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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 September 1863

CL AK 33: S V ILL'S : SATVRDAY SEPT. 5th Wd CTIAKLKS I >k MORSE, Editor A: Prorrietor Vol 20. ...... No. Is llKAD—t^l'ARTVRS, 20th TEX. "AV. ^ Camp W.vp k. C. V August 29 li \ Sir:— Having road your official report of the battle. . .. . , , x 1'n /, ; j i • .i ♦ a„..y. „f. about tive miles Iron; the river, but there are ot Llk ( reck, arid aeernm" that tuor * explicit . ' ; no siun i.il ti><*m from *o*n. i.! NcLaL IN i hLLiL Ej*(. , Lee moved his ti rces at Culpepper on Ved Richmond Antrum 5,-—The centj il train nesday aud made other preparations to give us arrived at lato hour last niirht, but brough j battle on the Rappahannock. do ne*< of importance. It is reported that Th« Rapidan is fortified south of C^pe^pcr. Ve^de has rross -d the Rappahannock iuto j Gen. Stand died in New York from wounds Culprr.per. The- is river. 1 w up a-* far :.<« Ssniy IV v. l**t rijght. Richmond Anq-u^t 1!« —'.n the late advance upon J.-irk Mis" , letters were captured confirming tre so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 September 1863

Quartermaster's t - fi* r, ) San Anton a, 7Vxnv - JulyO'h l*f>$ ^ jn compliancy with General Orders, No 73, notice is hereby given to all concerned, t*::«t 18f.? to answer the .. . petMon oi Jeaee S. F'-rkmp. new filed in mv office in which is suhstanciallv I« hereby p'vpn t1: .t S i- h M. Bnant Admin i^tratrixofthe +'?e,.t or i*en vw B. ivryint deed. |6et forth the following to wit. That ou th^ 2d dav has filed his petition toceiis^r w.th the account cur of May l^GO, petitioner waa the legal and cquita- rent with the County < ourt of Red River countv ble owner of a certain tract or parcel of land con- tie rates and W gcs paid to teamsters ana for %r 5"'?M T'- ™"f°re "" i *??'"* f°Ur h"Sh*{ "i'V ...... . 1 , who mn\ tiiinrv toem-elves interested are of Lamar on North Sulphur the samejueiug a frrig.,t in the service unaer my c a.ge are a n0titied to attend at tco August term ofsaid court j part of a tlrrteen Labor Survey mad*3 by virtue of follow* : I and «how cause if a"v they...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 September 1863

- I'VJ1 C X- A. TC TSL S "V I L L "E : SATURDAY SEPT. 12th l t}3 CHARLES DtMORSE, Editor & Proprietor V' i. 20. No. 19. Vation on loth ioads & to withdraw the Piq- of which was brought off except one Ilowit^r m.at% Col Walker and his Ohm-taws och v, i «ets from Coo ly' Ci eek. Up to this time,dismounted by the heavy Ordnance of the en-1 hmvoly as they always do Capt H ink* c * | 1. had been unable to determine whether theerny. < ol-.nel M^-tiu, who retired in wod or-iy,^- regiment was also distinguished !<>r h < j force which crossed at the Creek Agency was' der across the creek, when the line along the |^allantry, being dangerously wound". 1 w i merply a heavy scout, or the advance of the prairie gave way near the battery, was order- i ^rrying orders which I had sent to Coj ; niain body ot the enemy. About two or three ed to hoid the ford above the bridge, but see- t0 jraw^the right wing to his support, and the 1 _ «i i • f Vt k /*>] A Ml <«K ♦ «W 1 w Ia l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 September 1863

