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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 April 1866

mmmmmmmmm i ill 1U ' ' . " ' i i I J I , Hatouitl 'HIE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN i i PUBLISHED DAILY. JIIEJATIONAL REPUBLICAN a, -.-I 1 1 rUDUBHED DAILY. 11 up THI JfATIOJAI, BirUSLlCl I iblIsod overr eaovaUff (laaJays exeeptW) by W 3 Kpbtaosi 4 Co., JTvIl Vlath street, aad Is furalsat4 to sabecrlbr (by arrlere) at 13 mbU pr meat. Kail sikseribers, $8 00 per aaia, li.06 for ate koalas aad 1100 for tare month. ImvarUbtp in o4 mhos. FIts eoptee eae year, $30. 00. fte apple, 0 Mat. TBI W1UXT JTAT10KAL XSrUBlICAjr la pibllahel every Friday morals g t Oa eopy eae year, II 00 1 Thr epte oa year, O.Wj Tea . yr, $14.00, r dm or JBTianiiaa. On eqiare, three aa.l.. ....... .... 00 Oee eqeare, foar eeje..... .... - w Oaeeqaere, fee Sere. tfr 5 5 eqeere, elxeeTe. ..4.4 ... W lTery .tier tor UtrtliuU,tO Mat ill- tioaai. TwlMMkUMiuu,fgr MtM lltloaal. Ulurlel MIm N toil ft UMHk luartUa. Iwal aotleee M seal. Ml lae, eAIMtl.. ia.nrtlMm.au aoialaf uinlM kee4a o Welle, Tor el., Tor Baal, Uel aa4aaaa, aaa la...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 April 1866

WR5i 1 1 . Ifc' IK' n JJ&L Svnslilnaton City. I. O. W. J, MURTAOH A CO., rUBLI3IIER3. a r. nANscbu, editor WEDNESDAY M0RNIH1;i:::::APRII. 35, 18M. THE MEXICAN UUKNTION. There it nothing more certain than that the tympathjr of the American people is un- equlTocslljr In faror of tho Republic of Mexico, and against the Imperial Govern ment twhlch has been foisted with French bayonets opon that unfortunate country. That sympathy Is profound and almost nnl Tersal, and is ready to demonstrate Itself on all proper occasions, in any feasible way. Another thing is equally clear, and that is, that the Monroe doctrino Is accepted in this nation by all sections and by all parties. The North and South, tho East and West, alike gireW it their cordial approval. It has not only been tho immemorial creed of tho Democratic organiiatlon, but in the national convention of 18M, which placed in nomina tion AsRiUin Lwcols and Axdrkw Jouxson, it was Incorporated as a part of the political faith of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 April 1866

Wvml tmWtm orricuL.) tiNinin or f its. I ... , wssiuros.ajrilii, iMiJ ilnrormaUonhubtenrecelTed at thla Do. pai -tment from Mr. Winn P. Mamck, tho Ooiunlof Iho United Statu at Na.U, Japan, of tho death, on the J9th of May 1865, at Nagasaki, of MaauirrJ DnotiM-rJ a seaman belonging to tho ihlp "0a .in'n! Information has also been rocol j ZL tho name source, of tho death. W ... rom tho tUb of October, 1865. at t," W.? of A. Al.BUUOlf.ii an,.n t.i "O P'tt. Beater." "UpW.W. "Xtr,. sriaTimeririta. Tnfnm.lln., J,.. 1 iTOI, ItfU U IMS. I m.,(m( rv, t Mceltcd at thia De ri m.ri i J. U.OO.Dmsi,thoVlce Amoor rlT- lfc? F""1 Stole' l the 28th " death, by drowning, on n or Juno, 1864, at lea, of AnoLrn j a seaman belonging to the barque Vf, SeaTcr." Tho leiral representatives Of tho deceased can (flilain further Informa tion by addressing this Department. LOCAL AFFAIRS. OsmMBr. Died, at iho elty of Washing ton, on Bonder, tie 331 iaetaat, 3 at ft Thomas rrt, mi of lb. delegates of thi Ch.rok.. n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 25 April 1866

