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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 July 1861

■ W% iaustoit illtlS, Internal irn ed every Monday, at 8 o'clock. Tlie Tri-Weekly telegraph, *ewspiper devoted t J?ew<. pro ements Lilersrar-, Ac.. Is Wednesday, and Fri'day moi The Weekly ftlegraph, > mains all the leading articles. Commercial natter. and Miscellaneouspanwrafh--* ofiheTPri-Week- ly. «ufE published every WedM*^ moraine. TEBMS: Weekly, per annum. In advance- SingWoptesfor malttof —— TVi-W^klyTel^sTapli.pn'timnffl. In advance 8 00 Address B- H- CtJSMSG Publisher. ...$ 3 00 J 2S (JO ... 10 SOCIETIES. * HOLLASD IiODaE NO. 1. A* F< & A- a MKST3 it Jtasonic Sill, Main strut JH Houston,on the aightaofthelsecond aril <Y fanrthWedMSdays of every month. A. 3. BICHAED30K, W. M. «s . H. Bai «BP sT.8ed,T. jan£4 Hilly ^ t«HIVOTOai CHAFTEK, NO. 8, B* A . 34. VESTS esthenlghtof the first Monday of every month, at Masonic H il, Main st. A. 8. KICHA2BSON, H. P. 8«tr. H. B*i f.acuT.Sec'y. janS4 ly HODSTOX COtlNClI., HO. 3. R. ds S. M. MBET3 on the night of theaecond-Ta...

Publication Title: Weekly Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 July 1861

nxAs. bY 10, 1861 M. 0 6* oSkuLS- — )K. :ett. ir Uu T y. D. McB Z. J. ^corr. ii. ii. Ho?f. r Co..... w. Q. Vkal. . swixbells *lane. fKACK PROSPECTS. J. A. OAIB. J.JSI... l-.t!. MoBOftZCD. K 5 vB !>.>,« *, * .. j.w. fc'lzxi.to. - S.W.Smith, \ gbo. w.dxjssaoan J. S. Storey. MaJ. McClasamn*. J*Y*. MCC«J**. Col. W*. M. Taylor. .. j. adrllscb. .. w. f. Swadt. . j.B.mcma* Dr. J. W. Da .. Jso. B. Li ... S. 5. Mini ... B. J. Rrojm. g Ool. J. B. TaYU*. IU W. WY!fl«. Jack Wood. / ¥. B.Baiut. f Bcmstiunr. .. Mark Milltr, f.m. Ulflun. J. E. Georos. P. Da.via, traveling agent for Central and Western Friday, JulyStfC 1861 PROKRES* OF THE WAR. Notwithstanding the blockade' and the confiscation of the mails, hy the robber gov- ernment, we manage in one way or another to keep tolerably well up with the progress of events, our New Orleans dates now to hand being down to the 4th.BL As to the movements of the troops little can be known with certainty. The news- papers are allowed to tell nothing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 July 1861

liT .V> VII* s m ; JULY a, 1861 'ife= TELEGRAPH! from the Schooner Bart! Particular of — the Capture! tapo: Movements at "Washington >rtant firom Richmond! The Steamer Freeborn Kurned i New Outrages at Baltimore. AitflBt of the Police Board J 2 Soothers Regiments in Maryland. Waiting for the Wagon. The Brooklyn after the Sumter. Paas-a-L'Outre Telegraph Seized. The Sumter Escaped. Gaivbstos, July 6.—We are indebted to tie CiYQian Extra of this evening /or the following: We are indebted to Mr. Jas. Price for the folloiring particulars in reference to the o*ptnre of the Dart: The Dart left Berwick's with 16 paaaen- sengers on Wednesday. She reached high lmnd3 about 3 o'clock yesterday. About 12 miles this side she saw a steamer ly- ing to with several schooners around her. The. Dart took to her heels, and after a Htb miles ran endeavored to run on shore, bat was cat off. The steamerfired a 24 pound shot and compelled her to heeve to. A boatswain and 12 men boarded her with order...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 July 1861

