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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 April 1866

' ' ' - Tt t -Tf I , ff j f THE NATIONAL RErOBLIOAN rCDLiaUEDDAILYt BATSS Of 1DTIBTIIIIO. " On square, three days.,,,.., 9100 Oiiitit(rnr days,, M Oaeeqenre, avedeys,.., .,.,,... S 00 Oieequre, six days . I BO very ether day tdvcrtlteMcnU.so Mat. adai tleaii. TwlWMkMrrtlMBKU,Ht eet.a iltloial. Eai.or.et kolleea M mil per i1i,mb laeerttea. Cecal aotlee 11 Mute pet 111, l llNttlll. r44rertle4maW ecrtsUr inner taeaeaicorWeaU, Far lale.ror Bni,tM4aBaetaecrUoat4i seat pr Una 1 smaaaqi laeartleu half prle, is liaee t lee etiti, ft iqun, .UvrtleaftU ihoaU b fcaaeed la VafoT nil 0lelCBa'u v T f J t- THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. TBI VATIOjUL XirTJBL.ClV tl pablliked every moratig (Snndayi excepted) by W. J. MffiTlos k Co., Vo. Sll Vlath street, aad Is faralaaed to labecrlbers (by eirriare al Tl eeaU per aieitW Mall eabaertbcTB. MOO per aaamti HOO far six moitaa aad fl 00 fat thre meatka, invariably o4 Mae. 71v eoplea oa year, 135.00, BUile eoplee, 0 eeata. tiii winaTVATioifAL skr...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 April 1866

i m MS .f' IM. '1 M. fgtat10n.il grjmMuiw' WMhlnston City, I. C. V. J.MHRTAOH & CO, PUBLISHERS a P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. SATURDAY MOIWHSQ ! ArRIL T, IBM mccEPTions at tub executive UAimon. There will be no farther Presidential levees e.t the Kiecutire Mansion until further notice. The ladies of the President's household will receire callers on Frldajs, afternoon and evening. ItretptUa of General Md Kn. Or.nt. Lieutenant General and Mrs Oram will hold their third and last reception on Friday evenin g, April 6 Cards will not be reissued, as the Invitations, which were recalled on ac count of the funeral oration for ilr. Liscolx, are applicable now. THE rEACE PROCLAMATION. When an official paper which proclaims that most desirable and vital of all govern mental wants, complete and honorable peace, vrhen it announces the end of civil strife, ru heralds the glad tidings oNwlvcrsal submis sion to law, we can conceive or no reason based on either good policy or patriotism, that should assa...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1866. Utaiionnl gUjntMiratt. official. audiikw jonmorr, President of tht United SUsee or America. Toatt eMewi it may vonttrmt Satisfactory evidence having been exhlb ted to mo that Nicolas Rafael Am ado has been appointed Vice Consul of Ecuador at New York, I do hereby recognize him aa tach, and declare him free to exercise and en Jov itich functions, powers and privileges as are allowed tv Vice Consuls by the law of nations, or by the laws of tho United States and existing treaty stipulations between the Government of Kcuador and the United States. In testimony whereof, I hare cauicd these Letters to bo made Patent, and the Seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed. Given under my band at tho city of Wash ington, the twenty-eighth day of March, in the year of our Lord one u s. thousand eight hundred and sixty six, and of the Independence of the United States of America, the nine ' l tleth. ANDREW JOHNSON. By the President: ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1866, ft: ft i r im n u Hj. ; 1 '. f. i f. U m Ki? r--fe I V $ntimn gtpulilirnn SATUIIDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1866. TIIK 1VAIIIIICOTON C A N A I-FIE POUT DT HAJ. OEII8. GIZ.MORE, AVAHItBZf AMD TOWKIl. The following highly Interesting report was transmitted to the Senate yesterday after noon by the President in compliance with a resolution adopted on the 7th ult, respecting the Imnroremcnt of the Washington citv canal to promote the health of the metropo lis, ino matter prcsenicu m me resolution was referred to the Secretary of war. and bv htm to Brevet MaJ. Gcil Delafield, Chief or Engineers In the United States army, who appointed as a board to make the necessary ciamlnation of the canal the eminent engi neers whose report is now submitted t IBOMIXB DlPlITMlIT, ) Wa1!1 xerox, Marcb3t, i860 ( Brtnt Major OtntraX KicKant JHlnjttla Gale a En ff(turt, U. 8. A t Woiktmgton, D.Ct G in kb it. i The Hoard of Engineers consti tuted by Engine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 April 1866

