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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 July 1861

ivmimwimm mi z f jl ,-. ' ni'nn r '.i r- UE .NATIONAL REPUBLICAN , IB PUBLISHED ' EVERY MORN IN 0, (hi "Diva cxi'Bfim,) i N-vuntb iTfft, tt-i.r J5, op(wlt the flerwal I Toil Offer, i.r RATES OF ADVERTISING. On square, three days M One square, four days.,,,..., , x.2ft One square, five days , i.V) One iqnare, lit days ,,. 1,7 One equate, two weelis., , ..,., 3.75 One square, three weeks M a.60 One squart, one month ,.., 4.00 One eqnnre, three months 10.00 One square, six months 16.00 Onesqnare, one year ,. 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty pr cent, additional j once a week advertisements rharge.1 as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cent Una Advertisements Inserted Inside, 33 per eent. advance. Ten lines or less constitute a aqnar, H ,t jiniTAon i n VERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cent C t-r trfck,ryhlo (o the carriers. To mill subscriber!), three dollars and fifty o mta per annum, payablo la advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 25, ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 July 1861

I't' Wit -TV TuhttUtion OfflM, eorM tflduna avenue) and Beoood lb Gcteril Il Offiua. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAOn & CO. 0IOR0X M. WKSTON, Editor NATIONAL KEPUBLirAN. Thursday, July 25, 1861. ST No nJi(Tl!omiiiU or notices, except to regular ad 'lruiert, will b" inscrtnl without jjtnont la Mvtnco. J.The several States are patriotically ten dering large forces. Illinois proffers seventeen and Indiana ton regiments. 'It is stated, and we belicvo with truth that the War Department has just accepted the services of cigttj thousand volunteers. Some hare already started for the seat of war. Tbo arrival of General McCIellan is awaited with much anxiety. His appoint ment to the command of the department of the Potomac has diffised general joy among sol diers and statesmen. fWo learn tbs.i uie War Department yes terday issued an order looking to the thorough orjinization and effi iency of tho army of the P;touiHC. Ono cf tho features Is, we learn, that the commanding officers shall be exami...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 July 1861

SS SS rtTDxrrTsnnrB A New Brsxcui,oaii!u CaNnoiV. Captain W O. Shcrin, of Ohio, (Queer? City Fljlug Artillery.) la row in tfaia city, with u modi.l of wiat we must regard aa decidedly tbe simpliat, most durable, And rapid-firing cannon vei jet Invented. There ia ve ry little machinery about it noihinjr to pet ont of order. A cylinder to run through the breech, horizontally, and at' riuht nnjtlefl'with the barrel. This cylinder ia slipbtly conical to avoid becoming too tight when heated by continuous firing, and turns from loading to n firing position by a crank, which movea aroand a quarter ot a circle. The born iu the cylinder is the same sizo of the . cj Under turns so as to meet the bore of the barrel. 'J he load is dropped in at, thS trip. The principle ii somewhat similar to that of a common luucet, such as wo see in barrels filled with fluid, and looks very much like a large faucet. Tbo only wonder is, that it had, not been inveuted a hundred years ago. ' f Oue part of it, how...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 July 1861

Vtxrj Supr-''' - ltei-'88. r. UtraarMurr, Bateau os" Pi ovuiunb an' Cl" hlnr, Time II, 1M1. EPARATE PROPOBAl, sealed andeodoued lT I'ioimimU for Navv bupuliM," will be re ceived t tbil Bureau until 9 o'clock A. W. on Wennesday. the 24th dav of July next, fur fu . nlihlt.g and delivering (on receding tend)s' notice, oxcept for blicult, for which five days' noUce shall bo given for every twenty thousand pounds required) at the United States Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, inch quanti ties only of the following articles as may be re quired or ordered from the contractors by the chief of this bureau, or by the commanding offi cer of the Mid Navy Yard, during the fiscal year ending Jnne 30, 1B2, Tit: Biscuit, flour, riec, dtled apples, pickles, su gar, tea, heanj, moles, vinegar, and whisky. ne msru'.t snail be made wnolly rrom sweet superfine flour, ol the rninufacture of the year 18G0 or 181, but shall In nil cases bo rutnufoc tured from flour made of tho crop immediately preced...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 July 1861

