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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 June 1862

tn-H9((M9 Celfgrapt). HOVHTUHi tuxas. s. H. CUBHOVe, Xdttor and Pronrletor. WEDNESDAY... .JUNE 18,1862 tar are authorised to announce B,I. DsKNDI m a candidate lor Aatetaor and \Mlector or Harris county. Ml W rt authorised to announce■UKOKUK U. BluFuilURST tor County Cleric of Harl« county. tar We are authorized to announce the Qoo. K. A. UBEVKB, for Associate Ju.tlco of the Supreme r [Jnn Hit, WK AU'i'UORiZKD lo announce JAMKSBDRU, as a caudldittM f. r Clerk of the County Court oi Rurrts County, at tUci enduing August election. V v« — mm- We *re authorised to announce the Hon Medico* A Long, of Tj )er, Smith county, candidate *nr Amo* late Justice of the Supreme court, Klectlon IM Monday In August next. May l —tf JOT We sre authorised to announce Hon. TH08. J, JENNINGS of Cherokee County, as a candidate tor Aw elate Justice of the Supreme Court. j 6.w*twtdo tear We are authorised to announce R0BJ5RT BKBW8TMI *B candidate tor the offlt;e of AMewor ai d Coll ator of H«rl< County. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1862

THE EIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 41 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3536 CITY ITEMS. VKGETABLKs and arithmetic—We visited tbe market the other morning, aud gratified oar cari- osity by enquiring the price of everything we saw. While mo doing we came to the conclusion that gard* ening in the most profitable butdnexs now oarrled on in the Southern Confederacy. At the rate vegeta- ble are now Helling In market, three acres of land well cultivated, wonld enrich an' entire family in as many years. Let us illustrate: Green corn has beeu selling at 75 cents per doaeu. It now brings 50 cents. One acre well cultivated will produce 100 bushels. There are 100 ears in a bushel, or 10,000 to the acre. At 4} cents each the amount is $450. Two crops can be raiBed, which at present prices, would bring #000. Again. In one aore there are 43,560 square feet. In each square foot, if planted six inches apart, six onions can be raised. This would amoant to 261,360 onions, which at 2£ cent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 June 1862

S\ %\ Cri-DffWp Ctlcgraptj. KtnJKTwi**' TIC* A*. I. H. CW«HI*0 Bditor and Pnmrtetor. ,..v FRIDAY. .JUNE 20, 1862 • • thit mtpatioa. ' The toll •! aa w«U m of Fort PU'.ow, were tho Mcemrjf con«K|uei «e of Beauregard'# retiring with h army i#* th0 Mobile road. That movement left the Memphis ami Charleston road 10 possession of tho Federals. and put IV out of oat power to save thy point on the Mississippi river. UsoemstUat our gunboate mode a despo- rate battle,hut wer© overpowered by nuinbors, weight of metal, and strength of boats. Nothing, that wo know of, now impedes tho do- accntof the gunboatato Vlckslmrg, anil their cap- luring over) polut on the river. Beauregard'# pre Hunt position la one rendered noccaaary, by the amount of tidiness prevailing, owing to had water which tho troop# were using. Jlo now baa ah open country «d good wat r In abundance. But hi# buckward atep give# him thia additional advantage that it obliges Halleck to follow hl i and once got htin (ar tnongh from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1862

f „ THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 42. HOUSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1862 WHOLE NO. 853' CITY ITEMS. Give us Muair.-—The number of musics! instru- ments with which this town abounds, adds much to Its happiness and prosperity. We say prosper- ity, Tor whut would this life be without muslo 1 Tho rudest nations acknowledge Us power, and ;iu refinements one of the leading character- istic* of civilisation. In times of peace how re- ireshin<<, when the dally business cares demand repose, to seek some favored epot and listen to sweet, gushing melody, especially when those we delight to udmire are our entertainers. Iiow much more do we need the c&lmlnglnfluence of intmic, while oppressed with rumors of wur and pesolatlon 1 It servos to remind us that the har- mony of nature is not disturbed,by our political :ind social differences, and tends to lead its to more exulted themos, and to fill us with those ono- bling emotions to which the baser sort must ever remain strangers. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1862