n jTTr THE- NATIONAL- REPUBLICAN ' PUBLISHED DAILY. TBI IATIOSAL BITVBtICA I aaU..a ararr "Hr (iaar, axaaaiaa) T W J.Mcaria. 4 Ca , a. Ill Hlatk .tra.l,.a la fajmlaai U tabatrlbtn (dt Mrrlar.) it T5 aatta ft Malta. Mall nbHitkan, M.00 far ui W.00 Jn ttT ailai j aid tl 00 for lira, noalk., nrfcilir ( -toaaa. rita ao.Ua r". M4 ilila Mplsa, S Mat. TDI WHKLI XATTOSAt MFUIUOIK la piaUiaaaararr JrMar Mania, lOat flr7 r-M It 001 Thraa aaplM ... yaar, laOOJ Ta. aoplM ... t.ar IU.M. PUBUflHKD DAILY. . KAT Of ADTUTUIVQ. M EC MfUTV, threw day.. ?- S One tqur, fear daya... .. J 5? Oaaqtr,T4 days.., ...,... .......i.bt.. Kreryetbaca'ay MTerllMuoaU, 6d mi oeat. kill tWnnl Twlee a WMk itrttKitMiU, U ft Sent U ditto!; a 4 , JUlterlal iUh W eoni 1m, V UicrUoa. Local iMItM 10 MtU Ptr tine, eaoh leaitUa. lTUttNBm nm1mlu4m ik heeJaof Waata,fot ale. Jor Sett, LmI lUTtui eae Insertion, (si eeate tr llac I taheeqa! Imrfltii half price r 1 Mm w Um MullUM ft iqitii. , , ASvoiiUomenw taenia; to haaied U befo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 April 1866

THE'NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MOaDAY-MORyiNGK APRIIrO,- 1866. gjtotimtnl UpMifau. "Vynhlnirton City, J. C W. J. MURTAOH & CO., TUBLISIIERS. S.,r. iianscom, rnrron. MONDAY MOKSINQ::- APRIL , 1808. HBCKPTIONS AT TUB EXKCUTrVB MAKHIOS. There will bo no further l'rrsMcnttol Iotccs nt tho Kiccntlro Mansion until farther notice. Tho Indies of the President's household will receive callers on Fridays, afternoon and evening. mi'OnT.VXT CIRCULAR FROM Till: IRR.SIDKN'TTI1B NOI IIIERN AND N WI.OKN TU IIAVi: THE OFFICES. Upon tho heels of numerous and nauseous libels changing tho Tresidentjof tho United Btalcs with not only the desertion of princi ple, but the abandonment of tho patriotic men of tho country, comes tho noblo order to fill tho offices of the land, In the appoint ments to be made, by the selection of deserv ing soldiers and sailors. Thus is " radical" cavil silenced and "radical" slander refuted. That It Is eminently wise and Just to reward by official position and recognition tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 April 1866

THE NATIONAL KGKJBLICAN, MOtfDAY MORNING. APRIL .9, 1806. gtati0ttaVgjhtMifliH. ANDREW JOHNSON, Proliant jf Mm Ultd lulu of ImiriMi TtalltalHmtt mafamttm: Satisfactory cvMcnco baring (icon, exhib ited to me that Auoirn BosKmut. has bcn appointed Consul for Brunswick and Lunt trarg at MllwaoUe, for the State of Wisconsin and adjoining States, I do hereby recognize him as tuch, and declare him free to oicrcUe and enjoy such functions, powers and privi leges as are allowed to Consuls by the law of .nations, or by the laws of the United States. In testimony whereof, I hare earned these Letters to be made Patent, and the Seal of the United States to. be hereunto affixed. Qlrcn under my hand at tho city of Washington, tho fonrth day of April, in tho year of our Lord ono i. . thousand eight hundred and sixty six, and of the Independence of the United Stales of America, the nine tieth. ANDREW JOHNSON. By tho President I 'Willuu H. Seward, Secretary of State. DirABTBsaT Of Stats, I Waabiibto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 April 1866

