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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1861

S. mmm % Newip proTMne T"har*laj «irb ujbgriq t'lsgtopq NewspapSrdevotS lo Kews, Politics, Internal lm j PTOTMaenta Iitaratnre,*c., is toned every Tuesday Thursday wUrtmg■ir tiW.at* o-riaei. Contains all the li raatwr.Mid wise lyaadu i>abll hs*eW* i i.WnMr.yniasH.t eeojtesfor mallia#..—,. !> of tb Trt-*e«* ■' £ -v- * - Sgi:; w# *. h. < 4 10 1 .* t "*t ■ it. -- :' •'•• > '•;•?'' - • > - mr - - : ' -v•si. k*jg:'.^5 ft PUBLISHED ON MAEST STREET, BETWEEN CONGRESS AND FRE3T0X, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. H. CUSHING. T TridayoEev SR"..^ 1a *W 1* voi„xwii-.\o 6.1 LAWYERS. JOHN T. BBADY, Hoostou, Texas. Practices 3 of the- State and tbe 8u- t Galveston, jane twif - TUESDAY, APRIL, 23, 1861. . u X ME - -Li al , *•. i/meet •m tem _ OddVeUwi B H,So. Arcane Steeeta, oppaaii«CHd Capital wy evU5ifng. -**J--Woi> K. G. ll. D.'ftoter, "SecV J. C. otinoBD, «. g. Aaraeaut.. Treaa. * /«d. ii. i* - 8 WS tP TEMPERANCE, • Jan 10,3m GEO. W.GU2S3. JA3. KtP. K£C022> GUESS dc BECOKO, * tw*l«erl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1861

mm 23, 1861 i*fe, by a > ray that M^fir ■ beg a at 4J in tke I have hrm 4) ia the i fob Iks i * < then 'ly ignorant toal aae of arms or I The project is wo favor, and may practicable. * 3®" "Old Red with the following so: "to Cashing, in Hou ton,U e Thia letter hii hind hath s Hsp'og tha pott mis wl s we re takes the pains ti And ifhe it bothered toftad t point him aero«$ at tV . he letter came enclosed subscription A POLITICAL ik>k.—It i3 proposed ! of t ton. so that oh; would not be i proper and effec- •ils of esmp life. ' of consideration and desirable and ns a letter with iptioa : r doth send J him there r the fare, >S preoS." hoad and the .11 right. > — - got up of Mtizans i Air a con- 5 candidates have, heard «f before, that we be- : and impolitic because we > of the past week t in the opision. at stake—when aiaority, under undue power, > unsatisfactory me for coDren- We observe that a e&H and signed bj quite a v various parts of vention to assemble to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1861

* gE? . Tennessee Troop*t «■ *■ > - USCOlJl! Galtistow, April 18, 1861. 6. £9Mpfcm Ber- isjs' Ut«r news, r- he #t I230. '«lock to-4 y. - Wasmsoros, April IS.—No orders hare jet bee haoed to blo«lcade the Southern parts, at ate* Hw mails. Tto tes issued orders to gar- rison Harper's Ferry Arsenal, Forts Wash- ioar Monroe and others. A Massachusetts and New York regi- ment goes U> P&rt Monroe. Ike roisie between Philadelphia and Washington is to fee guarded, by the Wes- tern troops. . Noawrcit, Cons., April 16.—The Gover- >r of Connecticut orders the volunteers to rendeiTous at Hartford. CtxcxKSAri, April 16.—An immense seting held last night toted to sustain the government at all hazards. There is great activity amongst the military. The Home Guard are preparing for the defence o? Hie city, it),009men are in the H the special dispatches to .set of organizing. The merchants have stopped shipping goods to the South. «T * WisHHMiTOH, April 16.—Go*. tetcher favors the format...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 April 1861

