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MANCHESTER, VERMONT, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1863.
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Jlvmtt tf Ari'i"tfi'firr :
A mir r tt lienliii .nl of mI
Ct iruily aUm lni b. ve-t ha.
rd. r of ihee. and e-tia 1) lot ibe
iteptnted f-KiiJititjii of our im i.mi.jI Hi'.
foil, l.ur 1 1 Id mi Mltd lol Ond t
j.rjuu'le i. !-. We tvi.mu m -
nt Iritnd-hip will Itaeign powtr.
The efforts ot disloyal citizens of the
l-inlcd .Mie to intulte u n loiei
wars, .ml to ai.l a., inexcusable inaur-
i C I vii lunc uimiHil.ii. Her
11 liii Miii-t' g'iri.inc,,i, ha i
Jutt 7 ! I- i, h ue i r i- d tht-ir
.ill -lilt lu i.ioei.l tins lriiurli.re of
ntw l.uiil rj-J-lium lioui Kuliih
l litf l.ui.f rgr uf r ruin e Im, by
like .mh fling. .i. iiij.ily induniiij
llit- iHUttHlily Nl.i Ii he .ru Imii.fd ut
the l-jiMii".: ol lli; loiitn-l. U'ie-
j !! ol jr-m ml i ..-.it-jr nm) im(i..rlai.it!
I.in r nr.Hli uUI ol' the lio k.'iili-, kliil
j
i lit pit-ri. Hit-lil m il m vrittl ill i.e
nmri ime jx.virf; hut llir v l.et-n
"i" u-rT-.f, aiiM ri M( tt. jMtiuii' IU
nmiiiio ilcl ill h nijirii ol Iihukii.-,
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ill. I l.'i M till Ii ill I. I. ! r. u ii I It i.
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j ci iuiijr f:ruiiiin iiihi our 'fins
court, bjr lh. iiii.ttriiulnjr ol llu-ir mJ-
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"i'l Mini conliih nee ol inarm ime t.m.
I'll. 1 Ut.' aiii'liiiii'iiliil iriMly Ut-lMuen
the I'liiii..) .S.it uml lin..i liiiuun
l..r the Mi.ii.i- on ol 1 lie Aim an
8 itH'Je, in. d.' on the 17ii diy ol'
Feb. I.KI. lim bi-fii duljr iHtilii;d utld
(.'Mitird iiiio i-ki-iiiiii.n. Ii i. beiit-vt-il
lliiit M fur Hti All.i l icini . ol lit iii.d
An n il ml C.lll lli IilO lOIHTi lied, lliill
i. Iiunmii ii lid o linUij tiiillic has bc'ii
bioulii lo mi i ml.
1 xhall rul'iuii lor I lie cotit-idf nilion
ol I he Stiiuit' u com i il iun lor llii! Hl-
jllr-lllil-llt Ol till iHifl'si lll claiiu-t in
H-liingtiiti 'IVn nor(v ' Hriitni out ol
.lir iiiniy ol ill-.- I4ili ol Juin-. IMG.
Irtvucn the Uniitd Mults ai.d ln.-ni
lWiliilu, iihd uhicb li.ii e bi en 1 1 it;
Si (Mjicu ol jjit-at di-(iiifl ulif.lij tin:
cili. iiB ol tliiil liuW laj.idly liniu iiic'
I'M. t ol I lii- lounliy.
A lintel mul iiii.orliiiii qiH-pti' n in
volving the cxiciii ol I In mnrii iiiit
jut ii.l.i lion ol' Si:iin in the walern
t hirll Mil iOIII.il il.u l.-lm d of t. Ilb.l,
luot lii i-li i. bun d Milliout li'iuliili an
iiiitm im-iiI, imd it j. ,i..iM'd in mi
HiniiMliU- j'inl n n-lfi H lo lilt: nibi
rmni-iii ol m Ii iviidiy ioi r. A i-on-r-iil-Mu
lor i Inn iHi 'uro will i oulf
Illill'll lot 1. 1- Si l.ltlf. J hve lliollht
it j'r titr, Mil j. ft lo Ilit- !iiii.'Viil ol
llite Si iiKlt-, lo iniiciir Willi ti.e ill ft'
i Mi-il emu t,i it i .1 ,ot i.s in dii hi
riiiiUi tiifiit lor llit; liijuiiliilkm ol ilit
Si I, mil d ii. -a u on the 'i iin-'i'li
v, li.cli linvi- b t-ii licit inliii t' iidi'intl
ill li zard to tin- iiiii.Mg Uniii navia
liuii in llit- wiili n ol 1) inni.lk. 1 In:
long it-nt i nj f.ir i n t-i-j- bi-l Weill
thin guu-i ntiii i.l mul ;lii,t .l (,'ii li
liiiH'l.lli ihi- m i.uit- ul Si Iiii.h. in l'i
III, by (Lilian i. Ilic Ir. t.' ii l.i i
unmniil in iii h iii'i- lit liiiijL.'iii lo cl.
t ii- i f ibf t.'i.i t-tl Slalis, hits b i n
hron-ibi lo ii t l. iii b ibv HMiinl ft
I! A.iij. llit Kin1; ol' lln; lii-lj; iin
lo wIkim' mi billiilitiii tin- (in ?ln li -Ann
li!f;Htl b llit' .Hi'i K-s. 1 In- M.bji-t t
ttai tl.tit oti-lily and itiii-nlij t xiiin
ilifd b llutl jtl.-liy lpicliil liuiji--truif,
hi d nil.. iiiiIi Ihc in n hi tit d
to the fbiiin iiits iii.-ty inn li itt: bi t-n
hi- Inr-' h- lln-y txin-clt'd, ibi-ie i- no
-i h-oii 'O
. .
li-in.ei li e i dnin i f Hi.-,
(li t it-ion. 1 1 ul il. i ici.H
wn piiniipllv coin., lit tl nidi bv l h.li.
