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

.cirrenttc:-:.... ftatitfugl Ityublirau. VOL. I. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1861. NO. 233. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Ycslmluy's Kuiilng Fililion. ECf-d-noral Duller has been u-lgncil lolliu command of all Ibo volunlcere oublilo of Fortress Monroe. TiikSluiut Nival Kkpbdition. Tho naval expedition, which has boon in preparation Tor tome time at Fortress Monrou, palled on Mon day lat. Amongst tho vcsscli coinpoilng the t'Tpvilltlon are tho atoam Irlgnles Wultnsli and Minnesota, guiibcutB Monllcello, AdeUldo, Pen guin, Adriatic, and Gcorgo Peabody, together with a largo number of smaller vcseli. The vefseli aro all well armed and manned, the two frlgalei alono mounting moio than eighty gum. Tho fleet la well provisioned, and the uumber of teamen and soldiers on board ot it arc said to exceed six thousand. Destination unknown. Nt.w York Basks Unaixo on the Wail On Monday last, tbo presidents of tho New Yoik banks resolved that Mr. Stevens, president ot tho Dink of Commerce, selu-t...

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. — 29 August 1861

NA'iiftaJL REPUBLICAN. rublislitd Daily, Suinliiy Eiffplrtl, BY W .1 MURTAOII -' I'O i Ueo. SI. Weston, KilUor. Wlhe public ition cilice of the AVilional Itrpublu an In .it tho norlhesst corner of D and t-Gvenfh street, second Hour, over W. D. Shep herd's store. Entrance on Seventh street. Tluir-d.ij. August 29, VS01. A St l.oius paper considers It a fitting lime i.. imitrast tho vlgoi of Gen. Fremont, In col lecting uica and uppllcs for the war In Mis souri, with tho dllatorlucss ol the War Depart ment In raising tuinles for the general contort wilh Ihu rebellion. This view overlooks the t.vct that It Is from the War Department thai General l'lemonl leCeiven nil hit means and all Lis authority to act II would be much more consistent with jus tlceanil at any rate much more giaclous, lor editor In Missouri to acknow ledge Ihe energy with which the National Government has come lo the tescucof their bcleugurcel and hsrrascd State. What Is masked In this St. Louis paper, un ilci cover o...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 29 August 1861

.TV-.-Wfc iUMMtvn 2SZxt.iXJi. miii LOCAL NEWS. To Ailvcrtla-r Nearly four ttioiiwind copies oT Ihn llqntl ifdiiaro ihtuUted among Iho (1 utlnx miiiU tloiiovoryiUr.ucsldoisliiolarKO number sort oil l. iegul.tr milnoribors. Ailvciliiicis wllluko ii'ilo .icconllrigly. OYER THE IUVEIt. feKlKMlSII AT IIALIJ CltOSH IK) A IX. Kuniors cnlluuc to II ),il with rfgaril lu pro (.(.filing! In Ibc military llao on iliu Vlrglnh elde. ol Ill's l'olom.c. irvvowcie to bcllusc till ( heir, that jurtol tho country li is alicady K'coino 11 vast liatllc giounil, and will soon swell Into tlic importance of Inlierrmn and Sjiliulapul. That pickets occai'onally mod, Is iicllh"i novel nor turpi hlng; unit that occasion .illy it so'tller Is killed, ii but u consequence ol war. The dlsiiuuinlsls 1110 doubtlesi scouting in UrRu turtles', vv.ilculng llit.Ii opporlunlly to lab' ailvanURo of sinill-r mimbera ol uur t"'.'UH They hive becomu linpudciil, iiuikr Iho inislnkcn ide.i that limy are Invincible or liulli I ...

