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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 14 June 1862

M mam .. iy 'i"'*. í*4;«í>'« vol. a. i BBLLVILLK, TEXAS, JUNE 14, 1862. 1W« BKLLVIU#, COUNTRYMAN UULLY/LLZ-TKXAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1862 Special Notice, A fti'f IIiIh iliitn ulluf lulvi'rtliwiiK utii Inwrtwl Ir th* dvu:ilr¡fmnn ivIIIJh ctmrK1''! Twenty ce un yer Un* tur t1 i¡ flr i hm-rfkm, uml Ten muí 'per Une for • injli tubm ipii'iit tnwrlnn. Futrnym, mtvrritofd l'jr ♦h<>.C<muly tilcrk, ivlll br itiurijiul Tino 1M-. l'tre fur etíiu uuluiitl iu(v«n|fv<l Mny, 31, létál. t 'E3^ Attention Ih directed to the Cnrd of Doctor Howard. HP -The Confederate District Court meets on iho 17 tli oí' Juné. ■i¥ l/ ic ni 0r, Mills' notice "To tliu Public." rr Thoa* who wish to procuro rsubstitutoH ta serve in their pla( es as Conscripta, woyhl do well to make the fact known tliro' tilo <Jouufryman. —Theru wiih no Diatrict Court k'íld at this term in this county, from «amo causo tliu Judge failed to coiuo. We aro inclined to think :• • i, . f |á| r.vsfoyuj, ' """ '*v ' > 1,"jf ...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 14 June 1862

\ '¿ it* origin oae in «X power prcKoui The that numbers, troops unlimited re* The unionist* •kill and force almost with- were of an armies wore badly provided with «tores. They were enlisted ior very short terms, and therefore badly disciplined und drilled.—The people of <*very colony we ■opinion as to the M . -arwniif IU4iUVU< «one side a the other. ofthe coutest wns sufficient ' My but the most reso- Iritish had taken months for the s preparation to subdue the >y were supremo by *ea. Washington had concentrated his i at New York. He had 27,000 meii. The enemy had 24,00o. He undertook to defend Long Island, upou which he erecied defenses anu stationod troops, The British landed troops, turned his left; flank, routed this army, and captured 20,000 men. The remainder were fort «scape t« the mainland. The American army v art withdrawn from the city, but sueff was fortunate enough to ' was then in n great he city, but such was the terror inspired by. the superior military ■ki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 June 1862

9 W"W" ' S&W . ' , ■ ., Üiki'^Pwt . Wo refer to tbi. week . , ,„J MATWM^TI* fc men n disposition to of swell things while —„ and «he more attention * Í wm to he of greater «null matter were season, difficulties would be tresnen 11/ the suffering ol f I L-. tres- Would b* alleviated. fenon are sometime* indebted ••mallamount, which ibMMrirtinib* If settled wonld go' far in aniating the tf-f f*r h..* Q.jtHiy, 4mong these «mall matter , Newa- , maj be numbered,. An when be meets a delinquen! | on the street, to ask bira for #2,60 or $3,00, an amount Justly dm birn foi aetual labor and expele, and yet then be*| may be hundreds of persons owing him a like amount, which in the aggregate, when all pot together, might help him weather has been unuiual- M We vna't (t > cerned to I . 1 — I 1AL.-N, Holland apd n M. il. I; W. O, Wehb of lolnt) r ol Woiblng- TMts ve«duntfó* i¿W"'- I U no«ée' that | been fcenc.raMly following ■uM iiipoa tie airf at New Orleans, Mi men who polled |t down, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 June 1862

1É|É¡ that mod# him, by liim, by the and by the ADDRR8S OF Lt. COL. SCURRY TO HIS REGIMENT The following juidress of Lt. Col! há been furnished us for pub- by Mr. P. Fiwfller who rec'd • copy from his «on, Ralph Fisseler, who participated in the engagement HEADQUARTER Uvn,. Dlri.loo, mMSS^Í&¿2 victory to the long list of triumphs won by the Confederate armies. your conduct, yon have given anoth- er evidouce of the daringooaragp and heroic endurance, which actuate you inthia great struggle for the independ- ence of your country. You have pro- ven your right to stand by the side of those -i.JLi.mi o{ *1,086 who fought arid conquered ¡Ser whan an(f *n thtt fi«ld * San Jacinto. The luier wnen anu _4t. „<• m .• i Butler Í, he will send his misera aoul howling - back to I take this oath. - M ■tsU^Minl Boports. . >' ¿¿¿'y--. vfiM > lh Associated Pre , Mirth. rv. May 10.-rTbe I has arrived, With ftd- Tort Craig to the 23d ult. at that place with ieiice it was presum- iré to Mes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 28 June 1862

