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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 27 June 1865

Wm 7 - 180 - r '- Obituary. REAR AIiMIRAI. JJUI'ONT. Bear Admiral Samuel Franois Dupont expired on Friday :it the Laplerre Housic, Philadelphia, being nearly sixty-two years of ape, Hfty of which were ppent in Ihe naval service of the United states. Admiral Dupont has been ill since June, 18153, being incapacitated for active ser vice, and Tins been on an Indefinite leave of absence. 11IKTII AND EARLY SERVICE. Admiral Dupont was born at Bergen, N. J., September 27, 1803, of parante ol French extraction, wbo had removedl to this country several yeaiH before. His infancy and childhood were, however, spent 'in Delaware, to which State his parents removed in 1804. He entered the navy in 1815, being commissioned midshipman on December 19 of that year. his first omnsjE «WjPM*le in the seventy-four ran ship Franktiu, under Com nun lore Stewarl. In June, IS3O, Admiral Dupont—then lieutenant—commanded the Warren, which was nt Inched at that time to the squadron of Commodore A. J. Dallas, cru...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 27 June 1865

LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES [COMTINI'SD FROM HRST FAQI.] Alt Act to create foe Eastern Judicial District of the State uf New York. *t?**"f( enacteel by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Omgress assembled, That the counties of Ivm.-. Queen*, Suffolk, aud Rich mmd, in tho State of Now York, with the waters thereof, are hereby constituted a separate, judicial district of the United States, to be styled tha easteru district of New York. The Hresident of tho United States, by and with the advice aud consent ofthe Senate, shall appoint a dis trict Judge for sifid district, who shall reside therein, and who sh'tll possi-s-4 the samn powers ami perform the same duties within said district which are now poseSaasdabd performed by the district,linage of tho southern district of New York. The tiaid Judge ..ball also receive the same compensation an is by law provided tor the judge of said southern district. Dlstrlet and circuit courts for the trial ofcHUse...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 28 June 1865

THE NORFOLK POST It Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday's Excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Dealers and News Buys at THREE DOU*AR3 TER HUNDRED or sent to sul«cribera by mail al the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable in advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CKfcTS. Rfsldonts In the city i f Norfolk or Portsmouth, desir ing tho paper left regu.-. , at their houses or places of husiueas, will beserv f)C anier l by leaving the name and address at tluT t|n| IWW of tho publication office. They will settle with tho carrier weekly for the same. LAW OF THE UNITED STATES, PASSXW AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIR TY-FOURTH CONGRESS. AN Act in addition to the "Act respecting Quarantines and Health Laws," approved February twenty-filth, one thousand seven hundred and niuety-mne, and fur the better oxecutiou of the third section thereof. Be it enacteel by the Stnate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Omgress assembled, That the Secreta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 28 June 1865

■s^—s—ss———■————■■ mony it owned before the rebellion com menced. , I will again say to you that slavery is gone. Its status is changed. There is no hone you can entertain of being ad mitted to representation, either in the Senate or House of Rspresentatlves, till you gi\*£ evidence that you, too, have i accepted and recognized that that insti- i tattoo is gone. That done, the policy i adopted is "not to restore the supremacy I of the Government at the point of the i bayonet, hut by the action of the people. I While this rebellion has emancipated a i great many negroes, it has emancipated i still more white men. The negro in \ South Carolina that belonged to a man i who owned from ono to rive hundred I slaves thought himself better than the \ white man who owned none. He felt [ the white man's superior. I know the position of the poor, white man at the iSouth, compelled to till the barren, sandy und poor soil for a subsistence. You cunnot deny how'he was, in your eyes, of less value...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 28 June 1865

