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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 April 1861

LOCAL NEWS. Amur At, or tub 'kvgxtii Reoimevt Tlielr Coidial Ilccrption Visit to the White House, :., etc The long-expected Seventh ltrgl ment, Irora Mew Yolk city, Col. LeQert com matidiiig, arrived litre itt tinon yesterday, and were received with the grea'cst enthusiasm. Immediately upon the fact or their arrivat be coming known, large crowdi made their way to the depot from ever; direction, nntil very toon the streets immediately surrounding the depot were almost entirely blocked up. The fact of the safe arrival of this gallant regi ment, after all the alarming reports which have j uecu cirrumieu uunug met past iwo or mree days, seemed to have imparled new life into our citizens, which ihtj manifested by their loud and prolonged cheering. The Seventh Uegiment, and tho eight hun dred Massachusetts troops under Gen. Duller, left Annapolis at 8 A. M.on Wednesday, throw ing out skirmishers on either side, and taking Wilh them their sick and baggage in n train ol cars. The track had ...

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. — 26 April 1861
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. — 27 April 1861

, Jhfifl j ft THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) On Sevemh atreet, near K, opposite the General Poit Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. To city inbaerlbera ilx aod a quarter cnti ptr -week, payable to the carrien. To mall lubicrlbera, three dollara and Bftjr c'enU'per annum, pajable la advance. , ' RATES OF ADVERTISING.!? . One square, three daye , $1.00 One equare, four days. ..... 1.26 One aqnare, (ire days .1 7. l.BO One iquare, aixdaya ; ,...,.,. ,..i "j,?") One aqnare, two weeks !..'. Sil7S One aqnare, three week 3.D& One aqnare, one month 4.00 One iquare, three ruonth'3... '..,..' 10.00 One square, six months..., 16 00 Oneaquarc, one year i3.000 Kvery other day advemiaemerita, fifty per cent, additional j once a week advertisements chkrgW as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cent a line. Church and other notices, and wants, twenty fire cents for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a sqnarr. i 3SMi(ri?al Vq...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 April 1861

a' wiMmiwu rnnnin iynjsgmwiij fw'l'i'lljg?' yiwpwo Oaf publication offic hTon Seven'tn ; tret,adJolaihglAHfasc.nVPriod:cAlDFOt, and opposite the General Post Office. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Saturday, April 27, 1881. ElirccTiTE ArrotXTMEXTj. The President has made'lie following appointments: Dudley Carles, of LoaisUua, consul at Dub lin. John H. Charles, of Iowa, Indian agent for the Upper Missouri agency. Edwin Cowles, postmaster at Cleveland, Ohio. ir" " A . - && Oar subscribers must excuse the very poor paper upon which we print this number. It is the best we can get, indeed all we can Ret, for the present. D8F Letters and dispatches .Turn Norfolk, state the arrival there on Tuesday of Georgia troops, one thousand, or more, in number. No statement of such troops having left Georgia has attracted our attention. If they have ar rived at Norfolk, the secrtt of their movement was well kept. 'Three families came in yesterday from Maryland, on the Rockville road, who were not allow...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 April 1861

t n n A'T. VT?Wfi JL4 y J XjL JLi XI Jui T T r SB IIMUMI. Abitjil nr Tiioors. About half p&sUetre o'clock veMerdaj tho train In which the Wash ington LlghtiOuari), Captnln S. A. H. Murks, vent to the Junction, Returned, bringing.,wilri them Gon. B. F..Butler's MasaathutctU brig ade, comprising the filth and eighth regiments, and abortion of ObverAor Bprsguo's Rhode Island regiment. Th fifth Musailiusetls rtg iment.rturalicrs ten companies from thecitf of Buston and vicinity, with about-.nino hundred and twenty five' men', and U .commanded, by Colonet Lawrence, Lieut. Colonel (ireen, and Major Keys. ' Tha foUowlng'are the officer) of the eighth rcvjrlmsnUij! Colonel Timothy Soore. r , Lieutenant Colonel Ed. W. Hindis. Major Andrew EllwtlJ. ' Adjutant Geo., W. Creiiey. Paymaster R. G.Ueher. Quartermaster A. A. IngalU. Burgeon Bowman Breed. Assistant Botgeon W, VY. Tapley. Commutes Salem. Caot. Derereaux i Mar- blehead, three companies, Captains Martin, Phillips, and BWardmanj Lrnn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 April 1861

