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vi;dni:.day morning, oct.-22, nc,2
Some communications are crowded
out of our columns this morniDg by
news which lakes precedence of every
thbg. If Mosci and tho'I'rophets were
lo fpeak from their sepulchres, to the
pople, the latter would turn away to
read tLo last telegraphic news.
Tho I'or.loon liJ;.;-, tho building of
which was commenced some eix days
ago, across the river at this place, was
completed yesterday, and the first wag
on pafEed over yesterday morninpr. The
bridge is located above tho Ilailroad
l-ridje, at the Middlo IVrry Landing.
It contests of three boats placed endwise
wiii connecting beam.", and is about -l i'i
leet long, and twenty-five feet wide. It
has two (racks one for wagons, and the
oth'T for foot passengers. The structure
was erected under the superintendence of
(.'apt. Boijkut Konoi ke, of the corps of
Civil Engineers, and i said to be ex
cecitirijily strong and subsfantiul.
Troops for Nashville.
A geitlleman who left Louisville last.
Saturday arrived here yesterday eve
ning, lie states that he passed three
regiments of infantry, cavalry, anil ar
tillery some fifty miles this side f
Louvisville, on their way to Nashville.
They will probably arrive here by Friday
or Saturday. Other forces will soon be on
their way, destined for a grand campaign
through Middlo TYnnesse, and the rescue,
of East Tennessee, we devoutly trust,
from the band of the oppressor.
Vallanhioham, is defeated by his op
ponenl, (Jen. Schenk, by some 1.200 ma
jority. Congress is now forever rid of
a great nuisance, and consummate ras
cal. An item appeared in the local column
yesterday morning, without the knowl
edge of the editor, in reference to a horse
paid to havo been stolen, on last Tues
day nighs, from the stable of Mr. Chas.
Smith of this place. .The officer who
took the horse, called at our ollice yes
terday and assured us that lie took the
horse by authority, and that there was
no theft about it.
There will be an entertainment at the
Theatre this afternoon. It is intended
s a benefit for Mr. J. K. Allen. All
persons desirous of spending a pleasant
afternoon can be accommodated by call
ing at the Theatre.
J Headquarters 19tu Rf.o. III. Vols.)
Tort Confiscation, Oct., 21st, 18G2;
To Cols. Stanley, Stokkb, Wtncook,
Sjnwell, Casbf.lly, Oivf.n, Doct. Enu.
Swift, nd others :
Sin: In answer to your call in this
morning's issue of the " Nashville
Union." I would lay that a repetition
of the "Zouave Drill," in my opinion,
would be altogether out of order, and
would not be of much benefit to the
' audience. However, as you desire it, it
will afford rue the greatest pleasure to
have the Squad drill at the Theatre on
I am, sirs, most respectfully, your
J AS. I!. HAYltEN.
(.'apt. Comd'ng l'Jth Ills. Vol. Infantry.
n 9 mm
fiiii(Utr . i;apres for lltid-ru,
Y.'e will start one or two of our Pas
senger Express Wagons fur Henderson,
on the Ohio Kiver, neit Saturday, Oc
tober 35th. Fare, $20.
Persons desiring to go, will pleasf call
immediately and secure seats.
TLAI.KY A SWANK.
.Li very Stable, No. f South College St.
Oct. 22 -it.
Washington, Oct. 10. The depreciation
of paper money is inconveniently felt by
the Government iu its transactions, in
eluding the difference of exchange to pay
the navy and civil expenses distant from
points where United States notes can bo
made available. 1 com a similar cause,
many contractors will be involved in
Leavy looses, if not bank ruptcy, owing
to the largely increased prices nf arti
cles w hit h they have obligated them
m lvt to furnii-h. Tl.eywill.it is said,
apply to C'ongren for relitf.
Specials to the New York Times Rr.d
Appointments- at Washington.
Senator Pearce, Of Maryland, at the
Point Of Death. I
Democrats Elected in Ohio.
'jat-.tul to lln Tin.e.
