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. rWhanaa,", onoinnloUon waa addressed1
on tha ilith day of Jnlj last, 188?, (ij Oeneral
Robert K. Lee, Mtlng tinder (he Instructions of
1 1 SerOi7 of. Wr of tae Confederate State
iofiACTk, to General H-K..UUlc( Com.
mander-lrvChtef of tha United States armjr, in.
; rormlnf the. latter lliai a report had reached
IhM (orenMent thai Wrtl'B. MntlilWd.'a'dtl.
xen of the ConfMerata State, h4 been 'exJ
cnted brtha Vnltea Stalee anthorltlea at New
' Orleans Tr'hat1nr palled, oH the' United
SUtea oak Itrttiat eltj before It occupation by
ithe United State fcroejndcalllnfortt.
.ment qf (he acts, with tlew of.,rcUUt)on- If
such an outrage had really been committed uo-i
der the sanction of the anthorltlea of the United
'SUteSj lns-J.. i, i
" AMirnerut.'CnoUniwer heTlne'bMn1 re.
celred to tald letter.) another letter wai, bn the
Wor Antfatt Uat, (lSOa,) addftsaod br General
'LH.'nhdermylDitmctlone.toOenerafnaUeck.
renewing the Inqnlrlea In relation to theciwo-
tlarl of th uld Mumford, ttb Ihe Information
'that In the event of not recrirtuga Irprywlthlri
'fifteen daya, It wonld be assumed that tha fact
wt true; and ' sanctioned by the 'Oorcrn.
ment of the United Stalest - ' 't
' 'And bera"en answer, dated bn the Tib of
'Anftuttast, (1802.) wai addressed to General
Lee by General II. W. Ilalleck, the aald general.
In-chief of tho armtea of the United Matea, el-
lefln; enfflclent eanaea for hllnre to make early
reply to laid letter of the th or Jnly, asserting
'that "no authentic Information bad bort're-
oelredlnrelatlon tottwerecntlortof Momford,
'bnt measures m be Immediately taken to as.
certain the facta of the alleged execution," and
promlitnjrlhit Oeneral Lee thonld be dnly In
formed thereof) . " U
And whereas, on the 28th of November last,
(18C7,) another letter wai addrrsaed, under my
Instructions, by Uobert Ontd, Confederate agent
for the exchange bf prisoners, under tha cartel
between tha' two Government!, to Lieutenant
Colonel W. H.'Lndloir, ant of 'the' United
Btatoa under aald cartel, Informing him that the
explanation promised In the said" letter of
' General Hillock, or 7th or August last, had not
tyet'been received, and that If no answer was
sent to tha Government within fifteen days from,
tha delivery of 'this Isst' communication, It
would be considered that an answer It de
clined! And whereas, by a letter dated on the 3d day
of tha present month of December, tha tald
'Lieutenant Colonel Ludlow apprtsod'theaald
'Robert Onld that the above recited communi
cation or the 18th or November had been re
ceived and forwarded to the Secretary of War
of tha United States, and whereas ' this last de
layer fifteen daya allowed for1 answer baa
lapsed and no answer has been received)
And whereas, In addition to the tacit admis
sion resulting from the above refusal to answer,
I have received evidence fully establishing the
irmu oi me taci mat me seiii William a. Mum-
.by the forces under General Benjamin But
ter, wncu bbiq Mumioru waa an unresisting ana
non-com balaut ceptve,and for no offence even
(alleged to have been committed byblmaubse-i
qnent.to the data. of,thq capture of, the aald
city) ., i j ifl - , . ,
,, And whereas the allenco of (ha Government
of the, United States, and lla maintaining the
aald Butler In blrb orflee under Ita authority for
many months after his commission of an act
that can bo viewed In no other light than fa a
dellberato murder, as well aaof numerous, other
entrance and atroeltlee hereafter to bq men
tioned, afford evidence too conclusive that tha
aald Government sanctlona tha. conduct of .the
aald Butler, and Is determined, .that he shall re
main unpunished for these crimes
Now, therefore, I, Jefferson Davis, President
of tha Confederate States or America, and In
lk.l...M. J. . .. t ..- .11 fl
Jknjtmin ,t JlulUr, lo In a film, datniug of
-tlJJM4U VIWIfAIIWW, A UV OTUT IAOI flI SWlll flO
longer m totutikrej or treated limply as n public
tnemtiotConff3trattStatf of America, M
otanouUnto aufcommon enemy of manktttd, anl
thai, in tin n cfku capture, tUc officer In cam.
tuiiktoMacaturin0 foice lio came hmto be
I iixmedtiitely executed ly hanging,
And I do farther order that no commissioned
officer or the United States, taken captive, shall
b rejeased on parole, befora .exchange, until
the. aald Butter shall havo met Ith due punish
5ineut for his crime.
And whereas the hostilities waged against
tbla confederacy by the force of the United
states, underbill command of aald Benjamin
F.Uutlcr, have borne no resemblance to such
warfaro as Is alone permissible by tha rules of
International law, or the usage uf .clvlllzstlon,
but have been characterUed by rupoatcd atroci
ties and outrages, among the large number of
which the following may bo cited as examples!
Peaceful and aged citizens, unresisting cap-
tlvea and non-cnuibatanis, have been couflued
at hard lalior, with hard chains attached to
their limbs, and are still so held, lit dungeons
and fortresses I
Others have been submittal to a like degrad
ing punishment for selling medicines to tha
sick soldiers of the Confederacy t
The soldiers of the United States tiav been
Imltcd and cncpiiragsd In gcuerul oidcrato In
sult and oulrage Ihonhsa, tho uinlbcis, and
the sisters of our citliens t
IKlpless Momen hate been torn from their
homes and subjected to solitary conluemeut,
some In fortresses and prisons, and one, espe
cially, on an Island of barren sand under a trop
ical aunt bare been fed with loathsome rations
that bad been condemned as unlit for eoldlers,
and have been exposed to the vilest Insults i
Prlsoucrs of war. who surrendered to tho na
val forces of the United States on agreement
that they shonld bo released on parolo, have
been seized and kept In close confinement.
Ilepcated pretexts bat e been sought or In
vented for plundering the Inhabitants of the
captured city, by fines levied and collected tin
dor threat ol Imprisoning recusants at hard la
Lor with ballaud chain. The entire popula.
