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

Ijg.JiMUCJ.miLLiiiiii Wft i inwwmnwrj1iin'i'-.f iffWWtlKM HMJsstUiSsa t LOCAL NEWS -fa MajAU fab iur Llovements of the Military. ahkival or inc. fibst new jkbskv hriuauk. The three regiments composing tho First Brigade New Jersey volunteers armed hereon Saturday last the flrit regiment, 1,015 men, at four o'clock A. M.,the second, 1,040 men, at one o'clock P. M., and the third, 1,000 men, at five P. M. These regiments aro uniformed very similar to the U. S. regulars, are well drilled, and thoroughly equipped. The regi ments are officered as follow t Firtt Rtglmtnt. Col. W. B. Montgomery, Lieutenant Colonel ',R. McAlitter, Major Hat field, Adjutant Henry, jr., Quartermaster Reed, Surgeon Taylor, Assistant Surgeon Gordon, Chaplain Yart, Sergeant Major Warner, Quar termaster Sergeant Painter, Commissary Ser geant BIythe. Captains Brown, Van Sickle, Burney, Mart!leu,Pelouze, Forrest, Way, Baker, Mount, and Consmiller. SCond Segment. Co. George W. MeLane, Lieutenant Colonel J. M. Tucker,...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 July 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tnblic Acti Passed at the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Cbaf LXVIU An Aft to provM tar Ihe Vy ment nf out htADdiflC Treasury Notes, to aathorlro A Lain, to reftnUt ami fix lb Dullr on Import, and for other Ptirpi ei. ffONTlNllEn. Sec. 13. And be it further enacted, That from and after tho Jay and year aforesaid, there shall he levied, collected, and paid, on the importation of the articles hereinafter men tioned, the following duties, that in to sny: First : On Wilton. Saxony nnd Anbnsson. Axminster patent velvet, Tournay velvet, and tapentry velvet carpets nnd carpeting, Brussels pnrnptA wrnurht bv thn.Tftcnnard machine, find all medallion or whole carpets, valued at one dollar nndtwenty-fivp cent-s or nnder per square yard, forty cents per square yard ; valued at over one dollar nnd twenty-five cents per square yard, fifty cents per square yard s Pro vided, That no carpet or rnga of tho above de scription shall pay a duty less than twenty-five p...

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

.cSsrassw; ""r'utratasc tiwr,!wiwri to.U-eU-i,. THF. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN c IS PUBLI8HED K V E-R Y MORNING, (flUNPATS EZORrTKD,) On i-Yntb street, near K, opposite llin General Post Office, by W. J. MURTAQH A CO. TERMS. To city nWrlbers alx and a quarter cent per week, payable to the carrier. To mail subscribers, three dollar and fifty cents per annnm, payable In advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono square, three days .T.7.'.'..'f.....$1.00 One square, four days ;; ..1.15 Ono square, five days 1JS0 One sqnare, six days ; ,)5 Ono sqnare,-two weeks , 2.75 One sqnare, three woeks .i.. .....?. 3.60 One square, one month ; t. 4.00 One square, three, months 10.00 One square, six months '.....U; 16.00 Ono square, one year.., .uw, 30.00 aiiimal It avery otner nay advertisement, liny per cent, additional j once a week advertfaesieit charged as new for each Insertion. "-' :-- Inserted only once, ten cent Uatv; t.- AdTertlsemenU Inserted Inside, 33- per. cent, adrance. Ten lines or less constitut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 July 1861

- . -v- . WH WIHH V a 4 e J: fc a it Publication OfflM, corner of laditna avenue tod Second rtrvrt. Depot for silo at papers cm Seventh ttroel, opiesiio tat Ceoerai Post OAoo. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MUIU'AOU k CO. OfcOROE M. wnilOW, Edl'tor. MMnm NATIONAL ItEPUBLICAN. ,rfl .Jftafoy, Jniy 2. "wim- jarNoodTKtticiintu er notice, eseej to rttrd vtrwers, M tie ssaortsd itltBaol payinaachi alvsaco. IV We have received from Messrs. Taylor 4-Maury, PennsyrtBnla avenue,-between Ninth and Tenth street?, the July number of Harper's Monthly iaftne. HoMTik'tvStxirsoRic Sioviw.-iWe call the attention of onr read en to the advertise. meat of Mr. Hunter. The system of signals he suggests, an ingenious and original modifi cation of the continental system of signaliza. tlan; will prove a most Interesting and attract ive one for the purposes as well of peace u of war. - . JBFour spirited speeches were made from the steps of Montgomery Blair's house leal night. Frank P. Blair, John Hickman, Sena tor McDoug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 July 1861

