Dawsons Weekly Times And Union in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
18 Sep 1861

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Dawsons Weekly Times and Union (Newspaper) - September 18, 1861, Fort Wayne, Indiana Wed Day sept. Ibl amp a terms of pmk6,1 How Wii no Riili to 9m How the War Ovid do own rim thu go on. Until the wet a sett end Stio Nget am hed decided the a Oati Woff by it to Eltiy Stoa we sch Peor a a pm. A wer which the iat Lugent anti Ikirt of Ell a Imi id tote ititus self the Quot of lot or Kite a he Froide a re Gate Mai Tiiu. Emmai end Why m in Fot the a with. To the Fot by our inst my de Tomt a Mim in mud Totsc grit be Timol he been Qew Tio nod by a oink Dir a a fair a How i Tifei had Opima 1 have a Oono Inta by a cry ohm whom fwd or Ili option would not the Palm a Adhe j Loyal Nen has hated and i stifled army upon i Ita Nece laity a a deft a to the uni ii and t Onati tation cannot in Una the whole Foleti of Coo Traveny to Chei by the Onward March of Verenta be anew ended or abandoned Stu the Union and the Koneti tuntion Are made Aasc. 80 Lois therefore a the a town a Ptter Pola and object of the seceded states is not Tode Mandan Cufo rce Redrea for grievances a Mewbern of the Federal Union but to eau Blish a National Itati who aug the Union a to Tatum utterly subversive of the territorial and political right of the Federal cd it Hemment there can be not hand no peace a the War must go on. Away me Owh aia a Maui Mem the pathway i Quot a right and duty hate pointed 1 say let it go on. And nay god Prosper Oil to a. That Sheie Amy be henceforth no 1 a he ngut. ,.cailor a i sail i to a Nail the Ijain to the Mast Hend of Ike and t Avail my it Elf of the Occa m clearly define my position that Iii m we a we Smith stood me my see it a Karly and theae who have misrepresented me May no Loncer do to without dildos Iii their own on Faith. Nuke Many of those who have most loudly that such is my conviction of the dangers and evils of the War that whenever there is any oven Small ground of to believe Liat tie Confederate states Are prepared to treat As to the Terma of their resuming their old position within the Union i would not feel that the Federal government was Disho Noring Ita constituents but rather doing Ita dul 1 have never been willing Quot to Branch and i a a Lemmas a Asa Astana a Mann let the dido i have always been for it 1 am for it we and Hope to be for it until Itji Hejl i Iii. Hwier in strength from the Domia and Darla amt real upon it. I Lead hoped Enid be no doubt in the mind of any reasonable Man As to How i Sund in regal to the Wai and i search in vain for and Ain Outdy invite any Man to Point out in the since or before the War beg one word or line which betrays in Fidelity on my pact to the fee no Union or the a tuntion or the last sympathy with those to have attempted to subvert the or treat i Atam of government know to history. It is ant boy inbae that i May have foiled to Plewe Tow data of any party for i have never Etta Chiwing Deli ill. Nor hoped to please Tom. It a a tet which no my a can truly gainsay Thui lha a lican party o 1800 waa not to a coat mus in its print aka. not Island in Mamura Tiva aum anti Aid few in behaved that they a Rood Long ooh rein tha aame Organ Intino either and for the a adulteration of Victory or the Diouf Kiwi of defeat. I never attempted to of. And my Leadam were there fete Wau of Priabe. That my opinion and sym a Thini wan with the conservative element of that party. I tras educated a whig in the awol of Henry Clay and Daniel Webster. They we the gain alien at whose feet i sat and Laniad my prided principles a the love Lilba Lam country and its constitutions and fid Rwjr 1� All Ita compromised. I therefore Odda not a Altra in my politics without be ii Ika to my own Convie Tiona. Upon the a Liili Bontog of he whig Perty pm m Wei 30 Many of til pm Man pm i was to costumed to Lii pm Anil Reim Ingao much of whig Irnise is the rep Viean organisation of with it it a Bop ii to to in Ito eem Toom of Buchanan a admin i old be i a and this Eona Erra Tivo dem amp of the Briean party to for Pic a in the Federal administer anon As to Dudi the violence of extreme men on the Sla Voy pm Dinnse the minds of the South a to people of in belief of any Gosule intention Clr Hartly to with restore Jshii Irinyi eng a it tie election of Lar. Lincoln been almost in a Itiba Tolx i Nowod of of act of the treason we Ted been Long plotted in the South i Bdie Volte Edmini Antion Widd have a vaulted m l by Hei Bat the trait Ono the South have even him no Opportunity to test by a Speno Eybl government his Fidelity to the the whole nation. Upo in idae Refea Elution that if r. Lincoln bras to be Bat the Olgaa and exponent of Northern the scat them leaders of re bid Liun Teve been Aue 00 to inflame the minds of the Ian area of the 5o�ithem people As to thin at upon tha nation the Cah mity of civil or. Who Plato in shall have truly written the Atory of Thia War or tale die will not sex Ponento Feam Llama Ash of tiie Peel of the Komi lib have by Thor inordinate Seal fur the l unions mint and extera Unawon of Nensi Avery i Fer Long Jiva in a Roosma in the sooth a fee Tolp of inae Crity and a it hostile to the Pence a and Para Maniee of the Umon she will not jul Kochaner a pen the aedes soon leaders the eave a a bitty of beginning the War. I�tk0 a when South care Hui passed her ordinance a of area Avion the Federal government had invariably a filed in obligations to the boy Tith people Ahi Tandi Clear of Oft once Towanda them. The a session of that slate waa on net of rebellion and revolution wholly by gratified by any soda course or act of oppress Aion As will in judge to of nations justly remit an oppressed people to their Fiol remedy the overthrow of the government that of of fuses them. Whethe or not Between the aces Aion of sooth Caralli and the foil of. It. Sumter the Federal government could without did nor his adopted any measures of Condoli Atio us Lovli Hare accepted and Kavo Prann lad Roither Progress in civil War is a question about Wahidi patriots May we Udia por Tea oium of the Xxxvi Cong diffs by hoped for a id located com with becoming dignity inviting peace. While i have substantially abstained the me Rares of the admiria traction in regard to the War and abstained from the personal denunciation of the president and Hia Cabinet in which to meow my Lead ii Contemp Oranea of the Republican As Well As other presses have largely indulged i have not Felt it to be my duty neither did Congress at its Ute session deem it to be it s duty formally to approve i the add of the president in the conduct of the War. The president has his constitutional duties and response unities and the Congress and the people have theirs and it is a Sis Vish doctrine that would demand from either the Congress or the people a formal Quot amen and Quot Irell done Quot to the president s every official ice let the character and necessity of the act determine its Merit. If the pres drat on the Assumption of Public necessity transcend his Powers there is less danger in temperate censure even if the necessity be conceded than in Hasty and indiscriminate up Proval. The people cannot be too jealous of the forms of the constitutions much my re should they carefully watch All that is vital in its principles and terms for these reasons i acquiesced in