) .v.m SuUtl u&! Lo! all the t Let all hearts t f-~V\ -> *Aj*V For Di x l**s b Anar Acd And conquer T**a Hear tbe.Northerr Northern ilatjs lu S' To arms! etc. 3et* them back yonr Stampnion hf : . rur-" i i foarut*'. etc. Advance the :he South'* {treat jur cannon's ringing arms! etc fr*or fiaith betrayed, and . VfroEK* inflict.-1, insnlts To arms! He. Tour Country Call Y«a. OP A*KAS3^. Tun* of +Dixie." r country call jroo! death befall yon! ' to arms! hi Dixie' Ws an? lighted, f united: to arms! In Dixie! i flag of Dixte! 1! ? bnr stand, "e! s! Letter from Fort Brown. Advance the flag of Dixie rs matter ■ i flutter •at:- • Dixie , etc w broker. Dtxie! etc. strong as liona, swift as Back to vheir kennels hunt 10arms! etc. Cut the unequal bonds Let them then eacn other To arms! etc. Advance the flag Swear upon yonr country's • $*tsr to submit or falter; Toarmst etc. "PR the spoilers are _.. 'Tin the Lord's work Is To arms! etc, Advance the flag Halt not. 'till our Federation, Se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1861

I O. riiE Advertisements inserted at of ten agate Hnes for 1st inser additional Insertion for four l oncer times and greater the foPowtm are- our rate* H<-r iqutr*-, >*«j $ fer men * 5?5l^r: for 4 in« hes VTV^w-ekiy or over """J n P ro.tufn >. W€ k«v TZZrSS? fa The Tri-Weekly Telegraph* to Mm, Polities, InUrai tm- Litermiure,*c_ lalwoed every Utmdxy ; sed Friday momiM, at < o'clock. Weekly Telegraph, •B the leading artlclee, tfce News, Commercial ' mareUaneoaa paragraphs of theTrt-W«eI If, tat is published every Wednesday morula*. TERMS: Weekly, per annum, In advance. * ' 00 Qabof ten _ ... ti 00 gagto copies for mailing. 13 Trt-WeeklyTslegraph, perannnm. In advance 8 00 • Addrasa E. H. GUSHING PnbH«k r. SOCIETIES. f HOLl * _ m STAB LODGE NO. 1, corner of Oongresa SS'e^^S.ory" PUBLISHED ON MAIN STREET. BETWEEN CONGRESS AND PRESTON, HOUSTON. TEXAS, BY E. H. CUSHING. IT. H. Slab#, Treasurer. hmssn.Sec'y. Ed. Emuu. P. 8. |ulyU,ly & 91XANO I/O DOE HO. 1. A. F. A A. M. SU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1861

' "fia as. TEXAS. Lr-&~ "V LY...J0LY 17, 1861 F. FOR joh* governor, AIBBOCK. vernor, M. > "vOOKETT. uK TVlI.t/O" Aseih-. for ietrrapli. I> "Tc00?tALI>. ":;, . • J'k •>- t" Z"3.^CjT' [k>nhnm. tannin Co.—-j*. h. h. hoffar. • SM.it! n>, Parker Qk^st.. W. 6. Yxal. Pdl*> ~ sw1xdkl8 A i<a5x. Cxrfcy** w..„. J. A. O.VC8. ti M - - — -i-4 "r^!tA5TV. Burnett —<- K &dflbu2r, .san Saba. —j. w. Fleming. 9onzale* -^s. w. Smith, , klowerd.iie~..—— ny, duxsaoax. Cotton Gin. .fa™! Stobet, Prospect . .. MaJ. mcClasahan. Vib'stlne... Ai-K McClUltE. lYockert ctol. wm.m. Taylor. Columbia ma J. AlttURX ^w. F. SVAnt. mmm )<ockhart.— Tyler — Bastrop.™ l*a <}nuue.. )J. B. McMaro*. — -.j)r. J. w. Dav^port. bno. b. lubbccs. rshtl j falling's ferry ^otwUe. Hant?viUe Mclvi«. ney HUHN?n Lexington •vine... rS. S. muxgzb. . b. j. rhgve. . Col. j. b. Taylor. . 11. w. wose litis Wood. |a b. Bailey. ^^ffqsp llfnry. ' RX vlller. k}?. musdixe. J. E. Utoaos- DaavM Alto... WII ton ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1861

