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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 31 March 1865

LOCAL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA POST OFFICE, WM D Ma*3BT, Pobtmastkh. •JAILS for Washington and th*> North close it 2% P.M., and 6 P. M. MAILS from the North arrive a* S A M. nri H PM. , open from BA, M to 1 P M.. and oto6 P. M Sundays from vro 10 A. V NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.—Persons desiring to have advertisements inserted lis the Journal should liana them in before twelve o’clock to secure their insertion the same day. The Theatre. The great phiy of “Ambition” is to be presented at the Theatre this evening, with Mr. Proctor as “Ethelwold” and Miss Gray as “Catherine Howard.” This is an historical drama, in four acts, and has been presented with the greatest success both in Europe and America. “Ethelwold” is a character well suited to Mr. Proctor and his style of acting, and those who desire to enjoy a rich feast should attend the Theatre this evening. Washington Affairs.— Dear Journal : — I there was anything new in our burgh your readers should have it, but eyen ou; own paper...

Publication Title: Virginia State Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 31 March 1865

QAi.E of real estate for C 5 UNPAID TAXES. IN INSURRECTIONARY DISTRICTS- . ate of Virginia. —Notice is hereby given that the several tracts and lots of land, situate in Elizabeth City County, State of Virginia, hereinafter described, haVe become forfeited to the United States by reason of the non payment of taxes charged thereon, under the acts of Congress, entitled “An Act to provide increased revenue from imports, to pay the interest on the public debt, and for other purposes,” approved August sth, 1861, and an act, entitled “An act for the collection of direct taxes in insurrectionary districts within the United States, and for other purposes,” apfrroved June 7th, 1862, and the same will be sold at public auction, on TUESDAY.- MARCH 28, 1865, at the Court house, in the city of Norfolk, State aforesaid. Sale to commence at 11 o’clock, a. m., of said day. and will continue from day to day until said tracts and lots of land are disposed of. The following is a of said lands and lots,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 1 May 1865

VTRGI Terms —$8 a year in advance.] V; >u in. V i rt'HNIA STATU JOUIiiNAL m v ATV m kxandria news,) ■*h-sited « -Sundays excepteii, by loVviNi- *fe GILLISj Hill) Proprietors. wbo u -Vi! - " s . .ainlng l<. the office buu-i »u addressed <> .} -fi.-.c So 12 street, Alexandria, Va t tghi lioUiu’S per annum, In atlvanr* . Delivered in the city by faithful carriers at <SD cues per week . or T5 Cents per month. »c wrap; ers. ” idy for mailing he had at the desk, at five con la per copy cru ra and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates HATES OK IH SIVES? ADVKRTISL\th < >ne square, one in ertion One square, three insertions Y ®r one square, one week r rr •me square, two weeks * J* one square, one month ” One square, two month* ® [J{ One square, three months one square, six months. o ou One square, one year u ” A liberal discount made in favor ot yearly advertisers. ttAIBIH Li GAL UP A DV P R.TISIN U> I : Ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 1 May 1865

state journal I /. EXA KOI! ’A MONDAY EVENING, MAY i, 1865. W. J. COWING, ...Kdltor. The Situation in Virginia. All is quiet in the limits of our State for the first time in four years. The energies of our’energetic commanders ace now being exerted to keep things in tliis desirable way.— General Halleck, commanding Department of Virginia, has'sent the 6th corps to the neighborhood of Danville, and extra Billy Smith, the rebel Qoverner who sought to make that place a base of same revolutionary manoeuvres, has prudently decamped. The 6th corps ; will act there as conservators of the peace, , and will doubtless be recoiled (like ihefdhj corps, now near this place) when there shall be no longer need of their services in their present capacity Another corps is stationed at Petersburg, Burkeavilh , caul all aloug the line of the Southside Railroad; still another is at Richmond and vicinity, guarding all the approaches to that city and ready for ope rations in any direction, and another co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 1 May 1865