. ' -' - - -Vi'u7!--V'--,,,-V'-;1-t-"- 'aTl : ' t ff1i.'.iT 1 1 M-WL jBBS THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ob square, three days $1,00 One square, four day. l.'j& Oni' square, five day jso One square, six day ..,...; t.tft One Square, two weeks 2.7s One fquarethre week. 1 3.60 One square, one month........ 4.00 One square, three months 1 10.00 One square, six months 16.00 One square, on year ..80.00 Every other day advertisesaents, tttj per cent, additional once week advertisement charged a new for each insertion. , Inserted only once,1 ten cents' Use Advertisement Inserted Inside, 33J pw cent, advance. Ten line or leas constitute square. IS PUBLISHED EVRRY MORNING, (fliistUTB rxcrrrin,) Or. fli-TnUi ilrt, n'ar K, oppcslte the 0norl Poet 081c, by W. J MUBTAOH A (Hi. TEIIM8. To city subscribers 1L1 and a quarter cent per week, payablo to the carrier. To mall subscribers, three dollar and fifty atiairal . r Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1861. ! No. 204. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 July 1861

V4 8aJRs! Av v: in'rrrifiaea Publication Office, comer nf IihIiiiii rou ui'l Socond rtrtct. Iiiirorkleofp' .nMvcolhiiUTl,crslt tha Oeoersf Pot ODtee. PUBLISHED BY W. .1. MURTAnH CO. OF.OKGF. it. WFSTOH, Llllor NATIONAL BEPUBLICAN. Friday, July 20, 1861. jWMxivnllvTwnn notlCM except to reRulrit Tdrtlsf re, ki loaned ultboat psimeM In lTnc. BG8" The Weezly Republican is out this morning, with a full Recount of the battle at Bull Run, and a complete summary of the events of the week general and local. Price four cents. t&" Oen. Banks left Baltimore, in a special train, for Harper's Ferry on Wednesday after noon, to tako command of the army formerly commanded by Oen. Patterson. Transfer. Mr. James 0. Clephane has re signed a clerkship in the Census Bureau, to accept of an appointment as phonographic clerk in Quartermaster General Meigs's office. S& Col. Hartley B. Boone, of the fifth Mis sissippi Regiment, was taken prisoner in the battle on Sunday. ,86?" General Cadwalader arri...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 July 1861

r LOCAL NEWS Military Movement! in the City ARRIVAL OP THE TENTH PF.NNSYt.VAffIA RFHI MBNT. This regiment, nnmbering over a thousand meu, ormcd litio na Wednesday. They ore enlisted for three years, and is known an the re served corps. The regiment in recruited from I lie northwe'stern part of Pennsylvania,, and comprises a very fine looking body of men. There officers are ; ' Colonel MeClemont, Lieut. Colonel Kirl;, Mnjor Allen, Adjutant Smith, Quartermaster Evans, Snrgeon Rhorer, Assistant Surgeon Kennev, and Captains Cummin. McConnell, Over, McDaniel, Knox, Adama, Warner, Part ridge, Ayer, and Miller. ARRIVAL Or THE SEVENTH UNNSTLVAHU. This regiment, numbering 1,04$ stout, able bodied men, arrived here at one o'clock yester day morning. The men in this regiment are 17611 used to the management of fire-arms, and trill undoubtedly render good service. Their officers are : Colonel E. B. Harvey, Lieut. Colonel J. Tot ten, Major Lyman, Adjutant A. B. Sharpe, Quartermaster Lane, Surgeo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 July 1861

'y wKi-.- Tirtmztj ARMY SUPPliES. J Orricc Ansti CioiDmo and Eqtrmoi, J Comer if Jloicard ad Mercer tlrttli, New York, July 17, 1861. i OEALKD PROPOSALS are Invited and ill be it O reoclved at this office uutll 12 o'clock, M.,oa j' Thurify the 8th day ot Augu tneit, when they will be publicly opened, for furnishing by contract the following Army Supplies and Material, de I llvcrert at such place or places In the city of f New York np ra ty be hereafter designated, In J quantities as required, vie . 200,000 tin canteens, with cork stoppers, 3 ptnts,to weigh 11 i ounces without the stopper; to be corned with cloth after an Inspection has ' been nude of them. 200,000 canteen straps. 23,000 ramp kettle;, sheet Iron, 3 sizes, In i nests 18 $ pounds. 07,000 mess pans, sheet Iron, weight 2 pounds. 1 700 Iron pots with balls. i 30 000 felling axes, cast steel, best qnallty,45, 6, and 6 pounds. 00,000 axe handles, best hickory. 27,01,0 camp hatchets, cast steel, best quality, 13 ounces. 6,00...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 July 1861

