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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 July 1866

$tiittwV$tyWitm VlLUiiLH CuUBCn BEMJ VOB WABlflNaTON, .Theroherejurtben completed at the foundry of Mr. Joehoa Refeater, Uotldey itreet, near Bara torn, throe larga ihnnh belli for the Roman Oath oil ahareh of Bl. Aloyslui, Washington D. 0 . which will t Mot there la a low dayi. They art of par boll metal, ooutttlnf principally of eopptr aodIo, aad weigh a follows: No 1 wIcjl1q . eluding stopper, 1,600 pouodj Ko. J. 1,689 pound i and No. 8, W5. There la bat oof boll In Baltl mora which li larger than that for St. AloyiUf. It li that In tht loath lower of tho Cathedral, which weight 8,800 Manila. Tho Inscription on tho fit. Aloyrlat boll ll as followi: "Jtiu Strvaiomi, Cirdi, Sanetttnnu. AJtxandtr Provott. Ai. . Dona. Dicat Ah M, J) . CCCLXVI, Vt. Wmk inglomana. Sanelt Ateynu I. Trmph. Deot Et Commottrani Aeetdat. . On tho ildo oppoilto tht Iniorlptlon appoara tho name of tho meaafaelaror, Joooph Begeeter, Bal timore, 18oo. Tho otbor belle alio eontaln Latin Inscriptions, which simpl...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 July 1866

THE NATIONAL: wtTBLICiJTA.YtMiBiffNG.' JULY 7. 1866. - -- ' S-: f.J r i m i.i- 'i I H Mi .gjMiftrol Ut)Hicm miDAT H0RNIKO.::;::-:u-::i::JULY 27. 1886. V '' '-" r . t A, i CUPHCII D1RECTOUT. 1 cltaoLid. :I Tbtoldeet Ct6lUekmrkUBl. ratrleVa, on -itrti aoru, vontrw xHn Mrte wtit, cut quart im iroam um runt unei mum. itr. J. A. WdUr,''putof JUy, P. F. McCatU.y, u St, rater's Chureb, Capitol mil. about thru aqonre from tht toatbeext eontr of the Capitol groutdu. IUt. Mr. Boyle It Iht pastor. 81. Kntthtw'a Cfcureh, corner of Fifteenth hni H atreeta, a. short dliUiM north from tht 6UU Impertinent, Fnttor, IUt. Charlei White, D. J , Htr. Mr. MeNnlJr, Militant. t Bt. Mary'a, ((wann,) n Fifth, near It atreet. Rot. Matthlu Allf, putor. Babbath terrlces, I0J tv. m , un4 Afternoon. St. Domlnlck'e Church, on tht Island, Sixth itrttt, about oqaldtitut between tht eannl and Potomne rlrtr. Paator, IUt. J. A. Bokat, O. fl. D , uaelrtaots, IUt. N. P. Young-, 0. S. D IUr. J. II. Lynch. 0. B. D.f IUr. U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 July 1866

... . , '. ..... ,.. . ,. : . . "yittpyTipTOCMr THE..MHONAlUtEPOBLICAiY T . ruBUsmro daily. .. i Atfi. " ' -' " "r-"- ' B KaTtofor ASTWtTiMla. - jPPBIjanBDji DAILY Ob saiars, UrM A,., UN BOBBTa, 1,W aajB.. ub, aq.aarv, a. ?, ...X. I M ,-., wT;.- ., - ''--" 'V' ' ' l ' ' f '- K'i-j IS '" ')'Cr'f. '.- lit - , . . " ' . : T- - ' - -J - ... j . 1 jj Ji 1 .-- . ' a.! ""k Ij 4 rtf, . .-laYaV , .J'rA... '.: - tH Wi .f.Hfe &tlf'iVtifrF aftf' atttitttlMffitfiteto ' ' :m . iv . ".. '; w, -. . av -.' '.''-' a '" vi-i'iiiiinixi.:.,!!,!,! a 4 i1 "- . .-. t. , "- i j ' aaa- -- ' Oas saaar,, sla4ayB....i...l ..... i M 1 "" laBf aiar aAr aararllaflHats,S0 w ,!. Bill. tHaal. Twl4BVMk4frtlMMIBU.rMf.Mt.M , ifUMftl. 4 .. " ,- ' -MIIOlIU BUM IS MUftr lU,Mk UMltltB. .llAMlBftlteMlftMaUMf lU,MfclftMftlH. -1 llTtlMttita iwUriilnUi bm4ioI Stasis, rr lalB, Fot MM, Utl rli4, Umib,m MU rTllMttlk4MattlMttlBlktlfpilM,. .ti llllMrlHllllUULMB'K' ' '' . . A.TlrttaaBwats. ill kabn,4 In MliNJalu patent r otigb 4....

