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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

True Self-Government. An eloquent nnd popular lecturer gives utterance to this eternal truth: "Men need 1 governments of restraint, just in proportion to the degree in which they are not developed and free. As the individual becomes educated and. strong in his whole nature, moral and intellectual, he needs no government. For God made the human soul sufficient for all its own exigencies. It is a perfect state. l

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

IIFABATIOH BY J. EDWABD NBEt. . A heigho—unfett con know the pangs Which pierce the innocent soul ' , Or tell With whai o 'erwfaelming force The woven of sorrow roll; , . _ ¦ . ¦ When from the bcmt'n endeared embrace Its second golf is torn. By ruthless death's unsparing hind. Made desolate—forlorn t No woniter our mind oft reverts To where our kmtfrei* dwell f No wonder that our tears should fall When called to say—Farewell.

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

Gen. Sigel, who has. _bcen quite ill for some time in St. Louis, is so far recovered as to Be able to take the .field ; It is reportthat Ben. McCulloch, during the battle at Pea Ridge, selected thirty, marksnienj from the ranks of his sharp-shooters a.ud directed them to bring .down tho/'d-rrd Dutchman." BuVhltkough Sigd ' constontly exposed liimself to their aim, they could not hit Mia.

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

The Lftteat ftoaiciea, Batiks. ¦ WidiaiNdTONy MaySd-i^heenem^ Hadet Generals Ewell and JoHrJsofl/ with a stipprio* force; gave battle to Gen Banks this morningrttdayli ght,.at Wincbester r Gen. Barifes fotfgwtthttu s« iqflrsj and thefl relired id tlM direction of Martinsburgj with wtfat loss is unkriowo. The UtieSn are 1 * it ift tirideretood, ndfaneiag from Winchester oft Harper's Ferry. Oto troops there 1 ar* being lapialy reinforced. • v Rumor says that Jaeferotf is adTatfeitfg to 1 stfpport Ewell and Johnston, and there are* also statctoentB that still another fotee is behind him. Prompt means Ka ' vC been taken to meet tfeese einetgencies,- if truly reported. A- despatch received to-night states that Gen. Banks has made good his retreut aet' osS the Potomac at WiJIiatasport. , ' Gen. Rufiis Saxton is in commatid at Harper 's Fetry. . ' • Official Despatch ' froni Gen. Mantes. - " llEADOOAnSTEI88 , MaBTINSBUBQ , ) May 25, 2.40 P. M. > 'to the Htm. fit M. Stanton...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

ExtiuMtixt ih Woynesbarl>\—Qtit towYi waS the scdn"e df considerable escitement on 1 Tuesday. The announcement that Qardriet * HemrniiigVCirctM would perform, a f ternoon and evening, throtiged the streets at an early hotir in the' rooming with persons from the neighborhood and surrounding country. , Aboiit noon 1 Lieut. Mormon, of Captain Horher ' s Cavalry, with n sqtiad of soldiers, aboiit twenty in number, arrived itt tqtfrn, and at two o'clock marched ifc procession to the residence of Michael Hanstine, near the end of Church Street, whoro they cttt down ft-pble which riafl bt'£n planted tnere by him several ftpriths apo. Soifle 1 of the citizens nlledge1 , ffiat fcis dag was fiat Jtoisttfd whert Fort Dohnelson was ciipttired,, nor upon the announcement of any Union victory since" , but on Monday morning last; was Strtittg to the highest block oB the' pule, the new6 of Genera! Bank's defoat and retreat having been received here on Sunday. That evening more cheering n...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

the residence of Pitts D; fcindcrffj who was found lb ty ritoMt. Oh thteir return they captured gattttel jtt$cher , . from Ringgold; upon the ' charge of dleloyaltjr. lib Was taken to tho Hotel, where tho oath of allegiance was administered to him by the Sergeantj Heecher at first declining to take the 1 oatL ° lt8 Was tbto tdd fee" must giVa dire eheers for the Union, which he did in" chorus with the soldiers and others. No further arrests were attempted, but considerable excitement continued daring the afternoon and wetting " . W$ have given nothing but tlid simpta facts in regard to the affair as they occurred, tot do wo wish to be understood as sanction- . ing luniultttdus gfenSBedings tin the part of ' &tueriB ° of soidifers, but that thore are those here who 4d Sympathise with the Traitors in «rms againsfc the <J«Jv6rtlmettt no Union eititeri will dwy. A preffertnBe for the rebel Government has been openly BipW3sSd and \. eur«nriy dtinonoijed—^-the governmen...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