m&k*. r-'>:":'"1 . Cr: % Mm^ÉS^7 ■ ■'•"'* P'l V " ' •■« r;, ííSHH ¿tí ¿aflwi dance. We WiJI <jo elda to-mor mo* n,Jlnjfo.~~J&e catmoD- estwrday niortjing Wu unim . Uoth eHle* web Bhelling «¡«'occupied by the outposts. The . Y. Henddtí the 5th gires leak AccuUni' ticbmond, thair efforts to the Cbnfcderat rictory. The ttle near deBpite ■truth, that Vn brilliant admits that our '^DUpttfclma from Hallwck «. Sun- on, dated 4th, Says Pope la j ' Jeauregnrd, and tbat he has aptured 10,000 prisoners, l8;i ktand of arfng, niu< (Jkknada, Juqe 7th,—An Appun foporter witnessed the destruction of the Montgomery Meet in front of the city yesterday, b/Commo" fleet of Yankee gunboats ind rains ] The fight waH stubbornly cotííi It ended in tin complete destruction of our Ih.iI*. , v Omii. Moni ^iiii^vy. after a succcBB- fil evacuation ot'jk'yrt Pillow, as completed to milita The eneipy's fleet Cky, six' miles sunrise it 6 receive n«oo aary for the 'thl* county to adopt i meiuure* fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 28 June 1862

i ;/t - 'yir • ¿Vaik/i ;j¡ i.ip 'fSJP*! W [From the Houston Telegraph, The tod othew ofequal or lessor * 7 *>rmy labor five hundred dollars bavin* considered It worth to Confederate money, and propose I having considered It worth > actively in the bus! Oc jonfbderat indi . not.to but i and í to our ; it alive and cap lie drops of hi i tho treasury i fc mm few, not to the nation. These tena, twenties, are just as im- «t in keep- leof action, as d that aireqM^> , our bodies—the [o every ramification of our pnywcai system, in jteepinga* alive and capable of thought and action. In other words, Confederate money is th® life blood of tbe Confederacy, without it, We sbduld cense to exist; and, As a healthy statu of the blood is requisite to n healthy state of animal life, so is it necesBary to our Govorn- riient tiiat ite money, lining ft source of life awl existence,, should,be kept in a healthy condition. All tbftt the Government can do has boon done to inftki: its írruok worthy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 5 July 1862

... PRPfWTpnRie ^ Wm pprpif^ PP*WH ttflMW1 É*> H-. aiiivt iflA ta. li/ii aru ** «!*■ 'year* of age. The^e*® "¿ ^^|*UCÍÍOTI tt^4 454^ri^W5^ ®^^SW__w^% liii jft MBIHI 0^44 íií otá%f\á f,b that all atseh persona who are o rootthi companies or regiment ba discharged, while those who a '■Hbr three year* or __ tino for wWch they enlisto*. We here carefblly muí Ike acta puWl bed, i to ascertain If it will bear aqy other éf struct ion fnvortihle to the release of such from bill own KWi . than himself: Sueh such praisewill the toeliugs and tionnte gratitude jsg&ffigK*'- *°T does'tbe President pay «tor MM "i, It Mem* to us which animates you, you will sboM •otir • - * - üéíÜmSS in the law for those in the lor Hrec years or the wur, s for those in for twelve month only, And especially for those who volunteered %gar tha call in the aspiration wi June fi, (. Mmmm . Labboek where all between the fJ8 and 60 wen liable, it 1. we , nteered under that | (trina from being [tó «ave the it*to fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 5 July 1862

We tak. i the following from the Ljnchbuirg (Va.) Itepubiicnu, of tin? -¿.ti of M y. 8u,ij"ih « wq r« defeated at Cor kitb and 1 orktowii I tfupimsn wo lo- * Richmond ii-i wh l, at New Orleans ? Waat ot 'tit this). Will we L.f ciu- quered I Will our humus of defence be gone? Wd. tito liearia nod Serven of oi^ people be palsied / An? there uo ..lottiifuina and valless to wjin-li our armies can retire, and prosecute an interminable wur ifjiñu the enemy 1 in the dayti oi tile revolution the enemy, for the moni put of tbe titan, lutld possaeasimi of «very leading city lYoin Unaton to Cli irleatun. They overrun nwj .•<* «npied every. one uf *tlio thirteen' tíiatea* save. p:>rt of tliree. lint the brave heari* ot Wnabiiigtnn ami .bit noble compeer* never failed for a afligió iiiAlaut. Ai tlte moment when all rtumiMil 1'istaiiil I lie sun of tin* young republic wan veiled in iiu| ni- '«(ruble cloud*, these iimnorlal paliima «food erect and Uiialliketi in ilieif •determina) Un to be f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 12 July 1862