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 July 1866

Br: i TieWbwirfB r . r T' waaeatM- tfrii,0,t.--,-XMjcV. - tbe-National BDBLtciKMlTOPAY MORNiNGrjTTLy 28. lseer f Washlnirton City . o W. J. MUBTAGH CO.,PUBUSHKIta " i a P. HAN800M, EDITOR. BATURDAT MOXHtHQ:. V.'JVLY 28. MM. THE MMRXB HAW' AMB HIM 4 ' FRIEHBS. Tflb we affords ua many characters con iptcnotu for their sentimental philanthropy r A&dhelr.hlgb-sonndlng phruca in behalf of profresa and benerolence, trho when Indi vidual imtance of deserting charity appeal , to them turn away with dfegust and disdain. They cannot' condescend to practically II-"- lottgjte their humane theories. In the play these talkjog humanitarians are mostly cre ated for amusement, bat when we meet them In real life they awaken emotion of the pro fonndest regret, for none of us can take pleasure in the melancholy spectacle of the philanthropist reformer who rescrres all his mercies and kindnesses and love for man kind In a lump, denying to the individual the commonest courtesies of cvery-day life. It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 July 1866

gjirttomrt IUjmMwjw IiOOAIi JSTETWfit. Firrn Sabbath im July. We refer io our "Charco Wreatonr,' .ft toother eolnmo, u eorrvet forreHitooa Mff leaf to-morrow. We understand thai, amder toaiporary amifameDi dnrlof the few nwkif kM weather, the Mamgation of (at Me. Keadrea Methodist EplMop. ooureb. Her. Wn. 1 Krabifutor. will hold public service in tha after t (MU instead of In the evenlnga, , Bar Mr Ames, raeently ehoeca tutor 'of Weeley Chapel, li aipaatad to eommno his pastoral da- ties on Saodi7 weefc, the flrtt Sabbath la Aoftiit. ThelbteosltyoLUbeheatdarltigthetutfcwweeks bMpro-Jeeed bat lUUe offset on tha church-build, lot: operation! In onr lottro polls, hnl It li really armlslo to nolle tha progrtu which has baan toad doRflg this tnmmtr. Oar Afrioia M. E. congregation of Old Aibory, eoraer drjE.eret.lh and K streets, hart alio began tha good work of building a larger, mora commodi ous, and bfaatifaledlfio on the site ef their old eitadal. This wti really necessary, from tha l...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 July 1866

- i. v ..,, - B :1 "l i 3 J ii .J ! N R It S1 J! f! ft ?! I' I I 'p.StiottaigUjmfttotu BATDItDAT IIOBNINO::!:::::i:::JULt 18. ASM. CHURCH PUUBCTORY. cAraottc: ThicIJttt CaUhol.tea.Brea, Is Si. Patrick!, on T UrMl Mrtn, tomr of TmU itrttt watt, oat quart wt from iho PoUmt Offltt aJiflea. Rr. J. A. Walter, pojiori Bar. P.P. MeCwthy, a St. r.Ut'f ChueV Capitol Ilta, aWl three qurw from U aoatatart eoretrof tbo Capitol Croatia. . Ear. Mr. Boyla Is tat pastor. Bt. MUlbiw'j Chareh, ceraar of Fifteenth aad nvtrtwta, abort distinct north from the 6tata Department. Putor, Bit. Charles WMtt, D. D., JUV.Mr. WeNnlly, asilstaat. i Si Mary's, (.airman,) on Finb, a car IX itrttt. IUt. Matthias AUg, paitor. Babbath gtrrlcti. 101 tv uu, ud tfUrnoon. Bt. Domlnlek'i Chores, on Iho Mand, Sixth itrttt, about tqaldlitaot bttwtin tho canal cod PotooM ririr. Pastor, IUt. J. A. Boktl, O. 8. D , oasisUats, IUt. N. D. Yoang, 0. & D IUt. T. II. Lyneh, 0. S. D.l IUt. II. P. Ralph, 0. S. D. Bsr. P. CCill, O....

