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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 29 October 1862

r\t . ' v M jURt jr, who l«nl!e rep to wNit the Federal that Lexington Mi-jm that the c m fitór In theCorinth ássuoh: ThflVWtira t«|i ,S"Ast. * fcndu, oate detl. advanced to 124J 'J'-' ;• ,tmj6 that Gen. Bxcbange on Sí m*p$& arrived here ce thatRiahard lied Governor, an y e. ;p| kfort neavy le. spátcb to nvillo,?mb m courier loft wa# beard tbs Savannah Re went down tbe river. tbe town. haw taken off all tí interest on Confed States, was an amendmen izo and maintain the foee- us, and will do no aotw auch persons, or any of them, i they may make.fyr actual free- day of That the Executive will, on January aforesaid, by proclama the States and parte of Stateé, if *nr* the peoplf thereof respectively shall thOi rebellion against the United States fact that any State or the people t I States by mem- bers chosen thereto at sections wherein a íün be in and the on eit conclusive evidence that such State and the . e thereof have not been in rebellio "nat the United States. That attention ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 5 November 1862

' , I a I 3 SUte i of ««! • IOMAB . or t agent .fcCO. 1 current year tho sum of one «pmetkltjg | 4et ■ ■Si it now at that should be •I L-fiííp- «11 ,(W the use of soldier ' ■fllshed the Confedérate Government, is un- questionably wise and patriotic; but the "A pt!ib tbey are allowed to go are It is most unquestionably the * * of Directors, who estab- s to sell the goods for • in tbeopen market, I from wtunct they de- tlm wholescmw and ■Kail ííHHSllIKiP^ ? o again say it i the p patriotism to givethe refusal of the the Confederate Government for the use of Its soldiers, but it is> clear and patent upon Its face that that Government should be made to jay the prices the articles would bring n the m „ 0«r Military Board In | flniti^%^,,!i^í¿;íTi -PPI subsistence stores, have beeii constrained to pay the highest market prices. Hence the í enormous debt we have incurred;' to meet which we are selling the only goods we have for sale, for frfftes leas by five hundred per cent, than tliej...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 5 November 1862

I' ^■Pü rVFÓ¡ valued hWV ■L _ Woi li :n mi ,aab hiSBwsSws k Filly « your old* no mftrks or lMU CK1UW Colt, no <Q igle Pom, Vl ered «n hund two or now p l<l vl4nll6 iividuala who > criminal offence, «1 1* paper of a MM ma if in disgust, and rewii the way with our boy ; just prick t they run." The word were report- and the grder «anje down. T in No. 4. He wiii be pricked awful rece] bl: the machinery used 3 business of the provost 1 tgraph. , ^cbmonx* $a., Oct. 4th, 1862. r Sir-Be] ow I send t wounded in the T«m| U A* the > of the ne ^0 sming a siw ■ leaving i I left las J one, two"^ oan Horse almut MX hiuli ivoiicc, it>d at Blanco oounty, estnnV.sorrel Arnerl- nded B on the left falto 1j1n4" aBnarlsh 1'— On the'loft skimfder, aod ft'jD or'HÜ Sal88i *^1 rmt w. 8 t< . j Teachers Want to employ ,i Prlr WW for the Parsons' Fe cast of Austin lo Travis ( jmMiiiBh in a rejwrtéd m Havana can be MfilinRI mk Wounded—1st Lieut. J. T.-M- rot [ <rnn and tbigh, slight; Corp. O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 12 November 1862

