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Wednmdfty Morning My 8,
In,- I'rrnlftUon tidMrslInu; O '' U
In utMi'iino i I in loin ni t 'tif in it (
' tn I" ') the 1 1 lo t'T lli' he c,
li not nullv i' tul icll i s In- I ilU Huntier n"
prem ie. I bi lln W it.liii'i't.ni t'uhli 'f
t'n phiee on lal W r l in i I ii iiflct noon ,
in Ir nt ol llin armor) . i
Ihe Ci'lrnl'ini"' in 10 opened with "
appropriate- prayer ly Nov. Mr. 4t1lo ny.
fter which, mi eloquent ami pah ii ie
n,l 1rim t in ili'lii erod lv Hon. (1. II. Par-
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'roll -(of which o faded l' obtain a
Till! WAll NEWS I
IM S I s I'lii it I, M A I liS
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Tin: nun kadi:.
Oivin; aid to tlo Enemy.
Thot'TM.J of l his place, in its ld.it issue,
furnished id reader with the following
Pintmi rno kk at rue ! stow.
It ii rrfiorU'J, tlmt itc number iit'trnnt; ry
tininiierii I i tlio Poiiliorn traitors uri ami
I V Ttlli flllMI'IM ol tin. mud MTM
A I Kori.AM TliiN.
Wli.'i.'ii". The rxUiinp exigencies do
iimtol immediate and i.ii'.ii.ii. nieimnei
for I ho protection of the Nut ionnl 'on-ti-tutinn
mi. I the preserve ion ol' tlx N
n:.. u. ....:,. r..r nn.l tlmn mm nrcscnt- lioind t'ninn. bv the iiit,ie.u!iin ol' the
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ed '.lie Flig '-'"I'1- l'"'1"'. accompany
ing it willi tlio following boaulilul Jul
dres-.dolivc-'ed in a most creditable style
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1,11 llo In III.' I lil'nli rim til of ilm ' tf no
law 1 1 llo I ii"l in i " i.'it.' ll i Hi"
In l ilnU ol llo Iviiinii.il iinl.ii ilr In
CIllV lilt' 'IO('M ' ol lltl'll'l'liy lll 'l lll't'1'0
llio lit . mi I IVm.M h nni i, iili ii ii'iii. il
pi' 'I'lr, Hill )-'ii llii in nn li'MH'vl, Cii'lilul
iitnl nriivn ii'ioii. I ln 1 1'" I.-inriiii t.i
iin'M-ivo llio Inloiiiy of tin.' imlionil I'n
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i ".iil-t -i.in.'i'ly Iiuvp li"..n iiiiii.ipiilo.l p ,, ii ,,r il
In Irlmll'ol' llio luJiosorCloaiTiclil.liolu
imirrioil and sjiij;'.' " nmde my July lo
,M'.'i.t'iit 10) cm tliis Klsi.lln'if j.aliiotic gilt.
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WUr UllUTI. III I. UU nv, iiivj ..w ...
ko thry e.iireii tlinir o'litiiiK'ntK. or lio pnrr- tnoic coiiiit!lcnt and l.lo uatl'ls ; 1UI in
i to Uik,u thotr nHndtf with llii'ir frii'inln, Hi ilt'OI) ICUiiril, Hlwl burning lovo, for tlio
.Sun una .Su'H'' ol tny country, 1
yioM to none. Vo! it is lair and unspot
ted! Mnji'Ktio, louutiful emlili'iii of tl'ti
Slates still united. All its giru-t l.( lon
ba Pennnylvmiift l.vf;i.ilfiture ut ita lift KVKiun
faMod su nc; di'liuiuj; troHOin in lliin Hliilo.
Is not this ! art of trraton ? Writom up
on Fublic law ngii'tf, '.ve think, in Miyin
thut any information by citizen of a na
tion to a foreign otuiy 'a an not of trea
son. Tberotore, if tho above paragraph
contain tho truth, and ly any clinr.ee the
information thus given, should reach the
authorities or people now arrayed Bjjainst
the authorities of tho United .Staten, is
not the editor thus " turniuuing informa
tion " " giving aid and coaifo.-t," lo the
Wo Eubmit tlie question to tho&d bet
ter versed in law than wo profess to bu
assuring our neighbor that if this ill-na
tured and bad tempered article shall lead
him into trouble, and ho nil all be arrested
under thfl Act of Assembly to which he
refers, or under any other act, wo will
Toluntecr as witnesses in his defence, and
nweur point blank that his assertion is not
true, and that there is, therefore no cause
If we have " traitor'1 in our mids', and
the editor knows it, it is his iluty to make
information iu due form against thorn.
Lome lor tn, then, .bauimy, ana trivo us
their names. If you fail to do this', you
tnuHt ei t hoi' ho an iccotnplice., or else
tand before your ful low citizetib a self
convicted falsifier and slanderer.
But the purpose of thiii publication is
too obvious to be misunderstood. It is
solely lor the purjiofo of tirifying all
thoso who are disposed to question iu the
lighted degree, the propriety or poliey
of any of the measures of our public Bor
rants, either Slate or National, or to make
any allusions, whatever, to the causes that
Iiave led our country into its present de
plorable condition. For instance, in his
address in Curwensvillo the other night,
urging the enrollment of volunteers, Mr.
6woopc commenced by saying that ha ex
pected, or feared this result, iu case of
the election of Lincoln, aud that he hail
therefore sought his defeat. We do not
pretend to give his words only tho sub
stance, This gave serious offence, as we
tons: its thame to the liuse ainl lallen.