"lIC NATIONAL REPUBLICAN in pitblishkd li7KJlY MOKNIKO, nXD-n IICEPISD,) i -.math street, near It, opposite the Unrtl HATES OF ADVERTISING; One square, three days. . .'.,$1.00 Ohm square four,dtyM ,, ,... 1.25 One equaro, five days -.-... ) GO One square lit days. . , ..,. I 78 One square, two weks a, 75 One square, three lieekr ,,. ., i.-Sd One sqnarv, oneJEKm'tiv.,..,., ,.,. ... 4 on fine eqnare, three month . . m , One square, six months icon One square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent. c CW V Post Office, by W. J. AIUBTAOU Oil. LJ aaiiuonai ; once a weeK advertisements cnargw as niw for each insertion. Inserted only once, tea cent a line Advertisement Inserted inside, 33J per cent. advance. Ten lines or les constitute a square. ro city subscribers elr and a qnatter oenti per week, payablo to the carrier!. To mall subscribers, three- dollan and fifty ocntB per annum, payable la advance. Vol, I. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1861. No. 205. JH f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 July 1861

& V I i i i V a FolUctlfon Office, &n-T cf Iodiaoa arcnae tod Stoond Itreet. Depot for talc of I 1W un COTtnth street, opposlto lb Gtaenl Pott Office PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAGH A CO. QEORtH: M. WESTON, Kdltor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Saturday, July 27, 1861. So adrcrturnirau or notlcM, except to rrirular d T'rtivrs, will bn lnvrtnt without pijnitnt In advance. jfsjT" Brigadier General Phillip Kearney baa been ordered to report here for doty. Confirmed. The appointment of Col. W. B. Laraon, as Marshall of the District of Co lombia, was yesterday confirmed by the Senate. Re-established. The Postmaster General yesterday re established the post office at Har per's Ferry, Virginia, reappointing William M. Brown (Unionist) postmaster. Appointed and Removed. Thos. E. Roach, of Wilmington, Delaware, has been appointed to a $1,400 clerkship in the Post Office Depart ment, vice Allen Goodridge, of Michigan, re moved. The Hok. Alfred Elt. We are happy to be able to relieve the fears of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 July 1861

jr til - -- M J LOCAL NEWS Military Movement! in the City. AHHIVAL UK 1IIR THIRD LXOELHIOK REU1MKKT. About six o'clock yesterday morning, the third regiment of Gent ral Sickles s brigade arrived. The regiment numbers one thousand nnd forty ix mun, all of whom are substantial, athletic men. They are greatly superior In many re spect to those composing the second regiment. The uniform of the companies is somewhat varied the greater number wearing dark blue jackets and pantaloons, while of the remainder one company wore a gray cloth uniform, with cap of the same material, nnd one1 other had dark hunting shirt and bine pantaloons. They are proviaea wnn army overcoats, ot heavy mate- rial. jcigui. ui me cumpames composing we regiment are armed with Springfield muskets of 1842 patent, the remaining companies march ing without arms. The men have been well drilled while In camp, and march with great precision. A dram and fife corps often, with a portion of the regimental band, under Pro fes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 July 1861

'If W-" 1 l! i ;i V INATIONAL RtrMlCAN. OFFICIAL " LW.S Of THE UNITED STATES Poind at the First Settion of iht Thirty-sntnt Conurrii. Public No. 9. AN AOT authorizing tho Secretary of the Treasury to remit fines and penalties in curred in certain cases. Be it enacted by the Senate arid House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be and he is hereby authorized to pay, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to tho person or persons entitled to receive the same, the amount of snch fines or penalties as have been incurred and paid by the owners or masters of vessels since lbe flirt day of December, eighteen hundred and sixty, in consequence of their failure to pro duco to collectors of the customs the clearances or other papers prescribed and required by the laws of the United States regulating the issue of marine papers, and the foreign and coasting trades : Provided, That the Secretary of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 July 1861