LOCAL MATTERS'. ALEXANDRIA. POS'i ;»FK>rfc. VV if , r>. HA. SF.Y, Pov-^ASTr*. HAILS for Washington and tu- Non i <i ■ • iH P.M., ami 6 P. Y MAILS from .the North arrive ar., S~ A. M . and V M. OFFICE open from BA. M r.o 1 V m. m2loo P. M. Sundays from I mi U A. At NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.— Persons ueslTlna to linve advertisements Inserted in lire Journal should lianrt them In before twelve o’clock to secure their insertion tlie same day. THE THEATER. The lover, of i lie distma will be pleased to hear that Mr Parker has scoured the services for another week of the talented and popular perform rs. Mr (t. 0. Boniface and Miss Kate Newton- At the end of the present week their engagement wi l have ex tended to a longer period than that of any other stars wh> have ever appeared here—a compliment which they no boubt duly appreciate, Tn-night they appear In the great French play of "Jean Vatican,” in which Mr. Boniface takes the oharaiter of' 4 Jean...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 1 May 1865

•STt??!K (J T I S .- ;_ i , _ . OP THE j EAGLE PETROLEUiVi COMPANY, VBNAN CO .COUN TV, 1’ EX NSYLVA XIA. chartered by the State- of Pennsylvania, under the Q.-neral Mining Law. Oapitst Stock, - - - #50,000 NUMBER OF SHARKS, 200,000. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 25 CENTS PER SHARE. -SSVBVED WOKKIXG CAPITAI„ 80,000 SHARKS UR $20,000. OfflOE uJ? TUIS COMPANY, F»*irWUn, Veil lingo county, Peon. . PKESjIIIK.NT, * I'd WM. H. EAGLE, of Lancaster county, Penn. VICE PRESIDENT. RALPH BUCKLEY, Media, Delaware county. TREASURER, • HS. H. SMITH, Frank in, Venango co.unty SECRETARY, idAROSS JENKINS, Franklin, Venangp county . DIR ECTORS, VVm. H. Eagle, E l ward V. Green . Marietta •Trenton, X. .1 ;oEn J. Rowland, Daniel Hupp, Media. • York, R. J. Sloan, Thos. G. Carroll, Franklin. Baltimore, Aid. fames J; Martin, Abra. H. Musselman, ’ Philadelphia Afarietta. John Heffron, W. 11. Trump, Detroit, Mich. Philadelphia. PROPERTY OF THE EAGLE PETROJ.EUM COMPANY CONSISTS OP TBE FOLLOWING INTERESTS: v Thirty acres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 2 May 1865

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL I'erms—sß a year in advance.] \; >L. iLi V'TKvK ... IT ' JOURNAL, !■ •■ . Al i ■ • .DRIA NEWS,) « o». .■ '■ . i-y Ev( j l : ug. (Sundays excepted, by Lowing & gillis ; !* aui is. t.> i -ud Proprlt:t oa> , * j.v - atTmAwis. piritainin h ' to the office. v -ji be addressed y Office 2 Boy a) street, Alexandria, Va *Ogr&t Dollar# per .loniun. in advnnc. .» eiedvuiiic aw u,v earners ai £0 .tts per week, or 75 Ceuta per month ir o .eocpb''= in wrappers, all ready for mailx; :u be had u . . five cents per copy Oa»r «ar an I New ; bo.y> supplied at liberal rav s U.VI'JBS bf lit oi.VESS At>V ERTiStNG* *.>ue square, ooe ip ertion. . - $1 00 One square, three Insertion? ~ .. 160 One square, one week.. 2 00 One square, two weeks, - 9 60 One square, one month- . , . ». 000 • )ae square, two months. S 00 One square, three months. 10 00 One square, il ■: months. .17 60 CGe square, o. o ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 2 May 1865

STATE JOURNAL ALEXANDRIA: TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 2,' 18U5, vv . ,1. (JOWWG,..., Editor. Union Men of the South When the armed forces of the rebellion come to be entirely scattered, and broken up, thousands of good Union men, who have been steadfast in the faith, and who have proved (heir fidelity by the heroism with which they have suffered and scorned persecution, will spring up, and, taking the place of the displaced element, give a new lease of life and vigor to'the South, To sustain such men in their efforts to undo the evil work of tire last four years, is the declared intention of the present Chief Executive officer of.the country. They have earned this consideration at the hands of the Administration, and the Presi-dent-will not disappoint them. These men know the Southern masses, and to them may be entrusted the solution of many of the questions which exercise the minds of our statesmen.- They know that the rebellion was the work of leaders, and not of the people of the South;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 2 May 1865

