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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 December 1864

THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKL¥ TOL XXX—NO. 180 HOUSTON FRIDAY DECEMBER 30, 1864. H. NUMgEg^-3M3 it« of Interest. i r> i! A San Francisco dispatch dated Mot. :10th says: . Mexican advices per the Sacramento say that on the 13th of November the French landed troops at MazatUm eoQ took formal possession of the town. The Governor of Mazatlan, with his for- ces, abandoned the. place the night previous, <<o that no resistance was offered to the land- ing of the French troops. It is also reported that Alvarez has de- feated an Imperial torce marching on Acn- pulco. Heavy and constant rains tire prevailing throughout California, interrupting trade and trvel. The New Orleans Picayune of a late date says: •> There is something of much interest to be seen in the river, nearly opposite the foot of Gravier street, t this tune. There lies the great iron-clad steam ram Tennessee, the chief work of Confederate naval archi- tecture, which is said to be like Achilles, in vulnerable, except at its...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 December 1864

HOU8TON DECEMBER 29,1864 Am** 1 '%*# 5 it* I l^i Ik* 9t«4 ,* (ftS «*$£«'I * #bo next t Bee Mr. Castleton's ackaowt o^fament of $100 in gold from Gen. T. P. Ooiliiu, of Crocket. Who next? We are pVassd to loom that the commit- tee have obtained the Sbrixapf How for a Soldiers' Home in thi« city. This building if of briohtof three stories, and is the beat tat can be found for the parpoae in the •tty- iiai Am regular m the Chriitmaa holidays, «NM*, a floe flit gobbler from onr friend flol David Bandon. The specimen receiv- ed yaeUrdaj waa a princely fellow hilly "large enough tor any two torkey oaten wo know of," and for this and all like fa- tal* we are truly thankful. Our citiaeo* were mnoh pained yesterday when the death of that estimable lady, Mrs. Pwnnfl, waa annooncod. Few who were here lap! winter and the winter before, will have forgotten the labor of loye then per- formed by this lamented lady and Mrs. Van Alatyno. In all weathers, day in and day out did they travel over the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 December 1864

[|i«ro d<-l«s oar kttltrr, illbon|k I In (indirection of Mirfrettsbero tor- |t «irrl«oa. 'oi box ears are here d«s't yed. ted |,'iori« irt secured, together with 40 Oar work extending op near Lsgf*nf«, k'oettila hero couipell* us to lank the li'oa throw* us Into In ibe night. Bat It to by no mm on boar of pleasant thought-. Tne advance tiku the water, hut 1' only reqaltee a short time to lose the lord, awl ibeu the winding colntcns teucajci uioiit crooked m each mctmlvo regiment p«s «* utiT. It la bwlfi, rocky In place* atrial- niing Wo tbe luckleta mti whose norsefal's amtd that wapiti* current! 0 *mm we creep along oar windiDg wav. and alter a w'rle tue l.ind I* reacbeJ. We ar relieved. aud If eTrr men k'ng tbe Nashville pike *< eamp about! were grateful to Uod fur hl proieellnn cimll waaat tbli lam-tore. Hut toon th« conjecture become* real' tty. Wcti1 <<n Sj Island anil there 1* y t another deep water to i ron,. Its a bitter tbvoght, but we caunol tarry. Tbe tcaae U ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 December 1864

Sri-WetMgSeU|t*yl HOUSTON. DECEMBER 30. 19*4. i\ Sergeant0■ W. Ikn, af hn«t*i >lrUI«*f Cavalry, lu Mlaaisslppl, will rstarn to Ma maad (>Nt Ik* m He win lake MMiitokliiMiMMhw. All ethers, charged Th# 0«iMmu Statee postage otdtaoatt la ho paid by the sender. (tend Iwm -a* *g<Mn sM Malt soldiers II On admitted thai la a fair J IflMtWMlM ft| . to Mi^NN itoMdk Uratagto ability iku ht mm- uii aghuof,■adem," H4MMIM I— four •WktelfMMgh. W Work 4*7 ■unto ktor mt ptiiiMnsri Tkl above ia part of a conversation be- tween Gen. Sherman and a H out hern lady )tt Atlanta, which we copy from the United States Army and Navy Journal. The In bate which it oontains to the superiori- ty of our troop*, to deserved. It hae been manifested from the beginning of the war, and it still exists on etery field Wherever tested The eompartoon of tbe ability of the respective generals i« not one in which 'Gao. Sherman was a disinterested party,or S9 oapable of making It is due to eao- dor, however, to admi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 January 1865