Proposals ftr Ooal and Wood. Orr ice ScCRCTAnv or the Skmatk V. S. April IS, 1801. b HALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office till 12 o'clock on Monday, the Ctli May nut, for furnishing, for tbo use of the Senate, fire hundred torn best whiteash furnace Coal, (small steamboat size,) and seyentyflve cotdi best dry spruce pine Wood. Tbe'whole to be packed away In tho vaults of tho Caplul, In the places which will be shown on application to the En gineer in the service of the Senate ; and to be delivered by the 30th of June. next. Bonds for the faithful execution of tho contract.wlll be re quired. r Bids for the coal and wooiwlll be considered separately, and sstlsfactory arrangements must be made for the correct measurement of both. ASBURV DICKINS, apr 19 tClhM Secretary of the Senate. OTE IARQEST COACH FACTORY TX WASIIIXOTOX. SIXTY CARRIAGES NOW ON HAND, xo FOR SALE. rpilOSE In want of a Buggy, Rockanay, or 4- Carriage of any description, should not fail to-call and examine mj...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 April 1861
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 April 1861

NATIONAL 11EPUBLICAN. Monday, April 29, 1861. OFFICIAL. Hy the Piesideni of the United Stales of America. A PROCLAMATION. Whereas, far the reasons assigned in my proclamation of the 19th lustaut, n blockado of the port of the States of South Carolina, Qe6rgia, Florida) Alabama, Louisiana, Missis sippi and Texas, was ordered to be estab lished! ' And whereas, since that date, public property of the United States has been seized, the col lection of the revenue obstructed, and duly commissioned officers of the United States, while engaged in executing the orders of their superiors', have been arrested and held in cus tody as prisoners, or hayo been impeded in the discharge of their official duties, without due legal process, by persons claiming to act under authorities of the, Statoa of Virginia and North Carolina, an. efficient blockade of the ports of those States will also bo established. In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto set my hand, and caused tho seal of the Unite-d States to b...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 April 1861

V p i; "LOCAL NEWS. MORE ARRIVALS OF MILITARY. ARRIVAL OP THE NKW YORK SEVnXTY-FIRHT, ANP MORE MASSACIIUSKTT)! SOLDIKIlfl. The Now York seventy-first regiment, ac companied hy five more companies of Massa chusetts soldiers, arrived here about six o'clock on Saturday morning, having marched all the way from Annapolis to the Junction, and taken the cars there for this city. The seventy first numbers 1,140 men, and is officered as follows : Staff. Colonel, A. S. Vosburgh ; Licntcnunt Colonel, II. P. Martin ; Major, 0. A. Bucking ham; Acting Engineer, E. A. Quintard ; Ad jutant, A. If. Pride ; Quartermaster, William Burrows. ' Each company numbers 100 men, and is officered as follows : Company A Lieut. David D. Hart commanding: 2d Lieut., W. F. Tomp kins. Company B U. F.Trafford; 1st Lir-nt., J. R. Klots j 2d Lieut., J. Orr. Company C W. J. Coles i 1st Lieut, S. H. Maynard ; 2d Lieut., II. J. Rich. Company D D. M. Mes- hutt; 1st Lieut., fctow; 2d Lieut., D. H. Denyse. Company E Lieut. E...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 April 1861
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 April 1861
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 April 1861

PRICE ONE CENT. Publication Offlc, corner of Indiana avrnuo And Second street. Depot for sale of paper, on Seventh street, opposite the General Post Office. PUBLISHED BY L. CLEPIIANE k CO. OEORQE M. WKSTOX, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, April 30, 1861. Forty Thousand Volunteers, Twentt five Thousand Reoulars, and Eighteen Thousand Seamen. The President yesterday morning directed the enrolment at forty thou sand volunteers for three years service, nnd tho enrolment of twentyficc thousand regular troops for five years. He has also directed tho enrolment of eighteen thousand sailors for the navy for five years. It is abundantly evident that the President means to maintain and defend the Union dnring the whole term of his oflico, and that if the Union is to he given up, it is to bo by some body else, than him. The Force at Richmond. The Enquirer of Saturday morning publishes " a full list nf the Virginia volunteer forces, not enumerating those belonging to Richmond, at present i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 April 1861

