in the autopsy. Ir, Hutchigs is ene of our most promising young physicians, find occnples the important position ffi cliAical assistant at the Jefferson. II was present during the whole of the dissec tion, and his Ittfid and very full account of the affair will bo found especially interesting to Mientiflo raea of the medical profession. We ueedncarraMj say that all the statements maybe relied on to being strictly correct, as They are prepared w4'.h extreme care by Dr. Hutching. The a-rpriiir.jr crimo which resulted in the mur der ...

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. — 12 June 1866

TIB rrn E&RAI H A TOL. V.-No. HO. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 12. 18C0. E0UE1 E SHEET THREE CENTS. J)TLT - JLLXLo I AM AX. THIRD EDITION EUROPE. T?AMER "SCOTIA" AT NEW YORK. PROGRESS OF THE PEACE MOVEMENT Important Letter from the Empe ror of France to Lord Cowley. HE DECLINES TO ACCEPT THE RE SPONSIBILITY OF EVENTS. Austria, Italy, Prussia, and the Ger man Confederation to be Repre sented in the Congress. THE FIE ST WILL STAND BY THE TREATIES OP 1815. No Hope for Peace, Therefore. DEATH OF EARL OF CHESTERFIELD The lleform and Financial Troubles in Kngland. THE LATEST COMMERCIAL NEWS. 23to. Eto., X2tc. JRto., EtO New Yobe, June 12 The royal mail steam h p bcolia. Captain Judkins, which left Liver pool at 11 o'clock on the m or nine of the 2d, and Queenstown on the evening ot the 3d of June, arrived here early this morning. The political-news is unchanged. The news is unimportant. It is stated that Chili had suppressed its lega tion in Paris as well as in London and Wash in e ton...

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. — 12 June 1866

THE DAI LI EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA,' TUESDAY; JUNE j 12, l86fl,' THE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURRENT topics COMFILCD IVrllT DAY FOB, EVENING TKLEOnAPH. Milligan at Dlvflion. From the Tribune.' I'roverbiallsts tlk of the llkeiioss of two peas, but two pea are wld ljL dissimilar when con trasted with the photo rapiiic idemity of two CoopiThead speeches. Though one star may differ from another Mar in glory, yet both are glorious, and so, thoueh one disloyal speech may differ from another in lenotniny, yet both are Ignoroiuions. The truth i, a so-called "Democrat," sore as to his head and sour 83 to hid heart, with a ereat appetite for political proflls, and a small aptitude for the present emergencies of polit'.cal serrlce, can do nothing clue as well as he can find fault with the doings of others. They all play, these out-at-tue-clbows political pcrt'ormers.upon a single snarling string. While they cannot be loo sharp ftpon New Knfj land, the...

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. — 12 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAPIT PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1860. 3 OiT Y 1 M TK LLIOENCE for Additional Cilj IiJedijnce He J'1Xt..'agf. Guardians or thk Toor. A. sta:pd meetmir ol tde Guardians ot the loor took place yesterday afternoon, 1'rfB'nient Erety In the chair. The House Atront report"J the lolloping census ot the house lor the week ending Satur day, June 9, 18CG: ( - Number in ti e Home at 12 o'clock M , .2803 fcanie tiuio last year iijuO Inctease Admifcd dur.ng tne la-i two eete Uiilha Deat ' " Mtcharged " , Eloped " ' Indentured " " Number granted lods-in?s durng lamu tioio. ,,, " ' miitp Knnibotln while men's uu.-w.irii , cjlurtd inou' " , ' coloit d womon's ' " hcatht male under sixty j ears of ag " ma.es emnloved 8-I7 . U6 . 8 47 158 . 67 . a 173 81ft ay , 61 , 14(J 482 Total nis'os and females lu insaue dnuartmuut. Icia assistants 683 The House Apent reported collections for "lip id t ua's at $7U4'4ti. The Btewaid reported the house receipts at $197. The Stotekeeper...

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. — 12 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1886. It published every afternoon Sunday excepted) at Ad. 108 S. Third street, Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and milled to Subscriber out of the eily at Kin Dollar Per Annvm,- One Dollar and Fifty far Tw0 Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To tnture the Insertion of Advertisement in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 18G0. Tlie Eniopean Imbroglio. The Scot a brings is two days' later news from Europe. The most important Item of informa tion is the reply ol Louis Napoleon to Earl Cowikt. It comes from Paris by way of Vicuna, rind is to the effect that duilng the late financial panic in Loudon, Earl Cowlbt, by order of the Government, r,olicltcd the energetic mediation of the Emperor Napoieok In favor of peace, and received from his Majesty the following reply: f ...