To you, wo entrust this precious llanner
to guard and defend, t oiitniout ol your
courage and devotion in tno field, we
cheerfully commit it to your hands. Uul,
I hoar that vou may not t iko this 11 a ,'
will, vou. but uiiiv march to tho battle
ground under a liuttalion Hag. Ho it to
il will bo a twin Hag, nml whichever you
wave, either this one or another like il
in the actual conflict and tho ensanguined
iield, ii ls stars should be pierced, and it?
proud I'oMs le ro.jt, clutch it, een in tat
t. rs, and heir still aloft its mutilated re
mains! bear it, and grasp it, until hoi rt
and sinew aliko yield iu death! Had I
the power 1 would make this a memorial
Hag, and havo it share all your perils and
all your triumphs, (in, then, bravo sol
diers ! and carry with you our united,
heart-felt wishes, our devout hopes foi
your success in tho field, ami for your
With tins llunuur Uko our willies
Succeed to llic bruvv ;
il.iy vou triumph in bottli),
Bi'iieutli its pruuj wuvs :
May llieso iitiin'ii, in their bisut-,
AnJ thoee pt'ina of th blut,
liver float o'er the heads
Of the loyal ami true.
AnJ remember, Cut) folluws,
Wiio rovor you g" ;
Tour Has uiuft nc'or tremble
liefore a proud foo.
i.ud uiay (Jod blein you, ! oyr 1
Amid dangers to c jme ;
Aud return euch iu taft-ty
Ajuiu to bin home.
'Ti iu vuic to tnpprers
Tbo caiotiens which swell
Our hearts us we give you
This parting i'liiStt'ELL.
The splendid gift was acknowledged on
tho in rt of tho Cadets by W ilham
A. Wallac-, Esq., an follows, delivered in
bis usual stylo of energy and eloquence.
Accept tho thanks of tho Cadkts.
Th tiifl yuu bear them lliey will eherisli.
In their hands they trust it will never be
dishonored. The lair donors will ever be
remembered. The- Siaud.trd of then
insurrectionary cotulnnati ns now exist
ing in several Stales, lor opposing tho
laws of the I'niou and obstructing theox
edition thereof, to which ctnl a military
Inrce, in addition to that called In by my
proclamalion of tho blth dny of Aniil, in
the present year, appears to be indispen
Now, therefore, I, Abrah,m Lincoln,
rresident of the United Stales and Com-
nl lluil lime, that ivo .Inml l m hooii I
called upon I'm' tho piai iii'iil application
ol tlie-o liullis in connection with their
nippoit nml dilein'.! )'' the t-irong in' of
Thn unexaniplod promptm-M and eti
thusiasiu 11 ith li it -Ii renn Ivnniu find
the older loyal Staten have responded lo
tho call ol t lie President, and tho entire
ununiinily wild which out people demand
that tho integrity of the (ioverntnent
shall bo preserved, illustrate the duty of
the neveial Slate and National Oovern
' mcnl w iih a distinctness that cannot be
(lisrei'ariled. 'l'li ulini irliti-r of northern
HI Ii n,,ti I ' i d i 1.1 i ol Ml 1 111"! '
. Hie I'n t i,i tiM, h W i.liii'.'i.'ii Ii' n
if ll.f in'i, in" In, il nl ili il ' I" '
nie I. "i i ni i I'd '", l il " '" i
iVi'l .'Mil 'll 1 I III I -li' I'M I ' kl 1 I
III. Ill l lolllll.B. Ill til'1 ' l lx -1 '..- I'lC I i
I I'ttiitilH . I I'm v'a'l I'" be 1' b' f'l ln'r
llinl. lli""0 liH'l'.. in llii'il' iti,,'i'" 10 llio
S hioiiiiI t iipiliil, ri'.iiiiil' lio.linilil)' Injn-
v, altlioilL'll they 'veio -ulii'-'led In in
mil iii the rily . f riiliiin"i, mi. It n
f.honl'1 tn-t h e been olleied to any lint-
lllliel. os to loyal llii'il,
ic I'l esidei.t, did
promptly b it their own Mite in the per
loiniatii e of the biglu-'t duly and in llio
service of their ciun'r.i'.
A largo body of unarnn'd mm, 'vho
note nol at the'lim i oriMiiizod a a p ir-
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lion oi uie mi in hi in i.ii- v.i'i.iiii'",-.' pp! I, to tho
under the command of olheers without
i,iinmisions1 alleiiMited iniler the call ol i..-.
Na' ional I iovernuieiit, as I iliide,itand,lo i)P,n
reach Washington, and wore iKxuu'.ieil ly
armed men in the city of llallnnore,
many of their number wore seriously
wounded, mid four were kilh'd. The lar-
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rieies ut Wii!iin'!on.
l ei i'i viile nirl A miiit'O'iis. ' '1
i.'iiininoiline "rejiory, nf Iilfi,i
n.'coiiii.iitiies this ili'ljicliiinrii f .,"''
11,1 . . I ll.
