ney into gold, the premium on specie has advanced.
Judge Campbell, Assistant Secretary of War, has decided that Judge Mend if this be the case, an explosion is imminent — for Judge Campbell must have given instructions by order of the Secretary the teeth of the decision of the Assistant Secretary, Judge Campbell, Col. Lay's father-in-law, and upon which the bureau hd to escape military service by it. He intended to lay Judge Campbell's decision before the President, but it disappeared ve Meredith's opinion, directly in the teeth of Mr. Assistant Secretary Campbell's decision!
And it was dated March 13th, fule bureau had been already acting under the decision of Judge Campbell (just the reverse of the opinion), Assistant Secretary the loss of so many men, one is naturally startled at Judge Campbell's conduct.
I sent an extract from my Dis it is by the Exemption Law, and still executed under Judge Campbell's decision.
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