€ri-D«ktf Cflfgiapt llfll-f1 TONi Tltxm. K. H. CU8H1H a, Editor tad Prow lot or. MONDAY JUNE 28, 1862 THE Cl.OUD III A* A MLVBE FINING. We Iihv«* raft wi! h revenue of a terioot character within a few mon b , bnt when the record U ex- amined there in nothing In It to caute despair. We have lost nothing that valor could tave, nothing bat what superior r*i ourcet of a mechanical nature l.ave taken from m. l«land 10 haa gone, bo hat I'ort I'ulaakl, Fori Jackton, New Orleans,Norfolk, and Memphis. N(i t Mexico haa been relinquished for want of food liu aiwtaln the force to hold It. All these other point* were upon the water, and we have despaired ol fighting the war on the water for many months. The loss of all these places has been regarded pcslblefora long time. Hut let us look on the otherslde. Have we gained nothing in all thliitiraeV The battle of Shiloh gave uh over 3000 primmer*, 36 pieces of artillery and largely more of fjie enemy killed and wounded than of our fovea. I!he battl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 June 1862

HOUSTON, JUNE 2UIi, 1862. rr:_ r B¥ TUB BEAUMONT TRAIN, IMPORTANT IF TRUE. Recognition of the confederacy. By the Beaumont train, we have a copy of the Opelousas Patriot extra, of the 17th, from which we take the following, and only hope it is true. It has been confidently looked for, for some days, ami there is reason to believe there is something in it. Telegraphed to Gen. Beauregard from Rich- mond: - Southern Confederacy recognized by England, « France and Spain, addressing the following pro- positions. i 1st. A general scepcnsion of hostilities. 2d. The* Federal troops to be withdrawn from the Southern territories. 3d. The seceded States to return to the Union tenipororily. ' 4th. Commissioners to be appointed by the aforesaid powers to superintend an election to be held in each of the seceded States, in order to know the opiniou of said States on the question of ^operation. 5th. The result of said election to be finatand binding. The proposition were accepted by the Southern C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 June 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 44 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, >UNE 27, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3539 , v •v.-; 1111 ■'pis te: pfMm v* * 'y$> {j,, CITY ITEMS. ——■ In view of the high prices now charged for the necessaries of life,, we would suggest that "boots" makes a strike for higher wages, until the price of blacking is reduced, and that we dot no more 1's nor cross our t's until the raising of blockade Cshall lover the price of ink. In the construction of buildings "Spalding's g'ue" should be used exclusively, so long as nails are selling at $50 per keg. ''Radway's Ready Belief" should also be countenanced by the city authorities, if it will "relieve" us from prices now imposed on us. ^atehes—not those made in heaven—hare also ifMcome very scarce and dear. To obviate this misfortune, all parents should encourage matches laall cases when practicable. M "Let tigers match with hinds. And wolves with sheep." r' • Dry den. Several cisterns in town are entirely empty apd many others nearly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 June 1862

Cri-Uffkl9 CflfgrajJl). MfWWTO^hi' TKXAH. E. H. CT7SHTN0, Editor and Proortitor. FRIDAY....... JCNB 29. 1862 ESP* HENRY E. PEKKINH, K.q will to ported hh a candidate for District Attorney of fce 7th Judicial District at the euwiinK .-lection in Au- gustuext, by hi* MANY FH1END8. jni!5 ' 1CP We are authored to announce Col. GEO F. MOORE, of Nacogdoches, as a candidate for AHMoe.iHt# Justice of the Saprrme Court. [jn25 *a- We *re authorized to •nnotince <1 f.ORUK 11. llluAUOUKST tor Couiuy Cier* olH*,ria county. MjT We are authorised to announce the Hon. R. A/KKJiVKij, tor Associate Jubtlte of the Suurerae <v.mt [Jun fftb. ■ 1 . ! ' WK AUTHORIZED to anuounce J AMES BUuKK, ilh a caudldate for Clerk of the Couuty Court oi HnrrlR County, at the ensutc* August election. M v i« tf Ye ore authorized to *uriounce tne 11011 i A. Long, of Tj ier, Smith county, candidate i* late Jn-tlce oft'ie Supreme court, Election day in August next. May 12—tf „ We are authorized to announce Hon. THOS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 June 1862

