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Jan. 22. Sherrard Clemens of Va. made a strong Union speech in the House of Representatives to-day.--(Doc. 24.)
le them to leave — on motion, a committee was appointed to receive donations, and in ten minutes the subscription had reached over $21,000. What was still more important was the appointment of a large committee of the most influential capitalists, to use their exertions to secure an immediate taking of the $9,000,000 remaining of the Government loan.--(Doc. 66.) The President of the United States issued a proclamation, announcing the blockade of the Southern ports.--(Doc. 67.) Sherrard Clemens, a strong Union man, and late member of Congress for Richmond, Va., is held as a prisoner at Richmond. He is still firm in his loyalty to the Government and his opposition to rebellion.--Tribune, April 19. At Wilmington, Ohio, the first volunteer company, consisting of 125 men, organized to-day. Three thousand dollars were subscribed in one hour for the benefit of volunteers. Great enthusiasm. prevails, and the work goes bravely on in raising both men and money. Another comp