rather than approved the suspend Aion of the writ of Hareas Corpus and i discharged a very painful duty in censor ii the Attadi of the administration upon the Liberty of the press in the eases of the new York journals. While therefore i shall with the Banner of Quot the Union Quot floating Over to. Battle a i have Ever done for the Umon and the Constitution and give All the Aid in my Power to the measures of the government to put Down rebellion by Force of arms i shall not forget my rits and my duty to our whole country. Beong hiring the press As a Power in the state i shall at All Tim i Endeavor to Mainton Ite dignity and Ite rights. Until my right hand forget its cunning and my Tongue Cleave to tha roof of my Mouth i will maintain the free Ora of Saedi and of the press against All Ita whether from the hands of exes Tive Power from the lavish of lungs of a Pfost Ita Ted Pieria or from the brute Force of unreasoning a Obs or the Shade rom tongues of the instigators and Fradera of mobs. I Lay it Down As a political postulate that nine constitutional government sex ii into. Twp Iii Pii a ngg Quot a the immutable Lawa of mans nature. Goi has Juned together free government and free discussion let no Man put them asunder the True idea of this subject is Well expressed in the translated passage from euripides a fixed to John of Ilton s treatise or speech to the parliament of England for the Liberty of unlicensed printing Liis is True Liberty when free lion men a a having to advise the Public my speak free. Which he who canard Grill Decrv Eshagh Praise Quot who neither c m nor will Pmj bold his peace Ltd what can be Juster m a Sutz than this Quot and in these few won of Milton himself a Quot for this is not the Liberty we can Hope that no grievance Ever Ahall arise in the Commonwealth that let no Man in this world expect but am Tamyia Ivy Art Fred heard Dufily considered and speedily reformed to amp a is it in utmost bound of civil Valeriy attained that men look a Jar the Usi Oxx it must an shall be preserved Quot so have the True Union men of the nation decreed but to this end there must be Union Between the friends of the Unwin. The Universal cry is the North must present to the rebellion an unbroken front it is easy to put Forth Liis err but not to easy to bring into one solid Phalanx keeping step to the Mim of Uain the to lately i Ooyd and discordant elements of Noru Iem partisan dip. It has never been easy to turn men from their Many idols to the worship of the one True god. All professedly Loyal men Are not so readily impressed with the idea that the preservation of the Federal government in All the integrity of its Powers is the chief end of War that they will loosen their bold on the idea that the War Mast to on and the government be supported and part served because of Ite Power to carry out certain partisan dogmas or Cirtain sectional or personal Olts. Men Are so much More easily Martiz ins than True patriots that few can at once and without strop Effort Nerge the Pruzan in the Patriot attempts Bare already been made in Loyal slates to form a Union party the Central idea redid not then do not the to Loire those men who of which shall be Fol elite to the unum and con in food of Gia revolution whose form then Asti tuition above All per at shadowy hut theato Iii. Was dearly pict ii \ forms. In these attempt where oin Paroly and a of �?----1.1 a by a a up ready to co operate hot it on the then it orig on could say Quot no Concilia to in Quot the interest at stake were too to Dantona to he submitted to the arbitral Cut of War until every Hope of peace had i re Many wow look calmly Over the whole Field of Imti oct Are of opinion that it was not too later even after the foil of fort done something nor is even new Loo late to do something to Avert civil War without i Artber Imp riling the Honor or a fifty of the Union. There is Wisdom and j Force in the language of count Gortz cd Akuffo is Well for All men who propose to put off the badges and uniform of party and to put on the whole Armour of the Union to first examine and mow Pewu Efdig there is no greater enemy to truth and Rig lit than self de Hist. Let us test by a Little suggestive and wholesome Cross questioning the men who Call for a United North. First let us but a with men of extreme opinion and question them Livi it Garrison of the Boom Imperator Are you willing for the Sake of the the russian minister of foreign affairs to Union to take from the head of your columns m. De Stoeckel Imp lied in this paper of the j your Treaso Naue Ensign Quot the Constitution of 13th instant when he says tie United states a covenant with death and Quot there Aro no inter Ste so divergent that it agreement with hell Quot a and to run up in Quot May Nui be to Timble to Reco Idle them by la-1 a the place As the motto upon which i you will Quot Boring to that end with Seal and perseverance Figl t the Battle it it a the Union Quot the Union and in a spirit of Justice and moderation Ite this As it May Ripen the Wanton and atrocious act of treason Wahidi resulted in the sur-1 Arz you Garrison and Wendell Phillips and the Constitution and the Laws Quot enforcement of the Gerrit Smith and the thou a is of men who follow your Lead and glorify As a Martyr John Brown of Wussaw Atemise ready to declare with sincerity of Hoart that this War is not a god Reid of fort Sumter we in common with the Massof tie Northern people accepted the War As a necessity. The evil which had defiled our threshold by Ite four but Ilia Down pres Cnoc had assumed shape and substance and eur 1 sent War for the abolition of negro Shvey but Sayed to enter our doors and the North could to maintain the supremacy of the Union and con not do otherwise Tului meet it in the spirit of j Stit ution and that you will henceforth be silent men conscious of the Justice of their cause and j on the wrongs of the slave and the atrocities determined to maintain it. I therefore justified of slave Liol Ders until throughout All the land As an act of Public be oct a Ity demanded by the the Federal Laws Are freely obeyed ? pub us danger the Prem Dent s Call for 75,00u will you Henry Ward Boecher for the Sake a Aid the a Fate Picot action of Congress and the i Union make your Church and. Your vac Tive for the vigorous prosecution of the pulpit no longer the theatre of political Guiher War. Without office so action for peaceful Ings and. Political harangues by which the one Side or the other by people Are inflamed to take up arms in this whip a try closer Veuve mind of both sections War As a holy crusade against the slave hold a Wiir could be brought Sojet bar to up Sider in of the sooth Are you prepared to say and to Torii a bar your aeta. That the Pron Var Tion of the Union and the Poniti tuntion in their integrity is Man important to the people of the United state and to the True i Threatt of humanity than the awol item of negro Auvy in tha United state and will you consent that the Quot pm pm for Ahall become a sincere Coad Jator of your pulpit in furthering the same great end of Union Erraa Yective of Ite relation to the Wiki and the emancipation of the slave will you Horace freely and your editorial Fol Owara everywhere cease to use your widely Dre hued Volumna for the same purpose for who Henry Ward beefier now uses his pulpit and Quot Tae dependent Quot and make your a Pera no longer the