When llilelllgence III ! Jllld lo II le.-ifli-
td that cotiiiiiy. Incili nis t icnir.ng
ill ibe prngiesa id' tail citii w.ir i.ate
Ion t-d liit.u my will i.li.iti the unt .i
laitl stale ol ilileinul tpn sli'.iis, . ueh
ing the rights of Im. i'i cis in this
couiilry, and of I'liiittl Jiiales'cil'r.eiis
h broif I.
In rt caul to s-ine irnti iu-
mem ll.ese riLihls t,re ni h-wsi t ..eiml- I
ly delim-il by in-Mlies. u no insianee, j
bow t-vt-r. is it txpns-ly stipulaie.l j
(hat in ta case ol (itil war, a loiei-lier'
residing ill bis iiioiilry within ihe
line, ol II e iiisiiigenis, is lo be t xi nip
tt d from ll.e n. Ie which c'a-s. s him
8S M l.clligt-icm, ill W host; behalf Ihe
government of bis cnu'itty cm not cx-
nt'i any pru n.-i a or iiiiiumiiiih s tl j
litict hoiti lhat tbitrncler. I leerei lo!
say, bow cvt r. ihul sin b clams bate ' nient, ami uniiilt-iuleil, may la some
bun put ibiwmd. und in In ball ol ' " '-cs bate be. n inflit led on the cub
foriigner who have lived in the Uui-' j'fts or citizen- of tor.-ign t tmuli ies,
letl Mali ibe Itnler pall of llu-ir If-tll Ml sea m.d on lull I. lit persons III
lues. 'I here is it a -on lo U-leive the sert icf t.l llu: Lulled Siiiie-.
Ill i ny peiton loin in br. ign ) As ibis G.ivci nun nt i-X.'cls re-cwnni-if
who bate ibdMit-d their in- iln -- limn nihei putters when sinnlar
leiiliou to become t ilut ii-, or who iij'iri. i are inll 'l d hy per.-on iu
bate l eo fully iiniiir.bed. bate eva-! ibeir M'ltice ni!i ciiiz. its ol tit: I'm
tb d the mi ilai) tlu"j required ,, iht ui ; led Slu s, ttc inu-l he m art d loilo
I t tl. nt:ii'' Ihe liiet. Mi d ,v ' iu-lice In luieiuners. and il ihe exist"
I brow ng iHUi the got ei ninenl ihe
bu I bell of pi mil. It litis b. ill I. und
d lflculr or iieplai In i.lue lo ol. I. oil
ibis pr.J for waul t.l guiib lit li e
in ii i soon e ni no .iiiutiion. 1 1 r-e
mi-, M l-e mi piu-tl nt r. ipnut g v nk '
of Court w bt-le declar...i.iis t f iuten- j
. . .... ....
IhUis nMy I liiHiJe, t.r Mtlfira.ialh ns
t fiet-ttd. to send mi unlit ail v hsis t.l
n.s ti..iU ..I il.H .r..n. i,.. ,.rl.-...l
or t'et-Nrii.g Iheir itiietc ion lo Ittc rne
(-lift it. to ibe S.tiearv of lb.- Iu-
it ri..r, in wbo-e tb p..mnei i die names
might 1st- mi iMiig. d and piiuled for
g. tier. I infill irml.ott.
Tleie i tt'-ti t-a.on io l,.l tl.t
, .....i.i .
"I-"" M ' ii'io'C iiu'iis
ol ibe l luleil Slati. lor ibe ss.le l.ur-
t-- ..I fx a. i tltnia in i rr-,1 l, tl.
Lit ..f il,i, tiai.r. ,u.,iii i.. Ji.i. I.
i on 1.- trtiiin-.' asiHiabfed if ry ai Mice
j rtjir, m.d i Lot ph never rtturati g to
Vni Stale, ibej 'i ctttini
iterjtwitkto of tbit foterctneot tBt
. n. M u j Mllrrvi.oin i.J g'r-t
i fl- j"d.ce hate l.crelolt.r nri-in out
' i . , ' I . . .
l.l nit I.UUM-. II I. Hart fiolt; sOl.nnt-
led ! iir rrwiup. wu.i.lerati.-ii. Ii
m-flu tf advisiblr iu fit a iimii l.i
ji.ul hI,,cI. i.o . ii-iri, of lli- l'i,.t. .
Nu r n i.iijf ut... . !.. Uitn il.r
u,i. r i; i. . ,,( ,U ymrr turirt.
'lit.- riyhi il .nrf. imu ,. of i-n
U- tii .'. uimI . xi n im-iI 1 hi . ii.
ui-uvi .i. i. mi- i.i iimI'.ihi I num. Im Ii
l.i'jr tl -hvikm! hi.. iiiIi.,1lJ hi -
i ' l" '"""! ' '
I Minimi nif i , t'.i.i fn'jf n ,iicl, mi
Bill. Illlllll III ll K Uw H Mill Illlike
ili lii- of to i tif mi atfplt iihui-i
Hny iIi-h of t-xi"niii.i.. Iii-iii in n:r
witi.c. i'lti ii Ii- r ci il oliliiit on on
tin ynrtifl of Im-ij;.. v - '
In ti.iniiK.ii uli t.itter Wfi..in
1.1. '. .1 t
l",,r. ",,r hiti'm witti .lnwn Imvr
; n r...jrl.t into ft-rinn j n(tr.l.
j ',r,,,,!i,' l"',v ri-t-n.m1li..ii ol thv
i:ru il.ui v nn-iiH Till lit , - III 1 .1
nt il..-
in u.r t'l.n. nifii.i I mul lint-ral mi1ic
ol tin- Tttim ii'-ii.'lit'il lo bi in ,ii'
t-oniitry in ill-- mnii'M ol i. alii. us.