BY STOTE i Sfi. l«*rftUOWing ftr the Richmond Dispatch.: HI With your p«rmi«sion, I wish tw correct a sMfemnt «r the bru h at Edward s Fer- ry, is yora edition of the 2lat ins£., cooied from the Baltimore Son, bat which origi- nated in the Washington Star. The real state of the case was this: Up- on hearing that the enetoy had advanced as far as Edward's Ferry, on the Maryland aide of the rivei", Colonel Hunter, sta- tioned at Leeaborg, 4 miles distant, order- ed one company jf Infantry thither, to take their position on the Virginia side, to act as a guard and to harrass the enemy as mnch as possible in case of an attempt to cross. In fact, I cannot say with certainty tb&ftbere was a whole company sent, at any rate not more at that time. So that there was no regiment visible, and conse- quently no intention to march npon Wash- ington. Their fire was directed to an offi- cer and several citizens, I think, who were crossing Goose Creek, which runs into the Potomac at this point, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1861

■ i for tbe"!W*r*ph. Of landscape beauty; «rf hiw Oar bol<Je*t of the grand IrAo torment*— *rc-re n uf *tonn \w\ r*ls, bo'h « f '-be braving land ' «l to f .\ pKiicre itu . i^toity r*f*; VTi.. *o HneamerJ*. otitiines «*cen. i« c. e it tuuriul ban J bouId «H To uac«, unto** « koonieon* heaven >ho«k! flu the *«ul «ith its bri«bt fire. A «• di;> the peo in*rr. hlna? tlN^dSL Mtghi Uie hand, thus uerved, aspire To sketch them with a fohfe* pen* In such* laud, 'ueath inch asky. ^ And 'mid such beamy, once there dwell.- So matter who by came, or why We so describe,—a child who knelt. m S£- Frcnn early dawn of prattling tongue. Beneath * mother's beaming eye; And learned, when Ufc and heart were l eos To plume her snlrit .for the sty. Her name? wen. let It be Cleora. It suits as well as any other; Beside* It rhymes quite well t' Aurora.- fair Ooddess, who, a fond lover Mkoma made, oid Troy's Kind's aoit- Tithonus, who could not drop her, ICen when olg age Its worts begun; '? So, in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1861

TM E jtistun Tri-Weekly Telegraph, . Newspaper demoted to News, Politics. Internal iin- ko ements LlteTatme.Ac.. 1 s tssned every Monday, Wn^siay, and Friday morning at S o'clock.. }~pie Weekly Telegraph, ulna all the leadlngartleles, theNews.Commercial er, and SHsceftaieoBs paragraphs oftheTri-Week- f: : Is published every Wednesday morning. ^3 TERMS: kly.peranuHBt.In advance—-—-—...-£3 00 I JfrMVeeklTTelegtapS,per annmi^ advance 8 00 Address B- H. CU8HI5Q FobHsher. nib ot ten •de SOCIETIES. I L. O. Y. LONE STAB LODGE NO. 1, rEET aver* Tnesday evening, corner of Congress L and Market Street, in the 3d Stair- ! T. H. Phots. 5.6. Isaac lailsssb,Sec'y, H. Fcx,vTS. So. rahuma_p. 8. -m " — •> liii; . f - at n | RATES OF ADVERTE IN THIS I'A PEB i Advertisement* lifcertfd at fte raw of *11« r of t n ante lines lor 1st in-sertion.iind i s i 5!fte>nn? Insertion f r lonr in^rtiosj ■ looaer times aod ^re.iter lenxih- oi th^Gtl «**««* • Trt*,« - i i « T W. H. GlaS3, Treasurer, )yl2,ly HO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1861

mmm | (felegvaptj. UQtSTO.V TEXAS. WEDNESDlWt • JULY 24, 1861 R KOIt COVERNOK, I!, LUBBOCK. of kakk1s. TTTR COMKAiroEK IS EESPONSTBLE. Another Bis Me Ahvmt Trxa*. \re have on oneor~t^ occasions referred j We take the following fromthe Richmond Examiner, copied from a Baltimore paper: to the confidence which we all repose in it is reported lhaf.Tudge Sibley, a strong President T*;vis> and his ability to bring | Union man, who recently arrived at Wash- out of the present revolution a great and ! ington from Texas, states that a movement . , .11 j .i i , is on foot to'seoarate Western Texas froiu powerful government, beloved at home audi ,,e rest of „ie ^taie, and ereet it into a respected abroa I. In referring to him wef t'nion State. It is settled largely by Ger- ■ alluded to the feeling of safety which the j mans, and the German press, without ex- sailor, and the passenger has when there ception, favour the measure. xhe Union FOK l<Ii l.T (iOjffc'IJMOB} .JOHN M. t tilX KKIT. i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1861