Hflfl Thel All Mill the ked. Per- ioon cotton to are no a consequence to see Mexican i- Pi# Pf>- city with r cotton. We. bopo our pi will demand the same price for-their cotton in specie that it has brought in Confederate money . The game is now in their own hands, and they can and should sustain our currency. -San Antonio Ihmid. So it seems the "infernal machine" has ex- ploded And blown sky high specubto|¡¡pion- opolists and extortioners. We understand m the last named gentry were thrown to such an elevation that they Lave not yet como down; but who ever knew on* oí that stripe to fall unless frpm a platform with a knot un- der hi ear 1 * k feá , jMgKjj I M J J' Some one informs us that Gen. Bee's re- strictions upon the cotton trade with Mata- moros were absolutely necessary to compel tho merchants of that place to Joódiíj that before said restrictions they contented themselves with paying coin for our cotton, andh^ade no effort whatever to. procure tho we were suffering for, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 12 November 1862

Éfiiál.*! ¡ú¿¿- ;2' ü ■a #8 lü* 33 old Abe I any o< bit see tbelr tüe night-' iSS/I > 21w( I a pvo, left 1 that left rift and for the arm; Four thousand negroes are now at work, up fortifications at fort Hudson, s mouth of Red River. The work# Lin two-vnaka.get*; vbjrm; t, ■. ■■■■■■■ ^ JpHK called on to surrender. He drejv his_ pistol and swore he would not •Í ' -,r, of Mr. Lttsley'i esired nd im taken l'hero was no he was only that MM* iwmiy the fiend# who he iell dead. Scidiers who were take-, pris*- oners at the time, and since paroled,gire this , information. «¡¡®Tl' . , A A courier arrived at Huntsville on the eve- ning ol the 5th, with orders countermanding previous orders for the removal ol Sibley's brigade from the State. It in reported that two English war steam ers a short time since appeared before New Orleans in a hostile- attitude, and demanded an English subject whft Butler, the Beast, bad as prisoner. Butler demanded ten days to consider the matter. Richmond, Oc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 19 November 1862

N, WEDNESDAY, ™ ^ V In HHtquiMal rr.i ol thoir talari** jirle<M>f all artista* at tocharxa aoc^tag Work. fce. 1'rtoe rquala for the Ink I call upon all wlw ^ra ^ to pMMwa náV ob their , to IIÍ'^ipPHE'W III il|IWIilil^. ICÍKMI - cíe and Sontin Fort Pic iro of the i river, likv > enable the lie ejty, when wmpbis ¡ the mortar fleet ering as useless, i the mortars are v. 10. ■ . Central may probably be iving been heard Vare indebted th dear shooting, that, about Memphis feel able to take and hold ne! of the 27th, «aya: "A dispatch iron WuahuiRton announce that Gen. Buell bat been subeiveded in am maud of the F«deral mjrin Kentucky, Wy Roseuerans, and say is very unfortunate at this juncturo,«vhon everything is in readiness to relieve Nashville, the change will necessarily delay wove- enta to Tennessee." ,to S <r*r, I It acknowledges that P.ueTl had lost the con :«| that Millard Fillmore in Seymour aa y of New the couu Times ithcrn tl cognize United diatlon, in a circular pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 19 November 1862

,puUUoi is"-', #f*/i ")\i3 I f1 r&plKWlr iÉPra^MK ii.firi',•"• ■ . >.« v«v t '-' " ISíf. ««*••• '- «ti w t -.ynw November 10, W8a.-5í*¿lM« vimm ^ rtv :( •strayed ; affection- its owe to tlieir anual pplica- Jhurch tide of ¡ oajH Estrays — Caldwell County. II AKwf«® É35ftS*' " "" " e, white In theforeb fool white, «amo coll MM bauds high, no br« 1 at tio hundred dollar a op by B. V Brown and, J. V., Octobor 6th, litUe whl wr*Wit lOhyH«jToi« and about fifteen high, branded with something resemWl ng a coffee pot, on the left shouldar, and appraised rtf* Taken up bv .John MeMabon, Counl one deep bav Mare, both hind ■ ■ I the hook, 14 hands high, 7 or a year* old, no branda por VfiftSSStSMfe lí year* old, about M« bnqd i)lgh, branded M S ■ i antsh brand.on ÉHHriridHM H%ÉÍ before O. W. k bay Home, the left hind foot a banda - # r dollar . Oommtrslomir, l half way opto about, 16 ■Jm ■ ier brow •ame hlp.^no and the cIjuícW are i to devote that day to tie prayer, soli-examination and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 November 1862

