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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 October 1846

S$- gbjJMpwai .it" .! n ! 1.1 .n.ir.. .n T. fiId"eKainmethe-numefousTumorsJieJr Washington, Oct 10th, 1846. 3?" Has lately published. 'It is but a few AveekS To theEditor oftte&emfifrat. suiut;. lulll lit: iuiiuuuuuu uu icaucio win. ; heart-Tending rumor of the destruction of poof TanAmberg, bya ferocious tiger ,at'the menagerie in Brooklyn, New York, and the terrible suffering of a poor girl on the occasion. &c, &c, all which was to- itttlh&destitute of truth. In aJate number. of hispaper, he'devoted'nearly a column of editorial matter to a rumor about the Si- yisiohrof the Stated in another number hejub'.ished a. rumor, that a certain neigh- "aborof his had .been tired upon hy Indmns while-riding into Austin, hfit subsequently found that it was another person. If he rhasbeen so bfinded -by rumors originating- near his own door, he is poorly qualified to lecture others. . We advise him, before he fekes another'complaint aDjoutrumors, to i call' to mind the text, "fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 21 October 1846

-"?S? r s jt "ss ta;5aS xs s i & u 3KJtMSH TOLUNTEEB'S'LAST Glgr- Cwse ae awhile, itty gallant boy, AnUet me gaze upon thy brow Asjbcfeliagt; been my Bosom's joy, Jfy choicest gift I leave thee now, VlStifcir-Jocm for the brare and mie, - J; i4lte sword of " eighty-two. Jt VWl&n Jrst I a; its naked edge, AiUazed;Hpon tts studded hilt, OKytotry heard my solemnjdedge, v Tpotntit at the axon's guilt ; "" Ami ware it in the holy cause, Of f-jghtagainst oppressive laws. 'WteiWenseance called it neverspared, r Wkn mercycried, it struck no blow j jLnd yet, oe sure 'twas never nareu, Utftae befoie our freedom's foe ; , Xjd Ogi, tny boy, fwassureto clear A pathway for Xhe volunteer. Accept it tlHW fwill be in thee Jl loved memorial of thy sire ; And know myrgallant boy from me, TJhU''c is,my bosom's last desire Tbtnatieswords may soon renew TfceelorKKis scenes of " eighty-two.' f ' A SISTER'S LOTB. Jtpre-.consinnt than the evening iSttr IVhich wildly beams above i3?han .diadem oh ! d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 28 October 1846

iW6 VF ' ?fBBesssgBS2L for the first, and fifty c"u r es or """"ne dol.ar serlion. A deduct?, n orfir.!0'0"11 ff.-l"" '- new quarterly. . viieyo Announcing candidates, five rlnll, !. PUBLIC PJaiNTJSRS, J TERMS :Foar Dollars por annum, in advance ? 'sSix5oIIrsitthe ond of the yean No subscription SrrosiycsLi For less than eix months. - j - - - 'JAUV AKC i ,,i, e-?peaJen!?s6nl from bnthiscoa iy, must be paid form advance. 7 VOLUME I. AUSTIN, TEIAS, WEDNESDAY,, 0CT013EB 28, 1846. . mjjffBMTi. v m 1.UW1 aluiro ' -tsw -t . H MISGELLAKEOUS. , - ' From the French of S. Henry Berthond. a ' BLUCHER. No one in France can have forgotten ' ."the hated name of Blucher, the Prusslaa -field-marshal, so many times beaten by our generals in the hatlles of Jena and Auerdstadt, who escaped during the ca pitulation orrrenziau, iFom inenanas 01 j iGen. Klein, by a miserable falsehood y .whobehaved in such a cowardly man- j, ,her;atLubeck, where he was taken pris- -oner-at the head of thirty thousand men...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 28 October 1846