Hon or New Orleans bat a bem forced to ilect
between starvation by the confiscation of all
their property, and taking an oath acalnsteon-
adence to bear allegiance to tho Invader of
tneir country,
Fgreas from the city has been refused to
those Whose fortitude withstood the lest, and
STEUWtUUPBUUIU ItUUKU, HU14 IU HVIfflUltB
children and after being ejected from their
homes, and robbed of their properly, thoy have
neon ion to starve in tuo itrocts or suosiii on
charltyi
The slaves have been driven from the planta
tlons In the nilchborhood of New Orleans tin-
til their owners would consent to share their
crops with the commanding general, his
brother. Andrew J. Duller, and other ofiirers.
and when such consent had been extorted the
slaves 'have been restored to tho plantations,
and there compelled to work under tho bayonets
of the guards or the United States soldiers.
Where that partnership was refuted arrcel ex
peditions hare been sent to tha Plantations to
rob them of everything that was susceptible of
removal I
AUU BIHl BUM kB. vuu fUM UliWUIUllUr TVUIK.
have, In spite of their entreaties, been forced
from tho homes provided by their owners, and
driven ton anucr jieipirss ou ine ingnwsy i
By a recent general order, number ninety,
'one, the cutlre property lu that part of Loui
siana wast of the Mississippi river, has been
soqncstratrd for confiscation, and olfirers have
been assignrxt to nuty witu orucrs to gainer up
and collect the personal properly, and turn
over to tho nroDer officers, upon their receipts.
aurb of tald property aa may be required for
ma use or me united mates anuyi to couoct
'together all the other personal proiierty and
bring the same to New Orleans, and c into It
to ba sold at public auction to highest bid-
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la lirt iPI '
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dera an order Which, If eiocnledj'coudemnt
to pnnlthrhent, by starvaUM,'at least a quarter
bf'' million' of. hnmen'-belogsyor 4" Wi
aexea, and tondlltOnaj and or which IheaxecU
tlon, although forbidden to military officers by
theenWrs'of' President 'Lincoln; Is 'Irr accord
ance with tha confiaeatlon law of our enemies,
which ha has effected to b enforced through
the agency or civil oflVlalt.
And, finally, the African slaves have not
onlv been Incited "to" Insurrection bv every
llcente arid 'encouragement, 'but numbers bf
mem nave actually oeen armea ior a servua
war a war In Ita. nature far exceeding
thaihorrors.and mostimercllMsi atrocities, of
aavagesk i j ti - u i. i
And whereas, tha officers under command of
tha said Butler .have, been, In many Instances,
ncUvif aniftealons agents In it c6mntlasWri bf
these crlntw; and oilhttanctf'Ia known or the
refusal or anv one of them to participate In the
outrage! above narrated)' '' '
Ana wnereas, tna rreaideni or ina unuea
States bat, by publle; and official declarations,
sinnlDed not onlv bis approval of tha effort to
excite senile war.wltbln tha, Confederacy, but
nia inwauon to giro aietanaencnnrageiueni
thereto, If the Independent SUtea shall con
tinue to.rsfns anbnusslon to foreign Power
aftar.'Hie first day. of January ieiUnd,Jna
thus made known that alt appeartMh law of
nations, the dictate of reason, and the Instincts
e)f,bnman!tyiwould ba addressed tn Tain to our
enemies, and tbav they can be deterred from the
commission or these; crime Only by tha terrors
ofjnat retribution i ii tin
Now, therefore, I, Jederson Davis, President
of th Confederate State of America, and act
ing by their authority, appealing to the Divine
Judge In aUestatloh that their conduct la not
guided by tba passion of revenge, but that they
reluctantly yield to the aolemn duty of redress
ing, by nocessary leverity, crime of which
their citliens are the victims, do lstn this my
proclamation, and by virtue or my authority aa
commander-in-chief of i the armlea of the Con.
federate Males, do order;
.Mrsf .i iTba t all commixdoned otletre n (Jti com-
maml oil JtrnJamM P. Butter oe declared tut
entitled to be contUlmd at soidiert engaged tn An..
oraNe tearare, but Ha rvMftt emi criminate de
tertimg death! and tket tkegi and tack oftSem, be,
wAenaiwr captured, referred for mention.
Second, .That tha private soldiers and -non
commissioned oltlccrs In tha army or aald But
ler ba considered a .onlyth Instruments uied
for the commission -or crimes perpetrated br
his orders, and net aaifree agents: that (hey,
therefore, be trotted, when captured, aa prison
ers oi war, witu ainaneas ana: numauitytmna
be sent homo on the usual parole that they will
In no manner aid or servo tha United States In
any capacity dnrlng the continuance of thla war,
unless dnly exchanged.
XAJnl. Thai all nearo elaea eauturcd in ami
be at once delivered over tilth executive authoritUt
of the reepecttue Statu ti hkh they belong.Xa ho
dealt with according to the lawa of aald States.
JbiirtA. That the like orders ba executed In
all caaea with reepocl to all commissioned offi
cers of tha United States when found aervlng In
company with said tlavca In Insurrection against
the anthorltlea or tho different States or this
Confederacy.
in testimony wnereor i nave signed theso
S resents and caused the seal of tba Confederate
tatea or America to ba affixed thereto, at the
city of Richmond, on thla 23d day of December,
In tha year of our Lord out. thousand sight
hundred and sixty-two.
larrnson uavtt.
By the Fretl lent i
J. P. Besjimih; Becretary or State
tniToniax, cosiursis or x uvea. JocaniL.
The Richmond MipaLH has the following
eoitoriat comments upon tnis proclamation t
, "Tha proclamation against Bntler and his
associates cornea up to the full measure of pun
He expectation., Hie deliberation with which
tha conclusions or the Exacntlv have been ar
mea at gives additional aoiemnlly and dignity
to hla purpose. The Brut and his minions
will .discover that It doc not follow becauso
aentencca agalust an evil work la not executed
speedily that It It forgotten or forgiven.