. ting to sea until the tt*W At H.4t) A. M the 80th of May, during the second of ficer's walfli,' while the ship wits suppo sed to be on her regular course, which would be about twenty miles from Hon cador. and during a very heavy rain, she struck on n rock and stuck fast. Owing to the thickness of the atmosphere no land could be discovered, and at day light the iirst offlcer, with a picked crew, started in a boat for Old Providence. Toward tlie afternoon land was discov ered about three miles l'riiin the wreck, which proved to be Roncador. The passengers, live hundred and thirty in ihiiiil.it, were then all safely landed on the island, and tents erected to protect them I'ruiii the weather. Pro visions sufficient tot twenty dajrswere also landed, and a plentiful supply of water could be obtained by rjavtohlngraln in the sails. Beyond this nothing WM saved from 11 ie ship, except such pieces ol baggage as the ps*sengers could conve niently carry in their hands. The is land is suffici...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 28 June 1865

OFFICIAL. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES [eOXTINCID MLOH F.BJ.T PAOI.] An Act to create tho Eastern Judicial District of the State of New York. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representativet of the United States of America in Cangrets assembled, That the couutles of Kings, Queens, Suffolk, aud Hlcb uiond, in the State of New York, with the waters thereof, are hereby constituted a separate judicial district of the United States, te bo styled thu eastern district of New York. Tho President of tho Uultud States, by and with the advice and couseut of the Senate, shall appoiut a dis- . triet Judge for said district, who shall reside therein, aud , who shall possess the same powers and perform the same , duties within said district which aro now possessed and ( performed by the din trict Judge of ths southern district of , Hew York. The said judge shall also receive the same , compensation as is by law provided for thejudge of said ■ southern district. District aud circuit court* for...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 29 June 1865

THE NORFOLK POST "s Published SVSBT Excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Dealers and News Hoys ut THREE DOIXARS I'ER HUNDRED or sent lv suburibers by mall nt tlie rate of . "TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable In adrance. Single eoples, at ths counter, FIT! CSMTS. Rrildents In ths city f Norfolk or Portsmouth, deilr ligth* paper left reg.j , nt their hotues or places of business, willbescrv carrier, by leaving the nnme and a.Lines at the m of the publication office. They will settle with the carrier weekly lor the same. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, PASSED AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIR TY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Am Act in addition to the "Act respecting Qunmntincs and Health Laws," approved February twonty-filth, one thousand seven hundred uud ninety-niup. and lor tho better oxecution of the third s ctiou thereof. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of t'u; United States of America in Omgress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he I...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 29 June 1865

Ut goi'totl*"l'osi. i TIIUSDAY, JUNE 29, 1565. AH communications relsting to busiues* matters coit | villi nos piipcr should bo addressed to _. M- BivWu, Norfolk Post. All communications- pertaining 1.. Editorial mitlers, and nil correspondence Intended for the paper should be addressed to John Clark, Editor. Advertisers arc requested to hand in their advertise ments before six o clock In tho evening, previntu to publi Ts-ewimen and newsboys desiilng (sipors will please taevc their or leisnt ilw counting-room the evening pi. Tious, before six o'clock. Mayhew 4 Brothers, llookselh-rs and Stationer., orenu raoriied agents to sell the Norfolk ibjf, aud all onlei s I left with them will bo attended to the same as If left at Ihe cfflee of publication. S M Ptttergill It Co. aro authorized Advertieiug Agent* for tin. Pott iv New York and Boston. _'li__DoM OF COMMERCE President Johnson has issued a proc lamation, which we publish below, re moving all restrictions'on internal, do mestic and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 29 June 1865

THURSDAY, JUNE 20, IMS. THE NEWS. -Jl_» stearnsliip Damascus, from Lon donderry on the Kith in<, with Euro peanadviccs onetlay later,passed Port an Basque, C. 8., on her way to Quebec, on Bunday. United States iivctwenty bonds hail advanced to 09 in London. — The demand for them' was large, and . thero wasa short supply iv the market. The oilieial correspondence between our own Government und that of Great Brit ain wgai'dlng the asgassination of Pres ident Lincoln has been' published in London. Regrets upon the event are e*_pressed on the one hand and appreci ation of these manifestations of sympa thy on the other*. The Paris Monitenr contradict* the rumor that the French government is preparing to "end large reinforcements to Mexico. A new elec trical infernal machine, by which it is said an iron clad vessel can be instantly destroyed, was shortly to be tested at Toulon. A London and Monmouth ' shire linn engaged in the iron trade had suspended, *with liabilities amounting to ab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 29 June 1865

