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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 August 1863

iTHinTrm puny express, *■■ ■ - OSR SPECIAL DISPATCHES. ITelfgf i>lie<l ttaid Bea.nmont.1 *' . ALSxXxi£.ut Ja'y SJtil. ]66J. The followiiig di p tchr« are found in the Cin- ciBnwi CommercUlof the 8>h lost. ; G.^XERAli HEADE'H DISPATCHES. n«*«3qairtere, Anne Potoaue.near 7 Get' jstnrg, July 3.1, K63,€:30p. M.) Cec.-Oilieck, General ia Chief: "The enemy op-ned at 1 P. M. from aboa: 150 pun*, concentrating npoh my leli centre, continu- ing w thoy t intersiTuion for about throe hoars, at ■Hi* expiration of which time b* uusite4 my left letitre i^ice, being upon both occulta band- aom-ly r#pul ed with aeyere iomo him, leaving 4o onr hands nearly 3040 prisoners, among the pri-oa ri are 3/igartier General A-mtatml and mahf r >r)iieli and tffieers cf lewer rank. The enemy left maty dead upon the field and a large > BB er of wounded lh otir hands The' IHrfif upon c ur aida lias ba^n considerable. .Mri -den. Hancock and Brig. Geo. Gibbon were «o4n3;d. After the repelling of tbe ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 August 1863

I3® ••OTTW. TKXM. DFATH OF BRS. HOI'STIIJi . IU*.aith 4e«#«ndbe*rtl* tW *W1fr!it tr^wM ncO Ifie deeili of Gen. Satn U'-uston. H look ut hi* in ilunt-vU e, <>• ti- •* ; h if sr. ta i|U nter pi<" 6 I*. M. A let'er fr-in i> phy>i- lclan.sa.vt: *'11- di <1 af'ci* an oi i;\*t wee'.s. \t om I Ime duniig bis tckne*s. h1 (f? Weeklyoo-¥'ttcsu'ay,tt a<l per year; Tri- Weekly, City Edition, Tuesday, Thassd-iy an<'M l«- tn w.i> unjK *rt '©T' ® e H Saturday, ai *18~per yeiir; Mail Kdltloa, Jlon H"« of i§| ' >■a'flfec t —- 1 - r - ^ -- * lA.r _ !■ car-Mha: i i lijjl hi't Birsir-e ui hv.tV# ?al# i R ai h* -tifr'ihe «.<-a*h o; the £, fi, CtnSEISQt ProfMetot. 9*tor«*t at *10 per yelir; Nail KdUton, tt"i -**v. We«ue«d*y tsBd jfr!d*;,afc *Jtt.p«ryear both per qo&rter, $t> Advertising 5-*ee±5sa tftke; Aanocaosaents per south, if C*a«% ia all CflMfla advanoe. -i -.i Advertising wtiU beebavped for eeeJrftrsertio! in ^aUi edit*©®. Advertisers will pl«*se sprcifj *bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1863

Ltttar from Alexandria. -=■ AtfctiittBU, Jo!y ,19M. In the tbsenoe Of aP fr-otnero Comfedtr.cv j>-p?re, none tuvlaic be#n reetlved darW* the tut two weeks from M>y toarce. I meat of uere.lty either remain qatet, wklo I m out la tke h. bit of d' ln«. or lor- w rd foi the peras-l of Tex.g rea er . *ich Items s I am enabled to cleao fi <m late N"rthero papers, through the' medlnrti df N<w Orleans" Ef-a—the on 17 paper which Hte re ch*d here durtnir the three last days. Thronah tn« Sindneax of Oen De Taylor, vho la now here, and ■ ki«m. K rr>f Sm'th.an i s;.e never to ftwgoiten po«ti"«ster, K X. Bw-s.it, -Esq-, I aru temporarily 1b pos-.iou of the N. O. Era ot the 20th. PORT n CD SOS GiiEB^S, officers, prisnners of war. surrendered ni'h 'he garrl-on *t Port Hudson, Official list 01 C<>nttderate July 8,1863. and cent North and South for co flne- ment, within the IVicral lin>-8, till regnla''y tx- ' ~ ' '—'—" 1—i tone mat.] 93 ' 14"cVi; 8heli>r «n<t88, " " 89...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 August 1863

