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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 April 1866

y, T"-.Vfc4i THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAIlA KATIS Or ADTKBTISinO. -. On eqoere, three 4ere , ....',.. .13 00 Oae iqiin, Ut 471, ... Oae sqaare, It days.. Oaoeqiare, elxijaya ........ i M Krery ether day edverUeemeaU,0O pr eeit. addi tional, Twlee t week adverMeeawaU, fd per Mil, ad dltloetl . Editorial BetltM iT eeats per llae.rish lasertloa. Local nollees U Mate Mf )), Mh Ieen1 AdvertiMiteate nnUfiiiditUi beedsef Weals, for ate. For Kiit, Lot aadreead, one lasertloa, (en Mat par Hi j rabeeqaeat laeertioae half price. Six llaee or Uh eoeitMete ft eqi" AdverMeemeets sheald be headed U before nil O'clock p IB. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. TOB JUTIOWAL niFUBLICAM fa pabllaW rwy normlaff (SaatUja xeptti) fcj W. J. eVnTloi CoSt. Ill Hulk trtt,ai4 U fand.U to aabribTf (by Mirlara) tl It eU par mallu Mall aabtsultrtrs, M.CO pt aaam H far alx noatha ) kid 1 00 for thr no&tka, invariably in ad aa. FIT Mplaa oa jaf, 4SS, 00. Bltl aoplaa, 0 otalo. TUB WlIttTlfAnOir.lL ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 April 1866

THE NATIONAL KEPTTBLICAN, THURSDAY MOBNING; APHIL 19, 1SC6. Utotfomtf grjmMiran. AVnlilnuton city. T. C. W. J. MURTAOU k CO,rUBUSHKR8. S. T. IIANSCOM. CTITOK. THURSDAY MORNINQ ! .ATRILH, 188ft. THE MIESIDE.NT'S Hl'EECII. The peoplo of this country will read the spetch of Tni Pmcsidmt, addressed to the soldicn and gallon last c teeing,, and there la no necessity to comment upon it a( this time. Jt is another terrible broadside into the radical camp. Its telling fire sweeps into their weak defences and levels them to the earth, lie visits upon the tradnceri and slanderers who have been howling upon hi track the seTerlty of lib inTcctlvo and the indifference of his contempt. Standing up In the majestic attitude as a tribune of a great people, panoplied with their power, confident of their support, and defending their 'rights, he hurls his rcbutea upon his opponents as fearlessly as he advo cates the immortal principles for which his long career of public service has been con spicuous a...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 April 1866

THE ftlTltfNAL IjEHGANT TmJKSDAY MORNING. APBIL 19. 1866. ii"""i"""""""ii""" (, l kj t . ft a. a gyatiowni juiminumt. CONGRESSIONAL REPORTS. XXXtXTIl CONGnKSS-FlItST IBIIION Washmqto, Arm. 18, 1861 BENATB. ' TBI CATTll rLAOUI. Tht Cht If laid before tbo Senate a commantoft tloa from tho Chief of tho Bureau of AgrtoaKnrt, Id response to tbo resolution of tho Statu eaneorn. In tho rinderpest or cattle pi "jut. Laid oa tht Ublt and ordtrtd to bo printed. WAtBlIOTOa CAXAL TAX, ITO. Mr.RIddltlntrodaotd s bill to authorise a special tat for tht Improvement of tht Washington tanal. Referred to tht Commit Ut for tht District of Co Iambi a. Alio, a bill to authorise tht Corporation of Wash ington to regulate tht width and Improve) tht avt noes of that city. Ileferrad to tht Commltttt for tht DUtrlct or Colombia. officii. fat ard 8 hit it ArrontTicMTi Mr.WUson prtitottd itTtral p.'tfons from Army officers asking an loortato of pay whloh wire) ro isrred to tba committee on unitary Allaire. Mr....

