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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 27 August 1862

•nd pirta jth . IMtl 1UBÍ- Jeff. rela- ut l frotp ultes ings: [era- (rom scial re- pna- fi*« Pfe e of jeof mke bioh who W ell s of der res- ««• oul" ints Sht- m At iiy- our bat Tifo1 Hpccliil Nutlet!. • IB 00n «qa«nM f tba Journey man PrfOtTO having raiaed U«lr * l ri#a ft fly per oent. owing to the high prtoeof all article, a* th prw nt ltm«i wo are ooinpeUud th adVinoad ratea for all Job AdVBrtlttBg.juJUl be ft,20 per iqunre for thfl first and 76 o Dt for MM autmcquont In- * ' fi In ad vane*, and |i If not, 1 call upon a!) who are Indebted to the Blata Oazelte, to please pay np thai* due , M il 1 newnwy to earry on the puhlloatilon of the papar, all uspaniea having to he paid at lh# and of each week. *>«•: H. K*nt, Hotl¿«.~All bi eatubUah mad t will t* ■ H.- KKNT, and ha la alon. reoelpt for raonoyn of the offloe, for thatponxwo. Agent for Ótate Oaaiütte. Mrs? KwMHi by THOMAS * to eolleet or appoint agenta IA*CO. se , 1 o is Wír nl- tbe Bí eir he % * Blaml«r.r. a d Malgr wth««....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 27 August 1862

'MP' 'f1 im Pi® mS' no f «lain is in itsel .of the f tent on the o have never e itude. AS Ale rthafehas latit bw MB t ; >«' i m ti in respd to not. :,í* NÜ; ^ *W!^7nf'^F fffpj .oliticians and reckless mob; on to Richmond;" andso, ** xteen tnontpm ■■ «o can boast of, i wo and McOlellan' a res WA Bu tie thevuero..: Uhscrup oua imewiU^ffoon ed «words, and in the , outraged by the ng carnage devastating the Mrth for Out North in í following editorial, from the Province, (R. I] Post, sltows^very plainly^ whit j aits of fbe state of effaittand North- and agrees with the < ;ide gave elsewhere from the Now York Enes. It is another evideuceof the North' ' ' sill i , PP—P^i will rival the 'Ironsides' of •, in a full appreciation i "te the straggle in which nse of constitution Adverting briefly to the political aspects of the struggle in which we are engaged, Mr. H. ^tt is well known to yea, gentljKnen, that I desired to perpetuate the old Government, to reform its abuses, and to provide...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 3 September 1862

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 3 September 1862

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 September 1862

iy bury my Tome, he lonely will be my life, until we meet again. * nor, abandoned us, n# short time the Robert Jam in the he 7 th day of May, • * we wi Wfcre of Scottish tf words togetw be taken by hito for, full of Lowe ty of our soil, is continent at an and for stubborn resistance to his further s oí the war, and i efc the « WeVv# every confidence in the Üonfedér- . rabie defe late war between th and México broke out, t&« father of the de* ceased was living in Minnesota, and being an our future defense. ♦¿¡service, hfr Was in order thattheymay be able thus to officer with the 11 to be at work. Sf S?fí?!!lÉ£raHSii JSt mml ere worker in iron, had béen decl gunsmith j trs «ra oot. WW3«.*itsBL! umMD Wr.-v eorganized mechanic be employed in with bis Command to the Texái frontier, while \ al for war, his wife and four ch whoel, the loom and yith the d relatives ke oat, and Robert's remove them to a that gained an env we fight ! and tlon 12, llorih e«*t e men need to i vssm At'i rnee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 September 1862

