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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 November 1862

«!Jtrsq Cri-WrrhiD Crlrgra^. j hoi)wt<ih.T kxaw. *• K H. CTISHUIU. Xditur and Proorwtor. Tutu—Tor the Weekly, $3j>or year Tri-Weekly, $8 par year. For For the advertising. £5 aaoU a Una iter each toaartlon. Subscriptions and ' ,and dl*con- Shlnplus- 1HS. advertising, la all oases. In advanoo thiaad when tba time, paid for expire* tars will In no ease be received. BE RBAOY FOR TIIK VOB. Ara the paopla af Texas aroused to tha dangers threatening Mkero 1 Do they know that the Wash- ington Dynasty kaa certainly determined to make an eflbrt lo hold, occupy and p ssees these fertile lands, this boautlftil country I At this moment we art threatened with invasion from the Northwest, via XI Paso, from the north, from the lower Rio Grande^ from Matagorda bay from Galveston bay and from the Sabine Attempts from some or all of these points w*l, we are satis fted.bemade between this and Christmas. Shall they be suocessfol t The answer to the question depends npon the people. ■*, It will no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1862

TKJL- WEEKLY * TELEGRAPH. OL. XXVIII- 100 "W HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. IS62 WHOLE NO. 3595 THE t'EXTR.lt, TRAIN. ^ • Houston, Nov. 3. Gen^Agruder And staff are on the way to * • Texus.^rpusseugtfr who arrived by the Central • road travetled in company w.ih hiiu several doy^B lir gst is at Cumberland Oap, reinforcing. t One reason wliy Bragg Tell back was because he took **,000 wagons, loaded principally with ker- seys, leather, bacon, &o., besides a large number of beeves. Telegraphed to Mobile Telegraph The enemy attempted to land at Charleston, 8. ('., off Stono Inlet, and were repulsed by Colonel after a sharp conflit, In whioh we lost forty- one men, and the enemy, in killed, wounded and * prisoner*, over 500. The enemy landed under cover of a small gunboat. * From the Mobile Advertiser and Register of ffe 24th Oct.! ~ Important kuom Bkaou'h Amy.-The report of liie withdrawal of Gen. Bragg, with his army, froiu Kentucky is continued. The movement was made with great ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1862

£rM®ffkii> Cflffltupii IfOIWTO-* rn%An. _Jk K. EL CtTSBING, Edjtur and Promoter. For the 93l>er war r. For advertising. Thb-forth* W e*ly, Tri-Weekly, 98 per year. cents a lino lor ouh Insertion. Subscriptions ami advertising, in all eases, lnmdvanoo,and dl«on tinned wh«n the tin* paid tor expiree. Hhlnplas tore will ta no ease be received. |1U. In eHereiMw t> L* f«l Trade. More than once wo have bad occasion to declare that we did not believe it to be good policy, or Inr deed, the policy Adopted By oar Government, to brow any rertrletlona whatever about the trade between our-citizens and nontrala. While the an thorltlM of our State, both civil and military, hare adopted and afted npon other vlewa, ve did not doom il our pl^ce to Mtup ournotloiia against then. The fact, however, that the reetriotlona have recently been removed by, aa It ia believed, the ■ direction of the Government at Richmond, la an evidence that we are not singular in our ideaa of policy, and *0her right...

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

/ - .■> V /t ft * XXVIII—MO. 101 TK1-WI£EKLy TELEGRAPH. HOUSTON- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, IS62 BV THE CKfTBAt. TRAIN. "t in Virginia is lying quiet alialojig the Our lints. .\linu« and Belgian muskets. The troops w ell clothed, well fed, and In excellent spirits. '/be general impreSbion now is, that there will lie uq more -lighting there this winter, unlets the Federate undertake to take Richmond with tlulr gunboats. Passengers'by the Central, Railroad state that they saw at YicksburgiO,C|JO and at Tulula 13,OWl guns on their way to Arkansas. The Inhabitants of Vleksburg were daily expect- ing a gunboat fleet from above, and wefe prepar- ing for it. Bragg's success -at Perryville was considered,' all along from llichmoud to Vicksburg, the most comeplete of the "war. The train he took wus thirty miles in length. The wagons were filled with Quartermaster and Commit sary stores of the most valuable character. Among the article* taken wort? ifO.OOQ yards of jean's or kergys, large quantit...

