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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 June 1862

THE ST h N DARD. fcT We are indebted to our friend Dr. Saun- ders, of German, for lato Memphis pursers. New Orleans. Gen. Butler is playin concur that the enemy are badly whipped and driven into the warap. r Carnage dreadful. on IT un A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. ailreidv O I- -A. JEt KSVILLB: MONDAY, JUNE Oth, 1862, in.'j11- Bateerlptlonla Ad^oo#, 93.00 I Tiie Conscription Law. The enforcement of this Act. has commenced in Arkansaii, Mi.-siwippi and other St f>s. It wijll soon be put in force I here, and persons subject; to its provisions b.ao ' better be attaching them ; ganizations while there "" # I to make choice of servicc the eonciuoror in full 'both sides Yankees lost two to onr one. ;,, ... , ,, „.t*! ,. , , , dreds wounded are arriving. Five hundred 'Express oui e. down-trodden City: which has to bear:prisoner8 in hU hav# been vast deal ot humiliation; but the day of de-j Richmond June 1.—Lastest reliable Richmond, May 28.—Late northern paper* • have been received 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 June 1862

W4f'?v> tV'; ' | A '•# i t... i^fyn HE* H JP .>• %" t.W ■ •© 5 ;l CH4.BLES I>e HORSE V LONG SHALL OUR BANKER ERAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OP THE FREE- EDITOR & H OFRIETOK CLIRMVILLE, RED RIOT COliNTT, TBiAS .JENB 14, 1862. SO. 20. ) Little Rock Arkansas, f June 4th fSf>2. j To the detached officer0, and. .«ol hers oi" the fol- lowing Texas. (dismounted) cavalry Regiments,viz. Col. Greer's'Col. Stone's, Col. Shne'. Col. Locke's. Col. Diaraomls. Col. Johnson, Col. Crumps audi Southern army Coi. Whitfield's Legion* ' ~* The understened ha4 been required bv THE PRI'V ATE$ IN THE SOUTHERN RMY. . .We do not believetjiat the world has ever such material as compose the rank and file ot Napoleot _and better special | superior even to the veterans of France, Gen. Se ton Vashpen appointed Federal military Governor of South Carolina, not of the whole de- partment o f the South, stated. TO THE CORO NER OF LAMAR COUNTY GREETING. The State of Texas. ) c County of Lam ar. j You are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 June 1862

T HI STAT A I>EM'KJRATI^ REPUBLICAN1 JQURNAL. zen& and bo au fide neutrals, not to th Big Talk. j Madison, •June 10.—From Memphis papers, Gen. Butler's edition of the Delta says. ;tiie Avalanche of to-day: "When will thk War Esv.— In sixty days the! The cifcy Wi3 ver? et yesterday stillness port of New Orleans will be opened toj all loyal cit-1 reigned 3upreme. The weather was clear and ose who con- j pleasant, Dut there seemed to be fewer ladies OLAEKSVILLE: MONDAY, JUNK Wth. 1«62. their nationality for the purpose of g* But will New Orleans be giren up n a part ofthc Confederate States? N cea, property under a foreign flag ard prostitute than usual on the streats. Some of the dry tliAir naf innollf i fr — L . . . . goods, drugs, and other stores were opened, and b usiness appeared to be slowly reviving — n. pou a peace . ! such pe±ee never, b ' g'-v Jefferson, d«- tntxoriptloD In idvuct, m r . 1 u. 1 ; will never be made. New Orleans will j en up by the United States. Bough...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 June 1862

C HABLES D4MORSE, LONG SHALL OUR BANKER BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OP THB FREE. EDITOR & HiOPRIBTOR VOL. 19,. CURKS1 ■ f- llttle IfoCK arkansas. ) .T jne 4th f8t>2. j Badly d poI liers of the f'ol- valry Resjiinentfi.viz. To the detached officer", an lowin?Texa#«. (dismounted) c?( .. Col. OreerV Col. Stone's. Col. Sims' Col. Locke's. Col. Diamonds Col. Johnson, Col. Crumps and Coi. Whitfield's Legion. The undernamed hae been required by epecal order of Maj. fteo. H'ndman, Commanding the TranP Miaaispippi District. Confederate State- army to call together at once, all the detached officers and soldiers of the above commands, now west o/ the Hiss. River, to o^anize thein temporarily in- tocompanies, and a battalion, or regiment and re- _ ^rt^tnwir^ntha (Ten, commanding for duty, Tho organization to continue only^uiril «wud trooos can he turned over to their respective Reeimienfs which may he at a very early day. T>etac,hmei^s having horses in charge, are required to turn ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 June 1862

