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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 16 March 1861

J ! "WT oiil™ Tlzall 1 u • • 30| : *eiuc uuH i F—.6 * lift eiefomaj ieis® ' ■ ■■■■■■■.■ -—« ,—• «** br'^!* 11 „.a „t™ , ;zfZXZ£°r."'": *""" * IB I >' '.'¡!jfeg=g " I " iimmMnv* ath )«uii y i.*jo* i m&sM^sacs "+• .t- .. "liiTfl ic. g •„ baivWiltedinto piw-; ■rip tfce remaining UnStodSrates. We MBBjB . BMB[ .^MWecb, wti^v .. - ■ „' ■• ^mr.t--T *Hb <wr readers to read H,-tt> ¿tody it- *"y "«V fro.i tUmlin. Hr-Rf ii i .. ..,! « .niCr-«* ► liiahill*! Wai flwa.hx p r f •'■ r*~ hiad^u.rmuml.on to ignoro the Seyeaal.n ^ the inauguration cerei • _ • *• * «C ii ■ ftnli fllal iÉi ««k «n *,oe a« 1.a nphn. nhnilf AAmmonAÍno. «full tiar af die QaU States— to possess the prbp- , ;s irty and places belonging to tlie Govern-' ..... „ ^gent/and toPpHect dutíea on impftrts.?' far tilia purpose, lie «dates, ha abaU tosfa •s&ioé.'VA-Mlite na'ofpow an WHfUaliied Ab' TELEGRAPHIC. ' WaaMngtflm, ,&MCÍ| ~Mti pu M^i1 Colonel .SI" Urns , eaceáccóin-, ae !s pproVed, and firetuB- wt! oiiered...

Publication Title: San Antonio Ledger And Texan, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 16 March 1861

«!tt aSedtlj Ittop: lí <nm Offiioial Journal ofto Antonio A. MACLEOD, J. X. DAfHUU., SMTOM. Mr. bicxao Powaa, of Corpas Cbristi, Is u tbortaadtoact íhv Agent. SATURDAY, •MARCH 10. Kmümvmi Banaw.—The Quarterly Bombar for Joanary of this gnat Classical work, demanda a mora particular notiea. than the limitad apaea of oar columns ad- mita. Tbla number, also reviews oar Ama- can Motley'* United Natberltnds, Lyndalls' great work on the Alps and their Glscisrs and an exosllent article on that subject of abaobring interest, •'the Kingdom of Italy." Blackwooss Maoszibx, for February instead of diminishing, oontlnnea to add to the exalted reputation of this work, which under Wilson and others, baa continued to shine with such a steady and enduring lustre. We would suggeet this as a most most fs vorsble moment, to commenoe or renew your subscriptions, as in these troublous tlmss we need all the solace we csn obtain. \vSSuOW Lincoln the Abolition President pf the Horthern Fragment of ths ls...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 16 March 1861

-mJ t3 r. r AfpétmtMtnlt by At Major Sackfield Maeklln, Uto Pay matter, U. 8. A.itttt Adjutant and Inspector General «ad Chief «f Qri&tonot with the rank of goiaiil Pfc Corpus Chris ti. to ha QmOpr Master QeaeraL with the would remind oor friends Ha* April, May and June, Is tbe appropriate season for «owing fillet seed, WlM thftfwnnd i* warn and after all daager firoats are p«*t. There ia an abnadaat supply of aeed la town, we pie >t bút*s m«fW á U generally do ¡ OM out columns for adverting, we «re iieh- Tkt Lean ff '*« Government.—The Montgomery 1141 learn that tbe KrapwiaNUW^Ioathern Dlreot Trad' ajwny of New Orleans, n¡h made lion to negotiate thfc i millions Of tho bond* of the States are 8^ 40 the '"'"'WW braoe* f!|^grteqigta^0fKánization in MlseissippWllIey^nd reata upon a basis of Credit in Europe. We i dea| that it can aid materially in ing the aloews of war. ■ i ta Saa Antonio and M&tMtorfir Railroad. We bare been pfEpiélly informed that thia road ia now complet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 16 March 1861