•v,-' -TV. I 1 March SO, 1861. ( aadsroigaed are a ' the CosveBtion, to prepare a of its prweedingj. with to the pee- i crisis of America, lion of i was tJ^e sr movement, wit' at confederacy cf i" best means, if not. essential In This State, the 1 by the question ol t from all other States; a result had no of it was secession, by the assuri Hen adTocaies ad separate " and j on the Ii secession, but unii " PPtftaH m an incident, i on secession :d to pjomp ; expresalvo public "sentiment ompt facility for its au- n ; and a. call of the earnestly claimed a3 the s. It is Qeedls=3 to recite the known particulars of Executive n to the secession movement ; subject of that opposition must in mind, in ordertc understand action of th*.' State. As a against Executive (Sctation in our government and agtfnst a ruinous " ration of the Federal government, )e had but one mods of action; prescribed by ancf for themselVes, declaration of rigktk in our State In follows: os 1. All political power is in-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1861

S at Hasoaio Hall" Main atr«t nights 9 th«s«lond ax .1 «■ - . J" •• , MEKT3 onthenightof the first Mon<2 L o f 9TCTy month, at Masonic Hail. ' " A. 8. SIOHARDSON, i>.^ 6*o. H. Bhin'.nras-r.Sec'y. janHay —— Houms council, aft 2. t, ^ S • • MBBT8 onthsnt^ftiof the second Toss- day ot evary month, atCauaoil Boon, its- sonic Hall, Houston. _ ^ " C. .T. GBAIN3K,*. ft «- |£ j £ily €kxo> H isuescKSTi -£e$T« * '**rfc 'art, Recorder. K~. TU nijhi ofthe l—I H tra*f Xsy & , Maatefc J T. O. r off* Lj at 0< ArenasS USE STAR U>86£« t Odd Fellows Hall, comer Main and | 1# Streets, Opposite 014 Oapitol every day evening. Br.iJ. Wotr !f. 0. H. D-Corrt, SeC'y. Jan.12, tv ' S9NS Of TEMPERUTCEi meet everv Satarday Jen -Vs- -—- PUBLISHED ON MAIN" STBEET, BETWEEN CONGRESS AND PRESTON, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. U," CUSHING. F-V. • w.. \rII«]\T0 7*\ TTODAY, APRIL 30, 1801 [WHOLE NO. 1419 MK W nbefipe-a* *** 2t~* - LAWYERS. J BAIBWIS, Attorney r. t taw, rr?mt<,a, -re xjL - - - Ktrr.l 18G0-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1861

of the patriot S shows act of hastiHQr ti tfte Ww^higton for a place in lb* a, eminent. Te on, w already - '** -great battle. It wi nre wc shall bare i Polk, and the I stoat hearts osteal that is t almost as welt, and of/her territory, a bulwark againi i Wcs;. r betwpen us a: of :Ke wrong acgU apleaUid*Sl'&te i made neutral offered vaaion from arylaod stands Iike- Arkan forma - of 1MB. Ike day of tria^ ha*e tost, f "Worth go with the North-ai The Confederate the thread of their being but one possib' that is oiit 1W( now Tiotory, and with it ihe firm M<*blisii- " "Tnent of our institatrtns, the seenriag of Utile Delaware is all > poor Httl* State Let it ijr wi it* seising I As far there : tefminatiiB of the e question or death. our population ■got yautage, the. l .tiara .of the eoi . of us our surplus boiders of alare holi or ob tha o ■ of Utii font of aia' fertile farm* * 1 desolation and t domestic violence, coma^rce to our own in* up of the apiaul-- tke opesin^ af afe- i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1861