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

GOVERNMENT ADVTS. lUtOl'OSVI.N Mill AIINV tVAOONSANIJ I AMIILLANCE lIAUNrSS. Oi ii. t in An'it I'lorinin n Kg.lll'nr, ('.'niir ,) ll 'iii'( wid Mener ttrrets, .Vrw Voik, Align (3, IRtil I'liciriiiAi.. will bcncclicd at Ihli office for lurni'limi 1 1 cunlr.ii'' Army Wagon Harness. Iiu 1 r.' is ils should slule the price at which tin y i in I . IiimiI-Iu I at the places nl manufacture, and tin' in'. .11 hlili they cm be delivered at lhl ihti't the mnnbir which can be made by the bid I, riiilhiu i in month alter rcccliit of the order nl nihi number which ho can deliver williln one tri'K I in h irne-s mu t exactly conlurm to the follow 1114 eciilcaltuna. and to the established patterns I our mult. barncsa as follows, to wit WHEEL. 1 w Qullors - llreech straps 3 feet 6 Inches lone ', inches wide n wed Into 11 Inch rlncsol .Inch iron, hip traps . net 11 Inches lone. Si, Inches vi me nay i icccs . icel loneyjji inclrea wide, with i men uuc-it'i , cross siraoa to nuca e into alas I .rii G l...

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

ftattcmal tyMitm. VOL. I. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1861. NO. 234. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SOIHIERN ITKAIS. Correspondence of the Itlchmond Knqnlrer. CimRKNtT IN TIIK SOI'TIt TIIR HOUTIIEIW IIAME4-4 TI1K AI.I.IK.-I OK TIIR NORTH. Hold and ullverare now nulling hi llif Sonlli ern Stales at from tn I a llfli-cii per rent, for current Innl. bill A pound ami uniform cur rency l us es-entlal to the hcallli mid vigor ol the Oonfi'dcraDy and tbo (Jovcrnim'iit a hrnllhy red blood Is to tbo power and endurance nl the body. 77i Hiln.j rf t lUprei'liitr I currency )i iisl now more loliifmml than all ef lAncnln'i Ini'iuii. It ii what ought not to be, and can not, be pubmllted to by the Southern neonle. Ttito to their Soulier character aud sordid imtlncls, the taukii aro ready, for a lewUle dollars, to crush the Government and the people together. Ar! these Institution1! really tho friend ol Lincoln! Just o noon a It appp nr tint the banks are to be allowed to prey upon tho peo ple at this tim...

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

w t r'F NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PnblUhttl Daily, Suiulnjs Exftpltil, BY W. ,1 MUHTAOII CO Oroc i M. Wiln, Killlor. KT Tho publication oBlce of the JValionol Republican Is it the northeast corner of 1 and Seventh street, second floor, over W. D. Shep herd' store. Entrance on Seventh street. Friday, August 30, 1861. COIFIDKNOT. IN TUB PIIKS1DKNT. Confidence la the President seems to be universal nmoEg thoso, of whatever party hitherto, who are now for the Union and the maintenance of the Republic. Al an Immense meeting of the citizens ol Chicago In favor of the vigorous prosecution of the war, on Saturday evening last, the fol lowing resolution was adopted unanimously and amid tremendous cheers: Resolved, That we have confidence In Abra ham Lincoln, and belle; e he will do his whole duty In the administration of the war. This, In the great city of the President's own State, and when he Is thoroughly known, Is the testimony of men of all parties to the fidel ity of a public servant, who I...

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

LOCAL NEWS. To AUctlrl. Ntwrly lour llioiimind cojilca ol llm llipml. lican are circulated among the llu.illni nopnl i. Hon every day, besides tlielargo niimborsorved tn tegular aubscrlbors. Advertiser" will t.iVe note accordingly. Tlte Police Commtiatonera The Hoard of Commissioners or tho Moll opoll. tan Police met yesterday aftornoon at tho resi dence of Mr. .1.1''. Hrown, at which all the mem bers, with the exception id Mr. Itobbln.vvliols absent In New York, wero present. Alter the transaction of business rcl.itlng t.) tho appllc.mU, they adjourned to meet this afternoon tit thos.imo place, when the question of dividing the District Into polluo districts will bo decided. The committee to whom was referred tho nutter uf dividing tho District Into pollco dis tricts have made two reports. The one signed by Messrs. Itowcn and Tenuoy recommends for district No. l.tliat portion of the oountyevstof the Eastern Brunch, one sergeant and ten policemen; district No. 2, that portion of thn...