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 July 1866

SUE-NATIONAL REPUBLICAN I r v I PUBLISHED DAlLVi 1 " TJIEiVAnomiREP.UBUCAl prjBUBITKD DAILY.? S. ' .; " I . ' It,: t iU TBI KATIOaUZ, UnTBlIOlaT .' "n, rf auralag (ae.j OMpeod) bf W. a. i!ii 5" " U lmU ,tn r"' " faranhe "?? h''sorts, ShwfaiVMad. ". Tleeoi.u.rae rear, moo.' Uaile oooleo, I eeata. "" ''""" THIVfMalTATIOAl,irOBU01j, i t."i',Trr,,,""",1,,0"rroT RATH OT ApTHTIIIRQ. On square, three Jen,.-.... Oae square, four days,, ,l.. ... Oeceqeere,lvedayi... ...... art. ils dare.... .... ..13 00 I i oo , 100 F tUael. Tvf advertleeaeaU, H ft Mlt ad MttriU BltlVM M COOtC MT !U,Mk llMTtltB. .Ueal lief. IS MBta frCV 111. Mh lBMtUM. ' Adv trtlMBMU oali mater the beadeof Waa la. For Rale, For Kit, Lott uirnil, lBeertloa,( tut per fleet eueeequeit laeerUeaa half price. be llaeo or leeo eoaatllita ft iqiui, AdrtTtUMtU ehoald be headed It before alt o'clock a m. , v VOL. VI. WASmNOTQN C1TVL D. C. MONDAY MORNING. JULY 80.'18fl, NO. 207. T. Oa.lalMnrtlMBMataaf ailta IuUn 0.ptittm.at t a 0T.nBHt...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 July 1866

ff "jr ,ar- a- THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. MONDAY MORNING,. JtTLf 30. 1866. - V . "i. -r W .Mr Vr T I I t sr S l- . flatiittitf Uptt1rtuntt V WefUfngton City, I. O. W. JMOETAQH CO., PUBLISHERS. - a P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. MONDAY MORMIMQ ;::::::::: JDLY JO, 18M. CeifeitEIM RAM ADJOUHIKKD, BUT THE OeTERNHEirT CONTINUES. .The Thirty-ninth Congress has adjourned 1U first session, for which we render thanks. The country Is no longer in danger. Let the people rejoice all the people of alt the thlrty-li States of this glorious Union I , History will make this record, that no de liberate body of men ever assembled on earth with better opportunities for the ac complishment of good than this Congress has possessed, (and thrown away.) nor one which exhibited less capacity to grapple with said to master the great questions of the day. On the Sth day of December last eight months ago when the Thirty-ninth Congress assembled rumor wonld hare1 it that Tiik PauiDiiii wonld demand the admission of the Sena...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 July 1866