-THE NATIONAL R&UBLIOA& TODEDAY MoRNIGf. iPML 25. 18uln V ' k gj'ajfiotat gUpnWifiin. WKDHE8DAT M0RNIHO ! APBIIi , . c orricut LAWS OF TnE"UNITED STATES. IUMd at th. Flnt Saaal.a of Ik. Ikirtj. ninth Congr.. Public UraoLcnos No. 24. Joirr Kisoli-ttox annotating; raanacen for the National Asylum for disabled volun teer soldiers Jlttolveil by the Senate and llotltt of Rep- rttemaitvei oj rn umiea aiaiee o uimenca it Conqren auembled, That the followioe persons be, and they aro hereby, appointed managers of the National Asylum for dis abled volunteer soldiers, under the provisions and conditions of the thin section of the act approved March twenty three, eighteen hundred and sixty-six: IUcliard J. Oglesby, of Illinois, Benjamin F. llutlcr, of Jlassachu setts, and Frederick Smyth, of New Hamp shire, of the first class, to serve six years, Lewis It. (lunckel. of Ohio, Jay Cook, of Pennsylvania, and I. Joseph Ostcrhaiu, of Missouri, of the second thus, to servo four I ears, John I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 April 1866

TUE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN r Tlffi NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAIX.Y. PUBLISHED DAILY. satis or adyirtmhci M Oil ifcr,tlirM4ftr .. WOO Ounigut, roar dtjf jJJJ Oniqaui, 11 dijs, f 0 Oiia-Hiiiri, slx47 ........ ... S 00 lTr otlsr dsT idTirtlMmiU, 00 tT lilt, addi tional Twles wttk aaTiitlsamiali, f A pr Mat. aa minii. .. . Mltorlil aitUaa M mU ft llai,aufc Ussrtloi, UU0UBMMIIWll,MlMrUO iTHtlHaMU(MlirillflkllM4lO(Wull,rf fata. Tor JUl Loss uirmf liwlWi.tsw nits Mfllit I silss-qisil lrt1iJir prl. Bis lias r Imi anstUaU ft Iqaars. AdTrtlMBU ihialt ba .baadid U Won aJu a'alosk ik THI WATTO-TAL BirtTSUCllT Is published every aaeralar (laaeeye esoopted) by W, x.XeatAH a Co.,sTo. ill Jtlalk atreet,aa U faralsaid le sab.erlbere (by eenlere) al 7f eeate per month. Il.lt sabeerleere, M.00 per aaaasa M CO fee elz oaths j aad 11 00 for three laeatbe, (Mortally (is ad wsaes. rise eeplee oee year, U. 00. Slag le eoplee, S eeate. Tilt VrilKLY VanOS IX SXnTBLICiJf la peall.aed srsry Tridey meratag I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 2G, 1866. 1' gjHttounl gcpMiTim Vortilnnton City, . C. VT. J. MUKTAOII k CO., rUBLISHEItS. 8. P. nANSCOM, EDITOR. THURSDAY MORSINO :AFRIL It, 1868. HUFFRAGE IN TOE DINTOICT OF COIXJII1IA. The bill which passed tho House nearly two months slnct, proTiding universal suf frage for the District of Colombia, has been quietly laid away In the files of one of the Senate committees, and has not as yet been acted upon. It Is rumored by tho corre spondents of various papers that the subject U soon to bo called up, when the House bill will be approved by the Senate. The reason given for this spasmodic revival of Interest In the welfare of the colored man is to dis cover who Is the "best friend" of tho negro race. The President,, in his remarks to the black people of this District a few days ago, said they would find out in time "who ncrc their real friends." The Senate, being ex ceedingly anxious to have this all-important matter settled, propos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY M&KNINGr. APEIL 20.. 1866. official. AaIDRKW JOHNSON, Frotdoa.t ttf the) Umltod. IU4 or America Toalluhemit mayeon&mt Satisfactory evldonce hating been exhib ited to me that Martin Lxwisbai been ap pointed Vice Consul of Denmark for the State of Maryland, to reside at the port of UolUmore, I do hereby recognize him as inch, and declare him free to exercise and enjoy such functions, powers and prM leges as are allowed to Vice Consuls by tho law of nations, or by the laws of the United States and existing treaty stipulations be tween the Government of Denmark and the United States. In testimony whereof. I hare caused these Letters to bo made Patent, and the Seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed. Glren under my hand at the city $f Washington, tho twentieth day of April, In the year of our Lord one l. a thousand eight hundred and sixty six, and of the Independence of the United States of America, the nine tieth. ANDREW JOHNSON. By the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 26 April 1866