u. OlA % N, m THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 45 .1 ■y !1L * ? jOL vrr HOUSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3640 CITV ITEMS. — In another column will be fou nd the late proceedings of the City Council. Yo lop-eared, twisted tailed, bristltd quadrupeds read that por- tion relating to caulnes. Ye indignant stray dogs read it. Make the most of your time, split hoofe, for you have only ton days from the 1st of July to go it iu. Save your bacon while you-can. Old bachelors and laundresses will please make a note of the fact that E. L. Bremond is sell- ing the best kind of starch at fifty cents per pound. Marriage.—There was aweadingln town last Thursday night We are told the " audlanee was large and Holect-ed." It was no doubt a brilliant affair; but having no data to goby, and having re- ceived no " wedding cake," we are unable to give the n ames of the parties. TbuB we go. Another sweet maid, another blusbinsr virgin has left the single ranks and rushed into the jaws of—w,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 June 1862

% 4 > Crt-lMlt) Cflegro| fe. L FROM THK AltNY AT BICHM' OO. HOPIWMWt K. EL CTHDWi Iditor tad Pronntor MONDAY..... JUNE 30, 1862 tJ*' HENRY B. PK&K1N8, Esq. will be imp- noTied as nwmdidaU. for IHstriet Attorney of «ie 7th Judical District at the en*B'°£v n ?>H " Hunt next, by bis MANY FRIES 1W. Jajft ____________ TT7 W*in nthorlted to announce Col. GEO. F.VooRK, of Nacogdoches, «s cMdUUMtor Associate Justlea of the Supreme Court. [JniS «m W >n> authorised to announce UaOllUK U. nSfdUUMT lor County Cler* of Ma rtw cmuiy. mw.im authorised to ennounce the "°°* A.flW lor A-eclato Justice of j^^ft'ib Court. WK aUtUOHIZKO to announce JAMKUBOKKB, j woumlinir a large a* a for Clerk of the 0«oi ty Oonri o. fa,ry Veiled a Inn Harris Couuty, at the ensuing August election. « Garnett's, used by li arris County, M<t rf .m authorised to announce the Hon HI Monday In August next. _ . arw wt ere authorised lo announce Hon. TJt'J^ ^ fnsNNINuaot Qbvtvke* Otraoty, *« a, oaodWui tJr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 July 1862

/ ^ - U L. st n r i THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 47 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3642 FROM NEW ORLEANS* ANOTHER GL1MMEHIBG OF BECOGNITION High Price, of Cotton and Gold in New York MORS OF BUTLER'S INSULTS* By the Beaumont train last (Wednesday) eve- ning, we have New Orleans papers to the 94th, fur which we are ii debted to Mr. Dulauny. We learn from Mr. Dulanny that on the 24th a French steamer arrived in New Orleans. On the day of its arrival, a party of Southern men were invited on board to an entertainment, at which an early recognition was declared certain, and toasts were drank to the success of the new Con- federacy. This is but another evidence of the event which will shortly take place. It is gen- erally believed among the foreign population of Now, Orl$a.u* that the recognition has alretaly taken place, or will bo made in a very short time. Correspondents In Europe write to their friends in New Orleans to goou and transact business us usual. The fol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 July 1862