$ntioual QtynVLUm IjOOAXi 3NJ JU1 vy JS, Board or School -TiiuBTEK Tub Tkxt Boo' Qoiltte Bttld. A' spaata! neetlits; of v the XWtd of .Trastaes of Pabll Bohools tu fcetcf on Saturday evening, Jo their room . H the C1W 11A1I, ,UPrwtdl fro im-.Dr. Waist., In the ehalr. ''Preset.. Messrs. Wilson, Brawn, Tastta, Woodward, ' Jvkvffon. Clark, Blirttffc, Holaiead, and Cassetl, Dr.aWlV chairman or ths aommlttea on tht sx i amtantlea of applicants for fposltlooi a teachers, presented tha following report, which was adopted: - Waih.iotobT. D 0. JslSS, IMS. Tha committee on tht examination of eaodldatee for positions as teacher, met In the Coansll Cham ber, City Hill, at 10 O'clock a. ta., on Saturday, tht 7th tut "The large number of appllaants'ren daring It Impraatleable to conduct tho examination In that location. It was decided to mora to tha Fe male Orammar School room, Eaoond District, Fixe gentlemen aad flfty.two ladles were present. Many of tho ladles now teachers la onr fehooli wort c...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 July 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN ' MONDAY' I MORNINGS JULT5 .30'. 1866. I M jliiiuallcpuMiQttt MONDAY MORNINQ:i';:::i:k:::;JULY 30. 1886. CUVBCIt D1KBCT9B.T. t CATIOfJO. v '. t "TUeddeet CatboUe euwb la BW Patrick's, on I street northy MtMf tf Ttulb itfMt weal, on tqunro wmI flroA tbe PuWut Offlee dlfiee. Br. J. A. Walter,'' pastor f Bar. P. V. McCartur, as llstaaL 8i. Peter's CkuxeR. Capitol Hill, about threw square f ro the) southeast corner ef the Capitol grennduv . Rer. lf Boyle ! the tutor. CC Ifaitbew'l Church, eoraer of Fifteenth Mid It itfetta, short distinct north from tht SUU Department. FuUr. Rer. Cbarlii Whlto, D. D , lUr. Mr. MeNally, assistant. St. Mary's, (German,) on Fifth, near II itrttt. IUt. Matthias All, pastor. Sabbath unless, 101 &. m , aod afternoon. . St. DomtnteVi Charctf, on the III an J, Sixth atreat, about equidistant between tha eaoal and Pototnno rlrtr. Pastor, Rer. J. A. Bokol, 0. S. D , assistants, IUt. N. D. Young, OB.D IUt. J. II. Lynch, O.S.D) IUt. II. ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 July 1866

S'' V . raKSXnoifii juep uEican rOBUSHBD DAILY. ' it . i BATH Of ADTISTIIIHO. Oaa a.aaft,taMsat....,.ii......;......9i' w Oataqaara, ltf Java. m nniiHti I M OMiqiiilnJiji mi ... M Oat saaara, tl,ara , S 10 iTarr-otaavta avsrUtaaMata, SO mi atat a4l Uaaal." fwtatawakaaaniaaaaatalfsf sai.M- 4lllaaal- V I Mlurial aatlaaa M aaala at Hit, aaaa laaartlaa. Lata! aauttt as asats m llaa, aaaa laMrtloa. aavartlaaaMala tealiff aaitrtat attital Yfaala,Yar ala,FarXaal,Laalaat oaa4,aaalaMrtUa,f ataU ftr (lit l taattqatat laaartlaai aalf prlta, la Data or lata aaailltala a tqaara aATtrttttnaaU aaaal as aaaitd la Wort alat a'tlMk a m. t lorncuLj LAWS OF TIIE"UNITED STATES. Paastd at tha,rirst Stasias la Tklrtr A latr Consraaa Pcauo No. 178. A 'Act making appropriations for sundry cirll expenses of the government for the ryear ending June thirtieth, eighteen hun dred and sixty-seven, and for other pur nose, i , lis if enacted fcy tht Smalt andMTouM of Kcpreientativei of the United Statel of jimenca ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 July 1866