:ggstnrre-. f. agamihiTginTrTri, vsu iini.iiiBY"-CT,'y7T) i'j -rf ! Pnbltc&Uoa OtDco, coiner of Indiana avcnao and Second BtrMt Depot for Mto of pi cu ftm&lli street, opposlto lt0rIrilOffl). PUBLISHED MY W. J. MUUTAOH & CO. OEOROE M. WESTON, Editor NATIONAL .REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, July 2, 1801. 43" No advertisements or nnilcM, exrept M rrgntar til. Tcrtiteri, will bn Inserted wllhuiit payment In ndvanr I" Wo bivo received from Mossrs. Taylor i Maury, Pennsylvnhia avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets, tho July number of Harper's Monthly Magazine. Hunter's Semafiiorio Biohals. We call the attention of our readers to the advertise ment of Mr. Hunter. The system of signals he suggests, nn ingenious and original modifi cation of the continental system of signnliza tinn. will nrnvn n mn-it intereatino- and attract ive one for the purposes as well of peace as of war. B9 Four spirited speeches were made from the steps of Montgomery Blair's house last" night. Frank P. Blair, Joh...

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

-Th Thrkx Moirrns' Toors. Gamp Spraoue. TTMUnfon, Juy 1, 1861. Mr. toiTORt It will silunco much inquiry if the following can be answered, to wit : The flrkt Rhode Island regiment was mus tered into service on the 18th of April, nnd a lletacbment Of the AAmA Atnrtrl fnr IMa .Uv lhn f following day; but the regiment was not sworn 6 in till the 2d of May. jno query is i aoea tlic time ol its service expire on the 18th inst., or the 2d of August ? The Other In! if tlie limn Tir nn the 2d of August, in a warrant of a non-commissioned omccroi said regiment, ilalM April lBtli, lBOl, valid, as the regiment was enlisted for only three months T Volunteer. 1. Wn have explained once before, that by tonus of the President's proclamation, the term of service of the troops called out for three months began at the time they were mustered i into service at the rendezvous in the several I G.-1-. l!-l. .1 oimea iruui wuicn uiey rnme. 2. The length of the term of service under the United States has not...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 July 1861

iMangSsSBBffi-twsrKiTISPms Nr Mwf'nt ni gajga,M,i w i iwwiwfi6i ifwuWrjiju :: 3; i. ' I LOCAL NEWS. CITY COONOILS. Board of Aldermen. Cornelius Wendell, new member from the fourth ward, appeared, and was sworn it)) and took his sent. A communication wm received from thn Mayor making the following nominations, which were referred to their appropriate committees For physician to the poor la the first ward, Charles McCormick, in place ofDr. fJ. R. Jlminer, declined. - For' superintendents of, sweeps first ward, William Lucas second.wsrd, William Lucas; tlnnl ward, W. A. .Robinson; fourth ward, W. A. Robinson fifth ward, John T. Neal; sixth v.ard, Alexander Maddox; seventh ward, John T. Neal. For scavengers first district first ward, Wm. Barr, second district, Daniel Linkios ; second ward, first district, Roger Adamson, second district, Michael Etahl third ward, first dlstriot, John Seoul, second district, S. Beithmueleri fourth ward, first district, Charles Stoke, second district, Henr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 July 1861

lb ii It fc t 0 t R f. U i JS si fc ii'i K t i i it! w r ? f NATIONAL BEPUBLIOAN. Pnblio Aoti Passed at the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Cwr. LXTin. An Act to prnTldo for the r7nicnt of mil BUndinK Trpimry Notts, to tithorl) a In, to rrsntotn md fix tb IHilkf on taporu, nfl for otnn Iiirposw CONCLUDED. Sec. 21. And be it further enacted, That from and after the day and year aforesaid, there shall be levied, collected, and paid, on copper ore and diamonds, cameos, mosaics, gems, pearls, rnbies, and other precious stones, when not set, a duty of five per centum ad val orem on the same ; when set in gold, silver, or other metal, Or on imitation thereof, and all other jewelry, twenty-five per centum ad val orem ; on hair cloth and hair-seatings, and all other manufactures of hair, not otherwise provi ded for, twenty-five per centum ad valorem. Sec. 22. And be it further enacted, That from and after tho day and year aforesaid, there shall be levied, collected, and paid, a...