Ii i liojii'd. iililiuiili mil wii Ii t nliri'
loiiiltlt ntf. ili .I iltfj-tr d Ilic. .hit iniiv
. .i ...i. i .ii . ..
t.f Ik-.h'. Inllv o t-i i nine. 1 n.k oiir
.. ; r- -
allt-IMlull to lie t'l.lllll (ll ill.' M .III-, . f (.nil (O liMIK. Il.ts llll'v HILsHt'led ll'f
renlilig ibcre, Inr I lie d.iiilnt-n be j i-ii'(Valinns of its I'.tV.rt-is. Some
Mj-tiiiiii-d in the dotrutiioii by lire of! H'lie.idinciiU imty be iiijureil to it-r-Ibf
i-jL'.'tlitill. f.l Ji ildo. J feet t xi.-lii laws, but no ebnlige in
Saii.trit.ry Hi rtni iiientH have i llieir inni! j.l. or .iit-rul acoK is be
been iiiii'l.- mull the l'.niii'inr of ltii-,- I J i - t- I lo be infliil.
Mil, HllH ll I is l.ellt-l I'll Hill it-still
t-lb'tiiiij. a i iililiiilioiitt bin; ol ii rjrnih
ibrniijtli t luii empire licin Ibu i'ai-iliu
COII-t.
I leci oiiinii nd to j our favorable
roiiMilcrnii' ii, i lit- subject of mi mil r
iiaiioiuil it It'jriM jh iicios ibe Atiamic
Octliii, ici'l nlsn of a telivraidi be
l Willi llu- caiili. mid the i.alimial
.ori alniig I lit seaboard uml Ibe Uulf
ol Mexico. Such commi.liit at ions (-
iitbli-l,el wiib any leasniiable outlay,
would be economical Ms well as t Hi'C
live aids lo llu- (b ilomatie, military,
and ii.imiI .-t r ice.
'l lit! cni suliir syslelil of the. United
Sla'isuudi-l the ciiaclinenls of tin
la.-l Cniiiess begins lo I.f sell sustain
ing, and II tie is reason I'j lmii: llntt
it may become t nlil'i ly so with the in
crease of liiide winch wnl t'lisilt'
lem vi r i.t aee is reniorcu. Uur
mini-iei s nbio.nl l ae been laiiblui in
ilclt inliig Aim ri.'iui rights, in protect
ing cniiiiiiei cial nit' re.-is, uml ourctiu
siils h.-ive necessarily had lo iiieunnlt-r
i n ii m-c I. .bins and ie.sHinsibiiiiit'S
Ui ing .out ol ,iht w nr. ;
Tin .-e I lit- v bavn lj- ibu most pari
ili.-cluii -i d wiili zeal and i liic ieticy.
Tins acknowledgement juily iuciuiles
ilm.-f consuls, who, r. rid ng in Mor
rof", Kgjpi, lui-i'y, .lajiail, China
anil other oi ietilal i-cuulric.-, arc charg
ed w nb cini plex In n lr..ii, and cxiru
i.nliiiari i.'(.'is.
The cond.lioii of llit' several or-"iMii-t
d tei l liiil'ies is. geiienillv jali--
I.icIiim, iihl.tiuii I'.ilian d.siurl'iiiii't'S ing ln-tu inmle limn minncs lim-iovvej
in New .Mexico bait; liot bct-n t-n- j iluring ine year. liiu-I be r g inled ii
linly Mippii'p.v-d. i ineieiy imminal piiymenis, and tin-
1 be luinei ill I fi ourct'S of C'oliirado, ' inoine- Itinnwed tn make llieiu as
.Ni ad.i. Idaho, X. w Ali xiin a. d Ar- merely iiomii.nl reeiipis. and lln ii
.zona are prnving l'..r richer than lias ' iini.'Uiit SI 8 1 08li G.'J.i 07, sfiouhi ibere-
been b. leioloit
lllltlt'i SI'iOl
I.
1 lai be nil- wnl a en uiiiii, incallOll : lind ill-bili'.-t'iin Ills,
on li.is siil ject u out Ine UoVi l nor ol This being dn n-. lln ri" r- iuains as
Xt:w .i. x co. I aciu.il it-ceip's $72(1 0;J8 (Cl'J 711. and
I auaiii Mibm t lo oiir coiisid-ra- the mcIu.iI (li-Lnii'-eineills. $71-1. 70G.
timi i lit- txpeil.fi.cy ol i slaldi-lnlig u 'J'Jo 5, having llu balance as a I ie.nl)
M sit mini ibe t lieu '111. ('iliel)l ill eml- i si d.
j.iii.ii. ii n.Uii.n-li tins souice'nl ii ilon-j The iiciual r-eeip's and dish ;ie
id wiallli uml slicngili is nguin II .w '. mcnt- f.ir the lirsi i inrler, Hud ibees
ing Willi icat r In-t d.nil lliau or k - lininled r- t ij-lt ami ili-biii'seu.eiits
r.il )i aisb loietl e
m-uri i
Cllull
etl 'I In re is .-till il "leal deli-
I'm iit't iniverylicid.il indnsiiy, es-
ee a h in ngi'iciilliiri' nnd iu our
inii.fs, as well nl iron a- the rec.ous
iu. ia s. While ihe dem iinl fur l.tbor
is thus inert isi d here, n lis ol lln ii.-
.....Id ..I .. .1.-1 ii lid- i.l' t fit. in... I.
aiite occiii'Hiioii. are inrongnig our .
lolei-jli coli-ulalcs and olleilll.' lo em- ,
igiate in the tniie i Shi c.-. ll fseiili .1, j
but ciy cht Mp as,-i.-t..iice can be uf
tord.-d tin-Ill.
ll is easy to see that under ihe
sharp ilisi,iluie of civil war the na
tion is beginning a in w life. This no
ble t If .i t ilemand- III- ir aid and ought
in receive ibe ailenlioii m.d siippnll of
the joteriiint-nt.
Iiijiiries imlur. set n by lit g vcrn-
ing jud.i I il iriu-.na.s me iniiut ipm e
f-.r thi- u- o-e. a sit-cial couit may
In- tti.lt mie. with power Iu bear ami
ib t i.'e -neb claims of the cba'ficicr te
(c n it to -o in.it have ati-etl Ucder
ti .ti- i
ir all t- a'''i ti" I muic law.