euraptv --"v--- TPT ' ciscsa iii -Ji v-m-mr rnr 'rw ITF. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN ff, PITBLISHKD KVEUY HOBNIHO, (niiNPiTH Exrirrxn,) i'.. wTcinii U-st, neat K, opposite tbe General i RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three in Hi. $i;oa. One square, four days l.VB ' Outt square, fire days. , 1....1.., 130 One square, six days ,. , 1 75 One square, tiro weeks. ,..,., , 2.T9 One square, threvweeks j.; 'n,R0 One. square, onawonth..... 4.00 1 QSaficriFal .ww ' ' jo? meawMiiw Pout Office, by unit aiuare, three months...... in.00 One square, six months. .....'...'....L... .:..;. 16.00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty par cent., additional; once a week advertisements charged as sew for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cente a line P Advertisements Inserted Inside, 3.tt per 'cent, advance. - Ten lines or less constitute a square. ' W. .!. MITHTAQH A 00. i .LJ0WSG f-ffcjrjj. 10 ony subscribers ill and ft quarter cent par week, payable to the carriers. To mall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 July 1861

V' N, Ptuti AN Ti ct Hep xn C the' P5M othe enti fine! paid fhe and duci or u 1rw of n trad. Tre. thei of I, curt thej by t at i' rin law i Sec nut Tre per the! an col Vit hut nP c Sec cut COI C01 Ddl, lac ia col t:o Wit UOt op t sbf tur r (01 wi on R, in be tb an dr aJ tK et at d( t to 01 ce al tb th L'l m P' tb E a d fv d -v :X IILL I. 1' N. -V. . fiihlfcftllda Offlefl. eonter of Indian iTenbnod Seoeoi (tTML Pcpol for 1 of papers on Seventh siroct, ofpoem Um Centre! Poet Offlce, PUBLISHED BY W. J. MUBTAGH k CO. OKOROK Jl. WKHTO.V, Bailor. NATIONAL 11EPUBLICAN. Monday, July 29, 1861. -No adTerllwnn'nH or nKkw, ejeept t remilM ! f rtiwr, wilt V inserted without rrment In advance. General McCleilan Arrived. Nothing can excite a more lively interest in this city than the positive knowledge that General McCIellan has arrived and taken command of the troops both sides of the Potomac. His brilliant success in Mexico, bis appoint ment as one of a commission to visit and make a report of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 July 1861

i i LOCAL NEWS Military Movement in the City. mnlVAt. UK TUB TU1BD VERMONT RrUIUKNT. This splendid-looking regiment, 000 strong, artived here about three o clock on Saturday morning. It is one of the finest regiments vet mustered into the service, its superiority lying in ihe extremely muscular and stalwart phys ique of the men. In different companies where the trouble was taken to find out, the average height was 6 feet 10 inches, and average weight 161 to 168 pounds. The tallest man in the regiment is 6 leet 6 inches in his stockings, and the number of " six footers" Is sufficient to form a company. They are dressed in a serviceable grey uniform and fatigue cap, and armed with the Minie rifle. They wild, from all appear ances, give a good account of themselves be fore they return home. . Colonel Smith is a graduate of West Point, and served in the Mexican war as captain of a company of United States infantry. He is a Vermonter, and distinguished for great bravery as well as milita...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 July 1861

s i it ! Ilhlll I II .j) PU4 I' AN" C! ! in c thel, par! oth cnti fine) pai fhe end duo or . taw , of a trad Tre thci oft car at l rim la fc' S nui per tbe( am i col ' Vil hu ai J r.ut col eo ' nd 10 ' CO t:o w b op v Eh: Ul pc (O Til 00 It- in b( tb K 41 ' J et ai 4 a- ! dl ft. it H ci 5 r n d d NATIONAL UErUBIJCAN. OFFICIAL LAWS 0" THE UNITED STATES Passed at ths Firit Sution of the Thirtysmenth Congress. Public, No. 13 AN ACT to authorize the employment of volun teers to aid in enforcing- the laws and pro tecting public property. Wherous certain of the forts, arsenals, custom houses, navy yards, and other property of the United States have been seized, and other violations of lav? have been committed and are threatened by organized bodies of men in several of the States, and n con spiracy has been entered into to overthrow the Government of the United States : There fore, Be it enacted by (he Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assemble...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 July 1861