OFjTICIAL. ... LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. • _coMi.ici.il i ii'iM riasT pag..j An _,<*}. to create tho Eastern .1 u.li v I District of the Suite of New York. Bt it enacted by tht Senate and Houst of Reprettntativtt of tht Cnittd Statu of America in Congress assembled, That the counties of kings, Queens, Suffolk, nud Rich mond. In the State of New York, with the water* there.il. are hereby constituted a separate Judicial district of the United Stat**, tc be styled th* eastern district of New Turk. The PresidenLof th* Unlt*d States, by »nd with the advice and constat of th* Senate, shall uppolnt a dis trtet Judge for said district, who shall re.ide therein, and who shall possess tho same powers and perform the same dutle* —ltblu said district which aro now possessed aud Bertormed by the district judge ofthe southern district of Mew York. The said Judge shall also receive the same compensation as Is by le.iv provided for thejudge ol said southern district. Dlstriet and circuit courts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 30 June 1865

THE NORFOLK POST • Fublished EVERY MORNINO tSundny'eEkcepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., ,04 gold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER ITTJSPRED ejr •**»* to subscribers by mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR neyablo In advance. Single copies, at the comiter, FIVE CBtsTS. ,t IU sldents In the city f Norfolk or Portsmouth, desir ing the paper loft regu,,,. .at thoir house* or places of business, will bo esrv ,carrier, by louving the nam* and addro3s at of tho publication ofilce. They will settle with the carrier weekly, ibr the came. tssssss . OFFICIAL.; IVira OF THE UNITED STATES, PASSED A T THE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIIt- TTFfMRTH CONGRESS. AsAOTin addition to the "Act respecting Quarantines and Health Law*," approved February twenty-fifth, one thousand seven hundred and niuoty-nlno, and for the better execution of the third section thc-roof. Be it enacted by lite Snale and House of Representative* of Hie United States of America in Congress asstmhlnl. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 30 June 1865

30, 1865. All communications relating to business matters con nected with this paper should I • addressed to B. al- Brown, Norfolk Post. All communications pertaining to Xdltoilal matters, and all corr*tpond*nc* Intended fat tbs paper should be addressed to John Clark, Xditor. Advertisers are requested to hand Id their sdvertlse- L.' iit« before six o'clock In the evening, previous to publi cation. Newsmen and newsliovs desiring papers will ples»e have their orders at the counting-room the evening pre vione, before six o'clock. Mas/hew * Brothers, Booksellers and Stationers, aronu thoriaed agents to sell the Norfolk Post, and all orders left with them will be attended to the same as If left ar the offlee of publication. 8 M TMt-ii-iil .i Co. are authorized Advertising Agent* for the Pott in New York snd Boston.., OFFICIAL?" HEADQUARTERS SUB DISTRICT, I Norfom , Va., June Svth, UH. | tJENiEAI. ORDERS,) No. 8. ; The undersigned having been by the President ordered on duty according to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 30 June 1865

m laorfotit fast FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1805. r====:=r THE NEWS. GENERAL NEWS. The Conspiracy Trial was continued on Tuesday, the twenty-seventh instant, fcjanford Conovcr, alius Wallace, was re called hv the Government, and testified that after he left Washington, which tra3 ou tno sain ■ day mat he testified there he revisited Montreal, where he met Tucker. Sanders, Carroll, eaOin, Wescott, and a number of others. Tuck er, while speaiuiig of the trial, denounc ed Secretary Stanton, President John son and Judge Holt, and added that the day of reckoning would conic, and a heavy account would have to be settled,; ■übsequently, when it became known that witness had testified, his life was menaced, and on several occasions pis tols were drawn and threats made to shoot him if he did not subscribe to an affidavit to the effect that lie had not testified before the Commission, and that the Conoverrepresenting him (Wallace) had testified to a tissue of falsehoods. This, the witness reported, was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 30 June 1865