0. •ht. affair at Eik Crees on .the 17th . J a! • I w:H add jiv te«':tuonv *o the invariable grr.d conduct <>f L*. Col. W-flch. who ?ervt*i Vrrr.er'v in tny regiment as Captain of a eoui- panv of Texas Cnv., and on several occasions, wis di'tin^'iished. anil iy always, in case an! brave. Story, fiiirtitiv, L.eut G T i >avis, mortally, private J P Robinson, wounded mortality,!), danger. r*« oi. collected [Signed J S Kates wounded mortally, J M Doolen,severe- ly i>olon iia^-o., severely, M. S Phillips, slight- ]Jl —o C—C ^rp Iliiddleston, killed, private of1 N. tbaniel 1 ork,slightly, J A Andrews wound- ; ed slightly, Lieut M M St over, slightly, pri— D H. COOPER, i va"e N. K Crow, slightly, I I Spikes, slightly. I\*ie | iter- in the above nonce tor in v ter Mn-f r'< < M'i -e T '.e ^ au ■ '!. .in ! - ir~t nr.) xv. \ i e id , la-t liriir. Gen' served our are until the enemy had approach- ed within twenty yards, and then poured upon them a galling fire; in the mean tim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 September 1863

C L A B K S V I L. r*ATTKDAV b'KPT. 17th t "K 1 *«:; dire*'ion till,-jiight.and camped,until the mornr f worthy of eommunieatin in.: of the p th, wnen we again set out for j hear from me a<rain. 1-Vus- River. On this day it was roy,misfor- tune, in con ?any witjd- one John Higgins, to ' f. Camp ON'LiTfLB B<*q«y C S. get separatedl'rom the command. It was part- j September 9th 1 ^ i > iy earelc«sn£js ou our part, that we lost them. ' Head Q-iarters, 21kh Texas C vairy. After having rambled about, until near moon j Dear Standard: — dow.i. w : stopped for the night, believing that : transpire.you «hall'jtages of birth, ami ]o ino; , tu aui v 0. A. W. !youthful bu^anfl in Hue srr.ggles und 'incident to emigration to America. Lath' f: ) fitment ol the s:teivd\|t%uy of wife, she lei it e - jland of her nativity. kind and affectionate vu >■ \ euts, and a luvarum.- h<vne, and sought in i foreign land. a more extended and ( TIAKU1S ! i VOF>H, Kui'or & Proprietor Vui. :&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 September 1863

narwr-vwe*" fU<^ wns shot fiowa four time?? 'j LLEGKAPH NKWS. *'} arltrton.. Ant'. -I)—The tiring' of 'Jfe i'r-T' r Vudf rpon Snn.fer to-day w* s exceed« - : \ I e: vy. utit rot >0 arc urate as beretMnrjfc. ; The enemy's fire 01 Wains'* canned five cas- Al.ut r i nil the flag was f-hot away, but .-oOn ir lues, "nciuding Captain Robert Pringle kill- .■pi t;ped ; - ;\d. Alfred Ilbett,commanding the garrison Our sharpihi'otere are annoying the Yan- m : i ufbearded. kaes considerably. "I he br-ttpry rf parrot L'un? is di t*nr fr^ni . I* is supposed the onemybursted.one of their Fumfer- miles and firelights. 11><; missiles : Parrot guns yesterday. u-tti are -00 pound boJts eight inches indrim-j At 11 o'clock ljst uight a communication f r. two feet loner with flat heads of chi'W from the enemv., unsiffndd.was sent to TFeaure- ir< n. > hells of the same dimensions were also gard, demanding a surrender of bumfi^r, and n-el up to Wednesday night the third day of Morris Isl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 September 1863