"Those or onr own people, too, who hare
been dlsposedito complain or tha President's
alleged indifference to the rate or Mumford will
see that they have done him great Injustice,
and that ha baa remembered It longer, perhaps,
than some of hla censors. In this, aa In other
casta. It would be nt well for Ihoaa or via who
Inhabit the vales of private life, and whoso
quallflcatlona for conducting tho government
of tha country have never yet been discovered
by our fellow-cltlrem, to bo modest and chart
table In our ttrlt lure upon the course or thoso
whom we have placed In power, and who from
their. official and Intellectual elevation are
probably able to acqnlre wider aweep of the
horizon than those of us who dwell upon tho
plaint. We trust that the proclamation aealnst
Butler and hla officers, should they fall Into our
nanus, may no rarnca out to ine very letter.
The black fiag la tha only answer to the uu-
neara or crimes onuese enemies or tho human
race,"
From the N. V, Evening Pott.
Idlest Nevva from the Hutted States.
The Iter, It. J. Graves, once a Bsptltt clergy
msn of some note In Tennessee, has, according
to the Richmond Ewjuhcr, Just returned to the
South after a visit of six weeks to the free
States, Mr. Graves publishes In tho Huqulrer
an account of w hat ho saw. Thcso results aro
not encouraging tn tho rebels) nor do they con
firm tha many prophecies of the Charleston and
Richmond Journals, aa to the dlstnss and pov
erty which would prostrate tho free States
shortly. Ilotayst
"I shall ttato the substance of u hat I learned
In New Yoik, during n stay of throe weoks,
from merchants, hanker and lawyers. In re
gard to public sentiment throughout tho entire
North. And this la It t Tho whole North la
prospering, grouing rich, In consequenco of
luonar. i no commercial ana manaruclurlug
Interests or the Northeastern Slates aru now
more flourishing Hum o or before. Kverylhlng
mado finds a ready market.
"Tho Northwest finds it more profitable to
convert Its Immense quantities of grain Into
beer and lork, and forward theso to tho East
ern porta for shipment to Europe, than It was
formerly to dispose of them In Ihe markets of
theSouthwcet."
Politically. Mr. Gravca aasurca tho Kiujulrer
and Its readers, tho prospect la at rlr for us
and as bad for the rebels i
" Vermont, Mastachusttla, and Connecticut
aro not more hostile to our Institutions than
Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. Tho conflict of
pollllcal parlies now waging In the Btalo of
New York, and which we unduly magnify und
hope, may be of benefit to ut, really amounts
to nothing, so far as ending the war It con
cerned." Financially, he draws a picture which must
fill tho rebel leadcrt hearts with bitterness and
onvyi
" With gold enough to raanago foreign In
debtedness, unbounded confidence Is given to
Government money and securities. In no In
stance are boudt below pari any fluctuation
that occurs Is alwsys above that figure, and the
Gotcrnmont currency, the demand note, or
'green-back,' sells readily at from seven to
eight per cent, premium lu exchange for Btate
bank notes. No nstlon hss yet failed to pros,
ecuto a war for the want of money, and they
will not be the first to set theexample."
Mr. Graves It pretty accurately Informed,
and ho docs not hesitate to tell what ho knows.
lie continues, of tho spirit of the free Ststtti
"They have now discovered that the 'rebel
lion' Is a serious thing one not to be trifled
with, but they hatu not ytt exerted their
strength to suppress it. They coufess thst
they have been hubcrto unprepared to meet It
successfully. But the time Is coming. Their
people aro alow to mote much slower thsn
we but uow they aro rousing, and when they
do take hold, It w 111 be with bull-dog obstinacy,
When tho time comes to execute the 'emanci
pation pioclamatlon,' they will have fifteen
new war vessels of tho'moat formidable char
acter completed and on onr waters, In addition
to thslr pretent navyi thej will have a million
I t n n r m .v. .n H ... 4M v v .fH 'XK
. j. -j jm ,ULS'im .&- jm.
r i f,o5arrfiiTaal H Jil 1:vI ' i. . '3 aM'Tlt. If Osw " w jl 1 U ,n .1., It J -Jim a 1 t.T W :"j til xKV ca 1 JMJttM Pw .Hfcn- .i ;(
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U IdJ.fal Vtf
l!SSiirSibKHBSfm
mmm9wummmmnmmmmnmmmmu9num9mfm TTTT t""aaasaBaBaBnBBaaaBaBaana
clpUned, well-armed troops In the field, lUepUart DirMHwr, , qi By A lie umihr, j
the rebellion then holds out" - ion wainnvaioii, nwBaiTowrJnnA.xxaii- x TF t.tfV- . .. . i , ,-
, Mr. Graves aisnrra hla readers, scenes .dm. , h , , BPinEm , r T,if
of disciplined, well-armed troops In tha field,
and If the rebellion then holds out" -then,
Mr. Graves asinrra hla readers, scenes
orhorrorwlll be witnessed.' ," ' '
" lie Iroea on to ssv that the North has 'but, to
put forth Us power) that It has material for
new armies) mas me people are unitea in tneir
determination to put down rebellion) and that
they will do and Buffer everything to that end.
Therefore, he tells the1 rebels to make np their
minae ior jongwarj-e war or many years, s,
247 i, GOSLING, "247.
- RBSJTAURAltT,' -
r " FORMERLY OF rfEW .YORK,,
,,Th Proprietor of this Favorite Restaurant
merely desires a eontlauaaee of that reoerous pat.
ronare which haa heretofore been bestowed, rullr
satisfied of hla ability to convince the publle that
hla establlshsaeati raaks amona- the best In -tha
eltv. - . - i . -d
,THE VERS BEST .THE MARKET AFFORD,")
of alt that the apnettt ean crave, either to eat or
oriak, caa t obtained at j
. ..THE GOSLING RESTAURANT,
No. Ml ran'a,aveaue,
bat, IJth aad llth alt.
k. B. At'lhV'KmfMt At man J&fnmM. fit
propriciur pu nrrNnirra o male n reoueilon, 10
refular boarders, of u per ceot. oa to rarular bill
of far. , dtM,
tEMIONIIrPEIIIIOIIIl
' He ellornre Kltt U eeotritk at hatina 'Met the
necetemey dedaratum and 'aJMavffs, at tenlemoUaed
ot the ilM (Mian of the act, unleu lite tOlui.1, at
veil me ne tnttruaiont mven tn lau pamphlet, JSE
a,n,ti.e v.nri.i,u mjii." vommimior
or Fcasioas,
"Tha Manual of reaalon. Bounty and Bouaty
uaa Lawa," unusiwa or iu aiorrtsoas, wasn
lactoa, D. C, la the OXtf book now published,
ALL tha FORMS la whleh are ejart rrwli of Hum
prescribed by tha Pension Office, No other Manual
to ba fouad In tha market haa them.