• • ^ra-vf' •■• KvereiJ to places ing gonoi m i TW'-pMtf*$ of th# áirt%t«| BÍ b u action of private ants, mnrder Iww I ■S ? sen, and i ■SpHHH • correct. ; johnson' ■. , > of captar the skill jllment - ajproved bv t ly develo of<S70n- for our de- a i ' executed, i revi; íwmsóf ■ ivertised fot ites. and uubliciv cities with a notoriety which suf-? attests the knowledge of their Gov- nno its complicity in the crime is fur Iwi as a means ■ fraod out MHRHRIM to reach* Two,et nited States are _ _ ir Government, in inciting insurrection, and In arming and train- for warfare against their masters, of the Confederacy. Another 'has nd Of Instincts so brutal as to invite of bis soldiery pgainst the women ttaábSe of civilized men from the authorities of the ün..v- n ofbisRctej Benjamin F. Butler has failed rom his Government the tion and applause with which it is knO ¡MííRRIHmí the press of th< inquirios made of the Com Chief of the armies of the United the fitmdnot of military command...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 September 1862

1 pi Mil mamot tor tbfttparpoM. « out of it with her ¡¡w •a that we no rr®!WS at Man i? ; HIIbü P^® ^ ' ' ^.TO..... .A., &%?#, ftwrrt 1 ■ vV.;"1 ■o-imanwj jsstm. Austin, Sept*si7tk, 18G2. rer. for the latest papers, including *) of the Rusk Inquirer of the 12tU inst., portant intelligence: —The qttirer, of this morning, saysj—rftseengerg d the Contral train í!?' .-■-y—-'- ¡treme of despeje naneas the in a in routined for him, r'.^«general ana South, whoee slaves, culmination— the ends of the Northern idea. The tufo are antagonistic—deadly hostile, parallels that never meet, can never exist harmonious- The one we no«p engaged in will, before Ü: end% con ed ly wounded. Mb iogol is killed. alscji reported that we took nine and released them oo .At. must, t OTiy , reaching t' conflict, and every man capable of be, ; anus, not only look upon it * his duty, T ' were taken, ' c opinion, founded Upon the Long and disability oaths wfll avail orthern hordes ward. 'ItÉrl: |£iiw A participa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 September 1862

' i* ' nfei't '' "tJ Vi 'áS8tot¿Sltt®Mií''<iii^6 " fe' ■ , -.:kí " ' •Jisftinfii-iAW «.flSf ■■ • s£k iwaL * ,*■ jL# . > ,Éf A** BaLatiaflM IfeWv -wf «>.# BÉita Af mam un . four wtntaof water! ■:,..:hvwp-4 <.. The «team cwgm "I ooDitantly oo l.«m of ifcrtl Tmm iít0m ®mr\ i « MfiKí :S ,:.w •' > Jt> (fííMíí dfy IS V:'' •wsSísaasSK? ■• •*« M ' ' the flote ia not. filled ofet. a*+ e,.v. nTt/1 (i , W.ttWIlUAl •'j'^1 * 'iÚ.' n ti i ' '■ I. ¡1 "i'iii^i nn'i cold; one . Goodloo." . •*- U-W e notéj.which of batter the 1W¡V :.v",i m ft nrrr m:> [$$' fV'-N ■ I ¡p:=J ® • ' i*l k'~1 I Will p«r w*:i iogethur of óritow wnii'tt# tifo „ dder.'flfo ptópert Hay Oo. mwawdplatw tharein «tu M CODSYV ON T0B8DAY TM 7«I OCÍOÍ *. *•***)* r^To threo At tha pImó for making pabilo «¿lea In Wf:!ÍVí '"• —-WT-W €^8fí.--aWíet w6 oflarso tracts, 1 Ibe.andisft JofcttlL fl fc«UaM$Jega- OBdor l¡WB<l having mm, uoetratoii «mim nam «ü tratffl aath '■of on tu from ■MIPP "i aoo'd. i¿ _ if 6f DojinlB ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 24 September 1862