C'oni i-tiii'iio- b.rmljustiug ibet'Liins
t j J'li t commissi Hi, hate l.een pro
im.-i tl It s..tm: ft crmiietits, out no
but
tl. fin is, ttn-it. r lii the m ouosilion ;
l e yi I been received Irom any,
I the course cf die sessem, I slnll j
f.t.lml.lj fott iu cmsioii io r, ipiei ou i
i piov.d' - ii.deii.iiiticHlion iu tbtiuiatils !
I eie dt-c" e of resiilui.ou bate been I
jt . hr. .1 sinl iSmiiiml'. leiuitrtd bv !
i.;.i. .. ..... ; . '
-.ii....j .
wl.rl.- llit 'oV en lt. tit OlaV
b,
k, t.a I. ,1 .. tl It, l liable in in into, Ie. I
sn.l in h. r.- I I.r i,n ounl t.l ibai linl.l i
lias l-et n eilun t d by in o. uml
(tH .;,-;ition. The pn r t ffit-t of
ll- Tn m.(j- bve . erne, d ti emselve
required ly lU 1 ol tie UniuJ ,
Suit ujx'ii uKj-i t !u ili tii,,I a
la uimi I he in. onis-a ol loM-igti cow-
: ...... .
i till. Ill 1 1. Ii. COUMrj. tt illla) SMI ll
'dirail mv mil in Mricti.rss I in
' dr.a.iun trf fHill C law, ir prim).
j mijr !-! ing Irmiy Uloecu I he
l i.i fil S hIk nmJ m lurri'ii cwiilrv,
Hie r(wl-iiy )r m.l,fj ing
; I' e i I h li rXrinpl liom im i,,.
j mm- i f iuli oii.iiU n r n,.i ,
ol I inliii nii- ili rivt- l
. t'l.hi i lie mii.liiiin lit ol li-ir uUlif,
j or Irom mjMiy m. riiunifil in th..
I, inH-.l N'hh'is I Milium li i in jour fc-
liuiiit inii-iiltrinion.
1 nuikr Hud Miy.'futi'in ii tun J!i
r..ui d ib.ti minify bi h tmUt lo
t e lt't-'iroa uli-ii r triiipls our t-inif il
in nil oil.fr . .uiiirifx Tmn lux inn. in
the exit ni tliu iihIkm. d. Ibe Lai-
I'dSitirs. I think, ongi.t lint IoIhu x-
f . olmli.v ilbb lal Iu inleri.M'iniiitl
litnle Miel (niiiineu-f.
I he iii. la n ol llit- I re usury tilt
M-i ) hi l.avt: li' t n Mit'i-c.-i'iully 'oii
tluiiiii. 'I'll, t ll.-ll'l'l,! Ill b ('i.lijri !s of II
lliitioiiiil b ti kili law. bus .riHfd a
( lilu il l.' rxipi.tti I t.f llit- I iiblii- cr.-dil
Mini I In- lrini-rul !e' il:i1 1 li. in r.-l.i-
Suit'e iliie nu-iisiin bnve been in
iiii-riiliou, all ib'iniinil on ibe Ireii-ury,
mi' uil'ii.- llu l;iy t'f I lie amiy uml
navy, biiv l" i n ii'niiiiily met ami
fully Mitislii d.
No pon-itleifiblt; I'li.ly of Ir0 .n, i'
is bi lievi tl, wcie.iVer inoiu iiniply
proMtled and more lib' ialli mihIiuiii:
l lun ly paid, mid il limy b.- lidded thai
by tin eiiilt' were btirih n uieiili-nlal
to a yreal war more ell 'frfnlly bi.nie.
Tile ret'eiis iluriu-r lh year IVnui
till 8uirres. ind u liliL' I'l.Ul-, mid llit'
b.il.iin e ill ibe treasury ul its ion
lili lii'.-lneiil, were Slid 1 .1 'J.Vb'7 1. KG,
and flit Hjijjrcgiito ili-biii-eni nis S-pi'J-i,
7'JG.(i;30,G5, It'.i v iti-j: h balance on
lsiol July, lHb:), of Sj.'"l.tl.2l.
Of t lie receipts there were received
from tMi.sioms 80'J,(i;:) 0 12. -10 ; funu
Inlt'llial Ucvcliiif, S.-JT.b-JK.TrtT.'Jj;
i irom direct lax, l,-if.i,iu..ti ; noin
land.s,Sl C7,CI 7,17 ; fVou iniscell.iiic-
oiis sourcee. Sj.0''.f!l-r) oJ, and fioin
Inouit, -77G Ci'l I5G 1.57. milking an
ungiegale of $DUl,l 25X71.80.
Ol ibu disburse meins. I hern w re
for (Iu. tiivil m:i vi''U SiU.ioj.U J J.OS t
lor pensions and Indians, $1,210 G2G,
o'J ; lor inieie-l o i publ c debt, S21
72'.).lHIG.."iI ; for llit- war d-lil. 4.'ia'J,
2'.tH.lilMI,H4 ; lor lhcXaV ilepal'lu.eul
5-02,21 1,10,. 27 ; f..r paynieiit of fund
ed nnd teinpoiari debi, $ISI CbO.G.I.'i.
07. making llu: ii.r'greg,ili; S";i-"i,7'.K.i.-(i.'IO
(i.l anil ItMviug Hie Imlance oi
IU 21. Ibil lite I'ilMUi'llls t.l
llu- tiiuded and i-iiiinrai if hi bav-
hu e be ili'diieietl lui'li from i ccip:
lor ibe rem liti'-fig tiiiv ( i irieis ol
ihe em rent li-i.vd tear l.'sGl wil be
shown ill tb ia 1 by the iep"il of ll.e
Secretary of the Tici-m t, In which I
ii i e ji.ur iiiiemii.ti.