iLikf 0Vf r. 11• • i.: p ( r- fl = •. somewhat 1 i] i1"-"1 \n-ir->«- d-dmtfto, lv <■'-«* srf- at 1 U tflj. it ei'izens. •!* '\rtv • • i«- • viV-i. with His arrav jiis#tT4.$tf*.*Uttg. and desertrou. fed vvuhin eight mtfesoi rh*f and it is said th*i5 were wubin the sii'msb? march the c unman 1 SO'CO M ot no C L FI IS" S "V C L T_ "E : SA'ITiUCU SEPT. -J.I'll I - >:j ( hA!'Lj:S I > v M < > r; S i „. Euife.r A; Protrietor Vf,!. "/ I N'" -1" Su1 aciittion in a Ivanne -4 for G rao-a'ihs l\v •i!] f ! -• I- it n ar v i >s >a'ii «viauch as uiitrht have been h:• fiiviirv < t' t^ *f -n miy follow nu i f*vt'r'i 1 -k'Tinis ifs u > Justice to the Soldiers I O , the Bmz an 1 <'■>' >' b>. we p:rci<v • s troveim-nt !•* h m i " -u i ! i to t/ie p,1-.>{ *(•! >r-, au I ' ? r'l >-e .V \ > i-: v 1 ' to it Up-*H •(— w • -*r, • tn th1 n'<iir:i" to sup- .!? sohiitrV fini't"; wi* h wh /if a: one dollar cM-rij | rw en thnm. and- M '.rui .d'lk"* «s lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 September 1863

7. i 111. I i lif Li. < M A i K \ N> A> \J \ IMAN.V A> !> TJ-NAS. i lv< I i t >11 i e.1 I |ih :-i- II! <• I vV« it itjiupit;- A.ith the gruato.s you timr r.iri ari;i:i na'it is so i ifr'r- families Oil i <M t.~ I, j i e<.ar • i o« w. y-v i ;;rr cap h! im St.u u- A • i';.11 v a" ],>i ■ : ou-* auv:.LU' • ♦ the « H } at fVt: ai.d . iiiVa.; i his 'eui M.; 'r.lu -. Thii- yf ill ><>u pn. ,iip; e- ii ur : to if r;l-—>!gOnm« eft. • j-<-riMi's of your ! . 11 !f i c iri f t'j* the ry ti n kcr, guii\ . and cur ott". his , < iu ft')'":, ut au •; n ach n: at it? front, and him loubci trout out toil. Dcteiu'u- iiL^ion and energy euly, can prevent his des— truct'.ob of y .i|ifSjO!nt'S. By a vigorous, and united < ficrt. ireserve your, property, you secure Lmlepi i donee tor yourseI\ erf, and chi.- drt u— all thtt rendeTslii'e desirable. Time is itnW our best lnend. Endure a while Ion rer, victory ard peace must crown cur efforts. The annexed re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 October 1863

From all ir tiir'n? = nf fup ' c a '1 o N . is clear that 'v'n? troops CLABKSYILLE : SAl I'RDAY OCT. 3rd. 18G3 niahu'.S I kMORS«, Editor & Proprietoi Voi. 20. . No. puWcription in advance *4 for 6 months volunteering of ('aloneI K. VVooi, ot the President's staff.— is absolutely The gunbo;!t-« wer. lyir*sr n°ar each other, and . do* e a '1 e vf>rr}'. The d'nfr U the only re— were captured after"a jdght resistance of the i sort. W, have already seen 'hat this is so tin I Confederates, who approached in four boats.— i popular th r men have shed blo^d to prove j Several of the crew were killed, and several ! their \iolert "evugjnrce to it In the largest; wounded.among them Li°ut. Hodge of the Na- j city of the North a popular riot has put a stop j vy. Various trophies were secured from the t.. -.he <lraft Th government has not ventur- j captured vessels, and about 60 prisoners, now on their way to Richmond, including Captain Robinson, ot' the Satellite. Jackson Ang. 24v—Some ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 3 October 1863

Hi. <.,*>■ Nurtl>crn Bonlum. 'i e/i*. S* pt. 17, I V", i >;< t<nul ( ns "J Mil. !list. O" i'. Rally. then, brave i 0DG ot to 1 hp standard of liberty, !ird free government ! Remember *be Ah>mo. Goliad, nnd San .lacin- i ti.! Urn* mber a hundred fields in this war, n,nn,lfr.af- 'n which renown has been added to the ancient • nth- houi z'°ry of'l exas I Ccmo with strong arms, and : i e permit- brave heart.- to the rescue of our outraged coun- fau.ilv with whom I try- ('°me a-s :i wallo{ s,fel in defence of your , , f,r , -...I5., half wives, and mothers.your sisters. an^i daughters! t tut twelve days, hi two and a riaii J J of the au" we will dispute every inch ot around wi^h jutnnt General's cfficj at thoe Head Quarters tor acceptance. 1>7 comm^nl of 1hr< ugh ifdi:ehf of try com \r >n ;;tm npf- oi nearly sixtein u !t' y/ts if.tended that I sh <. to ry^:i in w ith my Lieut. G*'u. E. K! S. S. no 21 -Its. iHV SMTTFI. ANDERSON. Us't Adj't (jeu kp. The adv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 October 1863