• " T-iiT t -mm MethodUt Bpicooptf church 6n Solidad street. Ear. Jesse Boring, Pastor. Pitch- ing every Sabbath at 11 A. M. ana 8 P. M° fio do, (to the Servants) it 3 i P. M. Sunday School do at 9 o etocfc A.' M. ' OfasV «•etirigeterr TtiestMy at8;i^ MilfaJ-e*. •i|j ftoq ; >¡wn u '.t Preshyttrian Ohnreh, Commerce Street. R v. Ifc F,1 Banting" JMattfr. PttieJjfn every Sábbath at IV A. M. at i)ight 4 -paxt 7 P. M. do do (tó the Servahts) it 84 P M. Sunddj School dé, lit: 9 A. M. Prayer meeting every tfodtiéfcdáy át 8 Pj^M.® ' St. Mrtrlc BjrtMojWF Oftui-fchtni Oía Má nonio Hall) Oommeráé utroct. Rev. L. H; Jone* RecWr/'Buniltiy Bchool every Sab- bath ktfó, Aí'Mtf -Sorvtce, Mil o'clock. A. " JU„ and 7 o'c ook M M. > Baptist Otiarch (orerSAjBardaSh's Bior ) Sohdad Street. Kev. J.'Il. Thúrinand, Pas- tori Preaching every Sabbath at 11 A. tt. and 7 Pi M.' Prayer and Coiiference Meet- ing. Buoday aod Thursday evenings, at 7 o'clock. German Methodist Episcopal Churcti, in the''Peoples...

Publication Title: San Antonio Ledger And Texan, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 6 April 1861

1 7 "i MACLEOD, & DASHIELL, - *¿£30é^ 4 t á. VOL i tfí. ' CITY OF 'SAN ANTONIO. SATURDAY EVENING APRIL 6. 1861. SB CONSTITUTION or TUB CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA. CMUmtolUtHb Meb ss4iadsp*adsstcb*r- fiadersl gov- dosawti* Iru- _ . 1 |ooer- Mifi* aud Mr pnstsritjr—iavskMfh* (im guidaae* -of Almighty U*d—ilo tiak (Hi caastitatioa Or lk« Com AmiiM. ARTICLE I. Sec. I. All Ugiflstiv* |««n herais «ball bs v**t*d la > Congr*** oftti T SUM, which fhsll couUt of s S*sst* «T Representative*. Sue. 2. 1 .-Tie Hons* of Represas Utiraa skill h* Vonapoaad oí meaban eho**s trtrj Hcoad j«*r by llw ptosis of ths s*v*rsl States; and tba alccton in aa'eh Stata «hall ba eUissos of tha Confederal* states, and b ra tha qastifestios* requisite far «lector of tha moat aamarooi branch of the 8tata Legislator*; hot no person rf foreign birth Bet a citizen of the Confederate State* «hall b* allowed to rote far any oSoer, ciril or political, State or federal. 2. No penon (hall be a Representativo who ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 6 April 1861

■i V -f*" '-*< VL tt&¡ rt IVVVVV>^ W>WIAWA <XVV\ J, Y. DABHIBLL, EditobSi (farpas Ghrlstl, is «a m^sswa^^^ " ¿SSSBtfSfct Hr. Geoffrey Me- rit are-appointed id Tetan, and authorised lo «hUefiee. Hou t Servant —To Hire.—Seo adver- ment in this evenings piper. tiút.'Thornton A. Washington 1st U. try has resigned. thn st Henry E. Array, arr rs at Menj i,'. of thé Cfenfc- jay and has tal oté . Slav Sl^cktr.-r'io ouf able and efficient Senator we are indebted for pub- lic doamaanta ofmuch interest, — for .! Mend Troop .—Capt. Granger's Com- pttiy 1st Infantry, palsied through Town this morning, "en route" to the coast ' the purpose of leaving the State. Oa Tuesday evening the annual election of Vestrymen of St. Marks Church in this city. Was hehl at the dmroh; a goodnum bejr of Ühe parishioner's fcoiug present.— TJm election resulted aa follows:—Major 8,.'Maclin, Mr. John' James.-H.M.Smythe,' Yf. )B. Cleveland; S. Ncwtón, E.- P. Hew- ett, and R. Eagar. Major Mnolin was nam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 6 April 1861