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

GOVERNMENT ADVTTS. PROPOSALS Villi ARMY WAIHIN1A1VU AMBULANCE HAUNKSS OrriCK or AnMt Ciothi and KgiiPAOi, ibmer ,f linear and Miner ttrrett. .V.io liul, lni 1 3, 1381. PROPOSALS will be received ot this ofllee for furnishing, by contract, Army Wagon llarnew. The proposals should state th price at which they - h.v...v.i.t,. t tin. niacea ot manufacture, and the prloe at which they can be delivered at thin depot, the numbrr which can be made by the bid der within one month alter receipt of the older, alio the numhrr ul.n-li he can deliver wltlila one rhe harne mint exactly coulorm to the follow log si-ecifleallona, and to the established pattern f our mule harness as follow, to wit WHEEL. Two Ouilors Breech straps 3 feet 0 Inches Ion. 3, inches wide, sewed Into Uinch rings of ?, Inch iron, hip straps 3 tret 11 Inches long, 2U Inch's wide , stay pieces 2 feet long,2; inches wide, with 1), Inch buckle) ; cross straps to buckle into stay pieces, 0 feet long, I ', Inch wide, tide straps 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 August 1861

iticmal lUpttBirati. VOL. I. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1861. NO. 235. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Vcstmla Bulling Edition. .-Tlio President wo.', IliU mornlug, en y,ifii In evimlnlng tho I'russlan needle gnn. K'frAn odlcer, stationed In Virginia, Mates. Unit uhlle wo have lost several of our men In the late picket sklrmNhea, Hie enemy are kuown In liave had sixteen killed by our expert harp shooteri. No Moan OiNiiuNoa ron Mitwiomi - The Secretary of the Treasury lnw jmt Issued an order forbidding tho futtiro durance of cargoes of goodi for tho port o JhUraoras, Mexico. The Bhlpment of cargoes lo lh.it port wa? virtually giving aid and comlort to the rebels, by putting within their reach artldo of which Ihcy ore iu need. ThN order or Feciolary Chae stopi all such supplies. JOTwo young men recently cmplojcd In tho Southern SIethoillt I'ubllcatlon House, al Nashville, Tennessee, luvc relumed to Phila delphia, under the foicc of Gen. Duils'ii reient proclamation of exile. From thei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 August 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Daily, Snmlnj RifciM BV V ,1 MUHTAOH CO Oen. M. We l"i KtlKor. . i.f Hie AVifioruif nm TU ...,t .....II nfll JJqxiWiranl.nl the north . .wi'- ' " '" Seventh street -e.'o"d il.Mr. over . I. Shep hard's store Piilr-ince on Seventh street. ."afiiMlay, August 31, ISfil, fllK Uli'liMlI.V NATIONAL KKI'IHIM CAN. This large. handsome, ami well HIM weekly for this week i3 ready to-day It contains all MM 411" I'lll , , .. , ihe origiaal nutter of ibettotfy. Including local news mttnstlug to die country at large, and full reports ol i'i. working ot the dluVent Departments. It contain, -ilso, all Hie new of the day, both fui..iii ami domestic, a well as original oortespeiildeu.v lumi nil pirls ol the country This In just Ihe paper above all other', lor our volunteers to -end tj their friends at home, who wish to lie Inlormeil In legard to matter tranpiiing at Ibr -eat ol (lovernment lrlc. four cents in wrapper". To regular subscribers it Is lurnlshed at $1 per yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 August 1861