Partridge were "rounded. At that moment we were interrupted bv the report that the enemy were again advancing. and I had :io other opportunity 01 conversation with the J£*jor. Although drawn up in lice of^battie. the right was not reuewed at sundown whe-' J left the fieid. , . BOH FM IAN. [Mobile Advertiser and Register,] T nt wmm A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. CL ABKS VILLE: FRIDAY, JUNE 27 th, 1862. Uabsorfptton ia Ad trn oe, 93.00 We r# ri/rd to itBDour-v IV HT, ii .««;>. Kwj. of I.aniar (i<.unty. ' a candidate f r DISTRICT ATTOKNKY of the 3th. Judirtu! DiMriet. jm- Weare authorized to nnncnnw! OBOF.GF F. MO.,RE,Knq.,jf Na<- ngdoche>. C< unt\ «' a ert didate for associate Justice oftJi ujp H>«? Court of the State. , WK ARK AUTHORIZED to anno unce Henry Little as a c-ihd date for re-ehartion to the office of District Clerk for U d - fve i County th«> tftsuin^ Election. _ ^ r WE are authorize*! to announce the Hon- MEDICOS A. LONG (■an<!ld t.^r*TQ\g -Tt Au...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 July 1862

STANDARD. CHABLES DeMOBSE, LONG ftwat.t, OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STAFDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR TIL 19, CLAEKSVILLB, KBD RIVER COUNTY, TEX.1S JliLV a, 1862. NO. 22. M THE FEDERAL COHGEESS ANli the • CONFISCATION BILL. TO THE CORONER OF LAMAR COUNTY GREETING. Tk* State ok Texas County of Lamar _ You are hereby commanded to summon Nath'l W. Townes and'W. H. Johnson (Exrs. of W. M. William* deceased and guardians of Virginia W. Minter,) by publication to be and appear at the next Term of the Hon. County Court to be hold- en for said Lamar County, on tnelast Monday in June '62 to answer the petition of H. B. Minter & before^ Congress. Th Virginia W. hi* wife, and make a fulll exhibit of thousand ot millions o the condition ofthe estate of said W. M. Williams ' the second section would Deceased and their ward Virginia W. Minter } 2.000,000 slaves, aod,! indirectly, perhaps the The petition charge in ssubstauce as follows to Mr. Collarner Vermont) defended his b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 July 1862

T MARTIAL LAW! STANDARD §j That there are a 1^^ vile miscrealrits in ijhc . ji (State, who at heart ajJhere to the ejnemv; /we j do not doubt; and in eMerv instance where un- ^ whom it mct>/ concern. imistakble proof is at hand, speeiy hanging sheuid follow. There should be no dalliance *ith unquestionable treason!. The whole world reo- A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL C L A RKSVILLE: MONDAY, JVLY 7th, 1*62. The undersigned having been appointed by Gen H. E. M^Culioch, PROVOST MARSHAL for Red River county, will enforce the regulations, issued bv Gen'Is Hebert, and McCulloeh upon ognizes its proper, and) usual punishment. nd subject, as follows-. 1st. ihe -ale of intoxicating liquors to any per- ls Advuo*. 93.00 •trrr an open mouthed traitor, or a cautious traitor, j whuslily talks adverse) to our interest orp rois- w.* *r«-J*uthorf ed v• wniimiiplion Wni. t«ujd iw «1 pec's, is necessarily a (Jut* Fnrr^ciifflion xe Jt'lHiEoi tIi.. K'h Ju'iic-ial District. [.* j midst. W \ J. 1> ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 July 1862