Mouroe whence the Ultra men of the South derive their Moat potent a go Monte to justify their parricide a blows against the government that has nursed and protected them ? further Ara you Abraham Lincoln president of the United states Ami the men of the Republican party of every slip def opinion who elected you to your High office Content for the Sake of the uni Oil to forget and Bury in oblivion the disputed dogmas of the Chicago platform and join heart and hand with Douglas men and Bell men and Breckinridge men in one common Effort Quot to preserve protect and defend the Constitution of the United states and to this end Are you willing to cease to enquire in your appointments to pubic patronage whether Junen were for you or against you in your election but to ask Quot arc they honest Are they Are they Foitl Ifni to the Union the Constitution and the Laws ? followers of John c. Breckinridge Are you As you enter the ranks of the men of the Union ready to cease asserting your construction of the Law of the dred Scott decision and the discussion of the Righte of slave holders in the National territories until those territories Ara once More subject to the undisputed authority of the Federal government under the Constitution ? conservative remnant of the whig party who with John Bell and Edward Everett at Yoa Rhead bore the Banner of Quot the Union tha Constitution and the enforcement of the Laws Quot through the great conflict of 1860, do your hearts notwithstanding the defection of your chief still respond to the motto you bore in the Battle Field and Are Yox willing by that in and by that alone to conquer a peace for the Union ? democrate of the North whom the dauntless and lion hearted Douglass led through his last great but disastrous Campaign under the Banner of Quot popular sovereignty Quot Are you willing while your hearts yet bleed Over the defeat and death of your heroes and patriotic Leader to say As you Muster in Hui reds of thousands of Stalwart men in the army of the Union that Yon will Rise above party is he Rose above it and under the command of Abraham in Coin his Cabinet and his generals strike manful blow to Mainton the Rovere Tonty of the nation under the Federal Constitution until the dying injunction of i it Donglas shall be my iced and All the people of the u. S. Shall Lobey the Laws and support the Constitution of the u. A Quot finally be Loyal men enrolled for the unum Are Yon ready to cease to Criminate and a Criminate Are Yoo ready to Sease denouncing As patriots Loyal men who perchance do not go about the Streete breathing out threat rings and Slaughter will Yon frown upon and put Down by your Precept and example mobs and mob Law and mob leaders and Mountain the Firo Edom of Speet and the press �0 that every Man faithful to the government my by a Peati and write the truth As be in stands it Ara you ready to admit by so doing that our great strength As a government lies in keeping the Issue Between Freedom and despotism pure and simple and that peace and unanimity of sentiment brought about by by a despotism where these bulwarks of civil Liberty Are broken Are simply the quiet of death before corruption begins in work and Are you determined to carry on this War in the spirit of Justice humanity and mercy not As a War of sections nor a War to abolish slavery nor to blot out or subvert the sovereignty amp of states nor in the spirit of Conquest to to sol ugate their people but to compel them by the Stem Power they have rashly invoked to Lay Down the weapon of their rebellion and return to their allegiance and to the exorcise and i Joyent of Thor political rights and Powen a coequal states in the Federal Union Righte and Poleia under the Federido co Nettin Tion. Hence we were not a Little mortified that Gen. Fremont a tend have exceeded his authority under that act but Tan like Many of on Cotenie ovaries we were unwilling to object and thus create distrust in such a great emergency As existed in Missouri and now that it has become necessary in accordance with the Law and right for the president to cause a modification of Gen. Fremont s proclamation so that it will Quot conform Quot to not transcend the provisions of the act of Congress under which he acted we Are gratified to be Able to give our approbation of the president s course. Fur the better understanding of the Reader we present that part of the proclamation which was objectionable Viz All persons who shall be taken with arms in their hands within these lines shall be tried by court martial and if found guilty will be shot the property real and personal of All i masons in tote state of Missouri who Shtul take up arms Ngi inst tote uni Tell states Athl who shall be direct if Poven to stave taken Active part with their enemies in the Field is declared to be confiscated to the Piljic use and their slaves if any they have Are her a declared the 4th Section of the act of Congress refer de to and on which Gen. Fremont took his authority to make the proclamation reads thus Sec. 4. And he it further enacted. That whenever Heren Frei during tha present insurrection against the government of the United states any person claimed to be held to labor or Bertice wider the Laio of any state shall be required or permitted Btu the person to whom sch Nahor or service is Clit Ned to be due or by the lawful agent of such person to take up arms us inst the United states or shall be required or permitted by the person to whom such labor or service is claimed to be due or his lawful agent to to orc or to he employed in or Junn any foil Navy Yard Dick armory ship entry ment or any military or 7iav d service whatsoever against Tjie Yoke Norment or lawful authority of the unite a imitates then and in every such Case the person to whom such labor or service is claimed to be due shall forfeit his claim to such labor an Law of the state or of the United states to the contrary notwithstanding. And when Ever thereafter the person i singing such labor or service Sli Alf seek to enforce his claim it shall be a full and sufficient answer to such claim that the Pirson whose service or labor is claimed had been employed in hostile service against the government of the United states contrary to the provisions of this act. A close Reading of this Section will satisfy the a did and intelligent Reader that it was never intended by the act to make free and he acc turn Louse slaves subject to confiscation As is contemplated by Gen. Fremont s proclamation. Confiscation Means just what the act Boro fully states that Quot the person to wham such labor or Servi is claimed to he due shall forfeit his claim to such the forfeiture of an India Klubal s claim to the labor of his slave is not a manumission of the slave himself any Mon tits might afterwards with consent of the pm by the papers however that no a hatan tial regulation essential to a out rate of enlist ment had been disregarded. My of a Clurion then in Thia regard is that the part Eulara directed in the of the army for the enrolment and end stent of Caddie a into the service of the United states either As regular soldiers or volunteers Are not eat entail to the Validity of the contract of enlistment where there has been an actual mustering into the service of the United states and service rendered by the Soldier under it and that a contract made under such drum stances is binding