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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 November 1866

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Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 November 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNmG.'NOEMBER"" 15.186(T -t mthml tnWm. & Wnshlnaton city, r. i. W. J. MPRTAQU A CO , PUBLISHERS. s r. nANScoM, editor. THURSDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 15, 18. MORAL OF TnE 1EW YORK TATE ELECTION. It was remarked by tho First Nirouov during his second exile, to Dr. O'Meara, that the Bourbons neither forgot nor learned any thing; by which he meant that they neither forgot to cling to hereditary errors nor learned any wisdom from tho logic of cur rent political events Tho Democratic party of New York State aro in about that condi tion They cling so tenaciously to their party traditions as to bo perfectly blind to all the facts relating to tho altered condition of the country and the altered circumstances of political parties This was so apparent during the war, that the late Dili Richmond, the wisest man among them, undertook to wheel the en tire party into a support of the war. This was resisted by Horatio Setmocr and Jon Van Bcren and their bcy of a...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 November 1866

sacossoBBttfi aTEEYNAaiOyAL REBUBLK.AK. THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 15. 1866. gtotiflttft 8yhltitott 3 IiOoal isnsrwM; Board or School Tbuitem. -The regular monthly meeting of the Board of TraiUoi of Tab lit Bsaoole mi Beltl oa Tuesday evonlnt la their room,-nttaeCltyllelli tbo prtaMeni, Dr. Welsh, In tfat chair. Present, Messrs. Wilton, Brown, Woodward, Barley. Rbses, Clarke, Johnson, and Cesseu, Hr. Wllioa enlled tbo attanllon of lb Board to PleroVi MttM sHU and Improved copy-book, and labntltUd a umplo to tbo members for Inipoetlon. Tbo appUoatlon of Mill Clara V. Ilabn for poll tUa ai toaobor wai received and roftrrod to tbo Committee on tbo Examination1 of Candldatt f. A number of bills warn prssented by tho treas urer and approrod. Tbo report i of tho condition of the school wort roootveo, ana aro ai roiiowi Isthst. Sonrtr. Sddibt. 4tid.it, Ho. replls list rspors. 1,071 1,009 1,901 1,M9 Admitted by traasfsr 89 SS T 4 Admitted by tlektt 7S TJ 41 St Transforrsd .... 89 1ft 1 IS W...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 15 November 1866

1'AJE NATIONAL .KETTJBLfe 15. 18(56. . , r TIIE NATIONAL BEPUBIICAIf A GREAT CAMPAIGN PAPKU. HEADING FOR TUB MILLION. OinCDLATE I CIRCULATE! CIRCULATE! It li manifestly true that the poUtte&t campaign upon which the eonntry li joit entsrlns; li to bt a crisis of vast Importance Upon It will depend the dearest Interests or the United States Qorernmsnt tod people. Having passed through tbt ordeal of civil war triumphantly, It remains to b decided whetHer the legitimate fralti of tbt united labors of tboie who united, without reipeet of party, for the preservation of the Government iballbe turned to bitter ashes, and the dilution which Southern rebel eonld not accomplish shall be effected by Northern politicians TAB NATIONAL REPUBLICAN hai alwiji battled for the QoTernment and the flsg, and now, when disruption of the Union js courted by extremlili who, under the guise of prre patrlotto principle, are raTenom for political power and plkce, the NATIONAL REPUBLICAN till baltlts for t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 November 1866