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. — 12 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TKLfifi 1 AMt. PDILa ELrillA, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, i860. BRITISH INVASIONOF VERMONT. Th Hrltiah Troop Aerons tbn Lias Utrat or Colonel I,llMKtoa, 1'nltvd Stota Army, on tb Mubjcxit An American Woman Root by Ui , Brittafc Tbo Foiilnii Prlnonort at St. John's Mallratd, Kle. St. Albans, Judo 11. Ttie awoin stareraenfg of George VV. Whttp. of North Cambridge, and Bernard Manning, of ftommervillc, Mass., to Ihe eflect that the British crossed the line and cap tured Fenian stragglers, are corroboratod. Hart 8 statement that one man was killed on this side of the line noeda condrination. The whole number of Fenians caiturcd was sevcntcei, Ave of whom were of Captain Grace's ompaay, of Lowell. Colonel Livlnaston, United Staffs Army, In his repoit to Major Gibson, does not positively oenytthe crossinsj, bu it is his impression that they did not. The following is th substance of Colonel Livingston's report to Maior Gibon: He states that he hail his men stationed about five yard...

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. — 12 June 1866

OUR NEW NAVY YARD. THE OB EAT AMEBIC Aft DEPOT EOB IBON-CLAD,' Speeches onion. M.RusscV Thayer and Hon. Charles VNeill. ' eeterday we published t speeches of Hon. W. D. Kellcj and Hon., Leonard Myers In favor f League Island. To-day we present the peeches of Messrs. Thayer and O'Neill. srEEGH OP MR. THATER. The delegation from Philadelphia haa already cupicd a vary large, an unusually larce, share r the time or the House on this bill; but it shouM be resaero bored that this question excltas ery com-iderable Interest In the city of Phila delphia an Interest which has Its foundation not in any fordid or unworthy moflve, but dim ply in a desire to promote the geneial welfare. The people ol Philadelphia believe, as reaards the particular enterprise which is now the sub ject of consideration, the interests of Priiladd Thla arc coincident with those of the nation. Philadelphia does not come here for th purpose f asking a special lavor at the hands ol the na tional (Joveruuient. She Is not...

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. — 12 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1800.' . STRANGE IF TRUE, Th Latest News from the Kplrlt World Reception or Mentenit . Uenernl Scott mil Description of his Costume, Etc. Etc The eentle reader can readily Imagine the sensa licm with which we perused an invitation to be pre. eent at "ihe reception of General Boott int spirit Jile" last evening- It was In Tain that we recalled the fact that the old hero waa burled at Went Point aweckairo; there waa the invitation implying that be waa to te present, in tome foim or other, at Ebbit Hall, comer Broadway and Thirty-third street. With a laith worthy ot a bettor reward we went to Ebbit Hail, which waa filled, aoon alter our arrival, by a veiy large audience, TBI FLACK .AND TBS FIOF-LD. Thore was nothlnr extraordinary about the hall except a tea curtain baok ot the rostrum, and be- hind nils curtain we ii.niceutlv iuiaeined that General Scott wu concealed, ready to cincrjro when the fathering was proi ared lor Ins ...

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. — 12 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENLNU TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1800. Ahicdct or Gewbral Scott. Kind enough at hrart, and thonjrhtful of his troops when in iKTvice.ne permitted no undue familiarity on tke part of his soldiers, and required proper observance on all occasions of his raok and osttlon. The regular knew this wpII enontth, and were not likely to offend him in this reeard. Ills peculiarities were very little known, bo w ver, to the volunteers. As he cme out of the lmildtDff tn which headquarters were at this lime, an orderly stepped up with, as it appeared atterwardj.a letter irom one of the bureaus of the War Department, which he had been direct !? to deliver io General Scott at onre ot course to his Adjutunt-Oeneral or Chief of Staff. The wi?.'"K but " well-learned volun teer interpreted orer MnM, however, and earcleKBly mi- tb "J"0' J? J--Ob. (Jeneralf here's a P,aP?'i,i..3w.1 to look at befoie yon- 2 h" J,' ran of fourscore seemed dubl0"n.ded,Kf?r Just one or two seconds,...

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