aSESESSSElZ —-IAat. *> V t!i«j' o BT(9iu«B, M nmon - toeteCWK fantoJrth* Out koM«n of fttmh To tk« tofsai tta li lt« fth Usltcl DUN, Aw «n l*rtW 18S8, m fixed for flpiiiiwK ii «nt 91 tk« of 1 lamix.—ftiai iimtgatprmt-, St*' . t- r, « AaWiaAtMrcKnqrtadat onteBWta®"* Sxmariatr, maJar Snts eflttr' SS, fttritMWt W following: - , .yj, At tea «!dMiait MMlM. kiNite crotw 'rata Hutimbarg inaooaeinjUai a lar(«T«atai force, under S<n- Patlcfpnhad gUempbtdtoar.ca the Potoaiae kit WlWaauport. ul **? Col. Jaekmn'c comuEiuidr muitflBg of Wf**; ■aeau of Viri;a5a tn&atry, OntllMliWiy' i«y of Jljifi| ^pBtwj ma4 UoL ItotuA ""v®.?* numbering ilM In h«riiei —n tW. t force nmoonHnj; to abtmt 4J00 men. AMwy* vuukedtrai On. Jo&agtoo. Ortui WW ®" mediately imri br-three Mjada t ■W* " HartiaMwg.—The lint ander Col.ef a« lit Ktijlui niioot. (nomwr to CoLJBH,l the 2nd under Col. ButaTi or DttStkAiaabw .held (cnbatlnthe M and llth«« iMwM «M MTmnmii.) anderOcn. *• *9 I vttt.tber m ptwivr tkroagh W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1861

— BBKI— V?> fTTON \ 1 \FWS ' made such gallanl fight at Roninev, 1U,YlL 1' • ,M- wWiiaded by a h«yu4*« 'ihtitf pirfcnt from Hashinsrtoa. P. feedings ofihe B. S. Ctagress. Abolitionism open and Aboveboard HEAVY TAXATION. laleris:iiig More «f (he from Virginia ! Fi'ht in Missouri! Over Three Hundred Killed ! Len' itleCulIoch ai Seosha! He is after the Federalists. etc., etc., *tc. .,(■«! ' ■ jalch to the Tclegraob. GaivestoS, Ju'j 16. v, A-iHiNiiTON, July 9.—The report of the ■Secret.! y of the Treasury has been placed b?t'ure Congress Hon. Salmon P Chuac, of tlie Treasury fti his report to estimated the excess of expendt- |Kr receipt dnring the last year at 6__ iK'utis -ind some odd thousands of dollt ^ The .alienated expense, in his reportior the current year, including civil and for- eign intercourse and miscellaneous list are L-ut downut eight hundred and some odd '"onsAods of dollars, lie recommends for la: y,'l >r Itepartment between four and liv 'undred thousand dollars. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1861

Cdcpijf. The Tri-Weekly Telegraph, r demoted to Hews, Politic*. Internal la- pro amenta Literature, tf., l fo«ed< Wedne*Uy, tod FAdir manuas. it 8 o'clock. The Weekly Telegraph, ontaliu an tte le*diivar«1d*s, tha H«*s,Oonao«cl matter, and WlweUaneous £>jr *r.tito of the Trt-Weefc- ty. and Is puWUhed every Wednesday morning. ^ TERMS: jjw Ciab often ... _ . *00 Tri-WeeklyTelegrapb, perannnm. In advaaeo 8 00 SOCIETIES. NO. 1, to 3w*fai«nr. Isitoima-**,! b. Uimsxs. r. .H.8MIB.'fi«Marer. Wy. rniy A hollar ■ lome WO. I. | A. F. * A M. HUTS at Ibaonie B U. **'" «rwt Hou ton,o#tl:« nlghUoftheieeoBdard ssstSStSSSSft:d. B. BauM«w .8e«'v. JanWCtly WASHINGTON CKAPTEB, BIO.8, R. A. M. & SIBSTS oath.nigbSof tie tnt Monday dfik ofever? month.at Msaooir Hail, Main it. W* 7 a. 8. RICHARDSON, H. P. " Oxo.H.Bais ?o*«T.ae«*J. j n24 ly 3. t HoorroH cochcil, so R. & S. M. MISTS ob the nifbt'of UleitcondTues- day of every mouth, atCoancil Room, Ma- sonle Hall, Boaasoa. C. J. 8EAIH8IR, T. I. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1861