labor, 186*: ' proceeds salo of I Rec'd from J.1 p ondfromCltr: ■PIP ND. collec- ■' 120 00 |i tX7«íce,t°r,Wr"í,"í 17 48 ^aidJ L Nichols for (re- pairing fonoe, g^BM* 00 25108 JAIL. Paid J L Nichols for one mm boh 25 00 195 00 AND COLLECTiiD. {\riM3am Paid A B Norton for Yertlslng, ' " rshall 9(L; ,ij? MEM l, P-M WE i' - f*m Burleson, v áá-> ., From John Bei hi, - - 4 00 From J. R. Bresendine, - 3 00 i Davenport, - - 3 00 iCbawller.R • -Hh 8 00 300 . M 3 00 : - £cy i 8 00 líi. 8 00 Johnson, - - - 3 00 From J. Moore, - - 3 00 t From F. Ooupland, - - 3 00 ■ From Clay Eanes,S>í 1.50 . - 180 for ftdv II w .imurauj, u, *.V yj vm ,wt .. «1*1 relief. rmmimBfm PaidWMGUlelandJfe 3Sm« W*w^ mil paid Mm Cornell, • 5 00 >€§§M\ 0 00 Paid Sberrer " «1000 Paid J L Nichols for mo- ney given Mrs Young" blood,'; - - 20 00 tttfdJIlNichols for mo- IflffW ney given Mrs Raven- buÉÑw9Ífki$&ií-9$ r rum Yorsaro, - 150 I From Florist - . - ;' t 1 60 •& * From F. Opob, 1 '* , 1 50 «1 50 I #1 ■ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 November 1862

3%' ■ r*Mcb the entire-i <i\ •■■;' ®Km§mm Hot It tn aultl vanan JSO. H, KICITARD8 Jaldwe I<ockhart, Caldwell Co., Tex Est ray Police tick- tho Republican majority is the f«a into «uro i ■ «iiftlt ] i of the TJn íáfeíf! * N oiler Term aiding by the first d ■■. „ , 1 Representad to declaro their general ggkWtt *'• and at id that as that vindicating and Law, slaves ar- and tremendous mnt Tbe f, they h¿v¡r fif clothing or day night from tepo- icder erimc ace, 1000 |4ke, «eren wf i us of the í -;-ü nie«f-r election while tution that there should longer i#t- brother, and Idtfnid ISS8 hurches ed to pray tor report 10,000 Uton and Wil- the apdFnlton, pastors-of in New Oticas who , the President of the United Augusta, Nov, ?,«~Pawr* advancing on :V. They Tbe i, received at Winchester to-day, announces the election of Seymour as gov- ernor of New York. Nineteen pemoorats jWd twelve, Ropublicansire elected to Con- gress in New York. Parker (detn.)fo elected Governor of New Jersey. Four D...

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

. ■íái ■ ^mned/- - W&'iwma r mm i! * i WU"S^.;,!3i. l.:?a! CVitber wi wnere he could n cop BOO strict tion ni 3SS¡2 mood, ipgm>d>ealth. the a«> A company of. Par U> tbi. following ©ffieera no. Robinson, Captain} Thoe. E. Sneed, l«t Meo- II Motz, 2d do.; M.Walton, 3d do A few more men Waited to fill the company VatVHT**aB Wakted—t-Oec hundred or , armed, are wanted to fill up „ at, Teso Cavalry, commanded by "Col. Green. All TptóÉoil subject to the ongretw)o«4l,.' Blair, H. T. Blow,' W. McClúng, W. A. Hall, and % S ; |fs TheSWwWs Republi wero really elected by the military, and all but two were members of the Whig party the 15th have been received. A «orre . ent of Burnside's army telegraphs that the in the State tbfe winter, and is at present encamped at Hempstead. , TMb i ' into an excellent fcate of discipline. field o^ fleers, Col. Green/ Lt. Col. McNeill asd Maj. Shannon. C, B. Shepard, Adj't Captains, I Oaks oí Colorado coppty, Seott of falls, Clotjgh of Grimes,...