IBM ■ Gri-*ffM9 GrUgny!). ttOinVRi T**Aw. FRIDAY../.....JULY 4. 1862 OT" Wo ire authorised to announce the old Deputy Sheriff, B. P. LANHAM, for the offlce of Bhsrlu ot Harris county at the election in Angust ■ . '< •4 ,yy''— ~jTj we ore wtherUed to announce B. P. WIL- tfDaS k candidate tor Sheriff of Harris county At the Aucnat elecUon Jalyl.lBM-- Mamt FaiaiiiHi. 1TF If Ibe people of Bftrria county will elect mstnalr Chief Justice, I will lake pleasure in serving thorn to the beat of my^abHltjes^-* OTHBBBY B. PERKINS, Esq. will be sup- ported aa a candidate for District Attorney of tfce 7th Judicial District ftt the ensuing election in Au- MANY FRIENDS. next, by hia ■ We are authorized to announce Col. GEO. yrtiOORB, of Nacogdoches, as n candidate for Aff*1"'* Justice of the Supreme Court. [ Jn8T> _ We re iiottiorlxid to announce Ofc.OB.UH U. UHUR8T for Coumy Olert of 11a. ris county. Har We sra authorised to iimoDn* «*• A. KKKVHb, for A **.late Justice of the Supreme <5n ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 July 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 48 HOUSTON. MONDAY, JULY 7, 1S62 WHOLE NO. 3543 BY THE CENTRAL TRAIN. Vicksburg Still Holds Out. BASTHOP, TEXAS, DESTBOYED. KTC,i ETC., KTC'< My tht Central train we have Shreveport papers of the I tt, and other Louisiana and Texas papers of corresponding dates. We have also a letter from Monroe. La., 23th from a corresspondent just across the Mississippi. lie says be counted 27 gunboats below the town. lie says that Vicksburg will not be taken but by the most serious fighting It ;s, he says, the Gibraltar of America. Mr. John Clark, ofthe2d, Regiment came by the cars. He crossed at Vioksborgh on the 24th There were seven boats above and 3*2 gunboats moitarboats and transports below. Mo great damage had been done to the place at that date He crossed in front of Yicksburg. Young Sum Houston has escaped from the enemy and is at his regiment. We learu that Bastrop, Texas was destroyed by fire day before yesterday. Richmond, Jine 2t).—The Cour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 July 1862

Cri-UfflUif Celegraplj. iiotni'im, r.r^c=SS53rWS TtCXAM. R. H. CYI8BDNI. Kditur and Pronnetor. MONDAY... ..JULY aste 7, 1862. ID* Advertlaiug in tho Telegraph, 85 cents per line for ouch Insertion. The space advertisements occupy is worth more than that to our readers. 'i—'— IIOSPITAU FIJND. Our fellow-cRhun, Dr. L. A. Bryan, who return- ed home a few days since, after a two months so- journ in the Army of the Mississippi, has been appointed b; Oov. Lubbock as Hospital Agent for the Texts troops in that army. It is knows that t l.r>0,(Mi<l of the fund appropriated by the Bute last winter for hospital purposes Is still unexpended. One third of this amount has 'men placed In Or. Bryan's hands, with power to use It for the benefit of the soldier* at his discretion. Itis Dr. Bryan's intention to establish a hospl- tal at some convenient point accessible to.that army to which ail the sick and wounded Texlansmay be rmoved from their present uncomfortable and over-crowded quarters. l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 July 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGjfrkPH. VOL. XXVm—NO. 49. HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, JULY?9, 1862 WHOLE NO. 354-.i A' i* M < BT THE BEAUMONT TRAIN. Another Great Battle Near Richmond. < i t mm t 3060 Prisoners and 30 Pieces of Artillery Taken* Wa received 110 papers by the Beaumont train Monday night, but the following intelligence cornea to oi in an authentic shape and is, we believe true It was copied from telegraphic dispatches in papers of the SfJth or 29th. Our informant could not pro cure a copy to bring along. The news is good. There was a battle of importance twelve miles from Richmond, Va., on the 27th of June, lasting till night, in whioh the Confederate forces drove the enemy six miles during the day. At two places they made a desperate stand, bat the vigor with which our men attacked them forced the positions and drove them vanquished from the field. The Confederate forces captured 3,600 prison ers, amongst whom are Maj. Gen. [Reynolds; [ard Brig. Gens. Sanders and Rankin. They also t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 July 1862

; ■ ■ V Cri-Wftklij HOlJHTUNi TMAB. X. X. CUfHDfQ, Iditor Mi Trmrmm. WEDNESDAY JULY 9,1862 rls county. are anthorlzed to Announce JOHN th« office of County Clerk o Jiy Mc^SuJIN for Um office of County Clerk of Har- II f Having been solicited to become i r Chief Justice, I aubmit my name to tl e county of Harris, promising, if elect for the oountjr i them to the Jly8 Harris, promfa best of ay ability. candidate the people of elected, to serve T. T. HA1LBY. Try We are authorised to announce JOHN RI- )RDAN at a candidate for the office of District Clerk at the ensuing election. J2l w ' We are authorised to announce the old Deputy Sheriff, B. P. LAffHAM, for the office o Sheriff of Harris county at the election In Angus next.-* JTT We are authorized to announce E. P. WIL- LIAMS as a candidate for Sheriff of Harris county at theAu July 1, ll st election. Many Friends. ITT If the people of Harris couuty will eleot metheir Chief Justice, I will take pleasure In serving them to the best of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 July 1862