mrmtmmmmmem Yrom the Iveataf FeeL JOTIIAH TWITTKJl'l HKPLT TO IIO- BKA DIU.COW. Ritrack from Mr. nose. Billow's Poem la tht "Atlanttk Muntklt" on Kekooitn.kit.uD RmiVU .f ttia Ranth. Ulster Biff law IftTI. ' for Jcaeadta their - "' " T wu'l kted m raore'a tht rtkbla ton' My hat t hu... faHl imM front ntfcalel Iteraa. i That pitta II lick weathercocks do hsrnst Oaee on ft Una tke wolves had cartlaf nita lat.de the fold i tkir eted to alMp tbei? nights. Am', hole eoeilaa ' tit dec. TkeU Urn el wetckta', readier at a hook Bat somehow, whoa the docs kad lot asleep Tkalr lota o maltoa heal tfaalr Iota e' sheep, Tin iradtllr th aaepherde seme 14 see Tklaf a wara't arola thsr'd esik U he, B the ! off dseen lo rcB.eat.rnte Aleaf'lh lha walraa aa iff a 'em to ro straight; Tber did a' eeem la tat muck hy tke deaeoa. Nor proaebla' dlda'aaw em, aalteopoek ee Fla'lr lt.tr swore that they'd fooataa' slay, Aa bar their 111 a muttoa every dayt Thf a dogs aft' afeapkarda, arur mack kard demmla'.. Ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 April 1866

ri . Mfl I'-VJ1 '"' ,tf,"P r , ,, - .., t HIE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN THE -NATIONAL REPUBLICAN- - 1 rtoUSHBD DAILY. mi XiTIOHL MTVtlKlX FUBLIBHHD DAILY. j- -. 1ATM OT 1DTIBTIIIM0. Om Htkrlkrt aUri ........ 'OBtqir, foir aliri, ....li.l ftq"t tri.. .. ..100 I, ,.111.1,4 nirfumltl (la,,?, JpUJ) kj W.' J.MiriTl.. Co., . (11 mat. HrM,.al U faral.aU sen 860 lo nDHilbar, (V aarrUr.) .1 f aaU Jf aaoala. Hall aabwrlbara, M.00 par aaaa UOO far ale Hoatka l aad 9t 00 far lata. Maataa, tntariabtf in mi aw Ylra ao,!aa .aa jaar, ISflLOO. Ilagla aapUa, I aata. TBI WIULTBXTIOXAI, MTtUttpU la paall.a.a' ,ry TiUif naralaff I Oaa M.f ... jw. It 00 j Tam aoplaa .a. yaar. 9S00J Ta. faplaa ... raaMUOO, . Itwt tir dt dfrtlMMffU,M mt Mat. ftMl' UvmL. TwUwk4TtrUMMU,ffptr NtlM Slltoihl, 7 - ,, r vm -, iai7ia4h MltoiW BotUM IS MlU ff lia,Ma IIHtUtl. tMl loUtM 19 MlU u mi us, iBMrua. ittltr iMtrUi kf4ar WfttuLror A4TrtlMBtiU(a VOL. VI. WASHINGTON ClTYk D. C, FWDAY MORNltfQ. APRIL 27. 1800. NO. 128. Mirror xii,itt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 April 1866

, "Wnlilnutoil City, 1. O. vr.j.MunfAait co, publishers. B. P. IIANSCOSI, EDITOR. IRIDAT MOIlNINa tliAPRIL IT, ISM. THE ItEASOSf W1TV. Borne of our colemporarics have remarked upon the Tact that the war did not produce m many rccklrM criminals as was anticipated, and, although the names Of returned soldiers appear here and there In the records of mis demeanors, the expectation that crime would rccclre a terrible impetus from this class after the armies vera disbanded has been tlirrecablv disannointeil. Thn rrajinn nf this is doubtless to bo found In the fact that our armies were fighting, not for conquest and national aggrandizement, but to uphold the UoTernmcnt to maintain the Constitution and the laws. War has a hardening and de basing tendency, but that which produces the least amount of such effect is such a war as our armies hare been engaged in, as its results hare proven. It was predicted that when the legions of soldiers returned home it would be seen that life in camps had ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 April 1866