- , -M- Boston !f Iky armed off the bar fast eveaiag, ~ T>ba£ MILLER, d men tie (Si^edi m Bmnraa, Apni 20.- saOTiag in ail directions. I Tl Mayor and (Joreinor hswo notified President Lincoln tlat no more troops tan pass Baltimore unless they fight their way Through. Lincoln replied that no more troops will bilrraghl through provided they afle nn- molestedly allowed to pass around Bslti- 20th—The Boston fifth Boston fiyiag.artiltry 1st teg- Washington iwm. sion tVeasott s[ifl,kt moo sfr<m& next Tuesday, a^ening from The catside sUamsrsr it is dftoontiaued, and the Ber- rfLfte port.'ofO*M' in\ tot. . aWBockatte and that it hrhfc-mt—tufai to wforca h mah jjU command. frigatdfPiMfBee an.,l An- ftr supposed they hare Ueen ordeoiilto it {jitiiS it f Sfceve isSii> mail commu^cat'-'n: beyond Baltimore, owing, it is rejfort^ro the «te- jUuetion of a railroad bridge, pear Balti- more for the purpose of detaining a large body of troops boani for "Washington at Havre de Grace. *rI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 April 1861

i qniok aad oon- T lh.it a fi-ot noted war rtUble. Every *ct ot th^&tw Presi- > a deep design to gradually i pariy to the fightiag point. His , circuitous journey from bis home jlon, and his i during that tour, a war fteling in iho, Northern is defieiani. people. On been able fe fit he mest formi- >agresa and in the Pesos Conference for not a word was heard from ; any disposition to Concede South her rights. His Inaugural s intended to deceive and to cover up his 1 designs, and unfortunately it has de- is- ceivea even many in high position in the It declares the union unbroken . he will Sithfuily exe- t Saics in all the Stales, " unless my {hit) rightful matter, the American people, shall withhold the requitite meat*. That he he *ill hold and occupy and f OSSESS the the PROPERTY and PLACES belonging to • Government, and collect the duties oh m- With all this, he Says there shall no bloodshed, unless forced en the NO INVASION, NO USING OF 3E, beyond vrhal may be necessary f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 May 1861

MEETS onthenlgfctef th« tint M< of ev«v month, at Ma30nicSs.il, Mi i.S.BKJHJLKDSON,H. Gao. n. Bai:, (.HuusT.Sec'y. i*c P. jacM 1* V0L.XXV!I ^0 8.1 TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1861. !WHOLE NO. 1420 HOUSTON COUHCH., J#. 3 " St . >S6 SriTfc® MBETS on the night of the secondTue«- r_of every month, atCoj.;cil Boom.Ji*- , nut,. LAWYERS. jan&41 J T. 1.%. M. aio. HBamBHTRST, Sec'y. !!• 6> neDOKAlD, A ttoraey and Counselor utldiw, Wasahachie JX. Kliis Co.. Texas. april 15. wtwly '61 vnv fsn&sr.'tW Tl TESTS «nth night ofthsieeond Jridayofev- M «, -oath, at. th. Ujg-jJgSgfS * *• ■oiuton. "A. J. B. D t< Ewrdir C. 1*1 ly. I. o. O. F. 0 R. HAST. T jr mrpl BART & HtUKX, " A ttjarneysat l.aw,Sherman, Grayson connty, A Texas. Will practice tn an the Courts of North- ern Texas, and In the Suoreme and Federal Courts at Austin and Tyler. AU business entrusted to them wai he prompt}- attended to decBly W«. AKBiEs AHDEES, i. W. BsssmsoK. iijflilKKfiOl? So A ttoraeyaat taw,—Office 2d Story Buc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 May 1861

MAY 7, 1861 99" We Houston & Tel pany have of their rail-ray to transport ua'Ur government ileratooil that the dier would, at amount to $4, and i to service of four !ars per ila-, and pi not less than twenty- dollars within two or tbi is a to learn that the 'rat Railway Com- Qot. Clark the ose ins, free of charge, inanitions of war, . .When it is im- portation of-a sol- over the road, this may amoant e thousand dol- ly will amount to forty thousand months, it wiD of liberality endablegtand Worthy of note. Company, by its liberal policy, ▼or efofthe people. MiH # i the favor < OM PBltATESRIXG, of the New York merchant*, President Lincoln to jio- piracy against all^essels which shonld sail under lettensof marque issued by the Government of the Confederate 8lates, was so abhorrent it o all the dictates of civilization and humanity, that the dia- ling it was generally regard- ed as a telegraphic canard: But since the report has not been coalfldieted, and Lin- coln has actually fu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 May 1861