LOCAL NEWS. To Advertise rsj Nearly Tour thousand copies ut Itiu Ktpud lican aro circulated ntnong the floating populi Hon every day.besldes thelargo nil mbor served In regut ir subscribers. Adverllseis will t iko mite accordingly. A Mississippi Its fiieri Vnrrovv Ksrnpe uf a Union Ulan. Yesterday morning, nbout 11 o' look, a m in named Loteno D. Patrick, Ksq.,irrivpd In llili city and hid an Intenlow with Mr F. W. Rew ard, Assistant Sicretary of Rtato. lln st.itos that, In ISM, lie removed from New Voik to Pike cuunly, Mississippi, and bought six hun dred and forty acres ot tlmborcd land. A short time aflcr, he pin chased a sle.im saw-mill, which ho worked rognl irly for moi o thin three years, In which time ho amassed some consid er. ible means, In July last, ivhHo attending to his dally avo cation In tho mill, an nrmod mob arrested him as a prisoner, ami took him some distance fioin the mill, whorn a mob trial was hold. Tho packed "ury" rolurnod a veidlct that ho should lie given...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 August 1861

GOVERNMENT ADVTS. Proposals rou Aiiitiv wiuuvi."" AHBULAXCH IIAHNKSS Orrirt of Akmt Ci omito aim r artrAor, I toner of llmnrd ant V reef itrl wVrt -""". lj PROPOSALS will be r"''- ' ,hl, omcs for funjI.hl-g.bTContiac' ArmJWsgon llarne. Tb mrDOsals sho .. 'l '"'.', '..?.. .1 i,i.th,. M Sff .S1?!""4 at thVV '.. o m.nor.ctuw,i depot .,ib.nn.b.r wjkl, ic.ii be pmde bjr the bid der w ftlMthe number WMK Th harness mutt exactly conform to the follow lor ipeciIoatloni, and to the established pattetn Jour mule harnena as follows, to wit WHKFX. Two Qnllorn Breech straps H feet d inches Ion s 11 Inches wide . sewed Into 14 Inch rinss of Inch Iron; hip ttrapt R feet U Inches long, 2'4 Inch wide , stay pieces 1 feet long, 2 S Inches wide, with IK Inch buckles ; crosx straps to buckle into Hay nlaeea. b feet Ion it. 1). Inch wide ide straps 4 fMt long, It, Inch wide, the straps 16 Inches long, K Inch wide, tapering to a point Two Belly liandi Long Ide 2 feet 9 Inches long, 3 InohM wide, with a 2 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 September 1861

-V9WCZ.. -i-t i 'tl.f T . Itatural tynblitm. YOL. I. WASHINGTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER U, 1861. NO. 23G. ySJxt-jtwrjV(r-nfyr.-- NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Salurdnj's Liming Edition. tjB- The Secretary ol War left tbe city Hits morutng for a brief visit North Railous Asa". 'hiv Professor Lovve.iiuoiit ilbl o'cleiek tliii morning, left Unufumu nntl .iceenUil on Ills aeirlil voyage, nearly uiirallu the N'altonit Obforatory, across tlio river. M- 8im u Wo notice that a number of imi c meetings havo been postponed. Treason Is beginning to hldo its head tturriAN Cotton Mr. Haywood, of IlieuVri ulath.i of the English Cotton Supply Associa tion, sent to Egypt to stimulate tbo production of totlon there, makes a most Interesting report ol an interview with the Viceroy. The Viceroy sa'd ho would do what he could, by way or example, by extending the cultiva tion of cotton upon his own private estates. Ho advised that English capitalists make advances to land proprietors engaged in cotton raising, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 September 1861