Jfll f '3mimun J official.) C DirARTMBITT OF STATS, I Wiimaw IhIim ism '1 Information hat been received at Ihla IV. TMlment from Mr. A. Jooti, He Vice Coniul of the TJniUd Statei at San Joan, rortoRIco, of .the doali, by conimnptlon, on the 15th of March last, at sea, of Jomu WttxtMo, a pawenger on board the Amer. Ican'brlg "Altarela," which recently wiled from Wilmington, N. 0. LOOAL AFFAIRS. A. Notx or Aran. Editor tfatiort tnMitan In tI.w of ta. niu appne.i, ."" v.... v VHr lum.UJ, U. faC' already reaoheil then T m t..i-... . ''..el Ulrta to offer a f.w r.merki opon the dar... lPtoil condition of taaij anl lerje por" ,mi',Ml"" I oiler ao apolorj for . plda- J,M vu "7 for the laeohoroDer of mj tewt ayrtjlo,or al.r tbo k.ako.j.4 prate aartallr,, nor ihiai lit." No, Mr. Editor, ' " "a " alarm. an alana aaoaM la ' ' u kt '. "l alarm, and "tar .waaleS. then ie little or no Oarfreatoetae , a1" a a.tli. Darter." that we net w " aanr Jort. From tmuaeltr ' a ' l,ww Sahtyyoi, perfect I aba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 27 April 1866

uy.'..'iTarw mmmmmm fo $tiwti tnhluw. iRIDAY MORSIWQ;-;::-:!".:;."AVRIL JT, 189. orncuu LAWS OF TIIEUNITED STATES, Passed at th. Pint SJ.ssI.ib of sh. Thirty, lelntti Congress. PrBUc No. 37. Air Act to Issue American registers to the steam-vessels " Michigan," " Dispatch," and "William K. Muir," and for other Be tt enacted &y the Senate and Ho-. Representatives of tht United StJ,t 0f Amer ica in Congress assemble That (ho 9,,t. 'a T 'I" Hereby directed to u. American. jister. to lie Canadian Inilt tean.;er, .. Mrcr.lKan" and " Dispatch," tD1 Amcrlcan-bnUt steamer " Villiam -Jiulr," of the collection district of Detroit : nd American registers, or enrolment and license, to tho following named vessels, that is to say, to the sloop ' Jenny Lind of Wolf Island, of Oswego, New York; the schoon ers "Coquette of Oaknllc," "Trenton of Tren'on,"" Forest (Jneen," "Two Brothers of Wallaceburg,""Minetta or Gananogue," and "Elisabeth, of Oswego, New York; the barque "8t, Elizabeth," of Provi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 April 1866

tSt-rtWJWTT - r .av:rTtrm' Tft ?f t THE NATIOAl' KEPDBUOAN m XTJBUBnfcd DAILY. BiTM OF ADTOTUIH 0. Oie tare,t4TMMM J Oae aqaare, foar 4t7i.....t.t.MrfM J S Oat tqtare, lvetlaye.t.. One aqeaialseaya... v. .. ..t. .... IW Ivery ether day aavenlMSMata,) wr seat, adal tlonal. TwlMftWMk4TtHitmMU,f8Br etalaa ditto ill. , ,T t . . IdliorltTBAlIm S8 mU w t.ae,tafc ltMrtloa. total noMees la eeata Mr llae, oath laiertloa. ldTrUMHitttom1iffWrthbdierWBUiror ale, For Keel, Lost aa To.a, eat UMrtloittM ecst Mr flat 1 eebeeqaeaft laeertteae keif prtee. 8lxiiaeeritceoaaHMtesqeer. AavertttemeaU theuU he, Me4 U Wort Blae o'elotk p u. fc HtpuMirton THE NATIONAL REPDBHOAN- PUBLI8HED DAILY.- ns jriTiovAi KiruvLiOaix , T U yiVIlaktd trtrj Moral iff (7 XMpU4) Vf W J. VCITIIK aft CO alTO. Ill fflt trWlaatW U fJllM4 to iibmtbri by Mnitn) ftt 74 tU ft atoitk, Mm MtMritori, M W yf mj HOO for six wttUi ud lltM for tkrot Botitti, invariant U . MAM. rift MpUf OBt jr.r. $3& (XX BlllWpU, fl Mil. TBI W1IKLTHATI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 April 1866

