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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Brown Flag — 17 April 1862
A > J THE FORT YOL. 15. BROWNSYILLE, TEXAS,::: CONFEDERATE STAjCES ;:: THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1862. NO. 1 MILITARY NOTICES. Proclamation by the Governor, TO TliE PEOPLE CF THE STATE OF TEXAS. Whereas, on the 30th day of Dccemfcer last joo were called npoo by general crder So. 1. iMk'd from the Adjutant General's office, to hold yourselves in rcadeuees t march at u moment s warning in d- fense of your live , liberty aud pro- perty, I trust yon hare beed' d th" order then given, and tbat yua are now prepared to serve your couu- t^f in this the hour of peril atnl need. I am jwrt in receipt ol a requisition from the War Department, by order of the Prisideut, for fifteen regiment* of troops for the war. being the number reuuiraHo supply the quota of the ¿sate of Texas. ,~TEé¿¡ troops will be mustered into service at of iasLrucúon. (the localities of which, will be immrdbte!; made known) ami win there be cloth.d, supplieaaüd armed, at the expense j of the Confederate ¿states. Each soldier...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Brown Flag — 17 April 1862
rje fYgnoftit to fill OUÍ Co], (5.1T re^!:n au for jp'nerafl 1 will not insult the chivalry and militsrv fame «f the brave Tesan?, by doubting tV.r a moment that .* MiCioient number of volunteers will botm- dcrvd to meet the pivsmU &:it. Cantor, howevt r. prompts me to say that if within the thirty da^s the required number of m.-n be not reported. 1 shall proceed under the law to £11 up the number by drafting. "My countrymen! L' t not an old Tex.n. the) Retentive of your choi®\ one the most of whose crncunt will be superior in efficiency to Hie Uaifc d State?, and iu honesty it will telle rank ov«r the Eugüüh. Tun Nkw Fkdekai. Wax Peogkamsie.—Abra- ham Lin^pln has seized the war by the horns, ami intends tu pu.-h the campaign oa his own plan. Iu his first tr liT, isstrd from the •' Executive Mansion. Washington, January 27 th," be nam d the 22d day of February, as the time when all Lis armies and *■* j—" 1 . ? l fe Imh Ven «pent with you, one v.ho is proud of I naviis thould mov...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Brown Flag — 17 April 1862
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Brown Flag — 17 April 1862
iff 1 '' ¡ L «r gray eyes, au4 body was naked, and h*a apparently been in the water 24 boon, bat there were no marks npon it. The supposition u that the man was murdered and cast into the river, but no cluc has yet leen had to detect who he iras. _ _ -— "*i* indebted to Capt. Nelson, formerly commander of a schooner which made sev >ral sue- eeetfal tripa between New Orleans and Brazos San tiago, for a late New York Herald. Captain Nelson waa captured on bis last trip from Brazos Santiago to Berwick's Bay, last ycar.^and he was sent to New York, where he got a ticket to stop at Fort Lafay "here they set a mean table and keep very in different bedding. After their late victories in Ten aeaaee, the Yankees somewhat recovered from their M* fright, and they let Capt. Nelson out, consider- ing that they might catch him again if they wanted him. So he is now in Brownsville, perfectly willing to run the risk of another capture, but keen enough, he thinks to give the blockade the slip whe...