f p Tin-: HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TELEGBAPtf. VOL XXX-m 190 HOUSTON WONpAT JANUARY 2, 1865. •> ha ri.rt-1.* A le<Ur from fleu. Webb lit* tbe Breiiliab Secrtary <f W r. . ..,tj Gen JaoiHN Wataon Webb, D, & M>«t* 'ter t • B atd hu s^iit a letL«*r of wbioh tb foil'IIW lig a WD VXtiaill 10 tlM ftllllllM Miuit.r «f F reign Affai ft i Uu-n ■' The government «.f ike Uolred 8a es particularly itia ruced <(Im und-raigoed «o m«k- manifest k Urn til lis coottdea*« tt<i friendship. Tt.e • *o inmii find their «iii be distorted by the aetaoftbe commau der of one of our vesoew of war, or by those •f u ttic>t«d< penple smartfuf under what they regard a*a national " " lUi, la the perfect conviction that the govern* oietit of the United State* #HI be'uroiriut to do nil that is coneleceot1 widt' itt proper dignity and the honor aud dijftttty of' Bra4 ail, thu uud>«ra>g>a*d ask* yOur Excellency lu oxcuse this hasty note, attd renews the uietlnrnlshed Conufdera- ongia in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 January 1865

iSJBES^ttS HOUSTON. DECEMBER 31. MM. // ilirtu *— « ■■ * M / " < h noUfUlepabhe interest manifested If we a toj«dgebyle*lBWWerec«lvefroitt various par* of the State, by resolutions of religion* ** oti^ pnbfc bodies and *7 aoren^tt apparent dft Isotlorthelm- provemant otoar seboeie. 'This Is oneof Ik* su**s of j^WWIntcrtil bp wfclph we have opinions de sftne experi- wm wimp oboesflMlom «nd W* pro. pose, fiyaffenn (• ti#* tedevetenoortl- cla to MMtec 'M opinions • before oar naders^ w^ !«f *"'■* '' 'y''\ * ' - " fAll >MW|jli at education will fhllof their Ml effo& tod usefolnoes unlace made upon come comprehensive ml w U matured plan. dtoppoMng bow that there are T5,- 600 ehUtnn '•#, sctoool'lfe In Texas, and that 20,6090* the* ere at the vari©#-^ •choolseoattered overlhe Bute, and that 8.000 oTHhNb h—gi iMr schools every five mouths iaft'Httther.of the IS,QUO stea- dily at school, On >ba)f loeo much of the benefits of eduoction by changa of studies, by cramming, and by l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 January 1865

V with 10,000 or 15,000 men, is in bis font, and Wade Hampton on bin flank.— These, added to tba forces of liahloa's de- partment and Wheeler's forces in bis rear, make quite a formidable show to resist the ,'reat raider. If the poople.of Georgia are true tu themselves and respond to the ap- peal of Gen Beauregard, in debtroying sup- plies in the enemy's front, he cannot gainjlhe neaboard. He is now between two rivers, la- boring under great disadvantages. His in- fantry is straggling in Urge bands, with a wild, unsettled country before him. New York papers publish the following dispatch' dated Cincinnati, Dec. 3d: An officer who has just raacbed here from Nashville gives an interesting, and doubtless a correot, statement of the battle of Franklin. He says that prior to that event, which was a sharp but bloody con tiict, the Confederates pressed the Feder- als closely fcom Pulaski to the place where the battle was fought. A portion of Hood's army made a sudden onset, and for a while...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 January 1865