rmr,Ji'ikTmmrmMifml-ffpi'yVWV A m i'i i TimATIONATr-RWHBHeAN- ll i9H t - a,,. ... a' .. IH rutiUfinit;,pAlLY. tan J J. l. -d tLl- W"t ij twt i uae square, roar says. .."r ; Oaa aauere. It Jits, Oie tlftf , trix 4?t r. ..... t to Itift Ur4ir UrttUMMitLM MT eeL tfi llenel. Twice a WHV UP""U " f"1- M r..JT. .i. a. ! Mf.llii.Mih laeartbia. H Local aolleee eeala N elae', M tMTtl01. AiWrStoMMiU eeHi waster the head, of WuU,ltr BAH, M MlhiiW UftJDWi iiMrwi,in MM Mr line ! -tabaeqaea. IneerUoaa hall prise. htllSMUMMMtUttlUr. - , A4vetHiscweoaU sheald be headed la before ,nlie 'UNip,H. 0 r'ptoui. Wll DlPllTHUr. i DJFTAIT UBVI SAL'S UF7ICW, Wiivtvorov. BtDUnbtrl. IN. nr.M Awn rim.avroita vok tdi PiTMUf 01 BOOBTUi UHDBR TBI ACT TO XQOAIUI D0UNTIK3.Arpa0VKDJDLTlS.18M. r J 1. All abplle-atiei shell be" alel vlthfi the HrH4 W It months, from llit 111 Uf ef OstoWf, 1M5, M-l for Uf pay nests at snede, shall bf eUseile fc regiments, battalions, or otiu separate , grew ...... tod bo epplleetloa nted ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 November 1866

gatioual gUpttMrmu WttnlllMgtotlOltyt T. c. . V. J. MDIITAOU A 00, PUBLISHERS. S. P. IIANSOOM, EDITOR. FRtDATMORHIHO- NOVJMiBER It, 1868 THE ADMINISTRATION POLICY IS TO PREVAIL IF THE UNION OF TIIESE STATES IN SITED. There are some political resnlti u prcJc tcrminable, except as to time, as any mathe matical problem. The early restoration of the organism of theso States belongs to this category. Tho restoration must bo effected soon, or the passions and prejudices engen dered by the war mil render tho difficulty Incurable. We desire just now, after the elections and before Congress meets, to lay dotfn this proposition as strongly as tjpes and ink can make it: The pohct 0 the Ad ministration mil prevail if the Union of these States is sat of No matter if the peo ple in their madness do reject the Lord's own prajcr of forgiveness upon the condition that we forgive others ; no matter If they do ask that President Jon&sox and Secretary Seward be crucified, and that Birbjlba be relea...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 November 1866

Tr"Mr' it 11 wi THEFNAUONAIyiBEPlIBLICA-NiFBIDAy .MOKNJNG. NOiEMBEU16. 186. gVatioual $t$Mim looaii isrmxrvai. Tiic Maryland Baptist Union Convex-Tto-.Tb.li bod unDbM oa Wednesday mora. lot at tli BntAvi Bipltih eaafea, la Baltimore, It belaf their talrty.Brii annual bimUd(. lUr. J. W.WlUlaau wm aaeeea Meelaraior, and A. Pall.r Creae, rfceJary. Beaorts from tha rarieai charekea la Marjlaael, W uuatton lly, aal Georgetown w era read, ihow lag laera WM reeelrew a bepliim dortnf tbe put ntr, Ii by letter end eipertenoe, 178, r.stor.d. ill .Inland by IttUr, 1M eieladed, M areaed, 41; deceaiad, 80; araeent comber, 4,715. About U o&urebei at! preaenteil ao report. Tha Sabbath aobooll la ooaoeelloa with tba caaroh are reported u b.tna; la a floarlaMaf oa dMea. Thar report 455 oBoere tad teaeaera, 1,037 eholart, (1 teaohert baptliad.74 loholera baptlaed, 337 tatobara profentat; rellgtoa, 133 roholare pro faiitna; rellgtoa, 41 adult eluaaa, 11,000 tolnmaa la tba llbrarjj pan 07 eolleetlo...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 16 November 1866