yif 5L.-W -* iu a war tor our very ex- without delay. cviiouie, C■ TL A- 3=1 ^ S T7 t L. ~L "E : v yj i OCT. 1 Utb, I V., < !" \KLKS MkMORSE, lviitur Jt Prrr^or. vol "• . • >'" -■> Eu'n cri^tioc in advance §4 for 6 m on'lis- e l. tbo like of which in my.-be'ii -f, has never ships to f h"' n exhibited by any gre:if <\iptaiu daring , isterce a.-. ti c !a.-?t hundred years. Gen. Lea wander 1 To ort:1 el a tow vards away from his quarters, and ob> the indiv.du • •''.s ot our citizens, to sustain serve 1 a ran fence girding a field..^f which a 0UT cause, %ve have tormed,unofficially, a Wffl- fVw r:i;'s had b'on pnl'e-l d'-wn, and a sap into ! niittee of Public Safety, to be composed of the the field or en • 1. With his own hands, and Execu u«as?isfe I he commen Nd repairing the fence, lu ta,i until 1 >r. ('alien, of '.ion. Longstreet's staff, er°o" oi Missouri, as presejnt chairman thereof, came to h's assHtan^e, an I together they made committees ot correspondence, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 10 October 1863

- 2 "ORSMbKMr *fe£t«a ,«*fcA< cl.ahksvrt i.j:, ; i xa>. ()i'fr.] cr .'5rd 1 E>lit'rr of litr — they will not willingly rdrt- ^'et us however ,• the State to which they belong.) prdcnror to throw thi' little <iroy< of water pected to serve wh^n called oui * the pre, and the harmless brand they rnay.be .emergency exist?; then to retut i narv pursuits until again needei VII.—Should any member c ; tions be captured, he shall h prisoner of;war,and all. the prot< eminent shall be expended to 1: A'III.—Arms and equipmen ■ : niched by the men: but when General Johnson has united his forces with i Bratrg, crivinir him( Br*e2r)% force of 40,000 in-; wjj| Applied by 1 re?pf ct-til.y f-l> the publicati"ri of the ac— permitted to retain. r-( r n fi vin £r 'ett< r of Hoi. A. Bolder t^,' wI o: I am my^deat sir, is row Adjutsn* Gtneial of Oen. Me t ulluch,J ^ ^ cry truly yours, v hr h"?1 recently assumed command of the SAMUEL A. ROBERTS. Sub Military Dbtret. which embraces t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 November 1863

GL ARKS VT.LLB : SATURDAY NOV. 7th, 1S33 CiL.KLKS 1>kM0R3$, Editor & Proprietor. Vol. . . • • No. 24 Subscription in advance c'4 for 6 months- rrr i Tlie Loyalty of the Choctawa. S TOU person.- in the Choctaw Nation, tiuiar- ,r disaffected, had.ventured to suggest, a t, -,v weeks since, that tie safety, and policy of rj.e Nation, lay in a position of neutrality; T -.prevent" any misapprehension, as to the jcelii <r of the Nation Vn iwiar, the Council ' a 5e.-feion,took the matter trader consideration, hii'l ^pressed itself in the following very de- rided terms—the resolutions offered by Col. Oaui pbcll Leflore. The Choctaws area reliable people, and their troop's are unsurpassed by those of any other of ou. Indian Allies. Resolutions Condemning the position of Neu- trality, as a measure of this Nation, &c. W ii kreas, great, and serious damage has been dene to the good name, and enviable posi- tion, now held by this nation, among the Con- federate States of America?-ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 November 1863

