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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 July 1861

aBeBsqBpBpaniHKs- TV . ,... ,,. . ' r... sW.--" ""' ,.. . "Tfl"1 i- i -JllJi',a"t'JilFfliiyvtniMi ITJW. -jf-T.-J-"PTT-Al IIIH l ! . .J.-nt..T. 1 U. a r.AU sm r.Tf .. P r 1 ttL IS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, (flONlUTB KXCEFTM),) Chi fleventli street, near K, opposite iko Genera) Pott Office, by W. J. MURTAfin A 00. TERMS. . To city subscribers iti and a quarter centf per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars, and Pfty tenia per annum, parable In advance. , NATIONAL BEPIlBtlto. ,, A SKIRMISH AMONG" THE ALLEqHA. NIE3 A correspondent of a Western jwtper describes nn affair on Gen.lMcClellan's lino i BccKnANXoir, Va.,'Jdt1. Our irallant hand of fifty Bucke'ves. 'third Ohio regiment, under Capt. A. 0. L&irson, of Columbus, made a good record yesterday 'after; THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 'noon, without uen. jncuieiians Knowieage, Oen. Schlelch ordered Col. Morrow to detach fifty men for A scouting expedition. Snrgeod McMeans accompanied the party, fire men being ta...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 July 1861

IT'' irjnrswv mMfe'V- vfw ' -,'"w-fry-trt.ff4;3V uvwew iiiwummiHimmijai .; 1-V H . m u I I I I ' I! ?! H II PaWlcaUon Offlc, corner of Indium anon ul Sesn4 stmt, lr4fortptroaBrasU''l"lw lb OenWrott Offlc. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAGHA CO. . OEOftBE M. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL REPlSlJOAN. Saturday, July 131881. MT- No drtl-mot or nolle., except to regi"" a f erUters, will b iwrtm without psymmt In diiw -The editorial article in our paper of yesterday, landatory of the tactics of General Scott, was not written by Mr Weston, who has seen no occasion to change his former opinions on that subject 10 Mr. Cfreen, ex-Senator from Missouri, was captured near Canton on the 6th instant, under circumstances very unintelligibly given in the accounts which we have seen. On the 10th instant application was made for a writ of habeas corpus in his favor, to Judge Catron, holding a circuit court at St. Louis. JNo battery had been established at Matthias Point on Thursday, on which day the Frttborn, in ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 July 1861

!tm.'lSMg -; .'iiuu-rmJ'i ij..4imi wnm hw -Ji, I II. .1 IBBBBBH lion, and to preserve the rights of;Wl sections, This ia tho object of tb grand alruggle now going pn In the country. He wonld'go as far V to support the loyal men of Kentucky and Missouri, and Tennessee, and Virginia, as he Would to support the men of Pennsylvania or Ohio) he knew no difference between them. -A But, in order to carry out the war effectually, (he .would rote all the men and all the money necessary. He did not lee that the President, or the Secretary of War, or of the Treasury, or Navy, and the other component parte of the Government, have the exclusive right to judge of the Bomber of men and the amount of money necessary in this great contest. To the patriot Ism, the government, and wisdom of Congress, he looked as much for the efficient carrying ont of the war m he did to the patriotism of the "Executive. He did not desire that Congress should assemble every sixty days to vote more money and more men. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 13 July 1861

."atifjefiiAj.jK' zJJTf',l'''T""P' MffbKSSKlU? Wfc WMymWPQV IIMIWPMJMW1WI"'" r '' '("' , l' ! ... ''f1 i i i! '. I I ,! l 1. t I NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Public Acts Passed at the Second Session of tho Thirty-sixth Congress. Cmr UtSTA I An Ac to provMs temporary Gorern mem ror Ibo Territory of IWcott, and lo cri lh Offlw of Surveor General therein . lit it enacted by the Seriate and House of Pqiresentutives of the United States of Amer ica in Congress assembled, That all that part of the territory of the United States included with in tho following limits, namely commencing at point in the main channel of the Red Riv er ofthe North, where the forty-ninth degree of north latitude crosses the same ; thence op the main channel of the same, and along the boun dary of tho State of Minnesota, to Big Stone lake ; thence along the boundary line of the said State of Minnesota to the Iowa line: thence along the boundary line of the State of Iowa to the point ot intersection between the Biz Sioux ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 July 1861