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

- >*' CfclMttf ifclfgrflpfi. i m CU ;ai9o. Vditwr ul Ftooneior T*** —for tho <W#oklj>, ||9j er J r. For tbr 'rl-Weekly. •# per year. ror advertising. - i a lino /or each Insertion. Subscriptions - -' fining, \u tU «• ••, ia^dvanoe.aud al* cents a Una /or «*h Insertion. SabseHpiions swl adverlslng, K attobea, *** *• •••*,0° Unued wheu ibo time p id for expires.. hblnplas- ters will Ih n<> («•« be received. I>t . VUltEWARKKP !w.|roHBIEMfll f Wo have more than oiiee warned oinr people « f Ibo dangers that, approach them. Lot us call at- tention to the •live Interact. Thi enemy bu Uaght o ,—not alone by his rulds In Loul lana,Sotiih Carolina, Florida, Vlr glnla and Arkansas, bat by tho proclamation of hie President—that be f determined to sU al the •lares and set lbrtro free. Do our people thliu •they are saf* be«#u e tl «y cannot lmuglne wi at the enemy wfllfeo With the negroes T Let us warn them that they are deludli g themselves. Is not the fast Ihs* the Federal* h ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 November 1862

.< 1K1- VOL. XXV-III—NO. 102 BO USTOK. MONDA'r, NOVEMBER 10, ll¥ THE CKSTItC. THAI1.. t. HoUalOn, Jlov. 7th By the Central (rain to-day we pet no lator tele- graphic news. We are, however, indobtud to My. * M. McLane, of Co. B.s2d Texas, who.was wound- ed at Corinth, for flies or Uie Grenada Appeal and Vicknburg(Whig from Oct. StMo Qct.25. Thoy contain a good deal of Interest,. of which we sbal uvail ourselves in our ne\tlsaue. From our attentive correspondent Iu Price's ar ray we have the following letter, embracing what we have for some time fceeq anxiously looking for, a list of the casualties in the 2d Texas* at the battle of Corinth. * '• Ho. Qrb. Moork's Brioadic, Army ok Wkst Tknnksmke,near Holly Sprinos, Oct. 20, 1862. , Dear Cushitig :—I herewith send you the casu- alties ef the 2d Texas Infantry, as near as I have bgen hbl'e to get it. Jt is not complete by a good deal, as many reported missing have -been parol- ed ; some are in oamp, and others so reported lave doubtle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 November 1862

<r Cri-tSJffhli) Celtflrapfi. tlVll^TONi TK**H. tssfc-it zix ii. 4., CU3K1NG. Fdlrur ami Pioorietoi. Tia«s—Forthe Wsexly.flpar rear. For U>* Trl-Weekly. *< P*r year. For aAvertltte.:.,U eentt aline for each Insertion. Subscriptions and adverlslng, III all eases, to advance, anddl •con- tinued wh«n tho Oau> paid for expirvs. Shlnplaa- |«rl will III WMM 99 received. I'W. It 7 We are authorised to make the following announcements for tbe City Election, Januarj - 1863: tfor KtMrJ«r,^. W. OAPROM • FIIX UP TflK HOME RKUI.MBNT8 The order tor the enrollment of conscripts op to the age of 40 bti been lasued. We publish It In to-day's paper. It wttf add, It It believed, more than o hundred thousand of tho beet men in tlie country to the army, and render It ao much the more Invincible. W« preeome persons liable to service under the order will or course have the privilege of volun- teering until they are enrolled, in auoh service a they mayafefor, and accordingly we expect to see th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 November 1862