arc, minoro 1H JH~-Wáf§iÉÍE ^íuarch triumphantly tothe ^«inrUn^'snewlevies tUe KÍ«a. We >rmy, >w collected atWt- ike the «ame course as those «utire * 5 «üe étp'«ble óf aijbsHting man «> iSSC"* publtaíTSw MUIIWW ^«PWMJilvu IM1U IWHgP) unUla would bo required, Which Qotfvttolmea ha, >• Itcmr obtain. Tb? jpbíiey «P it seems, moreover, to Ja- will absorb all such mb may be raised I now „these, under Lee, will pro- if it bas not, ready done so; the other, under .will move into Kentucky, and from >%#> opon celerity oí action, ■wnHiv:.: •* erkli /mm thai Mfcttliarn afrétiE— 4,. 4\,n %i* |L ^before the^j|rj^g«ra disciplined, theit^P^^wefgbt ofc campaign will end. uinously for.tKe Federal- wl¿ ¿°- ' íémmmmm the war btnnafenp* to their soil, their paper-money, like the French Pignat*, *¿11 go do#b; ío nothing; and *[ -T'" v; ':M :.7;' *"■• Our fellow-townsman O. S. West, late •y of State, the duties of which offloe he aBly fulfilled, has been appointed Judge-g Advocate-Gene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 24 September 1862

k'v; -sV-'i* pl fuver,) him, and rnd KBY&MoOOB . mmm ip r E k v iollnr a bt!«h(i ■ppm on, are hereby hem will % s a>e without unite or other to tuake estimate Eilra^ed 1 y ll<nld«' P vuoMw i.'.', : ..!• ¿S?J a following «took; One ba; WV my. two b pHt riot, as U general «ule, mail oases. v«i- w and one brown Span with a eyoniho? at tbe The Virginia paper are demand «JIsittnMi the del PM nMW' of the New we much jiy ran ountain 01 Reward?* d Jy bat dei ' i could eré#* wiUbe of all pereon.- ImBII Mountain Cltjr, Hay* Co., July #u4*tf. *f. >. rrrrf ■I th'Uad and moirtly H. abcut fci year old, abort, heavy net, wry ' t-jdSP™ki year* old, black, ahd Wintí Sills Tbe Rtobmon sdES^** e tsve bXn Informed that • army camel fWarshousa-Mu. Drayagá vTSn42- ly fo should Brick WiW'P«>6f tee evi- W* have no year* old( tbiekltp*, pwn#w y • of to soWers'fcmilleS to make MHaSSMl lu«..PlPv 8* uüríóüV Office , ¡1 June 24,1862'.,.,. f 4 payment of claims for fbr the leader, Bt>n, U «red...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 October 1862

■ ÉB s &;;;■ ■ u¿, spr Siwiftw: ipw<ii^''jrf^ttS^ j* Wm «fcM < • . •jjf"'">«; « th« •JM1 baaHie.i w i&KS-M All our ■PHHpiljHBpBBRIHVK' «*í"Wl We'.$) ■ 4w^| &* -'i'j*lf -* '' "' ■'•■' * Dr. Lark, of Washington County, Tex* , arrived here last evening, stated he ha<l mot :^Íll"J5í , cdpy of the Vicksburg Whig, giv ed except three «How fever. The S3É -325=2 Helnk Tfee; firing heard at Gálvestou must V*« bee at sea. There was no oocasionfor firing ¿ on the ?ílst I onera, 430 < wagons, IS stand at lery, etc. 26 We perceive the Galveston News half again in eonsequenceof the order relative to removing of Mr. Close' foundry. We, ¡how- ever,, Ufefiithe tenor of its last article, and would feel no disposition to Hod fruit With the conclusions provided the premises were notfifeg but the public military necessity, can; or It wtó just could justify the Executive in aeixing upon rB"*on wl"" privateproporty against the wiU of m W> err even to remove it to a j>l4ce ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 October 1862