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

pm 1® m ;' 5 I I'M ;n -mfm Vtt: Uj iSfWalfraij «I '■ X< ^'.r, '■■wL&l aP ;' «9^^^l4¿7^v > ••,•;.• ■' >\<f*-K!'_ ■/'■• - '-';r •:. V " % • ••,' -'-: ri^-A • . "V • •'" r r ¿1 £•'•■ >c/ •;'•■ «/w ■ yWftf ,yffliy **> ■■ ^.',;.(i;$ 'w ■ ■■' / .,: > vy ' *> vKa ., '•! - ', : •0-y", ■- r , jtAt 3ETOT?: v,iok m w ¥*■ Sir! . b I t «amo- ng tbe tMlM -mm k¡S3SthA JtfinUt :m^xi ..';. *>. : , ?■*** th l * |it i ■J& táMwixx' . ':í frwW" " 'f '■■"• -••i *j,v • •A -, •,. .""'I™ ki HUÍ i '.® "¡rt . <|^ ' gn

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 3 December 1862

f* f^Mr. WEDNESDAY £j i ' ;:; .:.¿= «mg W\t¡fytK0'i: ÍA.tofAPfotutu, at. for th« y« * 188* *m! 18«8 A. Davidson : t :¡GálTOtoo Distrust, R. W i supplied; $0, to be supplied; Shapard; Brazoria , Gravis,' B, Ham ! ergttaon, . Hod; San Jacfrit , ington Prairie, B. 8. Finia; ^l^ed l^iMipni J. 0," ' " jS*Sr!í!3&USSÍr¿fwl K. Xf. P. Smothers; Montgomery, T. Wj p Danville, H. MeKinney; Anderson, J aiewviJta t<v¿ e suppltáéílf sil Hk B. D. Páalik '' P (, unuwro.ui, v/uofircu ir. ¡f/ík-Mliel} Hempstead,. W. T.ilarrie; Spring Creek, 1). "•$£$ tü*¿ X G. **JM 'V rawm Owensv leqan ubden, reatb i'twvffi. ÍK^miñ ^Waco iMstrict, J(J HHS\ cuit, JMt.^eWwao) '^iMPPíí^' >i MeridjWj to ■ Shapard :S® TUouibur HffiiMRMI The doings of cbe Federal .t Nasb'vife are S #orse and worse. A tettt r from tl at city to the Chattánoog«t Bebel, dated Oct. 20th, give* some details. We copy from it «||É|p$Í'f^ ¿"Gen. Pope's fiendish ol der Im- been car ried out in and around Nashville, and teil m why the Order...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 3 December 1862

-TW- jífílSp i Goí' S 1 the Kgj al- mm, stated from Paris, that Persigriey and iwil) feinaih in the iJabinet, the Em- (uwuro i them that there ta noth- wMtoü H Hi that be declined to take any ing Italy, but'' that he^decTlne'l f«Tákeany There wa «o Cabinet Council held in Bag íitionft, wíh not ire-elected York ( JW ÍIm* *V President will not retreat from the proclamation, because of the result* of the elections. The ( Government fully realise* that what it has to do must be done with dispatch, and that going into winter quarters .intfcitt a di«- ^cm face; consequently, the army will not go into winter quarter , ' ' (or the Commanding General fi t,' 'r' ^^§á«¡ ,'Nov. 14.~Nortt>«ns dates of the received. Tito New York approve of McClelUn's Ktt¡|||M;bd<?M t. mmw pmarket Á Btioek be enemy ye*- ed here, ito Gov. r direct ft-oi to oil the ál, aro . ¡varnment .««pWa, ta? «moval of Mellan ritV no sort of favor, üi friends con 1 it, whilst the radiealí cai.l it wa no ¡tmmaridi r íji th...