. • • . ft . THREE DATS LATER T Drite* rrea Federal Ca*ft l I A SECESSipMST .SHOT! ra Virjiaia te Moat- M7* Tie War Feelia? la Virginia! R. ¥ 7tk refuses t«cese South! 71st lagtaMBt ft Matiny j Speetal Dispatch to" the Houston Telegraph. 0alv*<!to*, May %—The steamship Texas, with three days later telegraphic •ewa arriTed here at one o'clock iiis P. M. She brings the foHewmg intelligence: iuchmosd, April 30.—The State Conven- tioa has elected Ex U. S. Senator Henter, Wbk d Ritte«, Judge Brockenberough, Mr. Stopei and Jirfg«CaiiipbeU, Delegates from Virginia to the Coatederate States at Mont- gomery. Aiexandrta, April 80.—A Special ex- press to the flaxetti eaye that the long bridge over the Potomac ai Washington is guarded <m the North side by a large force of Federal troops and on the Soath aide ty V-rginians. It is reported that the Federal troops are • now in occupation of Arlington Heights; ^4 also that a United States steamer is to be off Alexandria, and thai all fish cau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 May 1861

Glory Calls Us! of t is 10 the itr&raant of the to govern themselves of the people. South Ci y, has her quota : for the rfght. i call with patriotic States of fey their right to the will , ohivalrio, the field, responds Gal- Mi ssiseippi's stalwart sons ate there. Fiorida, not Lciiiad lier sifter States too. Louisiana, nat content with gal'ant representative, Beauregard, shows her sons ready to follow their wherever he lisis. Georgia, noting her posiuou as the EiO^tre of the South; and the "Old Detain - it U true, but combining ofery that dignifies her claim to the M the "Mother of States, and of is in the field, and by her own :r soil in all probabiiityf the ground, upon which our freedom kRepublican domination is to be of all the Confederacy, is done sted in a contest which her p#o- ave almost unanimously ci i tki bt, thall there be none mloriet of the poet, i the future f I answer there, and join our bro [ or woe, and wherever rolls ! fed. to I new f—ve for tide of agest, the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1861

fmtstoi Ingraft morafa*. at 8 o'clock nfcfw at? t^k^-rtkJes. flxeS^C^mercU peTSgrwphs ofihel'ri-Weel: morn in?. lv. an-l $ S 00 mi 1S>> n I i 7'ij!lrT rnmmfr 'r&zzhs* - H. Kanumtrrrrfi^r- j*BS4'6tlr- PUBLISHED. "ON MAIN STREET, BETWEEN CONGRESS AND PRESTON, HOUSTON. TEXAS, BY E. E. CUSHING M tof the frit cHsil, il ia LD30H, H. I . to. JsnMlp NO. 8 l«5V = ,, tr', -r ' ' = 9.1 TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1861. WHOLE MO. 1421 LAWYERS. WCHS • the Bight 9t the second Tee#- - * "T naj\t - — c. j. uuiian, t. i. a. u. kty Sn.B8f.wmur, See>., jsastagstpssasftsigs fcoa . j.-rsrssrssssi St J?. F. CHEW. Burleson, am, Courts of _ Grimes and Austin counties, and attend U> «* business anywiiere in theStsfe, lasBSl w wly C, i. o. O, SL L?Odd isUnmK U-torot-r**ia aaS « u Areas* Mueti, ogjoMUOy O&pitol .mft. Jo- **. . Conw, ^ee'y. S. 4 t-TscHft.. Trea*. Jnn.t9.lT HOUSTON LTCECM. me*U*f?of tWI torK.W. . 0. Ii<TW*D, ¥.0. !•$ I i. brjlifoh .£ l. a. abxhl7.0mb1b BRANCH ft IHEBC'ROJIBIE, ict.&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1861

