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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 20 October 1865

THE NORFOLK POST » Published RVERY MORNING (Sunday'sExcepted)al No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., md sold to Dealers and News Roys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED it sent hi subscribers hy mail »t the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR my ihle in advance. Single copies, ut Iho counter, FIVE )BNTS. Risiilents ill tho clly of Norfolk or Porlmnontb, ilcsirug Iho paper left regularly at (heir houses or place, of ashless, will ho served hy a carrier, hy leaving tho name lid address at the counting room of the puhlicatlou ifflce. They will Nettle with the currier weekly for Ihe nine. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. lUOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. RED UC ThJn~OF FA RE ! One Dollar to Richmond! NIK NEW FAST AND MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS THOMAS A. MORGAN, THOMAS COLLYER, I'ARRYINU THE D. S. MAIL AND AIIAMS EXPRESS FREIGHT. These Steamers will leive the Government Wharf, Norlolk, daily,.ni and alter Monday, Sept Will,at('.■<,o'clock, A. UL Ibr Richmond, touching ai Porttinnnth, Old Point i:ilv point.aud tlie .tilli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 20 October 1865

FRIDAY, OCTOBEIt 20, 1804. All ciiiumiinkutioii-i mlullm: t.i taatMM mutters con netted with tin, mmjm -lioiilil. In addressed to K. M Brows, Norfulk IM. All ~,iiiiiiiiiilealioii- pirt.iiniii;; to Editorial uiuttris, sail nil iutr««.ioiiilmi''e intended lot the papor shoulil lis addressed!.' John Clsrli, KJilur. * Advertisers SI. I..ljtli.sts-<l tv bund 111 tKelr Hilrertl «e---nisnts before ilx u'elock in tlis srsniug, previous to publication. Newnmm suit MM-Nfl ilesiiln* papers will plua.o kave th<ir orders st the counting-room Uis evaolng pre Yious lislitre nil u'-lock. 11.. 'c ■» * i.i ii i■ llunkmiHuis and Stations™, art' anttiorir.ed agents 1" •" » l ttmt Norfolk Fust, anil all orders 4ft with ilieni will lis attended to the mim as If left at tlisoliit-oof pul.liistion. S. M. IVtteruill ,v Co., srn anlliorlzed AdrortiHlng A t - ii-, fur the /"„-,' in .Yew York slid lloston. See fb'st, page for the latest news. —. »♦«» The news from Mexico is important. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 20 October 1865

FRIDAY, OCTOBBB 20, 1865. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GI.KN'N'sTIIKATKK.— II I'tlillt'll flll'ioualy, itnil tin- itreeU of tlio good city were Bowled, uml Hit' ntlgtat was dark us Ki'cbus, wilh a ilim lamp tbeddltis ', lioro anil there itagllmmei'in£ r |h.Uy light j to guide the pedesti'ian into guttan und man-traps, and when the hour for opening the I heat re arrived, there was no cessation in the storm, consequently ' tbe audience present when the curtain ' rose was liiiii'h iiiorf select than mime- I rous. The players were nothing daunt- ' ed, however, ai d we have rarely wit- » iiessetl I letter act ing to a full and over- i Howing house, than that of the entire I Company on Wednesday evening. It ,; Was not merely a rehearsal. The play ' was "Ambition," and is founded upon the fate ofthe youthful and beautiful, butambitloua and unfortunate I'uthor r Ine Howard, who, through her intense , : desire for power and greatness, erinii- , nally espoused King Henry the Eighth, v of England, only...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 20 October 1865