V- 15 hxfc- & --f " - "i-5 t.. .... .liiMclmi wlih the first -Re-i - -. .m..tf MniiiitHfi Rrttisers, under min.lofCol. John C. Hays, . r Gillespie's company -was detached --,. ivnr ii iin i " -- Vh clc.iri to the Engineers who were .sent ii"" -.s-yi.'i ni.,..,.iinn of the enemy s wrtrks Eft-, f ,& .- .- i .... tiio mist side of the , lorfSnpproiohed so near their lines as to 'r" . draw-lie fire of their nmsquetry. - - -Afi!Sr .completing dieir observations on the exacftrf of the citj, t became necessary i.ir thiuei3 to certain the situation tit the enemy's fivts and fortifications on the west eniof Jim city. To i-ffect this and reach if naiat on the Saliillo road, o as to be nut of ilie reach oflhe Mexican batteries, it was ne- " t;es.ry,lo travel a distance of nar five miles, passing through several labores and fields, along the foot of ihe mountains, which rose. ,k their riidit. Durinir this route they were t-jsome liisvmce exposed to the batteries of ,- of ihe principal M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 28 October 1846

hi&. LL -i v - , Ik -I ;-: i .' Jwbitgjf committing depredations on the- in" habitants are met with while Scouting, the ofS- cer in command will caution the Indians that - 5f they persist in their hitherto practice of steal- - fJnff,autI-p hindering, they .Will be pursued and " cchastized. Should they si!I persist in these " practices rtliey will be, pursued, taken and 'brought to Austin, and delivered to the offi- . cefs of the civil government of the place 7 ex- liSept,in case' of murder, when summary pun- ifslinient will be promptly administered by the commander. f-:'Buts for the protection of men and stores roiufthe weather, will be immediately erected ? 'jatjicach -station. Leave of absence from stations will not be aken orgranted by or too any one without the -1?sanctibn of the officer in charge. JgT--T . . JI. S. HOWE, wr - Captain 2nd Dragoon-, an4 Officer in charge of Volunteers. " iltA-gentlemifn'of this vicinity has handed us - r letter from Capt. Pilsbory, for the pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 28 October 1846

ii- l i? Z THE DILEMMA :ar o; Tr.-H0L5rES. 1CW by the blessed Paphian flueepf rVfra Heaves the breasJtofsweet sixteen j rBy every name I cut otf bark v Befcfwy morningtarigrcwMdark ; XByiHymeVs torch, bj,Gupid's dart, By alfthafthrtllsthe'beatiuglieart; TbeVight black -eye, the melting blue - I cBOt choose between the two. - J '. ?T" 1 Sad a vision in my dreamsj - j" IjSnw a row of twenty beams,; J"rom every beam a rope.was hung, In every rope a lover swung, I asked the hue of every eye, 'TFhut bade each luckless lover die, Ten. livid lips, said heavenly blue, And ten accused the darker hue. I asked a matron which she deemed With fairest light of beauty beamed ; Sheunswered, some thought both werefair, Give her blue eyes and golden hair. " 1 could have liked the judgment well,' JBiit-asshe spoke she rungjthe bell, And all her girls, nor small norfewj Hume marclung hij their eyes were blue. - I asked a maideu ; back she flung Theocks thatronnd her forehead hung Andturned her eye, a.g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 November 1846

1 :& - tf PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, TEU3IS OP ADVEIMPISIffCf. '-J. S. FORD & M. CRONICAN, "" " PUBLIC PRINTERS. For each square ?ot ten lines or under, on ,. " "f, a,'u n,"y cents for each suqsef, sertion. A deduction of fifty per cenLirt uponycarJvadvertisrini, :..' .t jc-r. I-TEKMS Four Dollar per annum, in advance 3ix Dallars.at the end of the year. No subscription received for less than six months. new (juarlefJy. Xt Announcing candidates, fife dollars- ID All advertisements sRn't frnm k,.r YH. ty, must be paid for in advance". iLUMijpiiwatfta YOLUME 1 AUSTIN, TEXAS, TODKESDAT, KOTEMBEB 4, 1S4G. from. JW I . . f . ' . MISCELLANEOUS. H THE TERRIFFIC FIELD OF ISLY. ? ' The following animated description of "4he'battle of Isly, fought in Algeria in Au- gust, 1S44, between the French," under - Marshall Bugeaild, and the Moors, under ' " Ab-del Bokhari and Ab-del leader, -will -probablyj-e Tead. with interest in these bel- ' io-erenftlmes, being a brilliant sketch of a ":. -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 November 1846