Il is siilli ietit lo -in bfie that it is
lint believed llial hcIiiu! results will
cxbib I it slau' ul ihe tin ilic. s less fa-
oral .1
lo lb cu'iiilry Hi in ibe esli-
mines ol dial ollicei- beielobirt!
suh-
imtletl. while il is conlnh ti ly expccl-
eu inui at tne el ist-oi iiie yeiir iiniu
il.rl. nr-i "neii's ami ih 1. 1 will be found
very considerably Jess lliau h tve been
aiiln''pa,e,.
The rep .ri ol (lie Secrcinry of
War i- u d.icnuiciit of great iiilcie.-t.
1 1 eonsisis ol
Flits I The military npt-rations of
ihe tear delailed in ibe report ol ibe
(ii in lal-in chief.
S; CnNU The organization of Col
ored persons into ibe war service.
I'fl I It l Tlf cxelnlle'C of pri-Oll-
1 1 fn.ly set forili in ihe lctti r of Gen.
Ilitchott k.
FiH'ltTII The operations under
llu- irei ol curt lbn and calling out ihe
national Luces detailed iu the repot t
of id- l'lovosl-Maishal General.
I'm II I he organialioii ol the In
valid corps, nml,
Sixth 'I be opi-ration-i of the sev
eral dt-parinicnts of the Quartermas
ter General, Cotimii-sary Geneial,
l'ayina-ier General, Chief of F.ngi
neers. Chief of Oidimnce and Suigeou
General.
It ba- rpiieaied impo-sibb: to make
valimbb' summary ol ibis rep .rt, ex- j
cent tu. b as would li too exlemled
lor ibis phtre, and lu-nce I conieiit my- j
se.f with a-kiiig tour cartful atit-ntioii
to ihe re.n ii-e f. I
, The duties ! v olv ing on ibe liitvi I
bntnt b of ibe M l v n e during die year. I
Hud lbrou!bo.t ibe bole (rt this ii .- !
I....... .t Im. 1,. .!!.. I. .r.....l
-i -j --e--
itlt tid-ley Mild finineiit atl- ce-. s
The exttti-ive liliH-kade has been
The exit tl-ive lilockade has been
cotula tin u.cie-iri2 Hi efficiency.
!e navy l as cX 'ded ; ye
la g a bi.e, ii b is o fai b en i
Vet on
itrtjutssi-
b e lo ti.iuely Mippre-s tbicu Hade,
From reiurn rece.ved at tbeNavyj
liiiiff
than I. WO Vrs U bate ltent-Mp!ur-.
. ..... '
Mllce ll.r ll..rVM'Ie K a ollU ed, Mltd
that lh l ie ut pnx . ;, beady in
i fvr m Ijn.ii. ti.Mi nuvuh( iu uu r
$l3.'H0.tK0. 1 h.. ut n) to c.- ol lite
UmH1 M-i'f cm-i- m ill inMHfnt
ul" 5HS t..f tinii imH mn in
itiuie i. ii.mj'lrliuii. mil i.( iImih- "j
ure ir.it t l.nJ t.r m iin.r. tl
1 I Im i til ol ilir inr cive mm
ti t--t mil uiiix.t ihihi In ilic mi
$ , Ii m ill r .h,,!,! fUcii'l litnoml
tins w.ir. I i.e iniii.-.l imm U in our
imvy iinil-ifil iii.d in ni'iviir, ir
wliiih nrt; un-l.-r c.itilrmt mid Bit-
ini:ii'biii- ioin'l.'iion me believitl to
: i tc i d in immlier ibose ol any oilier
' iiiwti j but wli le ibesi- inity be lelied
iii..it f..r Inn b. r J. Iei.e and ttm-t
(Seivice, o' hers ol greitler aUrcujri ti and
i'!ii:ieily -A ill be ii"i'eSMiy loi f rui-in;
1 1. in (loses, and lo ni liiil.un our r'gbl'ul
io-ilion on ll.e ie. an.
J tie cluing thai lots innen place in
the mi ul es-els and Ibe naval war
line incc tin iiilrmblrlinll of slemil its
inuiive p.iwer lor ships of w art mainl
a corrtpoiid.ng cli.mgt! iti some of
'ii- exisiihg navy yrds, or the estab
lisl.iiieiii of new oni'S Inr the cniisinic
lion and necessary repair of in. ilern
naval vessels. No iiic..nidei'alii- eni-biirra-smeip,
delay, nnd public injury
bate I n experienced Iron the wmi
of Mich goveruuieiilal e-iablisliii)' ins.
I he liece-Mly of Mich a llHt y Jitrd so
l uifi eli.-.l. at some suitable pace upon
the Ailaniio seat.oard, in on repealed
occasions have lu e'i brought lo llu;
iil't'liiinii of Congress by ih Navy
Ib'l'iirlmeiit, is again piesenled iu the
rt'linri of llu; Sii'-reiary which accoiu-panii-s
ibis coiiilliuiik'aiii'ii,
I think ii my duty to invite your
(n C'inl inlenlioii In this subject, and
also In lliat of eslabli-liiug a timl and
lepol fur naval pui puses, upon one of
ibe Western river-' A naval loree
has been ciTii'cd on those waters and
miller many tli-u Ivantages, wilbn a
little inoie lliau iwo tears, cxi'i-edim;
- ts
in number ilu; whole naval Inrce of
l lie couiiiiy at llit; eo ninenc. in ;nl of
llif prest-nl a liiiinislialion.
S-itislacliiiy Hii'l inijio' lant as have
been the pt'i'luriiiances of the bei'oic
u en of the uaty at ibis intere sling pe
i iitil, they are scarcely more wonder
ful I ban I he succe-s ol our inechnuics
. i . i .
and iiriisiins in t lit prodiii liou of war
v ssi-ls which hate creaietl a new
icrin of iiaviil potter. Our country
h.n. u.lvHiittige stiH-rior to any olln r
i a ti. ti i in it-sources of ii on und timber,
it ilb inexhau-lib e ( .aiililies of fuel
iu I lie iniiii.-diiie Vicinity of bolb, ami
all available a d iu c ose prox uiity to
oat gable wah Is. Wil hunt the ad
tan age ol public tt oi ks, the le.-ources
ol (be n .lion have bec.i ib;ve..pci.
i it I ii- pi tier (liilaM'd in llu cii--ii'iiciiou
ol a n.it y of such muguiiude
nlncli bus ai ihe very period of iis
creaiaiii tendered signal service lo the
Union.