Washington, Oct. 15. There is
truth in the statement recently published
that the Secretary of the Treasury has
ueciucd lo ask a new loan tor the Oov
ernmont. We learn from Sharpsbuig that a gen
tleman who arrived there Saturday from
Richmond says that there are at least 20,-
UUU rebel soldiers between uordonsville
The railroad bridges between Stanton
and Winchester arc not rebuilt, and much
embarrassment results to the rebels in
the transportation of their artillery nnd
lie states that the journalists and ar
istocrats of Richmond are bitterly oppos
ed to all overtures of pence, while the
middle and lower el asses favor such a
policy, but are intimidated into silence.
The President's emancipation procla
mation has excited great wrath in the
The Times' special correspondent at
Frederick sends the following: I have
just seen a Lieutenant who left Pools-
villo at nine o'clock this morning. He
says the same rumors are current there,
as in Frederick, in regard to a return of
the rebels, but the story is altogether
destitute of foundation. A member of
(Jen. McClellan's stair, who left head
quarters this morning, says nothing was
known of the enemy having crossed the
"Irs. Mcl'lellan was still there.
The rebel cavalry pickets ;ue in sight,
from P.olivax heights.
The Second cavalry regulars, are re
connoitering with Hv days' provisions.
i-m-:.iI m ii,.- Il.-ralil.
It is rumored in court circles here that
Hon. Leonard Swell, of Illinois, has been
called to Washington to assume a respon
sible position near the President.
Col. K. P. Soasanion, of tho Twenty
third Ohio regiment, has been appointed
a P.rigadier (ieneral for gallant services
at tho battle of South Mountain.
, Col. W. II. Polk, of Tennessee, is here.
The experiments with the 10-inch
Dahlgren gun are sat is factory, and it is
not doubted this species of ordnance will
be made practically useful in naval ope- I
Intelligence has reached here this even
ing that Senator Pearce, of Md., is at the
point of death.
(SiociuI lii Hie Tribune.
A report which wo mentioned last
night, to the effect that the enemy's cav
alry, about ten thousand strong, -were at
Lees burg, and, perhaps, hound on a dash
into Washington, caused universal pre
cautions to be taken last night by the
authorities. An expedition was sent out
to ascertain the facts. They proceeded
to Leesburg, and found that only a few
cavalry had been encamped near the
town on the road to Conrad's ferry, from
Sunday noon until Monday afternoon, at
which time they passed through Lees
burg on their way back to Winchester,
as was 6uppoBed.
Columbus, O., Oct 1G The following
Congressmen are elected.
Democrats First District, G. II. Pen
dleton; Second District, Alexander Long;
Fourth District, J. F, McKinney; Fifth
District, F. C. Leland; Seventh District,
S. S. Cox; Eighth District, Wm. Johnston;
Ninth District, W. P. Noble; Eleventh
District, W. A. Hutchwis; Twelfth Dis
trict, Wm. K. Finck; Thirteenth District,
John O'Neill; Sixteenth District, J. A.
Republicans Third District, R. C.
Schenck; Tenth District, .lames M. Ash
ley; Seventeenth District, E. R. Rekley;
Ecightecnth District, R. P. Spalding;
Nineteenth District, J. A. Carfield.
The Sixth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth
Districts are not yet decided,
Frederick, Oct. 10, Midnight. Later
advices fiom opposite Shepardstown re
port that tli reconnoitring party under
General Humphreys, which crossed the
Potomac this morning, was met near
Shepardstown by a rebel force, which
opened upon them an artillery lire. As
our forces had no artillery with them,
they retreated across the river, having
accomplished the object of the reconnois
satice and ascertained that the rebels
were still in some force at this point.
L 1 ime.-i' t-'-eeial
Wamunuton, Oct. It!. Geu. Fremont
expects soon to be ia Washington, pre
liminary to his assignment to an impor
tant command in the Southwest.
The statement, published nearly week
since that General Morgan hail bent sus
pended from his command on account of
bis retreat from Cumberland Gap is be
lieved by the Secretary of War to be un
true, as nothing of the kind i known at
ClIAHI.ESTOWN, Va., Oct. lli, 8 P. M.
