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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 December 1860

k H sr m expbe- s TWO DA¥§ LATER. miijWTuuMiuntn FULL CONFIRMJTtOX later nam. xobofe; fliii fflmxicdift. UTEU&Tllti «•« 1118801; HI J . „•*& Etc., me. ■ by 0u *rr«ui *r the S*n OtitoMUain. t bu 4iN *sri •*10 ^ ftjiecial ■tifc'Bitfi C | l. C A. Tarlcj, hu i.ought ua twod*/• i «r new* : Rica« s . oeu SrreraJ gentlemen cn**«ed ia tfce battle near Lee*Uirg, on Mon- CoiUAtCa glCtWM M*P W Wh(>u they took to the nver their heads wore aimort aa thick w a awann of #ackbtnl*r ' * mmm<* L Hundreds and struggling In and it estimate tin- number were shot while -rimming and struggling In tbe water. Maaj teA eiolfetng of U Nods. Manr drowned eadt other. Moat of our wounded will be brought to Uicbmowl to-aau*row, and near)/ all tbe urMMHM aw expected k*re In a day ttf Iwo. Kichhosd, Oct 24—We have thb day further parUcolan of the Leeeborg fight The Lincolnitee commenced cromag the Po- tomac on Sunday night, and continued crow- iug during tbe fight. ___ „, i be tigbuiig waa terrihfc on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 July 1861

gri* 4 TIP 111 SATURDAY. JULY 27. 1«61 b! GREAT BATTLE POUGHT! OUR ARMY VICTORIOUS PRESIDENT DAVIS IX i HE FIELD \ The Enemy in Full Force Honied. Enemies' Loss by their Account, 5000, True Statement, over 10,000 \ S 4 The Receipt of the News ftorth! TERRIBLE DEPRESSION i ADSED, | Washington Overcast with t*looia ! CAPTURE OF FOUK FEDERAL BAT- TERIES AND N S1E( E (JU.NS! Federals retreating on Washington Great Alarm at Washington 2 Abolition Account of the Battle ! etc., etc., etc. By our Special Hand Car Express from Liberty, Capt. 0. A. Turley, we are in pos- session of New Orleaus papeis to the 23d, with full accounts, by telegraph, of a great battle at Manassas, in which there must have been trom seventy to one hundred thousand men engaged on each side. The Confederate forces gained a glorious vic- tory. Our loss is from'three to four thou- sand; the loss of the enorny is stated h\ themselves at ">000 killed. If could not. have been less than four times that amount in killed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 December 1861

3' * ~ * 1 >DNAY, HOUSTON. N LATHK PROM ARIZONA * & TELEGR rOL XXYII— DECEMBER 80,. IS61 WHOLE NO *1' lapertut from Ac icbinoBil* TH^ .V«re Gunboat -oulh. BY SrECIAL EXPRESS. ygef ■ ^p( Interesting Hews. TWO C!k. YS LATEJ^lH We h TC the Meaalll* Tines of the 12th instant, '; | tnm srhieh ire take the following interesting TUB VTA Sin OK. . . On issuing oar last number, we concluded, bat KOBE OF ™ JL— j week before we would be abfe to renew aequaint- i knee with oar patrons ; but we are highly gratified . at being able to do so, so soon after having hur- riedly packed off our press u> Mexico cached our type, cleaned our guns, made our wills, and pre- ; pared for the worst. Such a stampede never was , witnessed, save at Manasses or Waterloo, only, , that we had a Manassas or a Waterloo without a' I fight or even a sight of the enemy. Property changed hands at extraordinary rates for a day or . two ; the sound of the nnterrified became, in this express, Capt. Tur- I trial, di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 December 1861

