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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 27 October 1865

POST PBhli.hed EVERY MORNINO (Snniln.y'.Exeeptasl). NO. 18 ROANOKE SQUARE, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HtISftRKD or .ant to subscribers by mall at the rata of TEN DOJ.LA._B PER YEAR payable in advance. Single copies, at tho counter, FIVE CENTS. Ri -~i ■~,. hi tlm city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, u_.ii Bg the paper left regularly nt t Inn homes or pl„, ,i_ of I n .in.'. ■.. will be served by a carrier, by leaving tho nalße and address at the counting-room of the publieatMn office. They will settle with the carrier weekly for tke i ame. GUIDE; [ TO TRAVELLERS. REDUCTJON~OF FARE! One Dollar to Richmond! THE NEW FAST AND MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS thomas a. Morgan, thomas Toll yer, CARRYING THE UNITED STATES. MAIL AND ADAMS EXPRESS FREIGHT. These Steamers Mill leuv. the Government Wharf, Nor folk, dully, on nnd after Monday, Sent 1)11 h, at nli o'clock, A. M., for Rii'limond, touching at Portsmouth, filii Point, City Point.and the different landing- ou ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 27 October 1865

Bte ftotfolk fost FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1865. All communication, r.latinj to kudu*** matters tuftnected with this paper ahauld; b» address-! to B. U. Brows, Norfolk I\si. -II e*mm«nM_tloa» pertaining to editorial Matter*, aad all •*rre*pond.*_a intanded for tha paper .hould »**d_rs*_ed to Mi Clark, Mite*. Advertiser, are rtflimtM t» ■-»■ *• *-* ,r adve-Hs*-ments bsfor* .he *'*10-l * _•• •»»•«» pt*»l*_» to public.tion. N.wsmen aad ••w.h.y* ds*lrta| pap-** HH pleas. have their erders at tk* . *u*tl*fr«*m »• -sraing nr. Ttoui Infill, "li o'aloek. Mayhew A Brother*, li„„k.ellm. aad it.Ssnsrs, n. autheriied ag.ut* to sell tha Norfolk iM, aad all erdert dR with tin-in will ba attended to Si* suras a* H left at th* ettlee of publication. S. M Pettergill A Co, are an.hor._ed Advertising ij.ii!. for th* /'...< in New York and Boston. = Our special correspondent's account of the Fenians, in yesterday's paper went off like warm cakes. _H__-_ A reporter in Richmond had his pock et pick...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 27 October 1865

OCTOBER 27, 186. r .. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thk Weather.—The thermometer at Dr. W. E. Lewis' Drug Store, under the Atlantic Hytel, IndicatedUm followintr state of the weatlier Thursday : 7 A.M. - - - - «0° 10 " 03° 1 p. M. - - - - 06° 4 " 04° 8 " 59° '■-*»• — Naval. — Tlie side-wheel steamer Powhatan, screw steamer Tuscarora and double turretted monitor Monadnock are now lying in our harbor. These vessels are destined for the Pacific, and will sail in tha course at a week. For the information of those having friends onboard we will endeavor to publish a full and correct list of their officers. Mii.itarv.—A detachment of the f>th Regular Artillery, consisting of 1.0 officers and men, arrived at Old Point yestenlav afternoon from New York, on ' board the steamship Albermarle. They have been assigned to garrison duty at Oh! Point in pluceof the 3d Perm. Heavy Artillery mustered out of service. — ••» ■ Progress.—The enterprising firm of Huyck & Veasey propose establ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 27 October 1865

RESOLUTIONS. PASSED AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE IIIIR TT-IVI •ll TH _'i.._Y<V H ESS. A Rihoujtion teiulerini. tin. Thank* ol Cougre-I lo Hi ar Adinirul David 0. Porter, and t" lit* Offleetf, PetW Offleera, Seam, n and Marine* un.l, r his ('uamuinii. lor their tlullantry aud uuud t'onJin t in llielisallt i|iptute uf fort Fisher. Eesohcl by the Stunts orn! House of Efpi_w*fuHwl of the Outai States if AsMTica in o,n(rr.i.i «■-•';"';'"'. That the thanks of oonjre-iare here*jrpresinteit loRMi Aditiir.il David 11. Porn r, and tn thenftleera, lie y oIH. eis, eeauienaiiil murines under Ida cniiiliuiliit, for tin. uiisui-passe,U.r,lh,ntrva..ilskill.-xhil.ite.lhyth'-luitltheattiieka upon Kurt Fisher, and the brilliant and deelsiie vielmy by which thai Irnnortant work haa been captured from the rebel forces and placed in the possession and nmhr the nittlinriiv of Ihe United Stales; and f„r their long and faithful'sen-ins and unwavering devotion to,lho rausr of ihe niuntry in thu lu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 30 October 1865