LOCAL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA VOS’ 'KI'M K. WM 1). MASSEY. POHTMABTHU MAL'-B for Washington- and'" cr.*- North <•! >sy m ■2# P.M., and 6 P. M. MAILS from the North arrive at H A M.. aud • ■PM. ayOEEICF, ppeu from BA. M, to 1 t’ M., »n-! • t.m 2tu6F. M. Sundays from v»to 10 A. V. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.— Persons Ueslring to have advertisements Inserted in tlie Journal should hand them in before twelve o'clock to secure their Insertion tiie same day. THE THEATER, The great moral drama of ‘“Jean Valjean” was presented with excellent effect to a large and appreciative audience at the Theatre last evening. Mr. Boniface and Miss Newton won new laurels in their rendition of the two principal characters. The appointments, scenery, &c., were excellent, and the play throughout produced in a manner which reflected credit upon all concerned. Owing to its great success the play will be repeated to-night, when we hope every one who has not yet had the pleasure of seei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 2 May 1865

P R 0 -g. P K* G T C S' of im: . EAGLE PETROLEUM COMPANY, OF v enan go oo vy r v i. xn»yi.Vama chartered by ihe S<m .. .id nn-jy Ivaniu. under live, Gi-rncr.:l M nl ,g L i\v. (J&pttsl Stuck, - - 1180,000 NUiiBER OF SilA.il >S, 200.000. UtbSCRIPTION PHICt, 2b CriilTS PEK SHARE. »S3-KV KD WOB S I.VQ OAJPI ..I 80,000 3HAR KS OR- $20,000. OFFICE OF THE COMPANY, E'raniLliU] Yeuungo tpanty, Fcnn» PRESIDENT, u'oi wad. H HAULE, of Lane tc lei - r.iUu t , PcAii' . , VICE PRg.SID NT, Ralph BUCKLEY, Media, Delaware counts . TRHASUKHR. .1 aS- H SMITH, Franklin,- Venango count > . SECRETARY, MAROSS JENKINS, Franklin, Venango n.unU . DIRECTORS, We. H. Eagle. Elward Y. Crecn, Marietta Trenton, N. J John J. Rowland. Daniel Hupp. ‘Media York, a. J. Sloan. The*. «. CarrollFranklin Baltimore, Aid. Jttjc.es J Martin. Abm. 11. Musselman, Philadelphia Marietta .; hn Keffron, W. H. Trump, Detroit, Mien. Philadelphia {PROPERTY OF THE EaOIK PETROLEUM COMPANY wsii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 3 May 1865

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL.. Terms—sß a year in advance.] YDL. ill. V AMNIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATK ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) • v r. .■ -Sundays excepted,i l.y COWING St GILLIS, I'liLOHiirn. .mil Proprietors, U ffluin 111 I' •. > .-rtjiialug to' tjie office uitist he nu.ii-essed 3-l:dc Nu i - Ooya I street, Alex anuria, V'a YCtgtit i)ollin> |tei annum. In lulvnnct. Delivered iu the city by faithful carriers at *4U eucs per week, or 75 Cents per month. -;in o iecop ,f> tj in wrappers, all ready for mailing, •e- ho had .u lUc lies! , fi> c.. ..ta per copy. . ners and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates KATES O. L6USSNRS- ADVERTISING. One square, one Insertion $1 0® One square, three insertions | 50 One square, one week... “00 One square, two weeks -^SO One square, one month. 5 00 One square, two months. ® 00 One square, three months 10 00 One square, six months 1* J 0 One square, one year , .25 00 A liberal discount made in favor of yearly advertisers. KATb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 3 May 1865

STATE JOURNAL ALEXANDRIA: WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAYS, 1865 VV. J. V OWING K dttor. Don’t Like the Situation. The rebel sympathizers in England die harder than the rebels themselves. The hightory troglodytes, who live in caves, like the Herald and the Standard, fortify themseves with the delusion that the war will now back into the impregnable mountains. The openair cockneys, like h.e .Post and the Times, have a dizzy apprehension that the war is about over, but are refreshed with the notion that “it will require all the Federal soldiers now in the South to hold the country when they have overrun it, ” and that the close pf] the war may be only “the close of t lie first stage of a political revolution, and the beginning of the real troubles of the North.” There is a class of high life, frequenters of the aristocratic clubs, who consider that the war will drift westward, and that even though Virginia; the Carolinas and Georgia should ulti-' mately join the Atlantic federation, there is a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 3 May 1865