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 April 1866

r THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY MQBfflNG, rAPPH 10. 18GGV v ! ijfntitmnVQiynMUiim. IIIUBSDAT MOUSING I :i.l.llAl'BIL W, 1888. Till mtfolkmt pteo. of poetry It from tb. JI.T, W, II. Plait, tht rtotor of Cellar Caareb. U this titJ-.LilotUt Journal. TUB TtAIDa OP DEATH. . Ob hU pbaatom stttd, with patilon't epooJ, Death awetpt en Mf elroafts wld1., Throotb. tTtry toot ht ridel alone Willi Drtai at Ml weird brld. Float ud lalak On tha brisk Of tbi lid Dim and wldt In lb .loom Of tbj doom Puling tbo.. With noctlnz glee, o'.r trer. m, lit fathtri hli tracking itormt And he hunts down llfo in tu grasping itrlft, In .aery breathing form TTIib his muffled foot bit oonntr flttt O'trttatl OMh filng man. And lommonf him baok In artry crowd To tramp In bla eararaa. rondorlBlgh! Fach mnjt ale, Vtngofnl doath In ateh brtath Cooqnora Llfo. To tht laaghtng ehlld anUht toragt wild, 70 tnt maiden in myiuo ligni To tbt rojlMi mind. In minion kiod To hop with 1U beaming, bright To tbt prond and groa...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 April 1866

x-'VjC ;m MAWm. JtETOiCAtf, ' ? I'IsJ'I THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN A xiEtil wvww ytwf . ' ijr j A rUDUBIIBD ' DAILY. dliuTei "MTMVrUMrifse. HUM- i!.! ', Uft .- irti. Jdvortleoeioate? ! " (.eerttea. ale, For w rtnOettt. of Waate.Ior peraeeientf "i,?aelaeerUoelli aiu dveru he.eaeUtale ft oeaer.. 'HMt"i ek.el be keeled U before ilu r I rnbroBAiB. irarJam 'X-B f"BBlnrk a .. m PUBLISHED DAILY. TBI kUTIOaUL leTtTBLICH lo .aollohed every aaerelar (laadaya exeerte.) by W. 1. afoarao. Co., STe. (It laik etroet.'aae' la raralaket to flabcerlbors (by oarrlore) al TSeoata per aaoala. Kail sabeorlbera, M-00 'per eaaaaa KOO for ant saoatks aad 93. 00 for three aeeatke, 1 aeartaofy tie o4 eaaoo. Wre Mplo. eaa jeer, f3& CO. Male eoploe, 41 oeale, tin WMKiTiuTioirit urviitoiti U rahUekei every TrUey Baeralag f One eof y eaa rear, Hooi Three eeftee .ae year, $&,00; Tea eeytoo oa year, SUOO. VQL.VI. WASHINGTON CITY, D. C; FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 20, 1800. NO. 122. FFIOH OP THE CANAL BOAPJ). ?Ir"i!r...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 April 1866

1L hu. ) ,w,:mt, :r-t. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1866. gjatiimiil, lupitbtan. .V.J. ICDBTAOII A CO, PODLlSUERa a T. HANSCOM. EDITOR. IK1DAT HORN1NO : ! APRIL S, 18 TIIKCELKIIHATIOX OF THE COL- ORKD PEOPLE. The colored people yesterday celebrated the anniversary of the abolition of slavery tn tho District of Columbia, having postponed the demonstration from last Monday on ac count of the weather. The day was one of unusual loveliness, and the population spe cially Interested tn tho event honored the day of their liberation by making it one of general rejoicing. The utmost decorum pre Tailed, and the procession, made np princi pally of military, Masonic, Odd Fellow, and other associations, was very creditable In its appearance, and rcceh ed from all sides praise and respect. Fcnnsjlvaum avenue was crowded with an outpouring of the freed race; bat no disrespect or insult was offered to our Colored alliens. Indeed, their behavior was such as to command universal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 April 1866