TKE NOEFOLK POST Pnldished ITS. MORNINO (Sunday'sExcepted) al No. 18 Roanoke Bqu ake, NORFOLK, Va., and sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to subscribers by mail at tbe rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payible in advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. ttisidonb. in the city or Norfolk or Portsmouth, desirng Iho paper left regularly at their houses or places of ' ashless, will he served hy a carrier, hy leaving the name nnd address at the counting.room of the publication office. They will settle Willi the carrier weekly for the ! time. •——————_—_____________________«__———_—__ TRAVELERS' GUIDE. "tvtotic iTmPr j . a vklleusT MMDVCTIOJf 09 FAKE! One Dollar to Richmond! THB NEW FAST AND MAdNIFfCKNT STBAMRRB THOMAS A. MORGAN, AND THOMAS COLLYER, (.AURV.N'G THK UNITED HT_TK.. MAI!_ AND ADAMS EXPRESS ERKHIHT. Th.M*- SlfiirnTß will li-Hvu tli« (lovernmi'nt Wharf, N"f---l"lk H.tllv.i.ll mill .itl.-r M-.M'l:i\ , S''|'t lvth.nt I.' ~ il't l.oli, A. M.,-f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 30 October 1865

St. irOtftlllt fUSt. MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1866. All communications relating to business matters connected with -hi- paper ilioiilil.li" tsSAwm* t« X- M. Brows, Norfolk Itisl. All communication, pertainitiK to Editorial inatt.r,, and all rorr-apcndoine intended for the paper should be adilrcwedto Join Clark, Mitor. Advertisers are reiniest-d to hand in their «dTerti.e--ui.-..- before six o'clock in the wenlng, |H MM te jiuhlicution. Uewsmen aad newslwys desiring r-«eri •11l ideate ImTe their enters at the counting .eona the awning previous before sin o'clock. IJsybow A Drothere, llookselleri and SUtleuers, are authorir.ed agents to foil the Norfolk Post, and all order* _t with tin-in will he attended to the same ai If left at tho office of publication. S. M. Pett.-glll A Co., are authorised Advertising Aircnts for the nst in New York und Boston. There are four columns of interesting reading matter ou the- lirst page, and two columns under the local head, on the third page—including a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 30 October 1865

MONDAY, OCTOBER 30,1866. "local ."intelligence. The North Star was originally owned by the Atlantic Mail Steamship Company. The company sold out sometime since to the Pacific Mail Steamship Company all their steamers, consisting of seven. She was built in 1868, and rebuilt in 1882, tons 1,867, Two marine engines, nine hundred horse powereach, cylinders sixty inch bore by ten feet stroke; machinery built at the Allair Works, New York. The inspector's certificate allows ber to carry a pressure of twenty pounds of steam; the boilers were tested to thirty pounds, and in case of emergency that amount could have been carried by gradual increase. The steamer is naturally slow in her prime, never having made more than ten knots. During the gale of the 84th she carried nineteen pounds of steam, an amount found amply sufiicient to keep her head to the terrific sea. It must become evident to every sensible mind that the more a vessel is pressed against a heavy head sea, the more it strains her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 30 October 1865

RESOLUTIONS. PASSED AT THE SECONO SESSION OF THE THIRTT FOURTH CONGRESS. A Resolution tendering thu Thanks of Congress tv >Rear Admiral David U. Porter, antl to tha Officers, Petty Otßcern. t. cumeu aud Murium under his Command, for their l.alUnliy und good Conduct iv ths recent Capture of Fort Fisher. Rewltivd by the Rnate and ffokse of Repretentativet of the United State* vf America in Oaujreu ■!■_*■ ft (Iff, That the thunks of Congress are hereby presented to Rear Admiral David I>. Porter, und to the officers, petty officers, seamen and marine-under his eniiimand, for the uusurDMMd gallantry *n<- -WUtiMWIod by them iii the attacks upon Furt Fisher, and thn brilliant and decisive victory ty whieli that important work luw been captured from tlio rebel force, mid placed in the possession aud under the authority of the United State..; und for their long aud faithful services and unwavering demotion to tho cause of thl country in the midst of tbs great...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 31 October 1865