€elep|{j. 9H, TBXAS. WEDNESDJ .JULY 31,1861 fiOVJSRXOB, UBBOCK. FOR JOHft . GOVERNOR, CKOCKETT. ALLA3. Agents for iS&Telegraph. vy.-x.liacM- — rairaiit, KIoi>km t. . Bonham. Fannin Co.. veals' Si&tioa, Parker Dalla*.—r O.rs'CAPI Pafrnekt.... Burnett., 8E Flowerdale-.. Cotton Gin... Prosr Palestine Crockett Colombia.. Lockbart Marshal Walling** Perry. Ontervllle. ■mtartite. McSi mrosoro Lexington Danvilie Alto. ■ ikon. Waco.. n. d. Mcooxald. Z. J. ^corr. H. H. HorTAi. W. O. Ysal. Swindells k Las*. j. a. 0ax8. L. MORKLiSD. Sampsox, w. fldon6. .Smth. w,dtokaoax. .. Storey, . mccluuhan. mcclcrx. il w*.m.tatlos. jmia2tc*. swain. J. B.McMahos. J.4. W. Dave* port. to. B. Lubbock, s. musgeb. J. Rhomb. L J. B. Tatior. w. wyiwe. .ck Wood. B. Bailkt. jmBxm. ;x Miller, M uMDm £• __e. George. Gates a Books. w.t. blackman. j. a. wins, Lancaster... ,ii. W.A. Tatlob. John Taylor, Tarrant Connty—— —.••• B.J?- White, B. F, Davis, traveller agent fnrCentral and Western Texas. THE peesidhst ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1861

tonift GREAT BATTLE FOUGHT! OUR ABMY VICTORIOUS PRESIDENT DAVIS IN TUE FIELD Tbe Enemy in Full Force Routed I by tiair Account, 6000, True Statement* over 10,000! Tbe Receipt of tbe News North TERRIBLE DEPRESSION CAUSED Washington Overcast with Gloom CAPTUKB OF FOUR FEDERAL BAT- TERIES AND 8 SIEGE CDS! Federals retreating on Washington Great Alarm at Washington 1 Abolition Account of the Battle! etc., etc., etc. By our Special Hand Car Express from Liberty, Cap?. C. A. Tnrley, *e are ill pos- session of New Urle^^ with fntt accounts. ^Wi^^Piregreat battle at Manassas, in -which there must haYe been from seventy to one hundred thousand men engaged on each side. Tha Confederate forces gained a glorious vic- tory. Our loss is from three to four thou- sand; the loss of the enemy is stated by themselves at 5000 killed. It could not have been less than four times that amount in killed and wounded. We are also indebted to Mr. Geo. Gor- don, special mail agent, who came fat the hand car, fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1861

Three Days m the Seal rue Fight LATER FROM Liacelais Line e In I Federalists S at Bieh Mountain! MISSOURI! la Kentucky! The Laurel HiU* Fight! .OOO TO Retreat ef the Sad Less to Confederate?! onr Side. CONFLICTING ACCOUNTS! i — Farther of McCalloch's Victory! etc.. etc., etc. Special Dispatch to the Houston trteeraoh. Gaiviwos, Jnly 26. citoxas extba:—We «re indebted to C«pt. A. McNeil of C. 8. A. who arrived last night by the liberty boat-for New Or- leans papers of the 15th, 13th. He informs us that Gen. Sibley expeWto reach Texas in a few days. Washmqtoh, July 16.—In the House to- day a bill passed calling out the militia to suppress the rebellion, the militia to be discharged sixty days after the assembling of the next Congress, unless Congress otherwise directs. The tve hundred thou- sand military bill with the Senate amend- ments and additional amendments that the President select Brigadier and Major Gen- erals from the regulars, to comman-l the Tolunteers, who will resume the...