i ¿m rw1'! - p VOL. 2.1 a ' nnanqa TBI *. BjEL.LVJLLE OOUNTRYHAN BEUVILLZ-TX ■t.jtot. uiwa 8p#ci£l Noticii Altor tbli dato «Uim «4 . aa*K • <uc-h SBbestpMnt tone: .. MsiSffifBSsa r'CMK—Bjr trierrVm t icntslt will be iMt tho re t Still' c <mr an are three aaoouncementajfor Assessor and ; Colleetor'and one for sheriff. Theae gen- tlemen we all well known in tye county we presume, having been more or >«* engaged in public buinew during the fast few and former year* QT The County Conrt hat appointed commtsaiooera for each beat In the county to report to the county court un the third Monday in Auguat next. The order ap- pear* in this week'* paper. The tno#t of the present court having declined a re- election, the next session will probably niV , be composed mostly of new members, and .""i 'f*"" ™ v of systematic relief may be extended tothe families. arp pr¿«wT>Mbeeo appointed .by Gen. Hebe^t presi^ug officer of a court 'in Houston to attend to the triol of cases arising unde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 12 July 1862

i pfóáMM A soldier beiug seated, and with- We bhvenot seen tie book from rmt «"y particular occupation, will IW. Musgrove, one of the propri Which thé following extacts are made, ri86l.on ,the aPProach of •? offi.cer' an¿ oí the new steam flouring mill , . ... , . I make the customary salutation. If j town, wqs shot by some unknown Attempted Assassination.—B. tetara near . , . j.- , , .luiuo mo vuwnjiuiuj n Muvui ij i '«npi ncfs ouuk Mr ijonie unknown but they purport to be from a work standing, he should turn towards the P«reon >n ambush last Wednesday entitled; «'Hand Book of Mdacella-1 officer lor that purpose If the par-1 evening. It is supposed that the neoua Information, for Soldiers and ties remain in the same place or on I instrument used was a rifle, .The Officers, by JehnM. Richardson, B thf ^ ground, such compliments I to°k efiect in the right cheek, « i-* U - c *u or ^ r • ' wwild not in general be repeated. parrying away a portion *>f the cheek ., late Major of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 19 July 1862

IMfe • ■ ' - ¿i, * K . W- iM' ■ J.,; i W i I ¡¿'V i. BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JULY 19, 1862. r,..^ r'-■! Ir-i , ai, iBeut mA Hux, July¡15, 1822. £rf«tór loénírp** I— * Pursuant to the requMt of a. large num ber of the member of Company - A,"— C«pt. J. VV; McDade, <bow diibanded,) I would inquire, tlirou^htJiB «utuwtji of your loontfl. as to what disposition- was made of cefttin money voted .and appropriated by. the County Court of Austin county to tnat Company t It wu generally under- ■toed that «aid Court set anide the lumof one thousand dollars ($450 in gold, And fs50 in county paper,) for their «ole um Xnd benefit, and was lodged in the hands ' "ect to the control EF* We hare made arrangement# during the stoppage of the mall, to hare the Coun- tryman arrive at moot of the several Post- office* in Austin county, about as usual - Mr W. E. ¿fang4t informs us,thst^jpill continue to carry the máll óq t^e rtmte from Waller's Store to Industry, A.e., and we expect our snbacribera on that ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 19 July 1862

« y* Oea Bramar «ni tho last hour of the Battle of Shiloh A cori-übpoadtíut of the Moboilo Register furnfches the following graphic Account pf die conduct oí tho Intrepid ,Geu. llraxtou Bragg on the bloody field of fihiloh: Sunday closed a brilliant victory for our anns. A new army reached 1'ittHburg during the night; the con- t 'St was renewed and raged with i'ury on our whole line during the IntTtiuoou of Monday. Alternate sue- cos crowned the enor's óf each army, but the ¿elnforcumetitH and thousands of froth troops flf our enetny.were tel- ling on our brave but wearied. w l- • diera. At noon the firing had ceased on the right wing rif our army. It still raged in thu center, where our beave troops, under O en. Beauregard on the rightt and Bragg on tho left, seemed to perforin the work of super- human agents. Again and again di<t they dash against the foe and drive them back, to be ill turii forced back by the endjess accession of fresh foes nnd new batteries.' At last tint tir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 26 July 1862