THE NOEFOLK POST Pill.li-lied EVERY MORNINO (Sunday's Excepted) nl No. 18 Ro a voice Square, NORFOLK, Vl., and sold to Dealer, and News Roys at TIIRKF. DOLLARS PRR HUNDRED or sent to M_M_-_ by mail at the rute of TEN DOLLARS PUR YKAR pay ible In advance. Slngls copies, nt Ihe counter, FIVE CENTS. Ri sidents iii the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslrn* the paper left regularly nt their houses or plac* ot I no "■ - . will be sernsl by 11 carrier, liy leaviii|. Hie name and adilrens at Ihe couniingr-roout of the puidication ofllce. They will settle with tlie carrier weekly for the ■ vine. im^T^RS^UIDK TV[OTICE TO TRAVEIiEERS. RED UCTIO~N~OF FA RE ! One Dollar to Richmond! THR NEW FAST AND MAUNIFICKNT STEAMERS THOMAS A. MORGAN, THOMAS COLtYER, CARRYINtI THE UNITED STATES MAIL ANII ADAMS EXPRESS FREKIHT. These Sleniii.-i-s will b-avo the Governmeiit Wharf, Norfolk, daily, on and altei Monday, Sept lS_.nt(Uo'<_4k, A. \l . for Ricliinoiid, 1 lino at Portsmouth, Old Point, City...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 31 October 1865

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1866. ill .ommimicatlon- relating t« »"-">«"• «--"«" »*» ♦etedwith thii paper iliould. be addreeeed la B. M. r.,wa, Norfolk Post. All ___nn_ation_ pertaining tn Editorial matter., aad all .orre-pondeace Intended for tha paper ihould ba addrawdUi John Clark, B4IU-. Advarti.eriararevieit.nl to haad la their ad-trtiao- _«■._ b.lore .il a'oloek ia th. a. aai-f, r . "tea. t. pobUcatloa. Mewamru and »..»«r_.vi .leaking paper, a IB pleaaa have their onion al the counting r»» tha ns ning proviso, before ail o'clock. Ifayhew A Brotliere, Bookaellere and Statfenera, ara authorized agent. te .ell th« Norfolk /.»(, aad all order. ett with them will ha attended to tha aame ai If l«fl at th. officii ef publication. 8. II Pettergill A Co., »ra anthorliod A 4» itinlnAgeata for tha Fast in New York and Boaton. A locomotive on the Raleigh and Gastoii railroad exploded on Saturday, In staidly killing two persons. -—_-_————_,_».. _—_. Hon. Timothy Rives, of Prince George...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 31 October 1865

®ltr purfoWt |*fl 'I'UKSDAY, OCTOBER 31, l.si;._. LOCAL INTJLLIGENCE. Thb.ink!... j.qp Yoinu Tompkins. Tlie scene yesterday afternoon at tlie Cumberland street Baptist i.'lnircli was truly Imposing mid solemn, The Rev. Tlioniiis Hume conducted tlio fuller:,! _e-.taonle.of Blecar T.Tompkin.. The clmrt-li was crowded, and us tho coffin of tlledeeeasetl wits carried along tlio iniiiii aisle of tlie church, to tlio foot of the ■Itar, tbe suppressed nobs of the female friends of flio deceased broke upon the t'urwitli an Impressive proof of bis many virtues, and their heartfelt regrets to bfs memory. His grief-stricken parenU, brothers iintl sisters, sbetl teafa of aflecf ion over the remalni of the loved one, which, in life, wm mi ornament to tbeir family eitele. Yniiu.. Tompkins was a consistent ami worthy member of the Baptist Church, The minister dwell upon his merits in life, and spoke words of consolation to his family and (Mends, tpiotitiL. ii'iuii Corinthians the power of Christ, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 31 October 1865