fehe gulp (kirgraplL. Howrew «S*g aetO *. fkn. tt lmm*'* i *t*laeel Oecalr/, ta Mi**i*s«p.>t, will r«>are to bis e«MS " tae we tfirtWf. d«•urns* tori " •Jb? li (*• *•£ A**- 'a- ibade, la Mum wtah rfcatof ffct cWn * Mtiin4*. srfa«aa«s *" • •i? *•: pUduriaf Its eoatlueaaoc Tbs ssemj '^onqo«r a«" fUv' • Arst saw-* <*** ■ Wei* «aa> fHf wr W<*tle<a Ifc-W M4 sflelsta ' flMt juW...i«oe. mTwiii Kwilwi *e (fee >rt daei.of eof% jralf aa4 prinrisioas. B«f>er(eude KIV lM;f jffc)$UAi), «Ju« T«w Is 90—ilSioi IMMMi apprrfariliVoji «s XmMtom* ?<H .fei* «rs|f yesposibka Teas* *#*ttks pulsions enough fur two J*™ !*? *«'• «* *rtd ,f «"u- <ssUy hiiKtiiiiiil, >WiW d « T.ry far to- werds«*intaiuingiur for another «•«< . rjS SS52f£^^ volfhtg I he publio M well ae individual 'iltimn. Ws fre^e 10 offer aoh oou- slderbtloaeea ifce sabjeot as Men to be Ja*«l«i /w*Vv*!< ",u' 01, oaarse, Um ptiai arostsHj la on sdequsts Btseaaft of profUioue It will not do for toe soaUey «...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 January 1865

THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKJbY TELEGRAPH. ■s ▼OL XXX—NO. ltl HOUSTON WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4, 1M5. Items o! laiereet. President Lincoln was burnt in effigy, in Loudon, on the 5th. ("Gunpowder Piot day,") so says the correspondent of a New York pager, who add*, Mr, Linco'n would laugh at the grotesque manner in which he is libeled. Such a long, gaunt figure; such crimpy hair; suoh big start, and eo many of ihem. I merely notice this to shnw y^u tha it is tbat is opposed to coin. 1 1861 all the North. In 18 ▼or of the South. H & uly the arisl cracy licy of Mr. Lio- d was ifl favor of glaod is in fa This,result is due to the b id management of Mr. Lincoln. He has uco >eded id mftking.the cause of the Uuion unpopulai throughout Europe. "Jliu New York Expres, publishes the following letter from 8Uphen 11. Branch ; Philadelphia, Pa., Not. 19, 1864. 1 recently sent the following letter to on* whom 1 raised from poverty to aiflu ence, and from obscurity to munioipal and ufvio'iat fame Dear Joti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 January 1865

4M«M «MW{f4M«*4M^9«M!flMir 1'rofan^afd •IttiM, that "thing* eqaal to Iki Mae thing art tqoit t «V" wtjjtyt it M oar editorial J UU*IU* JAMU*** - g^i MlisiWppi U the iw«l •M/ImX' M^JI D^. a. UU. Dl.^Uik. 4. rang nrp t'iiiMR. wwisbttk m were I of~ner, sof heroic JSKSBTttsrs HA EZs) i .*I & lAluUl. lflSfc==Ke 1 ^vtiwrirr •dt 01 V*?- t-rt— r-rtd, t<ti 0" *!f*I iM Pii'rliMiL.. hi 1..6*. W Oi ate turner OrMk, DiWttt •-■■■■",rr B 4 <J«r<on...<uWUn-— n.u i i ir y«' ^WOB| ileh Boi ■D^M QVvnjj ■Bn Wb! w d*ret 'iif-cfe wini« wftimoftoo oo........ IWahtpji •in wtTerVili irJ on the HiMMi) - lud\o Vtotfr* subscription ■>H Hirtert iwHI W*M4to~U7 ihnni ttWinte Auu Devil. River istha fa- ther af lisa. The Devil ia the father Of jffyp'*: JV^>, ete. Travelers bear us oat Jn .]>*he application. S9L' ' ' The pubtioation of oar dispatches yes- terday «f U>« atreets, caused quite a gloomy fcoU«f. far mat* thaawaajasti- fled by the ciroamsfencee, There have been enough upe and d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 January 1865