ft* /*;V BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JULY 26, 1862 VOL. 2. ¡ i TU K BELfijVILLE COUNT ItYMAN J. r. OBTBEHOUT, gPITOB DELLVlLLE-'lKXAH. IATDBBAT, JULY 20. 1862. Special K ática Aftxrt'ihi «'I tro ¿<lv«t- .M!(n«iil ini>OTtw' n í«r Cbi'Uff'*«i i I* *tmíh< 1 Tnm'i, r.tiu. a, tun tot Uiw-tiiii . " #• « '« jcü (f y '«r «llK'lí HUlnu-fliyi, jhW.I',1 >'■*).'Jm, ".i VMlItcd by till '.'"I ' < . • I «• ! ' <> IH>1- lurt Inr Cit un' n, I ..lívi. 'i <M Muy ,11, iBI.'J t. Second ▼•tamo OIamí With tliln number the second year of the Bellville Countryman closes. It I cu*torn nry we believe to make nomo reflection* upon tbo clono of the volume, and recall some of the trial), trouble , difficulties und successes that have attended the publication of a public Journal, a* well uatoQpnn the progress of events in the history of the eonntry during the past year. But the latter is patent to the public; the former are ta a measure well known aaf by some appreciated, and what is unknown It m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 26 July 1862

TJ <tíe K''t i reinflffceinont of fifty regulars lie wou# Í uko tl e enemy's 1 lattery; oppoK«i4 to him,' instead of abandoning liia own. IIo n«nt lor tlia naincd ryiforc<;iaont, but before it eamu,. h'o bad . already stormed tlieobnoxlons battery. Jaclfou's health wap bo much fdiatteréd by this campaign that lie waB-awnjielled fo resign. He necept- <¡d a £rofesnor.sliiji at tlie Military Institute, where he continued until the fleccssian of Virginia. In height, ho is about six feet, with a weight of •'fbont ono hundred and eighty, lie id miity afi remarkable for his moral 11É ho has proven himself to be for his fighting qualities—being a perfectly conscientious mn, just in all his ways, and irreproachable jn bin deal- ings with his fellow wen. It, is said ho ia a fatalist, as Napoleon was, and has no fear that he ean be killed before his time comes. He is ascnlin in the midst of a hurricane of bullets as ho was in the pew of his church at Lexington, when lie was professor,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 2 August 1862

VOL; 3.) BELLVILLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 2, 1862, THI BELLVILLE COUNTRYMAN J. P. OSTÜBHOPT, gPITOB BELLVILLE—TF.X AS. SATOTPAY, AUGUST 2. 1062. Spocial No tica After tMs dito al! neis HdvertUNnii-ntsInserttdln'tlie Countryman will ot ehurtf.d Tmn'j eenf*\ier li.it lor tin' Ai>t ivwrtlu'n, ami Ten emit p,rllneU>t t ch «nlwdiuent fn«-rtl«n. Krcray,, «.IverlUiil l>y thoCoitury Clerk,'will b« chWK'd Tve Dot- lar f.ir-íaeA uaimal advsrtlwil Muy, y I, IttiW. O* This number herald* in the •tlird year of the existence of tlW Countryman. It i( customary on such occasions to pre- sent to the public n few pairing retnurks reviewing it* past history, nn<1 indulging in ■ prospective glance us to the future. Suf flee it for us to suy, that we have used our belt endeavor to luuke the CountrymcCn a welcome visitor to every household, and that our exortlons thus far have been ap- preciated by an accession ol patronage from a liberal, intelligent, and appreciating public. ■ True, owing to tlie e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 2 August 1862

Jp AwfU Scene- fTork Express of tho 10th Inst. p following from & private entlemiin in New York, frotn a rtioaibor of Buttery A. New ry, in Casey's Division giving g graphic description of the e 3l t. ur spherical ease shot are us, each of them consisting ol si of seventy-six musket bulls, !*) of powder in the centre, by a'fuse the saine as a sheik first acts as a solid shot, plow- ing its way through masses of meu and, than exploding, hurls forward u shower, ol .musket balls that mow down. the foe in heaps. Our battery threw 24 of these u minute, and as we- had the exact range of every part of the field, every shot told with frightful effect. But the enemy were not at all daunted. ; They marched steadily on, and hailed u perfect teiApe.it of balls upon us. Why we, a* well us our horses, were not every one shot down will forever remain a mystery to me, Wo did not inind the toaden hail however, but kept pouriug our ease shot into the dense masses <it' loe who came oh inprodigi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 9 August 1862