$M]j Ctlegra^. HOUSTON, TEXAS. s. & CTOHXRe> Kdttoc and Proprietor. • Weekly on Tuesuly, M •<* per year; Tri- Ctty Edition, Tuesday, Thursday and at fi# per years Mail Edition, Mon- day, Weimday and Friday, atf 18 per y««r.— or bote edtUons per qaarter, 8- Advertlting, Meattt lba. Anuoanoement* per month, ?1U. Cash la all cases in advance. -T~tf Advertising will be charged for each insertion la each edition. Advertiser* will please specify which edition they desire their advertisements to appear In. VTj> Advertise™ are requested to hand in their advertisements by 3 o'clock, p. m., previous to publlewlon. the basis op values. Ws had something to say, some weeks since,.as to what nay justly be considered the basis or standard of values. Ws endeavored to show that value depend* ultimately on necessity, or use, or want, and If there is anything that can be used as a standard of necessity, or use, or want, that is fbr that reason a standard of values. Ordinarily, (Old I* use...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 August 1863

mm * THE WEEKLY TELEGKAPH VOL. XXIX— BY PONY EXPRESS. 1,1; ft SPECIAL PlSPATCttES. LTeIeer*ph«'il Wm Beramont.l ,. - «. Ki1Ss?. Mt ,turwn it WiaoMrter. twelve 2il#* De K,.io(CM bfidg«,moriafto*ard the Stab«q- f vlllo and M«Un*8*Ufto*4,clo.«lj panued. Fuhntm Momu, July 24.—Tho Richmond \\ _iof Uu23rd eaya the «Tac tlon of J«ci«on, itw HOUSTON, TUESDAY, AUGUS'i JM lh "of Ue S. O., Jaekion and Q« t orUl""; r* • nI nvAr ml I iuoi. e power sJoBeaon«l tinf of oyer foil/ an- ^Cuntaioii July 24.—It isdeflnUoly ascerti!ued iti.t Lee's mall! army is at or near iia- .uade no KeneraJ ad vawfc ntbe valley. Thegoremnent ha- decided on aBttveinefcnres ..wsrd the fladiOK of the «MM^SJjjLttera S Ml.'. The aalhoritles are nr^ totesoe letter® or iu« me and reprisal In view of the great Increase of s -re.1™. iv-'ssasasarfti ch get" , ;.ut he flnaflf eacaped Tf« Cnmbarlafld, whicH u .*he leit last night at 7 o'clock. This motnlni? he osseJ the Cantrat Ohio railroad, fent so closely por- ., .1 by gluckte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 August 1863

eeklg Celegrk|i|. HOUSTON, TEXAS. JE. H. CTJ8HIXG, Editor and Proprietor. Wee JO® Weekly on Tuesuay, at #0 per year; eekly. City ~ ' Tri- Edition, Tuesday,'Thuredav and Saturday, at $16 per year; Mail Edition, Mon- <\a,y, Wednesday and Friday,at S 1*1 per year. Par both editions ner quarter, $6. A-1 vert \bln, 5(J Ceatsa line. Announcements per mouth, ■. W. Cash In all cases in advance. J If Advertising will be charged for each insertion in each edition. Advertisers will please specify which edition they desire their advertisements to appear in. JO® Advertisers are requested to hand in their advertisements by 3 o'clock, p. nr., prevlons to publication. THOUnUTI.KSS TAI.K1NC. There are many evils resulting to society from a state of war, and prominent among thera stands the tendency on a part of the people to suspect", malign, and slander. History reveals the fact, that this disposiiion has been evinced In nearly all the revolutions of which it has preserved a record, and our own ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 August 1863