THE NATIONAL REPPBLICANrTOESDAY-MOIlHING.JUL -Sl.18tt, .: y 'M H T- f0Bue - TWftl" iW . J I Mr i. ft Mht AiSobl rif"piSStal -ttUJ T1 " 5 1 'rV Wm.rilniitora City. J. C; W. J. KOBTAOU "A CO., PUBUSIlKRa. Iansoom, EDITOR. isansTOanitiKaitttJ'UI.Y Jl. IBM i forget that Tni PinroKTr'a to glre qualified mfWgc to tho men of th JJlttrict of Colombia was ecUd W the radical members of Iho ' TMrty-Nlnth'CongVwH. THE CIVIL -APPROPRIATION '"-fsSfX-On the flrat page" of oar paper toilay will be found the official pnblication of tho civil appropriation bill, In which to many of onr citlicni are particularly Intcrcatcd. Tho t pnblication of the Internal Revenue Law la ntpended'jpr this day in order to give this important law to the public. UK OpTUPY WILL BE EXCISED irear0!fATTE!DABICE AT THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION. "Deacon Grundy's wife, like tho late Qaocn of Spain, had the misfortune to have some disease about her which made her per son very offensive to olfactories. But sho had a strong desire...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 July 1866

ffif" & I pntioniij, '$tMUw . IiOOAIi 3VXJ w m. Cur Couhcils. Board or Aldirxik. T Boarl bhI laii .Ttnlnf at the Meat boor tbe Preeldett, T. S. Liojd, Boa. , Is the .heir Pr-nt-Mmn.' Tarton, Owen', Bur, Edmoniton, Till, dillok, ifoCelnrea, Croit, nod A. Llojd. "Tkt Chair tell Mora Ik. Board ooamnnlea tlonlrqinlh. Mayor ia&nouneina' nil approTal of certain eeti. Mr. Torton Introduced a bill to ropttr the orldj-e mmii Rook ereek and K itreet north. Patted. Mr. Btrfpr.ier.ted the petition of Nlobolet CaT. Un, tod olh.rt, protMtlng tgtlnit thtconitrnetlon of mower In FlIX..nth itreet. Beioned to tho Seeond word delegation. Mr. A. tlojd Introdoood a bill to ooaitrnet a tower In iqoare MO. Biliml to Dralnut Com,' mliui. Hi alio Introdoood a Joint molotlon roanoitlnr the Major to oaoie tho frami bnlldini nt th. oor nor ol Beronth itreet nod Pioniilrtnia itiui to m remOTtd. Mr. Llojd laid tbo hnilneu mtn nnd olbtrf bnd compltlntd of thlt bnlldlof Handing tbon nfttr tbo fnlr w,l orer...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 July 1866

vSpfc 'f THE NATIONAL , REPUBLICAN. . TUESDAY, MORNING. 'sIULY ,.!. 18(50. -S V other i mrflitMA fraBa Pint t.1 other mrposcs, approved Joam twenly-Mc ond, eighteen bundrc.1 and sixty, shall ex. tend to Erfyptl "d tl,e Consul general at Alexandria shsll h ito power provided by ..Minn ibntr-twoor such Mt Cor toe ijonsul general or consnl residing at the capital of a country wkere there U no mlnlifcr.. , -, Sic. 12. And be it furthtr enacted, That each and every soldier 'who enlisted Into the army of the United Btatea, alter the nine teenth day of April, eighteen "hundred and ixtyene, for a period of not less than three Jreara, and haying served the time of his en Istment has, bren honorably discharged, and who hat received or who is entitled to receive frora.the United States under existing laws, a. bonnty of one hundred dollars, and no more, and any such soldier enlisted for not leas than three- years, who has been honorably discharged on account of wounds rccclrcd in the line of du...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 August 1866

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Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 August 1866

'! ' ' a. r yramttinataa City, 3. C. W.J. MPBTAOH CO.,FUBU811ERa a P. BAMBOOM. EDITOILt WSDHESDAY M0Mn.Q::::::AtjaU8T 1, ISM. cAinu or na mew obleans or RIOT. ItU gratifying tons to b able to glvo room to tho graphic article, elsewhere, from the pin of Mr. Kixo, editor of the New Or. leaiu Timet, recounting the history of the Oonrcntlon, the recalling of which produced the recenf disturbance In New Orleans. THE PHII.ABEI.PniA CONVEX- TlOlt. We take It for granted that In doe season call will be Issued by the proper authorities for the assembling of citizens of this District who endorse the principles of the original call for the Philadelphia Convention, at which meeting delegates to the said Conven tion will be elected. WnY CONSERVATIVES DESIRE A REORGANIZATION OF POLITY CAIi PARTIES. At the outbreak of the recent war it was demonstrated that the radical politicians, so called, were incapable of rendering the Gov- ernment much effective service in any great emergency. Something besi...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 August 1866