atr~" I CHARLES DeMOBSB, LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OP THE TREE. \ EDITOR & PROPRIETOR VOL. 19, CLARKSVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS JILY 12, 1862. NO. 23. ^ . - ! tishstg- rates, ( One dollar j er square of ten lines in advance for All parts of squares inserted each insertion of advertisement. counted as squares. No advertisement, of whatever brevity, for less than one dollar Ohuu^ry notices inserted as advertisement*, and ay required in advance f *k BECRIHTS! RECRUITS! 300 to 500 recruits wanted to fill up the Rank.« of the 9th Texas Cavalry Regiment. Another chance to serva your country. All recruits who volunteer will be immediately muatered into ser- vice, and receive Cavalry p^v from date of enroll- ment. Books will be opened te receive names of recruits at the following places, viz., Clarksville July 16th to JOth Aug, Paris July 26th. Honeyiftrove July 28th. Bot.iiam " 30th. Sherman, Aug. let. Black Jac* U rove Aug 5th. Tarrant '' 7th. Mt. Pleanan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 July 1862

Tie 8T AN 1A KB. A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL, OLABKSVILLE: MONDAY, JULY UiYt 1862. IvbMrlyiioD h AIvmm, • 3.00 4*imH ■A J. H W* r auth> iiz«-<l to itiDf ttiK* JVEGK B*W OPAY. Titus county *♦ a candidate tor DlS'l IC1CT JUIXiE of thv> 8th Judicial DbtrlrU Cf' tDthnrlinl to unnouno1 J \V STANLKT,"a* a can dldatr for ! HK' tFF of Hed Hirer . oufaty, tUT Vc ire authorised to idbouum HON R A KKKYK8 & iiidtrma county, a* • candidate* for aSS' H.'I AT E Jl'STICK o 1 th« Supreme Ooart- . Whj «• authoria l) to announce lion Wm g T<>I>D ap ti'lutf lhrn>-*lci'iiou a* of the Sib .luili rial District. D*MOR K: 49*You art* •uthoriz^d to announce G B RRKM as a candidate tor flUIRIFF at the Ku-uio^ August Klectiou, Mast Votirs. Sni^We «r authorized toannonnct* JOSH STEPHEN'S as acan- dlfttat* for |)I8TJ<KT ATTORNEY of ih- Sth Judicial District We at* authorized tn announce Dr; W V T Hart, «« a candidate or County Treaauror, of lied River county, at the ensuing Au . g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 July 1862

.3 i"afr' 'iV CHABLES DeMORSE, LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THB BREEZE—i txi STANDARD OF THB FRBB. ■ kjiHTob * HOPRVSTOh VOL 19, ADVERTISING RATES. < n«' K'.'liir per square often line* iti. advance for t rh in**-rtion of advertisement. All parts of !><{U<ires} c nun J -.aVjuares. . No H hijrfi ement, of whatever brevity, inserted f - tfa^Eti' o*0 dollar i th i tnry notices inserted aa advertisement", and i t* |uired m advance. CLlRKSHLLB, RED RIVER COURT!, TRXAS JUL! % 1862. lARiJlAL LAW! NO. 24. RECRUITS! RECK HITS! To all whom it may concern. The undersigned having been appointed by Gen H. E. M-Culloeh, PROVOST MARSHAL of Red River county, will enforce the regulation* j issued by i Gen'Is Hebert, and McCulloeh upon; this subjeM, as folic ws: NOTICE TO DETACHED SOLDIERS! THE GREAT BATTLE. From the Lstmhm Timet} May ihe 20<4, THE CUNNING OF LINCOLN TO MAKB FAVOUR OF ENGLAND. 'ah) t<. 500 recruits wanted to fill up the Ranks thf 't-h Texas Cavalry Regiment. Another ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 July 1862

/ ;? t * *' * • 31 r ft I! II. •rp o A. V .TOURKAli. LL E: SATrnPAT, jrivV :*n-h. 1«R2 jjSrjd men; ours must npee«sari|y have been very gr*'Ht—of the Federals tjerriVde. Tjte re. ddub's^ebtreaehincnr*, rifle pjita ie of thU en- 'my w<?re charged. and takens wit ^ a hetoism •* Sj'^h Ignoied rtfpu so. Whire all were equal !v :ravc. where every man did his-whule dut7. no di^erif inbtion is possible. I The impetuos- ity of o ADDRESS OF PRESIDED DA\T3 TO THE ARMY. Richmond, July 8th. i*-sued the our victorious amy tf I^hmond late vou 'When they got within four hundred yards : i& For the first time in several years Clark*, we closed our esse s^ot. and opened on them villa is going through a summer without hctf. ai- witb canister, and such destruction I never else- j though the Prairies all around are fall of it. and President Davif has inhere witnessed. At each discharge great i plenty of buyers in'own. Is every body too rich following congratulating address to were made in their r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 August 1862

