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

. &&ui, if wl 1 & .1 -i . vj. , 'OL. I. ; $ t ' WASHINGTON, SATURDAY,; AUGUST 17, 1861. . N0. 003.1, national Republican. AM EIOUSHKAHU VIMWS OV THI p AMERICAN WAR. l - BirtttH's fetich to the London Times. ''OWl OWN"' BACK IM WiilllMOTOV 8CBNM IN ?, TUB 8TBrra CONORCSS IN BE3BIO-I TLWMIIA itaM'dispmt MOBAit Riruuriiwn-ntraf PENT LU.OOLN OKV. SCOTT HH LOOK Ap MaNMR MR. BKWARD ASIKI1I0AN TllOorS VS. AUtmiUN CAMP OF 12TII n. t. REUIMKNT - TBI noariTAts act gtmatoNS tub amr(can SKXATK CBAMIIKR UI8 OriMON OP TltR HKll) ,lN(l OF TUB PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE OEVLRAL " IPPEilANCKOPTnE MEMBERS OF notl! nOUSES - SOUTIIERN OriRION OP VICE PRESIDENT UAMLIV. s K-i. 'ronl ,llc London Times Special Correspondent. tj 1 v WASUiNaTOX, July 12.-"3- V I artyred ta Washington, too evening before I. tha meeting ofCongrcia. On ray way J bad H-'Mr amused by seeing gravo 'men enter the JXsWwItfllQOg wands and old bulging prrjeo uonaasiue eua inereoi, covrrea wun oriKui iif lit net, the citizens were...

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. — 17 August 1861

aMMftff? r. i. ..r.r, i .- &AfZnmuz MW 'i ' i v- VV i wuwtmniwpimi V i l . I' ! Ii L REPUBLICAN. PublUhtd Dally, Sundays Extcptru, BY W. J MUBTAQH A CO i i Oeo. M. Weilon, Xdltoi. W The publication ofllco of tho JVolioniU J!puMicar Is at tho northeast corner of D and (Seventh street, second floor, over W. D. Shep herd's store. Entrance on Seventh street. Saturday, August 17, 1861. TO ADVERTlSEnS The circulation of the Kalional Republican Is now much larger than that of all the other dallies published In and out of Washington cir culating In this clly combined, (with one ex ception,) and Is rapidly Increasing. In ad dition to Its clly subscriber?, It has also a Tery large circulation In the various camps surrounding the city, and among our transient population. It Is, therefore, an excellent me nlum for advertising. OFFICIAL.. By ll,e Pi esident of the Untied Males ot -linn ion A PROCLAMATION. Whereas, on the 15lh day ot April, 1861, the President of the United State, In view of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 17 August 1861

rTC7 ) iji t.M iitnnAtri1pl krmT. At . UtlUU UI Uieu uuiu iubwuhu - . i li.i t ....... tiM HnnJ I truftt. mill the 3Ut of July, when i vm mirotaed, jflth twenty other mteerable beinrff, to Manas- .... ..... t..tji nilM tha rnrRhlDfP hCAt 3e burning sun, a distance of eight miles tlmoat at double-qulok time. On our arrival there, we wero Immedla'ely Introduced to I he guard-bousa, a mean place, which then con tained fofty men, soldiers and citizens of Vir ginia. In this place we stayed three days j P. a a ..l.1fan in n Vita. ilAiah men a raw 01 us m " ""'" V,"V ".' . I.-.S lilt A Mnal It TTa.a T will wnere w remum ui.auM. .. . lust say that this place Is ttrdngly fortified for the distance 01 seven or eigusuiiiea iuue t i - k.jinatwArlra ltirta,n nn ntwl a (rrniil immBDBO Bimi .......... PI v. O" 1. s.allarlaa ttlaaail In AVArv niraMlnn. They think it cannot Ije taken,; bat I think tney are misiaKeu. uu .uu uiu,uidui num - ....... Ia niAM.nJ fn nr arrival IUS WerB OCIlfc au MlbUUlVll...