Ijee is at w inclieutcr with a larue. force.
and Jackson at P.unker Hill with another
Urge force. Stuart's cavalry is mi the
Shenandoah. A laigu rebel f..rcr is at
Leestown, six miles away. Our forces
are deployed out : Caldwell's brigade on
the righ t front, the Mi New Hampshire
on the left, the 0th regiment of cavalry
on the extreme front of the village and
cavalry in front and artillery si uttered
I h rough the village. The tiih New York
t. avahy are two miles in ihe rear to pre-
vent a Hank movement. The enemy is
' expected to be reinforced.
' We learn from the pcoplo that Jeff.
j Davis lias issued a proclamation to the
!0noct Uiat H Union officers hold and
I captured shall bo put to bard labor if the
Lincoln proclamation is carried out.
"e w lurious .torn, raging.
Washington, Oct. 18. We have des
patches from the Times' correspondent
dated at Cenfrevillo and Creen Springs.
Tho rebel General Stuart was at Lees
burg on Monday, our correspondent hav
ing been within Bight or their camp tires.
He attempted to cut off Caplain Ayer's
detachment, but was foiled by informa
tion given by a negro who had heard his
master detail the rebel plan of operations.
There is no doubt that Stuart is now in
front of our advanced guard, and threat
ening an attack. General Stahl has ad
vanced to meet him, and our correspon
dent is confident that Stuart will bo
compelled to light or run.
Stunrt encamped yesterday between
liull Run Mountain and the RIuc Ilidge.
Our pickets were driven in last night
from the direction of Leesburg. Lieut.
Honing returned on Tuesday evening
from a reconnoissance, and reports a force
of 100 rebel cavalry at l'ristow's Station,
and that rebels are running trains be
tween Warrenton and Warrenton Junc
tion. A small rebel force appeared yes
terday on the Stone P.ridge at the Hull
Hr.Aniv' An l Eiis Aiimt or Potomac,
October 17. s
Yesterday morning when General Han
cock advanced his division to Charles
town, (Jen. Woodbury's division crossed
the Potomac atShepardstown ford, taking
tho road leading to Smithfield, a small
village half way between Charlestown
and I'unker Hill. Gen. Woodbury en
camped last night between Leestown and
Keai neysville, about seven miles from
Smithfield. His troops met with but
slight' resistance during the day from the
enemy's mounted pickets. This morn
ing he advanced his cavalry toward
Smithfield, three miles from P.unker Hill,
when he met tho cavalry of Hancock's
Re fore reaching this point the enemy
was found to be in very largo force. The
recnnoissanceliere ended, its object being
te ascertain where the main body pf the
rebel army was.
There is no doubt that the rebel Gen
erals intend to give battle at or near
'.heir present location. The indications
are that they will not have to wait long
.before they again encounter the army of
the 1 ofouiae.
Washington- oh. 17. Accounts re
ceived from other than newspaper sour
ces show that since the battle of Antie-
tam there are less indications in Europe
than formerly recognize the Southern
Confederacy, and that the result of that
engagement, so far as the government of
tho United States is concerned, has had
a decided beneficial inlluence.
Military indications and partly known
facts ;ve entirely at variance wb.h the
current reports that the ainiy of the Po
tomac is preparinj' to go into winter
The agricultural department has re
ceived gratifying intelligence from va
rious sections of the country of ihe suc
cess attending the culture of cotton.
Those from Soulhoru Illinois aieespeei
ally encouraging. '
Secretary ('base has been detained at
home for a week by physical inljrmity,
but to-day lie attended tho Cabinet meet
ing, and also resumed the transaction of
business at tho Treasury Department.
The Department of tho Tennessee will
include Cairo, Fort Henry, and Fort
Donelson, Southern Missouri, and the
portions of Kentucky and Tennessee
West of the Tennessee river. According
to the ofiicial order just issued, Maj. Gen.