L 0( !AL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA POS'* ?r ' (’K, WM D. MASSEY, 'POhrMjisTfc. MAILS for Washington and ini- North dos- at ■i% P.M., and 6 P. M. MAILS from the North, arrive at 8 A M . and 6 p M OF PICK open from BA. M ,u\ 1 P V.. h;i! 2too P- M. Sundays from,*- u> 10 A. M NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.—Persons desiring to liave advertisements Inserted In lire Journal sliould linnet them In before twelve o’clock to secure tlieir insertion the same day. THE THEATER. Mr. George Boniface and Miss Kate Newton, who have been playing to good houses here during the past three week's, have taken their departure, and for the remainder of the week we are to be entertain ed with several entirely new pieces by the stock company. To-night we are to have the drama of the “Crock of Gold,” and the musical farce of the • Two Gregories.” Several attractive novelties are in active prepara tion. A Military Order.—We direct the attention of Interested parties to the order issued by General Slough this morn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 3 May 1865

PROS P E C T U S 1 OF TUE EAGLE PETROLEUM COMPANY, VENA NG 0 OOUX TY. VKXXS YL V A XIA. (.bartered by the Stale of Pennsylvania, under the General Mining Law. Capital Stock, - - - $50,000 NUMBER UF SHARES, 200,00(1. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 25 CENTS PER SHARE. RRRcLRVi-D WORKING CAPITAL, 80,000 MURES UR $20,000, ■ OFFICE OF THE COMPANY, Prankliu, Venango county, Penn. PRESIDENT, Col. WM. H. EAGLE, of Lancaster county, Penn. VICE PRESIDENT, RALPH BUCKLEY, Media, Delaware county. TREASURER, JAS. H. SMITH. Franklin. Venango county. SECRETARY, MAROSS JENKINS, Franklin, Veuango county. DIRECTORS, Wm. H. -Eagle, Eiward Y. Green, Marietta Trenton, N. J. John J. Rowland, Daniel Rupp, Media. York. R. J. Sloan, ’ • Thos, G. Carroll, Franklin. Baltimore, Md. James-J. Martin, A bin. H. Musselman, Philadelphia Marietta, John Heffrdn, W. H. Trump, Detroit, Mich. Philadelphia. PROPERTY OF THE EAGLE PETROLEL’M COMPANY CONSISTS OF TUE FOLLOWING INTERESTS : l _Xhirty acres of laud in fee simple, situated ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 4 May 1865

VI Terms —$8 a year in advance.] v;>U nl v iH.il -'''' ' !■''TK JOORNAIi, ■ I- ...I,VV\I)KIA NEWS.) uhr s in- c) Kvc;ii >,g ,< Sundays excepted, i by C OWING «fc GIE LIS, s» ««»«! Proprietors, -ill mat Una pertaining to the office muse be addressed / ((.nee No. iz Royal street, Alexanuna, Va Mghc Dollars pei annum, In advaiu. »eUvered ■ ... > ■:, ' • carriers at 20 per week, or 75 Ofciil# per month ©copies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, p- had ’ ’ h r desk, at five cents per copy. •‘aivUrs and New.»bo>s supplied ai liberal rate* fiA'i-'tiiS OR' lii isINBSS ADY BRTISINQ. One square, one insertion $1 00 One square, three insertions ....... 1 60 One square, one week 2 00 One square, two weeks 3 50 One square, one month 5 00 One square, two months • • 8 00 One square, three months . .10 00 One square, six months .17 50 One square, oi e year.. . .25 00 a liberal.dls>. >unt made In favor of yearly advertiser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 4 May 1865

STATE JOURNAL ALEXANDRIA: THURSDAY EVENING, -MAY 4, 1865. VV. J. (SOWING, Keillor. How shall Treason be Punished. . It is argued by the New York Commercal ' Advertiser that, notwithstanding the true “definition of treason fixes the, guilt of that crime upon three-fourths of the population of the South,” “to prosecute for treason all who are guilty of it would almost annihalate the population of the South.” Hence the necessity for a large exercise of clemency, the difficult question being “what shall be the limits of.that clemency, and upon what principle shall the line of demarknlion be drawn, distinguishing the prosecuted minority from the amnestied majority?” Between the leaders or the led there should be a broad distinction —punishment being reserved for the leaders. But how shall they he punished ? If we turn to the constitution and enact.ment of Congress, we will find the penalty defined thus : . “The Constitution of the United States (Art, 3. Sec. 3) declares that treason agai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 4 May 1865