PllTTrTlIZi *, ¡ > > •- '. /:^í ... . • ;;y.-r • • '_ , ': ' ''' .' \ , '^^í,W^.'; -> > • "" "V '"' * , ., V • . "' 1 • - ' «v ■•'... f, í . - , . / . . :'.. , • • • /-. ; "' >' •< :■•■ r^Éjtóiwewt, '.éÜ • - • . " ■ ,¡ "•■: •. ' . ■ ' - ■■••• ■•• ■•.-. •■■ ,..- jv v ,: ,,. /•. K.v ■•■■•',' ••'::,íí;%- &'¿r ■ -■■ ■"■'■■ -A\./: ;f$<?í I'; •' ■'■ Á¿ ■'.: ••• •..: . • ' ■. • ■. . •'; lÉÉMÉwflfHr I ImfflHW1 Wf ■w ^'WW%'f^Wr^^tíT • "• . " ■ < ' Si-.¿.V • ;' . :, *, • '• ■ :• rtV . " ■ iv« ,.>. < :•■ ' i ;t*i .'■ ¡A ,'CÍ ;si *.,V >-,,v-,ín ■, *■' *Pi™ .............. m saa ■■ 4 h r; «bo laí on time imT " n¡¡ J 4.Np> GENERAL Aü£fí7\ .; ¡ « #*« * AVBW IR. ■ f "" '"' ■' «taíMy. * I *> BH on iho 19t old. about 11 hall ivHIe said, kVm$maK « bonded Q;ap.; Apl)li2BilS8i. JÜ :V ' ' ' 'MJf-'V' ~ ■ swjuiry sftef twam % oommanead ealllDg inewUb a toindno mo to bellove thut the train*, bad re- turned and our ceonpntton of Qallatln tnado known In Na h ll ¡ <...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 October 1862

PPiíiLr^-^ 3 rwwíptfarw ü ta* ■PBSIiP DO _j: 'í^t'p^iííí'.1" KSH ■WMM SfíSS'^¿ El; r«:'T>í 1 I *>Tn tbe Senate the áthorisiag- .• <m •: fciSLVTCa# contradictory that it Is imposm whether oar armies V at inVirginia where he iu reported to havo precipitated his Amy upon Bimiside's Divis- ion and to have annihilated it.i t'Qen. D. Hill tate the "M 00 tUe0 íFli batt enteri The mc the gun loaded «{id in ] > fear was badly Used up by the Yankees Yost. Sh&rnsbnr?. We infer as much from the "Ww The conscript bill from the House was by wb tituting therefor tbe bij" ^ub^^obaR^f _ mera! naosed in'Honse effect. UHtnt puinvV Hi * vpw i II to raise revenue considered in com- whole until. adjournment. et Sharpsburg. We infer as much p om the sHence of our owu correspondents Who repre- sent that our «enera!# on the flanks whipped the enemy but omit to say as much for Hill who-encountered their center. Lee is un- . Jackson, i. The great object is become 'thoroughly disciplined and th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 October 1862

y> 4'-;. ?5J' r:- '■ - •,.. i-,- • v • '^•yy f,\- p-,:' • y, ,, % -A-iv - v>.{ JKá'-) |Í:Í^í?4¿W'(!I" he ro* ft «. «iome! f Ap.H.M.lm. vliaSlly. 1—...1 ' Blckles KxeeUlor ¡...«•ffiissvrjjs*- I M* fí in their vicinity ft>? th* amount of olothiri üi A01 ' nslft ulothl T)U to furninh Ira- thereto, aJfill tree# tbo tember ngreaa HPIP%j —Northern Examiner, contains B—M—' 1 rebel camo at Md., wflbroke up oh Eriday and the army marched, to Hagerstown, and are preparing p*rob tata Pennsylvania and td.Cham irg, J^also says that the rebels have re ly, to the ne/tresi Port Qtmrtermister, a memo- Invoice of he lartlclea, with price aiWMHril. to en in making purchases for .0 Q«ai termtoter' : mat!on will mmm terlan jnoa. •Id Olty.H* ng agon to are also t) expaou-a «hatrtbé • localities, cure supplies, tp their recruit* The M*Jor oat Koom t tion,1h ttbe} could not be trwte* la a fight. the 14th tbl De- arohiwa^ Ra-Drama YWnitS. ty r*-:. I arma lie entered H it *| tn tof the Wbloh tb Kuua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 October 1862