'- -JJllilLffA NOVEMBER 16, 1866. TIIE Sf ATIOXAIi BEPWBUCAK. A GREAT CAMPAIGN PAPER. nRADINO FOR TIIE MILLION. CIRCULATE I CIRCULATE ! CIRCULATE ! It li mft&Utitlj true tfctt Ibe politic it cunpilgt, opon which the con d try lijnit entering U to be a. erf itof TMt Importance. Upon It will depend the deireit loterertf of .be United Gtatei Qorerament end people. IlaTlng puied through the ordeal of a cUtl war triumphantly, It remalni to be decided whether the legitimate fntlU of the united labori of thote who nalted, without reaped of party, for the preaemtton of the Gorernment shall bo tamed to bitter aihef, and the dliunton which Sooth era rebeli eonld not accomplish ibatl be effected by Northern pelUIcUm. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN haa alrrxyi battled for the Gorernment and the flap, and now, when dlirnptlon of the Union p courted by eitremliU who, under the gntio of pure patrlotto principle, are rarenoaa for political power and place, the NATIONAL REPUBLICAN till battlu for the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 November 1866

.". T' -mrn.. i mi A T? XL. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN rOBUaHKD",DAlMrjJ satm or ASVnTttUQ.) Oi tqttntUft ?, W On iquit, loir daja., ' Oat qua, It lIr.4Jh)' OiMulBlziri.iitotVaJLla Irwr other dar UTtrtlMMnU, 80 for ei ...hm ... IN I.. 100 ... ID L Mil' tloial. 'TwlMftWMkUTftUMMkMtTfr' dltloaal. .editorial iftUMi U . yr Uaceeta ln.ertlon. LoUUMSSuUMrlUwklaMrUoi. AlftrtlMiuiti fon)ir.irtk haUtof Waiti.Tof per Ilitl ! UMrtlon fcaJfprU. lis IIbm or Itn fotitUnl qaar. IdVertl.enaaU iitill be beaded U beera alal look v. o PPIOIAl. Via Dbvibtmivt. 1 iBJtrrlxrOiVBtAt'iOrricB, ,1 WiixHaror. September It, 1M6. VTTT.lt ivn nvinfATmtfi mff thi riTMtiT Or BOUITIU ORDER TQI ACT TO-XQUAMZI BOD X TIES. 1PPSOTXD JOLT X8. ISM. I. All application ikftll be ft lad wltklt tb period f elx moatbe, rtom tit in 4f r wwMr, um, for aar parncnU art Mad a, eh all etaaalled by rtf (meat, battaltoni.or olher eetaraU orf aaltatloat, aal bo apBUcatloa 111 afUr tkal pot! akall W Mi ll aiiil tka formr ibnll tT beta paid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 November 1866

-THE NATIONAL REEUBLICANSATURDAY MOBNING..NOYEMBER 17. 1866. w. j. itonTAoiFTco , publish eiis. S. P. HANSCOM, EDITOR. SATUBDATMOBSIlia.i-OVKMBER 17, 1868. NTATE DEMalEUATIOX. Tiik Pkcsidekt and moat of the members of tho Cabinet, and the Cnnr JcsncE of the Supreme Oonrt of the United States, and tho OEtFRAMK-Cmsr of tho army wero In con. sulfation at tho Executive Mansion last even ing and Thursday evening, upon Important matters of State concern. IlANUER OF REJECTIKU THE I.ESSONN OF HISTORY. Whether tho l'.epnblio is saved or lost it is certain to become apparent to the American people that thcro has been great, very great danger in tho rejection by Congress of tho lessons of history. Among nil the republics, from that of tho Hebrews, under tho Judges, down to ours, not one remains' where civil discord prevailed for any considerable length of time. And no ripo statesman, from the tunes of the Hebrews down to tho present time, has left on record any other opinion than that internec...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 November 1866