If'you waat a tSLUBLK OVIDB la making
up your Pension! Bounty or Bounty Land papers,
aa to rORaf, as well as substance, enclose en
ewer entfiPr etnie aad sand to W. II. fc O. H.
Morrison, Washlartoni'D. C, and the book will
be aent by mall 14 any part of the United States,
ranee re K. nov 33eodtthw
DO YOU KHOW IT t II you do not, call at
SMITH k. BEALL'S, No.Mt triath sUaet
near K street, and buy yourself a nice sultofCIotb-
tag from them, as they astl aheap.
SMITH k BEALL,
Clothiers,
No, 301 Seventh street,
novJl (rtjml NtarKatreet
I.tlBII eX BAnoBNT'B
AWN ma, FLAO, AND
UNION TENT FACTO JiT,
No. H3o PaamaylTaula sivenne,
WABinNGTON, V. C.
SUTLERS' AND ABUT TEXiS
on HiND on vine to oiidik.
Awnlog s. Flan, Tents, Mall Baft, Hors Covers,
Slarnm Uasmn tTna bb an tnaila at akMBl ha! am
Baamaaaia ' atVH v ma ess eun t mm saaaui 9 HVIIVSJt
id j yil
pIlOPOiAUi FOR TIIK KIICCTION OF
JL UUlbUlflUHi
OrriCE AlllITAKT QtTAKTEBMAICK U. S. A .
Alexandria, Va, Dec. 24, 18CJ.
SEALED PnOPOSALS will ba reeelviHi mt thl.
office until SATURDAY, the W (Ujr or January,
ISO, at 13 o'clock tn . forlMfarnUhlofformftterUia
RDH rjTIllUIl Ul IHMH11I uunuuifc:! tit ina tlHlt
ofFMolcdttadExchABreJ Prlaooen ntfttthUcltv.
PUdi n1 Speclflciit.ujiai will be furolibed upon
npUcfttlon ki thU oaice, nod the time iptclBea for
PROPOSALS.
Tht full name nU PDtUt9c atVlren or tha bid-
aer muii ppcvr in ine propoi.
ir n. bid U mavd lo tn oame of Orm. the namet
or all the partlei must aprxar.or (he bid wlUU
MJUIIAV(TV 111 IUUU1UUBI ITWIaUajaVl OI 1MB PaTTIV
lrnlnrlta ' y '
l'ropoi)- from ditto,! partial trill nt t amtltU
rn, AU A UATH Ul AaVLCUlAHlEMVIT ACCOM-
PANV CACII FROFOB1TION.
lYopotali muat be addreiied to Captain C. D.
rEBoiiox, AatliUnt (luftrtcnuaiter U. a, Arnr.
Alexaotlrla, Va .and ihould be marked dlitloctfy
sTIViaWB) IUI MIV1IUIIUI aUUIUIillKI."
GUARANTEE.
Ytsa mlllllttf nf that t.l.lrt n All !. ....
iv numij w. vi.a iu as II lltaj kUUtlRCIi
houlj It bo awarded to him, inuat be ruarantiM
by two reiponf lble perioni, whone ilenRturti nuil
be appended to the guarantee.
Dlddera uuit be preient in person when the bids
mo uuviwu, ur iua pruiHjMia wm not ie cooilU'
cred.
The refmonilblUtf or the ruaranton muat be
ahown bv ihe official eertineafa of lh riotk nt th
nearest DlitrlcT Court or of the United Matea Dl.
irict Aiiornev.
Dondi etiuai In amount to one half the, turn to be
reoehed on thecontract, signed by the contractor
and both of hla fuarantors, will be required or the
ucceiful bidder upon slfnlng the contract.
Aa the bond must accompany the contract, It will
be necessary for bidders to uae their boousiuen
with them, or to have bonds signed In anticipa
tion and ready to be produced when the contract Is
la-nru.
blanks for bonds can be procured upon applica
tion belQjr made at this oltke, either personally, by
letter, or by telegraph.
J orm of Qwtrantte.
We, , of the county of , and State of
-1 ana i ui iiic cu(iai ai -, auu Mate
of , do hereby guarantee that Is able to
fulfil the contract In accordance wllh the terms of
hli proposition, and that, should his proposition be
accipted, he will atonco enter Into a contract lu
accordance therewith
Should the contract be awarded him, we are pre-
jinrcu 10 ucvuiuv turn .uriuea.
(To this guarantee must be appended the olllclal
certincatoaboiementlunetl
Payment to be made upon tha completion of the
contract or so soon thereattcr as the Depot Quar
term attar shall bo in funds.
Any Informality lu tha bid, or nonconformance
with the terms oithls advertisement, will ensure
the relation of the iroioaal.
The buildings conlriuittl for iinderlhli ah ertiie-
ueni muai ue re)iM in noooraanM will, ine plans
and ape dilutions furnished, with the least possible
itelr.), and will be subjected to the inspection of a
comnetentmaater mechanic.
Hie Depot Quartermaiter reserves tn himself
ine ngni 10 reject an bins ne may uecm too nign,
or for other sutOclent causes.
V. U. FFHQVSQN,
Capt, An't (Quarter master, U. S. A.
dec 57 td
FOR SALE OR RENT.
IiuinruiiiKD nnoMB fou rest in a
: flritlasB New House, and new Furntturri
alio, a fsrlor will be furuliirird to a person apply.
Ing , suitable for a Senator or a Mrmbcr of ion
Srrss. Reference alien and required. Apply at
It V street, between Mnlti and Tenth streela,
tleo 20 tw
I .Mill HKNT-Two IlOOMSou Or.t floor, sulfa
" lie tor some small buslaeis or dwelling.
About $100 north of Furniture has to be bouKlit,
whhh la as eood as new, being used about two
munths. Rent, s 60 per month. For particulars,
apply at the t mptoytuenl Agency Ulllce, OU Ninth
apply at tue t inploymenl Agency umc
afreet, near Peuusjlvaol atenue.
de 21 It H. II.
MILLER.