upon the Soldier and the government notwithstanding the omission by tie mustering officer of any formality prescribed for the enlistment of a recruit. That a person who has of Era a himself As a Volunteer into the service of the United states who has been received and aced As such and who has been armed subsisted and paid by the United states As a Volunteer and who Lias rendered service As such cannot deny the Validity of his enlistment or contract of his engagement for the number of Yean specified in the Muster Roll upon any ground of informality of proceeding in the enlistment that the Muster Rolls filed in the War department and certified to by an officer authorized to Muster any Volunteer regiment or body of men into the service of the United slates Are official records and afford conclusive proof As Between Iho sul Derst and the government upon a question of a continuance of scr vice or any claim the Soldier May make for % discharge from the service that lid Soldier was received and mustered into the service of the United states As a Volunteer Soldier at the time and place and for the period set Forth in the Muster Roll and certified Uthe mustering offic a. It is my opinion that Congress has constitutional Power to legalize and Conlinn Krecu Tive acts proclamations and orders done Fiir the Public Good although they were not when done authorized by any existing Laws Liat such legislation by Congre May the made to operate retroactively 10 confirm what May have been done under such proclamation and orders so As to be binding upon the govern ment in regard to contracts made and Tho person with whom they were made. And that the third Section of an act of Congress of the 6ih Day of August 1861, legalizing the acts proclamations and orders of the president after the 4th of Larch 1861, respecting the army and Navy and calling out and relating to the militia and volunteers of the states in constitutional and valid As if they had been and done under the previous authority and direction of Congress. That the soldiers who volunteered under either the fir amp to or second Call of the president of the United states and who were accepted into service entered into a contract by which they were to to armed equipped and subsisted and paid Ascot Duic to Law and Are entitled to the pensions and Bounty bestowed Niwen them and to Weir wives and children by Congress and for this consideration they Are bound to serve faithfully for the term for which they were mustered into service unless sooner i i charged the failure of the mustering null cer to administer Tho oath to them prescribed by the tenth article of the articles of War. That soldiers who volunteered under the first proclamation of the president for three vent Quot and i am ready to make a like sacrifice now to Rapel that which i then might to Avert. I need to thank you and Othera of my Frienda far Thia among Ninny other Kinda area yom Bava shown be. Very truly Youra. Benj. F. Butler. F. A. H11.imstii, Esq. 2b he editor of the in Wayne James Sia not having seen Many Communia Tiona from Camp alien in to Dally papers and As Many of your Reader live in the country it occurred to me news from the Camp might More than the forfeiture of individual title in any particular property annihilates All the condition or a to in of the slave remains unaffected but the title of his master to his labor is Stis Pended and May be lost again the a t of Congress designates ast subject of forfeit la a the aim of the master to the service of such slaves As shall be Quot required or permitted Quot by such master kc., to take up arms against the , or be used in any Navy Yard Dock amp. Against the v. S. Hence it is Clear that the oct of the owner being found i Aranie Delict does not subject him to have the claim to the service of his slaves confiscated to the pubic use As Gen. Fremont unclaimed. But the slaves Man themselves be ii Grante Delict by the Reni rement or permission of the master or owner of their service before the Utie of such master or owner to their labor can be affected by forfeiture under the act of Congress. For to say that a master who took up arms amp a while his Shives were at Home it at work for Bim on his or another s private account and not employed i inst the United states &c., should forfeit his claim to the labor of such slaves is what Tho Law docs not authorize. And herein Gen. Fremont transcended the authority of the act of Congress to which he is required by the president to make Bis Procai Union conform. From these statements it will to seen that the question what will the United states do Wilt slaves conf ice to under the act of Congress f will be for solicit on at another time but that they will not be set free by the act of forfeiture is certain by the terms of executive instruction As constructive of the Law. It is Safe therefore to infer that encouragement will be held out to All to Lay Down their arms and receiving Pat Don fur the Post take Back us h of their slaves As shall have been taken in when All the people Liall have examined violation of Law by which their masters for themselves and be prepared rightfully to answer these troth seeking questions then indeed will there be Union Between Union men and a moral Power infused into the government and All Ite material armament against which it will be hopeless for treason to make a stand. But if Union organic awns Are to to formed and news pliers published Only As instr Mente or coven to Foster old partizan dogmas and create in Public mind the unanimity of despotism and violence resulting in the dior Gani Zatko of society and to place and main ten political demagogues and self seekers in a political Power then have we Little to Hope of the a Success in the Effort to conquer a permanent peace and replace the broken Union on the basis of Compromise and Pease Laid for it by the Wisdom and patriotism of the fathers. There is a great work yet to be done in the heart and minds of the american people As Well As by their Strong hands before they who truly love and Are hopeful of our democratic institutions can a fid entry say Quot the Experiment a fully tested we fear nothing Quot to that great work i have devoted and i am ready with the co operation of All patriotic men to devote myself and the columns of this pier and in sign of the Foith and Hope that Are in me i to Day hang non the outer Walls the Banner of Quot tue times and John w. Dawson. Fort Wayne sept. 16th 01. Quot Congress shall make no Law resp iting an Fei cd claim to their service. The effect of this modification will to found to be Good and should be respected by every Patriot in closing this article we take great pleasure in commending to the most serious and candid consideration of All intelligent gentlemen the Wisdom amp the policy of the step taken by president Lincoln Ani his Resolution in thus giving a new evidence of his loyalty to the Constitution which he on the 4th of March last took an oath to the Best of Bis ability to preserve protect and important decision. Or. Justice Wayne of the supreme court of the United states has lately made an import ant decision in a Case of Hareas Corpus and Subjict Wendum which scotus certain questions in reference to the militia. Edward a. Stevens under the proclamation of the president of 13th april last repaired to fort Snelling and their tendered his services for three