w MtMavMxiutvM aafflfiaat THE NAHONAL HEPUBLICAK, SAIORDAY MOJLUMNG. NOVEMBEU 17. 1866. Wimt;U Qtyn$itm; XiOOAIj 3SJ3tU W, Tut VnorottzD New Steamship Lrai BE TWEEN THIS ClTT AMD NW 1Y0HC A. BUflUtig of lb. a subscribers to the itoek of the proposed ntw steamship Hot between Wuhlafton, Georgetown, Alexandria, ud Mow York wit bald last renlnf it the rooms of tha Board of Trade, Wm. Orme, Esq, Jn tbo ebatr, Had A. K. Shepherd seorstary, Mr. J. W. Thompson, from the eommttto to 10U0U nbMrlpttoDi to Iho atoek. reported thai number of vronlMnt business men had sabsoribed ilneo tbo iHt nootlDf. All tbo business bib stemtd lo bs favorable to the new line, end oil promised to patronise It. Mr. Orao pold bo wu sorry to no bait cm mm welt to bo ukodto Ukoitook. Ho hodfliltod several promlntot merchants on Water street la Georgetown, and uktd thorn why ther did not take itock. They rt piled they did not think tfaaro wu any mono la tbo now Hat. Tbo lino would bo u moeh benefit to Georgetown m t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 November 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 17. 18M. TUB WATIONAFj ItEPCDtlCAN. A OHEAT CAMPAIGN PAPER. READING FOR THE MILLION. CIRCULATE CIRCULATE' CIRCULATE I It tl manifestly traa that tbe political campaign upon which tbe country Ii juit entering U to bo a crisis of tmI Importance Upon tl will depend the deceit Interests of the United States Government inJ people llarlng passed through the ordeal of a clfit war triamphantly, It remalni to bo decided whether tha legitimate fruits of the united labon of those who united, without mpect of party, for tbe preierratton of tha QoTernment shall be turned to bitter aihei, and the diiunlon which Southern rebels could not accompllih lhall be effected by Northern pellttclani THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN baa always battled for the Government and the fiag, and now, when dliruptton of the Union is courted by extremtite who, under the guise of pure patriotic principle, are ravenous, for political power and place, the NATIONAL REPUBLICAN slt...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 November 1866

.11. (TOE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED. DAILY. ITU 0 aDTUTUlffO. bo HBtr, thr dtfi ... ;.... .w w L'Hiqnvi, laar s7i.f - tt Daaaaaara. Bfaaara . .,-- w Biatr,ilt4tTt , ""MI"-fjt I?TOth.f da tlfltUMmlU,(0 ml. M IbbbL tmi ft Mk UtwIIUBtlU, 7 P ml. ""A. -i . W i ..-- U.H OtUM UH.M pr 1 A UMrtlM parllaa aaaaaaaaat UMrtloM Half prlM. r . ... a ". ...... tit.. I. Main AOartlaaaaaata aaoala Va Baaaa4 1i fcafara lit b'alMk 9 m. U-V PP I 0 I AL Ad; ft Art auiiit'i ortici, I WAIEIWaTOV, upMBiir It, itw. J hinr.H mn Bsanr.iTfnM raw. tri patitiVY 1 or boo mis ohdir tni act to iquamsi BODHTIES. AFF BOVAD JOLT 28, 1IM. 1. Alt tpplUktloti ihtU U flUa wllhla lit mrtW af kli monthi, from Iht lit off 0Ur. 1Mb. M m Vr bb ptrmtBli ara aJa,BaaU U ataaallat f r(lmuU, battalion!, of attar aaparata arg a&ltatla bi, Bad bo appMcatloa Hod aftar an parlaa atall U aot llad oBtll tha forroar itallhaffa baaapaU. S. Wo ap pi to atloa iball b aalartaUaa aolaia bo rtolod I17 tbo or1iitt dlaibB-go of tbo aoldla...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 November 1866