Ihstandi'i his advunr-vl yp, a'i !
s.'i i ifcs lo tho govern ;arni, '
en in tho navy for li.'iy :a0)L,'ci
M.nnr AinMrson Arrived at n .
niauuer i.i imn o. uic jinny ano .s.iv.y pretenitoil ollence ol m
tliereoi, and ul llio .Militia of tho several 0loflho Federal tnivernuient, pea: ably,
States when called into actual service, ilo ovor w ndmittedly iu tho Union, and
detel.y call into the so:vieo ol the L nile.l llu, ul,i,unte oh ret of defending our
-iuium ioiiy.no iin'i'Mii'i hum in.uj-u.i.i common lanital ii"amst an arnii U am
volunteers to serve lor the porioil ol three r.lc-IJioi invasion, together will-
yoHi s, unless sooner ilischargeil, anJ to bo 0lsti-Mct ion of our IVmiM Ivnnia icooos
musU-rcl into service as intantry aiuteav- ...i.ol. l.lut ,1.. I on th sa.-n.i imtriotie
s ami re.-iionsi
iliim iiofin oi:r sliitri HdnmnstiMtion. .
will be inadi' known through tho Depart- Al ,lst ,jvi,-o the tienoral Government
iniint ol War. had inililnrv possession of th route to
Ami i also uiroci mat tno regular army Wnshii.i.i.n. thiou.-h Annannlis Imt ihn
c . i . i . i ..- i .i: i..
ger piitkin ini-i waiy riHiiioi ii iiin-i-iijr n.
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1 I .......-..., vv .ji.iy , mc,i , Hiiiunioro: soino ol ,.. i, vvui.i
nil,. in, i. nl l ,1 j i.'li m if ul I 111' ' . . . .. 'i,'".'
...... .. v ... n ' (,..,, win in i.i-1., 11 mill fit in u
. , w. i i . llir.ui nriu null,1"
have not yet reached their homes.
I liave the bono to say that tho olli-
, cers and men behaved with the utmost
This dody in no v organized
.wunv-, . .v. ..o ....... .v. j ....v. ..... jvnen uespwicueu on me
airy. The projiorlions of each arm and rnixsion, impose new duties
tho detail ol enrollment and organisation biliti.is upon our Stale adi
. , , ll.l ll.lt I 1.1 Y .
' , I ..tV.'i.,-q n,im
J.ilti M ll.):iuiriii, nn' i urn ' v , , ,
missioned ; they have I ...en neoepted in
thu service, and will go to Washington by
any route indicated by the Federal l.ov
orinnent. 1 hiive established a camp at Pittsburg,
at which the trooos from Western IVnn
of tlio U ni ted States be uereaM by t ho , ' 7." ,...a.,i-.,s ; oui.no. h i . lMi,1UMMed itU(, fvrvi,ei
"V .U .. L . " .1 oi ry? ,lm.1 ".'y ..Cni,""-Janl .,r,anize,l and disc.nlined bv skillful
addition tit nig.it regiments of Infantry,
one regiment of Cavaliy undone regi
ment ol Artillery, making nl together a
n aximum aggregate inetii.iso of twenty
two thousand sevt n hun Ireil ami four
teen, ollicers and enlisted men, the !
tails of which increa-e will also he made
known through the Department ol nr. (Joubiedly are loyal
Ami 1 lurtlier ilirecl the enlistment, lor ,.. ..riirivernment
a 1 , , , ,.. ., ..'II ll III illll.r" (i,, ,I,,.I'.I.,'A u, DIIIII1UI
(ereu aim uc nvu, anil me sa e y c , ,
v.. , , , u-- ,i .i .i and ox perieneed olheers.
Washington itsel liiiin neiitly IhreaUuietl. , ' . ,
ti.: i. - WlM,i. I communicate to you witn great satis-.
inn iiiii.i.,v u i,ii.iii.i..,, ' "".'ic ! ,1..,. , ... I......J -r , i...
l.t'jll'.ll, 1,11" i.ivv ilia. inn .riiiiivn in till
three o clock thin tfterno-.n, andi '
ed on board transport for Anin.V
IVi't A t I'll IV 11 lh in llffril.n., r1 li
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Maryland may profess to bo loyal to the
Union or otherwise, there can bo permit
ted no hostile soil, no obstructed thor
oughfare. betwHMi tho States that uu-
uiiij (heir national
I here is reason to
not less than one, or tuoro than three ir(0
years ol eighteen thousanii soamen, in aa- niu. )0 no
anion to llio present lorce. jueuoiaii.s ,,()l(.f.n)e
ol tho enlistment ami organization win , i tie service of the Federal (.overn
oe tnado known through the Depaitment : ment- ,u vve ll)usl , fuuv u,sm e(l 0
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ui mu .-. ) . ... ! this, ami nave tlio uni'iterrnpteil einov
longer closed against the
pns-:ao of our people armed
' Oouutiy, received from hands like these',
I .1 I . .,-.li ...... ... tl. ii.. u.ii.i.,.i-(
r i r . UUIlOIIip. UI1H ni.i i.i.t.iiv. luuu nmujw
re informed. In the opinion or soir.o of Lij".t:0.
imt three weeks since, our on:o uappy
and united country still smiled with peace
his hearers, it was such an evidence oi
disloyalty ns it was feared 'Tould lead to a
Wo profess to know tho leiitiments of
the citizens of this place to whom rofer-
nco is made in the above article- we
claim that vve know their feelingH, wishes,
intentions and speech, much better thai.
.our neighbor, ana we have vet to hear the
frst wordy dlskytxity rum ony ont of them
They are an intelligent, loyal, law-abiding
people. But they knov their riahU. and
will enjoy the privih'go ol exercising them.
Among other free things so much boasted
of last fill, "free tpeech " w as most promi
aent. Whilst they enjoy this right, it is
not their desire or intention to abuse it
nor to lot, others do so ; but to live in all
jrespects as true, faithful, loyal and law
abiding citizen", and the true, steadfast
And devoted friends ot the Union ready
ftt any hour to spare their fortunes or thoir
Jives, cr both in itc support or defonco.