months and was accepted by the staff authority. The president afterwards called for 42,034 men to serve for three years unless sooner discharged a this act the president reported to co egress at the next session for confirmation. When the second Call was made tie f Petitioner was at fort Snelling and he with of Era tendered their services for three years or during the War the time counted from the Date of their first engagement for establishment of religion or prohibiting the Throe Mont Lis. They were actually mustered f. Be exec in i hew or abridging the Freedom a a to the United states service. The Petitioner of up Secli or of the press or the right of the l a.1 a u. A r a ,. Meolse peaceably to assemble and i tuition the re a a contracts for service for both government for redress of a three months and three year had ctn 1st of the Anien Omenta to the con made pursuant to the regulations of the Anne bit Tiou of the United states. I i a 1____ a. L in either Case Bence was entitled to his Dis Gen. Fremont to . Quot and he Imp a he8 the genuineness of the original papera furnished by the adjutant general and also declares that upon their face they do not show a Campli Anco with those army regulations declaring How recruits either As Volunteer a or regular soldiers were to by re a Civet a or enlisted into the military service of the United slates lie complains that the nature of the sit Vicc the length of the term the May Cluth Init ratios and other allowances of which a solder is entitled by Law b fore he government Volunteer and tender their service for a longer time pin a Call of the president of the United states and that upon having done so and being accepted and mustered into serv be they Are Brund to serve As soldiers until the expiration of their second engagement. It is my judicial opinion upon this Case that it appears that the first Minnesota regiment were duly mustered into Tho service of the United at fort Snelling on the 27th of May for the period of three Yeara or during the War and that Edward a Stevens n Salt to in remanded notwithstanding his petition into military custody and i therefore make the following order on Lerell that the writ of Hareas Corpus and self i Ciechan awarded by me on prior Day to writ the loth instant upon the application of Edward a Stevens the Petitioner aforesaid be and the same is hereby discharged and Luil aforesaid Edward a. Stevens be and he is hereby remitted to his military duty in the first Minnesota regiment and commanded by col. Willis a. Gorman and that until then he re main in the custody of Tho United states marshal for this District. Better fron Gen. Butler. This proc mation of Gen. Fremont has been the subject of much Contro Veny among our cd temporaries some with blindness giving its entirety an unconditional imprimatur others giving extreme censure while others regarded it As transcending Tho Clear limit of the act of Congress approved aug. 6lh, 1861, and though Well intended As productive of evil effect on the Lowell advertiser publishes the following letter from Gen. Butler Ping his views of the position of National a lairs and declining to become a candidate for governor of Massachusetts at the ensuing election u. S. Steam Fri Oak miss Sota of Cape a Latheras aug 27, 1861. Dear Fri kid �?1 have received your note As Well As those of Many others of my trite friends in Massai Susetts asking my opinion about political questions and some kindly suggesting my Niue As a candidate for governor at the ensuing election. I reply to you As representing them All. Because our intimacy will permit More frankness Ihan would seem meet towards those loss closely connected. As i have stated to you and As 1 have publicly repeated we Chi i left Home i left All politics in a party sense of the term behind me Anirl now know no politics in any sense save As represented by the questions How Best to preserve the Union and restore the country in its integrity. Pc acc is desirable to All and to none More so than the Soldier who has left his friends and his Home to do his duty to his country. But however desirable it is not to be purchased upon any terms save the recognition of the authority of the Federal government Over every Inch of territory which Ever belong to it upon no condition whatever other than this would i consent to peace. A place involving Tho disintegration of the Union or until the supremacy of the government is forever established would be simply a declaration of perpetual War of sections. Were the Southern to nfede4acy to Day acknowledged in Tho fullness of Good Girth two months would not elapse Belo causes of War would arise sufi scent not Only to justify but to demand a renewal of the conflict no two months have passed in the last ten years at least in which i outrages have not in committed upon Northern men in the South which had they been perpetrated by a foreign Natii it a would have demanded a redress of grievances under pain of suspension of Diplomat relation. But we have borne these outrages because there was no tribunal to the arbitrage it of which we could submit them and it was against the Genius of our people to Appeal to therefore i see with pain upon the part of those with whom i have a Ted in political organizations a disposition to advocate peaceful settlements wherein there can be no therefore this War Mist go on not for the per pose subjugation but if those who have commenced it bring upon themselves that condition As an it will Only be another illustration of the fruit of sowing the wind. Besides these there Are no Osiier politics. On the matter of the nomination i cannot consent that my name shall be need by any party. While on some things As you Are aware i do not agree with the principles upon which both the state and the National administrations were inaugurated yet we Are a Long Way past that the Republican party having won a political Victory both in the state and the nation is entitled to the patriotic Endeavor of every Man to give it a for trial in the administration of the government and in that it should As it does take the Lead in of Kial positions. And now there is Rothii for is to contend against save any corruption Ines ency or Improgo piety of administration. Which i doubt not would at once be rebuked As Well by by publicans As by democrats. But As for As regards to personnel of administration in the state i believe that governor Andrew has endeavoured faithfully zealously and efficiently to put our Commonwealth on the Side of the nation and to sustain the Union. Prove interesting to them. We have now about nine Hundred and fifty men in Camp most of them healthy robust athletic looking Fellows Many of whom live Sac Rifkind personal Comfort pecuniary interest and every other selfish motive non the altar of their country. Amongst such a Large collection of men there Are necessarily various and i verified characters and of the schools. The Camp is the Best for a High toned Man to study human nature there May be a difference of opinion upon Many subject a but upon Tho War question there is perfect in enmity of sentiment when the True Patriot and Soldier thinks of the ominous lowering Clouds which now darkens his pathway and for a season hides the Sun of Prosperity which for so Many years has shone with such resplendent Beauty upon his country and fatherland. When memory reverts to the Happy Days and years he has basked under her i Adient beams. But now beholds to c hazy portentous looking Clouds rising thie tingly upon the once Bright horizon How his bosom swells with conflicting emotions ,.