- ;: iMW iE3s J '---A 3ncSBBaBaHBMHBttlMB6eEBBEESEiBSSaSEEaCSE!SSSESS If miillTMlfl IIIB-MIB I HHaBBBBM - Z. ?r, ;5d a J? leiu scbooi was Kept in f.. -, . j i i . - 4 2.nr-i xia eaitice nee occupiea uy -iulion. This school seems, from Ktits f and we Bave taken some inforra ourselves about ibis mat- S Kgave been of doubtful utility. tie wpvpr in havRTlearnea to reaa ; lto have gained some imper- y' V5. ..r t " - ?r.nffi in the ial && winter, were thefonly seasons he v wed to imnrove even me uuur -oniaTB8 nF cnr.h'a scnool. Lhe ibe year he was Irepl to hard work. ?i he worked vrv well he was permitted i rn home from the fields to be in time go reia his place ihJfSpellins. But is eG3r;ui ir ne ever weni w suun a stuuui nanre than sixraonthsnn all, till the death ? i fTtKar xrrKirVi T?nlr nlnnft when he -v-nc Inirlepn tpnrsl old. This event vi ,,jct., .. u-... V"""- I" i-chasgsd at once the fortunes of the farai- &?. They had beenjmaintainpd in com-Bfs-t-Me circumstances chi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 November 1846

& r r'fmi- . -August 25tb. Here I wish to make some remarks which;, for want of room, Xomitled in the above' communication. -r"jo TCnrnTT has cnrae in rjossession of . sis pieces of the enemys cannon, and a part of the ammunition brought out by Bpeyera and young Armijo, from Inde- pendence. They are worthless, except- inone piece whicli Avas taken from the $ exans, which is a very "fine cannon, and will perhaps, be added to Major Clark s two batteries. They had slugs of co'p- peVinsteadfgrapeshot. - The papulation of Santa h e is estima- ted at 4,000 to.6,000. The town occu- .mes.an area of several miles in extent. The houses are-built of unburnt bricks, called adorjies in Spanish. In, the city there are-six catholic churches and no school. The streets, are crooked and narrow The public square is about . -ninety. yards from north to south, and one - 'hundred from east to west. There are -maWatoresand shop's fronting this square. At present this square presents very 'rnuch the ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 November 1846

! I f 4- MTrt E... ! J. "- J - IB g 1 ? ' - 1 ISXrttg fmtfCFiroE TUE NOT FOR WEEPING. .l ' OhlmJp meiiotfor weeping-! "' How can I smile ? when he " I loved the best is sleeping -. f ' Dreamless beneath the tree. . - - What thought the wild bird-singeth . . Among the branches freel Its song no longer bringeth One thought -of joy to me. - ,5.tT.he ghul-sun brightly shining, , c . Bat seems to mock my woe, -Fe watched Jrim in declining . . The crimson clouds below, JLnd almost wished the morrow j. For me, might ne'er again . Waketo renew the sorrow ,, That makes this life a pain. :" , Pve'watch'd the star of even, In nil its beauty come Out from the vault of Heaven t To point to me hishome ! And while the golden gleaming " - Fell on the sparkling wave, I've wept to think its beaming , Was,sleeping on his grave. "Too cloudless was the morning, n "To have its sunlight last, ' -iThough beautiful the dawning, -rj -ts loveliness har past, . -' Ah.-hope! thy opening flowers - But blossom'd ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 11 November 1846