StSSorae of tho self-esteemed pa
triots havo taken great oU'ence at our re- j
marks last week, iu reference to the des
truction of the Government property at!
We wero not awaro that French terror
ism reigned ui this Republic of ours ; but
uch seems to bo the fact from wiat we
can seo and hear occasionally in the mut
tering tones of wralli which soaietimes
display themselves to our viovv.
We will iniorm thoso toadies that as
long as Liberty dwells in our land, and we
have an existence, we will criticise the of
ficial acts of oui-rulers, both civil and mil
itarj as well aa the meddlesome conduct
of those self-proclaimed " free ipeecii "
patriots, who have dug a ditch for their
neighbors lo hdl in, but begin to roalize
the fact that they my become the occu
If, however, these heroes (?) succeed in
torturing our liumblo remarks to bo trea-.
son, wo shall tell them iu the language of
Tatrick Ilerry: ' Il this be treason, make
tbo most of it!"
and prosperity. Her citizens pursued therr
usual avocations, and all hoped for a bright
future. Tho usual political divisions yet
existed, and although fooling ran deep,
no signal of war rippled the surface. A
placid calm pervaded all the North, ll
was the calm that precedes tho storm.
The storm has bur-l upon us, and uviv we
find section arrayed against beeliou, broth
er against brother, sou against father;
armed men aro marching, martial music
everywhere resounds, ana all portends that
very soon the Souihei n bieee will bring
to our cars the sound of the rush of armed
squadrons, tho clang of arms, and tno Uiu
of battle. Why is this? It is because
men have been forgetful of their allegiance,
have dated to raise their mailed hand
against tho Constitution of their country,
and sought to subvert it. It was because
this Flag heretofore tho synonym of all
that was chivalnc and daring, borne iu
triumph through three wars, and bathed
in Hood in un bundled vict iries has been
insulted. The signal of the majesty of the
government, the ensign of tho sanctity of
the CouiTioriwi'aUli have voluntarily ten
dered any amount of money that nriy be
necessary for tho common defence and
general welfare of '.he .State and the Nu
tion in this emergency : nnd the temnora-
l.-.lStlll to . ... r 1 ... I. .... ,1 i .i-i
, . - , . , 1 I i I J I "11.1 1 Wl IIIU llMHWIVi. I ll'vl .lll'4 lill S
route through Imliiuiore , J., , , ., i.e., i ,
Huiniii l&C-i oy nit; .ut- ut luu ijiiiiui.ii
sembly of llio 17ih April. lt(il, was
promptly taken -'t p ir. The money it
not y et exhausted ; as it has been impos
h. bio lo havo the accounts properly au-
The cdl for volunteers hereby made, .. ,.:1,. tn ,.i ilv ' ,;, . i aue.1 aim settien wuu uie accouuung una
and the direction lor tho increase of the. u,l every ro-iiw... al to llio VuVJn ''' ,ne -eni..ienl as re.
regular army, and lo.- the e tment of r ,!in ,...., ..,., ti.m ,.w. I mtuin. i'l11'1''-'" lj account U luh exp.-n.
stM.ueu herehy given, wah tho pl iu oi . , ,,. r ,.- i , nl "l,u.11' l:""u,t ""'v. l"':,i'",', . '
organization adopted for the volunteer m.ms ll()t n,.U()ri.l0J Auditor Ocneral und Sl:ile 1 u-asurer haie
ainl tor the reirulir fereus berebv aiiihori : . .. . established a system of mm i lenient and
zed, ai!l be submitted to Congress as'. 1 ) t.m is p,t lor emponz.nir or tor-. w llK.ntf 0f hi,h 1 enti.ely approve,
soon as that body assembles. ( be,ir,"S '. "" I ' 'ost 1 that provides amply for tho proiection ol
In the meantime, I earnestly invoke ?aus,!l'Js h.1 l0,7 ;Nort,i '" the. Siat, and to which mII parties having
the co-operation of all goo.l citizens in ''.'vaded. nor has the sou ;h to invads a claims w.ll bo obliged to conlorm.
the meaiures hereby adopted for tlio el- sn.;;le gaaraiiteed right ol the South tin A much larger sum will be required
lectual suppression of unlawful violence, the contrary all polities parties and all thun Ijus ., Uisiinclively approp, mied ;
lor :ho impartial enforcement of consti,,-: ,.l'1"Vn"i,,;itU"!i lJUVH ,ull' ' but I could not receive nor make engnze-
tionul laws, and for the speediest possible bind 'O'yd every provision of the nlents ,or mo,.y willloul aullinilly 0,
res.or.tio,. f, leace and order, and with great com pact between the Male, and re- law, and 1 haie cal.'ed you together, not
these ofhappi.iess and p.orper.ty through- g''rU c,s o. our .ews ot . Mate policy, our ol)lV t0 ,,K,Vll,. (),-a complete re-oignni-
out our country people have rCHpectcd them, lo predi- lilljon ot-the miliiiu of the State, but also,
Intostimonywhoreof 1 have hereunto t-ate r re.wllion il.erclore, upon any aN that you mav give me authority to 1,ledge
set mv hand and caused the seal of the . N'"-"rong mllicted or rough t to bom- Uie laiih of the Coinmonw.ahh to bor-
United Si lies to be atlixed Hicted upon the South is to oiler falsehood roiv such sums of money as you mav, in
Done at the city of Washington, this . as Bi; ,,ur V10"" . S. l1 lh: your discretion, deem necessary lor 'these
the 3d day of Ma?, in the year of our ; c;;:,1'zo' ;' history judge this road I .x ,,l0nl.n..ry re.juiren.cnt.