train to-day, Iak;; boon issued from VlMgade, to repair to ^tsirtogT^^ 1 iMWOd x the 00th ult., and rious scoundrel * whom «re t for thaiDurpOM, over our « re- lato while passing and 14 of her crew ¿9 their senses. The "Essex" th Col Iwmn- that Oo ithout firing a the surrender, but the repo ly credited. SWoitideb i for late papen*, aleo ti mm h at Marshall te of their Jay Hawkers from Fore Arouosie are through Cook county, ■ vidnlty fc mmm o* .and hi " with th his BBik ■BU Em. would die. IK in Kentad^W 1 now of opsratiorrt in Mississippi has been lately changed, fho abandoned the notion of |§|||prleans at j|j| who arrived at ankeeiand were In the moat dep condition, having fbr three weeks beenf< ' cracker*, and III ^abCT «Él ÜM OH mm®, ¡V mt They _ WW* m rived and state that the ( J of the Es«ex, both of on board the 200. Thisia BY THE CENTRAL TRAIN. "'"'V lv'v^3®* WJ ' rom tbo Houston Tri«grapb, " 1 BBH F oblig%tion8fto Mr. J&:I| e 28th, Mobile Evening NeSof tht the VickSbur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 October 1862

1 rere- mn, sanie jsi' mú the) • 21.---Tbe Enquirer has a „ . . ■■VfMpMl^ terrific 60¡£- At Sbárpiburg 011 wedueídav. The advantage was on our «ide—jWeat loes on Generáis i fanning and ten a ■a mpWfiWWm mm?r:... '.il'..^r J.-: -a ■i 'v.• w HpSl rilta fir, 'ivWjiu credit* the' VonpM|■ lent that > Federal kMed, and Generals D. K. Jones, i, Ripley and Lawton wounded, whole «trengtli of both artme%was en- ed in the fight. hl~ ---joct sayB the flght Wtó renetr«d nni :^Mii|he onemy<MÍH|HH||i nino mitas. . , ¡ir í^if|pp* ichmond,Sept. 21.-The Now York" of tho 18th, claims a victory at Sb< its dispatches are oontracdiotory," in stating that the Gonfederatw w Louisville claim a •Duncan and Sett's force : at lid. Ky. v> Turk Heyald, wtys : Filé «toámers ia the port of St. Goorge, aWftiting an ntty to run tho bloUfcade. t; F ¡üís 'Jra* United States awéíjal, at i <lii '• Ü gh's Hill, 25 ■ill chée%Geié|| (cannon, is t i Jink I Suite* whofcave for ;.:' . — mmi ; i'MSS ng the comma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 October 1862

a ouuuuw UI 111) U Ub Ol $ ÍP;í r? fiLfite Confederate States XamumMBé> aSMflateafca.^ .-.*•« « as; - ffe¿«ü special Notice. their ability to do so. ísSB ■-. id\oraoiy lor us. On thu first day Van Dora drove Hozencranz into his entrenchments, btscigtíd Ijíui there the second day. capturing several sie u tiuuiv we uuvunccu, ,;e ginin,yGreen's brigade again sullering heavily and being tho first to Sütcr the town. uo appear aie coarser than in the genuine, lhe engraver's name does not appear in the counterfeit. , Wíbujnoto , Sept. 24.—Gea. Prlne® and :«Dily oaptnr other offli'oni r«c«n nrmy of 1'ope, bavu been AUSTIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTTt Tí, |H«¿ ■uay'i.iHi í,:¿; «MSS& wfawmwmmmSB l< VAILANDINQHAM, Made at Cólumbus, at the Democratic 8m>< ÍW- ««twn qf Ohio, tm the tburtk day of July, P JÍ62. « S i '<> ,■ Following the rending and adoption of the resolution , loud end continuous call tirer* mide for Mr. Vallandingham} and when he ascended the platform, he was greeted ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 22 October 1862