THE WEEKLY TELEGKAfJEL VOL. XXIX—NO. 22. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1644. BY PONY EXPRESS. our special dispatches. [Telegraphed from Beaumont.] Amxaxsiia, August 119. WAJHISOTOS. Aunust 5th.—The National R> pnblt- bh coi-uln-tao editorial, t- whicu much rjn i.ill. lj? Importance Is attichrd. Iisav-i anions oib- r I !n*u*. If I hare -ban *>e the slightest occa^lor, S-r hostilities v!■ h Bogluud, by the tim<- the two nations «tv llktly to be lnvoivert In war. onr dte.ru marine win at one« be eoo verted Into prlTat*-ers, and tbe coojiue*re of Great Britain wtHbesweut froni toe o'-em. Thu-d e- the crlmt at Reflect ot tba Qa-n of £uglaud's advisers te d to a dlstnrbiwre o? itoe oe -ce of the wnr d. War la not '-pair .Lie, even w-tl Knitl «nd, but war Is rot the gre>t> at "f ev lb. a notion of spirit cannot sub- mit to 1 Jn-tlre, to -f isolecce. to ouiT.ge through a nnmb-r of ▼ear.-, and make no efiort to avenge Its Wrong*. Tbr Goortaof Eofland through the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 August 1863

Mteklg €clepa$. HOUHTOTT, TEXAS. ssaata 'tVt o< R< flson Together/ X B. CUBBISH, Editor ted Proprietor IO Weekly on Tuesuay, at SO per"Jear; Trt- Wieklji, City Edition, Tuesday, Thursday mnd Saturday, at $16 per year; Mall Edition, Mon- day, Wednesday and Friday,at 916 per year.— ?er boti edition*per quarter, (8. Advertising, 50 e«Ets a line. Announcements per motstb, -.10. Cath in all caaei In advance. -*~lt Advertising will be charged for each insertlpfl te each edition. Advertiser, will pl.ase specify which edition they desire their adTertltementa to appear In. ITp Advert ben are requested to hafliT In thdir advertisements by 3 o'clock, p. m., previous to pah Uoai ton. THIS Kf StHiTj, Almr.it three years have glUed past, and beea •wallowed np in "Time Was," sineo the people of Ike United Statu cho«e Republicanism anddis- nnion, rather than the Constitution and an undi- vided country ; and terrible a« have been the event! with which thoae years were fraught; event! whiehtave...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1863

MSSS *5* to0" fSW0S! **rT lhrlnceM xtniHiai*f>f Aus H#, declared elected "to the Mexican tlTofte.wti teverthat uaay be. * T. l> important event occurred at the first meeting of the Jun- fa Doujfc'en, whose res ilutiou m,rtt with buttwaU^fc-ntina voices. The F e .ch .-t«aiuer£iiLvi, wbic* .arrived yesteiuay irom Vera Cru*, brought thp ne'w,> f'i an official manner, con«tqaeat]y there e*'i;bd I'CflOU'-t aoout ?t W'kiatdrer. A salute of one nnndred and proelajn&tioD. for ft -Nationmk Wt^V •pek to 4 ike homatoour hearts afld eooaciqifccs* ■ ceivea, ana it issaia tnat iieaionstra ion* 01 tne irn^t w Isb tbpy teapk,mnrt profivby the ,for , ^ i character took place at all tbe towns alonsr the road ffotfc they, prepare qb-'-Hid -fat wr'.in r:^*t naade.us sel-eonfiderft anAfiwrgeW** of i the Yery HU notM.e.U «e jtf.taore eatanlik* L wo£ *%£ u. Lw.ot^fir fW« iiiti tened, oatftd-tpiairof oariott «hIj eOT of gacn. Bud; "^*T£',os, ™tn ai d to iheir hill du'lWAlisIr gantry, to tbolr ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 September 1863