. OPg|<JL/kL. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES [continued from fibst pao*.] . 1 An to cronti- tUoil—stern Judicial District of tho State ol' Nt.-w York. Be. it enacted hy the Senate and House nf Representatives >f the Vnited States of America in t\mare.ss asstnitile.il. fliat the counties of Kiugs, Queens, Suffolk, snd Rich nonil. in tha State of New York, with the walirs thereof, U'e luTi'hy constituted ft separate judicial district of tho United States, ta he Bljleil th* eastern dlHtrldtTof New fork. The Presidont of the United States, hy and with ihe adTicemid consent of the Senate, shall appoint a dis trlet judne for said district, who shall reside therein, and who shall possess the same powers and perform the siitiiu .littles within said district which are now possessed anil performed by the district judge of the southern district of New York. The said Jndße shall also receive tho stune compensation iw Is by law provided for the Judge of s*id •outhorn district. District and circ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 1 July 1865

THE NORFOLK POST I* Published EVERY MOUSING (Sunday'sExcepted) at No. 18 Roanok- Square, NORFOLK, V.\., Bad soli to Dealers ami News Hoys at TIIUEE HOI.I.AIIS PER HUNDRED or sent to robscribcrs by uall nt Ihe rate or TEN DOLLARS PV.R YEAR pa-H-lr ln advance. Single Copies, ot the counter, FIVE OKI.IS. R, sklents ln the city > f Norfolk or Poi iMiioulh, dosir ng lb.' pup i ill tiv r. tl> . .ut tliilr hotisi i, or jiltices of usino*., will ue sorv ( earner, l.y leaving tlio mun. Bad address at tho" ( . lim iiuj-iooiu of tho publication o_o*. TUey will settle «i.h the carrier weekly for the H_B ' ■' _ LAWS Of _HS UN.i-b STATUS, PASSED A T TltF. Sf:i n.\'l) ____I.IV 0. THE TIIIK TT-FOURTU CoyOKFJ-S. An Act to provide lor the Payment oi tho Value of certain Laud* and Improvements of private Citizens, nppropil- Bted by tho United States lor Indian Reservation*, In the Territory ot Wuihlngton. Be it enacted by tlie tttndU anil House nf JcVpiYsmtof,,. i o/_e United Slides of America i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 1 July 1865

rassed iv movements, from fear his com munications would be Interrupted; that they were liable to be cut off*. This in dlei-.tes that 1 was striking him at a vi tal point when 1 was moving to under mine him. As it was, hy not giving me this force at Harper's Ferry, I did not feel sate in making the movement, and Was made to appear in a ridiculous atti tude, by marching the Twelfth corps thirty miles out of its way, iv order to join the troops at Harpers Ferry, a"' l then requiring them to march back again, without an object. I said further to General Meade, that the enemy had mad. the invasion with out any pontoon bri.ges, and, of course, iv my judgment, die not intend to eros. the Susquehanna Rver; indeed, -told him everything whi'h I deemed ot im portance to him in tie position which he held. I told him I iad already directed mv cavalry to advance on the Emmetts bifrg and Gettysburg line, and to extend their wings to the right as far as the Susquehanna, and M the left as far as So...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 1 July 1865