()• . Hampton, m one of .he most con- «pt«uou8 actors in this grand Confederate drama, says the August* Constitutional- ist, deserves to be remembered with those kniphtly worthies who hate equaled or mrpassed historic sires sad ' K-ptthe light of chivalry i Alight in hearteofa* d-" , II<• is tbeBertrand if tbe East ah For- rest is ibe Cid of the West. Victory per- ches on his crest, aod invincibility lurks in tho whirl of bis sabre. He b<is dote, in a measure, tor the cavalry of Lee, what Epaminondas did for Thebes, found it sewering and made it glorious. The min- strel ota later day will dwell upon his iame with peculiar rapture. The coun- try, at large, nay the- World itself^ has his record by heart, and tb&t- record, unlike thai of his fellow cavaliers, is the epitome ■ol shining qualities in the domestic oirole auti the clangor of the fray. Since tbe day that the Black Piince charged by the side of his father, no more ettblime spectacle has been presented to the world ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 January 1865

®ri-Weriri| iele| yk HOUSTON. JANUARY 4. 1—S. ht fergeeitO. W. Mm, or rwriu*s DlrUlw tl Ctvalr/, la Mlesleelptf, iU rsutre to kit **■ mk4(kNi Ik* kk tHMNi. He vM| m« leuere Mrktofree. *11 other*, charged U(««u«Mlf The Oeafefwete I alee pwir* . AV . „ , . ... of 4* i* t0 be >al4 by the ssadsr. BniUatni enxione tbet General Price ahonld be Iti utkiicflce. 1* M ! 5B We tore Mhtwnorog date* of 24th. 1U> "Honing Call" contalna little of interest. The Charleston Mercatj uyi that Ool- Adam R. Johneon ia living and In • tor way ot recovery. ■ >•! ll< * '* ! • ■ - ' We hadth* pfamire of meeting Lt. Col. J. Walker, of Pjicea lugimeat, in town yea- tardajr, and are glad to notice tbat be baa ao fbr recovered from the terrible wound received at tbe battle of Lafourche Crossing, Louisiana, in 1983, a* to be able to assume command of hie noble regiment again. ,, r f f< , , j We regret to learn through a letter re oeived in toie city, from the Clerk of the Confederate States Court f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 January 1865

!>• THE HOUSTON TRUVKEKLY,-Th.. TOL XIX 30 192 HOUSTON FlUDAT JANUARY Q, 1865, ft Jiepurt ot Hie Untied «Mai*e (.ecretaty Ul I lie Tre* «ry. The Federal Saoretary «f the Treasury's R?port reviews the financial measure* a'Jop'ed since ihe outbreak of the rebel lion. In seveiui authorised Issues of bonds, pay incut of pritioips' maturity Ml ooin is not specially previded for. The omission, it is believed, was^ acci- dental, as there could have been no inteu tiou 10 mane ft dMlinctiou between thedif f« rent i.iasset of g(puri'i<s in this respect. The Secretary reei®"®®®^9 'ba< all doub' | j be removed by legislation. The act of I & June last authorial* the Beoietary to dis IW'* pose of any hondl known as 5-20s, re* "In ining unsold: It is *■ least questiona- | ble wheihor by this clause power is con- I feried to dispose ofan amount beyond that i fixed by the exiting l ws. Additional | legislation may remove that doubt, should I Congress think it advisable, otherwise they m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 January 1865