CHARLES DeMORSE, LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR St *BOPRIETOP TIL 19, CL1RKSTILLB, RED KlVER COUNTY, TEX1S ADVE^TISINO- BATES, One dollar-per squwe of ten lines in advance tor each insertion of advertisement. AH parts of squires counted as squares. No advertisement, nf whatever brevity, inserted fori*-!:* than one dollar Obutnrv notices inserted as advertisement", and %y required in advance. 8 5eck itits i recruitsi 1862. . 25. 300 to 500 recruits want d to fill up the Rank? of the VHh Texas Cavalry Regiment. Another chance ttf servo your country. AU recruits who volunteer will l>e immediately mustered into ser- vice. and receive Cavalry pay from date of enroll- ment. Books will be opened te receive names of recruits at the following places, viz., OUrnsviPe July l*it!i to 10th Aug, Paris July 2Cth. Hoaey fSiove July 28th. Bor.ham "30th. Sherman, Aug. 1st. Black Jac* Grove Aug. 5th. Tarrant '' 7th. Mt. Pleasant 10th, - No recruits will be t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 2 August 1862

1 roe mom A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. C X- -A- R K S "V ILLE: moment obscure the brightness cif the calm, (and tranquility ahead of us; bat before a great I while, radiant with glory, and teeming with i prosperity; our people will assume a proud, and eminent position, among the nations 01 the earth. icle his death with^tniogled emotions'of sorrow ing and pride. By this time 1 had learned from the SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1862. Salwez^MM 1« Adwanoe, S3.00 \Vr «• •athorU'-d to •nnr un<-<% TllOrt 6 COLLIER. for ** r Jk (olle.'lt-r vf Red Hirer mnntr. « t « SSr are authorize! to Huitftunr* J L'fK!K B XV frKAV, o T u t uudutl to t r DlHTKHT^l'DOK uf Ui*> &tli J.( 'i- mI frf* iirt« • *2 • u« «rt* •uthr.rj* - l to ubioihiC' J WHTANLKv, as * can .lfentr* u,r -IIEkiyy of lied Itiier <oaoty, 4f« W« af au'.horiz«-d to >.nn«>ui.re HON It A RKEVKS«f *>,«lr moi> oantjf. M k catitfi d:ite fur a&SOCIATK JlSTICKo slit- .-uyrrm* court- C . We nr.- authorized U> anno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 August 1862

M X •j 4 i * > v. h m m HASLES DeMOBSB, LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THB BREEZE---THB STANDARD OF THE FRTB. J . jl_ i. EDITOR & FROPRIETOP rft i vAu 18, iiljIilSl'ILLB, R8P RI ¥EK CO OTY, TEH A S MST 9, 1862. NO. :>a. FOr i^lFJlSTT. he 1 -' -c ihoiift brick < . wnas • lie • I>.%m.as Hon l", situated 3 !'. cori:<* * of public s^are in the to ? cin, is ottered • i'cr rent inMi'hiueui * OD GEN McCI tLLAN PUBLICLY «l**)D OF TREASON. AOCUS- is«i Wi'U suited for * "Ho- - for that jjurpose. If lift* ,,rn **>rlr.r. • Tet fll j>riv te 11! atoilie.-, bed rooms. kitch- ! nt'ces*:: ry out buiMinfrs. The ^H-eptible of be o> •: Of the year - hp yard. I'ersou 8. If. Cockrel, '>s ?&oiiP' vt n;ii;> MI. VVi 19—tf WJCIlf SOLDIERS! detaclujd men belonging to hv .]< moan ted utnded by ... Younjf, Mifl . (late Col. d • 11 s J mlt«iiion, with tlu uhI men ueioiiguig iu ? Rejriments, formerly . Greer, Stone, , and Whitfield, L!. Johnson,)and who were sent lorses of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 9 August 1862

