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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 November 1861

Fremont Journal. Captain Wilkes and John Slidell. k Thr BrooVlya Timo is waponaibrtt for the following t ' ' ' : Capt. Wilkes, lb bold and responsibili-ty-Msriminf' Commandor of the San Jacin to, who cntiscd If i A gnn to bo flrcJ ncroaa tho bows of tha British steamer Trent, bro't her to and relieved her of Messrs. Mason ami Slitlnll. ami their Secretaries, it now about 50 years of fltro. Consequently, As t u u , 1 1 , I ' cr than no is now. Though every inch a sailor, and not often rrivon to tho melting mood, tho blind, god ouco sueceded In send ing one of his shafts clear through bis rough sou'wester, which found a lodgment in hie honest heart. Tho bow from which tho shaft was sped, hung in tho eyes of it fair girl, and strnigbtwny tho jolty tnr fell bead over ears in love. Ho prosecuted bis suit with vigor. The girl was "a lass who lov ed a sAilor," And so smiled npon him, and consented to become bis wife. . But Iho Tounj sailor had a rival in the bod of a respectablo, well-to-d...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 December 1861

- i x iBMklaMd " Everett,- 1 . ataareley. Oenneelleri At lef, asii UnUortora It Chaneerr, will attend to professional business ana. Land Affny fn aannti.v.y and enjoining eonntle. Offlon, tnd ,atnrT Bafbland'a ntoelt, ft'rvaawnt. ( R. f. BUOKLA.Nl). HOHEK EVERETT. oV'" J. L. GREENE A SON. f ' ' AtWmi.ea it will sttenfl to all Business .ntrmited to their sot. OIDm InTvl.r'aBIe,(.'oraereCr(uan ad Kront streets, Fremont, Ohio. ' O. AV. P AO E , ATTORNEY AT LAW, lNtUlUNCR AMD OBNBBAlc ORNT, - 2lni Notarn tJnbltc, ' ; CtTDK. SANDUMr OoUHTT, O. 'ill tinaltMMa ia trusted to hla ear. i, falthfnll and promptly 4 . esented. W. I. KElfiEV, M. II. H AS opened an olrlr In Bocalsnd's NEW Dlors oppo site tha Onrhaji Hens., Inr tlio purpfllo of practic ing Medicine and Surgery, where be can bo found during HI! UT iwiinw -, j - - i-atc. bio ramdanae on Main Strae t nearly ojipoeite (he Epis t copal Churcn. Aiif. 23 1861. - i : llomonopailiy. 0 Br. I. W. Krt.llil, harlng established himself forthe .p...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 December 1861

Jfmnonti3ttnml F11EM0NT: OHIO, r ZSAAO m. SSBIBK, Editor. . Friday, December 6, 1861. President's Message. fellow-Citizen of th Senott and House I . of Representative: , In the midst of unprecedented political! troubles, we have cause of great gratitude . to Ooo for unusual good health and abund-; act harvests. . You will not bo sunrised to learn, that in tbo peliar exigences of tbo timea our intercourse with foreign nations haa boon attended with profound solicitude, chiefly taming upon our own domestic affairs. THE REBELLION AND FOREIGN INTERFERENCE. ' A disloyal portion of the American peo plo have, during the whole year, been en gaged in an attempt to divide and destroy tho Union. A nation which endures fac tious domestic divisions is exposed to dis- Tespcct abroad, and one party or both, i sure, sooner or later, lo invoke foreign inter vention. Nations thus tempted to interfere -are not always able to resist the conscls seeming expediency and ungenerous am bition, although meas...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 December 1861