CSS9I ITf MS OF INTBRKST* Celcflrajjj. lOUSTOtt, TEXAS. BY PONY EXPRESS. 6UR SPECI.lL DISIMTCHES. Largdtm. of the Advertiser, is undoubtedly elected te : gress tfon the Mobile district. PoUTLiHD. Me., Angast6 The Democratic Stats Convex- tion met to-day. Five hsadrtd^iliiaw wtrc preif al 8'r"Dgre llntiong J ' X. B. I'Hlint, Kdiior and Prsprietw. JO* Weekly an Tuetuaj,at go per years Trl- TiSlf, Oily Edition, Tuesday, Thiinht and Batarday, at IHjut year ;11 ail Edition, Mob- -A^^WWoeediy ae* Friday,at $18 per year — For both editions per quarter, $8. Adi.rtiein?:, Mcastaa Hoe. Announcement* per month, M'. 99+ I* «|l eaiea in a4nge*. I *• A<lV*rtk*inffwUl be charted for each insertion hi Mck edition. Advertisers *111 please specify .' ——> ■Ulltsa they Aaawe their adVertteei Banta-to appear la. „ . lfT A<Vcrtls*fl ara n^titea to hand in the:r •'alack, p. m., previous to 'Talegrspbe^irom Beau • '.} 8'r..ngre ilntioni ijnouccini the Administration, were — A.. jS"** an4^d<^ojp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1863

VOL. XX.TX—NO. 25." HOUSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1646 Full an it Authentic Accjuj.1 ol 31«r* JtaM 7broUtfh K.owtucky* Indiana, and Oiilo- fO£ came down so dense >hnt th> I'rie^rtn eould i.ot be ieen, 1 J- RuM KA>TUF THfc ?rera tbeLvncfcbur#: Yir|riman,Julj 30 H e promised oar ro^defi^adlerd<*y ibit vr9 would lay be- fore them to—day, a fill account of General John II Mor- gan's late raid through.t*e enemy's country. In • tion with Capt Kii A*arki. of Col. B *il V7. WX1! ^en- luclrv refiraenfc, who was pith ifie expedition,w9 ®*T* enabled to gather the following lnct efcU and particulars nf the greet rai4^ which surpaase? anything of the kind, for da ring and ijpportaut results, that hasyet traaspired darloif in* P"l appears'lhat the expedition startaa Ira nessee, about the lit ot fuly, and crossed the Combe-laBd river ueMihnr.ci the 8d. Th« fi«l skirmish with ih«i « ,. ■ay occurredon the (rl. |Tow r<>at, in which.tkey were of l..a eigbt mile* befo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 September 1863

flSttteklg Cflcgraplj. BOCSTOJf, TEXAS. S. 8. CDSHIHO. Editor and Proprietor. IT? Weekly on Tne.uav.at ,a per year; Tri- Weekly, City Edition, Tuesday, Thursday and artaiday. at t16 per year l_Wa;l_Eiiitism^.M>!i- dsy, Wedneedny and tfriiiav.at JI6 per year.— For both editions psr quarter, $S. Advertising, 53 eccta a line. Announcements per month, >10, ■ -■ i jftsassassis Will plea*e ap-ci'y wmetredtuon they desire their advertisements to ( * lL^ A3>e^ ^rs «re rkjiijiea tS Hand in their advertUeistent*'5y 3 o'clock^ p. m.. previous to daMaP^ftgteH* FXtravagsnt linmors nrd Iteporie. Our readers have rea'ly lltt'e idea of the nmonnt and apparent authenticity of extravagant rumor* that reaca us. constantly from the east They some tines tSink tat we catch at etr&vrtfioa.ltnjpri SrB'ri'aad-SsBM^ thMa into rffclrlwindlfc- O* srecijti correspondent at Alexandria wrjSs ^ J&tvaiSg. ortiiajhoasuii^pl iBpore ftatyg^tg} and which he pa?3-no attention to In his corres- pondence ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 September 1863