i M V * -4 •• „ í*¡>> 4fei 3fc e* Meteorological ««lUter, ¡^68^2S\iKV" above the level of ths sea, jcptsooo&oolqab 0ssb1 i960 flb,w«,,,r | Mygnmeter. | "HeatH { í'l 2 I 9 i~\~i l i ...! ,í | AM | PM l'PM AM|PM|PM| ¿petl^U Í n ei -. tid: 65¡ — ; *** i- rtMi r-í —i ; —¡ 70: 72 i 64 i «i 84: 67¡ 67: 60! —; 64. 75: 64 78! — m. wind 4th, «fnd southeast; southeast wenthi r 1 au, am'tof r*mr. a. a. Si. Biblb Meeting.—The Son Antonio ble Society will hold its Quarterly lag in tho Methodist Church on next 8ab^ both at 7é p. m. ' One or two addresses will be delivered. Ex. Comarax. -he «aparate f joined, have and cha fearltii obuwios I tho. i.ntf A duirahU Duelling to Vertiseirient. Rent.—See Ad- We c&ll. tlie .attenntion of those desirous of "boarding and lodgipg'' in 4 respectable private family, to the advertisement with that heading in another column. Major. T. G. Rhett, Paymaster U. 8. A. has resigned. Lieut. T. R. Jackson 8th U. S. Infantry has resigned. The Fort Smith Sou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 6 April 1861

• - IV it, im its Id cad £2 pateiit for f« published, iu oar last i «rf kllttHiC • Oecman paper—the ¡S* T«k mt We hare Ufoww aaotbe r. from GQIm- pie < w. "UA • the of Now Brancfela alike ably and faithfully by oar fidead TiialWiiw-tt scholar, the patriot. We deem it unnecessary to lay box of these letter* oontainlng each sordid and debased sentiments. before the people. If it is tree, as tU writer esys, that they can and are willing to bring a force of well drilled Germans, to aid Lincoln in rcctptaring the forts and bringing Tesas again under the yoke of the Union, and tiksuhjeet as to the abolition rate of his aflinluiatratipo—then auch an organisation is traitorous in its character, dangerous to the peace and good order of aocirty. and subversiva of the present Government. This paper has ever most consistently stood forward as the champion of the rights acquirod under our laws of the aaturaCaed eitisen. In their darkest hoar. when persecution beset them grievously. this paper...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 20 April 1861

íl M 1 rWl > - k>1 • in n. cW. r * '{s L*, • W b'.v «;H OSS inc. <ÉM iinswerving polii altad) atriotism; 1 fvawCK ,ck, rpaih "w' blért i i «*.**&*. ■«and part wrthi .on,..: mm Boqpiór, Braden and Hoyer.* Nay*.—Messrs. Fisher, Russy and Galan There being a tie, the Mayor carried the reso- lution by voting yea. Rain.—In Saneaba and adjacent eounties, wo learn t^at the rains have been very heavy, and that the wheat crop promises so abundantly, that tho price cannot range above 50 cents. In our own county of Bexar, there have been general rains; though in some neighborhoods, quite heaves yet in (he immediate neighborhood of San ^Anto- nio, the showers have been limited, indeed, we need much more than we have yet received. 'ftU, f of her ?„ would jrot. SofTe *; >tp dissolve ¿TO the motaen 1 re- election was jicer- paiHd through the iceforth, the "iunfaltering aná proclaimed for the to " m¡!f^r %' ÜM « Cot. ÜB5RT E. McCulloch. of the- Confado - rate Army, arrived in our ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 20 April 1861