w I; ,f. Kl u I Hi is ff wr UJ national gcpuMiraw. JWi-.liinirton City, T. O. ."MXmTAGH CO., rUDLISHERS. ." V. HASCOMTEHITOn. BATOIIDAY MORNING:- -;ArRIL 18, WM. THE BOOTY qUliSTION. The letter of the Hon. Datid A. Wn.u, Chairman of the United States HeTCtiuo Commission, written In lnswer to an Inquiry made bjr the Secretary of the Treasury, con cerning the equalization bill reported for the action of Congress, It such a dear statement and masterly presentation of the financial dangers and additional bnrdens which would ensue from tho passage of the measure, that we trust It will aw aken public agitation upon this question, and came the representatives of the people to poue before striking this fatal blow at our credit ami industry. Mr. "VTnsjf practical business cipnclty, end W large experience In relation to the revenues of the country, na well as Ins profound judg. went on matters of finance, entitle his views to great consideration. Upon the subject of our national debt and its ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 28. 1866. 9Bl lean 8NwJ HUpbtaur (orriciu. I TltBlfeHIM JtSi B A T, Tmrwwir, IprtlB, 1M 1 information hM becnreceiTOd at this De partment fro. Mr. A. Joodak, the Vice T . , '" United SUtes at BsnJnan, ? ," of the death, by consumption, i5th of March last, at sea, of Josirn iVlLKI jtsox, a passenger on board the Amer. i. br,8 "aIUtcU," which recently sailed rf ,m Wllmlnirf. M n ' LOCAU AFFAIR8. Sundayik Wa8uiv0to. Tomorrow, with very few. If mjr, txff tptIoai tht po?ptu of W(uh. iVlTTt'n,j. Alexandria win be M. V J7 . lUtwl PMtow. r hTt iUtj churches In t, lhrt eUU M j U f u ilprtM our MBjlejoa thaIa poIot of uteot, Chrl.tUn eP m.nt, and general usefulness, nr clergymen 'jo superiors. at the hoar of eleven, on Baaday, quarterly meeting services will b held at Provtdenee chapel, the neat Utile boat of wonblp on tht bill at tbt print where) tht earl Urn la or out of Waiting ton. Bar. N. J. B. Morgan, presiding elder of the Wash ington Di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 28 April 1866

r"i:..,jM y; in iiiiiiiiiaiiiuaiWjwijm'iKMWiiMaaiwi " i v ', )T 'f f : ' U7 mm 6' irt I1 I i" , !:; " I in IW i R m 5 tit in 15 B i ft it r: i. .; t t gWioiwl ItymMuniu BAIORDAY MORSIKQ r . . APRIL 18, 18M. omcut, UTTIIB PRICEITiKaT OF THE U2IITKD STATES OF AJIKIUCA. A PROCLAMATION. Whereas convention between tha Emnirtt of Japan and the Governments of the United 8Utc, Great Britain, France, and Holland, proridinff for the pajment to aald Govern ments of tho mm of three million dollars (J,lX)U,UOO) for lndcmnitlca and expenses, was concluded and signed by their respccllro plenipotentiaries, on tho twenty second day of October, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, which convention being in theEnjjluh.lhilch and Japanese languages, la word for word as follows : The English version aloue is hero given. coarsNTloar, Th. representatives of th. UnlteJ State! of Amor loa, Great Britain, 2-raoce, sad too Netherlands, laTltw of tha hostile sett of Mori Dalseo, Peine. of Nerato anal Smoo, which w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 April 1866