TU8T10K 'OF'THK PBACE ,) ri.r.cTioi. NOTICR ia hereby riven, to the qualified etctiMa of the Townahtp of Kandneky, ftandnaky county, Ohio, that there will bean Election betd at tha iWllon room ofeaidtewn ahlp, In the village of Fremont on . . Tuesday, ibe 10th dny Docember next, r to el eat ail additional Jnetlne of tha Peare for eaid Tewe ' ahlp. Br order of tbe Trnateea. J. n. IHJSSfcl.L, H. F. LATTlrt, Fremont, Nov. SO, 1801. ttt) Truateeo. IU)L Gil AND READY' New Ambro type Gallery. ftiekland'a Nw Block, oppotite tht Crnghu Hoqm, FREMONT, OHIO. K. ARCIinOM) faoi opened a NEW AMTlItO TYI'E GALLKKY at the above p.ep; Wing t1i UrjrMt kyURlit In iU HUle, be li now taking every ne Miiptlon of Plcturen In deree of armirarv onlv to obtained In a food light. Havlnv a large aun'otmcurer and aaptendid akr-lfgUt, he takea Pleturea In all klnda of weather, limdy weather ia ft little the beat, aet In frame, case a, ' loeketf, Ac.. In ft atrle tinimrpaaaed. In from Ore to ten econda and lint ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 December 1861

Fremont Journal. "Lovejoy Offered a Job at Catching Niggers. Re. r.w . A eorrespondent of Now York paper. era a . at .. writing Irora epringiloltf, Missouri, 'lolls o Xoveioy: r-. . i t - r Y - 1 cm 1 r, v4on ii unn uovriov ana outnii ro ll w, nnd by inritntion of Gen. Hanter will jrrobubly tak somo position on hi ilff. The firmer, by aid of his jrood-niUurad countannnco and hi iuar-Uer in ntodo, is a very geoerl favorite. Ho go wandaring cureleasly around, looking not unlike tue el der Napoleon in oulline ; k cps a cloao eye mi the ebon chftUels, and is cbiefly engaged trhen engaged, in writing his name on the upper right-band corner of envelopes with , the addition of "M. C." A day or two ainoe. a Union citizen came into camp, and, with a dolorous visage, complained that aomebodr bad allured oil bis negro boy Sam "See here T Mid somo wag, after bearing Lis complaint, "do you soo tunt gootleman yonder in a blu coat; Well, just go to bim ; he's the roan to hunt up your nigger P Tbo ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 December 1861

Rurklnml 4V Evrrrlt, AttftrfM,rn4 Crninwllnin ftt I, nt ffnllrltorii In rhrf'ill aMcnd to prof .. nnal biifl.nMi nni I,ami AcncT in Hiv..ir.ii,T ana anjmmng cnnnuri. umc, ana nn p nif K. I'. ItUCMiAWU. HOMER EVERETT. J. L. OREBNE fe .SON. A tlorneva it I.kwj will attend to all holnes errlrnetwd to their ear. Office In Tyler's Block, Comer of Orog haa and Front streets, Fremont, Ohio. C. XV. PAOH ATTORNEY AT IjAWj INSCRANCE AND OKNKRAL AflKNT, QLvto Notary flnblic, Cltdb, Sandusky Countt, 0. All biulDfH l.trnsted to hl care, falthfulljr and promptly eaeenten. W. I. KEIiliEY, M. I. AS open, an of In Itucklonil'i NEW ninck ojipo mitm th Crothan Houm, for th ptirnono of practio Mditiln ko) Harory, where lie can be fnnno during nil noi proieftionauy rnfragrnj ana ai nigm Mala Street nearly oppoit the F.nta Aiir. 2.1 1801. tlx dav. ( at hia residence oa copal Church. lfoinropaihy. ' Br. J. W. FAil.lxn.havlne e.taMl.bcd himself ftir th h..M.t nf i,.iplnw ll..minnnthv In till, nlae and vl- ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 December 1861