RESOLUTIONS PASSED AT TUB UMQCfND SESSION OF TBM THIRTY-FOURTH COMSRhSS. A Reboictiox tendering tho Thanks of oa£« tota* Admiral David D. Porter, and to the Othcers, 1 .-tty Otßeata, Seamen and Marines under his Om.nand m ~ their Gallantry aud good Conduct iv tht- reeunt Laptnn „ of l*ort Fisher. <■ Resolved by the .Senate fl.u/ Uouujf t fifth* United Xtat'S of America in J That the thanks of Congress e» herigpr«n-nle.l to Kear t Admiral BaridD.Porter,an- to^ogtampettycg_teert, , seamen and marines under his conmiand, for the uusui- | passed gallantry and skill exh. yted by them in the a tack, , upon Kurt Haher, and the brilliant and decisive victory t by which that importantM.uk has beet, captured trom , tho rebel broes and placed in the possession and under 1 the authority vf the United Stales; am tor their long t and faithinl unices and unwavering devotion J»» cause of the country iv the iuhlst of the greatest difficul--Bec -. Antibe.it further resolved. That the Presi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 21 October 1865

THE NORFOLK POST a Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday'sExcepted) at No. 18 ItOANOKF. StiPARK, NORFOLK, VA., anil sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to stlbscriburs by mail at Ihe ralo of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable In advance. Single copies, at Iho counter, FIVE CENTS. K. siihnts iii tho cily of Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslrn,'s the paper left regularly at their houses or places of I usiness, will bo served by a enrrinr, by leaving tho name and address at the counting-room of tlio publication ofrlc-e. They will sel lie with the currier weekly for the lame. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. TV OTH IE TO TRAVELLER!*. REDUCTION~OF FARE! One Dollar to Richmond! i THE NEW FAST AND MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS THOMAS A. MORGAN, • THOMAS A COLLYER, CAHRY'INfI Till. U. S. MAU, AMI ADAMS T KXPRESB FREIGHT. These Steanu-rs will liavu tho Ooveriiment Whnrf, Norfolk, daily, on nnd after Monday, Sept 1 Nth, at <\\ i o'clock, A. M., for Richmond, touchiug ut Portsmouth, Old Point,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 21 October 1865

Titories, to receive law from stater States, execuied by their soldiery. I hey are ioi republicans who wouhl create teesaon"? ex poet facto laws, condemn without a trial, and confiscate the lands aul inlheiitanoe of the master on Ihe prctnoof absenteeism of oWWMa, «, fj> jjj frecdnien In their plaws. J™?, "•J™ Tenublicans who consider the white rate Sf P U.eS a conquered who have no rights except *osßglven hv the conqueror. Nor is he a republican who holds that the differences growing out of the abandonment of the oriKinal principles of the republican party, marked in this later progamme of its leaders as "little differences" that may be discussed, but tolerated, to enable the party acting on them to hold the power they have grasped. This is not a new idea promulgated at Yonkers by the Senator from Massachusetts a few days eince. lt was once characterized by a much greater Massachusetts man than himself as the "cohesive powcrof public plunder.'' Ido not belomg to this new...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 21 October 1865

SATURDAy7oCTOBER 21, 1865. LOCAL INTELLIGENCESuicide.—Tho colored woman, who jumped overboard from the steamer George Appold, whenoit'Sewell's Point on Wednesday morning, was evidently deranged. She labored under the hallucination that she was haunted by the spirit of a lady, who had died in Maine, and to whom she was nurse. After the death ofthe lady her husband gave Juliet Montague, (the name ofthe suicide), all his wile's clothes. This appeared to have troubled her all the passage, as she stated to the passengers, that the lady's spirit haunted her because she took the clothes, and did not leave them with the children. During the day time she was perfectly rational. At. night she was restless and noisy, much to the annoyance of tlio passengers. She eluded the vigilance of tho (stewardess on Wednesday morning, and threw herself overboard, as before (stated, and was drowned before assistance could be rendered to save her. Her effects are in Ihe hanils ofthe agents of the Boston Ste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 21 October 1865