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

SHeawwwPJVsssjpsssssssssssssssjI. If I P. ., T,VWatBgaS,il--g-jsaaz ' 't' ''. . " ' " ai j ; 'i ' V ' - ' TV rrtPn tt rv . ... I I r MAILS AND RAILROAD The A'orttwn .Vail cloies at 1 cv 'clock end at cloc K P. M, dally; and amies ate 10 A M andor.ai,, ""ne llVOn. -V..1 closes at 1 o clock P M id t,Y1,,rrV .f. loWoom. Jtj o'clock P. Jr , daily , and arrives at 6 10 A. JI. ana Thfliiffirfi ,'" clo.cs at 4 80 P. M. and ar rlTh.offlcV,Jrilitop fordelivery at o'clock A.M , daily! ffl at : 30 P. M., dally, except on Bun lav when will open at s and close at loo clock A if ''ooenhM again at 6 P. Mr and remaining open iiii't T.ii. lewis CLEpnA.vi:, v. u. u KITUD STATES MILITAIIY lXOUTK. cni-nfAT. vnTinr. TO TIlAVELLEilS t On and alter Thurs lay. MajlJ. MM, passenger trains between Washington and Baltimore will inn Leave Washington at 4 15 and 7.10 A. M.. and at 9 30 and 6 45 I St., arriving at Baltimore it r 60 and 8 W A M , and at 4 05 ant 1 30 P. 11. Leave lUItlmoreat4!1and 8.20 A M., and ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 August 1861

i r ' VOL. I. WASHINGTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 1861. NO. 224. '.B I .ll'W n u ) ,1 I National republican. . A Cry From The Hospitals. mimics 19 yo did It nut to on of tho lent of these, )e did It sot to me.") (f tion of Washington! bonoith your oyoa sad und crowded hospitals arise, are many a sick and wounded sojdler lies. jvery turn, your aching enr oonfess i groan of pain, llio sob of Snro distress: h la your proper Hold of usefulness. matter what your thoughts or hopes may be, in this strugglo of the bravo and freo, cause of moroy asks your sympathy. ir kindly hoarts can nevor bo the den prejudice, too dark for mortal ken; you are women, ana ineae sick are mom by, oame, from tender mothers, and from ' wives: ly came, to strive ai oply valor strives; y came, to shield your safoty with their lives) 'd all the wives and mothers of tho North. (O gladly sont their sons and husband forth, ll look to you to recognise their w ortli ! i not enough that you should glvo thorn food, r yet that...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 August 1861

rm.'.uuzTih u.miiMj.Liiii.imljr.1.. -i...... ...iu. imuwwm1mTrri J S. V -S.. wtwriWiiKi , tffvr NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. " I Pabliihtd Dally, Sundays Eirtptfd. BY W. J MURTAOH UO i i i Geo. M. Weon, KdUor. Kf The pnbllCRllon office of the AVtJionai Republican Is at the northeast corner of D and BeTenth itreet, second floor, oyer W. D. Shep herd'! ttore. Entrance on Seventh street. Monday, August 19, 1861. TO ADVERTISERS. The circulation of the National Republican la now much larger than that of all the other dalllei published In and out of Washington cir culating In this city combined, (with one ex ception,) and Is rapidly Increasing. In ad dition to its city subscriber?, it has also a very large circulation In the various camps surrounding the city, and among our transient population. It Is, therefore, an excellent me nlum for advertising. IMPORTANT GENKRAli ORDER. It appears, by the following general order, that the Government, in view of every possi ble contingency as affects the saf...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 August 1861

K l u 'I LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers. Noarly four thousand copies of the Jiepud can are circulated among the floating popula on every day, besides thelarge number served regular subscribers. Advertisers will take ote accordingly. Police Mutters BtroRiJcsTicc Walter. On Saturday, ofllcor loddard arrestod Lewis Nugent, colored, for rofanlty In the stroet. Officer Uoddard, at he magistrate's offlco, also made a charge gainst one Eli Forguson for interfering with ho officer In the disoharge of his duly. Mr. 'orguson denied the chargo, and said he only Iced Mr. Ooddardlfhe "was a duly appointed fflcer." Justice Walter iloclded that any clll in oould make an arrest, If tbey caught the mrtles In the actif committing an unlawful flonce. Ferguson was fined tl.ol. i i i C'rlutlnnl Court. The court met at tbo usual hour on Saturday, nd took up tho case of Murphy and others, harged with the murder of Doyd. Mr. Dradley, for tbo defonco, made tho clo ng argument, and was followed by Mr. Car Ington...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 August 1861