-39" r v - - If 2? fr N- -- 9L ,JfrJgam&.. -rjwrjXLlSHBD EVERS" WEDNESDAY, TERMS OP ADVERTISING. For each square of ten linea or under,, one dollar for the first, and fifty cents for each snqsequent In- sertion. A deducting of fifty per cent. Mil be made upon yearly advertisements, with the privileged ro- new quarterly: Announcing candidates, fire dollars is advance. CD" All advertisements seiit from beyond th.'s coat tyt must be paid for irt advance. V && EOBD & M. CRONICAN, "-,-,1- .. a-PJJBMC PRINTERS.- ' "jBfcsPT r TERMS FsuifpoHara nor -annum, in advance -A- rSijrljolIars aUhe enaol-tjieyear. o suoscnjmuu jjteoeivcd for less, tBan -six-months. w - T" -"? " ' r " -- - -. . .r - f'- VI Mil MM AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEMESMY, NOVEMBER 1L 1846. MJK&EIUd. i rf -'a-v V " J -fc- UPllLANEOHS; A - jj$rthe Footsteps in tin Snow. p$ TRENTON: rr ?i -Wf&tjL "Br GEORGE .LIPRARD. ?"- twas'alarfcand dreary night, sixty- jtekfi years agot yhen, in an ancient fartn- vjiousefthat r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 11 November 1846

- tc-V ?VCTXJgb t ( MJUucifajyH',VT AryfTfrA .WSJ! Effi JJlnffl prchlbUio'niprTestrictions should be laadeirf regard to slavery in California, indwhen an amendment to that effect was carried againsiour voles, we both voted ngainst the Bill allowing the President two millions of dollars to purchase Califor- aia although without that anti-slavery amendment, we. together with the whole South, were the warm friends of the Bill- it may- be asked then why we voted mgainsi slavery in Oregon and for it in California. The reason is plain and obvi- ens. .All of Oregon is North of 30 12 de- grees oFNorth latitude, or as it is common- ly called the Missouri compromise line, while some of California is South of that 'line. It will be recollected that when the State of Missouri applied for admission as x State of the Union, that on account of the existence of slavery in that Slate, the Union came near beins dissolved. Her 'first application for admission was rejected, She was at length, however, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 11 November 1846

- ''&: - tTSXAS STATE LIBRARY - Austin, Texas X 1 -T" "t,fegal!ant- 3d ,and 4lh regiments, were cat up, and jbrced to retire, leaving their killed and wounded in the hands of the 'enemy, without even the consolation of uring .tneir guns ; tne contusion aia noi .jamountiaa panic, but it was very great. The armistice is another proof ofgeneral- ship 'on tKe part of Taylor ; he -allowed 'from- ten to fifteen, thousand soldiers to ''match oulUo fight us again,and that loo, when we bad them in a position where "we could have annihilated them. The .fuluremovements of the army'iVuncer- lafn";. rumor is rife in this place. It is Hpresumed a vigorous war is about to "'commence, and I should not be surpris- iif my next, to you dates from Tampico "orjyera Cruz. H. jEkobk the Army. Several of our dis--cliafged'voIunteers who-were engaged in the ..iatelmule at Monterey, arrived in town on Monday Hiorning, and have furnished us wilh ,me furilier details of thft fight. They con- firm the repor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 11 November 1846

YjLRfETY. ' 1ftl jgiiT'rw At the ae of 14, Jphn &;mh was a gentleman at large, and yas rrrAn.iPi5?Afin in Washiasrton street, bos- R&m.tiieJtfd neat but not gaudy. He ran &WOT from Mr. Shark, and -was seeking em- Toyraeat in 'the. city of notions, when Jihancmjrto get info a bit of a scrape ot a f JSunrfay evening, with others, ne appeared tlheJPoliceUourr, mereiy as u, wio fvait 'ow When the following talk took fc place between Smith and the Judge. . Jx&ge. iir. omun, wuai is yuui. uuoi- ness, sir? What do you follow for a liveli- 1L flood? Smith. Nothing particular. Judges-You do not appear to be a man rf property how do you get your bread? Smith. I sometimes get it of Mr. Hnm- Ireri, the baker, sir, and sometimes Jdd -e. Stop, sir. Understand my ques- tion, ""kow.do vou support yourself? Smilfi. On a chair, sir, in the day time, in a. bed at night. Judge. I do not -set here to trifle. Are yoaa mechanic? Smith. No, sir. Judge?-'What are you then ? Smith. A Universa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 18 November 1846