Lord one thousand eight hundrel and e,1'J,t( t overthrow the most benehc.ent U ,s impossible to p. edict the lengths
. . . . slriielurn or human onvernment ever . ...i.;..i. ...i i. . . . i . -i.
inv.niin. imil ot t he I mleiienaencu ol . .. lowtucu ni numiiess uuik run s in
Mirylund, Captain k,
'ales N iv.,,m,jU(U
tho United States the eighty-filth.
(Signed) Aukaham Lincoln.
ty iho President. Wm. H.'Sewauh,
Secretaty of State.
: vised i.y man. hour" iu the rebellious Slates saa'.l lead
The leaders of the rebillion in tho Cot-' us, or wneu t ho e.ilamilies which threat
ton Slates, uhich has resulted in llio es-'en our hitherto happy country shall ter
tnblisiiineiit of a provisioiml organization : inmate. We know that many of our
assuming to discharge all tho functions of . people have already iett tho Slate in the
' governiiienlal power, havo mistaken the . sei vie ) of the Ueiicral lroverii:ne;it, nmi
' toi bearance of l he (ieneial tiovei niiient : i that many iii.'i e moil .'ollow. Wchavi-,.
ithey have uccepted a fratornal indulgence iong hue ol boid-'r on Sttes t-ru u.d
jas an evideiuc of weakne-s, and have in-j disaffected, wliieu sl.ouid be pruti-cieil.
j sanely looked to a united South, end a j 1 o lui nisli ready support i ihou vvno
)livided North, to ivo success to the wild have gone uut, and lu proiect our bor
iiiiilniioii that has Ted to the seizure ofiurders wo should h.ivo a w ell regulate.l mil
i national arsenals and arms, tl.e invest-j itary force.
nient and boiubarm. nt of our forls, the' I, therefore, recommend the immedi
ate organization, disciplining and arming
cy upon our commerce, an I now aims at ol at least hlteeii regiments ot cavaln
Comtuodoro Pendegrast issues the fol
lowing order, anni'ui cing the strict block
aue oi llio pons oi iiigmia nii'-i
TO AM. W II0M IT MAY CONCEPN.
Umtku Statls Fla Ship Ci iieri.ani),
Off Fl'KTKtSS MONKOE. A.
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l jiVC"V tnii utbeiiliuil iu tuu uini i - , , ,. . I . i -
. .i- l- ii ii i ' . 1 punderina ol our mint1!, has mviled pira
million of In Km'IIurv. Alirnhiim I.in ' . .
coin, President of tho United Stales un-
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uur it u jiiirii-. inui. lui nil L'liieitii. l .... - . . . .
........ ' ' . ! Iw. li.mii'rpel ion onisL noiv lio inio. Iiv l.iln I he sen ice ol llio I inloil -Muliis-n
blockade ol the ports ol Mrg.n.a ami f()0l of anns ; anJ l0 n-rMablish the we have al.eadv ample warning of th.
North Urol.ua. and warn a persons in-, prnriIOflt upon all enduring hash by , necessity ol being prepaied for any sua
litioc a, f ... I iiiu.i kii lll.'iiin f. iiouii . O -' J oil .
Ilt.vllili: no tiiiin? rii,. niai j , ic .";iitjii e...-ii.j lliiin iii.ij.
the possession of our National Capital. and inlantry, exclusive of those called
t 1 have a sulheient nave
force hero for the purpose of carrying out
All vessels passing the Capes of Virgin
ia coining from a distance and ignorant
of the proc'amatiou, will le warned oil',
arise. 1 cannoi
scs the forts ami arsenals and other (iov-
crpnienl property so unlawfully seized
loo niucii impress this upon you.
1 cannot retrain limn ulludin;
i.i. i mi i 11)1) C IllUC
ai.u Uo5Up,uss, ironies .uu-uubiii 00 . . (.llys ,,cm.,(J aswitll
requirea to ancnor uiiuer uie guns oi mo, . ' , m ,n(, i r,., . . ,,.;,i,
, ' . ,. ..,. ,i ... . . i voice, and alll conteiiii tor, as with
ion uuii suoicck iiiciijsci us iti an e.uiui , . ,
nn ! held : to ensuro personal freedom generous manner in which tho people o!
end safety to the people and commerce of all parts of ihe State have, from their
tho Unioo in every section, tho pooplo ot i private moans, provided lor the la.mlns
one ol loose ol our citizens who aio now un
or.e ! der arms. Iu many pans ol the Com-
nrnis. Major Anderson walked D'
the linr uncovrred. "
M.ij..r Anderson passed qUotj ..
Diiladelphia this inoining. 'flu "
thrro, and at every station on t,j''
cheered loudly, f.nd pressed fm '
sli'ike llio hero ty the hand. "
pnni.'s of troops went dmvn r,n il,, j1
den as as an escort. The VMi,u
took eiht large boxes, Ci Hod
The steamer M in
man. United St;i
at Peiry vilie from Aniiai'dlis h,i i'
more. Sho brings back the K-X
The Paltimorn mid Oiiiu ll'tilrond j,
lurnisliotl all liie In eonin lives the go,,
menl want. The Maryimid limdi
pas-engcr cars nt Annap.jlif, in
board a s rong force ol' .MnohJ '
troops, and sailed for Itn 1 1 ituore. '
landed the troops mid a lurg-o quanti'il
inilit.-iy stores at Fnit -Vcllenry, V?
sailed into i.altimoie w.ili tu9
icau flag flying. Uiher Amnicao i)
were also living ing itl Paittmort?.
cite was quiet. ' ' t
Fort Madison, a strong earbWkeo-.
niandinj the harbor and city, isi"W'
s on ol fedend Iroops. ' , s
The steamers Ualiic and Kk
at Annapolis last niplit, wi'.U steim
The guns in the bat'. tries at Ferrpi
completely comnmnd Havre d tin,
and this place is virtually in our po.!