i Cri-Wfrltlij fflfgrnpt TKXAS. E. H. CASHING, and Proprietor. MONDAY DFX. HO, 1861 "X asT" II. K. MATTHKWa laa eawHpleie .or thr office O-v M i! t>ha1 • ' '■* #9- ia«ES W. WVNNls, Hm|. 1* a candidate fur 12L1 - * | K iBKHT B < tWSfRR i* * d ndl <ate for rt~ el «.ll /« to the office «>!' Amssor « OiHje'tor. Dec. 3. iw-t'* To the Vatri-I «t the t'ilf mt Houston I «ra tor tbe office of CDy Recoid«* I eor.*i< e«he em e bti'h rifesrecUbte at.d reMKinstbte. If elected lHuh •! nothing irornli- i.^peeta- blllijr «!ir,u. from .i' ne of its responsibilities. nav- ,rt* heretfif-rc t> 'be recipient of favor; from my feilow-ctt'zei.-., J" 1 e-msvlonisot having performed my whole duty, I otter the i ast as guarante** fiuum fnoxstMwtdl or the JaMK- W. iCOtl. s. ...„ 653hh>'i 4(0 - ZSO - m - 162 - 1H0 ••• 140 "• l«o " 70 - 40 - 180 ' ..._ 40 • thk sugar crop. The present want of commercial intercourse with New Orleans ha- forced the peopl- of portion of I ,.II the *ug r of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1862

HE V NO 110 I HKE.KJOK.NT fiOnUna J> H'H ND. IK tS JANUAltY IS, MONDAY HOUSTON. letter from AubVji Letter from Austin RAP WHOLE 3490 if use of thia language. Indeed, one in lead K> , after tU* trial and wxhanKlon of no many d«*ig a, I ad tlic expenditure of no much money on the par t the North, what la yet to introduce declnlve feat LrmintotBB campaign* The Federal* haveenjoyed ueuse advantages in point of men and money, and ■ho (a* we howed yesterday) in drawing warlike sup- pies from thin country, through their superior coin- J,aid of the sen. President Duvls will no doubt de- |v>* fresh confidence when he read* the two royal TocUuMUlohM which, in the latter reapect, have now land the North and tho South on a footing of luidity. But there liaa been scarcely a single State pernio by the Northern army during the whole iurse of the campaign, and it 1* much questioned Ihether the navy expedition* of the Federal Govern- lent to Htitterag and l'ort Royal have done much Ion- thu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1862

"• J ■KB* tri-HJffkl? frirgra^j). llOUDTUn, TK.XAD/ *• H. CD8HUJG, Editor and Proprietor. MONDAY JAN. 13, 1862 Natlr* i« A<v«riUer •K of the Telegraph I* mm-* itice. Advtrtlstiueni* vtll mil iho rt'K IH>r Hue tor The regular Advntlsli. '""'"ied until further not v^rKtli iL* the Telezrapi ntll .he rt-KU>«r •ertlon re unied, at 23 cent* per Hue tur«M*n COFFEE, COFFEE* A FEW *AC * OF GOOD OOFPZDD. F r Male bV HOH iut'JHATii BE1CHM&K & Co. MliVEE HOARD1NO. The issuanoe of shlnplasters I* excused on the ground that there is no silver to be hnd for the l>urpose> of change. We have taken occaslou to express our opinion of silver linking. There seems to be a general mi (apprehension on this subject, which we must call the attention of our merchants to. Wo start out tb*4 Willi tbe broad proposition that silver l< not Money, an1 that It la simply coined lor i-lie pit'-pose Of change, un l l« not, in general buslne.-s, used j6 money. It may be that smsll fry stiver si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 January 1862