BIIICIC HftUSK AND IAJT FOR SALK
A UARUAIN.A Double Urlclt House, am
talolng ten rooms, wllh large aide Lot, situated on
L street north, between Sixth and Seventh streets,
will be sold low and on easy terms of pa) uient.
Apply to
dAk t. piiuuinr. i.u
Auctioneers and Coin. Merchants.
Starj
dee as
I?OIl RENT AND 8 ALUThe Furniture ol
. a flrsclass Boarding House, with Fourteen
Rooms, la the very best of ne lgliborhoods, lu the
Fourth ward, now having from fourteen to sixteen
boarders. Satisfactory rcau alien for arlllng.
For particulars, apply at Ihe Agmcy OfQce, all
Ninth street, near Pennsylvania avenue.
deoU-tf N.H.MILLER.
ROOMS TO LET. Four Furnished Rooms, with
or without Board, within tire minutes' walk
of Pennsylvania avenue. Inquire at No. 4U7
Maryland avenue. oe ao tf
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tha Copartnership Iteretororeexlstlng between
L1LK a, COFFIN is thla da-r du.nl. ad bv mutual
consent. JOHN O.tlLE,
1. A. COFFIN.
John O. Lvla still eontlnusB tha bnalneta at th.
old stsed.
waaniuitoo, JUiy l( ton, ijo
X. A i .T ."' 7 7vxxiun-im j
'- -A. .. , . 4, .
The roliowlnir It a' correct Hit" of all tha hot
pltalt, Ir, theaboya cUles, with, their locations,
and tbe'itffgon In charge of eachi', ' '
Ascension tjnltarlari church, Rth and D its.
Dr.J. C.Dotr. '
Ascension Dr. Smith's Chufeh.Sth between
0 and II ttroeU. J. C. Dorr., , ,
Ascension Southern Church, 8tn between
II and I streets. J. C. Dorr.' '' '
Armory Armory8quare,JthBtv D.W.Bllst.
Alexandria, 1st dlrlslon AUuaudrla. J, E.
Summers. ,
Alexandria, Sd division AloTandrla. T.' IE.
Spencer. ' i ' '
Alexandria, Sd division Alexandria. Edwin
Bentley. ,
, Campbell 7th St., near Park .Hotel. Dr.. J.
IT. Baxttr.
Carver Hth at., near Col. Col. O. A. Jud.
son.
Caaparla A. St.-south, cart ptCtpllol. W.
E. Waters. , ,.,
Colombian Hlh St., Col.1 Col;' T. A. Croeh.'
Colleiro Oeonrelown. - it M.'jMinav t.r "
Camp, ex. and par. prls. NjMAlxndrl.
Dr. Peter Cleary. '
iJOUEiss vor. 1 St. ana . J. are.
Dunbarton Street Ocorgctonn. Dr. A. E.
Carothert.
, Ebcneier tth, near 0 it. west. W. E. Wa.
(era.
' Eektngton dalea'a bouse, N.T. ava. 8. A.
Storrow.
Emory 11 m. cast of Capitol. Wm. Cleu.
dcnln.
Epiphany Baptist Church, 13th bet. O and
II. eta. Jamee Bryau.
Fairfax Seminary 4 miles out Alexandria.
David P. Smith.
rinley N. T. avc., near Galea's farm. J.
Moses.
Ilarewood Tlh street, Corcoran's farm. T.
Antlsell.
Island Hall Corner Virginia avenue an JCth
street. Wm. Ilayc.
Judiciary Square E street, between 4th and
Sth. Dr. A. J. Marsh.
Kalorama 21st street, near Boundary. It.
J. Thomas.
Lincoln East or Capitol. Dr. Henry Bry
ant. Mt. Pleasant llth street, near Boundary.
C. A. McCall.
Odd Fellows' Hall K it., near Jfavy Tard.
W. E. Waters.
Patent Office-Oth ttreet. Dr. J. D. Robin;
eon.
Presbyterian Church Georgetown. B, Knlck
croocKrr.
Seminary Georgetown. Landon Wells.
Stanton Opposite Douglas. Dr. J. A. LI
dell.
Stone 14th atreet, near Boundary P. Glen
nan.
St. Ellubeth Insane Asylum, Eaat'nBranch
C. II. Nichols.
St. Aloyslus K street, between 1st and 3d
Dr. Alex. Ingram.
T. B. Lashells.
Trinity C street, corner 3d. A. J. Baxter.
Trinity Printing offlce, corner 'M street and
Indiana avenue. A. J; Baxtar.
Trinity Church Georgetown. M. P. Bowers,
union t;napei yuin street, near rcnnsyita
nl avenne. W. II. Bntler.
Union Hotel Corner Bridge and Washing'
ton streets, Georgetown. Goo. W. Stlpp.
Quartermaster'a 17th street.
Gd.vara Everett IUpljr t au KugUah
Iord.
r rocTicAL rvMr.
What hare we In America t
We've wonder great aud gran1t
We have the essenoe of the cartfa ,
The cream of e . erjr land.
Our mountains are magntdcent,
Our rivers are Immense.
And each man has a king) style,
If not a, king's expense.
Our ships are known to all the worUj
The farms cannot be beat)
Our cities, full of luxury.
Are famous for the neat.
Weve orators and authors, too.
With Intellects of force i
We've railroads scattered everywhere
Ana una Professor Morse.
Our girls have beauty, wit, and grace,
They're charming, sweet, and M
But, tneo, the grmutttt thing we ha e
la known aa great OAK HALL,
Where the fall and winter stock of flrit-claii cloth
ing Is now ready In extra abundance and greatest
variety All the new-tt) le Orerooati, Siuks, Dull
ness Coats, Peg-top Pants, ., selling at prices so
low that erjbody will buy and be satisfied.
J. BRUCE k CO,
(Oak Hall,)
No, 461, Se enth street near F,
nov 21 dtjant Two doors below Smith's.
APPLICATION for Duplicate t.au.t
Warrants.
Application having been made under the act of 331
moe, louu. ior ine reiisue oi ineuinu warrania
described herein, which are alleged lo Jiate been
lost or deatro)cd, notice Is hereby given that, at
the date rllowlue thedeicrlDtlonof eju.h wstrrnl.
anew certificate ofllke tenor will te Issued If no
talld obectlon ihould: hen appear.