-- Globe that mex Cut end Tarn to for prom support and the one from which no a Hohnl Reo Aive thaae As . The Moent Graor som prof Aat Gitlit Evento the a Ericon opt Lent Tho am no Thalf a Milkon or Mora of Puoplo. Hitherto Only acquainted with the arte of pea Veoan butt result in Stopen Doos changes of which i Ilia useless for us to predict no ire than the critical to Sitka of Mexico. Her internal Bonila Havo made her a bankrupt from which position Aba cannot Hope to escape by Hersel whilst in her natural Elemente for making a great Rich and powerful nation no Coa Ncry ii her equal and whilst laying he Forte which we have Here eol isted together before our readers in England and other countries we would a Thea and time Vigo patriotic mexicans to View it Pas Sion Bitely their own position and prepare to make profit out of the american atom that must soon make itself Felt Here. Rosecr Tuiai vibe ii report. Washington sept 12.�?the Folk Wing is Gen. I Rosencran s of Kial report Camp Scott sept. 11th. P. M. To col. K. D Townsenn we yesterday marched Loki Miles and reached the enemy s entrenched position in front of co fix ferry iriving his advanced out posts and Pickett be fore us. We found him of Caiping a strongly entre died position covered by a Forest too dense to admit its being seen at a distance of 30�1 Yards. His Force was five regiments besides the one driven in. At 3 o clock we began a Strong recon Nois act which proceeded to such length that we were about to assault the position at the flank and front when night coniing on our troi>p8 anxious Hope bitter of a car angelic love anode i completely exhausted i Drew them out maniacal hatred alternately say the sceptre in that Man s heart and the Tongue articulates the pregnant won my country a my torn and bleeding country. Civil War is devastating a portion of thy once fair and Fertile lands. Fiends in human shape moulded after the Pat Tern of the infinite himself urged on by mad ambition and Insatiate avarice have dared to draw the Swool of treason Ani lift the to doors hand against their country and he govern ment their Fathera contended so heroically for. We All limit that civil War is an Eril upon which the eloquence of Tho orator the Lyre of the poet to e deep and overwrought touching of the Pencil and pen have dwelt almost in vain. In a description of Ite horrors the wealth of language is turned into penury the language of holy writ the burning words of David and Solomon Are utterly i puissant in a delineation of its sufferings. In this As in every other Avil War the evils attendant will inevitably accrue to those who first inaugurated it tie troops Are generally healthy there have been a few cases of diarrhoea and intermittent fever owing undoubtedly to the Shange of diet Aad water. The ladies of fort Wayne have responded with their characteristic liberality to the wants of those who were sick and needy and again in the names of our bretheren in arms and ourselves do we return those benevolent ladies our grateful kindness for their disinterested kindness. Many Little luxuries and necessaries have found their Way into Camp through their kind console ration which we should not otherwise so readily have obtained and when in Distant states we roam the remembrance of the Presente and their fir do Nora will serve in a great measure to shield our men irom Vic Roua and contaminating influences and enable them to stand Forth pure and Noble patriots. Yours very respectfully Robt. D. Callcott. Captain Dodge company. Rom tha Maxita est Ordiway Obj to a �3lli. Mexico a coming Fate and inevitable end a who will unto nerf the complicated affairs of Kentucky Anda signs the enlistment were not exited to therefore source whence the might the officer Fez a i derive a a tent Ruments to justify their War , i of thetis ii against the government of the United states. Tide of the regulations for conducting the recruiting service that he had not Lieen sworn As a recruit or Volunteer Soldier As is re it Muired to be by the thirteen Hundred and sixth Arti among the latter class is the Louisville Jour my whole patriotism no Man can doubt and whose Wisdom in that respect time has proved. I i undred and Sih Arti a. Fix. In -.t. To it a a and by the tenth article As for ourself with president Lincoln the of War. Other objections of the same kind Illus Triou Crittenden and Many Othra of both 1 were made in argument in behalf of the Peti houses Ocon arcs we even regarded the policy i Quot of Quot a Quot a of the passage of the 4th Section of the act of i considered the hearing of Hie Congress referred to aside from other consider \ Quot Quot a a no a exp on with the Regula actions As extremely questionable because Quot Quot Quot a a judge Wayne held As Fol its apprehended deleterious effect on the Union sentiment in those states whose people it is expected will ultimately return to their allegiance and to Che cd Crisc of their political Liat there was no such disregard of them filers. I do not say that i would vote for Vemon Andrew but were 1 at Home i would not vote against him. Let it be understood that without distinction of party and without raising party issues All men who love Tho Union Are to stand by it and the country until this rebellion shall be quelled and then we May Hito Afker Divide As we please upon the minor differences of administration of government. To you. My dear Friend. 1 need urge no justification for i Iii course. Yuu will appreciate it. For you Are aware of the sacrifice both of feeling and position i made a year ago. In the by the officer in string them into service Larnest Endeavor to save la j Cowry fro ii he though some of lieu Akpinar to have Bocci omit Lamity which 1 then partly foresaw and act we have had in the last three years a most striking illustration of the profligacy of the administrators of Tho revenues and the properties of this nation in the manner in which the vast Trews red riches of the it mexican Church have been scattered to the winds. This colossal wealth estimated at from $169,373, a it to four times thit amount that was confiscated but two Yeara ago. May be said to be already gone and no one in the present can As no one in the future will be Able to say where. The pillage has been so rapid and Complete that even the Best advised in the government cannot say How much the nation has b in de spoiled of we know it has nearly All gone and the government left a in to its own resources is so poor in expedients and feeble in Streng in that it is forced to adopt that most primitive Mode of collecting Revenue a by wresting resources from the wealthy who live within its immediate reach. The government furthermore has recently been compelled to suspend any mints to All clauses of credit uni in order to devote its entire resources and energies to smothering a fraction of the disorders of the country and should Ita most ambitious Aims be attained the prospects of the nation must still remain to a great degree blighted by the elements of self destruction which Are contained in the government itself. Ive too old gladly cling to a single Ray Hope if we could see it for the future of this country we the lesson of