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

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

i ssaffi I 1 'f''&S *&*$*• «jBs^p ■ • H !,5^4Si''ij I W ■ 1 rub 1 i what Mr. MMI be ia «boat to do. 1 enforce „ carry oot its IP. O. HKUHRT, dfa *ph of tlie SWpffi ' will present at o the nmuant T® the PnMic.1 *"* miáñ^t-mS IPHMiPoww WÉÉHlriÉl [iVjOoBWlMiiyPv^mefr •hl¿vr nvinr*d ■H mMuufiSB permit of cotton "IH« rMüírS E' Ju^sa^.¿íssiisssgtsvÁ Freeman end Thos F, Chapuinn, hosbew abandoned wans, wtoept R. M. Joteion and It. H. Wilkin , .«3mh 2Sa,'.S«iK""™''" «" -f- THlMl VftSV«W4if s^MNmaMiMSBR *1H¡M 5®í Kcirard, «W l J 11^1 a r Ilmtorab for the We Austin Qonrt H of ."«ma ^sfa Nuyem- ' !"Ef I I Austin' - J,«Sth*trtn tz m US'' £m M xas, at. illation M ntwiai Irlnr ' Kptjgli Hates, v*. Mcagan fc Gillespie V- —t* Oitlricl— Grsttingi } f-■;M pSHSp d -«WMllM tEfcj the .aid Ooob ildsets of the Stale of ° e . °l r t« tatos, no "qoi aro, Uiar for*,úereby commanded that you pits ^WWMJNoiÍB ^ mf I tatea fnr the Western DUtrio* tin, oh the first Monday In' Id. thnlr 0>aim to the «ai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 December 1862

■OPS . ..-i ■ i VOL. XIV. ¿aJSSiW^* nag ot tup pre.-cr.c war, no nas won ms e of laurels, as bis promotion through the ous grades of field servico to the second c in the army shows. His history for the fMt nunt««. in Texas is natai-álty anxious to " -r the now military chief and ary WT Gen. Msgruder is to the people. This 1* not his in this State, ho h living been sta- on our western frontier whilé we were • port of the ojd government. Since the be ginning of the present War, lie has won his share of laurels, as his P''Prions ¡fe ;í!'í, rank in bast two years has been a part of tjfcS ÓUU times, and is familiar to all. It is enough now to soy that ¿o has been received by the people here, with hearty welcome, and- hiis thus far made a liiost favorable impression upon al! with whom he has come in contact. His declaration that he has cast his lot with us, and that he. expects to make Toms hie home for the balance of bis life, has added . .* somewhat to the good feeling with which he was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 December 1862

m:- ':W nnA *nrl nffl«l«nt I ' w dS r:-tl : unparalleled in the history of the pre* • WBr' > A. R. JOHNSON . , Col. Partisan Rangers. MCAPiTtrMTION. ; : . I taken ami paroled, - & - 1200 KSbJF if . * l<t ¡■Hal I * HMNHH fe# ITEM* OF XXI uirer of Nov. 8lb, for to Col. Forsby, con interest not before atitwouldbea 10 American Union together txmeodw thlt Blaves shottld bo nor to be taken into till tbe TcrrttX there till the Territories shoul f> and also to allow Southern in a ti e ;ea while passing through them. This "tost ultra secessionist asked two The Inquirer was then a Douglas It is some satisfaction to know tl wisdom with experience, as bt m the experience is. It is to find the State-Right we of tie South always a leading principle, or con- ill call it bo, of one of the democratic papers in-the mm y, the Abolitionist, own ■■■pi against the mest afile Abolition onklin and Spaulding ;hi. hand man. Both ■ . One wo* . repudiated its & 1,800 majority «• mm 1x> wr/p...