HIE NATIONAL REPOBIICAff rmiMsuED "o Ariari BATM Of.JftVIBTIIIIia... Oit (ivr.tkrti4r,.T,,. .Mo.r.flWJ Olaiqi-r, faar 4tf ' " w Oa lojiavr., flf diji .,.,,..,.. 00 itArt, iixdtr i r.rwn JM Bf rr othtr dr MftrtlPtiMiW, W r .. 44l tlltloit., , . t EdltorUl iotle M bU Ir llii,Mk limtloi. Lm1 BOtleti U e-nU Ptr UM, M iBMftloi FtU, for Kiat, LmI , l-tnlM,ftni tait Mr 11 I NkMMli lBtrtlM kU( prlM. fits Him or Imi MtltlMI b .qttrt. AdTtrtlMntBU ibt14 tf Kfti4t4 It Wore alat o'clock v . , THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 1 rOBLISUED DAILY. TDl K1TI0H1L KlrtTBMClI Is p.lla,i ,r7Jor.lat;4Bi,'ri.a,uj)brW, J. Mceti.i a C ,.. til Vl.l. Ilm(,.i4 la nr.likd t. a.bMrtb.r. (If Mtrlart) ftlTlM.Up.rii.ith. Kill aibMrlfrtr., U-00 . ,.aan 14 00 far alt Ba.lkal . It 00 far Una nulla, (Morion, 4. . It,. m1m.b. 7,138.00. i.,1. MriM. ta. THE VrilKlTXinOSlL IlroBLIClIf la pllta.a4 ttTj FrM.f M.ral,ff I Oa. fj ... atr, UW Tan. ,Ua ..raaS, J T,a aoplaa a raar 11,00 'V&Lvl WASHINGTON CITY. D. C, MONDAY MOniflNO. APR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 April 1866

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 18(it3. ' 1 Woalilnaton City, I. C. W. J. MUItTAOH t CO.rUDIJSHKItS. B. P. IIANSCOM, EDITOR MONDAY MOIWINO . APRIL 10, 1888. A VIMt OF HETTI.EJ1EXT. When our fathers framed the Constitution of tho United BUtea, impressed with the solemnity of tho responsibilities resting upon item, and knowing that the fate of republi can institutions and democratic ideas was inrolrcd in its success, they sought in their labors not only the wisdom with which man kind in iU march of life had attained, but appealed also to the aid of Hesren for coun sel and guidance. They wisely foresaw that the progress of events and the derelopment of unforeseen emergencies, as well as the con flict of ideas and interests, might demand a change or alteration in the fundamental law of4he Republic. To prevent any reason for revolution, and to obviate any restriction upon the wants or advancements of the future they provided that our democratic form or government might...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 30 April 1866

THE NATIONAL EEPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING. APRIL 30, I860. Rational gqinfoHfiui, ANDflKWJOIIMSO, pree.dei.t of III United aHaCei off America , Sallafactory cvMenco having been exhib ited tome that iV.BcncsTER has beenap pointed Consul of Prunla, at 8aTannah, Georgia, I do hereby recogn.M him at such, and declare Mm free to exercise and enjoy such functions, powers and privi leges as are allowed to Consuls by the law of nations, or by the laws of the United States and existing treaty stipulations be tween the Government of Prussia and the United States. In testimony whereof, I have caused these Letters to be made Patent, and the Seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed. Given under my hand at the city of Washington, the twenty-fifth day of April, in the year or our Lonuone u M thousand eight hundred and sixty- six, and of the Independence of the United States of America, tho nine tieth. ANDREW JOHNSON. By tho President: "William II. Seward, Secretary of State. official DsFAlTMI...

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. — 30 April 1866

if ! n i P !" , iiniionnl gffjntMittm. MONDAT MORNING APRIL 10, 1M. orricuu LAWS OF THE "UNITED STATES. Faa.d 1 Ik. Flra ml f tk. Thlrtjr. Mnth Camcraaa. (rcBUO No. 38. ' Ax Act mkiiij approprUtloni to supply deficiency in the appropriation for the Soblic priotinir Tor the Steal year ending one thirty, eighteen hundred and sixty- ix. Bt it enacted ly the Senate and Home of Jtepretentativel of (he United State to Amer ica in Concrete attembled. That the follow ing nmi be, and the aame are hereby, p propnated to supply deficiencies in the ap propriation for the public printing for the fiscal year ending thirtieth or Jane, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated : To supply a deficiency in the appropria tion for the public printing, one hundred and fifteen thousand dollars. To supply a deficiency in tho appropria tion for paper for the public printing, four hundred and fifty thousand dollars. To supply a deficiency in the appropria ti...

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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