•* # A SPLENDID bTEAMEB AT CHJ WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15lb 1862. BY fti'fcliAii fcXi'iii. I ONE I3AY LATER! Aews from SIJ^P^NiflON OF Til I* 4j*KS. Arrival of a Steamer at Charleston. THH STONE BLOCKADE BttOKfcN. f kirmishing is ear Winchester. ETC., ETC., ETC. After our paper went so press th;> (Wednesday) morning, t«e N. C. tram ariived with « lie d o s 1 t*r news. Tlie train was de'ai^ed by .yet ing urt the tr.u k going over. We h.«ve papers of the 8th. No papers were issued on Ihe 9 h, and «he mai.s or the lOth did nofc%o 'in-ct with the boat at Nio.etis. Foi:owmx is the i«t W8: Kichmond, Jan. 7.—M. (\ Wa>ne, the present A^ juvauv Ueneral of the State of Georgia, l as ieen appoiu ea a Brigadier General in ine Confederate service. t jsume vigorous skirmish hg occurred last w ek above Winchester and towards the totom^e, in Which several Federal prisoners were taken, and a ieur killed and wounded on our side Tile Vir- ginia and Arkansas regiments were principally engaged in the skir...

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

THE m" ■''Tr/fry TOL XXVII— NO 130 [For the TeU«>n h.] A D!B«Jf.V ll\ J. H. MOtOltlXlj. Toll! toil.J toll! I.w solemn chimes and slow . Tel! out. wot'; A haro'i. head. In death lien low: ■ttliK out the treuibllnir throes — A Uuil'd full heart o'erllows. Ah w'pdx the pal). /To that dreed hall Win r# mighty shales repose. A patriot'* soul lias tlfcd, The hot l« Ttriy 's dead. Tliat Vmlsnt flilel. To <rory wet*.— "or him t-ne truiu'i tn vein, ft'mll wake Uh iPftitl.il train; *nfl warlike itieil, M i i, ore be'i iieed, Nbr wmrloi ulade, or train— tVimn sarik the hero low. Hi' iiiHi'v wooed tne blow , And proudty tell Ohuii-'lut! the foe— Now shall he sweetly nut, By ever J patriot blent. And age to age <i St.all storied page, > His valor hl*4iaU< rt, , Pbik Tollt (oil! toll! * '#ln ye mournful bell*, Toll out your aoMtun knells. And echoes Witk.- , I n l.tr oft" dells; fid notes ve well n *y pour. Another warrior o'er-- Krave Utbhivlr sleeps! ' HImmunity weeps, That h sha...

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

f / nao.oeo.ooo, ami fniarilate liisno of "national hunk law f^clte,„e,u In Wall felKn new*. Ja frightful t'l milling ftieuiely ban. ledly expelled Lane. ase are giving grand --The North^i papers tay |( tlie Mi ck .Jc is Imminent, livement is soon made, which leg, except in Kentucky It i( France ciiil K;igland hi^ve decided lathe cause of humanity and adit' turbeircommerce, and to prevent stone blockades 'I'he lleraid culls for a 'quarter of a million of home guards. Three hundred ornl ninety prisoners left It > ton on I hi' .'Id, t" tie exchanged. liu'nHUlc'.. expedition baa left I1atieras; some say for Hoarmke Idsud. und othors tor Hampton ItouUs and Annapolis, to relit. A number of vessels arrived at Hampton Roads last night, and left tlila morning. Cri-Hfelili) tttrqrapl). UOUHTUNi TKXAS. E. H. CDSHING, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY. ..FEB. 14, 1862 Notfae ro Advertiser*. The regular Advertising of the Telegraph Is sus- pended until further notice. Advertisements will he publ...

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

OH! TMJERAPB UOlSTON. MARCH U i8g2t ■ - ■ ' ' IEOOND juJji'lON. BY SPECIAL important feom m villic* ji [THE fKDEBAM HOT TIT 1* P0S8MM0*. faybtt«TIUJJD* oYED* 3NFEDEBATE8 AT BOSHf HOOTTAIH. T«im<iM« at CnmMAMia Gap. m — ' f Beport of the Fight *I«t UonelBon. Dftr 5000 Killed ud >bral8 entered jubhv1l.l.e. ETC., ETC., BTO* Oar special express. Capt. 0. A. far ley, arrived fat half past 4 this (Monday) after« n by hand oar jfrom Orange, after a most tedlotttrlp, brlnglna four days later news, much of lt|| great import- jance. We give the dispatcher In fall inclu- ding the Inaugural and Messaft of President Oavls |ii Memphis, Feb. 22.—The latest ivices received here state that Nashville was not Itcupied by the its up to Friday night. I|| thought that . with a portion of his army,, till reach there onday next, Gen. Johnston a reported to be urfireesborq,', where he has been joined by Gen. B. Crittenden. There 1b noting Btartling this ruing. Richmond, Feb. 22.—The Nortban papers of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 1 March 1862