3 - -sar 4 UBHSHED -RTTEirF WEDXESDAT. " TERMS OP ADVERTISIM Z2T ll For each square ,of ten Jinesor under;, on -dollar for the first, and fifty cents for'eacjl subsequent in- sertion. A deduction of fifty per cent. wm be made upon yearly advertisements, with the privilege.fo re- new quarterly. Tt Announcing' candidates, ffvc dollars Ts advtincs. fTT All adv'ertisemontgsent from bntrnni? iV rnlm- S.0B2i & K. CHONICAN, PUBLIC PttINTRS. TERMS FoniDollars per annum, iti-advance SixDolIarflattha-end of the year. No subscription Mcefvcd for less lhan six months. & . . l rjLr "J j iy, inu3i.'ut;,puiu luctnsurutiuv. , t AUSTIN, TEXAS, YEME&DAY, IJOWBEB 18, 1846. OTIUME -I. "5U .RUBBER 4 .-. ; 1 . .: .- 1 1 j r- r-C rgZ I S-rffe: jt TJsS5-2TIST - jSWb?. k i& r mzm 1 ffiMWWSf ""'iS-S ,S Sir SClLXAO0ffK; -,. X JjLJL "Oii-i Xiuuv- j jiy xvnx u.10 ?V , REPUBLIC. nrmi ,o a f Try-rrc!rrr'T a att- li rcfs . ' "BT C EDWARDS TESTER." C i ",. , TIT , fl , 7 T , ... , chapter ill. f Lon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 18 November 1846

jjggiafiaisiri -ys. - .TO THE INHABITANTS OF . . - GALIFOUNIA. He Central Government of Mexico vicorarrwnced hostilities against the ujwe piates.ot America, oy iuvauig Afrjerrilory and attacking the troops, of United Stales stationed at the north iideskthellio- Grande, with a force of Vfea thousand men, under the command f -General Arista, which army was lo- klly destroyed, and., all their artillery, aj&iggage, &c. captured, on the Sth and tehot May last,' by a force of two thou- mni three hundred men, under the com- jswdof Gen. Taylor, and the city of JCftf aioarDS taken and .occupied by the fiwbes.of the United Stales. i Tkelwo nations being actually at war 'iy-jfeis transaction, I sKall hoisi ihe stand- ard of the United Stales at Monterey im- mecliately, and shall.carry it thioughout California. I declare "to the inhabitants of Califor- nia ifeat, although -in arms with a power- ful ihrce, I -do not come among them as aa eopmy to California,"nut, on the con- trary 1 come...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 18 November 1846

fc fc t s mi t 4' ? - V & f Ws SV. ' --partydispersed. Each one seemed to fee' uhat ... ' n,Jyis0 .seldom, weaves "a chain .,s lke this to jn'tght, that oh ! 'tis pain .... ... ToJbreak Its links so sbon." --- - iVe learir, says the Northern Standard of Oct. IOth ult that on the 1st inst., a rencoun- tertook place in Gn.yson county, Jietireen Uol.'HoHand Coffee, well known as one of . Ite'earhest traders with the Indians, on the waters of Red River, and Mr. Ghas.A Galla- "way; 'a merchant, resident at Washita Post. tCbl.'Ceffee is" said to have received some stabs Vfeich proved mortal. We have not full par- ticulars. - " fifcThe deceased was tf roan warmly esteemed ja'Jare circle of friends, and noted for . reat frankness and natural nobleness of char- 'acter. Though -a long time resident upon the I. llndiaaberder, he was remarkable for that con- siderate kindness of feeling more ordinarily , the attendant upon leaned society. He was a ' 'warm friend and true hearted gentleman, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 18 November 1846