LOCAL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA I’O.V OEFIDK. wm D. massey, post vast*! MAILS for Washington and North i-ios- m 2* P.M ~ and 6 P. M MAILS from the North arrive in 8 A d . .ml t> »-• OFFICE open from BA. M ro 1 P M , rflm 2t06 P. M. Sundays from Hto 10 A. M NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.—Persons dealrliief *o have advertisements Inserted In the Journal should hand them in before twelve.o’clock to secure their Insertion the same day. THE THEATER A fine house rewarded the efforts of Mr. Parker's excellent stock company last evening, and the same result will doubtless attend the presentation of two other excellent pieces this evening, “Luke the Laborer,” a beautiful and highly interesting drama, and the comedy of “Toodles,” with Mr. Joseph Parker in the character - f that celebrated imbiber of strong drinks, and inveterate hater of auctions. Mr. Parker, it is said, has no equal in this character. Petition of the Colored People of Alexandria.—The following, preamble and resolutions and stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 4 May 1865

pros pe err S' OF THE EAGLE PETROLEUM COMPANY, OF VENANGO COUNTY, I'K-WSYI.VAMA, Chartered by the State • ! Pennsylvania, under the Genera) Mining Law. Capital Stock, - - - *50,000 NUMBER or SHARDS, 20i),000. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 25 CENTS PER SHARE. HKtUOKVED WORKING CAPITAL, 80,000 SHARKS OK $20,000. OFFICE OF THE COMPANY, Franklin, Venango county, Fenn. PRESIDENT, Col. WM. H. EAGLE, of Lancaster comr.y, Pcitu. VICK PRESIDENT, RALPH BUcKdEY..Media,.Delaware county. TREASURER. JAS.-H. SMITH. Franklin, Venango county. SECRETARY, MAROSS JENKINS, Franklin, Venango county. DIRECTORS, Wm. H. Eagle. Edward Y. Green, Marietta Trenton, N. J. John J. Rowland, Daniel Rupp, Media. York. R. JvSloan, Thos. G. Carroll, Franklin. Baltimore, Md. James J. Martin, A'om. H. Musselman, Philadelphia Marietta, John Heffron, W. H. Trump, Detroit, Mich. Philadelphia. PROPERTY OF THE EAGLE PETROLEUM COMPANY CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING INTERESTS; Thirty acres'of land in foe simple, situated on both sides of Smi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 5 May 1865

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms—sß a year in advance.] VOL. HI. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (I, ATE M K.XANDRIA NEWS,) • übiished c l . * . iSundays excepted,) by COWING GILLIS, f'iii.'islit'ia a fid Proprietor*, whom Hi . i n i ■. a i i taming to the office must be addressed o Hoe No. 12 Poyal street .Alexanuna, Va Eight Dollar* |»ei annum, in advaiiiie. iOelivered in the city by faithful carriers at 30 eulaper week, or 15 Cents per month, r-ii’ in wrappers, ady for mailing, - ‘,o had at the desk, at five cents per copy. a.rUrs and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates RATES UF RUSH* ESS AD VERTISING. One square, one insertion $1 00 dne square, three insertions i oo One square, one week... ou One square, two weeks “ One square, one month.. o uu Oae square, two months ° ou One square, three months 10 OU One square, six months D 00 One square, one year...... 25 0U A liberal discount made in favor of yearly adver users RATES LiIGAL OP ADVERTISING, f • iiasertifn 10 cents per line i insertions ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 5 May 1865

STATE JOURNAL - ALEXANDRIA: FRIDAY EVENING, MAYS, 1866.W. .T. COWING. tor. Postponement of the Congressional Election. Gov. Peirpoint informs, ns that he will, in the course of a day or two,, issue a proclamation advising the postponement ,of the Congressional election in this, as well as other Districts ol the State, until the counties can be reorganized, which will be done at the very earliest practical moment. Steps are already being taken to reorganize these comities, and the woik will be pushed forward with despatch. Another proclamation will also be issued by the Governor shortly for the reorganization of the various unorganized counties of the State, and asking the refugees from the State to return and participate in said reorganization. monument to Mr. Lincoln At a meeting of citizens ofthe-Unifed States, held in the city of Washington on Saturday, April 29th, 1865, an association was. organized having for its object the erection of a monument, at the National Capital, to th...

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