A (xtte jf fii 40 k-r VHE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 13 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (RuwntTB FirrrTFn,) or Mi)iitti tiieei, near K, opposite the (linl Pout Office, by W J M1TBTAOH A 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three daya .'..if 1.00 One aquar. four daya 1.33 1 One aquare, fire days... Ju I One aqusre, til days 1.75 I One square, two week t 2.76 Oue aquare, thiee weeks. ,,..,.t.... 3.50 One square, ono month 4.00 One square, lore months , 10.00 One square; "all monthly 16.00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent additional once a week advertisement charged as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents a Une. Advertisements Inserted Inside, 33i per cent. advance. Ten lines or lets constitute a square. fCffAlfA. fn city saheerihera eix and n quartet cent! per week, payable tn the carriers. To mall Subscribers, three dollars and fifty wnts per annum, payablo In advance. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESbAY, JULY 30, 1861. No. 207. mmmsm , iinjatiuajr "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 July 1861

-v ' - - N VA .2fc& Al W the , payl1 othji ent fine' pal! be and due or law, of I trat" Tri; the' off cur the' by,1 at, i Set nut Tnl pe' the", am'; eol Vi hu ! I r.u" S in i rf oi fi u p' ? si d a: e P u w It r t" h e S i' t' S t" t CO COf ad lM io.! COI t'.c w bo op 1 Eh la. Tc (O wi oo 3 r J 1 R in, b( th hi a at a. a d ic, I p IV i a t) t, ci it P.' u r a I A d I L c 1 c c t. 'I t J V . -PnbUctt'on Office, coinfr of Indand tooo an Bioc3t ftreM. UcpotrortafonfrrraraI&Teiitoiilenlw U General It Office. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MUBTAGH 4 CO OKOKOR V. WKSro.V, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, July 30, 1861. &r No dTfrttmrou or Dotl ejcepi to rfjukr ml. rniscr, will b lowrtM without payment In adTam g&" There will be a public reception at the Executive Mansion, this (Tuesday) evening, be tween the hoars of 8 and IIP. M. g9" Gov. Stevens, of Washington Territory, is reported to have been appointed to the com mand of the New York Highland regiment. The regiments for the ...

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

'NEW S CITY COUNCILS. Board op ALUKitME.". The Board met tit tha nsnnl hour, r.n J was railed to order by th Pres idn.1t. Present, Ml Ibo membera uxpept Mr. Wendell. Communications were received from the Mayor approving an net to prohibit lathing except in certain limits. One nominating William Harper policeman, in plnpe of II. Harrover, resigned, was referred to the Committee on Police, ana uue transmitting a bill from Messrs. Derupsey & O'Toole, for engraving plates for certificates of indebtedness, referred to the Committee on Finance. Mr. Moore, from the committee, reported back a 4ill to repair the sido walk on F street, be tween Eleventh and Twelfth streets ; which was passed. The nominations of Charles Walter, police magistrate of the seventh district, In place of Thomas C. Donn, and James Hennlng, sexton of the Western Burial Ground, In place of Guy Graham, deceased. An act from the lower Board, providing for building a shed at the Northern Market,-was referred to the Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 July 1861

AEMY SUPPLIES. Orrici Army Ciothixo ahd JfourrAos, Corner et Hoicard and Mercer struts, New York, July 17, 1861. SEALED PROPOSALS we Invited od will be received at this office until 12 o'clock, M.. on Thursday, theStb day of Auguit next, when they will be publicly opened, for furnishing by contract the following Army Supplies and Material), de lirered at such place or places In the city of New York as nisy be hereafter designated, in quantities as required, tit'. 200,000 tin canteens, with cork stoppers, 3 pints, to weigh 1 1 J ounces without the stopper ; to be covered with cloth after an inspection has been nude of them. 200,000 canteen straps. 25,000 camp kettles, sheet iron, 3 Giles, in nesta 18 pounds. 7,000 mess pans, sheet iron, weight 2 pounds. 1.700 iron pots with balls. 30,000 felling axes, cast steel, best quality, 4, 6, and 6 pounds. 60,000 axe handles, best hickory. 37,000 camp hatchets, cast steel, best quality, 18 ounces. 64,000 Ratchet handles, best hickory. 27,000 p...

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