je«w^a. sßrwresr? I RESOLUTIONS PASSED AT nn: StXOOKt SFSStuX OE I*B* j . fHIRII tXtCUTkt CONOSktV. A tUaoi-DTlds tendering tha tlwiki at Omttamt** ■■■ Ailiuiral iiavbl 11, Porter, and tv tho "■'•■•. 1 - '"," 1 Oih.-oi-i. 8.„ „ aiidMariuM BadarhlaCommand, aa tlif.i UalUntry and B-.n.l Con luct 111 ihuivniiitl.it.ini': ut K. 11 l-islur. R-soerd I.y lh, Smof and llntt'e nf ftepren ra of the lintel Stale* uf America i« Ccujms v ■■'"''-.', •flint the thank. "I 1'..1.-r. ""••' I" lebvpi-Us.-lit.. II !.«.. Admiral David I). I' ■'. anl to tho,.||ii..is.p.-tit-.n.,,.,,.-, araraanand marine! nm .-.■luiui.an.l, Bir tho uiunirpaaeestg ntrTaDdikillaiUhltedhyttoaniul ittacki iii..,,, 1.1,1 1. ber I tha brilltonl • .-imvovui-rv hi which that Important work hai been dplmed man tfiarebel fl.rt«ianl led iv tlie |aMMM n,.l un.le, tbe ..uihiiniv nf H." UnlUd .stui-s: and tm- Ihi-ir lm, ; nnd BdUifnl aervlcai and untjnv-rins (leruUoo to tho ciiusi. ..f Iho inliy iii Hie mldal uf the grmtcM ililhoulHea ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 23 October 1865

THE NORFOLK POST ■ Published EVUtY MORNING (Sunday'!Excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, VA., and sold to Dealers anil News Boyi at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sont to suhicribert by mall at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PES YEAR payable lv advance. Single copies, at the countor, PIVE CENTS. IU sidenta in tho otty of Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslrHg (he paper left regularly at their huusee or placei of I uiiuess, will ha served hy a carrier, by leaving the name and address nt tho counting-room of tbe publication offloc. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the tame. IMPORTANT TO TRAVELLERS THE OLD AND ESTABLISHED BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO., So well and s.i favorably known to thu Puhlie ai the M. N. FALLS' LINE, Are now Running their Favorite Steumers LOUISIANA, CAPT. GEO. W. RUSSELL: ADELAIDE, CAPT. I A SI I S CANNON; GEORG E A N A , CAPT. P. PIARSON. Tliey cave the Government Wharf, Nnrfulk, dally at SV4 o'cluck, nnd High street SYliurf, Ptirtstnuuth, at 4 o'clock, P. St.,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 23 October 1865

Ut lUrfollt got, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, IMS. All IMWlnillß—llHllS relating tv h___B ——tan i-..ti-liev-tl-il with (iii. iin.ii-i (iliuulit; I'll aiMi——d l.i _ M. liri.Kii, Nurfulk Fait, All Wl—_aill(-Itllll |M_l|l—S *• ■ttttorial nutlrri, vi..i nil I—CMfOa—MS inleniii-d fur tlio l'H|i«r (di.iulj l.t. nddri mid tv Juhli Cli.rli, B litur. Advi-rtUurs »iiiinniii'Bti.il lo Lund _ tlieir (dmti.emviits beforo six n'rluok ill the ev«uiu«, .11 «viuii» tv jiitblit'iitioii. Havoua mnl umwboyi iii>«iiin>. papera v til il. m.. liuve their uriier. Nt the counting-ruuiu llu. or. nitig previuUM Imfurtt six u'riock. M.i. ii -.- t RrutlitT!., tllMit—UsS'S and StaHonors, art. author-1/'isi fegtata lv sell tlie Nurfulk Hot!, and ill unlem dft with tln-iu will Ito attended tv tlm Hume ill if left at tint "fll. >• uf ].nldi. .iti.lll. S. 11. IYtti-ri;ill k Co., iiru antliorir-cd a.i .. n, ~,: AmooAm fur (bo Und in New York .tint Hu-lun. General Grant has refused the applicat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 23 October 1865

MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1866. A Nest of Thieves Broken Up.— On Hundav morning, the loth inst., the residence of L. Reynolds, No. 32Catherine street, it will be remembered , was entered and robbed of a valuable gold watch, taken from his bureau drawer, at the foot of his bed. The thief escaped by mo—ing up stairs, jumping upon the front porch, thence to' the ground. On Monday morning, Mr. Reynolds, with the determination ofHawkshaw, in the "Ticket of Leave Man," setabout taking precautionary measures in regard to the discovery of the thieves, which he believed would load to the discovery of his watch. The jewelry stores were provided witli a description of the watch, in case it should be offered for sale. He sought the aid of Constables Bonfanti and Wyatt, and with their assistance set about "wiping their job," with all the shrewdness ofthe most experienced detectives. On Friday the aft'tiirgavea fair prospect of culminating into a perfect success. Two suspicious characters weie watched,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 23 October 1865

PASSED AT THE SECOXD SESsiaX OF THS THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. A IMMM tendering the Thanks of Congress tnilJJ A.lnitial David D. Porter, and to the Officers, Petty Officers. Seamen and Marines under US Command, foi their Gallantry and good Conduel iv the recent lapimu of Fort Fisher. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of Hie Uniteil Slates of America in 35E!___a_5 That the thanks of Congress are Inirefiypr.-riitedtOMU Adn.iral David 11. t'orler, and to (he officers peyolners, .ea.net, and murines uuder his command, for the njumrpa ned gallant ,-v and .kill.-xlHii.t.-.l I.y then, in lharks upon Fort K-iier, ami the brßUan« and nadafoTteMy by which that important ...all has been captured from the rebel forces and placed in the possession and uuder the authority of tho lulled Slates; and for their long and faithful service, an.l unwavering devotion to ho Ml of the country in the midst of the greatest difflcul- ""*"■' A, n ,d"i''it fuTtka-i'mmrnVT** the Presideut or tha Un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 24 October 1865

THE NORFOLK TOST Publi-bi'd EVHKY MORNING (Sunday's Except...l tl Nf). ti Roanoke Square, NOItFOI.K, V(., snd sold to Dealers nnd News Hoys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or -...I to MbeeribaH by v.ail at tlm Mb. of TEN DOLLARS PER YEA 1! pay il.le in advance. Single copies, nl (hecounl,..., FIVE CENTS. It. -idenls in 11... oily "f Norfolk or Portsmouth, oVsirs.'tlic.paper lefl n-gnlarly at their homes or places! of l usim-ss, will In' served by v eanier, by leaving tho Bant slid address at ll.e . ...it.tii.u 100... of (lie publication office. Tliey Will setlls with thn carrier weekly for flat - a.tie. PRINTING. BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE, at the Office or The Norfolk Post, NO. is ROANOKE SQUABS, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. ,- i ~_————. i Tm: Pr.r.|.Rin..r,; of this U. 1..1 lishu.ciii respectfully announce to lite public of Norfolk, Portsmouth and v. • ooi.v, thai they are folly prepared to exeouts every dctcriptlonoi JOB PHINTINU known to tin. business. nol on]] withNBATNBM and DI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 24 October 1865