vmmzr -It THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN ts published' ij 6 ' JU-JI - jj; M ' A - '.til I- DATPCOP AtvifcnmTCTW, RATES.0F ADVERTISING. rS .t fc. .ajaJl Ono aquaro, three days iJ... ,.!.,. .$1.00 One tquarofour,faya ti-ti.2 Ode square, firo days ,'.'.r. V 1,60 One S4Us.reMflx.daj if, Ono square, two weeks , ..... .V. 1.75 Ono square, thro weeks , ,.., '3.t.0 One iqriaMono mouth r. .t.t. ,..., 4.00 One sqnarc,Ubrc m6hthi....r...-i:,.?...i.,.. 10.no One square, e!xm6nth. .16.00 One square, one Jjrear.T..,.. ......... ;.t. 30.00 Kvery other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional; oucea'week adtcrtijcraents chargod as new for each Insertloa. Inserted only once, ten cent a line. Advertisements Inserted- inside, 33J per cent, adrance. Ten lines or less constitute a square. CV if-) A ') EVERY MORNING, , (rWNlUYH FXCEFThll,) i (In Seventh street, ner K, opposite the General V 'Pott Offlco, by -Bk.-.w-( J. ilUUTAGH -A CO. A 1 ?r ' XS - TERMS. " "'ToMty Subscribers six and a quartet cent ;n p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 July 1861

" W f wsjt wil)jlvj3fl6JtiWjl''yifJl'lfljlFll1 ' m m ij 1 DtflU sasm: 11111 !! I l" I M l. i t iii i). 45' l . I I t i r i "J it : !. : t . ' 4 I li ' 'f. ll l - -.. SMlMalioa OCk. corucr of lodiau inau ami ESeoosd Mrrtt, Err' ictmiqc papers mCcrreotasueettOprctfRo tt Gtwno, hat Otflwi. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAGH A CO. OJOROC U. WESTOH, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Monday, July 15, 186L 43- So arcriiiniiis or notices, except to regular ad t wtutn, will lo inserted without payment la advanw JST There will be a public reception nt the Executive- Mansion on the evening of Tues day, the 16th ineUnt, between the hours of 8) and 11 o'clock P. H. tgSS' A " High Private," who says he re ceives $132 per annum, with rations of salt junk and clothing furnished by political con tractors, thinks that the chaplains, at the rates of compensation as reduce! by the Senate, will get on quite as well as the common soldiers, who ore expected to do the fighting. This only shows that the same thing looks...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 July 1861

w .:'!. VI ww v m ii im gq; ': QCjX NETf S. MOVEMENTS OP TUB MILITARY. ABMYAIOr TUB HIW T0 TM&TY-atXTB. The iblrtT-eUth New York regiment, Col. Charles H. Innes, arrived ber at one o'clock yesterday morning. This regiment numbers 770 lien, of whom 660 arrived yesterday the remainder will arrive to day. It ia composed or a Terr robust set of men, who are vpry well equipped and well drilled. They aresnhstan tlally uniformed In dark bluejackets, light blue pants, fatigue cap, and army overcoat. The; bring with them an excellent dram and fife corps of twenty pieces. The following is a correct list of the officers i Colonel Charles H. Inncs, Lieutenant Colo nel Thomas J. Lord, Major Nathaniel Lioch, Adjutant Wm. O. U. Shooffer, Quartermaster James W. Winter, Paymaster Samuel Qsgood, Surgeon N. B. Mostly, Surgeon's mate Louis D. Radinsky, Chaplain Rev. E. D. Wlnslow, Sergeant Major George H. Moore, Quartermas ter Sergeant Charles H. Roberta, Dram Major Eugene L. Twiggs, Fife Major Joh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 July 1861

?tfaxttztxttacM9&naw3im I HW-V"'1W"l1'''' - r - r z!!!?!1 ' ..! I'. I 't 'i li'i I 'I , 1 .1 '. 1 I r Vi I ii 'I J Propoiahfor ArayBaggago Wagons. QPABTEUMIVTIK GiNSRAL's OrriCE, Wathlngten, June 2,8G1. '"PROPOSALS a-n Invited for tlio furnishing of X ' army b'agpige wagons, Proposals ibould sta'e tbe price! at which they can he furnished, delivered at New York, Balll snore; or Washington, stating the price, delivered tat each place. The number which can be made by any bidder wllbln ooe month after receipt of the order, alio the. number which lie ran deliver within one wpk. , The wagons most exactly conform to the fol lowing specifications, and to tbe established pat terns. S x-mulo (covered) wagons, of the size and description us follotrg, to wit: The front wheels lo be three feet ten Inches high; hubs ten Inches In diameter nnd fourteen and a qu irter Inchee long; hind wheels four feet ten Inches high, hubs ten and a quarter Inches In diameter and fourteen aud a quarter Inches...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 July 1861