could bo so bad as a failure, and any sacrifice will be cheap as the price of success in such a contest. (Cheers.) But the . t me has its lights as well # its sh-<les. Thl« great strife has awakened In he i>< h|i'h the liijiheitt emotions and qualities of the htnu.iti soul; it is cultivating reeling!) of pat- riotism, virtue and oruruge, and instances of self- sacrifice >iii i ?nerU d«vntion to the noble cause tor which we are contending are rife throughout the land. Never lias a people evinced so deter- m'ned a spirit aa that now animating the uien, wo men and children in every port or our country. Upon the first oall meu fly to arms, aud wives anil mothers send their husbands and sons to buttle without a murmer or regret It was. perhaps, in the ordination of Providence that we were to be taught the value ofoor liberties by the prise we pay for them. The recollections of this great con- test with all its common traditions of glory, sacri- fices and of blood, will be a b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 March 1862

— i i —~f. ,vy. tt HOUSTON, MARCH 3, 1862, b BY 8PECIAL1 EXPRESS! IMPORTANT FROM NASHVILLE. f HE EEDISBALS NOT YET IN POSSESSION. FAYETTEVIL.L.E DESTROYED. CONFEDERATES AT BOSTON MOUNTAIN. Battle Imminent at Cumberland Gap. m U- Enemy's Beport of the Fight at Fort Donelson. Over 500ft Killed a ad Wounded* -- f' v. «r J ja- \V FEDERALS ENTERED NASHV1L&E. 'Fight Imminent at Boston Mountain. JHTC*9 JETC., ETC* a Itavi-i Oar special express, Capt. G. A. Turley, arrived at half past 4 this (Monday) afternoon by hand car from Orange, after a most "tedious trip, bringing four days 1 *ter news, much of it of great import* We give the dispatches in full in our first ^ffon. The Inaugural and Message of President i will be given in a second edition of the Ex. tra as soon as it can be placed in type* ^Memphis, Feb. 22.—The latest advices received here state that Nashville was not occupied by the Federals up 'to Friday night. It is thought that Buell, with a portion of his army, will reach t...

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

J ' +-J ■ 'fcv, HOUSTON TBLE6RAPK iflt. HOI'S TON, BUgCH 14, 1862. Glorious News from Arkansas! ■ •'* . ... ~ • ' i mmj ' THE GREAT VICTORY. ' ' " m 6000 of The Enemy Killed. 30,000 FBDKIMJbS TAKEN. JETC., KTO.« itvc. Several gentlemen, we understand. hive arrived in Kasiew Texrs, from the neighborhood of our army at the Boston Mountains, who state that a general action had taken place at the Passes of said mountains, between Prise and MeCuiloch's forces, about 3>.000, including Arkansas militia. Federal* of Ila deck's army about 50,c(ki. It is stated by thorn, that from six to seven thousand of the «memy were killed, and about two-thirds of theenumy were captured, when surrounded in the deliles of the mountains. Our loss is heavy. This report is believed in Eastern Texan, as it comes corroborated from several source*. It is also stated that our army were in full march towards St. Louis. It may be exaggerated; but we believe that a geueral notion has taken place, and that victory...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 March 1862

ft HOUSTON, MARCH 17, 1862. " ~r" " ■ ■ ... "i ■ ■ " bod or persons not to bid, for a mail contract. And if any person, so offending, be a mail contrac- tor, he muy be forthwith dismissed from the ser- vice of the department: provided, That whenever the Postmaster General shall exercise the power conferred on him by thia section, he (hall trans* mit a copy or statement of the evidence on which he acts to Congress at its next session. JVo pay to be made until contracts are executed ; nor for additional service, unless previously ordered. 8«c. 29, act of July 2, 1836. That bo person whose bid for the transportation of the mail may be aooepted, shall receive any pay until he shall have executed his contract according to law and the regulations of the department; nor shall any payment be made for any additional regular ser- vice in the transportation of the mail, unless the same shall have been rendered in obedience to a prior legal order of the Postmaster General. Requiring service to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 March 1862