I ? - . - "" m 1 -.. . i." -J- - r -- g i ra a" ' 1 T X-'i -.SS tf fra;( K-n-- BE JLMER1QAN GIRL'S SONG. p - Isr ieartsisre with our native land, i -. stdrswjf-jrfbr her glory ; ? riTrnors Wreath'isin our hand, rrjjp8whreathe out her story. . -Hcriofty hills .and valleys green kt shining brightfy before us ifcrJ like a rainbowflag Is seen Her proud flag wiving o'er us. j-S-there are smiles upon our lips Far-'ihoFe who?meetthe'fopnian Zfo?tforyJsstnr kr-jows no eclipse, ', Tffeen smiled upon by woman. cr "those who hraye the mighty deep, And acorn theShreat of danger, seVe smiles tojifieej, and tears to weep, For every"ocean-ranger. - - OnrTiearts are withour native land, Out song is for her freemen ; ikir prayer is for her gallant band, Who strike where honor leads them. We love the taintless air we breathe Tis freedom's pndless bower ;" fsVH twine lor him an endless wreath, Wfco s6orns?a tyrant's power. - ' jfhev tell of .France's beauties rare, ,jQf ftfUyn.roud dniiahters- i Scntl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 25 November 1846

v t . sssssflf??ss: Jt3&ISKEDjEryERT' wedsesdat, -- J TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 3f? iSjTftJjRD & m: eaqpsricAN, or encn square ol ten lines or under, on dollar lor the first, and fifty cents for nfil.J;iih.rmifnt in sertion. A deduction of fiftv ntr rAnt. will ho mactt PUBLIC PRINTERS. upon yearly advertisements, with ttie privilege to re4 new quarterly. JT SV' i,?,rERMS' Foar Dollars jor annnro, in advance i1 sjKx Dolfars at Ihe end of the year. No subscription . - r lreceivca Airless than six months. Announcing candidates, fivo dollars jr advance. J E? AH-adverlisenicntsscnt frQIrf beyond thfe coon-j ly, inusi oe paia ioj-in advance. -XiTOLUME I. -. . AUSTIN,- TEXAS, WEMESMY, NOYEJTBER 25, 1S4Q. itJlBEft 47. m " rjf - m 1 MtS CELL AKE01JS. 'Jfe CHARACTER OF WASHINGTON: ''- - BY-MR. JEFFERSON. JV'Often and accurately as the character "of Gen. Washington has been drawn, it "lias never perhaps been dplinpaled with So much impartiality and fidelity, by so jableahand,and by an indi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 25 November 1846

' yco. WOOD'S KBPORT. Bead' Quartered Regiment of Texas flaunted Volunteers, Ci" before Monter- t, Mkxico, 7 September 2.4th, 1816. S F 2iUrJGctieral J. P- He?iderso?i, C3m7nmKVr.sc the Texas Volunteers : Sir, if 8 o'clock on the morning of the 23 Hltt., orders Tvere brought me from GMi.tfifliriopnt the regiment instantly kmoflapirtof the enemy's Lan pprend Cavalry were advancing: to a post tlr-H on the east of our encampment. In eu minutes hit command were In the sad. djejatid rapving rapidly in thedirection m-H?r-itPrl ;Sma-l parties were thrown in advance to ascertain the" position of the 4 1 " " -r.r, A ftnr ft etfarav, an," prpvpiu ujsuuiac. :i-i . reCh,ad proceeded some distance it 'gRRceVtniued that the enemv had re irfled tojhe city. I then ordered Capt. O. M Wh?eler to remain with his company r.n3.Hrye their-mntious, and moved slow Ivmnv'th the remainder of the regimen 1 t Mftno&ip n position nbonr half a mile nonbofie hatterv captured, on the morn- ing oTlhlfel st, whe...

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