s: I , 1--1 f I T- - ---- -- - - " --- I- I I Ml. , . !! Ill I , - r f 1 ' V- "". I 1 '1 u B55 fESSWIK T11K NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 18 PUBLISHED RATES OP ADVERTISING. One square, three days $1.00 One square, four days.. 1 1.26 One square, five days i fjfo One square, fix days , 1.7a One square,! two weeks ..; ;....., 2.71 One square, thro week.. . 3.60 One square, one'month , ,. 4,00 One square, three months' 10.60 One square, six months 16.00 One square, on year...... ....i S0.00 Every other day advertisement, fifty per cM. additional ; one a wetk-adraitlNBenU cbargtd at new for each Insertion. ,; ' , Inserted only once, ten cent a Us, Advertisements Inserted Inside, 33 per cent, advanc. , ' ' Ten line or less constitute a tqoare. p EVERY MO UNI NO, (dUNIIATH KXOEFTVD,) On flevoath slrret, near K, opposite Ihe General Post Oflice, by W. J. MURTAGH & CO. TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cents por week, payable to tbe carriers. To mall subscribers, ttree dollars and fifty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 July 1861

,- -2nr3rtrrrr.-r--rr,--Jrt'l -fcf fc1ia m i i i .! I ) h 1 II ' If i; . v I i IJ .' I i !' J - aft -. . P&buciHoa Offln, ccium- of Inliua avtatM an4 Second Jp-. rpol Ibr ) of .lIr on Btvwtb strtM, oppo at QMSf N Post Offic PUBLISHED MY W. .1. MURTAOH CO. OEOROE U. WESTIIN, Editor. NATIONAL KEPUBLIOAN. Tueiday, July 10, 1861. Sf No aJve rtUonnnU or aotk-w, txwpl to rtulr d ?f ituen, will b isurtxl without lajptot la advance. McCLELL AN'S COLUMN ANOTHER VICTORY GEN.GARNETT KILLED. General McClellan is doing business with quick dispatch. No sooner does he come np with a rebel army, than ho engages and defeats them. A dispatch from Cincinnati yr sterdny informs us of the death of tho rebel general, Garnett. He was slain in regular brittle Bunday, J4th, by an Indiana soldier, white attempting to rally his forces at Carrack's Ford. His dead body had arrived at Grafton by train. Tho rebels were completely routed by General Morris's command, all their ramp equipage captured, with many ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 July 1861

JIHV MlHWMHUtW'WWIWHH y'KJWTWil1 uss" Trrrm" jWar fl n jriMa 'l 'J 21 iMWJ iit .'!J!li,,-il' -J A - LOCAL NEWS. CITY COUNCILS. Board or ALDKRVEir, The Board met at lis nsoal bdar, and was called to order by the President. Present: all tie members except Mr. Lloyd. A. communication was reieivcd from the Mayor, staling that he had approved of a joint resolution in relation to laying water mains ; also, one In relation to laying a railway on Pennsylvania avenue, and other streets. Tho nominations for police magistrates were then confirmed, with the exception of T. C. Donn, esq , on whom the Tote stood, nays 10, yeas 2, blank 1. and W.R.Strntton, whose nom ination was laid over. Tho nominations for apothecaries and phy sicians were all confirmed, with the exception of the physician to the first ward. S. S. Parker and Joseph E. Rawlings were confirmed commissioners of the Western Burial Ground. Mr. Semmes, from the Committee on Claims, reported back the petition of D. Ramsey, and others,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 July 1861

s"V "-f " -tiwbfV' " " AJIOIHAL. REPUBLICAN; TsUio Act Fatted at the Second Sozsion of theThLrty-sixth ConrreM Qttf. LXXtVU. An Act to Amend in Act, tipprovol Ft roar filth, one thousand debt hundred and flrty-nuw, tMNJed " Xa Art providing i Lerjuat andrtutritnitios HI TlleBoeweiiU, uid lor ounr rmynia." ' 9ts U enacted by ike Senat and ffotae of Mprtthntativei of the Hutted Stales of Amer tea in Congress assembled,- Thst In alt cues 'whereftho number of copies, of any document is inauttcient.to supply odo institution there with, upon the designation of etch member of the Senate and House' of Representative, as reaalred by oxistiog law, the same taay be dis tributed by the Secretary of tho Interior to sach' incorporated colleges', public' libraries, uthenasums, literary and scientific institutions, boards of trade, or public associations, as he nay select. See. 2. And be it further enacted, That the documents of the second session of tho thirty fifth Congress shall be sent to the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 July 1861