fffltional jgciutbtoiu Vimlilnuton City. 1. C. w. J. sicnrAoii a co , rUBLisiiEns. S. T. UANSCOM. EDITOR. MOXDAYMOnNISO NOVEMBER 1, 1888 SVFFKACii:. Suffrage fliouh! be confcrrcJ l)j the States, that right being guaranteed to each State by the Constitution. Avdbhv Johnson is in favor of qnallflcd snrTrafro in Tennessee as a citizen of that State. Ho authorized ns, in behalf of the Chief ticcutivo of tho nation, to urge qualified suffrage for three classes of colored men ol this District, in April last, and at his suggetion we renewed the propo sition again in July, only about one week before Congress adjourned V,'c took special ruma to notify several radical Senators and Jteprescntatircs who were anxious inquirers on the subject that The I'rf.idvnt was in fj or of the plan proposed in tho IUrrou can Ihc radicals were afraid to touch the question and went home to their Eccral States and blackguarded Tub President, and declared that ho was oppoed to extending the right of suffrage to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 November 1866

THE NATIONAL BEEUBUO AW. MONDAY MOUNJNG. NOVEMBEK 19. 13W. i t . ' 7 ggatiottal ggMuMfim w LooALjrarws. OnrnAKs' OocT ite itiralt On Sat urday th. will or Uwl.l.HotxrtBul. wil (lad ,.. n.fth.1. anil mma.J. Th. .I0BtOri art dl mild to oollaot tha mbU, o., and imp th. Mlata lalMlnUlbUkIMnakmnMktd tk. at. of tmitj-afta Jtut. Kia. Harr D. Boala, ' dao.uad, and labart M. B.al., a ion, (wko ku dld line. tk. wltl waiaxartUd.) ar. oomln.lad u .x.antotf. ",.'" , ,, .. , . Tk. wilt of tk. Iat. Wm. Btdla tu at... Wlj anna and adaliUd Upr.bat.aad rM.rd. It aomtaatu blf daaiatar. Catbarla., and bll frlanda, Wm. I. D.atop and Joba Harbnrj. al .zw.t.rf, and bwaaath, nil mUI. to bU daasaUra, A oodl U to tk. 1H rabitltat.i tk. nam. of kli ion la l.w, W . R. woodward, Tor all daaibt.r, u on. or tk. oxcontort. Thi will of Martha R. WooIIit, of Fort W.tho, Indiana, wu fall proTin and admltUd to probata and record. Jokn K.M-r, of Niw Tork ellj-. oa. of tko . ton namid In tki will of tk. .at. Jaaab Lownt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 November 1866

3-TBidrHIMUtt -THE- NATIONAL BJEPUBLIOAN. MOjtoA-MOTrittNGr. NOflER 19. 1866,- THE NATIONAL BEriTBIilCAN A GREAT CAMPAIGN TAPER, READING FOR TUB MILLION. CIRCULATE ' CIRCULATE ' CIRCULATE I It U minlieitly true thmt the political campaign upon which the country lijait entering U to b a crlilf of rait Importance Upon it will depend the dear it Interriti of the United SUtei Government &nd people lit ring puied through the ordeal of a cMl war triumphantly, tt remalu to he JeclJed whether tho legitimate fruits of the united labor of those who united, without reipeet of party, for the preservation of the Government ihallbe turned to titter ashes, and the disunion which Southern rebels cooIJ not aeeomplliri eball be effected by Northern politician THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN hu alwiyi battled for the Qorernme&t and the flag, and now, when disruption of the Union ji courted by extreralitf who, under the gulie of pure patrlotlo principle, are ravenous for political power and place the N...