shipping nrriELLioEyci- "* PtoToT-T' lU'.-LK ■'i-'ii •.'.'l'll. Trrivai... Steamer George Lenry, Blakeman. Baltimore. Steamer Daniel Webster, ltoix, Baltimore. SteamerT. Colyei, McCarrie llicl,,i..iiid. Steamer City Point. Talbot, Richmond. Steamer Monitor, Morton, Fort Mouroo. Steamer Jenny Liml, Wobater, Haihptou St*amer Creole, . New \ ork. Xng Chesapeake, ". Newort Ngws. DEPARTCIIUS. Steamor M. Martin, Livingston, llkhmond. Steamer Dictator, U erinn, Richmond. Stewnor Creole, , New York. Steumer Monitor, Al iruui. ...u .iknroo. Steamer Jenny land, ——_, H.unpton. Steam r KaiHter. .'• iw YorJ- Steamer Ooorge Loaiy, B'ukvmun, Baltimore. Steamer Daniel W.Uter, ——, Baltimore. f———————._—■_—■■__—_—■_—■————■a ———_.".••••••••" "POR THE CAPES. FOURTH JULY EXCURSION! THE NEW AND FAST STEAMER "THOMAS COLL YE R,» CAPTAIN McCABRICK Will leave tho Government Wharf, Norf lit, at -IV, and Portsmouth, ot the High Street Whorl at 5 o'clook P. M., for the Capi s fo-chlng at 011 Point going and ret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 1 July 1865

OFFICIAL, l _ vuwj - LAWB 0? THE UNITED STATES [i'mM IN, _,d from first faob.] All Act mskiug Appropriations for the legislative, ex ecutive, and judicial Expenses of the Government tor the Year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, and additional Appropriations for the cur rent fiscal Year. Be it enacted by tJie Senate and House of Representa tiwsofthe Vnited States of America in Omgress assem bled, that the following sums be, aud the same are here by, appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for tho objects hereinafter ex pressed, for the fiscal yoar ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, namely: legislative.— For compensation and mileage of senators. two hundred and forty-seven thousand four hundred and thirty dollars. _ For compensation of tho officers, clerks, messengers, and others receiving an annunl salary in the service or the Senate, viz: secretary of tho Senate, three thousand Six hundred dollars; o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 3 July 1865

THE NORFOLK POST Is Published EVERY MORNINU (Sunday. Excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Dealers nud News Boys nt THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to subscribers by mail at tho late of TEN DOLLA*S PER YEAR pay ible In advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CENTS- Bisidents in the city > f Norfolk or Portsmouth, desir ng Ihe paper left regu,,- at their hOMSS or place* of ustues*, will be serv n carrier, by leaving the name and address at tho" _ l| i|ng-rooni of tho publication office. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the same. ' jOFFICIAI.. __ LAWS OF THE"-HITEIf PASSED AT THESECOXD SESSIOX OF THE THIR TY-FOVRTU COXGRESS: As An tv provide for the Payment ofthe Yalne of certain Lands and Improvements of private Citizen*, appropri ated by the United States for Indian Reservatiune, in the Territory of Washington. " Be it enacted bit the Senate and House of Represenlati lies of the United Slates of A merica ia (■ovgress assembled, That the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 3 July 1865

MONDAY, JULY 3, 1865. All conimuniantiiin* relating to business matters cot>. nccted with this paper should be addressed to K. M Brown, Norfolk font. All communication, pertaiulng to Mi-rial matters, nud all correspondence intended for the paper should bo ...,.lr.—. .1 to John Clark, Editor. ■ Advertisers am re.pienteil to hand iv their advertise ments before nix o'clock iv the evening, previous to publi cation. Newsnieu aud newsboys Mt_t pup™" win P kMl ' have their order, at the conuling-rooui the evening pre vious, before six o'clock. M.yhew A Brothers, Booksellers and Stationers, .reau thorized agents to sell the Norfolk «"'. ■_ »» order. I«lt with them will be attended to tbe same »» if left at in* ollioe of publication. R M. Pettcrglll * Co. nre anthori__ Advertising Agent, for the IW in N«"» v " rk aml B°»t«n CIVIL VS. MILITABY LAW. The question regarding tlie collection of the licenses forthe last year, when the city was under martial law, is now being tried before Judge ...

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