WTrt5tnfr t i" , H 7fief'$Ji i THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED k EVERY MORNING, (HUSDAT3 KICKriEU,) On Seventh strrtt, near E, opposite the Qenoral Post Office, by W. J. MURTAGH A CO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Kuan, three days., ,i.....tl.oo.. yTWlMUJH Bs K V X V Y s- -v. 'One squase, four daya .? 1.25 One square, are days , rt 1,50 One square, six day; ..,', 1,75 One square, two weeks 3.76 One square, three weeks 3.30 One square, one month 4.0a One square, three months 10.00 One square, six mottbs 18.00 One square, on year.,., . 30.00 Every other day advertisements,- fifty per cent additional; onoea week advertisements charged as new foraeh insertion. Inserted only' 6ncY ten ceoU si'llne.' Advertisements Inserted Inside, 33J per cent, adraaoe. Ten ltfhs or leas constitute square. TERMS. To city subscribers ilx and a quarter contl per week, payable to the carrier. To mall subscriber!, three dollars and fifty otats per annum, payable in advance. , Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 July 1861

S5 p't PofcueaUvn OXc, fcruor of Is-linm arena'' an-l SVcood )wt. Ipni (or le U t-eporn cm t ulh tmt, OJTWHS iHOtoersliMOfflre. PUBLISHED by w. .r. MURTAGH A CO. tiEOHOE M WESTON', CJIior National republican. Wednesday, July 17, 1881. JO- No tnrtlKBeiit! er towns, icpl to regular ad-v.-rtlfri, wilt t towrted without tjrnKHI In aittanc. sjQTWebovo nothing new from Gen. Mc Clellau's command to-day. Gt:. Patterson ia resting his command At Martinsburg, with his prisoners, several news paper correspondents. JG&7 A. great fight or an able run may be expected on the Virginia side of the Potomac to-day. Lieutenant Governor Raymond, of the New York Timet, crossed the river early this morning. Bgy- General McDowell was at Willards' Ho telabont ten o'clock last night, but did not seem to have much time to spare, as might be ex pected of a man having a column of fifty thou sand men moving under him. BOP The Navy Department acted with ex ceeding promptness on hearing of the proceed ings of ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 July 1861

fin i.j .iiiu-nmi'iuwT' .--. v : J, GOAL sfivs. . .- -2.1 DcrARTCRK or Borshidl's lljimiDk. -This splendid brigade, consisting of the two Rhode Inland regiments, with their batteries, (one of which is now in Western Virginia,) the New York seventy Grit, and the second New Hamp shire. Kpgimtnts, yesterday afternoon look it departure for the seat of war. The various regiments formed on Pennsylvania avenue at half past ono o'clock in the following order i Buttery of the second Rhode Island regi ment, C guns and C caissons. Second Rhode Island regiment, Col. Slocura, with their band First Rhodo Island regiment, with their band. Second Hew Hampshire regiment, Colonel Marston, with drum corps. New York seventy-first regiment, Col. Mar tin, with Dodsworth a band. As the brigade marched up the avenue, headed by tho gallant Burnside, it presented an uppearance never yet excelled on that street. All the regiments looked extremely well, and the men were in the best of spirits. Qencral Burnside...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 July 1861