f'l THE TKl-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. -it.j ■HSH VOL. XXVIII—NO. 103 1—UUL, HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1862 jji 1' .isi...'I.'!.. j. - '.muiijLj.,. WHOLE NO. 3598 doubt tbe? expressed as to the mult of the btttl* of V «lr> • «*, -nil the fhct that the Federal claim of u vivt-ur may hav* etuwd the doubt, says'— ' Ti not t!i * another evldei oe of tbu wis-lorn of > 'or polle, in regard to the Norlhoru press ? Gen. t 'vhs right til saying that 'tiUilouio i was a e uiaeh BY rue: CENT!W, T1UIN. Houston, November 10. We learn by passengers by the Central train, that Gen. Magruder may probably be looked for to- morrow, he i living been heard from at Shreves- port. We are indebted to Robert Campbell, jr., of ihe Bayou City Guard*, (5th Texas) and Mr. R. G. /she, of the Rangers, for flies of late papers. We learn from Mr. Campbell that all llie wound- ed of the Bayou City Guards weredoiug well when lie left. M«j. James H. Fry, of Austin, arrived on the Central train to-day, direct from R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 November 1862

Bffife&jft mm Cri-Ulffklp Cflrgrap1). K H. CBSHINQ. I<m«r and Proonmor T**i s—Forth® Weealy, R3 per year.F:>r the Tri-W«ekly, •* P«r *o*r. *0' advertlelag* *3 ««uto ft U « tor (Mb inserlltwi. flubscrlpttou* «ud advising, lu all esses, « **£?• ilnved when U o time paid for expires. ■■ZiwIJi"* TT "7* We are authorised to make the following announcements ;or tbe City Elcolion, J«iua -- IMS: For Recorder, 0. W. CAPRON * A WUKO OF JCfTICIt. It is tbe fashion nowadays to heap sllsortsof s'mse on the General commanding this Depart- ment. While we do not intend to vindicate his administration, and while we era free U> confess wo have teen dbh things in it w« could not ap- (•rave, hat have refrained from open condomna- tlon through a doubt of oar own ludgmeut In mil Itary matters, as well M through motives of public ' policy, and walla wa also declare thai we are not ta hta eonMaaee or friendship, It is yet our duty I« strict Justice to make public certain facto wlthlu oar knowl...

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

/ Q ytr> c- THE TK1-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. - j... VOL. XXVIII—NO. 105 — ■ iii 1 gAggg HOUSTON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3600 BY TH.iI CENTRAL TRAIN* Houston, Nov. 14. Passengers direct from Little Rock state mat Gen. Magruder wm at Little Kock on the 4th inat. Gen. Holraea had taken the field and Gen. Ma- grader was to renuin in command at the Post; consequently he is not coming to Texas an hereto- fore reported. He came as far us Monroe, and then turoedoff to Arkansas. We hope and be- lieve this la a mistake. Large quantities of arms and munitions were met by the returned soldiers, on their way to Arkansas. It is the general opinion in Arkansas that our entire army in that State will fall back this aide or the river—this side of Little Rock. Bragg'a army was at Enoxville on the 89th.— The same date Terry's Regiment passed through Knoxville on its wuy to Kingston to recruit. It was remarked at Knoxville that Longstreet was soon to auperced# Bragg. We get a rumor bj the Cen'...

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

(Lri-Dcrhty Cflfgrapl). TKXA«. K. R CUBHUTO. Editor and Pronator. Tun Mi—For the Weeicly, $3j>er year. For the Trl-Weekly* $« P«r ™r advertising. ®J cents a line Iter each Insertion. Subscriptions end advertising, lb ell oases, In advanoe, llnaed when the Um paid tor ex|>lre«. Khlnplas- ters will In no mi* he received. ''**• , ]T7 We ere authorized to make Ihe following announcement* for the City Election, January , im , For Recorder, 0. W. OAPEOW * For City Assessor and Collector, M. J. MAP8IK. Haw Shall Tex** Beet be Defended I Of conn* it I* the aetiled determination of onr authorities and of the people to defend the State to the last extremity, and the question I*, "h«w thla can beat he done," la of great Importance. To a certain degree, the Confederate force In the State la inadequate to II* defence agalnat the numhera that may be sent, If an invasion la attempted, fer any aerloua and determined realatenoe we muat re- ly ultimately upon the mllltla. Under our pres- ent or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 November 1862