No. S3,7o), ior ISO acres. Issued under the act of
Oiartli, ltuo, in the name oi Arnold Harrington, and
was at-anted Sfuteiuber IT. ia57 Jauunri 4. 1,m3
No tu,Ct, for too acres, limed under tho act of
Mann, 1U3, In the names of th minor ililltlren of
uaoiri r. iti.i.iiop, uvieaseu, anu was graniua uci.
i. ItJArt Januarv II. 184(3.
No. 100,8,7, for lw acres, Issued underthe act of
siirircn iaoo, in ine naiueui Aiisri Alien, ana was
granted March It, 18W Januaty 19, 1843.
No. 100,14)0, for 160 acres, Uiiued under the act ot
Mann. idtf. in Ihe name of Ruhel. wblow of Geu.
Ilarner, aud was grautetl January , 11 lebruary
8. 1UUJ
No 67,700 for 160 acres, lasucd under the art of
Nriu j, iaa, in ina nanieoi wm. tniier, ana was
rraoted Februari ti. I ail (ebruarv SM. ltwu
No. 8(515, for bJ acres, Issued undvr thn net of
sepTemier, ioou.in inenameoijonainanArdiienr),
JOSEPH II. UAHlihlT.
Com vtlJt loner.
M
A II K II A M M
M ARKHAM'S la Ihe beat HOTEL In tha City or
Washington, itepi on ine
EUHOl'EAN IIAN(
AttyilnUig lYlUardt' IfoUl.
NO. 213, PXNNBYLYANU AtENUB.
Tlie undersigned have fitted and furnished the
abote named house In the beat manner, gli lug It all
the modern lmpro enients, Including water and gas
In every room, beds and furnishing goods not ur
pastd in any house lu the country.
a call In the ordinary, that it will be supplied with
e. cry thing the market aitords, got up lu the best
im uvi iu naaiuxv iituas wiiu iuhjt lator US Wlin
STYLE and at living prices.
The National UeuuUkan savsi "We feel it to m
our duty to Invite attention to this house, and to
guarantee the public against extortlou lu price or
neglect In attendance. It will not be under the
coutrolofthe sen ants, whether white or black"
Aud we endorse It and shall carry out the fact.
We can only say to those com tug to Washington,
stop at the new European Hous), stop nt the Lent
house, stop at the house neatest the iam end the
Treasury, and to have the benefit of all this. sto
at MARKHAM'af, l Pennsylvania avenue.
JOHN H. HUDSON,
F. P. MAHKHAM,
deed Proprietors.
F
i A LI ANU WINTKIl UOODS.
MILITARY AXI) OIVIU.UW
WALL, STEPHENS u CO.arenowopeaiag
their Fall and Wluter Coods, embracing tine DrrM
Coats, Poeskln Pants, ests, Vo. A large and wsll
ssleuted Stock of line heavy Otarcoata. have
also a complete assortment of Business Suits, made
In the moat durable manner. Officers will find oos
Military Goods desirous to their wants. Heavy
Woollen Blankets, for camn use at reaaonAhk,
prloci. WALL, STEPHENS k CU,
- reansyiviuai nrroue, ueiween
dtf NtnU and Tenth itresli,
in. Ut iliSnt fjtuf
.. , a Jav '- t fijpia a! i
til tf ca i jmi
Ml.
' " ' 't-TO'B'AiJtJOBMI
- i ,' ' i i 1 1 .
A laraw lavoiee ef th above artlaUa are now
Mlag recetryd, a4 for aari hf
' It 7,ai?-ROWJ,
OoauabjaloA larokar,
No. , Waahlnfto; Building,
Seve'afJi ttraai and Pen, areau.
SUTLRR8 TAKE NOTIORI
TealnXPiiaijtMkv N -
TeMln(lirw,afcJOpoimdtojss,
Canned Tata.. tW 4a fl doiea bones.
Omned PekeJits la! fl'doiea toxea.
rifcVle'alas'doxenboxfi.
Gum Drape In V poirtf d'pelpcrl
pDum Dropt tn 0 foiitftSitZ
RaUins In botes and )( boxes.
repper In S ounce papers and la 1 grosi boxes.
English Mustard In X pound papers and cans.
Kngllih Mustard n ) and 1 grois boxes.
Preserved Cherries In bottles.
Figs In 3K pound drami and a pound bolts.
Lemon Syrup In bottles.
ri.ua tobacco,
FINE-CUT TOBACCO.
CIQAAJ.
For tale by
D. J. BROWN,
No. 8. Washington Building,
Seventh street and Penn. avenue,
Washington, D. C,
rjH TIIK OFK1CKHS OV THE AIIMV.
Just arrived, by direct Importation per steamer
Tulton, from Europe, a very Raa aad large assort,
meat ot Marine, Opera, Field Glaases, and Tele
scopes, which I will sell a very little above the
cost tn Paris. As to the qualities, there are none
superior to be had, having been selected purposely
for this market. Abo, a large and well-assorted
stock of Opera Classes, Microscopes l rold. silver.
and steel Spcctaclea and Eye Glaases, suited to the
sight ny tne use or an optometer. A considerable
number of eertlflcatea to be seen at my offlce, from
gentlemen who have been suited at my establish
ment. 425 JVflnrylvania avenue, between Fovr-and-O'
nay anu gain ttreell.
Mr Establishment I. up atatra.
aiateet fitted" to suit. The trade supplied.
Octia-ly
VATIONAL oan.
Tilt: NEW
BIX PKR CENT; BONDS
of the
UNITED BTATEI,
PAYABLE
TWENTY YEARS FROM DATE,
(Or after five years, at option of the Government.)
THE COUPON BONDS,
In sums of
FIFTY DOLLARS,
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
FIVE IIU.NDRFD DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
THE IlKUISTKItED BONDS,
In sums of
FIFTY DOLLARS,
ONE HUNDRFD DOLLARS,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
snd
TrN THOUSAND DOLLARS,
INTEREST COMMENCINO AT DATE OF PUR-
CHASl",
And payable semi-annually
In qold.
These Moans are the
CHFAPFST GOVERNMENT SECURITY
now In the market,
The Interest, at present price of coin, being eqult
aleut to H Pea Cent. In eurrene) .