fk Vj. Sptfrntnl' gjpMiam. lON0AY MOBNINOxBaAl'ItlL 9, 1806. orricut. AKDnE1VJOIIIOS, XT..ld.nt of th. United IMIH of America. T ait an4 stagutar to wAom ttH preseafs tkatl eoaae, gritting! "Whereas, a treaty was made and concluded nl Foit Bally, In the Territory of Dakota, on year the twenty-eighth day of October, In the of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and uUty-firc.by and between Newton Edmunds, Edward B. Taylor, Major General 8. It. Cur. tla, Ittlgadicr General IL 1L Bibley, Henry IV. Reed, and Orrin Guernsey, commissioners, on tho part of the TJnlted States, and Tan-tan-ka-has-ka, (Long Hull,) Ma-lo-wa-ta-khe, (Tho Charging Dear,) and other Chiefs end head men or tho O'Qallala band of Do. ltota or Sioux Indians, on the part of said band of Indians, and duly authorized thereto by them, which treaty is in the words and figures following, to wit: Articles or a treaty made and eonetaded' at Fort Boll, In tha Territory of Dakota, by end between Newtoa Edmunds, OoTernor and tz-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 April 1866

- " ' - ---." , I ! I I - - ,.,.., , .- . i - - - -r TS HIE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TILE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. PUDUSnED DAILY. BITU Or ADVIBTIIIVQ, Oi iqtfcr, thm ttyi ., Oittqi-r. foir itj ,, OMttjatro, lvt4r., ,,.. Umm Maara. ! Java.... .......... w IN son TBI SATIOsTAL XimLICAjr. H pIUho4 st tj morals tSailtjt txMptos) j w. 1 Hiarial k Co., Ho. (11 SUIa IrMl.sai U rmbkot to osoerlborl (Vf oorrton) al TS mil for swath. Holt MUttltora, WW for tiit stoo for ll ttootbi oas SI CO for IBroo sooBlfct, f nforlaSfy fit of. mmo. riroooplooat70or,tSS.OO. Slaglo ooploi, A ooaU. Till. WIKLT JUTIOSIL UTUIUOAX U potll.koo' ovorf Frl itf morals f t Oao oos oas raor, $100; Tfcroo ootlot oao roar, as.00; Toa oofloa oao fou.tlSOO. v 9 00 wjehnitj M?trUMinta BO pr (, (di1 tloRtU TwlAwMkUtTtlBiUtnpr Mil hi Editotltl boUcm 10 wtU pir ...tul. .rtla. Xwit ioUe. II Msta per .., lutrMo AlTtrtlMBiiUMMliff -fJartht.fct4tf WuU,Tor LUU, 7tf IUii,Lm( Ml rti ii liHttUifkii mU pr !! ntoqiMl tiMrtlott ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, APRITr-10, 1866.- . it, Ijtationnl gnMiran. TVnMiInttton City, 1. C. ff.J.MUItTAOII A COJjl'UBLISII KU8. B. r. HANSCOM, KDlTOll. TUESDAY MOBN.ffQ APRIL 10, 18oo nKCKPTIO.1l AT TUB MANSION. KXKOUT1VB Tn Presidential levees at the ExecatlTC Mansion will be dispensed th until further notice. The ladies of the President's household will receive callers on Fridays, afternoon and evening. A CAm-AIGN OF SIAIilGMTV. Toward eTtry honest expression of dissent concerning the position and policy of Thk I'Auinim ire shall extend, so far as lies In our power, a courteous respect. AVo have not now, and hope never to have, any quar rel with tho sincere and upright men of the Union party who may differ with the Execu tive on any point. We shall earnestly labor to convince them that his course Is patriotic that his acts arc In accordance with his sense of right, and that the one controlling Idea at the basis of his private wishes and his public record is stri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 April 1866