-go, Davit, A J.O STaet Prjor, Louis We don't i information, tW if he Uuitod States i« Umakes .& the Whole iu *il it* most minuce I three Waskia^ ton City, by Jeff, ipben*, Robert Toombs, Benjamin H«e«r A> gfalL. '< «f <nnue genus. Herald got its eaa inform the editor d tbe history of tie purpose, lie. would leirned from that source that the I all plaa^sd, arranged, and pirtislij carried out eighty odd year* ago. He would have koowa thai the Southern people are only finishing what the men of the revolution then began in many of the Republican of the Korth, editorials bewailing tie want of a leader for the Northera mili- tary spirit, and some of them are asking the Lincoln government, which they them- selves have placed in power to step aside and yield its plaoe to men ef mettle and of genial sufficient to direct the storm. No such feeling is ever manifested in the South. On the contrary President Daris has exhibited all the qualities which most become a great ruler in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1861

tmm Vohnrteersare pcorflSg in. The line is block*(tod troo$ faft Virginia. Xbe latiTIS ifi? along the roaJ shower ra^as by the Jrashel an the volun&f&e. AU the wo- C1T V COUNCIL. The Board of Aldermen met in regular a>MMERCIAL. TEXAS ITE7IK. XJie Indianoln Courier says that Lieut. Whipple, U. S. Ar, who had been taken prisoner there and released upon pnrol left ludiauola for New Orleans on the 1st inst., and tljat just previous to his depar- i hire lie wrote a letter to Col. Van Darn saj'iug that he did uot recognize his parole as binding. If this i$ -true, whalevei Lieut. Whipple's appreciation of his own WEI.SON CLEMENTS. COTTON FA pT.OR General Conunissioa Merchant, i meeting at council/t*i amber on Thursday niglit—preset^, Ills Honor. Mayor Hutch ings, ami Aldermen Lord, Bringiiuist, Fleishman, Taylor, Anders and Rouse. The minutes of liist regular and '-^leil meetings were read* and approved when council proceeded to business. H RKKl.V KBVIKW. ofen Ku<irr*<l«rt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 May 1861

; NiMtl * igiptejfS I • dwp.thei (form*. v-. 1 thought mr Joy « Ace • rolled or sUn lookr.l down My joy la ralaf ry. On, t'UOT, my Prolan sea! unto my friend one afa:—I Mad you a letter from which, r desire you Ut M it is her request that the mh* places should he suppressed I yon win do so, for if a copy of the should get into the possession of the.. Christian philanthropists of the Norib who mourn over the bondage of oar It might go hard with the lady's husband, sod, perhaps, with herselt The gentleman who baa been mobbed was once engaged tn tlrt capacity of assistant editor hi Texas, and is well known to the citizens of Houston as well as to yourself. I have read the letter to many of oar eilitens and regret that from necessity I am compelled to suppress names and places. As yon have the names Before yon, you can add your testimony to ths fact of the letter being genuine. HO&ACE CORE. We have but to say that the readers of the Telegraph wilt at once understand who the sufferer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1861

mm j The provcmeata 1 contains ajlt n*Uer, lr. * t o>cJock. TBI IS. laetvaoc* SGB . J i* «roMT,See'T imid itnUVllj . - ttMMB iafci JMM* . Weeaty.. 'frt-weeklv i * ■' l pas- 2 per matter, 1; . If. ! V of the tostMoeday ison ic E*ll, Main St. 5HABD8QN, BT. ?. •gea'y. Ju ly PUBLISHED ON MAIX STREET, BETWEEN CONGRESS AND PRESTON, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. H. CUSHING. TOL.XXTII-.KO to.! WEDIESDAV, MAY 22, 1861. 1 WHOLE NO. 1422 B. 4 8. *3 a tb* lig&t of i atOeaacil Room* SU- LAWYERS. ■HI , I. I. ( IV, HO8. t of tke seeoadVrlday ofev- *8. ilCHAEDSO^'i.^"' ■ ta ar«i B.J. rALSBB, ** taw, Monifomrri. Taa> ■ i.** pn«tl«« is Montgomery, Grimes anc ¥ateerco ntle« [D et -ly. >860 JnO. IS. CR9CKKTT, 4 A Coonstlor ar Law, DaTIss, Keeps his olOee himself, aad Is always there. South-west comer of the Court House. I. o. O. F. LMb ST&n LODGE, No. l,B«t St Odd fallows Hall, corntr Main ssd Texas Aveaae Sareeta, oppoattaOld Capitol ■very Tuss- M.D.Cora, See'y. t C. 9MM , V. 0. 8. AtrscaOL. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1861