-. IU THE .ATTrQyAL.tBEPTOBIIOANEPIDAY ,MOBJTCflCr, .APRIL ,20. 18G(J. Utotfstt! QtyMUim! LOCAL AFKAIR8. a EWAKOIPATION, FirTKES TIIOU1AKD COLOttKD PXO ri.H OBUBBOATUia THE1A rnuDOH. fiPEEt'H OF THE PRESIDENT. Ike celebration of Ike third aoDlrenarr ol the MiuolpaUon Mt for this Distrlel, whlob. wu to bar taken place on Monday last, bat postpone on aeeoaat or ,ho weather, took pleoe yesterday, and wm on occasion which will 1ob( be remembered noPf tbo fmdmon of thla ZHitrUt. At an early hoar crowds began to aasemble abool Franklin tjqaoro. Tbo lUod oreetodln tbo south portion of tho square wu handsomely decorated with flags and mottnei. On tho railing In front wai tbo fol lowing lDMriptton: TUoweUlMni of tho Sonata and Honsa of B'jpreintfctlTti: Tho aot ontltlod 'An aot for the rtleaio of certain persona bold to service or labor la tho Dlitriot of Columbia,' baa tbli day boon ap prorod and signed. "April IClh, 1801. A. Liioolv." At tho top of tho atand wtro tho wordi : 'Lincoln, the ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 April 1866

PI . ! Bit 'i i t i : ptictt.il gqmMinra.' TRIDAY MORNING: ::::::::APRIL 10, IMS, (oppicial. UWS OF THE UNITED STATES. mh4 at the nrel Iwm of Ik. Thirty V.MBTO.a. PrBtio No. 33. Ax Act to reirobnrtc (he State of Missouri for moneys cipendcJ for the United States in enrolling, equipping, and proTlsloning militia force! to aid in suppressing the re bellion. Be it marled by tht Senate and ITouk of j(2rcacitfxi tun vriiceu oiaies or yimcr. tea in Congreu assembled, That imme diately after the passago of this act the Pres ident sWl by imd ".tli the adrico and con eent of tho Senate, appoint three commis sioners, whose duty It (ball be to ascertain tbe. amount of moneys expendctlby the State of Missouri In enrolling, equipping, subsist ing, and paying such State forces as haYQ been called into service in said State since the twenty-fourth day of August, eighteen hundred andsixty-ono, to act In concert with the United States forces In the suppression of rebellion against tho United States....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 April 1866

T r-. 7 THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN i i m - PUBLISHED DAILY. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN BATM Or ADTBKTIIIIia, Oit qi4,lkrt4 4kri. Oisqftrt, fovr 4yi Oit qiar(lT4ftja . ... nu .. -sw ......... too ......... 1 M Ub Mian, ilzltTt, Kftrr other dir KlTtrtlMniU.iK) tmihiit utimuniiu. mi m 11Q HI. , TwUt a tk fciirtlmu, H jr MiLftl WlWrlU aUM mrU rtr lU,Mk liMrtUa. Local iUm 13 Mil H - laurUoa. idTtrtiPtmt.ti tomiUr ai4ft .--) of WtiU,Tr !, For Kit,Lort 4 -., tM liHrUoi,(M Mitt Mr lliiikttiuil liMrtUtt half prtM. Six Kim tff 1m Hiillut a M.aar. ATrtiMBMt4 ikiU kaadti la MfoM at a a'tlMfc a a. x noroHALs. OFFICE OP THE CANAL BOARD, APBIL IT, ISM. rroMiaU 1H t mil4 at ft Haror'a Oflea, Cltr tail&al,rorxeftTatlaf twcalf Ixihaaiaad (M,000)abl Tarda, nor r lata, e( dapotlu fram th waatlatUa CUt Caaal, mIwmb Tlbar CrMk aad iha Kalra Braaefa, tha tabtUac to ramoiad to ba ptatad whtr ? Iha Board mar dlract. Far faribtr taformatloa. apatT at Iha hfaror'l Offlta, MIClURD WALLiCU, MiT.r, BAHDOLPH COILS....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 April 1866