Tie increii't; of the iitin.ber of sea
men ill the public sertice ll'nlll 7.300
men iii the spring of J HO 1 to aliniil
ol.tMMJ ul ihe prescnl tune, has been
accomplished tti hout special legisla
tion tr ex'ra'iidiiuiry bouniies lo pro
luole that iiicieasc. It has I. cell
Ii hi i nl, nutti-vcr, that I lie operation of
ihe (bait with the high bounties is
beginlliinr lo efl'. cl h juriously Ihe na
val service, and w ill, if not checked,
he bkcly to impair its t lfieieiicy by
tletaebing si Hiiieu from their proper
voi ittiou. and inducing them to nicr
tin n.mv. I tl'i'ieinre rcspccifiiiK
sugg -.-l thai Ccngrcss ni ght ni l boiu
ibe ai iny and naval service by u ib-li-niie
pint isiou on this ruhject. which
would ut the smut; linn." be equitable
io tin; coinuiuiiiiies mure especially
iiilerest. d.
I commend to jour consideration
t lie suggestions of the Sccreiaiy ol
I lit- Navy, iu regnad to the policy ol
fo-lermg and Iraiuili'i seamen, and iti
so ihe i ducatinii of otliceis and engi
neers for tliu liuval service. The Na
tal Academy is rendering higual ter
vice iu prep in tig midshipmen for the
lughl) responsible duties which in af
ter fie tln-y v.1,1 be called upon to
perlni in. In order that ibe country
should not be ilepi ived of I he proper
(pint a ot t-dueaied ollicers, fur which i
al provisions has la-en made at the
naval school, ihe vacancies cau-ed by j
ncilect or omission io make noiniu.i-
Dcp-irsuietit, it niK-nr) ti.ftt
lions Irom the Stales iu iusiirieclioii, I sanciih ing inllin m e-, ihe hope and
bate been filled hy die Secit-lury of ' coiisolalioiis of chrisliim faith,
die Navy. 'Ibe si bool is now u .ore J I sugge.-led in my Im-1 minmil in-
lull Mii,l c-iii.iIi te than at any former j cage the proprii ly of n-iundfiiii our
perital, m.d iu every respect entitled ' I ml au .ysieui. Hub-, ipu nt vei Is
to llu- favuijible consideration of Con-1 sati-fied m of its ni-ce-.-ily. The i'e
grcss. tails . I forih in ihe lepoit of Ibe Se-
Duriug the past liscul e-t, llu: li-; creiary evince ihe org -nt need ot im
riancial coii'lilioii ol die l'ost Olfice j medial.' leg -la: lie aeiio i.
dcptti'ttueiil Ins b'-en otm of increasing j
pro-peruy, nun i inn grauiieti in o-ing:
aide to sla'e that the ac ual I'O-l.il
icvt-uite lias nearly cpi.illed ihe tn
lire expeiiduuies. ibe laitir am aunt
ing in 1 1.:Jl 4.2UO. Si, an ) the form
er to ! l.lG.'J.7,i'J..i'J. b ating a defi-
cieiny of bit Sl;) 4l7.2.i,
I n the V ear ISLO, tne t ear itninedi
H'ely piete lmi He retiei ion. tim .,;.
li. it-iicy aiitantit d to ?3 656.07.V4X
'I'll- "ial r.-cipu U-m j 13,72 J.-
7'J. Ie- lliau llej-t l I0J.
The d. crease since 1 8J I in the n-
liuai aniouiu of iraiis.-tati.m hi
l.ei n itls.ul 2 i lwr cct but tlie nil-
- I
nuul t xpeuuuuie o i ik'C'iui oi Hie .
same Im been redmrd i5 itrr rent. '
same Im been mini rd .)J lief t eill
It l uutnilVsl, iberebne, I bat til l'o-t
UlSiee .lepartmeul may itecome sell
su-iaiiung in a fi: jear even with
die rcst.H-.iMiii oi the wleile tst l vice. ,
Tuts iuicniatiouai coufoieocK ol' po- j
IrU-s i-f Ivim.ite a.d Auu-iivm w hi. h
"
. I llie'pl COtllt
Ws Cm1.c. Ut ll.ll sllgges'i,.t O1 lilt;
! lVtms-irr Gei em?, u.ei ai 1'aii mi
lliv Ilili .( M.iy l,tt, ul rM.i In, I. J
' il Itrmiiuii on iln- Kill ( I Juki-.
j Tlir rn riiil f -(hI IIii ,J .j f,t- im.
' fi-irnot- H L. l hJ .i.lt-.l '. In. i'iuif
i t iniri. oui -p Im luri-n n.iiionf. mi.
' ll.u ., 1 1 l .tuie (Nial c-miwu.
li n ihbojuimii; n tf-iier il ,t, m .)
mi. Im m itilrriiiitioi.nl t'lmryf
til n-
, .lurt-il tut ft of 'uln-f, mil iNtnnol
( l.iil to in.dut f ln iu li. ini n-nul .
i I ri-U-r ou to Uhj t K.rt id the
i Sii rHMrv ! tins Inlni.ir. wlnrli i
i relary
btrettilb laid bef.ietoi lor ii.lclul
ami varie. inl'tirintilioii in li-bition to
publio Innl-, lii.naiT'"i.)iiirfl. palei.t.
pen-ion and other mailer i f pubbc
concern pt rtninii ir to bis ilepiiruneiil.
The ipiani it y ol liir.d disposed of du
ring the la-l and first (piailt ml Ibe
present li-cal ter, was I.'i-ID
Bcres, of which lb'J.'Jll were sold Inr
cn-h j IJibG.'ii'J weie lnkell tin under
Ihe 1 Iiiine-lt-ad law, and ibe residue
tb-pii-ed of under b.'s graiiling l.iiitl
lor iinliiary )m,iii i. ta. for milro.nl and
oilier purM.ses. Il also appears Ihnl
the sale ol ibu public binds is bug. ly
on the iuu ea.-e.