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

IJSS. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOBNINQ, (flONfUTS EXCEPTED,) On Reve nth street, uear K, opposite Ilia fUneral Post Office, by W. .1. MUKTAOH 4 CO. TERMS. To city subscribers tU and a quarter cent per week, payable to Ik carrier!. To mail subscribers, three dollan and fifty oenti per annum, payable la advance. .C RATES OP ADVERTISING. One square, three days , $1.00 One square, (onr daya ...........wl.uS Ono aqnare, fire daya lxo One square, alzdayi , '1.7s One square, two weeks , , 2,i& One square, three weeks 3,60 Ono square, one month 4.00 Ono square, Hired months , 10.00 One square, all monine ic.Oj One square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents a Una. c , Advertisements Inserted Inside, 33 per cent, advance. Ten lines or less constitute Kjnar. - I Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1861. No. 185. s sra r ; u r , ) ow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 July 1861

lfp.ww.,..-JUW-ilW'w-iWi.W : . H poblfcitkm OfBM, comer of Induol amine an4 Second , rtrert. rpot tot ! of papcr on Sovonlh street, eriKXIlo bo Oontrii Post OQoo. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAGH A CO. 0E0IIOE M. WESTON, Eiillvr. NAHONAL REPUBLICAN, i Y.'ednesday, July 3, 1231. f 10 advertisements or noUcr, riccpt to rcgalu ad ttrVurs, will bo Intcrted without payment In advwicc. 9 We e indebted to Mr. Fred. Luff, 348 i Pennsylvania avenue, for copies, arming by the last steamer, of the London American, tlio organ in England of our people, and full of zeal , -L!v. .t... -ii e .i . i : . ana auuiiy uu uie biub vi iuc euitj nuu buisi Motcuint 0? Tkoops INTO Vjroiku. Several regiment) passed into Virginia over the Long Bridge yesterday and the day before, among them, the fourteenth New York, the eoond Maine, and the second Wisconsin regi ment. Arkansas. We hare the usual reports of great rebel armies in Atkantas. They deserve little attention. The secessionists of Arkansas are terribly frigh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 July 1861

z&srzrz:' vxutinjrT-: xzmvmimtfTiiamn m IT LOCAL NEWS. Military Movements in the City. THE FOURTII MICHIGAN I(t6lMKT. This flue rtgimoiit, thu nrriu! of wLIch wo briefly" noticed Id yesterday's issue1, Is com manded by Col. D. A. Voddbury, and num bers 1,140 men, all robust-looking, nnd tuosl of them excellent marksmou. The regiment is drafted from Washtenaw, Monroe, and Tcna way counties. They are uniformed in gray jackets, gray panU, and fatigue caps. Their knapsacks are supplied with the usual extra outfit, and they, bring with them complete camp equipage, hones, 4c. The following Is a correct list of tho officers i Colonel D. A. Woodbury. Lieutenant Colonel W. A. Dnffield. Major-J. W. Child. Adjutant F. B. E&rl. Quartermaster II. A. Grannla. Surgeon Thos. Tunnicliff. Assistant Surgeon D. P. Chamberlain. Chaplain H. N. Htrong. Sergeant Major A. C. Latnson, Commlseary 8ergoant-;8. V. Reeve. Quartermaster Sergeant L. P. Baldwin. Drum Major J. DiefFunbaugh. Fifo Major John W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 July 1861

P&SPaMCTWim tHJMWnjuiij m g. 3 : t) ! : i 1 ! i 1 i ? NATIONAL ItEPUBLICAN. Fublic Aots Passed at tho Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. fair LXIX. An Acl 10 previa for bnnjlng up it.e Arrnr (M or Work or Hi lAfl.i Oltr di 01rmpio,Wlhlnflon Territory Be it enacted by the Stnate and House of Repwtntatives of the United StatesoJ America in Congress aistmbled, Thai the Secretary of the Interior be authorized to nuke, such allow ances for clerical service in bringing up the arrearages of busineei at the land office mt Olympia, Washington Territory, including pay ment of clerical servicer! already necessarily incurred, as, on the production of the proper evidence, be may deem equitable and jtut, the amount not to exceed (lib sum of three tbousnud dollars, and to be paid OHt of the appropriation for incidental expenses of district land office. Approved, Match 2, 18C1. Our. LSX An Acl to prorMe for lh payment cf Expeoiot lnourrl by the Territories or VTatMnstou and Oreron in ...