'Tair'NATiOKAIi REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING. APEIL lol 1 1SGG. ' X llatiomii ffopMiow. official Ditabmbbt or ErAto, i Wiaaiaana. A.rll T. 1MB. I Information 1ms been received at this Do- partmentfrom Mr. KdwabdP. Lord, the Vlco Consul of the United States at Ningpo, of tlio death on the day February, 1865, at Ningpo, of Thomas Beaver, an American seaman belonging to the ship " Lugger Fox." Tho sama official also-Informs the Depart' ment of the death, date not specified, of George Baltt, an American seaman. Tho legal representatives of the above named deceased can obtain further Informa tion by addressing this Department. DirltTM'T or Stati, I WAiimaTov. April 7, IMS. I Information has been received at this De partment from Mr. VT. I. Jones, tho Consul of the United States at Arnoy, of tho death, on tho 10th of November, 1865, at the hos pital In Arnoy, of S. Fnusox, a seaman of tho vessel " Wild Uaiclio." DiPAiTMtirr or Srirs, I wiimsoToir, April 7, less Information has been receive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 April 1866

SWtiyy.'j'ri'it iJTTi WV'a 'IS; TMt'SJ'iau. uuuw . ggwygmss THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY MORNING. APIHL'10, 186G. I Continue trom Flnt t partmcnt, for extra clerical kttIcm, mch mm at may lie found duo, not cxcccdmgfiro hun dred dollars. I , For compensation to John llnplpy, for tsorrlces In.indeilnir the national uirrcncy act, ono himJrcd dollars. For additional compensation to tlio pub lisher! -of the Statutes at Urge, eight thou sand fire hundred and seventy-five dollars and sixty-nine cents. For refitting the rear basement rooms of the old Treasury building, for office purposes, eleven thousand dollars. For the purchase of the property In Wash lngton city, known as Ford'a theatre, for the ilcnonlt and infe-keeninsr of documentanr papers relating to the soldiers of the army of the untied siaies, ana 01 uie museum 01 me medical and surgical department of the army, one hundred thousand dollars. Sao. 2. lncltei(urthereacef, Thitthc ninth section of the net entitled "An act inakl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. TUTJS Or ADVEBTHINO Oi lqAra,1hra4ara OtMir. fear data.. .II .1- ..noo oimui,Miii,m,,.,M ......... w ,Oaiar,ilxdj , i. ...(. ... DO . iTarr ataor day adrtrtlMmaaU, W J' L ddl 'ttoaaL. TwIm a Hk ad erueemaau, ,4 par ml a4 'dltloaal Editorial aotleea 90 eaU par llaa.aaal, Unrttea. tf al aoUana U eeata Mr 11m, aaaa. laaertloa. i4TtrtlMnaUtnUci4irikkiA4ift( WitU,ror Sale, Tor Kal,Lel aadTeaad, oft laeerUoB.fM ceate per line 1 ibeaqaeat laeenloat bt.lt prlM. Six Uaee at leaa mi ail. ate ft eqaare A4rniinu ehoold be handed la before alaa 'eloak aa. j noposALs. PBOr03AL8 FOR LAYING WATKtt icains. Matob'i Orrici, Cirt Hilt. J , , WiamwToir, April t, IMS. Stalfd rraroiAla, lo be eaderteaf oa tha eniel pa 'TropoaaU for laylaf water nulae," will be rt aalftd at tale efflea Datll noon oa FRIDAY, thelSlh la Uat Bldderawlllalaoepecirr ea the eareIope,aad oa tfaa fee oT the bid, what dUtriil tha bid la (or Tkara ara thraa dUiricta, whleh are boa ad 4 m fell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AEEIL 11, 1866. .-- fl I lii n J& i' i wtouM gupuM-rim: Wiuihirmton City, I. O "JT. J. MCKTAQU A CO.rPBLISHF.na. a P.ilANSCOM, EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORHIHOl APRIL 11, 1888 ItKCKPTIOIII AT TUB KXBCCTIVB BIAIIIIOS. Tai FresMtntlal leiees t the ExecuUre Mansion will be dispensed with until farther notice. The ladles of the President! household lrfll receive callers on Fridays, afternoon and eTtnlng. - ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND AN DREW JOnNHON THE POLICY OF RECONSTRUCTION. ABiAtuii Lmcoui, President of the Uni ted States, and Commander-in-Chier of the Army and Nary thereof, raised armies and Increased the naral force for the sake of pre. tervtng the States mi saving the Union. lie Inraded those States upon land and block. aded them by sea for the purpose of "crush- in; out" treason from their midst, but not with the intention of destroying the Statu with the crime. Treason existed as a disturbing clement in each State precisely in the same sense th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 April 1866