The Attack en Front Royal-A Gallant Defence.— Tlie White Flag Used by the Rebels. BAirffMoitE; May 25,—Two members of Colonel Kenley ' s Regiment have arrived in this city, and report that they we're attacked by a large cavalry force under Ashby and sevoral regiment? of infantry^ and twice repulsed them with great lofis > Kenley's force consisted of the 1st Maryland Regiment, one section of JKnapp 's Pennsylvania Battery, three" companies of tho 29th Pennsylvania, and while the fight Was progressing, two companies of "New York cavalry came to their assistance. The fight commenced, at 12 o ' clock, and continued dp to nig ht, when the infantry force succeeded in surrounding them. The first fig ht and repulse took place east of the Shenandoah, and, finding the for.ee too great, he retreated to,the west side, destroying-one of the bridges, ibnt was too hotly persued to succeed ^ in destroying the principal bridge. He inacle another stand at the west side of the river, and Kn...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

- BQrTho exaggerations as to the expenses of the war, set afloat by disloyal political demagogues, are refuted by the authorized statement that the expenditures from April, 1861, to tho present time have not averaged a million of dollars a day. The Yallandigham Address recently issued stated that they amounted to4hred millions of dollars a day! KJ jFThe retreat o?B " anks from the Valley of Virginia has aroused the citizens of the loyal States. In Baltimore City the Union men became greatly excited over the defeat of the 1st Maryland regiment and the reported death of the gallantCol. Kenly. The secessionists who'attempted to rejoice over their mishap were forced to make tracks, whilst others were knooked off their pins.— The police were out in great force but found it difficult to restrain the tjxaaperatod Union men. ' . : WA rebel officer lately, captured spoko iti tho highest terms of praise of Vallandighain and says his conduot in the House is approved of by all the rebels!...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

Horrible.-fA rltimbel: otfsdlditfrs whd belonged to Batiks' DivisioS; ttflA who were among the siek arfd wounded' id the hospital at Winchester; p^sseti through , this plaeo at intervals att day yesterday. From «!hem we learned that; aa Bitih* was compelled to fall back,- W sttvc his army from being Captured, tlicy triefd to, make their way as best as they could to the Potomac. Many of thsiH,- However, wh» were weak from sickness or too erippled frSin wounds to travel very fast wore overtaken by rebel cavalry who put them to the sword in the most merciless andvcruel manner. Those ^ho were too weakto be retrieved from the hospital, paid the same fate, a»d etefn several female rntrr ses were shot tlowu in the fcio&t coldblooded nianncV One of these men remarked that a number of men whom their comrades tried to take with them, tfho had tlie typhoid fever and others who had been severely wounded, they were compelled, to save tfremaelres to Hide in wheat Balds along the roa...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

Contrnbamls.-^A larger ntfnibeT of negroes in some imtarteds whole fafifiiitfs, have' arriVe'd froitt Virginia within the last few days7 They art* corttrdbarida atid hat« followed in the wake of the" arifirjf: Matty of tfetStit have nothing but the clotftea on their backs, and are wending their way into Penhsylvania.--i6, Anotlier Afyotptiper Qjfyf G^fi/W. ^^Wa are reliably informed that the Uriitto citiSieHs of Mechanicstown , in Frederick county, Md., completely "gutted" the office of the Faml y Visitor, in that place on Monday gvetiing last; scattering the Ijpe and furniture over thn Btrtfwt. Thn "ViBJW waa an in»igni«icant sheet , controlled and edited by a few Rebels in that place, who are, no doubt, more deserving of punishment than the simpleton who announced himself "editor and publisher," F FeMale As*a&giHa(ori.~d\ir soUtere positively assert, says tho Hagcrstown Herald that the women in Winchester shot at them from the windows of their houses as tbey passed t...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