JiESOLUTIOKS. PASsnD at nu: MCQNn sr;ssioy or thf TUIRTV F<-l 7_ TB CO A*OJUBK A ll_■■!__.HßU, tendering tho Thanks of < .mp-otn to Flour Admiral David I). Porta* aud to ths Olllcen, Petty OlUi.-r., Seamen ami Mai lues under his Command, for their Gallantry and good Conduct (v ths receut Capture of Kort Jj'isher. Retofeed . v the Senate and Ihute nf Represent-tHf* Of the faded' State* of America in Omgress aWWM-rf, flmt tho thanks of Oomfttam are hereby presentmi to Rear Admiral I (avid l». Porter, aud to theofflenrs, petty officers, . MMi aud marines under bis command, for tho unsnr-luism-d galhmtrv and skillexhibited by them in the attacks Upon |£rt Usher, and th« brilliant and decisive vl-tory l»y which that Important work has been captured from the reh_i ibrcu and placed In the possftssion and undsr the authority of the Unlt_d Stutes; and for their long and faithful service, and unwavering devotion to tho cause of the country iv the midst of the great, st d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 1 November 1865

post I Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday's Excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., and sold lo Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED _ wi to subscribers by mall at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable In advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE OHNTS. • Residents in the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslrBg the paper left regularly at their houses or places of I usiuess, will be served by a carrier, by leaving the name and address at the counting-room of the publication office. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the iima. _____« I"" OTICE | REDUCTION~OF FARE! I One Dollar to Richmond! g NEW FAST AND MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS THOMAS A. MORGAN, THOMAS *COLL YER, •ARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL AND *** ADAMS EXPRESS FREIOIIT. These Steamers will leave the Government Wharf, Norfolk, daily, on and after Monday, Sept 18th, »_««?'_£*. A. M., for Richmond, touching at Portsmouth, Old I ulnt, Oity Point.and the ditterent landings en James River. . No oipens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 1 November 1865

9fa gM»tfc jftyt WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1,1866. All communications relating to business nutters cone. ted with this paper should; be addreassd to E. M. rown, Norfolk J\>sl All communications pertaining to Editorial matters, and all correspondence intended for the paper should bo addressed to John Clark, Hitor. Advertisers are requested to hand in their advertisements before six o'clock in the evening, pi rrloua t» publication. Newsmen and nowsboys desirlag papers alll please have their orders at the counting-room tho »v. ning previous before bui o'clock. Mayhew k Brothers, Booksellers and Statfoners, are authorized agents to sell the Norfolk Put, aad all orders est with them wUI be attended to she sams ai If left at the office of publication. 8. M. Pettergill k Co., are antkoriied Advertising Agents for tin, I'ukl in Mew York and Boston. When the senior editor of the Boston Pott has anythiiig'wicked to put before the public, he credits it to "[Ex.]." On Saturday, the venerab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 1 November 1865

She lto*fol* f ***♦ NOVEMBER 1,1865. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I More of the Late Gale— Arrival of the Steamers Victor in Distress, and tie Quaker City short of fuel, and other varticulars.-Uhe steamship Quaker fcity from Charleston for New York,arrived here yesterday morning, short of fuel. She rau alongside of the ljaltimore Steam Packet Company's wharf, in Portsmouth, and commenced coaling, yesterday afternoon. The Quaker City bason board Captain Young and a number of the survivors of the steamship Ktpublic, which foundered in the gale 01 the 2.5 th instant, offthe coast of Georgia. The Republic was formerly known as the Tennessee, waßl27stonshurthen,an<i was built In Baltimore in 1858. During the war she was in Government employ as a transport ship. Bhe was sold in New York last April, and her name changed to the Republic. The Propeller Victor, Captaini Gates, from New York bound to New Orleans, owned by Mallory & <Jo., ot My*lc Maine, but running in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 1 November 1865

RESOLUTIONS. PASSED AT THE SKCOXD SESSION Of THE THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. m Resolution tendering the Thanks of Congress to Rear Admiral David D. Porter, and to the Officers, Petty Officers, eVamen and Marines under hit Command, for their Gallantly aud good Conduct in the recent Capture of Fort Fisher. » Restdved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Cungrreju ass.>.d>h:d, That the thanks of Congress are hereby presented to Rear Admiral David D. Porter, and to theofficers, petty officers, seamen and marines uuder his command, for the unsurpassed gallantry and skill exhibited by them iv the attacks upon Port Fisher, and the brilliant and decisive victory by which that Important work has been captured from the rebel forces and placed in the possession and under tbe authority of the United State!; and for their long aud faithful servicse and unwavering devotion to tho cause of the country In tbe midst of the greatest difficult...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 2 November 1865