UNIOBT, CLEOD, our At«nt. A-B. Mr. g. F, from our yoi ley, who with 'LioH .. Infantry, left San Aoitohift.Z* "few'nrtHiths since for a tour 10 M^i*o... Fall of Fobt 8u*iteb.—Weare in- debted to tho courtesy of Mtijor Duff and Mr. Sevier Cunningham, for-the telegra- phic information of the sufretldfr of tliis important Fortress, accompanied with the gratifying intelligence, to use tho lan- guage of tho Freo Nigger President, o.ie's hurt. * . SK M # I •New Oulkass.—We give in this oven ings paper an extract from a letter written in New Orleans, by pile of .our mcríjiuntí. 9 irenthü na -coui ono of tho wealthiest and largest- and himself distinguished for tho prudence and moderation of his views generally, and iu politics particularly. E. F. Lilly. Esq.—Our young Friend. ' whose advocacy of tho Union has hereto- fore b< en both decided and ¿ble, wo have been gratified to learn, has within these few days passed his examination, taken the ostli to support the laws and Government of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 20 April 1861

a 1 ■ I ■ I ■V-S.A] ^ofapplic U. Army, t la said, from : and Ne w Yor¿. It is i looking over the 1! It* of'Postmasters and sjjsas —TL IoU are the negroea, Ts^¿oifiedv reo Ne- itla $1 Of OppOUi; officer ML -r ej o guilt of at that oannon i'%. P t *Mio common igih, '}o«pi severed, ( ffl a an I Government, Tin and i ip the future, all ",fe itfácjAf. d Pol, Ó'Banno Fudge Cr fVWÁ&íS 'f I llowa: ates as sol McCul Uoh« Kates', Tl'<* 1 "I therefore sol^ ta .discliartje^.from'ji irnment of the Uil the army thereof.'! . i1' Regiment of Mounted Iiifle4 en.—i'lie-yompanies composing this Re íiment aro rapidly aniv.jng at tbs Rendez- vous. Cupt. Asliby's was mustered in to-day; Cupt. Tobia'a and Capt. Pitt's will bo to morrow ; Capt. Hogg's will en- camp on the Sitludo to-night. Ford's Kegiment, Capt. Pyron's and 'Capt. Benavide.'s companies are here, and have been enrolled. Tlieso troops will move immediately to the different Posts on tho Frontier, and as ',-tlrey arrive at their several...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 1 June 1861

MACLEOD & DA.SHIELL, Proprietors. or i a - « i & ' - '15 „ ,£'i< BÜS Terms—$3 A YEAR, in Advance. VOL. X. SAN ANTONIO. SATBRDAY, JUNE 1. 1861 „* U. S. Army Officers Resigned.—Bvt ll.'ig. Gen. A. Sydney Johnston, Col. 2nd Cavalry; Col. Win. Emory 1st Cavalry; Major Alfred Mordicai, Ordnance Corpa; Major Richard B. Lee, Commissary De- partment ; Bvt Major John Pemberton, TI1G OKDUU OF K. C. C. The following lib ing this powerful an! : >uc!i abused orga- nization. And first, let us premise that we were ourself much opposed to the order on ac 'J* aiu 4th Artillery ; R. E. B. Stewart, ; count of the mystery which enveloped its ist Cp ' y. Tin: ,r *n*o on Saturday Night.—On last Satnruay night, wo uudersú-nd t^crc was a very I irgc attendance of our citizens on the Maiu Pl.iza in compliance with a call from Col. John A. Wilcox, that ho would address the Cit •"« We «-egret our absence ——* :rti^R^r\\ii-^tty; but learn TJ-onvqvery source cox was more than usually felicitous. Il...

Publication Title: San Antonio Ledger And Texan, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 1 June 1861