It has Inlig bei n a lierisle d opin
ion of some of our wisest hl.ttesinen
ihnl I lie people of the United States
bad h higher und more ciulciring in
terest iu the early sclilcmein ami sub
staiilial cullit alinli cf ibe pub ie lands
than iu the 1111111.1111.01' diret t let i imt
to be ili-rived from the t-ale of them.
This opinion has hud a coutio liug in
du. -nee in shaping legislation upon
the snlijecl of our national duiiiain.
1 nixy C.le, as et id. nee of ibis, I he
lilu ral rneasiiies ndupicd in reference
lo actual sellleis, the grant lo lie
Stalc4oftl.eoter-llnwi.il binds wib
in llu-ir limits, in older to their beimj
icclaiim d nnd rendered lii fur cultiva
tion, and t tn grains lo iniltviiy ci.mpu
nic-of alt rimie seciiuns ol land upon
the contemplated line- of their toads,
w bich, tvln-n coiupleied will luit-lt
multiply Ihe facilities for reaching
our distant po--cssioiis. This pnlict
has received lis nio-t signal und ben-eli.-enl
illu-iraii m iu the recent cna'-l-iiient
gianluig bnme.-tcit.ls to Hctual
settlers.
Since the first day of Jiciuary la-t
before mentioned Hie ipiauliiy of 1,
4.")G,iJI4 acres ol land hate been la-
ken up under its provisiois. This
f.ci uml IIim nmoiiiti if sa es fimii Ii
gratityiiig etldi fice of inciea-ini set
lleuients iijiiuitihe public lauds, liot
ii ilbstanding lb great sliuggh: iu
which the t lieigics (if llit- nation l ate
bet n e ng i gei I. und w bich has rcipiii i d
mi large a wiibdiawal of our ciiixcns
Imiii tin ii accustomed pinsuils.
I ei'T'lially concur in ihe licommeii
d.ilio'i of llu SiH-i clttry ol llu; Juleii
or, suggesting a iiiodiiication of the
law in tutor ol those eiigaged iu ihe
tuilitary serv ce ol the United States.
I doubt not that Congicss will cheer
luily iidopt such liiea uics as will,
without es-eiitially chunking the gen
eral features of llit: ysletii, secuie to
the greale-t practicable extent iis
benefits In llio.-c who bate h ll llieir
homes in deleiise of ibe couhiry iu
this lildnOUS CI is IM.
I invite jour nlieiition lo ibe Sec
retary's report as to the propiielyol
raising by appropriiite li g.sla.ioii a
revenue lium ibe mineral lauds tl the
United Si j les.
The in.a-iiies pr.it idtd nt your
last M'ssioe for ihe removal ofceriairi
indiliu ll'ibes have been cal l ! d into
cfli-el. Sundry tieaties have been
negotialeil. tt hicli will iu due lime be
sob t iiied lor the consif'iiiioiiMl action
if llu: Senate. They contain sli illa
tions for extinguishing the po-scs-ory
rights of the Indians lo large mid val
uable tracts ol land. It is hoped dial
these treaties will resub ia ihe cMab
lisbineiit of permanent liieinlly rela
tions w il Ii such of these tribes as h-vt
been biought into In ipii nl ni.'l bloody
collision wilh uur oiidyiug st-l h-m nls
and emigrants. Sound policy and mi
i operative duty lo these Vitlds ol tin
giivi-rnim iit ilemand our noxious nnd
cm. -taut ailenlioii o I lit If ina'enal
well b ing, to llu ir iiiogre-s in die
arts of civiliz dion, in.d ahoi - nil .(
that moral training which undei the
blessings of ditine p.ovid. nee will
conit-r uiion
.....1.., il...... . I... ......1 .... I
llf
Ill
iu; i ii;i iitii mi i
I C iinlnen I ibe b'-nei ob-nt inst.iu-j
uons estann-iu-ti or pairoinz u hy llu
goml in ibis di-tiict. lo your g nt-rous j
and fo-lerinji c ne. j
The iit.entioii of G nre-s. during !
ibe last ce-sion, was eng ige.l to .ui.-
extent wuh a projKi-itioa f..r cnlarg- j
ing ihe Wat- r coiiimunit'at on helm. -en ,
ili: Mi-sis-ii'i.i nver and d.e norib-
i eas e u sea-ltMid w lot li propuMiam, ;
however, fidetl for lii- dm.-. Since;
Ml.en, iijiou a call of die gn ate t r-
j stecibd t y. a convention has hen,
lu l l nl Chicago. Um.ii the iaine tub- ;
ject. a summary of wl.osts viw. is,
loiilivi. ed in a memotid address i
i in: l ie-i n-in mm v.o'igre- hiki w men
1 now have I tin honor lo lay befoul
you.
I'll it lb iol -re-t is one which .
ere long win inrce us own mar too
not t iiteila'n a doubt, while ii j. suit-
mille l entirely to yoar wi-dom ai
what cu U iLi now. Au-jmwiied
' Mai Ji L gaic fit.m
inti ic-t i ft i rwi lo ibis ml jet t by lk
j xiiuai co.nni. nirini III til WA.ik OH Iht
' lsi i h - Kailioa l under aiipH J
! Invoiable Iu rapid prugres Mod Celta-
b t ii'ti. Tl.tf t ttUrgciJ i.ai lg ttiuti 1st
t cs.iiie a pipnbli.' need It lb JH'Ml
Ir.ad.
I tiei't'ii'l the Mjc-inJ ani.Urtl re
' port i.f the Comuiis-iuiit r ol llit
! pet ; in. nt of Agr culture, asking uar
aiiriilioii lo lhw tb 1 1 lopiiu nl in that
Vital initlcl ul the timiou.