the past is Loo ins Laclive Max Ico to much longer survive Independent by herself is demonstrated As Clear As any problem Ever has been. A country that has been so Mun Wicent in Days of Ash Uench that hits contributed so much to the support of other countries now comparatively Rich that at one time was the greatest object of Trio commercial adventure and privateers of England which has scattered through the world upwards of three thousand millions of hard dollars and is still possessed of untold Mineral and agricultural wealth cannot be allowed forever to Pur be a course to anarchy and ruin. That it has reached the Point it has unquestionably has been attrib Taue to tote reluctance of european Powers to risk a collision Wuh the colossus of the North on the question of the Mitroe doctrine. The recent change in the position of the Northem colossus at regards other portions of America will no Dot give new Lee to Long slumbering desires. Spain has already taken advantage of the american troubles to seize one of her lost colonies and if we reflect upon the manner in which i Minics has been restored and consider the number of spaniards in the clergy service in mex a the rec Tran Given to Miramon although a branded Felon by the emperor Napoleon through i the management of general Almonte it it not di0kvjt to tee thai the game of Dominica May he very anon re enacted in Mexico i Viere be not great vigilance. The land Richer than any other in Mineral wealth situated in the very Center of the com Marrce of the world and forming the natural Highway for the greater portion of the Trafla Between the East and West Quot can rat remain Long an inviting prey. Spain no to doubt has her eyes upon this her once richest Colony. In times past France made the attempt to get a Perma nent foothold Here and was Only prevented by the timely interference of England and it can scarcely be questioned but she might now be easily induced to secure the Power extent in of Trade and the commanding position that Mexico would give her. Were it not that England has Alre Aily More colonies than she wants we might Capet that country would seize upon Mexico by right on account of Tho vast claims her subject have upon it and in of the Many outrages her Subj Ltd to resident in the country Havo suffered. No country has suffered More at the hands of Mexico than England and this Suttle Rance really has amounted to neglect and injustice to her subjects. While France for the informal execution of two of her Subj Sta taken with arms in tii Cir lands and for the recovery of some five Hundred thousand dollars due by Mexico to frenchmen seized san Juan de Ulloa England with a list of diplomatic demands for redress from Mexico for the murder of Twenty three peace aug and industrious i Lis Limen and pecuniary demands ascending to upwards of eighty millions of dollars has never so much As struck a single blow at the Pride of this country. In her reluctance to Humble Mexico she has submitted to abuses Baten Sony cases have worked wrongs even to mexi co Herschl but these Havo then insignificant when 3.impar-.-d to the injustice to her own of the Woods and posted them in order of Battle behind ridges and immediately in front of the enemy s position where they rested on their arms till morning. Shortly afterwards a runaway Quot contraband Quot came in and reported that the enemy had crossed Gauley during the night by Means of Tho ferry and abridge which they had completed. Col. Ewing was ordered to take Pusan Salon of the amp which he did about 7 o clock capturing a few stand of colors a confide table Quantity Ola my supplies with Quarte Raster s stores Messing and Camp equipage. The conomy have do Troy de the Bridge across the Gauley which hero meshes through a deep Gorge and Ooi troops being still much fatigued and having no material for immediately replacing the bridged it was thought prudent to encamp the troops and oct ii the ferry and capture the Camp sending a few rifled Cannon shots after Tho enemy to produce a moral effect. 0�ir loss will probably amount to 20 killed and Leo oui used. The enemy s loss has not no been ascertained but from reports it must have Lieen considerable. S Ned w. Amp Ros Bynoum. Decisive Battles of the of world. Kow took. Flt i. Litho Trihas it far two the going for wed to ready to of Anil within n emf he snoot Tholund Cwa Wib no Rel to my him not am. Boer Mitku atom Wiiri la a Gen. Shannan who a now in Ommani tto a important comp it by Apman it l. L we Lieve that Tho Man Hor of Faaofo of All employed in Tim two will to a oat tsp loom with a naval Tewo of Quot at Gen. Mog Ian a haad Maarten to. De motown my. Sopt lamp Thio p. X. M half Thiol o clock about 460 Rah Ala attacked the extrom Rit of my Pitalo i 3 Milea above Thia i Milt. Thana Irwan afire loom Boora. Tho Eno aay won driven in House and Are artwork they Puco Plit a a old of them Aro said Tohe Kinod and too Agni Mimi cd. On Koa waa one a Llod. Oar Imohl a was Complete. The troops Baba Vod Teini a our Cannon were i Maimi Good service in the action signed j. W. Jbf to a. Cults pub for Munroa a it. 15.�?fonrtaen bands escaped last night Fern near Point and Enao Owr to the Fortne in they represent Kiwi Lions nov Kochoo it Primo Ann co. There area Omo 600 Reba a Wall s Point. Tho Brae time a changing. Thev Aaela Prev tto to the Hattam expedite a Ani re timing to old Point. The St. Lawrence has Hera off but Bringa no Newa. We learn from a Frenchman who it from the Yorktown that Aho to ii protect her sides Aad upper Oil the derisive Battles of the world those of which to me Lia Llam s word a a contrary result worm have essentially varied the Dnita of the world in is subsequent Arena Are numbered As if Cen by prof Crew May. Who Filu the chair of ancient and Modem history in the University of London. They Are the grand Kuljeet of two volumes by him lately from Bently s Orcas and Are 1. The Battle of Marathon fought 490 b. A in which the greeks under Thenya Oclos Io-fe4ted the persians under Darius then turning Back theokle of Asiatic inv Aaion which else would ha7e swept Over Europe. 2. The Battle of Syracuse 41� b. Cd m which the Athra Ian Pawer was broken Aad the rest of Krone saved from greek Dannion. 3. The haute of Arbela 331 Alexan Jer by a defeat of Darius Selah listed his Power in Asia and by the Intro nation of european civilization produced an Fleet Wahidi Mav yet b traced there. 4. The Battle Bli Tanaw Foust 206 ii. A. The romans under the Consul defeating the carthaginians under Lla Admal and by which the supremacy of the great a Poblic was 5. The Victory of arroemu3 a. D. 8, Over the roman Leader Yerus which secured Gaul from a our an Dominion. The Battle of Chalons. A. D. 461, in who actins Defeated Attila the Hun the self Sty led Quot Quot and saved Europe from in Tiro devastation. 7. The Battle of Tours a. D. 735, in whih Charles m Artel by the tie feat of the strap new averted the Mohai Modan Yoke from i Inq. 8. The Battle of Hastings. A. D. 10g6, m which William of wornian it by waa Victoriosa Over tie Anglo Sixon Harold and tie be ult of which was the formation of the an he Norman nation which is now do Zimmt in the world. U. The Battle of or cans a. I. 14- 9, in which the English a re Defeated and the Independent existence of France Aee Uroil. 