Two companies of the Fourth regin
United Slates niiilhry we ainnn t
recon l rcitilbrr en. cuts ; f Fort MeLieni
I leni 'i lint'i j a-s.-iigei-s v, ;o left
nii'i-f lo day, mid who me direct tn
Virginia, that the South are laisingtrw
in numbers .iot drraiued of by any otii
nation. J. iNi)EnAST,
Flag Gtllcer, Commanding Homo Squad
heart; nnd a qtliilter of a million of j nionweallh, grand juries, and courts and
Pennsylvania's sons will an-wer tho call tiiuuiei' al corporations have recumiueii
i to arm's, if need be. to wrest ns from a ! ded tho upp:oiu ialions of moneys from
rei'Mi of anirchy and plunder, and secute their public funds, lor the same common1
ExEciTivr. CnAKur.n, I
llARnisstns, Arnii. 30, ls61
To the Senate unit Jlmisc of Jiejtrescutatives
the Lommbniceath of l'ennsyieunia:
Ginilemf.n: - The present uuparaHed
far themselves and their children, lor ag
e to oomo. the perpetuity ol this Gov
icrment and its ben.lic. nt institutions.
KntertaMiing these views niul anticipai
0f ing that more troops would be jequired
" than Ihe number oricinallv calhvl for, 1
dahle purpose. I would recommend the
jnissago ol an act legalizing and author!
zing such appropriations and expendi
tures. It may bo expected that, in the present
.letuugement ol trade and commerce, and
continued to receivo companies until wo j the wr.hdrawal cl so much industry Irom
bad raised t.venty three regiments in . its ordinary and productive channels, the
the law, ai:d the herald of th capacity of j exigency in tlio atl'rirs of our country, has Pennsylvania, alio! which have been tiius- selling value of juoperty generally will be
a free people for sell-government, has been induced mo to call you together at this tered into the service, of the United State, j depreciated, and a huge portion of our
lf iMiiled Itiiro. With an actual and arn od rebellion In this anticipation I was not mistaken. , citizens deprived of the ordinary means
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'This flag, that once through ' Southern ' balls
Tb soul of 'vulor ' shed.
Now bungs ns uule on ' Southern ' Tfk.Ui
Aa if that soul wero dead.
Thero aleops tho prido of former daya
There glory's thrill is e'er-i-Aod
hearts that ooi'o beat high for prnim',
Kow feel tbutpulso no more."
L.vints Tos;arry this (lug in unsuMied
iu some of the States of the Union, mom- On Saturday last, an addi. ional reouisiu 1 of meeting engagements. Alihouitli
entous quet;ons have bei n thrust upon ion was made upon mo for twenty livo ,' much Jorbearanct may be expected from
us which call for your deliberation, and regiments of infantry and regiment of ' a g neriUs and magnaniiiious jieoplc. yel
that you shojld devise means by leg- cavalry ; and there nave been already 1 1 ieel it tny duly to recommend the pas-
itilstioil fuf the maintenance of llio umbo. i,ii' nnitumii'S I ondoml linn mill nml: n h:h.h nl u iinlieioim I iiv to i,i,h'i,i i 1i a,,...
ruy ui mu uenerai viovernmeni, tue lion- up the entire compionieni. rinco oi pifpeny uy lorced sales in the
or and dignity of our Stale, the protection Before the regiment could be clothed, coiled ion ol debts.
of our citizens, and the early establishment three of them were ordered by tho Na- Vou meet together at this special ses
iroceed from this sion, surrounded by cireuin-taiices in vol
FttOM W a s J II Ni rrON f"TY.
Washington, May 3d. lfd
The quiet of '.ho past week comb
here, but eveiy day helps to etrenpa"
tl.e defences of Washington and llu j'
cipline of the troops.
Tin; railroad labilities between liwet
Annapolis nie much im,rnved sine i
dil ional cars have been brought f;oi
I'hiladolpiini, iMr. Thomas A Scoit.Vj
Piesiiieiii of lim i't'imsy lvania Ruilttt
totinnr.v. ivh.i hun cbaigo of .lie roai,t
liei,'h! m. ii :o l.o right lain." j
The iji.:ns of tl.e Maryland l.iyilk.V
no ioL'iir,i,i.: v.;'i diri.sl niiri i.iiiaiiH
Hut little faith is put in li e prutftuta
of li:e Pinider States. A little moie
on the j nrt of tho Government u neei ,
to keep Maryland right.
Tho Providence Marino Artillery ir
ed hoi e yesterda" evening, and Welti!
Some of the Pennsylvania Iroopilui
been sent down to fort Wanhii.gtcn.
The accounts fioni down :1 e river I
along but h sides of (:heinpcake Ftayt
satisfactory. The rebels do not &
dem-elies, and no Lalicries Lave U
Captain Meips relurnod here to dsyfe
ni- recent expedition to fort Tick
which, he says, is so reinfoiced, and i
otherwise strengthened, ns lo niakfiui"
tluclion utterly impossible for six moti
lor which litno it is well pio isioned.