Grant is assigned to the command of the
Seventeen field officers, including Gen
erals Prentiss and Crittenden, and two
hundred lino officers, recently released
prisoners of war from the South, have
been granted leave of absence for (bitty
We learu from a well-informed army
officer who arrived from Danville yester
day that Gen. Gilbert's army corps was
within seven miles of the Kentucky river
on Wednesday, and moved at three o'
clock in tho afternoon of that day in pur
suit of the rebel army. The rebels in
their flight had destroyed nine hundred
of their wagons, together with the bridge
over the Kentucky river, to embarrass
the pursuit by (Jen. Gilbert's forces. The
retreating rebel force embraced four thou
sand infantry, four hundred cavalry, and
a battery of artillery wherewith to dis
pute the passage of the Federal troops,
in confirmation of the above report pa
roled prisoners from the Twenty-fourth
Wisconsin regiment, of Gen. Sheridan's
division, who arrived here yesterday,
state that the rebels have retreated with'
tho intention of escaping through Cum
berland Slip. iMtisiille Jwuivil.
The liKBK.i. ICktreat. We have infor
mation which leads us to believe that tho
rebel llraffjr was at Crab Orchard on Sun
day lat, his command consisting of for
ty thousand Hen. It was their plan to
retreat rapidly from the State in the di
rection of Mt. Vernon. Kirby Smith's
line of retreat was by way of Manches
ter and Cumberland Gap. hn, Jmuif
" A Louisiana regiment i s said to have
tukrii ''() prisoners in the late battlu at
Piehmoii l, and to have murdered them
all. The story has an orijrn infilling it
CORRECTED DAILY fcy W. . CHILES & CO.,
No. 'J, COLLEGE STREET.
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ury Note, ohm, Indiana, a:i : K' i tin kj ; (
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tank of Commerce 4
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Hank of 1 h rulriif tr-.
Hunk nf Went 'IrnncfKi-B. .
lUnk of MW l! TuiincMce
Gfort'!.! (ii J Sontii CnniMnn
Nuri.li C'ur'ilum and Virginia
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Nortli Wi Bli rn B uilt of fjcorela
U.'ink vl tin Eini,ri! Mule, bum ...
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Pulton Hunk (jij
Hunk of WlntfiVM . . .. . .'.Y...Y.'..
Tiinlior ( 'ulli tb' U.ink liO
ICerusn the lomirw of nil KanUx
1 In' fu!!mv in.i; Ti.'tinowo flunk" ro tinikrn, or
tin. vi.' ,"i'ii wound ni ; and tli-ir Xnli'S, if any nrn
on:, nr.' i tti rly win tines." :
Ak'i 'i-niliinil nnk,at Br.nvinvilln.
Ci-ntnil Hunk of T'-nnenv,'!', nt Naslivillo.
i irmcis' and Al 'i liimir.-f' Hunk, at Mwnnliifl.
M'r hnnii's' Hank,t M 'mplin.
M. iMliliin Siviim- Irtiluiiun, nt MnnptiiH.
Kdnin:ii J!ank,ut. Jlurlrontiorn.
M-m-rs ' nnd .M anul'iirliirori' Hank, nt Knoxvill .
Kmk of K i.-t Tcnni"-'pi', ih Knuwilli'.
Hunk of Tri'ntun, nt Trenton.
Hunk of Jolii'inon, nt Dandridn".
I'nnk of I'Uilioriii', ut Tazewml.
H ink of Tuzi-wi II, at Tu.'-wcll.
I.:iv.'rine,'lni,s Hunk.nt Lawri'mteliiir;;.
citizens' Hunk, at MenipliiK.
l.imk of America, ut ( lurksvillo
leu I8 U.I.F, SainrdH', Oi tolier 13. lii.
There ivcr? no :Iiiiiik' in monetary all'uirR yrit"r
ifiy, Urn h inkim Inlying gold at from 2.'i to '.IK i
('lit. iivininni and M-lliii nt ::.'ir,t;t(; cent. Tlio
r ites tor Hilver erc 2. V e -hi. ireiiiiuin Ituvinc anil
li'i'r'cent. dellina. Jleiniunl Nolnj sold nl !,,21 Y
eini. jvinker i.ny i.jMei u r.xcli.iiifro at J f. cent
dii:iimit and vt-Ii at p a to ' , pn niinin.