FOR SALE BV
JAY COOKE to CO.,
BANKFRS,
493 Pirt.enllt Street,
Dcau:hs in
OOVERVMBAT BOADV,
TUKAURY KOTl'
CkUTlFICATFS,
jWNr AKD NAVY YOVCUTRS,
com, rvKHLhcY asp ExciiAiiaE.
dee 10-tt
AKM
V SUPP MRU.
Orm n n the Ciiiei (luAaTEHMAiTrn.
Armv orTiiE Potomac,
Wakrltlnrton, September vo, ibi3.
I'HOFOSALS are lulte.l fur furnUhlng for the
Use of tha army of the Potomac the fulloulng ar
tlcUs: 3,ujo tons beat quality Timothy Hay, beciirely
baled, the weight of cuh bale to lie
marked thereon.
3,000,00(1 Luahels of Oats, of the best quality, lo
strung sacks, well aewed.
1,000 turJi Oak and Hickory Woo.1, well sea
Mined and of the bent quality,
i-'achbisl utuut be accompanied bi the endorse
ment of ttvo resiwuilt le petauos that the contracts
If awarded will be fulltlled.
lilJa will be opened from time to time as the ar
ticles maj lie needed, and contracts will be awarded
for the (.uautltles needed, ta the lowest reionaIble
bidder up to the time of opcutng.
The right Is reaer . ed to accejit all or any part ol
any bid.
Proposals ehould be endorsed " Proposals for Hay
or Oats," or " Wood," as Iho caio may be, aud en
close In sep irate ein elopes
HUPUS INUALM,
Lieut. Cot. and A. D. C , Chler Qutrtermastcr.
sep 21-tf
w
ATGIt NOTICE.
In consennenceof the lownessof the water In
the General llesenolr It will benctesHar). unless
great economy of water Is practiced, for the tov
ernueut suun to shut oU the supply to i It liens en
tirely. All persons are, therefore forbidden to uie the
hydrants un Pennsylvania atenue, or on any streets
or aienues under the care and supervision of the
Commtsjloner of Public Buildings, for watering the
streets or pavements, or for any private purpose
whatever. And all persons using tho water are urgently so
licited to be as economical In Its use as jiosalble.
JI U. KUfNLi.,
sepiu
Coiamliiloner nf Publle Buildings.
MK1V VOKK DUH1NKSH.
LAWW FINANCIAL AND COLLECTIN0.
INVOICE BILL 9 BUSINK8I NOTES NIOOTHTKD.
rQ Tcrrru notcsamd ucrxaacD aciovnti
llOVOMTAHO C'OLLECTCU.
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD
EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION.
GOYRRXMKXT CLAIMS HQVQHT,
ByG.7. HOUSF,
Counsellor at Law,
!I5 Nassau street, New Vork.
EJ "Ten years in state anu unueo. Biaics louus,
a j
I vice gratis.
apll
Di YOU KNOW IT 1 U you do not, call at
SMITH A. BEALL'S, No. 3ul Seventh street,
near K .street, and buy )ouridf a nice suit
Cloth log from them, as they hat Just teeth ed
ne,w;and rplendid aaiortment.
UOTai-rltJwl
. ,t1Ztt3.t
i.vfclf -J (
I (la", A tWn. '
;-w 26,
EDUCATIONAL.
CIRCLE tNtT)TUT(, v
V VOR YOUNQ LADUH,
'Mo. el K tratiT, Ntasi trc ttacix.
TEnNt, par Quarter of ten waaka-Quarter
eoramenetng at the date ot admlulo t
Ckmentarraeeara In English - -, . 00
AdvaaMd Qaases la EngUah-Lltetalura
aad BrUoM laaludad ..,. . , oo
Ileaitary CUsses la English, Freath, aad
, Muate . !' ooo
AdvaamdqaaseaU Eagllst, Freaah aad
Muate a . ... . . i, oo
Extra sawtw for Spanish, Garauua, Italian, Latta,
and other Languages. ,
Dr. 2APPONE wilt rir. iAtAnne. anil Ml.nlu
aaslst, wheaerer fca can spar time from his nedl
esl profaaslaa. , -
oo am, a. Arruns, rriacipal.
OAk IIAU. OLOTIIIN0 HOUSE, Mo. 4o
seventh straet. near ratraet.th Oreat Baiar
of FaahlOa, where yau ean Bad Ita best eut and mad
Clothing for Men and Boys' wear that the market
tea produce, aad mir prices, for aheapaeae, and du-
raMiny-orJonr'good,fTyKSniptIllon. (our
Mlghbor Imllh, two doors above, ao loag noted sbr
selling clothing leas than any house In the city, In
a private com creation, acknowledged to us that
our Boys' dothlagwas the beatmada and cut goods
he eter sawiand, lfta dtUena of Washington
were posted In the goods I have, my store would
be overrun with ladles add gentlemen In want of
clothing, and I only wish to have you call and. see
our beautiful aeaertraeata of clothing, and 1 thtak
that our prices and goods will more than pay you
for calling at tha Leading clothing House, No. 0
aarenth street, near F street, two doors below
Smith's.
Everybody knows Smith, but, Instead of calling
at hla place, eome In two doors below.
N. B. I have a special word to aay to the Ladles,
that 1 caa please them better than ever In Boys'
Clothing, as my slock excels anything I ever had.
3. BRUCE fc CO ,
Formerly at OJeon Hall,
nor 31-dtJanl Now at Oak Hall.
N
KW INVENTION
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIC BONK TEETH,
wunoui meiai plate or clasps, by
DR. 8. B. SIOK8MOND,
OIO Xiroadway, New Vork, and UftO Penn. avenue,
between Twelfth and ThlrteenU. sts.t
WAimNQTO, D. C,
Calls the attention of the publle to the following
advantages or hit improved s)stemt
1 it The teeth of his manufacture will sever cor
rode nor change color by any acids, and are three
lour tha lighter than anv other.
3d. No teeth nor roofs need be extracted, m the
artificial ones ean be lnaertetl nver them.
id. The roots will be made lnoftenalv and never
to ache.
ith. No temporary teeth are needed, as permanent
onea can be made Immediately, thereby preserving
the natural expression of the face, which, under
the old system, Is frequently disfigured.
6th. This work has been fully tested, for over Are
years, by many of the drat chemists and physicians
of this and the old country.