NATIONAL ItLWiMICAN. ruMMicd Daily, Snndayx Emptcd, MY W. ,1 MUKTAOH A CO lltti. M. Weston, killtor, rr l'lio iHilillo.itlon olllco of llie A'uliuntil uimWuim is Hi the northeast cornet uf .inJ seventh street, second floor, over W. I). Shrp. I ord's store. IJulrance on Sovculli street. .Monday. ciilcnilir -', Mil. THIS OMMtlOUS SHtfti Y"ton1ay was n while ilajr h-re, ami .il in i luxal place reached by the glorloilnlelUjiei cc of the capture of the forts commanding lln UatUnis inlet of l'am!co Sound Wo me happy to be able to spread before, our leader, this morning, the report", In lull, of Genft.il Butler uud Oomuinloie Slrlngham. with m i oinpaujltijr pipers, which give complete .ic maul' ol the natlouat victory. Geneialllut lar trfeis lnU'tty to ll results, opening ram Uco buuud with its conuccled sounds nud their tributary ityeis tu our gun lio Us, and thus n tidsiair tliu i utile coast of North Carolina That state. Instevlol tending any more troops to Virginia, will recall those...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 September 1861

V x - TJ"Z2& JtMPCJ fiiHSittWJJ't'li us ..--... iY"!Tn -att -i VaS" -j - c --.rj - 'HsHi - stvrri;",iv.srr;rr, '? CI1- "tT"" o. - I day, nllcr bombardment from tlin llrct ol p-trls of two days. I shall forward a full accotin' hminli.Ui.ly on my arrival at Now York, whither I li.-ivc concluded lo land them as rrqu s'od lu your oomnHiiitoatlon In rcferenco lo irIuiiiT coin Ing Into possession of tho navy. After land ing them I hal! return lo Kan p'on llu ids. Respectfully, your obed out servaqi, S. II. Stmmiham, llaij Officer Atlantic lilockuillmj fyvulron On- lUiTKHAS Isi.i.r. U. 8. bhlp llbmeio'a, .In.. 21), 18i,l. Hon. Gidkov W'w 1.1, See'; a"'" -Y''.V : Sib : I havo tho honor to encloso ilis nt-dclct of capltitlallon agreed upon itt the eiirron lcr of tho forts at llu Inlet of Ila'lorai, North Carollni. II tho Depaitment hive auy orders, 1 should be plo tsed to receive them at New York. Respectfully, your obedient servant, 8. II. Stuixuiiavi l'ij Offim AVintla lllocka ling iSu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 September 1861

GOVERNMENT ADV'TS. IllCOl'USAml'OU AllMY WMOUVSAM) 1 AUBUI.ANOU HAUNKSH Oil It it or AM C.oriiisn ahd Fli n aui Orni of irmanl ami Vmtnh'l Vie 1'nl, IIJ1I"1 l'1101'OSAt.S will e received at this office lor larnlshltig, hy contract, Army U .gon J1"""; Tho rropofil. should mate the price at which the) e.ntfurnlslicUt therlaco mani.f-.cuK no. t he pr at w men ny n "'"r .,'. i depot, c number which can be made bi the 1.1 bV the I III II'Y'l.Vr. -inon.h alter recelnt of tf. nrdtr ilMtl a number which lie can ililher within f. I "'rrk """- y . . . . ....I .. .. 1 . !.. t- . ... Th name mu i catuy tuiuonii m inr u in tug pc educations, And in the establiihf 1 patternr r our luuic unics us luiiuwa lunu win. ix. Iwo QuUorn Urceci p.ttap. 3 feet u IiiOh Ion is. Inches wide, tewed Into 14 inch rln (tof1, inch Iron, hip 6 traps 8 fett 11 inched h ug, -i lech wide May pieces? feet lmg,2t Inchta wlde,v it tt 1 , Inch buckles croi sti p to buckle into day pleoes, 6 leet long, pt inch wide tile str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 September 1861