Cincinnati, Oct. 17, P. M.
fioM declined to I'.'S, Filver to l'J415, and ile
maud not' i lo l'.''. Exchange itoady.
Tii' -';u v id. ilBt, of liraiu fever Wm. Stkwakd,
III- IVi' irU and neiuaitancn aro rcHieetfully invi
ted to utiend liis Iiiiiit1, without further notieo
In-iii ' In- reHiileuoe of 1. B. Col i:m t", 'SI North Market
mri-i-t, at 2 o'clock, tlti afternoon. I'ivin ervie
In- W . M r. K.'irer
Order o. 40.
HKlln.il 4'ITKKI, tMll II Sl'HTM FOKI IH,"!
. I vie S'a-IIVII.IK, TKMII.8TK, f-
IM-Mltki! iil, 1IH12. )
I. The citi.eiin of Nashville will im
mediately turn over to I.iect. C. C.
Ooke, Aid de Camp and Ordnance Of
'licei', at these Headciuiirtes all the Anns
or Ammunition of War, in their pus-Mi's-jlon
or concealed viifhin their
II. TIiokc pcrsous who, before tin.' 21th
inst., voluntarily deliver up their nrms,
properly ntarhed with their names, will
receive a receipt for them to be returned
or tattled for as the Gover nment may di
rect. III. Tho refusal to deliver anna of any
descriptions, or to report their where
ubouM, if known, will be taken as sulli
cient. evidenco of disloyalty to subject
the offender to severe penalties. No ex
cuse whatever will be taken for an eva
sion of (his order.
IV. A rigid inquiry will be instituted
to discover pnrfiea who may evade this
order in any purticuaer, und a liberal re
ward will he ottered for information
which will lead tosuth discovery.
Py command of Gt-.x. Nix.i.ev.
.Tas. A. LowiUK, Capf. and A. A
Greenback', TcniieHsee money, Gold,
Silver, Southern currency, and Chatlan
Kona money briny; tho best price at tho
IxM iiANn. R.xniA-i.i. oflice.of W. J. Mami
on College, street, opposite the SeViano
llniihe. A premium puid for $1 and 'l
Ti tint s-.'o I'ank noteu and ihinplaxters.
llKAiiWuAnr:ns IbT Tksnt. Cavalhv,
Nasiivii.i.k, Tkvn.,Ahjj. Llr-Ca.
O.-Jrrs Ko. G.l
All ,ifliVers rei-rniliiijj for this Hcfriment,
will immediately forward to tlu-so Head
quarters :t report sliowinv? the strength
of tltepsrty, iire-i'tit, and absent, and will
hereafter, at lea-t onc a week, make a
similar ii pott, exbitiitiii the j.rain aiid
Ios, if uny. '-ii. eli.kit rep-irt.
l!y ord. r..f Co.-.. SIGKES.
.);;; Mih.liv, Ui Lieut, ii Adjca.'it
Kl Teriri.CtvaVy ;A':jf. -'1-t''.
Library Association Co
Draws Daily at COVINGTON, Ky.,
AT 12 AND . O'CMfJ-
U.lr tU Stvciin!c:fh-K ,,f Siofrn
$5,000 to $40,000!
Ticlit-ts from (Ifff Hollar to Trti Dk.rs.
Order, fur Ti'k' is w.il ht jiroiriitly Kent ly re
turu moil, and our olf-.:ii.l Urawingi Bei.t t-j ull cor-ro-'ii'indcEtP.
-All orders for Tkkots, uddrcm
R. FRANCE & CO.,
I irrnl irs sent freo to ull ordering.
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Auction fe Commission
No. 71 ITItl K' Mir.im:,
aoLicrrs consiokments. axi win, r.w r.
lH-on:.t lllteillion In I H:iU.-of lH'V (.'j,.i1m, li, ,,--Kli'H'S.
Huts nnd Mereli uidihO p'ner:ii)v. '
WtS'All mli a C'uhIi, and returns in;i.!,. jn-omnliv.