PE NOKFOLK POST VUBY MORNING (Sunday's Excepted) st 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., lers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED rlbcrs by mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR uco. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE Rtsidenta in the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, desir- I ng the paper left regularly at their honses or places of bilkiness, will be served by a carrier, by leaving the name and addrees at the counting-room of the publication office. They will setlfe with the carrier weekly lor the lame. :: ITOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. REDUCTIO~N~OF FARE! One Dollar to Richmond! IK NEW FAST AND MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS THOMAS A. MORGAN, AND THOMAS COLLYER, VRRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL AND ADAMS EXPRESS FREIGHT. These Steamers will leave the aovernmolit W'hsrf, Nor- I Ik, daily, ou and after Monday, Sept 18th, at »'A o'clock, I M., for Richmond, touching nt Portsmouth, Old Point, I tv Point, and the different landings ou James River. . No expense has been S|strwl iv fitting.out these ste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 2 November 1865

ilhe Norfolk I'osi. IURBDAY, NOVEMBER 8, UK, rnminunlcatiiins relating to business matters r..n i with this paper should; be addressed to K. M B, Norfolk Bat. All communications uertaiiiiue*ti •rial matters, and all correspondence intended f„ .per shonld be addressed to John Clark, Klitor. rertisers are requested to hand in their ulvertise t before sit o'clock in Die evening, pi ivious te nation, rsineu aud newsboys desiring papers v ill please their orders at the counting room ths er> nlng pre before six o'clock. rhew > Brothers, Booksellers uud Stationers, are rised agents to sell the Norfolk Past, and ill orders Ith them will be attended to the same iv if left a 'be of publication. f. Pettergill .1 Co., are authorized Advertisin s for ths Fust in New York and Boston. ivernor Fenton has issued a Proclaon invoking the people of New c to keep Thursday, the 7th of Deber next, as a day of Thanksgiving Prayer, in accordance with the ret of the President of the Uni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 2 November 1865

©lW g|«rf»Ut io*t. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 18G5. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Theatrical.— The Evndne of Miss Jean Hosmer was a very classic unci boutlftil ptyctiof acting, though w« have seen ladies who were wont to throw moro force into Ihe statue scene. Her flue refilling anil easy anil graceful movenientattire the moat charming points in her execution. Strong in the intenser pasnioiis, ami most tender in her emotions, she still ovcrstejis not the hounds of artistic modesty. Personally, she is neither homely nor lieatilit'iil; hut she has an expressive and representative cast of countenance that artists delight to paint. With a well rounded anil finely proportioned form, a forehead neither too high nor too low, surrounded by a rich luxuriance of native hair—she is not the woist looking lady we have ever seen; hut still homely enough to depend upon her talents rsttiier than a doll-like face for her popularity and success. She was very alily supported in Evadno by Mr. CxsUjati.tr aa foianna, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Post — 2 November 1865

SBSOL UTION& PASSED AT THE SEtO\D SESSION OE THE THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS, A Resolution lenderi-.g fie Thanks of Congress to Rear Admiral liavil D Piftor* nnd to the oili.ton, Petty Offlcero, Smtueii and .-d-trines under his Crmunand. (or their paUantr) and good Ooodnct la the recent Oaaoon of FortFUher. Resolved hi/ the Sevate and House of Representatives of the United Slates of America in Omgress assembled, That lhe tbaajuol Congress are hereby presented to Rem Admiral David lb Pol tr, and to theoflicets, petty ufltoars, eeainen ami mariiH-'under his command, lor the OOSOrptwsedgallimtry ami skill exhibited by them in the attacks upon Port fisher, ami tho brilliant and decisive victory hy which that important work has been captured from flat rebel forces and placed in the posae-siun and under the authority of the United States: and for their long and faithful services ami unwavering devotion to tho clause of the country iv the midst of the greatest dull ul ties and dange...

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