In ii Coiigit. a.wt milled a yo.r
tico die war bad abtudy lattitd HO
Iiioliths, and tide bad bet 11 many
cotitlit l on both land and sett, wall
tin ions results; ho rt bell Kin had
b, t n pre at-d batk into reductd liuuls,
yet llf - tone ol pobho opinion, h! botiia
und ul load,.WHS not tut .luciory. -W
ii It other si 11, the popular t lection
which was then jimt past, indicated
uui a-iiicss ntuoiig oursclve ; wbilt
amid nnii h that w as cold mid mena
cing the kindest words corning fioin
I'liiiope were uiici t-d in acceni of piiy
tbnt we wero loo blind lo -.urn ndt-r a
hopeless iMiisc. Our cmnnietcts was
sulfering greMtly by a fcW arnieJ vet
stla, buili upon and lutnished from
loicigo shorts, and wtj were llu dab li
ed with such adililiout boiu the sufnt)
qiiai'iers as would sweep our trndd
troth li e ea, mid raise our b ockade.
We bad In i h d lo elicit from F.uiopean
goveiniiieiiH iinyibing booelul on ibe
u'-jecl,
I be preliminary emancipation is
sued in September, was running in
us-igni-d period to the bcgiiining of
the new ytar. A month hiitr ibe li
nal ploclaiiialion cuuie, im hiding tbd
iliiliolilii Clin III lhat Colo. cd men of
s.iilaliu: cuhdilioii would bu leccittd
in the war scrvicu
The policy ol i-mancipation and em
ploying black soldiers, gate to the fil
mic a new aspect, about which a
hope mul fear and doubt contended
in iiiiceitain coullicl. Accoidi. g to
our po iiical s) si i ni us a mailer of
fit. I imiii ni-i Milion, die loteliunciit
had mi tawliil pow-i r to cltecl cinanci
palion in any Ma c, nml for along
nine il bad been hoped ihnl ibu I'c
t-tTiii.il could be MippresSed without
ii'soi'iii.g to it us a military nuasiire.
It was nil the while being po-sibfo
thai the necessity, for it iniglii come,
and that T ii should, the crisis of the
ciuilc.-l Would lie I. be presented. It
ctime, und a- was inilicipiitetl. Was fol
lowed by dink und doubiiui iluys.
Lie ten iiionlh- hating now (ai-ned,
and we ar. pel milled lo uu.kti liuoiber
itvietv. It- be I bonlers are press, d
still (in llu r back, iii.d by lb tomp ele
opetiii g of ilu- .Mississippi, die con try
dominated by the rebel ion is d.vidid
into 1 1 . 1 1 1 t -1 pans, with 10 piuciieal
tt mi mil ii i.- l inn bt I ween tbetii. Jell
i.c--ee and A. kails, i- have been sub
sliiiilially cleiiitd of i, surgenl's con
liol, nnd ii ilociiti.il ci'it ns, iu em Ii,
tut in is of slates and tidtocules of
slavery lit lb.: begililifng of I lie rebel
lion, now declare openly for cmanei
I 1 1 it'll in llieir respective Siutes, Of
those Stales not included in i lit; eni
micipiiiion prochiiiiatioii, Maryland and
Missouri, neither ol which ihree jears
ugu would tolerate any rc-iraiut upon
die exteiiriiiii of slat cry into new it-r-nioi
ics. only dispute now as to the
Lest mode ol lemming it within iheir
own limits. Of ibose who were slates
ut the beginning of ihe rebellion, full
10 bOOO are now in die United .SiMtfs
military sei t ice, bull' of w hich num
ber actuitliy bear ai ins in the ranks,
ilnis giving Ihe double advantage of
inking so much labor from the insur
gent cause, nnd Mipplying the places
which other i-u inu.,t be lilltd by as
many w bite men.
So far as li sled it is difficult (o SflJ
i bey are not at jid toldit rt oi uvy.
No si rt ile ins u i ret lion or tendency
io vinlcnce orcrut.-liy bus marked Ihe
measures of cmaiicipuiioti aimu.g tho
hlacks. 'J bose measures have bctu
nnii b discussed in foreign countries,
and coulempoiaiy with such discus
sion the lone of public sentiment liters
i- miii h iinprut ed. Ai txiiiii.- the same
measures have been fully discussed,
supptu letl, crilii i eil, m.d ib iiouiicetl,
and (be annual i let lions following aiQ
highly enei'iiragiiig lo ibost; wbo-e of-
licial duly il is lo b. ar the coutitiy
ihiu igb tins great (rial, lhus we
btne the new rcckoliili''.
o
'1 he cn-is vtbi' b ihreaieried lo di
vide the f, iend- of ihe Union is att.
Lis. king mm to llf pieseut and iu
l nr. , and ilb a relcit-nc: to the stales
win lelll lliitl M lihlllil) I !l beCU SUSS
elided, I hate lb fight lit lo Issue it
I'liic iatnutioli. n copy of which is'. ere
wiili 1 1 an Mini led. On examination of
ibi- l'li.c'iimaiiuu ii will appear, as is
believed, lhat Hulking is attempted
bt-jond what is amply justified by the
coti-iii'iiioii. True, the form of an
oalh is gi- cii, but no mail is coerct-d
p. I ike II.
'lb-man i- only promised a pr
tl.m iu ca. be voluntarily lakes ihe
Oalli. Ti e cons-utuiioii autl.oireslhe
fxenitive lo grant nT withedd ibe par
don al Ins own abwl'ile tji-creiioii, and
ib: includes Ihe power lo grant on
ler ns as is luily established by judi
cial m.d oiii-r (tuiboritit'S. It also
profl'-red th.i! if any id' the State
iui.i.d shall o g.nne a S ate govern
Iiient, il .ball Iw If.rgaiiii J Hu$ gur
. leeij by the Untie 1 S'.er alfl that
under it tin- l .te-thatl. om h con
.ulnrioti il Conditions I ann d, be pro
tecP d against ilivaoion atid domestic
violence. The iiui-lilulMiiial ohliga
t on ot ibe Uni'ed Stales Iu guarantee
to ever) State in the Union a T pub-

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