i. It i II 1 ' 1 I (i i ! i II II '.I ! i i t' 1' MAILS AND EAILKOAD. mitMnKMKiT nv tiik diml'), iV At the Wauiixotoj Uitt Fosr Oriricj. Tha VnWlarM VrfdKlAutatl nVlrwlr mil 1(40 CMCH P. M , dally ; and struts at 10 A M tnd f M , The ir(OTi Vafl closes at 1 o'clook I M and ar ilf M it 10 SOo'cIock A M , dally , , . ., Q Tht A-ortTmi Mail tlc-es at 1 o'clook and at o'clock P M., dally , and arrives at 010 A. il ana 81' M., dally . .. u,,.!,, The AUxan'lm iha clows at 4 SO I i "nl " rlriset.1oclockr.il ..i.jhii Th offlce will open fordellrery at o clock AM , d:y,VhVnf!rfc.vnddar1co,noc8knAn u NITHD STATES MILITA11Y IlOUTKt SPECML NOTICE TO TRIVELLI.RSI CIIANOK OF IIOUKSI On and alter MONDAY, Augut 10th, 1801, I'M engcr Trains will run as follows Leave Washington at n and 7 .10 A M , 2 0 and 4 45 1' M ; arriving at Baltimore at ; 45 and 9 UTA M , and at 4 05 and 7 30 1' M. . . Leave Baltimore at 4 Wand 8 40 A M , ami 145 and 5 r, M ; arriving at Washington at 0 and 10 35 A. M , and at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 August 1861

0 JlcrdU s$rfJ VOb. I.- WASHINGTON, TUfcSDA,GUST 20, 1861. NO. 25. II i" . rrypm - -IT- tf - - ' .MS7tftrw' ,.''- Ai ' Tl .3 M l iin... minium t r ... i i ' ,nims Yt, J ' i ,u ib t I I 1 m" l ' "" J ....... . . -I " ' " I ' , .1 .1 , ll, I I I -. -I" "P. 1 , . , ) " I II. - . ii .I'll 'n', j ;' ! . .... i . et ' I "MMM NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tolllette Embarrassment' of ft 'Ffetiels' Volunteer. One day when Ordeon attended roll-call bo fore the morning ctablc-t'o, tbo lieutenant of the wrek Btepped In tront of him: " Your.jackr et," he raia, ' 14 nneewn In the seam " oflleeri must enter Into the Bllebtest detalls-i" give It out for repair." Thd corporal of tho vqflt, Jq the ordinary way, took the jtcket to glve.lt ta the tailor. After the cleaning down, Gedeon, who wa ,on; fatigue drill, thoiigbtr it the simplest mode to pi" on one til ins comraaos' Iickets. and s'eoncd Into llw-rank. " Wbnt s tbatiWbffleMbo wettsal4 to ' bint mjenrr Yoking with him to France threa mast --UBvaljHitiU)i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 August 1861

ifll avyvriywMiuMjiwwgga futssai V F J" V ft 'ft. , . L I It) 1:1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, rubliiM Daily, otimiitjs Eictpttd, BY W. J MUHTAQ1I A CO. Geo. M. IVeiton, Kdllor. to- Tbe publication office of the National Republican Is at tbe northeast cornel of D and Seventh street, aocond floor, over W. D. Shep herd's store. Entrance on Sovonth street. Tursday, August 20, 1861. TO ADVERTISERS. The circulation of the National .Republican ts now much larger than that of all the other dallies published in and out of Washington cir culating In this city combined, (with ono ex ception,) and is rapidly Increasing. In ad dition to its city subscribers, It has also a very large circulation In the various camps surrounding the city, and among our transient population. It it, therefore, an excellent rae nlum for advertising. FORWARD TO RICHMOND I Tbe Natirnal Intelligencer, of Saturday, de clares, in set terms, that, so far as Virginia has been Invaded, it has been done with a view to the defence of...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 August 1861

-.-ft, ' ii. aal LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers. Nearly foot thousand copies of the Itcpud (can are circulated nmong the floating popula tlon evtry day (betides tho large oumher served to regular subscribers. Advertisers will take note accordingly. CITY COUNCIL!). Board or Aldermen. The Board met at the usual hour, and was called to order by the Pres Ident. Present, all the members except Messrs. Htgruder, Wendell, and Lloyd. A communication was rooelved from the Mayor, stating bis approval of " an act making an appropriation rnr the paymsnt of the teaon nra In tha anhnnla.tt Also one advising tho committee to count and destroy duo bills that a number of the certifi cates oi inueotenness una oeeii paiu in iwr mw. and licenses and that tho plate had been de posited with the resistor, agreeably to Uw. Also the nominations of W. P. Price, trustee of the publlo sohool, In the place of Z W. Mo Knew, resigned. Marcelus Marcoron, inspector oftobaoco. James H. Bult, Patrick Oormly, and William ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 August 1861