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

T II £ Houston ®c!egrap|. The Tri* Weekly Telegraph, R«w ptper«leTotert to ffewa. Pontic*. internal to' pro •ueuli Literature, Ac- > # Issued even Mcnda?, Wednealay, m& Wdl ins morirn^. at 8 o'clock. The Weekly Telegraph, oa tains sU ike leadl njc ar**elee, the Mews. Commercial •natter. and Mlscellanooa s pa -*sraphir of tb e Trt-Week- ly, and is pnbUabed every Wedaeaday morel rue. TERMS: Weekly, per annum, In advance .-$ 3 00 Onto of tec ... ... ... 13 CC Single copies for mailing 10 Tri-Weekly Telegraph, per annum. In advance 8 OC ■■■■■ B. H. CITPHINn Pnhl!sner. SOCIETIES. i. o. 4Bp O. f. MOT STAB LODGE NO. 1, "\ff.EE F every Taenia? evening, corner of Congress ill.aud Market Street,in th.- ai S'oty. J. 11 Planus, N.ti. T.-uic 1.1« as-is,-^y. H. fox. V. 0. £«- KlomDiX. V.A , W.W.Gliss. Treasurer. lul .'It 1? HOLLAND LUDUE NO. 1. A. F. & A M. ft MEETS at Masonic Bait, Main street ,^a - Houston. on the nightsofthelecondard fourth Wednesday 3 of svery month. / ▼ \ A. 8, BI...

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

m AUG. 7, 1861 MOK, F. E. LUBBOCK. OF HAB&IS. FOR Ll£€T.G6VE&NOE, JOH^ M. CiiOCKEIT. or PATiFjAB. \jffnls far i&e T&I w- t. IV Wit, ■ .- lift.. BoBham, Vaunts Teaf** Si*tlO", Psrke^ l> fta ........ QMHCU>« .. Fairfield Burnett.— u. ....... a, z.a.s ir. egrapli. d. McDonald. «orr. U OF? Alt. Ifk r«nU)e~ OHtoo fcra.. u«* Pslestlne Columbia... Bu-<troi>.. W. Teal I H tmp'ih ^ iisl . J. A. oaks. l. li. morklaxd. . E Sixpsox, . j. w. flemish. . t £0. ti Du.n:sj&a> . . j. a. «*or*r. • Mf LASAHA5. . AvHwUU. . OoLVv 5L TA\LOR. J. ATHUV- «. . w. f. 8wain. — j. b. mt.muiox. Dr. J. W. Date> port. La Grange... Kfekanoo Mar haL- WalUng's ferry.. Centerville Hunts virie. , Jho. a. Lnaocx, . S. & JtfUSGtB. . B. J. Rhoke. . celj. b. Taylor. „ R. W. Wtjthe. . jack Wood. f b. P.ailet. buftoid HrX*Y. MAU 3inxER. F. M^ C5MXE- J. E. OtCRGK HlUsboro. . g\.TES 4 i'O^VD] . W.TL WCUj . J. A. WlA*. w. A. Tatlo?. b. f. whits, Tarrant Connty b. f. Davis, traveling agen...

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

J 4: Later! •1 Said Is Washington! i or an latim Bcglnest I MORE ST. LOUIS REPORTS! Iowa Democratic Convention! C. 8. Scwts near Washington! Y~i*r±l Pietau gfllad 2 Mflat from Washington Keorfanlzadon of tbe V. 8. Army. Meridian Takes Conaand! Incompetent Officers Discharged ! Why Patterson c«old not Fight! 19 regiaents refuse to Be-Falist1 B. *. T. Hanttr take* Toamb'i Place. A Levy on the Bo:toa McClernantf oa V, 8. Banks! Credit! I Wright right About It! The Revolution in Missouri ? The President's Part iathe Battle. FB8IT8 OF IBE VICTORY. Senator Wilson's Dinner Parly. McDowell's Bills of Pare •t List of Arms and Cannon Captured etc- etc., etc. Special dispatch to the Te'e^aph. Galveston, julj 31.—We have received New Orleans papers of the 28th July, brought overland from Sabine. wasbmgtos, July 25th.—'The Federal Picket* at Pal's Church were driven in yesteruay. Qen. MeOleilan will arrive here to-day. The War Department is basil; engaged in % thorough re-org&nixaiion ot the...

Publication Title: Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 August 1861

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