) hiOHOUW/w « ' -I * #j ii« .T« * J n x«rrj v umv HI f f*if t • *i>'<■' ■ * tp*c nv>* A ■ siimm *>. ..n - Tiuv<1 * *r< r- v.- swyfit uy.*v.• w?***!>>}. V. i ,l<.; if; p*> ...i, . j'l • u j >s.r.U". . (DIM • •* |bu!9tlf*#n||N '> :<■ h ... •'' ■"• • •; i: (<-!• )-> 1 /umv- •■'. v-'.j ' .J *11 :t! % >. T>'. r ■ - 'Wiijm* , M 11 <■• i. f, ■ at' ;• *(9(jf,'9pt L i l'' 1 ' j. -; *,.o r.'i" .< «'-"! fee: • !■.(;- vi«I >• " • j.;. y,i ■ >I WI •I*i "ttf i''*'■ lit i)t> 3j-v.i .?«.■ > .1. , I ■ i. «>- ><> •<%t ' ••< ■«< ? H',9iw: ;«•>, j J. >i /. ■ .■ p i ..it ■ IT f ' W- ' f! ft If';, .<« < /'-• .t 'II I VM|,; r? ;''j/ Ti;- J I . , * , ; r ' ' V* i}«*. M 11 iWlt:. V "t« - i . ' ! fi• • •. wsMMt.* f. 1 -j;** 'i*1" ♦**'' ''V it f t 5W r S.U&T ^' J ■ '! , JU 4 il t. ... r i A.VI * • ■' M' ;;?vK J'J I 'll/ ••: (it*! ; ->'- ; j A >fv: fivers, L "• : (< ■' *1, i'w . • . 'D Tflli V, ,r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 March 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. .mJKmm ■« i • •' . - • ~ _ - ■ — ■ ■ , i-i i m '■"i VOL. XXVIII—NO. i •■<! I| HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3499 BY SPECIAL A 8. HU EXPRESS. TWO DAYS LATER , LATI8T FHOM ISLAM# WO. M iupwwflil TBOX FOBT FIXE. KViminh Between Confederate Gunboats and < Federal Batteries. LATMT FBOM MEMPHIS. ' Etc., Etc., Etc. ' j .... f, >•; {): ii V.?' By tjie N. O. train, at 4 o'clock last Tuosday evening, we have the following in- telligence from New Orleans: Norfolk, March 17.—There are seven Federal falling ihip* end four iteimera la the Koads be- low Fortress Monroe. They do not venture towards Newport Kowa. There la a ITrenoh war steamer abojre the fortress. ... * , .,, Matipma, Maroh J7,—An arrival from Island No. lO.thia evening, itate* that the enemy ara ■ Jowly ■helling the laland, without damage. We will hold It. and can „ , , . , • The Lady Polk atopped the Federal! from plant- ing a battery at PhlUpa'a Bend. drove them off, and took 2,500...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 March 1862

-ate Cri-Deehlq ftlegrapl). uouirruNi tbxas. E. H. CTJ8HIKQ, Editor tad Proprietor. i WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26 1862 Notice to Advertisers* The regular Advertising of the Telegraph Is sun- -pended until further notice. Advertisements will be published tn the Tulevrnph "mil .he iegul r «d- ver Using U resumed, at 24 cuuts iter line for each n- wurtton. . There will be preaching in the Baptist church next Saturday nipht and next Lord's day, by Elder Stribliog. Records of thk Federal Court Db stroyed.—We learn that the entire ar chives of th£ old Federal court, including •racords, documentf, etc., ^rere stored in the building that was burned on Monday morning, and they were all destroyed. These records were of immense - Import- ance, and their loss wiU be seriously felt by many parties whose interest to a va®t extent, were in litigation in that court. The Governor addressed the peo- ple at Perkins' Hall on Monday night in one of his most thrilling efforts. His speech was received with the ut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 March 1862