6.rf v.iya- -?-- - . Xr Uattmwl IkpttMitEtt. I VOL. I. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1861. NO. 237. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Yesterday's Euning Edition. HKMAINS OP GKN. I.YON. Tltn reninlni of this brave nml Rulhnt hero have liotn c route lor Connecticut for come day put, nml every wliTi-lliey have liu-mlnly honoirj. At St. I.ouU the turn out of the roll Ituty wai linmeiw. SlnrcsandilKclllng-hou'cs were ilrnpvil In minimlng, ami llm entire city pceinrd to bewail Hie tall or lliii gull.iht foldier in n nationul calaniily, In Cincluntill tin ob wquies were iiki vli- obrorwil by the cillzeni iirnl soldi' ry, and, upon the uiilval of the body, It was placed in Smith A: Nixon's Hall, nml there laid In i-late, guarded by the military. In Htthbnrg the c ipse was received by tcver.il companies of tliu Homo Ciuard, and rcoilr d to the depot, Miijor Couaut, the aid do camp ol t' e lato General, and commander of Ihe escort, de clining any more extensive demons! latlon. The milllnry or Hil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 September 1861

XATMAL UErUBLlCAK. Pnhlv'.if,i Urt.h. mi:i.I.ij tottl'H BY vV .1 M' ''-- 1X ,V CO Urn. 11. Wf !'. ."lllnl. j-. ' ' tmn ' Woo ( f the, A'nliui.nl ritpaWifi" . Hip i...t tlio.it rornei i.f 1) .iml 5C,...,i. t,'-"t st ,r,l Hour, over W l. Shop--iss- EnUanco on Seventh street. Tuesday. September 3. 161. PI. . '. (OTI'.'X, Hied pinpttutairnl ol the hlah expectations . nvd-'xi-r li' year? nn. upon the an no-ince mem of Mr Clausen ' method of ro f -c'ti- fl t to a (Murt't'in ndnptin-j it lo tlie o" e ' n. !i ii ni'urally iiu V the n'd e amicus ' dsh.w' Vn-lievi- ill the prnctlci! v,.:r-.,.- . i,, ,. However, the otgiii ,, n , - sm York company, under tin . .,-c.. .-,-., , Hunt ,al Sunn I n - T 1 lift V70lli U IiOckpOlt, - Y i '- pi, In ttiii dl llav. cotton, hit f .i -n iho -iilijecl. The pet i." n il i" III' l.orlcnoil enlorpri-e mi vi lfM i il '1 will lie -iiccp-'IiiI u f -liv M.iic'nii"tu "i'i i i l ai-1 imhi' ..I -da impa-iy, w'lith Ins esl.ibli'hed . .V i imw.i and Ilovbury, and which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 September 1861

53 'ji.Mjf ' in rmiui nW WW ""' aV".""' " r-r. -TV? " Vk V S- WW J1-. J .ST ASTU39- VVTV" Ji LOCAL NEWS lu Ail ".erf- a NimtIj four tlimiMiiit miU- ' I')" II lnl hcan mo Uruil itctt .ununn llio il hIihk " pul i tlonovory (lRyibosldcatli(l,us(inimt)oi sorcil to regular Fubscrlbcrs. AdvorlHors nil! titko nr.ic accordingly. CITl tOl'MILS. Monday, bc'itmbiM 2, lsi.l. Bin mi ei Aldfrmln TUe 11 Mid mot ut tbc usual hour, mid wis i il ed to oriloi by tlie I'rmtilenti All tbo members tiro'cnt, nxi opt Mr. Wendell. A communication wu iceixoil liom tbo Mayor, nollfj ln llio Uoird that ho bid up proved of llio net .tiiUioilzIng tlie leicpllini "f Troasuiy imtcs ut pur In patmcint ol tike, llooncei Ac; an act prodidliu foi tho erection ol u flro plug ut tbo cornel of M issiicliusetls .nenuo ami 1 lili toonth street; and in ar .imendatorj i r an net nullim l?lng llio Nunc of I'prllflc.itos of indelitoilnes. Mr. Flslier, from the Wutoi C'oininltleo, ro poitnd a bill providing foi tjio continual! ...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 September 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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