Good News from Tennessee^—Union Brimon strutiont—Doer tion of Troops, file. MvRFttEESBORo' , May 25, 1862, The first Union demonstration yesterday was .successful. It was mostly attended by country—people. - Andrew Johnson, Ed* muild Oope, and William Spencer spoke.— Gov. Johnson addressed the meeting, for three hours. He was most patiently and at* tentiyely listened to, creating a profound impression. TIms Nashville resolutions were unanimously cndortJBd. Rebel troops are ' coming ia and, laying down their arms^ Thirty-fottr came in tor day. ., ' ^ Busine s s is^ftt»riy-^t!^S5'dBd;- --^> fin* gent martial law will be relaxed a» regard* country people. There is to be a Union demonstration at Columbia on Jane 2. ' The rebels may strike; somewhere to break up the meetings, but " Union seed is being sown among the country, people by the energetic action of Gov. John- - son, who praises amnesty to all save the loaders; Meotings will bo held come what may. ... • ,' ' \ Morgan ...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

Preparations for tJte Defence pf. Ckarfcitbj£ ' -&' ' :¦ Caibo, 3Iay 24.—-ihii Memphia ¦pajeiniif^ contain the 'following:—-Thel Charleatnwk. - Courier of the I2tb ,inst, -^ng i^iilk &ia^^f citizens of Charlestown in being fput^inii«::t% larger than New Orleans. Ah^paata^ ^ ment of stores from Colombia and th»interi£i or, iron cftaiua and other material wM«Qffii.^. be on the' way to -aid m «oM*nicfini- afi^^^^ wall to block outt»o . in.va^,.ft^ ^ :i^^^. ) proach to within abjeuagdiatoaoffof tfte^i^j , r '. Our Siekf:jfam& &k^^$d^^^ BAiUMOBE, H^' 26^^^|i!^l^^f> Uamaport sa, ^4^. - «fc^^^^«j^^p^. ;- throngh. Wrache3t^,^ ther«7»i!an^#d|^ i^^ them^itl^p l^ -^^SiH^ were mc»thn^tre^^iiEMmm killedi. .- .... ,;..- >: r -::^Xfy»K : ^'^^M . ¦ ft.: " ;4- ^^MM^^'r^-^M

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

A Fact.—There is a village in this eotfrity, not far from the Mar^laftd litf«?j {there the Sacrament of the Lord' s SUpe* was administered to a Congregation oil SdrtWtli last. Previous-to the" connnence' nierit of the exercises the Pastor of the "flock" was waited tipoM and rUqae - ate -d rtcft to pra/ for the Presideflt 6f tfeis United States. It seems that another minister was present to assist tho Pastor on the occasion. He preached in the niorfiitfg, attd altfjoiigh notified o% tho re^«e" Bt, did pray for the President, add for doing so was hissed by some of the ladies most prominent in the congregation. This is an actual fact,* oar authority beiHg silch that we' can vouch 1 for tW &r«fctnesB of the statement "What will some ' persons who declare themselves Union men, and at the Same time profess to believe tbat all are" loyal; say of this ?

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

The President authorized to call for Ttcq Hundred Thousand Men. WAsHiNGTdN; May 29 4 1862. Mr. Wilson, of Massachusetts, introduced a bill into the Senate yesterday to legalize and confirm thg act of the President in accepting the service of volililtddrs, Under the ^ act approved July 23, 1861, and to authorize tho acceptance of two hundred thousand volunteers in addition to those authorised by that act . Be it enacted , &e ^ That the act of the President of the United States in accepting the services of volunteers beyond the number authorised by the act approved July 22, 1861 j is hereby fegaliigjj and confirmed; and the 1 number of volunteers authorised to be accepted by the President under that act, is hereby extended to Seven hundred thousand men; these additional forces to be organized in the manner as directed by tho said a«5t of 22d July, 1861. • This bill was referred to the Senate Mili« tary Committee

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

Fi g ht tphecen Gen. Nerjlee and the Rebel Gen Stewart; ^ Hkadq'rs Army of the Potomac, ) - Sunday, May 25. ) Geoeral Naglee-'s brigade is now encamped five miles beyond lhjttom' n Bridge ' . To obtain their position they were forced.to engage the rebel General Stewart with his brigade, composed of five regiments of infantry, one of cavalry, and two batteries. Oar loss was two killed and six wonndctL The officers engaged in the fight suppose the ~ rebel loss to-have-been betweet»-fifty-and sixty killed. A number of their dead were left on the field. There is nothing of interest from the vicinity of Richmond today. The contrabands that came in say the inhabitants of Richmond arc leaving as fast as thoy can for Danville. All that are capable of bearing arms are" compelled to remain. There are very few soldiers in the city, all being in their camps. '