THE WEEKLY TELEGKAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 26. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1647 LKTTEB FROM SEW OBLK4H8. Nxw OrkbaMS, lA., AngustSd, 1863. The C. S. officers who were captured at Port Hudson, are dally arriving in thW city. They retain their side arms, and aremostly confined in the new cust°m House. ..en. Frank Gardner and his staff are quartered on Rampart street. The officers are still in good spirits, bat the exposures and hard- shins endured have enfeebled many. They are the admira- tion or Ibe ladies of this city, who do all in their power to re- lieve their wants. The federal officers are very jealous to see this, and orders have been issued that a pass trum the Provost Marshal, General Bowen, will be necessary u> ojder to have any money or any articles reach the pifconers. The office is besieged dally with the fair applicants, and it is in- te resting to observe'the fortitude they manifeal in obtaiDing an interview. But they are firm, ana generally are success...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 September 1863

SSeeftlj) &tltgrap|. HOUSTON, TEXAS. S. H. CUSHIRG, Editor and Proprietor. IT*? Mr. A. S. Koi9, of this city, will leave this place Sept. 28th, to carry letters eut of the Missis- sippi. Letters left or sent to this office ap to that time will be forwarded by him. To meet hts ex- peases, one dollar msst be sent with each letter. Postage stamps mast also be affixed. The New Confederate Tax Law. We had something to say the other day about the New Tax law, basing oar remarks npon the conitroctlen given to that law by the State As- sessor, Mr. Durham. Subsequently our attention was called to the law, and, (torn an examination of the subject, we are satisfied that the construction given by Mr. D. on the assessment of notes and erfldits Is by no means the eorreot one. Ihat con- struction is, that when a man is unwilling to en- dorse upon any credit or note that he will receive the same In Confederate money, it shall be assessed in specie. The law reads as follows: "In no valuation of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1863

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 27. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1648 From tha Richmond Sentinel, July 2M, 1863. Synopsis of Decisions made by the Secretary of the TreasnrYi Under ihe Tax Laws. FCBLISHZD BY AUTHORITY. Auctioneers are not liable to pay npon isales made for a dealer who is registered and Uxed and ness of auch dealer. Auctioneers are:rt?, I^ea made exception, to pay a tax or 2>i per cent, .n all *>a.eg ®^e- Accounts—Open book accoun-s are to be taxed according the bestUmanner 'practicable under the oath of tha U*Wer "isicL^'marb^recommended, but cannot be appointed by District Collectors, th« power to appoint Is coi-flned to S^r£ft?ijdtaied by Sectioa 1.—If any of the articles taxed bv Section 1st of the Tax Act, are gold by any person or firm -lose t-jiness is required to be registered by Sec. 5, the pro- ceeds or inch salts will be sut-ject to the same tax as that im- posed upon the salesof other articles by the game establish ment. That ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1863

iHteeklg Cclcgrajjjf. HOUSTON. TEXAS S. H. CTJSHIRQ, Editor and Proprietor. 1 • The Trans-Mississippi Department. " Gen. Smith is wide awake, aDd will yet bring oat the Trans-Mississippi Department gloriously, if the people will stand by him." Thus writes our special correspondent at Shreve- port, and we believe he has told the whole truth in these few words. In fact, this is the tone of all oar letters from Shreveport, as well as from friends elsewhere who have been thrown into the company of the Lt. General commanding this Depr.rtm ;nt. He la said to be not only a very able, but a very active man, and lhoronghly in his work. In ad- dition to these things, he is a religious man, and this itself will add vastly to the popular confidence In him. Wiat wa have to do, is to heed his suggestions and stand by fcim. Fortunate, indeed, is it for the Department, that fee has such able assistants as Price in Missouri, Ta> lor in Louis'ana, and our own glorious Magruder in Texas. More fortu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1863