l/dtjtapl ...MAY 22, 1861 s&ssa o-m i bii DC RATION THE WAR. during tie ings at 6 o'clock, malls of the sami Jim hOTfafrhaw • .* this week so to be pub- mail arrange- b« pot to press aadj Friday morn; sent off in the A1) ths mails our subscribers of the news int, by each of oor will be placed* down to the latest Tri-Weekly issues. It will not be necessary to send them Extras during the present arrangement, as the pajrfr will contain all the -news received fcrf" two days previous :o the time oi 18 IT SUBJUGATION? The Boston Post, of the 6th iost., is ta- to prove that this North, is not a war ken ap with an war, en the pi of mtyagaiiori. Mob are aa there are those We copy from thai Tbeotjectof the South uiulerstood abate and fall to lie to prove Hs posi- that even at home ilieve the contrary. 75.000 men should be people. If all men in w ar ardor would much paint. Hon " o in the HorUs for that pur- ' ' ~ preserve the Union, the to enforce t1w> lam. Their leaders ■K leaders, of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1861

-wswr- ■ 1 i K Frc* crer fr^Weekly «* Tfrnrstlay ICti. St. -Louis ! the City I i r-. iifitC. fajftruamatiratingat Alexandria of C. 8. Congress f Joins the Ceofederacy : Aaotter Figbi in Maryland!! from Europe! BXMttCV jy COT TON! ijH E[ ' ■■ — etc.. etc., etc. Oaltksmx, May 1*> 1861. Ike steamship Charles Morgan, firom New QrfcMW, "mred at 6.-45 A. M. WisaxxGlo.v, May 10.—It is rnmored that (fc Missottrt :8tato troops, ubtier Gov. Jatitson, ba-remrested St. Ionia, and fhat Mae eight thousand men, dnder Blair, are <fcfe*ding that city. ! Picayune says there fs nothing im- r' in this -Fop weeks now the blicsns under Frank Blair, and rid of German mercenaries from U&a>i*haTe tyraniied over St. Louis, and th* people would he less than Missourians, did they not rise en mas3e and drive them oat _" . * It would have been done long ago had not Blair had possession of the Arsenal, and had guns pointed on the city. • Sr. tons, May 10.—The Western Paci- te Bailway bill was taken u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 May 1861

he aot folly 17th nit. r by the acta the act: efforts «ade by tblisii friendly re- prin- make .uses of ents; United lama- 'e States of Hye thon- iia in- other lietion and States of naval anna- the Confederate orgasixed force to exe- and has issued unoing his Te of the forts, of the goTerameat efthe present tbe following syn Ito tt-M tbe governawbt of the i State* aod the Confederate States, and ts settle all questions of dtaagreement on the two governments i of right, justice, equity proved unavailing, J of the govern««!t"of the i to bold any intercourse with appointed by this gov- pg I dd, or to I to any proposal they i peaceful solution of tty between the two whereas, the President of States of America has issued — i making requisition upon American Union for sevei , for the purpose, Of capturing olds within (J to the Co! and has ate upon tbe co tea of America, and ! equipped a large e the purpose afor his other proclamation I urpose to set on foot ports of the Confederate States:...

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