Jrfwmttmmwl FREMONT: OHIO. I3AAU Tit. n&SLSR, Editor. Friday, December 13, 1861. The Grand National Army. i From tlis report of lb Secrotnrj of War, wo IrIio tlio following statement of tlio tlio. strength of tho Arm?, both volunteer sod regular: STATE. VoLC.VTKKW. 1 Uuntli,. t or in. .r. A gg rtg . Cftttforatn 4.8SS Connecticut.... ...... Pt!nwAr.............. Illinois I iMlinas..... ......... f"s . Kenltirltr. M.in. MArrlmv".. ......... lUximrliUwtni.'..... . Mirlili.m Winnraola......... HtBurl. Nrw llnmpohire. .. New .l.rnejr.. ....... New York.. . rthto , Penti.Tlrftni... ...... RlmllO iKlMld Vermont...... ...... Virginia ............ tV i.( nnjtiD. ......... . Ksnfi.l. ............ Cnlorndo. Nebrtt-ka Ne.sds New Meslrn nwtriot of CotumM.. J.2.19 77S 4,941 W58 108 3.4X1 784 ,!!')' 70.1KS 10.2.HI l,s TSO 77 7W 12.400 2,no H0.0OO 67.;ffll Iti.sno 1S0C0 14.KI9 7.0(H) 27fiO I'S.sno 4.100 211,1 30 .3t lon.200 Ri,a ti.im ' 4. RHS n.ooo 1,H0 14.1M 5.000 1,(100 5. M'O 1,000 1,0(0 1,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 December 1861

THE, PEA OK J! UtIJ-,1 MOTICE It lirr!iy Riven, to lh qunllOfd i etnm of In Townihip of ntidiifitcr, 9nc1iikr roiint v, Ohio, tlmt therB will n KliTtlnn ln-l'l at tht wWliun room of Mid town hip, In the rlllaRr uf Prmnl on Tuesday, . die lOlb (Uy December next, tofltot fih 4r1i..tr,r.i Jnntlr of thf IW for Mid Towit- iblp. By order or th TriUw 8. II. HfrtHFLL.. B, LATTK, 4.1wA TrnnleM. Krpmnut, Not. 10, HOK.II AINU ItEADY'M, ftew A mbroty pe Gallery I T V O BacVlaml'i Now nioek, oppmltc the Croatian Bottae, FREMONT, OHIO. E. AR( IIKOI.I) ! ran openeil a NEW AMIIUO TVI'EtiAU.t.KYnHlioBhoTeplaeoi hlti the larireat akylllit in tlie Stale, he now tnUliif every de.erlptinn of Picture in a decree or accuracy only W lie obtained In a (rood llithl. llnvina Inrpe aun oh.enrer nod a eplcndit aky-llRht, ho tnkea I'lctiirea In all klnda of weather, elondy wenther la a lltttS the beat, aet in framea, caaea, loeketa, At-, in a atyle nnaurpa.acd, In from flra to ten ecomlaani) (lnlahed in twenty m...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 December 1861

Fremont Journal. Fremont Journal. SYNOPSIS. Fremont Journal. SYNOPSIS. OF THE REPORT OF THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL. ' It uppenrs tlml the whole number of pot oftioea in the United Stitio. on the 90th of Jane, 1891, wm 28,580; nnd tint, the en tiro number tf cams noted upon during the mint period was 10,638, including uppoiot uienU made by the President of the United Slates. The whole number of appoint ments made bj the Fostmastor-Ooneral is 9,238 and the number by the President during tbo same period is 337. The aggregate earnings of the different trans Atlantic steamship lines during the year ending Juno 30 1881, were $302,887 63. The expenditures of the department in the fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1861, amountod to $18,600,759 11. The expenditures werft 114,875,073 80, showing a decrease in 1861 of $1,268,018 78. The gross revenue for the year 1801, in .t,.,i; t. i.n. ; from foreign posUgos, amountod to $8,349, 290 40 Tho estimated deficiency of means for 1861, as presented in the an...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 December 1861