fflfi 8TANDABD. A DEMOCRATIC EEPUBLI CAN JOUEVAL. O I- -A. SVILLE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 9,1862. • ab*erl Cioal A4 mm, SS.OO AGENCY. John R. Wooldridge Ktq., is my authorized aft en t, during my absenoe trom home, for the ti impaction ol all business. charles DeMORSE ( larkuvillo July 21st 186'^, 1 he affair at murkreesboro, tennessee. joro, GEIERAIJS ADDRESS TO IIIS 80LDIE S LD1EE8. We in befon our readers this morning the admirable address of Gen. Hi E. Lee to the gajlant troops, whose patriotic sacrifices hare accomplished the sal rati on of the Confederate capitof; and inflicted a blow upon the forces of the North which* must hare a moot crushing effect. Rarely in the annals of ware fare has such a series of successes attended the efforts The New Tflrk Herald and Tribune, during the month of June, published estimates of the strength of the armies at Richmond.. McOlel- lan in the lite battles, had been joiuedby Mc- Dowell, B nks,and the forces of Fremont. On the 28th of June he had 16...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 August 1862

CHARLES D-MORS K, VOL 19, LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OF THE PHEE. EDITOR & IKOPRIETOP EL1RISVILLB, HBD RIVER COIIK.TT, TEXAS UC1ST 16, 1862. SO. 26. V FOB fL< f }ie i;tr<rp comrar.dioufi brick establish merit R known as The "Dallas Hotki/'; situated on ill Cm* 8 E. corner of public sqare in the town <4 Texas, is offered far rent at reasonable ''tUi bulMinjj SsH-jtp, and "well united for « H«- kyir, r !>een fitted no for that purpose lr ha« i room, faniilv room rarlor. several private suitable for ®n 11 families, bed room* kiceh- Forn the chicaqo Times. V ED Ell A L REPORTS FROM AUK ANS IS. t-!.' I n ' w ire ro jm, iindThe necessary out buiMiu^. The r. ,,-n- yre all well ventilate. and susceptible of be in.-r. flde comfortable a* all .seasons of the year- T" — is a weP of Rood water in the yard. 1'^rsOn wi-liiug to rfut, will apply to Mrs L) til Texas. .la- - Ul 1« no 10— tf MARCHING ORDERS ! Head-Quakters Texas Reg't 1 or Detachments Paris Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 August 1862

V I TDK 8 T A N BA RD. A DEMOCRATIC ElPUBCl CAN JOURNAL. CLARK SVXXiUB: Saturday, august 16,1m ••bMrtydM (a AITUM, 93,00 kn« keep, over which arose the hill ap > o -did not >pp r on the geld. The pneonen *hichthvenemy ebatierjes were placed At t,VeD by ua manifested .trong feelioB in boo- the foot of the hill th|- *— - - o ^ * parterre of infantry w< overlooking it aud aisf 1 vine on the lett of the battery was station a J i others iu two tiers ribl the whole presenting j which tolk with terrib i But our troops rush tb« mat 4th >rg a, Lt. are is enemy had ere - red *| j,eqUence 0fthis circumstance and stated that another a t the. Lj,e entjr<1 armyeDgaged was similarly influen- one the edgie ot a f -'ee(j ' brow of the hill. A vnTtiL'u ^prwTTirn rwr\rrvcvT the cit^ The eneTnJ's loss was at least twen* n the ravine while three ANOlUbK .-1 lKlThiD hNGAGEMEJNT. ! \>„nA ed the front ot the hill. .yiKNCY. •John K. Weoldri&gi* Kskj., is my authorized ag*-nt, during my...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 August 1862