IUUIUJ, imi THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 18G6. 1 1! .!.. r (jV IJ u gjtotiounl UiiMif,m S" 'Wnalilniiton City, I. C vr. j. MDKTAOir & co, rpnusiiEits. S. P. HANSCOXf, EDITOIl. SATURDAY MORNINQj::,i::APRtL 11, 18M, AMERICAN CHARACTER. The Knropcan opinion of the Americans as a people has never been very flattering or well defined. Onr countrymen hare more often been the Subject of coarse caricature than friendly comment. Foreign tourists hare proverbially made us the object of their attempted satire; and ridicule has exhausted its resources from the feeble gonip of Troi Lone to the brilliant conceptions of Dickkm at our expense. Tho ideal American in England Is tho result of cockney ignorance, and the lank-limbed, sharp-risaged Jonathan that figures in tho cartoons of Punch, We could afford to laugh at the insular or conti nental misconception of us, as we were gct ting on Tcry well, and had rattier confirmed Jalcas of our own Importance, and did not dis c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 April 1866

THE NATIONAL KEPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 21, I860. gjtoito'unl g(iutrlicti LOCAL AFFAIRS, Tub EionT-IIotfft Motxkckt AVorkiko Kia's Mais Miatiia. tst eveolLf a large and en t basins tie taettDf"iiadr tbt tospleei of thf TPorklngmen'i Convention, wu he!4 at Island Hill, corner of Sixth street and Virginia avenue. Tho Journeymen bookbinder! association, Bomber log aboat seventy-fire men, marshaled by Captain J, II. Dabant, with Wegoer'i bend) tbo typograph ical society, nambcriog about "lily, J. 0. 0 Whaley, marshal tbo granite euttere association, numbering about fifty, and tbo Journeymen boon carpenters, marched to tbo ball boating transpa rencies: with appropriate mottoes. Tho moottng wag celled to ordor by Mr. Wn II. Mo Lean, president of the convention, who stated tho object of tbo meeting to b for tho purpose of discussing the question and keeping If before tho pooplo. Tbo flnt speaker Introduced wu Hon, Sidney Clarke, of Kansas, who laid ho ipoko with much pUuoro, beoan...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. S ATURJDAY tMORNING. : APJHL 21.1866. i ft gjntiounl tynMu.ui. SATURDAY MORSIKQ .. ' APRIL , 1800 Mr pMtmdy't fBBlflcDC Autoftraph letter from tho Un to tl Ures,t .Danker From th London Timet, April 1 The following graceful letter las been written by th Qneen to Mr. Peabody: Wivmob Curt a, starch SI, 1866, The Queen hears that Mr. Peabody Intends shortly to return to America, and the would be sorry that he should leavt Kn gland with out bting assured by herself how deeply she appreciates the noble act of more than princely munificence by which he has sought to reliere the wants of the poorer class of her subjects residing in London. It Is an act, as the Queen believes, wholly without parallel, and will carry its best re ward in toe consciousness of having contrib uted so largely to the assistance of those who can little help themselres. The Queen would not, however, have been satisfied without giving Mr. Pcabtfdy some public mark of her sense of his munifice...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 April 1866

sul-uH iff i Mill I I I .j U r" TUE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN H1T18 OF ADTMTIHMO. Oi tqntrfftfcrMtftri .tt 00 OiiiqiiN, four 4tn .....! IN OiiqauttlTtdiTit ' I 0iatr, nut S lTr thr dr MfwtlMMatttfflO vir'Mit. till UoiaVL, Twl ft WMk UftrtlMDIMU, 7 MT Mlt, U. rfUtottl. EtaltAtlavl maMm IK Mat aa It, fttuli lnartlan. .MMM BOU0M U MIU Mff 111 I ). ldrrUnitit tonlif idof U ktadtot Wat tt, Tor ! rorBit,LoladaBdtelartIot(ii totl Jr 1U t nkiMMl it iBMrilou half prle. rass UtUNMimti IIIUIUI 11(11. urmtoMMMrti fcoild fe fcud4d.4ft.4for4 aUi .,' ,f -,- j .a F gtotifltorgtyttMiaw. MONDAY MORHINQ:! !::::::A1'BIL 13, 18M. TO THE TEOI'LU OP TENNES8EE. As citizens of a common Union, nd inter ested parties In all questions affecting 'tho peaceful rcsnmptlon of all constitutional re flations between yorTr Stato and. the General (i Government, we In' Friendship address yon, and Invito your.aUcntlon to tho calm consid eration of tho till,hlch has passed the House of Representatives, and Is now before the Se...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 April 1866