Attorney a""1 OnnnaelloT at I .aw, And ftotlritor In CHannerri attend to professional Wine and Ind A(mkt 4ptm)nttT and adjoining eonntle. 001 as, 2nd ifcory V r rif1'a RlAok, Fremont. R 1 -WKtANi). nOMKR KVERBTT. J. L, GREENE fc SON. Attorney. t I.awj will attend to ill bnslnesa entrusted to their tm, Office In Tyler's Blank, Corner afCrogbssl and Front atreete, Fremont, Ohio. C. XV, va.uk, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ItftHJHANCa! AMD OCNSRAL AQKNT, 2lnt Notarg public, Cltdc, Sandusky CouHTr, O. All businew latrueted to hit cere, faithfully and promptly 4, oaeented. XV. I. KEliljEYj M. I. HAR opened en office In Auckland's NKW Block oppo site the CrofrhMi House, for thft purpose of praotio lediel.e and Surgery, where lift can be found during the day, (whlla not professionally enfrsged) and at night at hli raeldenoe Oft Mala Street nearly opposite the Kple nopal Church. Aug. 23 18nl. IIomnopalliy. Dr. J. W. Fatmno, having established himself for the purpose of practicing llomceopethy In tlila p...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 December 1861

Fremont Journal. FREMONT: OHIO. ISAAC M. HEELER, Editor. Friday, December 20, 1861. The British and the Arrest of Slidell and Mason. . By reference to our telegraphic dispatches, it frill bo seen that the forciibly taking Slidell and Jluon from the Knglish steamer Trent, Iim caused tho'titmnst in J if; nation in Great Britain, and titnt a demand will be made that the rebel Knibassador be given up and an apology made for tbe insult, and that a refusal on our part to Comply with these demnnila will be cauae for an iinmodiate war. Publia meetings have been called in many places, at which the most inflammatory speeches hnve been tuade, and the moat dire revenges threatened against thin Government. Tbe "immediate consequences" of a war held ever ua in terror by the chiefs of the Britiah press are: "the recognition of the Davis confed eracy; the raising of our blockade; and the blockade of our northern porta." The advan tage to accrue to the Kngliah Government by effecting these oljecs ar...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 December 1861

ROUGH AND HEADY'S New Ambrotypc Gallery. Backlasd't New mock, or.pr.alle Crngbea Honts, FREMONT, OHIO. K. ARrilHOLD l" opened o NKW AMnnO TYI'F; I1ALI.KKY ettlieaboveplerr; having largest ssvllght In th 81.1.. he I. now taking every description of Pictures In degree ef aernreey only to I obtained In rood light. Hevlng large son obscurer and .plendld skylight, he takee 1'leturee In ill kinds of weather, elnndy weather In Utile the best, -t In frump., cases, lockets, Ac., n a style unsurpsswd, In from Ave to ten seconds and floi.b.d In twenty minute., at price, ranging FROM ONE SHILLING TO O.VE DOLLAR. Com one and all and (ret your picture, while you can get lliem CHEAP and GOOD. I warrant all my picture, to ia.t a. long a. any other Picture, taken. A large etock of eases Ae., on bend. . Not. ?0, 1861. Srao IMPORTANT NOTICE. The New Meat Market. fflMfi andrnijtnHl would my to thf Frmr of JUoditn I kv oonnty.thftt tliey are pitying tit hifhent market prioe . CASH, for moit k.ndaof regv...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 December 1861