T*a ECTOR'S BRIGADE IN THE BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA. vt\ one horse, and every mounted officer in the hip, E L 4n^erson k'P- Missing: privates J , By an extract which Brigade had his horse killed or severely wound- M Harmon; R Hestlewood, C 0 Payne, T J [the Mexican paper at San ed. During the whole of the engagement the Elder, Amos Bean,T 13 !MeGilI,and S B McGill.! that the Mexican army in Few, if any troops in ihe Confederate army General, and his staff were to be seen directing j Company E. Killed; Capt. J S Dixon.— jot Mexico, is being supj " Lave a more enviable famo than Ector's Brig- J encouraging, and leading the men. So stub- j Wounded severely, Lt.jE A Estes, Wounded j t- a io'. It. is composed of the 9th Regiment Tex- j born was the resistance offered by the enemy, h Infantry, Col. Young, lOjth, 14th, 15 (or 32) j that an'Indian belonging to the brigade could r-giment Texas cavalry(di^nonnted)eon|mand-i not forbear expressing his admiration while ci'respectively by Lieut. Op...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 November 1863

CL AKKSVILLE : SATURDAY ^ovr- 14th> CHABLKS I>eMOKSE, Editor & Proprietor. \ ol. 20. - . . No. 25 Subscription in advance $4 for 6 months- The FennsylvaniaCam- ^ paign. THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG ! Gen. Lee's Official Report. The following is an authentic copy of Gen. Robt. E. Lee's official repori, of the Pennsylva- nia campaign. liejid Quarters army of "Virginia, ) July 31st 1863. }. Gen. iS. Cooper,Adjutant, and Inspector Gen- eral, Richmond, Va. Gerund: — I have the honor to submit the following outline ot the recent operations of • of* x^or>*>r f.. „ fl Geu. Rodes' marohed from Berryville to Martiofburg, entering th-: latter place on the 14tb, where he took sever hundred prisoners five pieces of artillery, and considerable quan- tity of stores. Ibe^e opeations cleared the valley of the enemy, thoseat Harper's Ferry withdrawing to Maryland feights. More than four thousand prisoners, trenty nine pieces of artillery, two hundred, a.d seventy wagons, and ambulances, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 November 1863

:'*+ C"— as"* of tnc ejeinv induced ic t-i cro*s the Plre! Kidg^ and f^ke ptisitio: south c* the Ivnpp;*- frai^pu u a hannock, which was-act rdmgly done. As soon as the repors of the mm an! in* officers shall be receive;, a more detailed ac- count of these operation will be given and oe- arded; and the difficulty of procuring supplies easion will then be tikn to speak o! thA con- rendt-rrd it impotable to continue longer whore spicuous gallantry, aad*ood conduct ot both, *e were. Such cf the wounded as were in officers, aud men. . | condition to be removed, and part of the arms I It is net yet in my ncrer to give a eorrcot collectcd on the field were ordered to Williams-; statement of' our casualty, which were severe. eneuiv bts suffered no abatement, from the i**ae of this protracted. and sanguinary c n- flicti Owing to the strength of the enemy's posi- tion, and the reduction of our ammunition, a >nev.al of the ergageroent could not be brz- (.•*> p.* ercd close membere cured...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 November 1863