Geneial Harney has prepaied an w
droffi to the people of Missour', ur(i
them to stay in the Union. Ft w
ihem that sece-sion will proio the mint -.
their State, and thai as lo himself, fie
ready to stnrd lo Ihe Inst by tin fa I .
which be saw twenty stars ndueditncel
entered the service.
War will be opened in a few ivji I
demonstration upon Ah xandfit
Norfolk. The Sout h has undoubted!
cided to act only on Ihe defensive, scd
attack is expected here. '
A genlleman of my iicqtiaintsnc?,rfi
highest rcspeeiabiliiy, has jr.sf irf'
from Ilarjio. 's Fei ry. He tooK piniJ
Inr jinins to n'crrlain the condition '
Virginia forces nt that point. He W
jiusitively that there are not over $
hundred men Cfingregated there. lW
two thirds of whom m e armed I"1
ions are exeeedin)ly scarce, artl
troops have hnd to live on short ratio
The grntleineii at Curwensvilloi 'V
express a willingness to j in a pr!J
como down and "fhrow the UtpM-i
fico into Shaw's dam," are respect'tfl
J-2rThe Patriot Si Union remarks that
ol peace and order throughout the land. tional Government to
On tho day ol my induction into the Ex- -joint to Philadelphia. I cannot too high- i vina the most solemn resi-osibilines : the
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triumph shall bo the hbditst noble-l aiui 1 iv commenu uie iiauioiibm nuu uevouon reconecuo'is oi uie glories oi tne past,
of those to whom you present it. ni ,bo j t'ollow.ng-nti.m .its: of the net. who, at a moment's warning, the rellections f ll e gloomy present an,
deadly chai-o or tUr..ugh the perilous No cue who knows tlio history of Penn- snd without any preparation, obeyed the ! ihe uncertainty ot tho tuturo, all ilike
bretuiu where'or it leads tho way the 1 'Van'"' ail1 ur"01M,,J!, &o opinions order. Three of tho regiments, under cull upon you to discharge our duly in a
' . . . . . . . And to'litifTS of her lioonli' enn instlv etiu. oimiln i.ii en mktnni'i.4 Iiv iliriielimi t.f m.ii-it ,,l' i.nt i-iii ,,,,.....,. . ....i....
iiiuuLiit. "i as iiur Livera, ui tuu uiiiiuii s . -r , , ,. , , i r .1 t- ' ' i" i .. a. . v. ' :. f i.i . , . .
honor of our glorious Constitution ol all hostility to our biolhrenol and acoompiiniotl by ofheers of the Lni- sioe wisdom and hrtu resolution. Never intormett that such an enterprise
that we rev-ere in the imt or hope for in olhur 'S,Hes 'o regard them as friends ted Stales army, were transported to in the history ol our peace-lovinu Com- undertaken at their peril. If tlie CJ
tho future, shall nerve ihe arm, and prop ' "llcUuntrynKm, In whose welfare Coekoyrsville. near Ualiin.ore, at whi'd. nionweallh hove the heart of our peoph lhc thief co j ,,J0 ,-iirkne99, l
the soul, and ..rge them on to victory i We k' ,a kdrj ihteresl; and we roogai- point tl.o.v remn.ned ,-r wo days, and oeeii so si.rred ... iheir dep.t.s a at the ,, , ' . . ,
Its crimson stripes .show dimly fo.tl tho 'f0' 1 ,wrl o.Kle.t extent, ali our ronsti- until by duect.'. s ot the Ooiiornl Govern- present moment. An I. I to, I, mat 1 "m,0" R,"i P- 'b.l hour ol tl.e l
... 1 J w. v..v r-kt . 1 1 .ret f li. w tk ll".... 'I'l .. ... I ll.,- -ii n,.j 1 .,,.(.. I Iw,lr i.t.il imn t ,wi,l ,n, ,i n ...... .I.... :.. .1 I lli; lll.L' Lil,w,nIul n , nn 111 '
carnage ol the ensanguined Held; its stain- , T ,' "... . v.. ..... ..n.v .1. um per- j ... ,.Cs,...... - -
I..- wImi. ;u ..ni.t.T...ii.. r ii MP ready and willing to observe ennui- nuo camii al Xork, wheto there nre now . foruianco of your du.ies on this r.ccasion. rroncriv : far. n ibi n. , hristisn 1
i"-JJ MllllU I lllVlUllllkllU VI Vlll'lb UIC VV I 1. l l 4 . ,, . . . . . I V ..... ..
that should distinimish the noble victor : ous.y una iraie. nai.y m ine.r letter ana live ivguii.
k nirir 1111 11 iinLiL'ii runiir in uinn i.imw u.tttriii
ana, Jatties, they promise you, that no go, ..V, "--?. v, .. ...... " ...v - - , ..., .. ,... i0 , uiu.jr, gio.y nrot0,tion f)f . r-01,a nnj 1)I0,.erty,
.. . .fe .. " (liira id n .tiiiliniin i,ii,iii.nii,nnl II ut i 'I".ml,i.t.u1.iiri. ,, ii . I at nni lira IrniiltliM un, nnpm a . ,f r na n . .. I .1 1.1 I'l "IW-llUIl OI I ersOt.S HIIU piui'mi
ry btaiB irom out it crimson stripes shall. , ., , ... ..'.j...- ," - ............., "...mian.-uu auuuiu - -. - Affi
...ii.. : ... . .. ' . , . has within tlio Kiiiore ol Hi gnimn ..11 ll.n (i neml (.lU'einiiipnl r nnd live lei'inionts In, m oil hi' m miit u. . II. t, ,.,.,(;.,. t Kevn no niiil-nieht ciiatcl at OUl 'Oiuw
uny us pure wuite. ana mat witu the . :. . , - - . .