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

I jrfBrr- jjTyi.LiiiLJiiL.'iJ'lMWrt MmmimMVCS2WW&9Wt?VH.vrwMu j luiummw 1 1 wr w. ib t ft f.TT.TTriritiin'TjrTTrajiyrvtft-Jiir , THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED K V I! R Y MOIININU, (llUNDAYS Pll'f PTIili,) On tievciith timet, near It, opposite, the General Post Office, by W. .1. MUBTAOH A 00. TERMS. To cltj subscribers six and a quarter cents pu week, payable to the catrleti. To wall subscribers, throe dollars and .fifty oeuta per annum, payable la advance. T RATES OF ADVERTISING. - One square, three ilai,,,,,.,,,, ..j...$1.00i One square, four days....,..,,, , i.js One square, five days,... .,..., IjBO Oue square, six days .' 1,75 One square, two weeks , , ,. 2,75 One iquare, three weeks,,,, ,,,, 3.50 One square, onn montli , 4 00 One square, tbre months.,, , .10 00 Odb square, six months ,..-, ;16 0J One aqnare, one year ,.., 30,0 Every other da advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week"adr4rtlsementa charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ...

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

zC H i wummjiwHrsgawBpw yi" f s tt'iMsWirf ' w wny 'CflwiA'i aiwJlJmivlW'TttlgAlll1Twt . i 1 IMbllCJUon Offlof, earner of Indiana avf nue and (Wfiid ttiML Ipo for salt otpireraunSTfoihurixt, opposite ti QtneralPoat OPlco. PUBLISHED BY W. .1. MUUTAOII A CO. ! flEQROF. SI. WESTON, IMItor MTIONAL REPUBLICAN. Thursday, July 4, 1861. ff No adrrrtlacmenu crlwliMS, ejccpt to regular ad ti-rtlarl, will l InwtW without rymBt iu advance. Y PASSAGE OP THE POTOMAC AT W1L LIAMSPORT ON TUESDAY, BY QEN EBALPATTERSON'S FORCE FLIGHT OF THE ENEMY. Tho following dispatch was received here yesterday morning, at quarter past tiro o'clock Hoce River, near Martinsburg, July 2. 1861. To Col. E. D. Toumsend, Asst. Ad,)t. Gen. We left Willlnmsport of 6 o'clock, A. M., to day for thU place. Wo drove and routed the rehela, about 10,000 strong, home, with their four guns, and now occupy his camp with a loss on our side, I rcgrot to say, of three killed and ten wounded. R. Patterson, Major General Commanding, Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 July 1861

LOOAITNEWS Movements of tho Military. arrival op nn: nkw tork TWK.vTt-ronnTM This fine regiment, numbering a1ou 781 men. arrived uero at it o'clock yesterday ' morning. The regiment is recruited from Oswegoj county nnu comprises a set of hearty, looking, well-drilled men. TheV are uniform I'd in light blue pants, dark blue'coats, and fatigue caps.- Their principal . officers are: Colonel, Sullivan lieutenant colonel, Beards ley; major,. Tarbell; adjutant, Oliver: quar termaster, Richardson) chaplain, Gallagher; buiutuii, moraocKi assistant surgeon, Key- nolds i.viuo , wuJllUB, W AJ1IUU, X BID, lUlllCr, JH nrds. Jennifairs. 'Preston. Furiraann. Tat;! captains, O'Brien, Paine, Miller, Rich- , , V.' - a 1 -j- nor. ucnuey, ana uarney. GONE INTO VIHOIHIA. At 8 o'clock yesterday morning, the , first Minnesota regiment broke camp and marched to the navy yard, where they 'embarked on board the steamers Baltimore and Philadel phia for Alexandria. They took with them all their camp equipago, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 4 July 1861

gK:t;iU':ii.i.uiiixia iiijML.il i,i mmumiiiaiuaB V' m v i i'i ii' II hi I 'I I ! r !! t!' w I ! I v t "N ATTONATi -'R'RPTT'Rf THAN lr JyJJll'fl' " ' ' ",''t Public Acts rasscd at the Second. Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Chat. HUE. An Act making Approprutwna irtr the Her Tie cr th Foil Mica Department durlnf tbe Steal Yeoi tuduix UntblrtleUiof June elcbteen hundred n'l alitr it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Unllfd SMes of America in Congress assembled, That the following tmmi be, and the same ore hereby, appropriated, for the service of the Post Office Department for tha Tear' ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred 'and sixty two, out of nny moneys In the) Treasnry arising from'tlie revenues of the 3aid "Department, In ebnformHr to the act of the Second Jnly, eighteen hnndred and thirty- For transportation of the uinlle, (inland,) ten million forty thousand two hnndred and eighty four dollars; jtndlho Postraastei General is hereby directed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 July 1861