WAr'. U .""" ."""'-' " ''-wSbtiSbmBM............................................................ ' f3JJMWpBffMHffriWf7llfr niirmffTff 5TfTwvr-;'i-WIF5MT1 J,,U' ,''",l,,,w"3''awlBa-MBW'MBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB t I ti K MAILS AND RAILROAD. AiinArrakMRN'T of tun mails. At Tin Waihixoto Citf POST Orf tea 1 he A'orrtwn Mail closes at 1 otolock aodet O'clock V. M , dally , and arrltes t 0,1? A. .,&&$ P. ., li irt Jad closes t 1 o'ctooX'lt 4 rlvesattosoo'cUck A M.,aeUy. , Th. Jforthen Mai ttoeet at 1 OjlMk W t o'clock p. M ., dally , and arrives at MO AM. and 6 I. M.. dally. "," The Alexandria Mail clows at, 4.S0 r. Mt; and k, "Th.offlc.wlllop;rf6rd.llTrfltlio'iockX.M:V di r, and eiwt imwr. ., QUir, ccih on nun j.-7 ' a. I 111 Ahin sat B aa.,1 1li A inltUlub A HIT, wnvu .. vjjsaa o muh ir.ua? q M ww nwA 31 , opening again ai P. If. aad remaining open tlll7 1 M, LEWIS CLEJ-HANE, V. t. u NITKO STATES MILITARY ItOTJTKt SPECIAL NOTICE TO TRWFJLLfeRS! CHANGE (OF HOUflSl On and after ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 August 1861

y x A ,5 1 f AtA KJ 2y i i VOL. I. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY 'AUGUST 21, 1861. i i 0 NO. 226. '111 ft NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Yesterday' Evthing Edition. TUB RtJCMAIffg OB- COtCAMKltONi A correspondence bis recontly taken place between Gen. M'Ounn, of the United Stale" artny, and Colonel Stewart, of Ilia Confederate 'army, on (be subject of delivering up the re mains ol the late Col. Caracnjn, of tbe New York reventy-nlnth regiment. The cotrespotF dence was oDened by Gen. M'Ciinn. who sent "hti'tetter by Lieut Jones, of the'Srih'N. Y. V.,' In which he appeals to Col. Btowart to throw away all ceremony, and allow the Colonel's orderly, who was with him when he fell In the field, to search for the body of bis lamented commander." In answer to this, Col. Steuart replies, that the matter nod been submitted to the general commanding tbe Confederate State forces, who replied as follows : "Military usage has established the mode of communication between belligerents. When ever the military a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 August 1861

X .-X N& xv 4V 3 " N 0. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PubMcd Dally, Snndayj vEf plrdv BY W. J MUBTAUliiiW ... I I Geo. M. Wilton, Killtor. M S3- The publication offlce qfjthe 9 IttDublican is at me nonueasi gurjiui i Seventh itreet, second floor, over W. D. herd's atore. Entrance on Seventh street. W cdHtsteTr&Hpsr21, 1801, TO ADVKUTISKR.9. The circulation of tiro Rational RtvVbViianli DOW much larger than, that of all the) other aallles published la ana out oi w ashlngton tlr culetlog In this city combined, (Wlth'bnd ex ception,) and Is rapidly Increasing. In ad dition to its city subscribers, it has also very large circulation In the various camp9 surrounding the city, and among our transient population. It Is, therefore, an excellent ne nlum for advertising. MORE VIGOR. The Northern newspapers are just now com ' plaining in chorus, that the Administration docs not prosecute the war with, sufficient energy. Mr. Weed, of the Albany Journal, and Mr. Cummingi, of the World, join In th...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 August 1861

nfcttSMVS$sCT T-yg. .11 i ... f,1,yC'Tl''l To Advertisers. Nearly four thouendooplea of th8 ItepucU Heart are circulated 'among the loating popula- ,'tl6n every dAy.beildeslbelargonuraboredrvcd to regular subscribers. Advertisers will take ; note acooruingiy . i w Meeting of the Public School Tasees Election of Teachers. The Board ot Bobool Truatnea winl vnAfrdn v afternoon In the AJderraen'a .Ohnmoer, City SI'.Vih pJS?i6nV L. 5ry SJ10!1 Ui- f'L1' LV.Kd."5 ,0.,A'? ??,?. Mr: i0SPh Walsh, of the third; Messrs. Willett and Caesell. of the fonrth and the secretary and treasurer, j The president being absent; oil motion or Dr. Ironsides, Mr. Miller, or the sooond district, took the chair. The applications of 0. E, Dally, for the teaoh ersblp of music, and Alice A. tfowon.'for a.prf mary teacherahlp, wore received and refer rod to tho oiamtnlng onmmlttee. Dr Ironsides presented H communloatlon from tho Qunrtornuuter Jouornin reference the Oovernment taking possession bf one of the school-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 August 1861