>J« HOUSTON TB1MAPB HOUSTON, MARCH 29, 1862. BY SPECIAL EXPRESS! Large Federal Fleet in Hampton Boade. Movements of the Enemy in TenneMMee THE JlRKJSXSJIS BATTLE, Etc** Etc*. Etc* By the arrival of the train on the N. O. and Texas road, at an early hour this (Sat- urday) morning, our special express has placed us in possession of two days later intelligence, of which we give the roost important: Richmond, March 21.—The Renaf* passed a resolu- tion au \the House of heore-entativea adopted It, directing the Secretary of Wurto payout of the c n- tingent luud money fur the a d and relief of the Con- federate i-oldler now In the b-nda ol the enemy. Miupbij, March 24.— the eu my t.re cautiously rnovli g towards Decatur, from Colt, m Ma, «ud across the Tennessee from Corinth. If. Is believed they aie untifng t*ictr two column . Matters ut I-lt nd No. 10 and on the river are quiet. KicHM- nd, March 24.—Tne House paoaed a resolu- tion declaring all officer#, whether holding State or Cpnf ...

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

w I '•V B0P8T0S, APRIL 1st, 1862. BT SPECIAL EXPBEsS, .'."•If,;" > ■ ':i fC S;1 V;,V/ K : v pSf! %■ J •, «r Ill . X • / '■%: '■ Gunboat Attack on Eastport. BATTLE AT WISCHB«TBB. & ETC., ETC,, ETC. 'K W, ..x V"'"'' "V * r. i Nothti Senator tioii. I quantiti *'' Texas ■W §m j/'C. 7^« il&WM ••v< ;Vr?.- ,.«rr .'V /.:'4 • i m f.-'v-,-' .-!♦ . I, '■ B: our special express, by the NeW Orlens k. Texas train at half past three o'clock this morning > we hare three days later dates from Hew Orleans, embracing the following intelligence; Norfolk, March 25.—Northern papers of thq 22d have been received here by the Norfolk Day Hook, it Is stated in the North that Senator Yan- cey has been certainly captured off Key West by the Water Witch ; buta lispatch from Nashville announces his arrival at New Orleans It is rumored that the rebelaat Island No 10 have been seriously damaged by the fire from the mortar boat*, and are preparing to evacuate Washington, March 31 —The tax bill atil...

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

\ THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ~V V "V VOL. XXVIII—NO. 8. HOUSTON; FRIDAY, APRlt 4, 1862 WHOLE NO. Bf SPECIAL & 8* W* EXPRESS. IB DAYa Important from Richmond. £1G.( KTC« ETC. By the arrival of the train at 9 o'clock tbig Thursday morning, we have New Orleans paper*- of the 2!>ih and 3dth. from which we take thefol lowing telegraphic intelligence. Bichmomp, March 27.—The Yankee paper* of tho i!5sh. say that daring the flgbt at Winchester the Ffcderkl General, Shield*, wai struck in the left arm by a piece of ahell, ihatterlng it, and it wan afterward# amputated. Prisoners ffro near Winchester sav Jackson had not more than 3,500 men in the fight. The II • L J IO l\nik .. . kii ii n/1 IO (UlA til vni Yankees had 18,000 engagedan^ I".«i0 in reserve, Jackson's force was altogether 6,000: one regi- ment in reserve and 1,800 which did not come up in time resulti The Secretary of Wns issued a genernl order for all furlough'd men to return to duty immediately. Richmond, March 28.—Congres...

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