B. ■. C0 ®I*O. Witef F mtmm HOUSTON. JANVAHY 5. 1865. Mimtl OV TU1 MTNhM et oar wjpjrtlUh u iuuU, um raoMfte vf my « wfcom fkreon J mdimM twbnml 0 9rv*ri S,Sftes .•U.D-W't.. BtnchMH'*. Sa.ttoS .r: ife. zt2#rsr«.„ k Daren d n eKKgBs^BSSS* igpSEEgttr Liberty. Ll!>#rty.............. btOMi IiWB ,a?5S3. ,w w Key .0 II PUtveD 'or J95r* "!• #i«, • 9 w«w brt couiity~ Cotor «Jo. HMM *•*> nfl. u<* Prtdrii t^fS^welT.'..'" Port 8niHT n. fnl^Ti.... jPifeE Hoond Top,lf«y«tte Hoon<) |t«M, 0 f Koand ftMk, Win Ki BtOOM ;::;iWLWy "-^?rOTw tj| liuMila . ...AB M <3lnw .0 W TaMe 0 K«r)(0 0n ::::3r^Sr .....a fp.m .A.W?J Mhct MM, UfiMMna. JDr O W P<tU . Ool A NetU _ M M*rjr B Vw> OrJ W D*T*nJ ort uaftdftmpc «u. We ire aow nearly tbroagh the fourth year of th« war. If becomes Wk to ask what we have accomplished, and what re- quires to be dowf.^ ('' We eatered npon the -war weak, indeed, almost powerless la every military view. We had ^ trained soldter, scaroely a moahat or -a oaanon, o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 January 1865

lie lea to er- ileo try 31- :it- iil- av- or- ,'ltO the his iin- Jad its ion be <ol- thc of old Allt hat lit- •ch -'proiuots of Stales dio ared in imuireo- j tiou." He is required 10 J«>nd f ir j the faithful di charge of his duties; "and I that he shall not engage direotljr or iuili-i redly, in the furchio c.fpr.ducs on ipriva'e account, nor bo in any way inter- ested iu the products purchased, or the proceeds of profits arising i herefrom " All pei sons, except such as may be in the civil, military or naval service of the Government, having "products" in their posptssion, ownership or control, have authority to uonvey pr duots to places of § purchase, for sale to the agent. Whenev- er any person shall make application t> j, the purchasing agent in writing, setting forth that he "wns or controls products, 1 stating the kind, quantity, or location '.vl thereof, or the date at whio'n it will be " {delivered at some specified location, ac- cessible to transportation, the purc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 January 1865

r IriptoUlfrltgfxpfc HOUSTON JANUARY <>. mmmmmmmmm.xirM "'Wisi?. tmvjm We do not disguise the fact tif.i-MM flsBBlsr* hare occurred to oar arm* in OoccgU oiid Tennessee. They arc of ft character not to inspire as with any an* manly terrors, bat witfc a fall sense of the dangers of oar sttaatidb, and with venewed and more determined reeolntions to pat forth the exertions and strength wbieh will icabt thoenemy an-' oar country from enstoTeneai It is evident that the absence of so large a proportion of oar soldiers from their places in the ranks, his enabled the enemy to outnumber as and to gain deci- ded advantages. It may be, and we be- lieve is true, that we have also been out- generaled, oatmanoeavered. More tbaa eighteen month* ago we expressed oar great confidence in the military abilities of General Johnston, aod deplored what seem- ed to be then the President's want of traatta him. We believe that Gen. John- ston possessed the comprehensive and pow- erful mind, the apprec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 January 1865

t ii TOL XXX—HO 193 THE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY HOUSTOW MONDAY JANUARY 9, 1865. j^EGRAPH. ag -tu;m t-< WKOLi irui V A 8huevipokt, Deo. 28th, 1804. Ed. Tel —vWell, Christmas hasjame and gone, and 900a another year wjlf bitva passed away with a 1 its failures and tri- umphs—its joys and sorrows. Nor baa ft differed from the many years tbiai have preoeded it, iu that the sorrow's bay# been largely iu the ascendancy. Suoh \i life. Have you a numerous and interesting ©If spring? If so how have you been able.to capture Christmas preteuts for ths little fellows ? That baa been the question here with affectionate parents. Oar streets were somewhat enlivened to- • 5 day by a brass-baud, imported, I believe, from Polignac's command for the benefit of > the self-styled "Congress Club," who pro- 1 pose to astonish vulgarians and the world by a grand ball tc-night. And speaking of the/>oj jjaZ/oi,. the vitlpvt, the rabble, reminds me'of a decidedly rich thing I lieard from a friend the other...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 January 1865