mnrmrmw THE NATIONAL KEPUBLICAN7 MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 29,-1866. -e i 1 I . t i 1 t ! i i' v h i Bntlowiti UiiMr.m & TViwhlnirton City. I. O. W. J. MgBTAQH A CO., rUUUSHEKS. S. P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. MONDAY MORSINO::. ::::APSIIi IS, IBM. THE JOIINNOX U.MO.V .MEETING IN COXX ECTICUT. We give In another column an account of a Union meeting lately ncld at ilaruord, Con necticut, (April 17th,) with Its organization, lta resolution,, and it, address to the people. It wu composed of men of sterling character, of great local influence', of unquestioned loy alty, who for years have acted with the politi cal organization known as the Union party. To any ouo familiar with the politics of that State, tho significance and importance of this meeting will be at once apparent. It was participated in by men who hare built up the Union party; who furnished It with their means; who led public sentiment in its fa Tor; who generously aided in tho support of tho war; and who do not intend to have that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 April 1866

THE NATIONAL, JMEPtJBLIOAN, MONDAY MOIWING.. APBIL 23. 1866. MioiM gjiimfttoti. official. Divaitmitt or Statu, I WAiniOTOir, April II, lMfl. Information has been recelred at this De partment from Mr. Wilms T. Uakqum, the Consul pf the United States at Nagasaki, Japan, of the death, on the 29th of May, 1865, at Nagasaki, of 'Mariano Debosantes, a seaman belonging to the ship "Oatalpa." Information has also been received from the same source, of the death, by cholera, on the 9th of October, 1865, at the same place, of A. Anderson, a seaman of thoship "J.'W. Hearer." DtNttlllfW SfATi. ) WASHtlOTO. April SI. IMS. t Information has been received at this De partment from Mr. 11. 0. 0. Chase, tho Vice Commercial Agent of the United States at Amoor river, of tho death, by drowning, on tho 28th of Juno, 1864, at sea, of Adolth Spero, a seaman belonging to tho barque "J. W Bearer." The legal representatives of tho deceased can obtain further Informa tion by addressing this Department. LOCAL A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 April 1866

I! y , t I V ;v'i 1 i 1 r fit ntiomil gfjiuMicnn. MOMDAT MOIININO APRIL II, 18M. onimi ) LAWS OF THEUNITED STATES. Puaed t th. Fltt . .flh Thirty. 1,1-taCoMCraaa. fPCBLtC No. 30 Ax Act to authorizo the ssle of marine hos pitals ami of rcvcnuo cutters. He it enacted by the Senate and Haute of Jlcprttentatt vei 0 m cniccaoitueto Amer ica in Congrat atumUcd, That the Secre tary of tho Treasury bo, and he la hereby, authorized to lease, or to tell at public ruc tion, to inc Digncsi arm dcsi uiuucr, lor casn, after due notice in tho rmblie nemnaners. such marine hospital buildings and lands ap pertaining inereio aa no may deem aurisabie, and he is hereby empowered to make, exe cute, and delirer all needful conrcjonces to the lessees or purchasers thereof respectively; and tho proceeds of snid leases and sales are hereby appropriated for tho manuo hospital establishment: Provided. That tho IiosdiUIs at Cleveland, Ohio, and Portland, Maine, (hall not be sold or leased, nor shall any hos pi...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 April 1866