IlErKiu-.M-Fs: Mnrri.x & Stratlori, R. j!. 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 -
A Co.. A. J. Dnnciin A Co., Xuslivll'e, 1'i-nti
Charles. H. Green,
AliKN'T Ff'tt THK
COLLECTION Of CLili'.lS
U. S. G0VERNEIENT.
Office, No. 38, Cherry Street,
(UP ST A IKS.)
Wl'-l IVK I'UOMl-T attkntion to hii:
colliielion of nlHiinn nf inn L-i ii. i .i...
fioviiriiim nt of tlio I nii-d Hlalex inlrn.-led In li,
OFFICE ON UNION STREET.
lii'lww n Colle-a Hiid Clierry ttreet, fnp nlnir.;) o, er
...in uuui nu-ro, nADiivii.i.):, 1 cvm'mke'
David mi eoiiii Idwiird II. K.iil, S.uniiel K. Hare
Ilori o II. tlrrwoii, A. J. Dimoun. '
Wilton county Hon. Jordan Stokx,
'SwUlt coin.liVr. V. II. (ionlon, .1. V. Buwrn '
IfrKulb counlgT-CoX. W. 11. Stoki'B.
Warren county IIoIktI Cain, Oeorgo J. Si;llrle I.
nnM rnuntji Williiim Ilnson.
T MitUrortl county Kdmd I.. .lurdon, William It
HnifnrA oo William II. Wi-fin r.
Marshall counlij Aimer Hleel.
If iimntr nnmlii Baiio Pyton, Tliom.'m Triinlilf.
Jncl.mn county Pavid Mioplii'i d.
A'.nl T.'ftiiw Hon. T. A. il. Nii!non, Hon. Ki.l.iMt
McKinnny. SKpHi Im.
Toall the Military Ueparlmenl In
the Iitrict of tlto Ohio.
ON AH AI- I KR TIIK lut PAY F JCI.T lS'.'i
nl oieii uu iilrli-p t lli.t lund Holl In Null,
tilli-e, Teiineh, ami onu on Jllu n mrei't, opuon t
lli (.iiolt Hons lnivill', Ky., lor Nil trn.-tio!i
or lifi r in mi iieirnni'iit. tor iliree Dinnilii fmui
July lHt ISoi. t'llAlll.l-s KAliN'.Jr.,
Hrf Con true lor for tin- Muriit ol Oiu i
N H. Ill it nl SUiiet T.. (-aid f.-r g.Khi i w
Claims Against the U. States.
Al.l.KN A. HAM, will llen,l to thi n.li-eina of
clMim mdtiini any of ibi I'nili-1 Slle uMiliori.
lie eithor hern or at Wayliinnini. Mi nil. I..- Itinurt
at the Switni' Hnne.
NaahTille, Juno I'iili, H('.
Southern Bank "Notes
HAN Ji IV o T K H,
AND GOVERNMENT CHECKS,
B'lflJllT AN'I) .-((Ml MY.
N-. tO.Oil i-tetSt., (Yfon-Uit'ii (Unit lluildiug )
July II. '
Sheriff's Sale. .
ON TIIIKDAV.IHB i'li l I)AY OK OCToIIKII,
1 .', I wi'l eip"iat I'nlille, tale, lo tlm hinhmt
hiddor, l.,r ori, ..t tlnj Wari-lioime ,,f Morrm A hiral
tou, 00 1 Ah .Market llet, iho lulluk ilia arta-1.,
to-v. it :
10 barrels, v,.nluin,iii SuH 7 had' b irri In Mm kerel.
and Cain h.
: kills Mii kT"l.
10 llO-le-j ( l.m-.
L'l llot-'H (i.llt I'll kle.
i.inr r --yi 0(1
M 11 k-d I'l'UI
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I 'jr. tin
l.o b 1'
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lo . .'. u : in iaiurm II, Jl. II uu. 'i. .Sao- lo
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1-11 r"i.f l'.,i::M: I'll.
'..'i e e. h t 1 At. ! .'. '1. 1 ,1
ROBERT L. MAITLAND & CG
General Commission Merchants
63 and C5, leaver IStfeet, aud 110 Ex:ui
RoimiT I. M tl.A1.