®ie'$rcklg íttopr& úm.\ Offiicial Journal of San Antonio COJfFLDERATE COXtRI.-íí Eighteenth Day. MoxTcoMtcT, Ala., May 1 1SGI. Conpr -ss met at II o\ lock. a. m. Mr. Stephen*, of Georgia. oír red the f 1- I.tJI'OIITAIiT IN I'OUMATIOM jCorrespondence ot'lUe Ledger and Texan. fifiLVESTflM 1 1 Messkb EDITOR?: — *'! In my communication to you from Fort It.. MACLEOD, J. V. DASIIlELL, Emtoe - | fo-ra-int? till: '["Ait! lie be tntilled an ■ Stair. rj A r'¿'fnsa$ i" 'v FOR COVEUXÜK, COL. BEN. MCCULLOCH, >C o i :• t tilt "Tbt fcifl cf ibe slate oí Arkansas ñ Washington, Mi; 01.—The report about the ill b.alih of Gsn. bc.it is ui.found- • y q n . a ed. NU lil Ws'-hington, May 22—Mr. Wallbri «ge, - W, aro taMrt* to «• of oar <>« riY'j4ifc-"puWfllUe4 |u your w ho !3 Iain. :.tr v.atu Ur' ton >¿iip.¿y of hen ! ! ie citizens fortlie following extract of a Utter. * 71 ... I.j-ky a-.'l Ti It as b.-e:, ralle I ... 'r, .,1 ly I,y the mail of ycuMrJay-iu t*™, af -Sunday, April 2Mb, givi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 1 June 1861

attention to ndvartiseincnt this cvenina of a clmngo of firm I\ J, Ldwabds, Duuocist—Wo call insult our wives, mid niithcrs, and marry i—it— : ' our daughters, and if wo are true to our- selves and to our government. Heaven will sustuin our cause, and ero long wo will be u free, hnppy and prosperous people. My country to arms ! and fight till our coun- try is quiet, or tho last man among us dies. Rally to our banner wherover it is raised, no odds who may be its bear- er, and sustuin it upon every buttlo field, or let your bones bo tho monument of a gallant people. II. E. McCulloch. Gas Company.—Note advertisement in another column, of tho election of E, A. rioriun as superintendant. m n^ « o ' Governor's Review.-To day Govornor Clark, accompanied by Col. Earl Van Porn and their respective staffs, reviews Ford's Regiment of mounted volunteers, Lieut. Col. Juo. R. Baylor in command. Tho Review takes place at the camp on the Leon. By the mail to-day, wo havo Galveston dates, to the 28t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 1 June 1861

i 1 i:w Quarters, Troops in Texas. A.srorto, Texas, May 24tii, 1861. ;i:m r vi. uudkrs, ^ ft... a. - of defense for tlio western ; ..i- me hereby i sluMislied • xteml from Ited River •f the North «lid Muiu mil linn from rort fugo :ii: --. i'i o llrst Uno «¡II cmlirueo i Military Ktutioiis, viz: A ■'!' ■ cur Keii Hirer, opposlto Ft nr..I Arbuckle. I. T.: Cump Cooper, ('! •• ii r i i-, 1 'miip ''■•! rulo, mid n junction of the North Midi . Mri Co!,: Fort Camp ut tli >.Ji,In 1 ■ 11■!i■ i, Tho second lino will cm- 1 >i-u.•, ill • foil living military ctHtinn^.viz.: S-'ii.: Wis*, l'. ri Quitman, Fort I>iivi.->, C:h:i,j Stockton, I'Vl't Lmiciister, Fort i'!:u!<. I' l't I.i;,'e. «ml Cump Wool', The tin-.t line .vill lie ^iirriKoned hy the Flr.it ¡¡••iriment nf 'i'exiiH Mounted Kill.men. ■ nd lM,;uri,'n Uuttery of Artillery, and - .1 in: commiiuded by Col. MoCulloch. i'liw second line will be garrisoned hy the •^iKiond Uegiment of Texas Mounted Kifle- uion, Tool's Company of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 8 June 1861

- MACLEOD & DA8HIELL, Proprietors SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1861 OuuRTBar.—We are* iu-lebtod to Mr. William Wince of tho firm of Vanea ij* Bru., for Now Or- tenni dates to the 26th. His Exokllfncv, Edwahd Clark has left u3 for Austin ; ho spoilt 110 irly a woelt with us, dur- ing whtali ha won golden opinions. Wo will yon- ture the opinion that fow Governor's have been as much iieloTod as our present Executiro.' Captai* Bbjavibes—We continuo to hoar g03l news from our state troops under this gal- lant Officer. We understand that letters have boon received in town, eontaining an aooount of an action between Captain Benavides with fort; of his company and tie noted frecbootor Cortina, with 80 men, irliioli man Hail u tlialossof tü mon by Cortinas, wounded unknown, and tho losa to Benavidos was several woundod, but none killed. Wo have always admired tho oourage and bravery of Mexican troops. Tho rank and file have always fought well. overwhelmed with a perfect storm of shot and shell. t l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 8 June 1861