THE 'NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MOBJONGK 'AERIL:?18qG. ptiionnl lUpUMfcntt, forriciiL.) ? D.riaTBBa o, Irif b, I Trummw. April r. lHt. 1 Information hai been received t thU De part mentfrom Mr, Edwad 0. Loud, the Vice Oomul of the United BUtei at Ningpo, of the death on the day February, 1865, at Ningpo, of Tuomaj Burnt, an American aeaman belonging to the ship " Lugger Fox." The lime official alio Informs, the Depart ment 'of the death, date not ipeclSed, of U tonal Baltt, an American teaman. The legal repreaentatlrea of the abore named deceased can obtain further Informa tion by addressing this Department. DiriiTMi? or If ati, ) Waisib.tob, April T, IMS. I Information has been recelred at this De partment from Mr. VT. P. Joicas, the Consul of the United States at Amoy, of the death, on the 16th of Nor ember, 186S, at the hos pital in Amoy, of 8. Fnuiii, a seaman of the Tcssel " Wild Uaielle." DirAiTaixt or BUTB, WustaaTOB, April T, 1118. f Information has been received at toil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 April 1866

THE NATIONAL .REPUBLICAN, WEDNESJOAYI MOUNING.' APRIL lUsdG. W H . if l; i. s" M j l. ' & Ik' I. gtaitouhl lUpMirau. 3 BDNESDAY MORNINO-kiiAPRIL II, I8. t Ehiiata. In Law of United SUtt,rnbllc Ko. 13, among the appropriations for lb J Offlae of tho.8Mretarr.i EtAU,"iattcpare,Tapli com tteaeina; "For lh per of tie Pnttel BUIn Con. nleslotjer," ninth 11m, after Ibe word "elialeen'' Insert its worl "handred." In section 10, para graph oomaenelaf 'To snpplj doaeltaer U tho appropriation for tha Capitol polloa," fourth Uae, read "David" for "DaaUl," and In lait paragraph of notion U, after th. wordi "Sleten Iiland," read New York, aba.ll b paid for damages, and no DajmeaU wbaterer aball b made.11 orrrciiL. LAWS OF TIIeTFnITED STATES. Paaaed at the PI ret Ite.alon of Ibe Tltlrtf Ivlxttla C.aajreee. i Punic No. 15.) ng to tho Stato of Wisconsin a donation of public lands to aid In the construction of a! break water and harbor and ship canal attho head of Sturgeon bay, in the county of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 April 1866