1 THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 50. BY THE BEMMONT THUS. GLORIOUS NEWS. The Battle of the 28th. FULL CONFIRMATION. Jackson Iu McH«llan'S Rear. McCLELMN-8 RETREAT CUT OFF ETC., BTC.. KTC. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3545 By the Beuumont train last (Wednesday) niglit, we have an Extra of the Opolousas Patriot of the 3d, from which we take the following glorious confirmation of the intelligence received before: It seems Jackson in really in rear of McClellan. He must have paused down from Staunton by the Virginia Central by Charlottsville, aud appears to have got between McClellan and the Pamunkey, thus cutting him offfrom the York river. McO. ap- pear# at last accounts to be on the Chicahominy seeking ti effect a communication With his gun- boats on the James. We shall look with anxiety for the result Our arms are now gloriously in the ascendant. The intelligence from Europe is elegant. The denunciations of Butler iu the House of Lords, following as it does so ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 July 1862

tri-HJfrklp Crlfgrupb. llOUSTUNi TKX*f . *. H. ClUHIWO, Kdlw nd Pronnetnr. FRIDAY JULY '.1,1862 IPT* We are authorised to announce JOHN McUULLlM (or the offlco of Count/ Clerk of Har- ris county. JlyO 117 Having bees solicited to become a candidate for Chief Ji the county i them to the beat of mj ability ITO|M. ... lef Justice, 1 anbmlt my name to the people of ifa - - Jly8 of Harria, promising, if elected, to serve T. T HAILBY. 'We are authorised to announce JOHN RI- ORDaN as a candidate for the office of District Clerk at the ensuing election. JjJ We are authorised to announce the old Sheriff, B. P. LAN HAM, for the office o Sheriff ott Harris county at the election in Augua next.—* ]I7 We are authorized to announce B. P. WIL- LIAMS asa candidate for Sheriff of Harris county at the A July 1, H at election. Many Fkumds. in* If the people of Harris couuty will elect me their Chief Justice, I will take pleasure In serving them to the best of my abilities.—* T. B. J- Hap tar ty HENRY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 July 1862

V«r ,✓ r" % x,, Jf THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 51 HOUSTON, MONDAY, JULY 14, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3546 t- BT THE BEAD MONT TFAtfl. More of the Great Battle. The Enemy Driven Back Still Farther. DESPERATE FIGHTING. Thousands of Prisoners Taken, ETC., ETC., ETC. By the Beaumont train this (Saturday) morning, we receive the Mobile Tribune and Telegraph of the 1st. and the Richmond Examiner of the 29th for which we are obliged to a friend. He says he had a Mobile paper of the 2d. but loaned it to somebody at a stopping place on the road, and never got it back. Dispatches in that, dated Richmond July 1st. state that our forces had followed up McClellan's retreat, driving him from intrencbment to intrench- ment until the last, when on that day a desperate stand was made by the enemy to save themselves from destruction. Our forces had assaulted them three times'with the utmost bravery, but so far with- out overwhelming them, and at the latest moment to which the account extendi a ver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 July 1862

trMUffklf trlfgrajil). HOIWTUNI tkxam. n. H. GTT8HIFO. Kditur and Pronrwiwr. MONDAY JULY 14, 1862. MARTIAL IjAW. While the population of the Slat®, aa a elaaa, baa exhibited an amount ef patriotism and devotion to the Government unsurpassed anywhere, there have been, and there la so naceaalty nov to refrain from mentioning the fact, here and there all over the Statelaolated Individuals—oftentlmeanurner oua enough to form eilquoa, and in two or three In atanoea of sufficient numbera to render themli cautioua of oonoeallng their aentlmenta—who have not been well affected to the new order of thluga. Where thoae individuate were men of honor thejr were not dangerooa, becauae they have either sought to leave the country peaceably, or aoquleaoed In what they could not help. But, in many inatances, they have proved destitute of both honor and manlineas, and have set them aelvas to ruin the country which permitted them to betray it. These are the men who, during all last year kept up a corr...

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