y.-irting of sweet bonds, anil where ihe true nd The be ie is nterraioed that !irr T* 13Z S ^ I'PPAYNOV I L- X,- "E : 28ft, 18b3 ( id A i.t.r DfM'ORSE, Editor & Proprietor. i l. . No. 27 HCilption in advance $4 for 6 months- illh Rl'O GRANDE, ir. uston 'fii-Weekly Telegraph of the •. \.ut the icl.ov.iuir; \ pure in h**art shall ,-ee God, There tond h< Oh ray thy tears, for be is blest, Ills irouh!« v are ov'-/hip t^il is dor.?, Here lu.d ight care disturbed hi? rest' Here sorrow dim'd his uoonday sun, i Oh stay tfc~ tears, the Vest abode. Have hailed bis spirits heavenly birth, And sung a song of joy and love. Then why stiould anguish reign on earth, GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Richmond, Nov. 5.—European datns up to lave been received. The sultan of lad proposed by telegraph to purchase rams at £180,000 each.— nevT Have ;;:v>n uo Lookout moan he intended to make a tl inking iiv Gen Sherman, it is said, cannot reiich Cint- tanuuga uud< r a month. tL':; w >u! J : tin, unlo^ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 November 1863

From ti" Austin Gazette SYNOPSIS OF Til K GOVERNORS M ESS-V G E. in those exro^ed regions. These organization^ are progressing, and will I trust, render effi cient service. Goverrnr Lubbock delivered his meagre to both houses of the Legislature, in person, -n "Wednesday. Being too lengthy for our c 1- uu r s, we have made the following synop: :s, _ vh'ch we believe <fmbraces r 11 the importaDt ere Sub-Military District of Texas, and . the subjects touched upen by his excellency. ! concentration of troops upon our Northern bor He commences by reviewing some of the der.wiM, I believe, aid materially in the generi- everts that have transpired since the last exfra al protection of the frontier." tsetsirn.aiid speaks in terms of great confide: ce He calls for an immediate appropria^p for e? to the ability of the Trans-Mississippi To- the support of'the Frontier Regiment, and prtiren' to sustain itself, and repel any in-1 a- should fhe Legislature see fit to rid th< sien that may be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 December 1863

:v X. ~ ■K. o larksville, SATURDAY, DEC., 5th 1863. CLiAIlLES DeMOKSE, Editor & Propiiet<r. Vol. 20 No. 237 bscription In Advance, $4 for 6 months. Alexandria, La. Nov. 15, 1863. j The enemy advanced against Vermillionville j d shelled the place, Gen. Green not wish- j to stand it,made one of his brilliant charges j b -n dro^e them baok six miles towards Yer— | n ition bri&ge at Corte Gelee—their killed and *. inded havifcg^been left behind. It is said ' nfc Gen. Green's charge was a dashing ote. itnerous prisoners are in our hands. Brownsville, Texas, is tn^possession of the Y ikees. They landed, and ^vanced upou . place from Santiago. The cityjs repovt- e<; burnt, by our forces previous to Its. being cuated. The enemy said to be seven thoiis^ad HtDPg. \ On the 30th of October a party of Federals 0! tbout 500, c? 600 cavalrymen, entered Ar- V Jelphia,, Arkansas. They were part qf the h Iowa, 1st 3Iissouri, and an Illinois regi- .(. "t. They took a quantity of sugar,an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 December 1863

* T. - ^ * V ! * rv >:x ,i: 4 wmt Gen. Taylor, with Waller's Division,is again these quarters. Ilead Quarters, Department • I Sbreveport, La, Nov, iUtU i8i>3,\ j notice of exchange if published the information and guidance of all con- , cerned. Cairo, Nov 5.—The steamer Roa-3 Ham-j Exchange Notice No. 7, mellin was fired into by guerrillas on the 28:h,j The following Confederate Officers, and men are five miles below Des Ark,and the mate danger- hereby declared duly exchanged. oasly wounded. The gunboat Toroah scatter. I ,l8t. AU officeis, and men cap'u ed and parol- j tl i ed at any time previous to the 1st ot September, n j *' • .j | l'i>63, This section, however, is not intended to Guerrillas have captured Lnoian Anderson; jllc,ude a„v oflil,er8 or meB_ captured at Vicke- M. L., near Maytield. He is to be held as a bur?, juiy 4th, 1863, except such as were exchan- hobtage for Trustin Polk. The rebels hunt, ed by Exchange Notice No 6, Sept. 1st 1863, or are 'Union men in ...

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