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

9 w P ' v 0 7v¿<*i **'' 1 il i«Sal itiih >M¡gN to do w. Let oMslder- Mi ta* Work. j* ■qattra for tl ■MMzmrr-r-,^ , to be paid at the end uf t ' ^ií :9Í# SiS'™$Pw limont wtll «. *M,h# ' nm^rhwi* ten- ft elM a, do muttlty, however it may appear ao « so. \t mm almost impracticable to avoid eAcwec srs&í ting constitutional power. " American—and bt (iiMi of the 1*T0OMAB to eoJlMt cr to oppoiut «gent* R&HALL teiX) .jing these purpose and the true polic of the act in view, it is asked why were stock is the wáy lii which the question is often put. Xqw say, there ta ntf bucU exemption of stuck oteiurs. Words in a law are important tilinga. The exemption is of stock raisers.— Too Words aré il6f such person* as are engag- ed exduHvelyM' jaUing th be stock '¡téSímVimti •" They rnu tie act was pi BBHMBMMMI ¥ > mh he^heN^^iath iMfcvta left out. It will appear injmr nezt issrfb. CSTCM Fall Xeniqt' of the District Court of Travis county oonirnenced on Mf * 8tb Inst., Judie Wálker o...

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

of, t I A. *te 'f.flMjli't • ta Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas. MTATOHMtudJeWelrt wp.ired on the shorte* , m>tl*8 and at moderate prlees. Galvanising oeatly execrad. AHmtak warranted. i sMstóSttet'srs'i^ssb. t allty. vltaftl ly Austin Coll eg inte remate YpalHuruT T m*offi1,TY a*COÍ,D BK88«w «1U 00«- FIRéT DAT OJT SKP. *rapü «11. «* post, are making arrani¡.roonta to l H «O* uon oumbataLli from the oltyat ttaraa- pErlH should BenftÉMai&al defended t until, if tab en, it...:, in a heap of rota*.' Tbe Delia* ']«« doitrlbw na ^ I 82 years, erf blae*.je«H íerZv .Wrt .. WL-. i of said **re wowaá.and J m¿i county Jatl In toe State,«u that she | rflBS Subscriber JlpWttfppm «cgMU attend to the aervloe of the To the Public. notice to hh la ** tr liffj w nth. •** . p .oathrflr tir claim to r how yon aad day of Novrtn-. endenee tMBi , Otedti « t Austin* , a* therein IRSON, : k: >. of Tex<M. as, Dep'y. No. 148.) < i Dlriálet of'Tan* i Kitrir" I District Of Tesa#. ) eaid DUtrlot,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 December 1862

assembled, te in Au ) 1862,! ing es, an of I ed thi mmitt EÜ Y¡ Sbellj , AUSTIN CITY, S ATÜ 11D A VP EC. it, '62.# BY THE mmaE TEAIH. Ji\om'tho n<6u totrTo!etiraph. . (,f: Houston, Dec. 8, 1SG2. Wb are indebted tó, Mr ÍI. Stewart .for a y|<(Hsl?ufg paper of tho 28th, (one day later.) n nd other papera. Wo get, po newtelegrnphie i i eiiis. The foWowihgis, howcrer, equally in- teresting : mu The policy of tins enemy,'in West Tennes- see, tliví-nrds the |dnnter.<l; \ve see has assumed a new phaso. It has recently heén annotiu-.. iiíd that in' nwro-pi'uvihion crops will be jxir- mitted tjo be*(f|-own, but that the whole ¡Ji- dn*titj i strength.-of the country ínnst.be de- voted-to tlio culture ol cotton. This policy they declaro their determination to enforce, promising supplies from the giiinivies of tho NorCiwe-ft. He advocates the amendment tof the State • General Constitution limiting tho privilege of suffrage after a sharp' to those who were citieens when the Confea- fled ...

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