Dtafipunl fjityttHicmi. IiOOAIi XQTErWS. Tni Facts or thi 0 ask.-Sergeant Eck loff. of tb Metropolitan Poll, baa mult th fol lowUf affidavit eoatelolnf to faat relative to hit Mttoi aboal ih realat meeting aaaoaa. to bo heMt th Fair b a lid leg oa Friday t.1b lut. Berfeant B. fa wll known ttroafffaoot Ibo elty t Irotofttl ksd faltUbl , officer. Mniri. It. 8. ilavl and , KO. Gooding, two members of tho bar. alio talk faaU oorroborallr of tho statement of Ser. geael Eeklofft On tbl thirtieth dir of Jolr. A. D. 1884, befor tna, b nbnrlber, a Jostle oftbo ree la and for tho county of Waeblngtoa tod District of Colt ti bia, personally appeared Adolpfcai Eoktot Bar taat of tho Metropolitan Polio of tho Beveath prtolnot, It tald District, and beta; by m duly worn, Moordlof to law, dipoMth and faith that oa Friday, July 37th, on of tb Lady Manager of th lot fair for tb orphan of soldiers and saltan, called at th station boos. -She itaud ton that she had beea to see tb Mayor, bat wai Informe...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 August 1866

!fr THEI NAUOKE REPUBLICAN IVfifiNfiSDAY'STOlilN AUGUST i. 18&6: UjttIw, ykJDJnMPXY"MOBWniQ:niAtIQUST 1. UCft. National Union Convention. A Nfttlonal Union Contention, of at least two dcleffttif from each congreuional dis trict of all the BUtef, two from' each Jcrrl Ury, two from the District of Colombia, and four delegate, at large from each State, wilt bojield at Uw.clty of FhUadclphla, on the second Tuesday (Mth) of August next Such delegates will be chosen by the elec tors of the seTeral StaUa who sustain the Administration in maintaining unbroken the union of the Btatcs under tthe Constitution which our fathers established, and who agree In the following propositions, vis : The union of the States is. In every case, Indissoluble, and is perpetual and the Con stitution of the United States, and the laws passed by Congress In pursuance thereof, supreme and constant, ana universal In their oblliration i The rights, the dignity id the equality ol tho States in the Union, Includ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 August 1866

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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. — 2 August 1866

Ma ! M3L MntU'MV tfMum. (gsstaiifntgtoia. City, I. v W. J. MUBTAGH. CO..PDBLlSHKn3. t i .? " ii i-a - ta'P-HAHBOOUKDITOB.' THDIWDAT M0WraO::::!:;::Ana08T "f MM. f ' Till HftlUOU OUT OF, TOWN, t Psisjsbs iMTlDf the tty for th ftftuniry, darlag th saesmor moBths, b have th. Bipviiicax ma.iea:ig1aritihlr addreor tyr tearing thetr this .' iTnav7 oent per wk ., THE COUP DVKTAT BUGBEAR. j. It secml to us Tory singular that whllo Tni President if cndearorlng to preserve some of the)' reserved rights of Ibe several States as igatna'tjtlie.radlcsJs; who are clilmlng1 for Ua," Federal OoTcrnmcnt authority to over slaugh them altogether, ihat the lame men should be' insynetln; the newspajjep -correspondents fa their interest to write to their respective paper! that The Peesidett con trmplatrs making a coup d'etat similar to that made- by Louis Nai-oLeox. Upon one day Senator WilhoX or lorae 'other Senator or .ncprcaentatlTe alleges that Tmt Pbesi suit has gone oyer to the copperheads, thereby ...

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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