ihe flotfdlk ftot, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1860. All communications nileling tv lta_M_ MMMM CM neco-il wilh this |iH|.sr ehenld. he siWressml (•' H. M Brown, Norfolk Il.it. All __•_*■*__ p..r(iinliig 1 Iditorial »a((rrs, sn.l all iorr."poii.lsn.« __•—•! lo the impsr slioi.l.l 1... l___Nl m John (lark, IMitor. Adverti.ors ariiapaM lo hsnd in Ihslr silverlise lernis hsfore sis oVlook - tlie evsulng, \,i fvious •• puhliratio.l. u.«i.H.-ii an.l Mnbejm (-iii.v„ vnptr* »111 |.i-..---hAvs (It.ir ..r.tt-rs si ().o cei.nting riHiiu thu »*v» uing _sre vlous l.sfors sis e'elui'k. Ifsyliew k Ilr.ll.rrs, Books.Hers ..nd Mtatfsnsrs, sr auth.it ./"I »«,«].ts to sell thn Norfolk Put, slid .11 onlt-r aft w.d. diem will lm hii.-n.u-.l to Ihs sn.ni.. ai .1 left a thooffice of psbMcatton, B. M IMI.tkIII A Co., ...» uutl.orlrr.il Advertlsl( Agents tor (lie Pott v. V .» York and llostn((. Mr. Hume, of the Adams Expres. Company, has our thanks for the Rid n....ml papers. We are also under obi gations to Harn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 24 October 1865

She §«tt»lt\ |Mt TUESDAY, OOTOBKR 84, 18ft, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Norfolk Fihk.mi.x in MaWchmH-S N. H. Last night, [October 19,1 the niemliers of Eagle Engine Company, No. I, gave a sumptuous entertainment at the Eagle Hotel, in honor of Captain Edward C. Folger, chief engineer ofthe Norfolk Fire Department, and his Mend Captain Redman. Mayor Tabor presided, and on hi,-, right sat Captain Folger, and on his left Captain Nozzle, tlie chief ot the hosts. The ball was neatly decorated with New Hampshire's freshest evergreena, and the mottoes were very apt. We quote one—"Snatch from tlio "ashes of your sires the cm hew of .their former fires; 1 ' and we quote another—"Let us no more contend, nor blame each otln hut strive, in offices of love, how we in; lighten each other's burden, in o share of woe." These mottoes interpre ed all that these gallant tons of He Hampshire and Virginia fell, and itw hardly necessary to go farther. Rli Mayor Tabor made an eloquent speec welcoming tbe Virginia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 24 October 1865

RESOLUTIONS. PAtWDi AT THE SECOXD SESSION OF 'fllK ■ftHRIIItiURfIt'COXURESS. A Ki:.:..u-t-tuN Eaudarlng the Thanks ol OggJJ "[}<'": Admiral David D. Porter, and to th". o nicer*, Jetty Officers, Seamen and Marines "."'"'■""*'""","'•'''. (heir (11,11,11.1,1 end 1......1 Conduct In therwent Capture '..-..,..-,/' by T_ Am* and Haute of Represen',ali,es ofthe United Stale, of Ann rica in -Omgnss ;'■"'";""• That lh..,hi.uk* of Confess ere her,Vprcsei, el, . 1..1 Admiral imvid l>. Porter, and to ftstfar. petty oßfcera, •ana ,„.l ur- Ist tteonw*"* •» '.."! ." ti . i i_..it..*«-b i ledl'V the in tlie utlnt-.lv-'* tilt>•>*.'< I■■ 1 111 111 IV il HI l.|\ M I * \l>) I'l I *'• *V . . r.on C I, c, s„d I.nlli-.nt and ih*Wv. victory t, »h„l, thn. i,u|...rta..l «■• .rk hm been capl.u-.-il ... ther..|,"ir..r...*a,,lpi.-.,-..l to tta p..**..™!.™ and nndjr the „„ ,i,v ~r the Dnlted Nata.l and tor_ their long and faithful services and un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 25 October 1865