Wll I.MM Wmiiht.
CON DITT F.II Mf
HARVEY, COLLINS PIJACK,
CHARLtS H. GREEI, Agent,
No. 38, Chorry Street, N-ashvi':., Teni).
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J. .ncri-K-itnl j-rom-'-i-t ie-i ur I se:!!-tn if of ii..
inamU B;'ainl Hie tlem-rrt'. C ;-,-; . no nt of KVEdr
W:('ltirT!ON', . (vn.tuci I.;n Ii i.l K-irl
yeari' oiieri-m o in ! tn:in;vi'"!it of rl.ii'u I' '.
fore C'uurrriM, th Court of CUitun, ami tV h '-
live Iii''urlini-nti at Wa-I;ir.i;tu.i, aa 1 t e t t...r-
oii(:lily acqnitiiited ami f.im I, ar . t!i Hi
regiiliilioii. governii'K tlieir u i-.-i-n-'ct.
Tartieular aflenlioii will I - ,.: . .
out of tlm -reiont ar, in. ! tV :
Slater, ("onlriii lun, un I r-..-.,.it.:. '!!.
War iiii-l Navy I'ejinrtrr.ent-', a:. ! U v l'ollect
lnx DrlllltiK, nml Or 1:1111 Izin i 1 ol
tllltrrr," Die reiinluir, cmrtil i s'wlu, !, Mi.r
ied l.y an aet af Coniirfu; ( L.'M ' li'ii Kxl
MTV I'CIll I-KIVATE IT.l l'Kl.iV TAKrX K.iR.
pi ni.n: r.-Es, t'i; rm; dama'-i.-" t ' -i"'it
J'llill'KIM'V. for Ikini'K lo-l in I ho ..n;. . . .-. 1 f'f
.tlilitnry I'ny. I't'iition, nml Ilounif
We piw nj-i i al titi-i.t i, t r.n-:i
fcion, Itoillltit-K, a r-.-i-iif nn
wlio liavo l-e. :i vi ooi-ii.-.l n-uii .e-te-l '!i -I'aMlilit'i
of mo h a- Ii .- -.U--.-1, e. 1 .-.'11 U '.
the ill- liane ol" lll' .r lint, iif .1 1 a .i, 1
'ie.- nt war
Sjvial r:ir-i vt!i ,-i'ku hi 'n h- e'
have leeii lieteh f ! Ileivt It'll ' i' "nVirlt-4
ly th ;'ei'iirtni ,ei' r I n t- tU Jon ( ly ?lMHtlsed
1'iomit uiteijiUn alv' ir:..-n !.i r:,.. i ' .;i;-n ol
Oi;:ir;.' mahter'y i'.eri;iti i.i ea 1 -r I r-'--- ; taki-n
l"i- lln" u'e of Hie Armv , j a-1 .r..'in An . r iMi
nil ii'.- I t; i I .t til , iw i i -. I I '4.. I- r( r rj
p il tlio-lit.
All C!a iin- '. ii-i-i ri one 1 1 ai-'i reeei 1. 1,
I'rrkonnl Allrnlion, tie 1 ehy neii.
whii li, in III" linn U 1 t ui Ati.-rney at a
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Hunt, fn-'ioimtiy j ro . e liiinei . nf-.U.
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conr?n ilii all the l'e:ii trrenis en ibiej. 1.1 1 j u,.,i
ran- to ohlain if--iMi-o imu U inir "-e lily Ilia
where al coinnninicalion and oilier i.eev-.i .I, ,W,
Diimt hu ixiiidiu-trd t li rough the iimilt.
To Ihiii ndi we aollcit yon to f-mnnl . a .-;y
all canes of soeh harurtei you may ft 0111 1 i t. tnu
liv jirenenti'd, and, n l our cu.loiii, v ' (nr.
nirili you with all the in?ca-y .!?,k. a-.;, wtvn
No rhiirifti nuidc In nny case iin!.-8. hi, r.i- i-'m.
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