-rrtrtrir" s-it ir-1"- p - . -' jJT HiKJi.rn m"-0r-m - ---n gry: J-ygy THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 13 PUBLISHED EVERY HOBMINO, (SDNPATS EXCEPTED,) On Seventh street, new E, opposite the General Pott Office, by i W. J. MURTAOH A CO. 1 , Jt 1-rX.. I RATES OF ADVERTISING. .. 'Oue square, three days...., I.,$1.00 One square,' four daye..i , ,.. M' One square, five days .o One square, six days , ; 1.7ft One square, two weots. a.76 lUno square, tores weeks ,,mi1m......... 3.bo One IqtSarj one mblUi....,.....l.Wr:,.J..r.l40 lOne square, three months.. 10.00 une square, six mowns io.uo One square, oetyrr.tn...l.......f.a.... 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per ceat additional ; one a week, advertisement charged a new for aih Insertion. , '" . Inserted only once, ten cent lroe. Advertisements inserted Inside. 334 ner cent. To city subscriber ttz and quarter cent p;r week, payable to tho carriers. To mail aubtcrlberi, three dollan and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. VpL. I....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 July 1861

..,.u.M'CT;..ijJ.UM'rwaMJ-it'iiijwMijii)i.iijjLiuiivMl,J4uuijrT?wpfw' - SV,': t,! :! ' !' i ill if I, I?' i ' r i It n , III F Publication Ofnr, corner of Indian avenne and Scond UeM. DtitlMUaotvapRi6nlvoLUii.Jet,epll03n9 ha Qroeral Vot Office. PUBLIBHED DY W. J. MUBTAGU A CO. OE0R0E II. WESTON, Idltor ATIOtfXL 11EPUBLI0AN. - Saturday, July 6, 1861. fro advertisements or notlcc, execrl to KfnUr ad l,i vertlaers.wilt be UcripJlilioutrayrant In advance. jgy Wc print, on tho outside, a report of the address of Senator Foot, of Vermont, to a regi ment of that Slate, at New York, June 23. It is a short, but vigorous and outspoken, state ment of the causes and objects of tho present struggle. Mattous Point. The Reliance, which ar rived at the rlavy yard from down river on Thursday afternoon, reports that the rebels have erected a battery of two rifled guns at Matthias Point. jgy Tho successful candidates fortius office of Speaker and Clerk of the House were sere naded on the evening of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 July 1861

?M VSTJ"' t" f KL (taction of, Fort 8rimterrwas,?Io nolsnae, a matter.of self-defence on the part of the asaail ants. They well know that the garrison fn the fort conlJ, by no, possibility, commit aggression upon them. TrTey knew they were expressly notified that the giving of bread to the few bravo and hungry men of the garrison was alt which would on that occasion be attempted, unit ss themselves, by resisting 10 much, should provoke more They knew tbat'this Govern merit desired to keep the garrison in the fort, not to assail them, but merely to maintain vis ible possession, and thus to preserve the Union from actual and immediate dissolution trust ing, as hereinbefore stated, to time, discussion, and tho ballot-box, for final adjustment ; and they assailed and reduced the fort, for precisely tho reverse object to drive ont the visible au thority of the Federal Union, and thus force it to immediate dissolution. That this was their object, the Executivo well understood ; and having...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 July 1861

i4J.uiaij.ati'tiiJiu.iif4iii";WHWwsfft jwum mMpuwwwanagaW r ., .ty M .il 1 t I ' m 1 ; ii lis i !l' p lr( It) I MTIOJTAirREPUBLICAN. REMARKS QF SENATOR FOOT, JV s &wii Wrs-wrf fteyimtnt, on the ocai; ut of their departure ft out the city ofltev Tork for the scat of tear, on Tuesday, theUlA ultimo. OrricuM ami Soldi. ua or tns Seco-d VeBMOKT llBOIJtBM FlLLOW CITIZENS AIL! You will accept my thanks for this kindly and generous salutation. You will oho accept my congratulation? nud ray sincere and earnest commendation for tho promptness and the spirit with which you have responded to your country's call in this hour oC her trial. I hesi tate not to say that history itself docs not point us to the initaucc of nn appeal to the spirit and the pride of loyalty and patriotism of any people, when such an nppealhas been more promptly, more enthusiastically, or more unanimously met than upon tho present occasion. This is, indeed, as it should be. It is an encouraging and most gratifying om...

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