J COT! t<0UI6y I their abilii PMIHIRRi l>y THOMAS to colleot or yaot thoofflea, an* to appoint agent | H, **111 % «npportál : I *• next NovsmUur election ■ «íM •' -■ v'S(aik PA t y "* .■'a..'l l stóií i ttt the next elwitlon. mast vot*r8. - tuanc «BAUF . ' We r to hear of the He was the most . . . . HBHpM# talented $i our Texas Generals. The people of the tier, who almost idolized liim, will never cease to rnear his loss, lite deserved to dflo as Marshall died, on the battle field, at the head of his brave troops ; but fate decreed it oth- erwise, and the brave Nelson fell a victim to on® of those dangerous camp diseases that hive more than decimated our gallant eo)- v''' diers. The Supremo Court commenced its in this city oo Monday last. We are see JudgeOeo. P. Moore !*! Camp life, corn bread and Ü& sleeping in the open air, are wonder- ful restoratives. . USE" The depredations of the army worm have proved very destructive in this section lately. The Hungarian and river b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 22 October 1862

uali #ft< I. H. HUHHALL, (Successor to Kerby fc M (•o '/ Jw,™ to Otn, -J A UfclTIN,.. .......TEXAS j the Btuto, on reoelpt of creditors. Oommis. t, aaoordlng to iaoo* par- lito LOsi- informed that KM PMf made a I ing ■HI fe?' ft | on $wWC| EmIioIIn burated in pRV I *r" 0 «fié of m citizens was killed,; soon b? sfnoon, about sunset, the enemy Ü 1 dwb on tho left, with'the hopo a commanding position; mm and driven back tlwiafiMitii faiiro| 'that Qen. Lóring had crossed ays ago, was withoi 1 '"',h ^here 10 o'clock at 1 It seems I was mistaken in oné j th* Harper 'ing a bloodless vie oflhe f was iought Sum , f the river, at Cram; ^Qen. Howell and about Bi:A Gap and • nfvery man IP41 " «toíof that tin tbeBeffl baak or pultr >rry. , I noW tbifct a '••Wl b, wit"S'« men of ■KM it, if need command. vÉLffií up the }« dire*: and A, P, and it j was .1 | should until; the aw* to «M üc fight ensued; St --if— ííbé Gap 's almost, ila ■a des- bwn ur- y!had h was too late but Cobb did tl croflW...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 29 October 1862

ma ■' 'iie £? X¿S'' II IN killed In the patch fay. ■Bi t on that to eallMt or ■P'4ÉMB fc oo. WPint«K Oto f . ■■■■ himSífte. river. lié was still pursuing him. umbo inoUy. Uinod his three Will ha u NovemUr frluiid, fel'owoittien nnd former Mayor , W. Win , hMponreuted tobe a candidato j'oraliy of Iht* city at the naxt eleollon. 5>¿¿j it. 14,3812. Mi*T Vdrwi . . should work equally as well when applied to - live Yankees. Let our people, therefore, cease 1 1 their murmuring*, nnd trust to the inventive w I I ' w Kiotta Monday ad of Npvt'mbar,lM2, WL'JJ.1. UJ tHlü"l-.'J Lj L.-JJ JJ-J.UJjeSg JAPAN POUCT, " There are two Brigadier Generals at San Antonio, and the enemy in Galveston." Luoullus and >Iark Anthony were great cap- tainsin the field, but out of it, dissolute, sloth- ful and worthies#. Such lis not the case, ,Jjow- ever, with our great military lights, and though, at the sound of the cannon's roar, on the Island City shore, they have remained quietly at home, yet they have...

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