a f LOCAL NEWS. Arrival or Volunteers. The reinforce menta of the Rhode Island regiment, in the steamer Bienville, arrived otf the Arsenal on 8unday, and disembarked yesterday morning. The portion of thin regiment quartered in the raiem unice yesterday morning, headed by their 6ne band, proceeded to the arsenal, and eacorted them to their nuarters. As ther marched up the avenue, they presented one of me grandest military spectacles we nave ever beheld. The regiment now numbers about twelve hundred meu, and are just the kind of men for service. The officers accompanying the de tachment are, Lieutenant Colonel 5. 8. Pitt man, Major Baicb, Quartermaster Dyer, Com missary Bowers, Paymaster Siison, Chaplain Queene, Surgeon Carr, and Lieutenants Top litf, Low, Warner, Hidden, McKnight, atone, Tower, and Allen. Miss Maria F. Strahan, the daughter of the regigment, and three laun dresses, appeared in the line in uniform, and marching with their knapsacks on their backs. Their baggage-wagons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 April 1861
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 May 1861
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 May 1861

yw P U. ffll 4 PRICE ONE CENT. Puhlluitlon Ortco, roror of Indian avcnu Mid ?lh,1 ttrctt lvjmt fir into of papors un f ovcuth street, opp- U. ih Gcoral Toil OtVo. PUBLI3HED BY L. CLRPHANK A: CO. OEOItUE M. WFSTOS, Editor. mtionalIiepublican. Wednesday, May 1, 1801. Exicctivl Appointments The President yes terday made the following appointments: Jamea M. Chamber., navy agent nt Philadel phia. Richard Cheney, navy agent at San Francisco, California. Henry W. Depuy, agent for the Pawrrce In dians, Nebraska. Hark Delabay, surveyor general for the district of Kansas. Joab Houghton, register of the land olUcc, Santa" Fe, N. M. John Ward, Hanion Luna, and Joie Antonio Manslnares, lndlhti agents, X. M. 0. II. Irish, Indian agent, Omaha agency. TUB UNION'. The Idea of permitting a separation of the Onlf region, under any conceivable circumstan ces, n til not bear examination. It has heretofore been Indulged in by many careless persons, as offering an escape lim troubles, bat reflection will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 May 1861

LOCAL NEWS. Nonet. Persons residing in the seventh Iward will hereafter pay their imbscriptlotn to IK James . Given, who in our authorized gent Tor that word. t"0ur Georgetown subscribers will hereaf- jtr te served regularly with the paper, by Z. Bant, who It oar authorized went, and to him all subscription! will hereafter be paid. pp iiimi'pnii'1'n n e ReDEMFTIOX 0 ClTT PaOftllTT SOLD rO Tins To-mor ow will be the last day on which property sold two tours ago can be redeemed We have thought It might he ot advantage to tomi of our ci'.Uius to remind thim of this Visit to iu Military Ysterday afternoon tbe President, accompanied by Mr St-ward, vl fnin ia' iaiw.iiii'iii DEPARTMENTAL. RxxovtD. J. M. Jewell, of Mlti , a second dasj cleric In thi Bureau ol Topographical En- ,KlneeM: W B Uiles, ol U l. , ui,rl el i clerk , In the Ordnauee Bateau; Audrey, Iliiltoain, of D O , n ihtrit-rlii clerk In the Surceon Gen eral's Ollice ; J. SI Darnell, of Md., a tblrd-cWs, and Gcii go M. Cook", of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 May 1861
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 May 1861
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 May 1861

m riwSB'i.Higiij!B - ' r'iw,,, . , ropcamMiwt.' . . :mQ - ijhimt , i"TyT'. ' wpMTeBWiepefMiojFiew,i "1 tRICE ONE CENT. rabUcatlon Office, corner of Indiana a cnne and tVcrou rtrecl liepot for aate of papers on PcvrnUi street, oiaioalte I lb General rest Ofllre. PUBM3HED BY L. CLEl'HANE A CO. CEOItllE M. WI.STOX, Editor NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Thursday, May 2, 1861. Executive Afiointxesis. The President yes terday made the following appointments : Jamea Harlan, United States attorney for the dlltrlct of Kentucky. Alexander II. Sneod, marshal for the same district. D. H. Carr, marshal for the district of Con necticut. Hiram Wiley, attornoy (or the same district. Albert Sanford, marshal for the district of Rhode Island. Levi J. Kelthley, marshal for the district of New Mexico. Sydney H. Habbell, associate. Justice for tho Territory of New Mexico. tSf The Richmond Convention has ordered the creation of a navy for Virginia, to consist of 2,000 seamen and marines. It has also pro vided, that...

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