v ... i i.-ifTr VT.lga "-i &' i hi i n NATIONAL KErUBIICAN. j? sTn Public Act Passed at the Second Session ', ' Tof the Thirty-sixth OongTesi. Ha. 1. A tef.ilot!jn aotrwrWs; tb Srereurj- of ths Tret (dry to permit ibo'U-nvt tu Hm Mniioai v John C. rrmttit" u iLu Mm Nania ufua unie lo ilulo. "Hurnuu," Jleithed by the Senate, and itoute of liepre sinVttietsbf ttU-Hntled Stales oj America in Congress assembled, Thai tbo Secretary of the TrerisurJ btj and il hereby,- authorized to per triit tnt owner of the steamboat u Jofin Ct Fre aiont " to change the Dame of the tame to that ot'"Horlxon.'' ' Approved, January 19, -1861. V. , Jrr.t,KcoliHioB wtiorlxing tli,- Secretary of itf lrwiar to taiuge ihc,$eme ot IL SUatir "Sprtag Hill' lei thamthc'H'tottc'a Stain" Bt $.jiovid faj tthc Senate and House of Representatives ofctki United Stales of America in wngre-is assemoiea, mat me oecretary ot tie Treasury be, aad he is hereby, authorized to change the name of the schooner ""Spring Hill," ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 July 1861

in Bun'imn' 2U JTSz gftn THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLIBHED EVERY MORNING, (kuniiaysi t-xurriKD,) On Seventh street, near E, opposite Ibo General Post Office by W. J. MUUTAGH A CO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three days (1.00 One squaro, four daya 1,26 One square, five daya 1.60 One square, all daya 1.75 One square, two weeks 2.75 One square, three weeks 3.60 Ono sqimr), one montli 4.00 Ono square, threo months .'. 10.00 One square, six montbs 16.00 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 line. Advertisements Inserted Inside, 33 per cent. advance. Ten lines or less constitute a square. TERMS. To city subscribers ill and a quarter cents per week, payable to tbo carriers. To mall subscribers, tbree dollars and fifty CJnts per annum, payable In advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1861. No. 197. ("ttJl NATIONAL ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 July 1861

&K Vtv v k g j s wftfH rni ruMlcAttcm Office, corner of Icclmna nvenoe and Peflond lrc L Iiriwt for h.te nf paper nu Hvtvtii i treei, opposite tbo Gtneril rut Offl. PUBLISHED HY W. J. MOUTAGH A CO. QF.0ROE M. WEETO.S', Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Thursday, July 18, 1861. eW No mlKTt .-menu or rotter", exefpt In rrinlr ad v Mirr, will r.e lnsi-rt.il without yroMit In advance. EdUorinl CorfIwndcnce ol the National Republican. New York, July 17, 1861. I'he must exciting aspect of the war, in this c immunity, is ery naturally the privateering of (lie Confederate, of which we have Lad the reported results At widely separated points, the Went India Islands and the New England oust. The continuance of the operations i ir anv length of time, will, of course, lie pre v. Med by tlio Administration, which has, so f.i. proed itself equal to all emergencies. But nobody knjws how much mischief, beyond fcl t is reported, may have been already done, and it is th'u uncertainty which puts the Ne...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 July 1861

i ipwr -rif i "j?" '''" ""1"! 7TT"" ' csftrYw LOCAL NEWS Mustered oot of Service. Yesterday morn ing, company C, Union, regiment, Cnptuiu Mil lu , attached to the Bcventli battalion District volunteers, marched to the Columbian Armoiy and were mustered out of the service. Since they have been enlisted, they have improved wouderlully,iuid their movements on the avenue yesterday were made with the pecision of reg ulars. Captain Goddard's fine company, of Geoigo town, the Carrington Home Guard, paraded yesterday, and made a fine appearance. They were mustered out of service at the Columbian Armory, Company E, Light Iufantry battalion, (Zou aves,) Captain Powell, were mustered out yes terday alternoon. Alter being mustered out, they paraded many of our streets, and made a line appearauce, and, during the afternoon, were handsomely entertained by several of their friends. Captain Mark's fine company of the Navy Yard, the Washington Light Ouard, were mus tered out also yesterday afternoon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 July 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Treaties Ratified at the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. TREATIES. C'lHimi Convention with Kew llratmila Cuiiclntlril at Wnsli Itigton, September 10,1)167 llntlflnitloin rTchnnuH ' WuhlDctoo, November 6,1SC0 Pruclnlnieit by ilml'rt Went of tho UnltM Sutra, November e, moo . Iiy the President of the United Slate vf 'Amer ica : A PROCLAMATION. Whereas a convention between the United States of America and the Republic of New Granada was signed in the city of Washington on tho tenth day of September, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty seven, whl h convention, as amended by the niph contracting parties, is, word for word, as follows: The I'nited States of America and the Re public of New Granada, desiring to adjust the claims of citizens of said States against New Granada and to rement the good understanding rfhich happily subsists between the two Repub i , have, lor that purpose, appointed anil con trrred full powers, respecti...

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