10. The d feat of the Spanish Annada a. I. 158i>, which crushed the Hopes of papacy in England. A 1. The Battle of Blenheim. A. I it. 1704, in which Marlborough by the defeat of Tallard broke the Power and crushed the ambition of a Chiem s of Louis Xiv. 12. Tho defeat of Charies Oil by Peter the great at Pul Towa a. D. 17u9. Whih secured the stability of the amp muscovite Empire. 13. Tim Battle of Saratoga a. D. 1777, in which Gen. Gates Defeated Surgoine and whip decided the contest in favor of the american revolutionists by making France their ally and other european Power Friendly to them. 14. The Battha of Valmy a. D. 1792, in which the Continental allies under the Duke of Brunswick were Defeated by the Fren under Dumourriez with int which the French revolution would have been sta3ed. 15. The Battle of Waterloo 1815, in which the Duke of Wellington hopelessly Defeated Poleon and saved Europe from his grasping ambition. Or As Othen sey put Back euro Napoleon and saved Europe a put Back Europe half a Century in its Progress towards civil lib erty and distinctive nationality which Only recovered by the Battle of Solferino. Waa Early rising its comports Alf Dis Cox forts. Or. Hall had said some things against Early rising which have comforted Lowers of late morning naps. But he has not bin so eloquent in Bis description of the and discomforts of Earl Momir Boon ast Quot county Parson Quot m his Quot be creations Quot it is most Derc mining and miserable work getting up at candlelight. It is impossible to shave comfortably in is Impo Waible to find any thing you want. Sleep says Sancho Panama covers a Man All Over like a Mantlo of Comfort but rising before Daylight envelope the entire being in perfect misery. An indescribable vacuity makes itself Felt in the Spiga Atric regional and a Leaden heaviness Wagha upon Hearte and spirits. It must be a cons mrable item in Tho hard lot of doa Elatic Aen Ranta to have to get up through All the Winter months in Tho a dark House let us be thankful to them through whose Humble Labora and self denial we Tad the cheerful fire blazing in the tidy break foam parlor when we find our War Down that same apartment hiked Cherie a enough when the housemaid entered two Houra it is sad when you Are lying in bed Ofa Mon ing Lasly conscious of that circling Ampliado of Comfort to hear tie Chilly cry of the poor sweep outside or the tread of the factory Handa shivering by in their thin garment toward the great Cotton Mill glaring spectral out of Ita Many windows but at least with a cosy suggestion of warmth and Light. Quot think of the Baker too who Rose in Tho dark of Midnight that Tho a hot Nils might appear on your breakfast table and of the Printer intelligent Active accurate to a degree that you careless folks who put no Pointa to Ron letters have Little idea of Whoso Labora Nave Given you that Damp Sheet which in a utile while will feel to Crisp and firm after it he been duly dried and which will Tell Yoa All that is going on Over All the world Down to the opera whih closed at twelve and the Ivy Lia montary debate which was not Over tilt half past four. It is Good occasion of by to Rita at five on a december morning that Yoa Amy feel How much you Are indebted to Yoaw who do so for your Sake All Winter throw i to doubt they get accustomed to it hut so Yoa May by doing it always. A great Nanny to Pic living of amp by lives have no idea of the did Cou forts of rising by candlelight. Probably Bev hardly Ever did in when they did it they Boston 8ept 16 a Tho Hork Lilia a Boston waa at Vera Cras Oatha �,1 mail charging Ber cargo. Sho Wao Tosyali it Itlan on Tho eth. A better Taoa ofic. Jey Tatco that a Schooner thaa a Ratt i the Bloe Kado at Goitom had Mol Agun with a cargo of oof Tou to oof uis of. The Schooner reported Tow Grea Taatu mailing tron ghost Tossa. a of Miami Cuba Privateer Amantino Foa Ralz at that Pori the diva ii to we aha i Ltd in of ing 3 six Ponn Deta Iirma . Hl�?netwiuwtp4nbhl�o explanation made Hytha Al Paa Iafa Siafa Mam or. Soward. Of staid no it Alioa of thou hot Goa. Of Guk Veneto partying tha Rebai Tentio Nof Tho Stalo 9 j i i a 3 �1& Boston. Sept. A Aratea that Iho Thore a of. Is Deoti Tato Feml Aad that Capi. Flubs or m on Tho Torii Aal Aoi to Wii . 14.�?Tim fitted a letter to sea. Of Simial m i Iii int m the Oal of Kosman i Laa Atio. To a Ayo a Kaaa Amothai la is Oashi Betterini a Oft it on ibid a Lizio few in a ii Tion than i eau aft this i Ataa Boa Ned your of Tho of a a. I pm Oei Ved to gear Ray of a Eiroa la to Lar Otje Dion being a Tho Cly a a Hlis Luilie confiscate pm of property had of stoves for Ite a the aet of a of Reaa Woad Tho my orig at wrote Yoa expel aging a Wiah Thomaa thaae id mild he of edified. Your Naswor of Yoni a pref Reaco that i about i Omke a Opal my pm for this Modi Flection my a a i Efana Athy Douai is therefore ordered that Saki Cla Asaho Ifield. Hekl and Eon troed to sea fora wylfa Aai not to transcend the provisions ant ahead Kaaa it of Congress entitled a a lotto Calmia property oaf that said act be published it Lens tit Wilfa he order. Signed new York sept. 14.�?mr. Eric std two Orfiel Taoan at a Point 80 aim. Down the pot one. The skirmish of pid Teto a Haifa tank pm yesterday near Alpo Gross of Froik a. Vim Ahl waa not a a Viola Asur. Tha pfc have been greatly a magi a Tod. Tho Sakti a of Tho Dii fiet of Wilim ii ii preparing for Octilo Oer Viea. A my it now org Ashad and Wib Aoa Bowmam Ink Tho Bahi Awro Sodalh Banhidi Nal whose editor wan Arra Olai stopped Panui Eglina. Tha Day Tia too the leading Woi Arien paper violent than Ever this Ammian. Ita editor waa Abo arrested. Of Baltimore who a a aah a Thiol that the efforts of Tho Aroot we to of i tary. Tho a elea Ioa fewer a a Wylard is Fiody to hoc Aahad of it Mary pro Jedi in i a Tooa whisk ten of Iii ment Felt Ooala plod to a Lopiz Washington sell isun a Anua sane to Daj Showa that Tho Hof of i which advanced hot not hns ulna Mia Hind Monroi a us and the Tim Wiam if the rebel army has Ulea Hod Toa Xii Mic and is now encamped there there Are various Aai Miwata a Tat Faler Jioia Menta Bat the general Beliar Dolhai to tend giving Battle Ooala wharf a car within 48 Hoara. Cana Doce Farlor in a a a Daty a the Miami i rite Tribune s a tha flotilla Lepert a Aow Haltar a a a ask Agiaia Yaek Al a a aaa air of Mathias Fiat u u Ataik Ite Vevera it sea. Modes a Aad Hadaa Qatar Ria a a a Baa. It foot it fax a a Tifai to a. Mega a Wonia i at Bailey a Otoe the Lama inti Oak need a xxx Zooi Lar. Lassa no Tho 8p�aiih Mumm in Ottoa Iamaio Tho Flati Atoy of report from Pfaar Teotora thai tha Uepi. Of Cuba had a Arad a emd Waasie Ted in the enrolment it Ai. A a a a 7 i it i i i a Oisiu win Inai m Ner present Nour of Trouc act tally cling a the natus a urge it Itu m me Coroi Ircul us the . It aus m the Best lib Jet i had endeavoured to i in and at fiction she i the Opl country us the a they have nut for Ery a Tho rebel Flag to Atiao. Tho Focia a thai Valadi Rebak Onri i Iaal aloof Nin Waily a Dari Tod mtg it oat Oliea of Jasi a a emf Kao Baba admitted a All Olhorn port i Elk obtained Popae Paioa of Tho of Thora is no Reeseg Pittea of tin a Ponish or any Othar Porta. Washington 8apl la Tia general Haa Dii Selod a of Odds lion to Tho Poisal Lavo aaa the of the a to a cd East Hoo we a Improto Antof Tho a in than my tip my Nofo. Co Ahot he he machinery Aad i not Theoa Foi Umi by Iho Iai Aimuel

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