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

New Yobk, May 26.—Nhe New York 7«h . Regiment ^ Col. LeffertSyleftat 10 o'clock to* I ? f night. There were about 900 men in' ititPfl:-ranks. They were attended to the boat by* :?¦ i thousands of their friends, and' their marchi ; . down Broadway was a perfect ovation. The v 5th Regiment left Fort Hamilton to-night , ' also, for Washington 1 . _ - . ' >l!; An intense feeliug prevails here. —i-. ».^»» —1-~ -— - ' ¦ - Gen. <8vjet en Rmite for Washington, - PrrxsBPBO, May 26.—Gen. ^ Sigei passed;t " :.;. i; through this city to-day, en route for the East. On his arrival at the depot, this atV ternoon, he was greeted enthua " stically by v an immense multitude, who-induced him, by ,• ' ; '" urgent calls, to make a short speech; afte*:. which he immediately departed in the Piil^';? adelphia train. " . '' .. ¦' , . " ;-• -VV- V * " ;

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

the Baltimore JBxcitenient: Baltimore, May 25;»The city has been 9n a state of intense excitement throughout the day. The news of the disaster to Col. Kenley 's 1st Maryland Regiment at Front Royal occasioned intense feeling, and when the Secessionists commenced to congregate arthe corners this morning, with' radiant countenances) and words of rejoicing, they were attacked and beaten. - During the course of the day, at least one hundred have been knooked down in different parts of the city, though the police inter* fcred and prevented any fatal results. - In one or two cases, ropes were brought put and preparations made for hanging the parties to lamp-posts. Two men were stabbed, but not dangerously. Among those attacked was. Robert JioLane, late Minister to Mexico/who was saved by the police."

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

—ffiignii/?. All ^<>mmand''t{!^jg ffig^^wj»" j22*y have issued their orders for the ' Blustering into-the service 1 of tfce United States of their respective commands, under the-said Orders of the 26th inst. r arc hereby ordered to countermand the" saittc. "* . . Third. The Governor, in issuing tbis order, congratulatoa the people of Pennsylvania on the information, retigive'd front the- WV D& part(sc»t r th^at the emergency which seemed to the Government of the United StaEeS soiiwperatively " to demand their immediate; service no longer exists, and^.would also- commend the patriotic zeal and alacrity manifested*^ every se ction ' of the Commonwealth io» meet it. By ordor of A. G. Oortin, Gdye ' ritor and Couimaader-in-chief, . ¦• • , A.-S*B ' frS8BLLt . Adidta 'at-Crene ' raf..' ;

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

iJ' doif Inspector. —!. B. ReaseTj Wood Inspector; has removed his shop to the room u<ixt door to the Record Office, lip stairs; where he can be found by those having wood to measure. Gen. -Bani's Jtrrrty.—G«tt. Batiis i?Bo » reported to be strongly reitifbrettd r8-crt(Sfled the Potomac , at Williaif tspWtj *ti Tticte Uny morning, and is hoWTSWTS occUpy Martinsburg, having} driven 1 tlib Rebel pickets before him. Thoroughl y ArMiseS-.^M Utifik is tfctfrotfgk ly aroused ant! atty atbotttt ' t of trenps art be-. ing offered td flofe'tid the National Capital and the fls* of oMr.e ' oUr irry

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 30 May 1862

important firori* Baxttibyugi Tht Call for Three-ManOu Vpttinieeri 1 "¦ ' CauMeViMMHi. "¦ ?. < "~ --"- * ¦ UArirtistitita, Maj y 27.—TJie fdilowir tg important general order has jtfst been issue'di^ OENBBA& dRDEE—NO. 26. T First- The Govornor being notifide by the Sefcrefary of War , by a telegraphic despatch Teeeivetl this afternoon; tnaiiltr President will no longer require aiiy other troops from Pennsylvania, to be mustered into the UiiitCd States service, but those who toltinteer for three years, or during the War , General orders N03. 23, 24, and 25 of these headqusrtersj dated on the 26th inst.j ealling fur three months volunteer militia iie hereby countermanded ahd revoked;

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