Th.ee regiments mus , and in prov.di.g the ways and -neans lor ftnii a land provided with ! for
9 are now encamped the maintenance ot our country's clorv .
.tny as a nation, vou should 1 i ..- i '-i-
by feelings of self-sacrifice. 1 e"P n0 mid-night guard at our
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perlWrmanco or stein, relentless duty 110 l"IHU"'s i sovereignly, ami among are now in camp ai ims piace, aim Kinoren iu ino-e which animate the brave i protwl it Irom the stoallhy approi'"'
barbaric act shall mingle ll'ClMJ aro t'-"? right ud duty of self-jire- seven nave been orgnnii-id and muster- men alio have devoted their lives to the I tho house-breaker t
Caiieis: Receive vour Fine' lheTlblern H'rvlio it is based uon a compact to ed into Bervioe nt Philud. Iphia. 1 pel ils of the b ittlo field, in dofenco oi l ti .' r .i i'i. wrt
ofyourcoumry'shoim wl,idl " te people of the United Slaws j Th- regiment, at this plie are still our na.ion'i flag. I. thm tn i ly 1
lowed meinnrie ilmt. p-iL ,i .i.,. ' puriies. It is the result of mutual supplied by the Commissaiy Pop irtment! Gentlemen, I place tho honor of ii, '"fc', we only ask that they shall coin 1
.. .. . ' "'"'Stars and Strij.es, bv the brieht eves and co,,c,J,'io"'. which wero made for the of the Stale Tho;r quarters are as coin Slate iu youi hands. And 1 pray that . honorable men should como come tw
wnue thiiieea appointments havo been ; faiP forms of the donors, by your own and pU'P'-ol'curing reciprocal benefits. It fortable as could be expected, their sup- the Almighty God, who protected our solve- sending no substitutcs-sn a
given to tho editors and aiUches of the your country's honor, by IU olemnity of acU d"'tf-'lly on I he people, and they owo ply of provisions abundant, and, under fathers in their efforts to establish this ' n, nn Lv i(1), , n bould ask 'M
New York Tribune, not n siiiLdt mi n con. tbo oath you huve iust taken. 1 ooni,ir ,l personal allegiance. No part of the the instruction of competent ollicers.they ' pur great constitutional liberiv who has . V . 5" L""''s ,0 u
,a .. i.i. .i, ...i.i:.,i i vou to bear it worihilv. Follow ii ii,,-.,...i, l"de, no State, nor combination ol are rapidly improving iu military knowl- csnuolled the crowth of i-ivilbminn ,..,,1 ,lU1 previous notice say ono
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no State, nor combination ol are rapidly improving in military knowl- csnuolled the growth of civilization und 1 0 prevlou,' notice say
!. A -1 . I . . ISllltPkl. tan. Vn ll n I tirilw a..n.K 1' . t I. 1 . I m . I ul, t Io.iia tnaJn iilTnn,iau'.,l..'..:... ! .. 1 . u.A nun nnf ini I imillP 0T1
illlT 4irUlJ tUIHIIDb IV 1X10 CllniJOU OtOUtll . "'J .V llUlli Uirj CUjjC UllU rrm, . unru "au fwiitsiv,- ; 1 1 r 1 I IUI 1 1 V IMUllr nilUSl. nillV UOt HOW ""U13 uvty nc BIO liwi jiuiin-mi" -
I . 1 I i . ' llniiin llnhnLunliin lh,K....l.. C .1tl11.. ...M. p t .1 ! . .
W'e merely w"
ie.u lomitnuineringoi 111s couuvry. and ere it be dishonored, lot the best Uikj. ln,on' l,or nUsolv themselves from their , m-nls to clothe all our regiments w.ith for.ake us ; that He may waicii over vour Poinl
otra-MKI. AO ' r 1 1 .... . nlillifnli,ne In il 'In . , l I I. . ...!,l. ..ha.. , i . .. 1
. i oi jour urarii uui.ie ns azure held and "-e"" v " i"-niiivffiietowaii.
! virgin strii'es in crimson "i pleasure irom uie Union, withmit
w-iveaa ,4.0 care ot Dr. 1. W . Potter : Soidior-'-Keceive your flag as soldiers tD0 WM,!ienl of l,'e ". lo confess that
iu mioiuer coiumvn. i he Doctor is a war- should. our uovernment is a lailure. Pennsylva-
toy young man. andesorves th patron- And the Cadets did recoivo it a s sol-, tlcvnotZZXTZ T
itfof thoe who aro indeed of n,,i;..i, a 'a;.... .....n . ... ,rc. nor assent lo a doctnno which in
- '--'s. i..,.. neio muum mm iiireo ucariy coc-ers
uie uiiuuik uirl',n.in.v,1131leiii ii pmp- counsels, ana may, in :iia provideneo, ..Uasure ns to this
Thoy can oxerciHe their
that before the close of the present week ty, and nre acting in open rebellion to tl.e 1 16 W S that some f
all our people now under arms will be Govornniflnt, back acain to 'i-Mfoct loenN their neighbors, as well as some ot s
TOlvos Ibo dodtructiou of the Govern- clothing.
abundantly supplied with gocd and ap ty, and restore peace, harmony, ami
propnuio unuorms, oanKots auu otner ternity to our aistracted country.
fra- own, who might desire to witness t1fl: L
! tertainment, could thus hav an opp
A. G. CURT1N. I tunity of doin so.