MAILS AND KAIT.KOAD.. AIUIAlKtKMKVr OK THE Jllllifi At ,,' 'Aiii-tot Cut Por Orvu The XoMern V i.l clow at 1 o'clock and ! it t 'o'clock r. U , dally , end arm es it e 10 A. M. and S I M , d tS rreavm -a cio it l o'clock p. M.j ana r " v" o?'i.,r.,"i!.ri; i vi.v ...,. Tnt ilominscm . -v- - - iv 7 .. i TTNtTSO STATES H1LITAKT ROUTE! SFECUL NOTICcTto TRAVELLERS! CHANOK OF IIOUKS! On and afttr MONDAY, August 19th, 1801, Pas aenger Trains will run as follow. Leavi Washington at 0 and 7 30 A M ,2 to and I til", af., arriving at Hsltlmore at T 48 and 10 A M., and at 4 08 and,. so P M Lcav llalllmore at 4 so and 8 40 A M , and 13 4 and 6 P M . arrlvlag at Washington at 0 and ID to A. M , and at 5 30 and 0 45 P. M. ..... Passenger Trains Icsrlng Washington at 7 80 A II and 2-30 P.M. andlliltlmoreat8 40A.il end 348 1. 11., mike direct connections for Annapollsnt the Junction. ...... ,- .. Trains leare Annapolis for llaltimore and Wash In.ftm at A RS A M. and 2 1. M. ruaenrer Trains leaving W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 August 1861

n )vvmw : Mir Ha" ii i j t a m mil id i H w. S T ' W I """''" i DW - i i. ... . , ....,....., ,..,-. ......,,, i ., VOL. I. I I urn f , I , . WASHINGTON, THURSDAY-AUGUST 22, 1861. i i NO. a27v-'rfi NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Ycsterday'i Ewnlng Edition. OKNEKAL OUDBH. Tho following General Orders, No. 25, has been Issued: WAR DtlMRTMKNT, AwtrrisrG.,xRAi.'tf Ormu, TVijsnlnjrtoii, rluwsl 18, 1801. I. Pat. 2 of General Orders No 17 from tbl office, dated Jdly 25: 1801, Is hereby rescinded, and In accordance with section 10 of the act bt Congress, approved July 22, 1801, every gen era! commandlojr a s parnte department, or a detached army, will, from time to time, appoint military boards, or commissions Tor the exam lnallon'of volunteer oflljers upon tho points thereln'speclfied. II. In purfuancs'bf tho 12th section of the act of Congress, approved August 3, 1801, the six mounted regiments or tbe army are consoli dated In one corps, and nil thereafter be known as follows: The ltt dragoons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 August 1861

,, NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. FnblUhtd Daily, Sundays Bxctpird, BY W. J MUHTAOII CO. Geo. M. WnlMi ttdltoT. W The publication ofUce of the iFajionnJ Aeyuoficaii Is Ht the northeast corner of D and Seventh street, second floor, over W. D. Bhep herd'a etore. Entrance on Seventh street. Thursday August 22, 181. TO ADVKRTISbUM. The circulation of the National Republican la dow much larger than that of all the other dallies published Id and out of Washington cir culating In this city combined, (with ono ex ception,) and Is rapidly increasing. In ad- lltlou to Its city subscriber, it baa also a very large circulation In the various camps surrounding the city, and among our transient population. It is, therefore, an excellent no uium for advertising. CIVIL WAR CONFINED TO TUB SOUTH. Civil wars are those waged between citizens ot the same country, arising fromdifferensesof r elision, or race, or more usually, from diver titles of preferencebttween different dynattlea, chieftains, or parties. Such...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 August 1861

LOCAL NEWS. I T Advertisers. , Nearly four thousand ooptes of the Jhpiut hcan are circulated among the floating popula tion every day,besldea tholrgo number served to.regular subscribers. Advertisers will liiko note accordingly. - ' .. Jtllltary ltevlews Teatorday tva li gala Hay among the military tationed between Georgetown and the Chain Bridge. It being the d,iy appointed by General McClollat) for a review and inspection of the brigades under Generals McCall and Smith, respectively. At ten o'clock yesterday morning. General McCIellan and staff, accompanied by President Lincoln and several members of the Cabinet, proceeded to Tennallytown, for the purposo of reviewing the regiments and battalions under General McCall'a command. The entire com mand consists of nino Infantry regiment from Pennsylvania, two fine battalions of artillery , and a squadron of cavalry. The men-all looked and nurobed y, ell, and were highly uompllmcut edjjy all tresent. t If , At tUrbt o'clock ill the afte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 August 1861

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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
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