4 lIli ,X)f M t r W L.4 THE' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN , i PTOUfllTEb DAILY. -: i PPBUSngP DAILY, r XtM OF iDTlilO. i vaaaa.aaia,tbr.aar 4 MM ----, 'wur '; i so '" ' "' o ZWE NATIONAL -llEFUBLIOAN i Mimwi rimr . -,- , mt , . TBI lATIOIAl SITOBUOAJ ," Ii awlUsbed every moralif (laadeye neeptel! by W. J.Ktfltiea k Co., STe, 111 Slllh otreet,eaa le taraleao to eabeerlbere (by carriers) at TJ Mate yn Heath, Mall sibeertken, SI CO per aiau,H) far eta uelhei aal 1 00 for Una taoalhe, asrfVit!t 4 awee. five oo1ei aao roar, 030.09. Slile eeplee, I aeate. TBI VritKLTBATIOVAt, MTinllCIS ll pahlUhee every rriiay'seoralagf oae eofy ale year, tlOO Tkree eoalae aao yeas, 8.00 Tea oopleo can year,18.0O. i 'i 7r"' Y.nw.BS.aia, ? as Mil V."t WMMTM1UU,hp.f atalaa. M ltal aatloaa U wall yM llaa,aa.k.laitloa. 'TMalioUMasI Mala llaa, talk laasrtlaa. . """tiH HililiMalM allot Wuli, Tot "all. lperBiltLtlaa4oial.aalaMrtla.(m aaau IX llala r Ihi aeaatllatl ft aiaara. , illl?SZ""U "" k"!H ' '" ' .ii y.M.1 "ijfWi1 ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 April 1866

THE NATIONlt REPtTBtfCAN. TUESDAY MORNING APRIL 24, 1866 LO. F I 1 1 t3t m i i Li Vt 6 j? fe. ) V !)t !l 3 It I Kl it ff 'Waht!gton City P. O "W. J. MSfBTAGU 3c CO.. rUDLISHEUa a P. HAXSCOM, EDITOB. TUESDAY MORNING APRIL 24, 1868. Tnn ArrOKTIOXMEKT OF na TIOXAIi CtltUl.ISCY, The following important letter from the Secretary of the Treasury to the Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, on the apportionment of national currency, was presented to tho Senate yesterday, and or dered to be printed: 6i Tour not of tht 10th Instant, transmitting Senate bill 154 and 250, and asking for certain statistical Information retallve to tht apportion ment of national currency, wae duly received. In aeoordenct with your request, I hind you herewith tabular atattment showing tht apportionment inado m directed, alio a Hit of baaki, classified bj States, vraleh would be affected bj tht passage of ib toatt bin :m Senate bill 230 propose! to furnish elrealatlon to those States and Territories which art...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 April 1866

THE NATIONAL BEPXTBLICAN. TUESDAY MORNING. APBIL 24. 1866. national jUpftUati. official. SifiirviiT or Statu, I Waiiuvtoi, April li I Information baa been rcccircd at this De partment from Mr. Wilms P. Maxoum, the Consul of the United States at Nagasaki, Japan, of the death, on the 29 th of May, 1865, at Nagasaki, of Mariano Debosaktes, a seaman belonging to the ship "Oatalpa." Information has alio been rcccircd from the same source, of the death, by cholera, on the 9th of October, 1865, at tho same place, of A. Anderson, a seaman of tho ship "J. W. Hearer." DlFitTHIVTOP IflTI. 1 Wairisotov, April SI. ISou. ( Information has been received at this De partment from Mr. IT. (1. O. Ohaie. tho Yico Commercial Agent of the United BUtcs at Amoor river, of the death, by drowning, on tho 28th of Jane, 1864, at sea, of Adoltii Sri bo, a seaman belonging to the barque "J. W. Searex." Tho legal representatives of tho deceased can obtain further Informa tion by addressing this Department LOCAL A...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 24 April 1866

3aBHSBiiiJiffl!U&MjJJ CoatlaMa from first Th 1 tloni otlho so-called confederacy and of the BUtelgoreramcnts? The function! of thy conjcfleracy, with tho confederation itself, were utterly oycrthrown It was a complete collapse. Under the Constitution It ncrcr tad any ralidity. It wu alwajs null and Yoid anillegafit)! more, sir, a crime. It rested not upon lu right, but upon its sword. When that was taken it vanished And all that remains to the great conspirators are tho disappointed hopes and hideous dreams, unrealized, of madness, folly and ambition. Bat what effect did the rebellion hare during its ciistcnco upon the forma of gov ernment, upon tho persons exercising the functions of government, and upon the laws themselves existing before the rebellion in theso States t I answer, generally, the re bellion from the beginning was an attempt at revolution, to dissolve the allegiance of those States and their people to the Consti tution of the United States, and to transftr that a...

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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