1/ 4ft IPtálg Ifsjtr 'K C'tm Offlicial Journal of San Antonio '~jg. JIACLEOD, J. I DAS (lit IX) Emtjbs. =* I'OB/iWIillSül!, COL. m, ACOLLOCH, y~ - * • * •- 1 OK COMWWOIOWF.R, i JOHN ^RY BROWN. f -rf \fe are authorized ' "nnounce tho >amo of Z Hon. WM. ' ^WAIIT, of Oonz*fll county, aa a - -aldato to rpPr030rlt tbo fir8t k- tr-.- - In the Congross of tbo Cor.foJorato Statos— /iootionln August. IT Sos advertisement of Servant woman wanfci1 Otir Council—Wo learn that Patchings was elected a member front 3rd. war J, rico, Wm, Vance, filing to qualify, and £. A. Florlan iu ward No. 4, viooThoi. Stribllog, resigned. D. S. Abhv Orricias Resiowbd.—George B Crittenden, Lieut. Colonel Mounted Rlflos; Cnpt. Thomas Claiborne, Rifles; Lieutenants Baker, W.H. Jackson,II F. McNiel, Rog't Mt'd Riilei; Major J. B. Grayson, Commissary Dop't.; Major J. B. Longitreat, Isjinaaiar. and Captain Dabney F. Maury, Ass't Adj't General. We understand that every Officor oxcopt fire, in the 2nd Dragoons, has r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 8 June 1861

. ill mm*m BRITISH NEUTRALITY The proclamation .of neutrality issued by Ui9 British Government Í3 a very suggestive pipsr. It avowed purpose is to declare "a strict and impartial neutrality" between the Government of the U. S. and the States ''styling themselves the Confederate States of America." The whole of the proclamation treats of them as perfectly equal;belligerent States in the eyes of the British Govern- ment. British subjects are warned not to enter or serve in the armies or ships of either, or carry articletf contraband of warfor either or carry armed men for either, or convey dispatches for either. British subjects are distinctly told that they will incur all the Ítonalities of such acts flowing from the aws of nations or imposed by aaid bellige- rents and that they can in no wise claim or . obtain protection as British subjects. Every British subject, therefore, who aids the U. S. in any of these forms in their war upon the South, is as completely denatio- nalized as he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 8 June 1861

c a. o 1M lafaatry, Btnil) H A-Á, litunl Dayailaaaiit Uub, E-Jward Bill*, Ciflin BU Iibtiiy. Li«alOo*4,4U Artilles?, Liaat Gordon. lad Dn{o<« ;«■; Sjmteri. Sad Dragoon*. Thaw dfaiu Un ban stationed is Cuh Territory, with the uoeftn *f Capt. Blake. Tke Mnptfwl UMMt the intealiea of Cel. KL SL 9mp Cook*. 2ad Dn^u, to religo. HHeiacoaaioJ of the Dapartxut of Utah. Gooo Faith.—Ia an officer actiu¿ A Vtal to Alexandria, Va., C 8. A , just probably attempt it. Judging from the! California.—Our dates Iron San Frss- beferc the Invasión of Lincoln's Van- Quilting. for a tiuic, the clamor of the tone of tbo French and Englitb presses m i cisco are to the afternoon of the 11th inst. should not b« astonished to see European The Uuion demonstration in San Francisco Embassadors to the South coming across on that day was the largest ever held there. and ar-mñd ll?8 oc*4n ,n a TcrJ fcw we*ks- w>" Mr. i Uusincss was totally suspended. All the •'wUlMI I | ¡nAAln mé éam.a i é _ — I — i v rv a _ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger and Texan — 15 June 1861

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Publication Title: San Antonio Ledger And Texan, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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