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

7T n i n py TIIE-NATIONAIHIEPUBHOMH Mj atimuxl 'Htpnbtujint. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. rUBillBHKti pjjSy. Oat iqtrttkrfiliyi.(ii J on Hsu, iU .. !! ; !,$ l""V . ..i -. .- -.l . . ...... TBI 1UTIOJUL KirDBLICAR la ,BBl!aaal .Tary maratsf (taaaf aaaaplad) b W '.atttTi.i a Co ,-. IU Rlath atrxt.aai la faral.l.l v. aaaaarlbara (ij aanlar.) al Tlaaata par moalb Mall iBbaarlbara, s 00 par bbbbmi U00 far alt oatha aa4 II 00 for laraa moataa, (.Mrlotly ( ad a. 1t a.pla. .a. jaar, 133 00 11.(1. aoplaa, I aaata. TBI WIIKLT lUTlONat, RlTDBLlCiH l pBbll.aadaTarf Prldaf morata, t Oaa caff ... j.ar tlOO; Tbrt. aoplaa o.a jraar, IM; T.a aoplaa obb jalr.lljoa Local mtrtlM MM Mt llat, eeak UM.rtUi. MIMT1U BOH .,- . VOL. VI. WASHINGTON CITY. D. C. TUESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 20. I860. NO. 804. ltl, Tor lUit, toil ami TomiC. oaa ItMrtloi, U tkU ! fVI tvmmr, an - t- -- -- vtr lli l wqit UMrtlu kali prlo. .. 11 J., b lu Illula a A4ruemita anoalt ko Ual4 la Wort ( 'ife . Th PnblU LaiTO of tho...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 November 1866

M yiniMWf irmDv mr WttarAiiiett;on Cttjr, aVC,. . W. J. MURTAOH A 00 ,'JPpBLI8HERa 8.F.HAN8COM, EDITOR.' TUESDAY JtORKlNQ :.. NOVKMBER JO, 1U. THE PRESIDENT. Yesterday was a busy day at the White House. There veto mora than two hundred caller, about fifty of whom were ladies. Among the most distinguished were Sena tor Nuxmi, of Oregon; Majors General Dix, Sickus, .Blair and Stovmab; Hon. Mr. Rakdall, M. 0 , of Pa.; Hon. Joux Mortitis 8ir and Hon. Mr. Fox, M. 0.i elect, of New York; lion. Moxioomitr Buia, and Col lector Corcu, of Boston. To-day, Tnx PaxoiotNT will Tiait Balti more and participalo in the Masonic cere monies to come off there. IHPEACHMEJtT OF THE PREM DENT. "It is generally expected that Congress, immediatelyupon reassembling, will impeach and denote the President, when the Presi dent of the Senate will become the legal suc cessor of Mr. Lincoln as head of the Republic. For we cannot forget that this is still the presidency of that illustrious sleeper, and the removal ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 November 1866

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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. — 20 November 1866

? . --.- Brf.iriv "Ttn - "" T-Tisv-tajl a cfoiaoi.krXiaN'i'A'FEli1 , r ill ii - '! ) hJn. K K i -A fE t l.U .A i r -r. i J 4 ..... BBAMNO KB imt, KILUOH. a TrSlnt. CIRCULATB t .ea OIBCULATB! C1BCCLATJ! - r-- a It U buITmUj Ira. that tha palMoti iiW apoa walia tka country lijntt antarfaa ll'u'V atitii of rait imporlAaoa." TJpoa'U will dapaaa Ua dair.il lataraiU at tha TJaUa4 EUtM,QfTtnnat al paopla. a Harlaj paiaai throat Ika tab! a elrll war trlupfcaatlr, It tt'malal to ba daoloaJ whatair tita'lagUlm'ata fralUjof tha salta lahoraS of tab., who tuilUJ, without nipKl of party, for tha prarratloa of Ha aoTimmaat ihallba tantad to blitar aihaa, an! ta dtionlon Which Boalhtn rahals aaata aot aaaoapuili ihall la alaelaa.bT' Horthara patUtolaas. THB NATIONAL BXPUBLICAN hu alwxyi VattlalfM tha 8oTarxtaiit.aal laa tag, and bow, whan dlinptlaa of tha Caiaa p eoutad hj axtraaditi who, aatar tka galas of vara patriltlo priaclpta, ara raronou for poUIUal poWar and plaea, tha c NATIONAL REPUBLICA...

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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