Dr. 8. has also Invented a white indestructible
metal filling, with which the most sensitive teeth
ean be tilled without pain, and can build up a per
feet sound tooth on any aide roots, which will last
throualt a lifetime.
He refers to the following gentlemen. Dr. V, Mptti
awi iwitniHii iiumifur W -.fiCIJiiiirTI lldal. A.
Mann, Jun j Capt. Crabtree. Mce President of the
I migration Company of New York; Hon. Judire
Way ne, of the Supreme Court, of Waahlnrhon. D,
taai suuiusaiui ui uuiirra.
alt and examine for yourselves. nor 8 4m
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Chemists and Physicians at possessing medical pro
perties superior (a any other Wines In use, ana an
excellent article for all weak and debilitated per
sons ana ine area noa lonrm. impro ing ine appe
tite and benefiting lad lea and children.
A LADIES WINE,
Beeauae It will not Intoxicate aa other wines, as It
contains no mixture of spirits or other liquors, and
is aumirea ior lis ricu, peculiar uavor, ana nu inure
properties, imparting a healthy tone to the digest
ive organs, and a blooming, soft, and healthy akin
and complexion.
WE REFFR TO
A few well-known gentlemen and physician who
hate tried tie Wine:
GenAVInflel 1 Scolt.U 9 A. f
Dr.Wllson.llthst.N'.V
Dr. Ward. Newark, N.J
l)r Dougtirty, Newark
Got. Morga'i, N.Y. State.
urj.K,i;ii.. ;o,n. ,nj.
Drs. DarcrlNtehoILNew
ark. N. J.
Dr. MareyNew Tork.
n..
ut. raisi, ruiiau-a.
iTt-None renulne without the slrnature of "AI.
FntD KPEI.R. Passale. N J .Uorerlbe cork
each bottle.
D-MAKE ONE TRIAL. VF THIS WIJVE.
Kor sale by Druggists and all llrstlaae Dealers.
Trade ium.lle4 In Baltimore by WM. II. BHOWN
ItBRO.
A. SPF.ER,rroprietor.
ViRETAin Passale, New Jersey.
Orncx 208 Broadway, New York.
JOHN LA FOY, Parts,
nor J ly Agent for ranee and Germany.
ATTENTION, BGXDIKUS AND SUT-LKIUr-
Having Just com plated our assort,
men! o( Camp Furniture, we would now respect
fully Invite the attention of Solders and Sutlers
Our assortment comprises, la part the fallowing
Camp goods, 1 1st
Camp Cheats for meet of from four tosbvCaaip
Tables. tmp Stoola, Camp ColStCatnp Uattreaaes,
with all other artistes of Camp rnrultnre ealeuta
ted to makeaseldler enmfarUUe. AU of which
will be sold at the very I7weat cash prices at
GRFFN k WILLIAMS
au SI Ho. 634 Seventh street, corner D.
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A T I O N A t, I. O A N .
THE NEW
Tirssrr year six per cest. bokdi
of tha
UNITED S TA TEX
( Known at" Five Tmtntlei,")
Tha COUPON BONDS U ima of ,SO, ,100, ,900,
and ,1,000, '--"
Th. nraisTrnr.D bonds id. .um.of m, jiw,
,ouo, ,l,oi, and ,9,ooo,
tlnlertH conmeneing at date of purchete J
ron shut at ran bt
JAY COOICK eX CO, Il.nk.ra,
153 Tfttenlh ttreet.
Thf so Boaos ara tba
CnurisT OoTuirmixT Scctrsurr
now In tha market.
Interett peveUe lemi-annuollu
IN GOLD
Is equivalent, at present prlca of cola, to
s Pea Cent. In currency.
no 23 tf
A rillEND IN NGBU. TUY IT.
DR. SWFF.T'S INFALL1DLK LINIMENT,
The artat external remedy of the age. prepared
from ihe retipe of Or. Stephen Sweet, or Counectl
tut, the celebrated Lone setter, whose fame Is un
rhaledby that of any lit Ing man. It la a certain
nud Imiiiodlate cRre for It lieu mat Urn, limit, Neil
ralgta, S,irAlui, Urulats, Cuts, Wounds, Horea,
Burns, HlhMs, I'llea, luiulirteo. Headache, loolh
achr, and all Kheumatlo ami Nervous Disorder ,
LKlvmal hijurles, he.
All sullerirs sliould give It a trial.
ltlUIAUlrUN it C'u, lroprletors,
NoruUh, Conn.
For sale by CHARLF4 UTOTT, Oeneral Agent
for Waahisigton, and by all dialer.
febUl t&wly
CI HAND ADVANCK OP TIIKAHSIY OK
I 1IIK TuTOMAC, an J all t be atores arecrj
Ing up the prices of their goods but SMITH fc
BEALL, No. 3A1 Sceoth street. We are able to
sell good clothing nearly as cheap as eter. Wa
haebeen lighting against high prices for the last
ear, and our stock now Is good, and we are able to
aellat low prices.
SMITH li all the time In the market picking up
goods at old prices, and that Is ono reason we un
dersell all others. We Ime the means and ability
to sell cheap, and we will do It, as our customers
want Good Clothing at low prices, and we are Just
the men to sell It to them. A call Is solicited at the
CHEiP CLOTUIbQ llQVSi: of
SMITH & BEALL,
Clot Men,
No 301 Se enth street,
nov 31 dt janl First door below the market.
rUPIIANfl t OU11T,
JHstriitof Cotwnbia Washington county, to vit t
In the case of John Qulnn .administrator of Phil
ip McUrath, deceased, the atlmlnUtrator aforesaid
has, wllh the approbation of the Orphans' Court
of Washington county aforesaid, appointed Satur
day, Ihe llth day of Janaarv next, tor the final set
tlement and diminution of the personal estate of
said deceased, and ot the asiets in hand, as far as
the same hate been collected and turned Into
monrr; uhen and where all the creditors and heirs
ut said deceased are notified to attend, (at the Or
phans' Court of Washington county aforesaid,)
with thair claltna iiroiierlv ioui.hed.or thei mav
otherwise bi law le excluded from all benefit In
said deceased's estate provided a copy of this or
der be published nnee a week for three weeks In
the Sathnat Hepublcn previous to the said llth
day of January, ItW.
de 3 lawSw "iHeglater of wills
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