Fremont Journal. the Louisville Journal. Grandpa Nathan. BY TM. D. GALLAGHER. , J; tlx beoch and bickory ra , , , i. Orandps, Nathan sat at tiight, - 1th details of marchiug armil'. And tlionowi oC man j a figUi. Vhen ha laid aiUe Ilia panar. Though ita eontanta he had told, " 4 He iraa plied srith niir qnwrtions Bj lb. young and by the old. tta a war the nxiet infernal, ' (Orandpa Nathan mado reply,) ' 1 Dot the Wiona of the Union ' ' floon will crash it out, or die ! If I only had the YiRor Of jmt twenty yr ara apo, 1 " How I'd Ipso Into my saddle ! ' How I'd fly to meet the foe 1 Nannie Hardin, dearoat daughter, There' a apirit now abruud That' akin to whatsoeTer la at enmity with Uixl. It baa wrought upon portion Of the people of our land, Till they almoat think they're hmic.it Ib tlie troaaon they hare planned. It haa at ruck the aea with rapine. It haa tinged ita shore with blood, Aad it roll and surges inland Lik a desolating flood. ' It ha rent the nearest kindred E'en the m...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 December 1861

FREMONT JOURNAL. EXTRA. EXTRA. THE REBELLION--ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES. A Speech Delivered by A Speech Delivered by Hon, J. M. ASHLEY, AT COLLEGE HALL IN THE CITY OF TOLEDO TUESDAY EVENING NOV, 26TH, 1861. TUESDAY EVENING NOV, 26TH, 1861. Correspondence. Boa. J. M. Imn r-Dtar Sir . Tbmierilirntd if Stt To t 4drMl Iht cltlMM ef Toledo on Uit totijwt I tk prMaat rabtlHos, tt th Osllrir Hall, it inch time u vmlta your mdtiIim prior to jronr letting for Wuh' Infttoa. Toiodo, Nov.l, 1SSI.' B. 0. Lranum, . KrtTU, A. W. Olouaa, OtxrlM Kant, Valentin Braun, M. R. Walt, D. A P. W. Baker. Lyman Pareher, A. H. Haihawar, W. W. Jonef, t. A. Jooee, Pule t Clark, Alex. Reed, Jarae Myen, Uorao Thatcher, Jonathan Wynn, Dan Segur, Tolido, Nor. 91, 1801. OanTi.awiK : In rep Ij to jour faror ef th 19th hut., Inviting ma to addreee th people of thli ollj on th tub. Jeot of tb present rebellion, I will nam Tuesday even ing Not. 36th. Respectfully, J. M. ASHLEY. TO R. C. LEMMOM. Esq., and others. Mr. J...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 December 1861

reitted th Fort to b so ntlroned with rmeJ batteries, that it was said rein forcement could not be put Into the Fort with 1pm than 40,000 men. In this trying emergency, everything now de pended on the decision of the Prenidont, aud nohly did he meet the responsibili ty. You and I honor him for his decis ion, lie said, Never by an order from my hand, while I am President, shall the Star and Stripes be ttrttck to a reb el foet" (Long applause.) This im pulsive and patriotic declaration of the i "resident, In my judgment, saved the life of the nation, and whatever blund ers ho may have committed, or shall hereafter commit, this brave and noble act ought and with me, shall excuse a multitude of mistakes. . When anked what he proposed to do, he answered, that " the. world will ex pedite to provision our soldiers, while in the faithful discharge of their duty, and I intend to notify the authorities at Charleston that the troops in Ft. Sump, ter mil be fully provisioned by tending an unarm...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 December 1861

Rurklnnd A, Everett, Attorneys end Cnnnsellnra lit Law, and Rnllrttnrs In Ohaneerv, will attend to professional bnsinese and Land A gency In Sandusky and adjoining counties. Office, 2nd story Burklsnd'a Hiock, Fremont R. P. HUCHAMft f ( , HOMER EVKhFTT. - f-s ' ' 1 ' ', J. L.; GREENE it SON. Attorneys at Law; will attend to all bnalne ss entrust.!, to thf Ir car. Office In Tyler's Block, Corner of Crog hn and Front streets, Fremont, Ohio. C. W. PAOE) ATTORNEY AT LAW, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENT, tfotarg Public, ' nvm. RawdUBIIY Coumtt, O. A fcuslamlntras to hla w,-llhfully and prompt!)- MWUt?l. V. I. KEIiliEY, M. J. nAS openfl in twne in HucKiaim a inf.w nines opp (it to the C'ropnun Houit, for th pnrpnufl of metie- inm Mdicln nu fcrfrjr, whor K b fmn4 during tli dnjr, (whll DutnrofeMlonriUy engad) and at night at hit residence on i nam oireci ncany onponup inn r.pia copal Chnrcb. AUK. its IROi. IIoinRoiailiy.' Dr. J. W. FaiLisn, having established himself for the purpose or practic...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 December 1861