^f¡¿ KÜíí'f '■;'' ' W. VOL. 3. } BELLVILLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 9, 1862. — the BELLVILLE COUNTRYMAN I. P. OSTSBBOUT, EDITOB. BELL VILLE—TEXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9. 1362 Special No tic* Afterttitf dato niln<«> «dvertUíiii'fDUlntertnfl Inth" Countryman will t* Twtnty eeull ptr It*1 for the Unit limvrtlnn, uml Ten ttnlt ytr line for •ach •uliMMjiii'iit liiiurtlnn, Jiftrayr, mlvorllxi"! by tlic Cui'.uty Clerk, <vlll U> cluinpjd Ttrn Dal larm for tie' nnlmiil uilvc rllscil May, HI, In/l'J. The Result.—Tho returns from all the*precincts liavo not yet come in Enough has been ascertained, Low ever, to show that, probrbly, N. W Bush id elected Representative; J. IT Oatliu, Chic* Justice; S. Howard County Clerk; B.F. Elliott, District Clerk; S. Brewer, Assessor and Cql- lector; Geo. J). Bell, Sheriff; J. W Manning, ¿Treasurer. Of the candi dafes for other office*, we have no data to atete tha /ote at present. Wt will.probably 'give it as soon as tin official vote is^countecJ. There was p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 9 August 1862

The War in Amsrica from tli.' I,on<l.,ii Time May 29 J i.a America is'' BWQepitig ad with the velocity end L1668 of a hurricane, and 'feelings nod pursuits rbed in Sts vortex, the armies succeed rapidity euough to k potito of the New as it was (amine. The !s absolutely ferals have 700,- > the army eRti- . for, the present WO sterling pnger stationary in the West, engaged that us the intelli- tack, an ad- •President lugh when in ho described ib." It. is the fd ever peen; no business or tempo- The 'insurrection' every gonce of % til vánce, or Lincoln was his homely this war as biggest job of inoré "90 days" rary disturbances. which Mr. Seward believed to be "waning" at the close of the last year now covers half tho continent with desolation and havoc, and we are warned that the battles known to be imminent will exceed in severity any hitherto fought, There is one point, however, . on whic h, amid all this blaze of rejoicing and triumph, we are still left in the dark. W e can see...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 16 August 1862

BELLVILLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 16, 1862. VOL. 3.} BE ti LVILLE COUNTBYMA? J. F. Q«TBBHOPT, gPTTtr ■BELL I'ILL /v— 'I'"' SATURDAY, AUUtbA A. ■facial Natico Alt'rthl* ilnlo all HttaHilvi-rlU-nu ut*lowrtcdIn 1 ¡ iMnlryna . will bt rfmrgi-'l Tvttf y an f per In iOT the drat 111mrtlon, anil Ten eenit per tin* In " eh nlMvi|Ui'nt Inwrtlon. H*tray, uitvi riln I f (III) County oii rk.-wlll bo clisrK'xl Tiro Dui 'irt for inch wilmnl uilvcrtim-il May, 31, iPfl- raag^—■—— X3T Having an unusual amount o, job work on hand this week, we Iwivi not been able to bestow ns much at- tention on the Countryman (to desired. ET There. ere a few tick meniberii <>j Company "F," left ho re. Tlicy will <lo I in other inembrri of tho Compnnj- u kind no- by calling on til for letters mid paper*, lit" fore their departure to rejoin tlioir com radon. THE ELECTION On the 4th inst., remiti d oh state- elow. The candidates lor C un:v iftieora are so numerous, that wi: ir unido to give the • ordinal y ¡a', .¡m int...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 16 August 1862

& Joys itaelf in fram- ion, to allure and peace, while that was to ' a provision but certain concerning of course, writer, Mr. Llys opinions the n* teal nown r far, fought tflj bill .bduotl, o made i vers, spital 11 out- iu past laving natives ifffe IV be! many a foot-sore march to battle fluids nwa The coramissariftt an services have not y Thu truth is, that winter tlwTSiortlnirn no external hoptyappli to torn an army with admirable ener- gy «nd great success. The Ehiuthern- ers, on the other liaud, were thorough- ly convinced that the pressure ui' tin blockade and its inellicuncy, as re- ported by all the European Consuls to their respective Governments would enforce an intervention of the Great Powers. This couviotion hilled t hem into inaction, especially in the West, and the consequences wen* plain al the commencement of opperations. The delusion passed away, the reality aroused them to action, and we see the result in the relative condition ol the main armies. At the end o...

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