lriJWwMgf*tyia| k it HOUSTON JANUARY 1, 1866 Alii •V VM VKlKUBAPii. A mt MkMritsn. we tmWI* Wmtmw mssz .V .4 Dawn ..„ .tin p eo«i _ wind* til .Jfa P fOenlatt gss'&aa^—.--sp -..jm— dspecdsJ>2^Wasni Ston.—-"J * flekapoo, Andersen co..,. - «J * Lexington, <• tiraose <cokh*rt, t nUitv, litiioo. ltionvtlte.M dl on - -F.W Harm* _oteht irjf Kyle . Dickson Qresory _ eDOfMUU ...Tho« w Key ~ HPOtrwlH Rutherford WJwope. JiVud ■jtlll. Aftdt 00 w w. . . - , BUM -— M wrtaht rauofc:*,Ci mal........ .Mrs Mm Benner iMe. Rjbitt county. .Geo. J^nf- ite===3W8-L i.Cai.lwell Dr. W Onueturner - ""*m ........... .ThoeJtartln .lohmond, fort Bend - oaod Top,# oand B West St " '■ k- ■ me. Ageift/on'tks JUrriebanr Bevto Agett HouIm * Tens they mb will mver as by forward r fesy bi| have for w* to toy of Um MrtoBt.yUi g.TLunlo, Van* fc Bw- . .. IwrtntOiulMhuB * Co. . co. , v " Our remarks upon Education the other • day^KP®*r to hare attracted the attention of the President of ono of our "Universitie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 January 1865

T ■ the coat collar. 41 These prisoner* were brought from Poln . Lookout under charge of a strong guard of the 26ih Regiment Veteran Reaeve Corps, commanded.!)? Lieut. M. 8. Adams, who was instructed to keep a oloee watch ov«r First Assistant Engineer Ahem and Midshipman W. D. Hough, who are repor- ted to be dangerous characters. Assistant Surgeon Emory is a native of Washington, and was born in the First ward of this city, where his family resides at the present time. He is a young mair, about 20 years of age, and went South at ,the breaking out of the rebellion. Young Emory is,|We believe, a son of Gen. Bina- ry, of the U. S. army. With these prisoners is a man by the name of W. Dulany, who says he is a citi- zen of Baltimore, but who was found on board the Florida at the time of her cap- ture by the Waohusett. He claims not to be connected with the pirate. The prisoners were all committed to 'he Old Capitol by Col. Ingraham. The crew of the Florida aro all at Point Lookout, where...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 January 1865

-5W H&urnm. jAfwAnv 9,_u * Upon the p«niul of President DovU' Heesofe, Governor Brown, of Georgia, prepared a apooinl moange to the Legisla- ture of that State* miarepretfefttiug to some extant, and denouncing in the most vio- lent terms, the recommendations of the Prendeot $$ to the repeal of exemptions from corafafoik £U concludes as fM. w-. .BITOQ U ^n H *• U l/;r« AViilKl *«< {'**■' 8Mb a lav, It seaverta eeea- , ... . . J reli- gion* pririUgM oftbs peopl* at hit feet. Irn the biaeetaseveraauui, d«*p*tl* as It te, has bh dM<4 to ttseyt aay seek eitrouhaMls IHI the lifcertto el tat peepleef ike Uattei States. I *Uk la a4vaaee te MWr ay selsaM pretest vfeteb if Ike lows: Whea tbe Hi to the wuesetfMwsiTMH, aetsetie Vnt • DMMh tad prMUates the IIMr Oes ef the < try, ike tadspeMsaee ef Iks prees, aad Ike floes privileges ofibs people at kit feet. eoalaal this mastroaeH a*epte< ky Oeagrese, will aot only entfaaferH ■ oer cease, by breaking 'he spirits of ear people, wk...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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