Fremont Journal. Fort Stephernson Regiment, 72nd O. V. CAMP CROGHAN, Dec. 26, 1861. ' Whin the appeal w first mndc for rolimteor for thin Regiment, U Was predicted by many that the! effort would proVc a failure, but most nobly hare the patriotic turn of Sandusky coun ty and Yicitiitj responded to that appeal. Over 800 havo already enlisted in tho Regiment an good and true men a ever voltmtoered for the defence of their country. It U important that the Regiment should be speedily filled up to 1,000 men. There are yet men enough in Kan dusky county who can and who ought to era brace this opportunity of serving their country. It Is the Inst they will have of joining a Regi ment composed almost entirely of their ac quaintance and itnmedinto neighbors. Men of Sandusky Valley, I appeal to your patriotism. Rally around your Country Flag, the glorious Stars and Stripes so bravely defcuded at Fort Stevenson in 1813. Fill up this Fort Stephen son Regiment, that it may do honor to tho name it ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 December 1861

ROL(iU AND RBADy'H New A nibro type 0 al lery . Backland'l K.w Block, nppn.lt. the Crnghan Houee, FREMONT, OHIO. E. AHCMHOI.D haa opened a NEW AMRR0 TY l"K UAI.I.KKY at theabove place) having tin Inrfccnt ekvllght Id th State, he Is now taking every description of Pictures In neisree e aeeumcy only to be obtained in a rood light, lla.thg largo obscurer nd sple ndld akylight, lit takea Picture. In nil kinde of weather, elondy weather if little tlie best, set in framea, eaaea, loekata, fcc. In a ntjl unsorpaaacd. In from Ave to ten aeoondeand Sotahed in twenty minutes, at prlcea ranging FROM ONE SHILLING TO ONE DOLLAR. Coin onn and all and get your ptcturea while yon can get them CHEAP and GOOD. I warrant all my picture, to laat aa long aa any other Pictures taken. A large atoek of eaaea c, on hand. Nor. 20, 1M1. Imo IMPORTANT NOTICE. The New Meat Market. TUB onderelgned would say to the Farmers of Sandus ky oounty, that they are paying th highest market price In (JASII for most kinds...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 27 December 1861

Fremont Journal. The Famine in Ireland. g!vo flutter mcoudU of OiO dostitu twn in IroUnd, received by th liwt tcra ors. TIio cmo U Locoming ft doftperato odo. CHAMTASLl MEETI"0 lit 8AIWAT DtRTBISg lM Til ft "CUV Of TUS TMBS9." Galy (N'flT. W) eorrvuponirene. of th Paella PrwMn, An influonlial mooting wns hold tills day at Ilia Mnynrally Rooms, to tako iuto con idnrntion iho best mfnnsof diatributfnjf the coal and money subscribed for the relief of tbo poor of Galway. Tha chnir was occu- pied by tbo Very Rer. Peter Daly, P. P.; who explained the object of the mooting. Mr. Js. Martyn, President of tho Society of Sniot Vioccnt do Faul, suggested that in dependently of fuel relief, it would bo very Advisable to form it committee for the relief of the poor by food. Mr. Mnrtvn dotailcd a case of distress which ho witnessed in the town on Saturday. It was that of man who had earned his livelihood in Galway as laborer for the last twenty years, but had been Incapacitated from doing anything...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 3 January 1862

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Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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