CHARLES De MORSE, LONG SHALL CUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE—THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR * FROPRIBTOP VOL. 19.. CI i B f i 1 II CPU o S i h District Jud-o. ® mmn mij i m mmmmmmmm * |i mn—■Mril"" ~ " i- - .. ■ ■ — t - • _ ——f ■" OPilCIAh VOTK Mi marion COI Nt 'fctate .treasurer. c ft ^TOILNS. 1«9. WOOTi'iN. (JO MPT ROLLER, r. H. RANDOLPH, 1 ln-L iM/RiUS, ' 21, • * r Associate Justjea. JUKVKS - $2. 1*1 V ORM * . 74. WALLACE l«/\g. -i JNN*[NTGS, T iDD, ~ • ■^AY, . ^I.i Pistnot Attorney, st epflens, 40f,! $r,-klnney, it's, PETERSON, V iippresentative. j, IXTOI>D. 31. FAIILEY 1 ;j i> BOWIE COUNTT. FOR ASS'T JUSTICE. KRFTES. 51.. .1 K&NINGS, 104. rl CORK. SC>, AVAL LIS, - <>. ' LONG, ' s3. DISTRICT JUDGE, <tllAY, 115, TODD, 107, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, stephens, iso, MeKINNEY, 107, BUTTON. " ' 8, PETERSON, 21, Red River Connfcy. For Ass't J ustice Supreme Court. lp,, ne sites coestt, tins upasr 23, is 2. —rrjc^;«scz~x... r szatjgrzfrz- twuLnsm. t -y-i m ran PIT Mil'! I! ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 August 1862

Till! Si a ! «;■.( s - ' n I; f ; # 1?. 1 « V 1 L SA'M JU'AV ALfHST 23, 1 vo: I >r ri \j, £, E : <?o • i rem; RVPI j wonlle a ix. 2— A special I nne from fc - n>. v • - Col. Mor^an^ r.;i. d • T ' «k rr«pMjr*d I. 1?H' I«<*• >u f.rt r•• • r«\ noji'it j rh -i <>?■-, captured trout iht 5 of ;srrof a numbsr LIST OP CASUALTIES. 11 ! - Ai iUC®, ♦ iOCi HC* /■! dispatch txi> the mo- it ll. date;!!ifI Hit. '.-•port stated that ho • prisoners, cnf ot 3,(HH).0t |"i Among eneinv are .300 t horses C l. (i vteLlt?r. torn.er' v.of the British army 1862, which you will please give place in yia: /II->t ngui -hed h'niself eba.gii|ig in lront on alt oc columns: Col John Marshal, billed, Lieut {Griffith, in/ thigh, B F Terry, in arin; .1 1' Muse, in bead, K W Pierce, is hind, W B Fe Oae lolW To the Editors of The Richmond Entjuir. teefc, f r ' ; and-Aack,^|8ph H Plasters,in leg, W A^i CV| (ft* ardjrt ^[Cr Scott iu leg, Jno Tram, in J Williams in leg. otal killed, 6; wounded. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 September 1862

CHARLES VOL. 10, I>e MOUSE, n i, li 1. Il^KVljS Tv? \ LLtS JKXVIXGS, LUX > r, JFNTfNTGS,« *\VA LLl *>', REF.V&V LONG. KOoKlE, Associate J usTifcs. 1U5K CO., THE REM TJPgHUR C6.t r.vv r). KF liMOOR WALLIS, m&ir, Lovu, bfkv^h JFX TITUS Co., i .\ u o REEVE 3, J.OAtl, jMOQHE. jlxnings. I > EXTON Co., NAVARRO Co., TUAViS. CO > . Judg-a Supreme Court >!{>OHE, L< XG> WA Mj A OK, KKEV£i>, PEXTOX, Co. For Ass/tJuatiCo Supreme Court. IVJoon*, {Loilg, I r {Jennings, , 97 47 2fi-S •42' 157 10 >4 7 -]w.' i ') ]"3 i!S 71 in 9 op.> ■ 71 -i i >Sa A ! 'j-r :n 47 25. 71 71 i a 6 Ei miiiatiofi to the w WiLb Kest'ickjfij Ten is** see recover LONG- SHALL OUR BANKER BRAVE THE BKEEZE---THE STAKp^RD OF THE FREE. SVI'LIIR, RES HIVER CCtSTV: TGI5S SEPTEMBER 6 OTJITCTOBIII.IIMII II IWMWMiMwiMB els ixvlxcibleT ^ V ly prepared c-fiprt, and has totally failed. The South which bias already maintained its inde- rible odds for sisttibn d a decisive victory.; The said t...

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