TEE NORFOLK POST Pnlilished EVBBY MollNlNO(«urnlay'sEvceplisl)»t No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Deiilers sail News Hoys at THREE DOLLARS PER IIUNDIIED or sent to nubscrlbors by mail at the rats of TEN DOLLARS TEU YEAR payable In advance. Single eopioj, at ths counter, FIVE CENTS. Ktsldente In the city of Norfolk or rurtsmotith, desirn;* the paper left regularly at their homes or places of I unities*, will be served by a carrier, by leaving the nanaand address at tho counting-room of the publication office. They will settle with the carrier woekly for the i erne. PRINTING. # - *% BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE, \ i AT THE Office of The Norfolk Post, NO. 18 ROANOKE B(iUARE, NOBFOIK. VIIIGINIA. i .— i Tut: ■MUM) or Hilh Mabli-kB-Bt rwpoetfWly annuiißce to the Public of Norfolk, dor-pJBBth unit vi- ( cinity, that they tiro fully prepared to cYiicut" every description of JOB PRINTING known to tho bnslnivn, . not only with NICATNESS and DESPATCH, but in I style, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 25 October 1865

_•!» $jotfolfe fWt WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER If, 1885. All communications relating tn h-S-M inntt.-r. rnnBected with IhL paper "lioulil.' b» addniued tn K. M. Brown, Norfolk foil. All communications pertaining tn Idttarial nutttrn, and all torrenpondonce Inttuded fur Hi* paper should be addressed to John Clark, Bditijr. Advertisers sre requested tn bund in their sdv,-rti«»-mem. before si- o'clock la tha evening, ptuioua Iv publication. Newsman and newsboys desiring papera a 111 pirate kave their ordera at tha counting-room tha ovtoing prerloui before six o'clock. Hayhew A Brothers, IJookeellera and Stat-anura, anBBthorlted agonte to sell the Norfolk I'ft. and ill orders aft with them will La attended to the —vme at it lt-ft at ah* office of pnblication. S. M. Pettcrgill i Co., are authorized Advertising Aganta lor tha /',»( in New York aud Boston. See the lirst page for four columns of reading matter, including tho statement of President Johnson's views of reconstruction, and the position ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 25 October 1865

»* §otm fost. wednf:sday, October 25, i 86 r ,. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thkatkicat..—Tbe new drama hy Charles Keade, entitled "Never too Late to Mend," was played for the first time in America on Monday night, at Glenn's Theatre, to a full house. Mr. Proctor takes the character of a London thief, who, after passing through a terrible course of prison regimen, reforms and becomes an honest man and respectable member of society. The author has a purpose in bis drama, and that is to attract the attention of the authorities in England to tho unnecessarily harsh and cruel treatment of prisoners by the keepers of their jails and Xewgntes. One scene of cruel torture is given. In which the jailor displays bli heartlessness, and the death of a boy is oaused hy the harsh treatment the friendless hid Is subjected to in the prison cell. There ts unquestionably a great deal of brutality practiced upon helpless prisoners, both In this country and in Bog* land by their Inhuman keepers, anil it. is wel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 25 October 1865

-ttßlilll usiushjhusm iii.ti e_M-T-B---~-«.---ei»sa--i Ogm ■Resolutions, PASSED .t." m SECOND SESSION OF the: ■thirty-fourth congress A Resolution tendering the Thanks of Congress Admiral David B. Pastor, and '" "',''. " ,h "• ,"'• Officers, Seamen and Marines > under lib '■' m<l ' ■ their Gallantry ■~ mil :• COnduct ' _i_-»iw«-tgaptnre ol 101 l i Fisher. Resulted in/ ihe Smalt « I House of Representatives „f,i '■ - i ...- tn Congress Thai the thanks r i«s«Biwhei-W*i«~itetll Rear Admiral D*vkl B. Porter, and t,, the officers petty officers II It 11l li r bis, en,l I, tm- the una,*--passed ,'nlk'iiitiv and skill i exhibited by them attacks. il|„„i Kort i-i- ii.-i. im I til' brilliant iMlii dei it.." cI r. by which thai li»piirt"-t work In. been captured from the rebel forces nml placed in the possession and under Hut authority ■' the I United I States ami lis their ht and faithful service and unwavering: . • devotion to 111.. , ~,.: rl i;. ■ ~.,ii,ii'.v in midst...

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