rTT T1IE NATIONAL .REPUBLICAN W$t Stimuli f liMtara. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN SHI S S IS SM PUBilBHED ,D.rULY, a y mi mnoiiL urrouaaK le raellekel nnf aeenlif (ailata eteeetei) Vf W. J. Mcenea Co., Ke. Jll aula street, til Is taraiaaad le eeesertlen Or earrtere) at 71 eeala pet taaala. Halt saaeerteere, M.M per aaaaas) HOO far ell meataajaae' ,100 for tars. aeeaLea, imartakly to cut aaaee. Tire aeplee eae rear, I3S. 00. Slaile eeplee, 0 eeata. TBI VriKLT tUTIOSlt. SIJTBUCiH Is paaUee4erer7 Friday saeraiaf J Oaa MPT aaa rear, 11001 Taree eeplea aa. rear, U.00 Tea aoplee aa. 7ear.tlS.on. , PUBLISHED DAILY. KATZS OF AIlTKKTIIIlfa. Oit qiftrl1farMitri(.,(0t ,,., ..tl 00 Ost iqatrt, foot dlji 1 Ont qvara, It 4iyt., uit )-. us 7i.l S I?try othrdr tdm,imaU.0O pr !. Mil Twleftwkt4rartlMMupr Mttad dltUitl. KdltorUI B0tlri 80 mU Pr 111, tub U.-rtloi. Local otln 18 flcita Mr IU. Mh liwrtioi i4TtrtlMvtiUomlir4rthhdtorWiiU,ror f U. rot BmI, LoiI Md roattt, mt lo.rtloi..r. cut Mr lta itbttqatit In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 18G6. .fr gtaiiotwl gjpuMiflw. WMliliiirton. City. I. C W. J. MOTtTAOlI A CO , rDBUSIIKRS. S. P. HANSC0M, EDITOR. TIIDRSDAT MORNINa::::::::::APKILi, 18t. tlECKPTlONl AT TUB EXECUTIVE MAHIIOS. Tut Presidential levees at the Eiccntlre Mansion will be dispensed with until further notice. Too ladies of the President'! household will receive callers on Fridays, afternoon and evening. NEREXA.DE HTATIiSJIANNIIir. It Is some time since we hove had an ont-and-ont, old-fashioned town meeting glorifi cation, when the eagle Is permitted to soar without limit, and the "bird ,of freedom" to flap Its wines without let or hindrance; and its recurrence, not Intellectually beneficial, is -at least refreshing. Indiana indulged Tuesday night In a symposium of music and eloqencc. With a brass band, one Senator, and three or four Congressmen, the laid herself out in mutual admiration of each other and the distinguished bodies to which the orators belon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 April 1866

THE NATIONAL BEPUBLIOAN, THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 12, 18G6. J r gjtotiottM lUpuMiim omcui. DnrAavanar of Stats, t WASlliero, April T, 1M4. Information hai been receired at thU Dr part mentfrom Mr. Edward 0. Lord, the VIco Consul of the United States at Nfogpo, of tho death on the day February, 18G5, at Ningpo, of Thomas Beater, an American seaman belonging to the ship " Lugger Fox." Tho samo official also informs the Depart ment of the death, dato not specified, of Gkoror Balty, an American seaman. The legal representatives of tho above named deceased can obtain farther informa tion by addressing this Department. DtPAlTtftVTOr iTATl, 1 Wa;mtov, April T, LJW. ( Information has been received at this De partment from Mr. V, P. Jokes, tho Consul of tho United States at Amoy, of tho death, on the 16th of November, 18G5, at tho hos pital In Amoy, of S. Peterson, a seaman of the vessel Wild Gazelle." DtPAinttTT OP 8-UTI, I WASMtaero. Anril 7. 1IM. I Information has been received at this De ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 April 1866

THE 8 ATI0NA1 RliPUBLICAN. THURSDAY: MORNING. APBH. 12. 1858. B f -f gjnttomil gfjju&tan. intJMDAT MOWUKO : Al'RIL 12, 1B. omciu.. LAWS OF THeTnITED STATES. Iseed at tha Flrat loa of the Thlrty HtnthConreee. Pplic No. Jfl.J Ail Act to protect ell rrt0?" ,tt 'h u"lua But" la thalr civil rights, ni furnish the means of their vindication. 2frirwWeylA.' low ofKepre. tentattves of the United Statee of Amenta n Lorn greet mtiembled. That ill pertons born In the Unt te SUUi aad not gnbjeet to anj foreign power, exoludins; Indians, not taxed, ere hereby declared to bo dtiwni of tht United 8UtM; and sneh UJ gens, of every tmi 4 color, without regard to any previous condition of slavery or Involatitary servitude, xcpt M , punishment for crime where of tbo party shell have been duly convleted, shall have tho same right, In every 6t.tt nJ Territory In tho United Statee, to make- and enforce eon tract, to no, bo parties, and giro evidence, to In herit, purehaee, lease, roll, bold, and convey...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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