THE WEEKLY TELEGKAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 29. HOUSTON, TUESDAY OCTOBER 6, 1863. BY PONY EXPRESS. OCR SPECiAL^iTlSPATCHES. I 1 V m I1 1 [Telegraphed from Be?.umont.l letter from tiie Hangers. G£S. TOM GREEN HBARD IRO.Vf AGAIN- Al i:i.isru. Oct. 3. 1SC3. An official aispiteh reached here last evenirg from Oen. Tayior.wbois atOpelousas. The dispatc'j states that tbrea thousand Yankees having established their Den ner Pay nil Foidocbe.eastof tbe Atch- afalaya. Gen. Taylor ordere-: Oen Green to take bii Brigade and Spaigbt's Battalion and root them. THE RKSULT. The dispatch Bays : We took one Colonel, one Lieutenant Colonel, and four hundred Yankees prisoners, Squads of prisoners are still being brought in. We alto captured two 12-pounders, Parrott guD3. The enemy are now Eying, and Gen. Tom Green is after them. Bully for Green. Oar I083 is very small. Maj• Boone has his arm badly shattered. There isjiow at Berwick's Bay only one Infantry Regiment and one Cavalry Regiment of Yankee Troops. Loo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1863

mmm uSSm djEecklg Ctlegraj|. BOBBTOW. TEXAS X. H. CtSHJSG, Editor and Proprietor. Amt Mill.—The next me.«s«ng°r will leave Octo- ber 15th. Carriers charge oa a! I letters to go beyond the Mississippi. $2. Remit only Confederate money. No county scrip la current here. r _ , Va. •3. J. B. T« Lieu. will carry the mall of Octoter 18th. _____ Com at Firrr Chu to th« Famtliks or Soldiers.—We propose to keep a standing list in on? p p«r of those gentlemen who are willing to furnish the families of soldiers with corn at 50 cents. Names will be added as the; are famished U as. VP. p. Bateh'ns, Wharton county: J. F. Roberts, do; N.L. Williams, do; W. H. Kirkland,De Witt county; B. Zachary, Fayette do; Kyle & Terry, Fort Bend do; J. D. Waters, do; Col. J.H. Hsrn- don, Brstnrls; Col. David Randon, Fort Bend; Dr. A. H. Klppetoo, Brenham; Capt. T.J. Catch- ing, Gonzales county; Mike Maktlroy.FreL'l.urg; J Mackelroy, do; Jr e St-lugrellow. do; Coi. Alfred Henderson, New Ulia; J. 8. Driacoll, P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 October 1863

WEEKLY VOL. XXIX—TO. 30. HOUSTON, TUESDAY, "OCTOBER 13, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1651 Oar Alexandria Correspondence. > t ALEXANDRIA, Sept. 29- Dr. O.Teag&rden, of Sumpter, Texas, arrived here day be- fore yfeeterday, en route to Teams. He kindly loaned me toe Chicago Times of the 11th and 14th and other papers irom which I obtained the following dispatches. WiiajKarox, Sept. 11.—The following report from een. Burnside concerning the capture of Cumberland Gap has been received at headquartera.^^^ ^ gept 9> ^ * I have telegraphed yon of Movements np to the eccnpation by our forces of Kncxvilla. Since then* cavalry force has been sent np the railroad to within a few mHes of Bristol, captarine three locomotives and two additional cars. Anoth er force, composed of two regiments of InHuitry and two regiments of cavalry. I brought to this place. In person, to r'lnforcB Gen.Shscfclsford, wh Is here with tweregiments of cavalry, Col. DeCoarcay be.Dg on the Kentucky aide with a brigade wnich...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 October 1863

iSItekig Criegraflj. * HOUSTON. TBIA K. H. CtJSHING, Editor and Proprietor. Axsrr Mill.—The r.ext messsnger will leave Octo- ber )5tb. Carriers charge on all letters to go beyond _ the Mississippi. £2. Remit only Confederate money. f nin8 handled millions of dollars No conn! v scrip is current here. r ■ 53— —«- J. &. Van Ueu. wili carry the mall of Octet er 1Mb. THE I.KSSON OF HISTOK.V. We sometimes hear disparaging remarks of the German and other races made by ourpaople. When we reflect on the amount of croaking 'hat has been indulged In by seme of these same per- sons within three months past, we are tempted to give them a little piece of German history for their shame. . B In 1757 Frederick of Prussia began his seven years war with 200,000 men, against a combined force or 700,000 of his enemies. He carried on a defensive war, and although he met with many successes, yet was unable to prevant a portion of Ills territory from being overrun. During the sec- ond year misfortune f...

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