THE TK1-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 106 ir' 5S9B HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3601 B¥ THE CENTRAL TBAM. FALL ELECTI0H8 AT THE NOBTH. We learn (rom Mr. S. C. Wilson, direct from Kicbmond via Mobile, to whom we are tndeted for late papers, that Seymour it elected Governor of the State of New York. Nineteen D mocrats were elected to Congress and thirteen Abolitionists. Our army has fallen back from Winchester to Culpepper Court House, between the Rapidan and Rappahannock river and it is believed that our line of operations during the winter will be on the Rappahannock river. No more fighting is anticipated at present. The New York Herald, of the 8th, says the city has gone for the Democrats 31,000, and the eleo tlons passed off quietly.' Among those elected from New York city are the Wo Woods, Fernando and Ben; also James 14 Brooks, of the Express. To Wisconsin, Brown (Dem.) leads Potter the Abolitionist. At the latest accounts Masaachusetts and Michi- gan were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 November 1862

(Eri-Uffhlp Crlrgrapt), llttliOTtlN. TKXAN. *. H. CU1HTWG. Iditur ud Prosnator. -forth* Weekly. $3 per jw. Trl-w#«kly, $8 per year. For i TUI For the idferUiinfi 89 eente a llae far Mth Ineertion. Subscriptions and advertising, lb *11 cases, In advance,and discon- tinued when the Use paid for expiree. HhlnpUa- ten will la bo case be received. I to. Tr'asre are MthorlMd to make the following auneMoemeota (or the City Klectloa, January, IMS: for Recorder, 0. W. OAPBOH * Vor City Asaeeeor aad Collector, M. J. MA&SIE. For Oily Marshal, K. R WITHIES. PttUNKBNNKWH IW TUB ARMY. We bear tt «atd that If a private eeldier U over* takes with drunkeoneee. he le liable to severe punishment, while an o«c*r may be druak aa much as ha please, and not a weed even Is said to him. We de net know whether this is the practioe or net, bat If It Is. we dot not halt*to to say that It Is an outrage which should not for a moment be tolerated. The laws are Just as severe afaiust drunkenness of officers as...

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

£ w—"If THE1 TUl-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. I ' ""if'1'"""'"' • ' ' M ^ '' VOL. XXVIII—NO. 108 HOUSTON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3C03 BY THE CtiNTRAP. THIS. Housou, Nov. 21. We are under many obligations to F. P. lawyer, Esq., who is direct from Richmond, for severul lata paper*. Mr. S. also brought a largo number of letters from soldiers and others to their friends in this State. These have been mulled at this point. Passengers direct from A: Kansas, state that the Federal army in thut State has fullen back. The reason assigned for this is, because seven Federal regiments, on aocount cf Lincoln'* proclamation, came over and joined our r.uks ! Oar forceshave fallen back from Holly Springs twenty miles, to Ilatchle river, whera we have fortifications, und they will there make a stand and de.'end the crossing aguiust the Federals. Chattanooga, Nov. 10.—It is now reported that Nashville has been reinforced by 18,000 Federal tr. ops, under McCook or Thomas. Everything remains quiet wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 November 1862

Cri-Ufthli) Cflcgraplr. mhuntiin. tkkan. K H, GOCHDrO. Iditur and Proonetor. T*t* —For the Weekly, <3 Mr year. For the Tri-Weekly, $8 per jear. For advertising. i(S coots a Hoe for each lnaertion. Subscriptions and advertising, In all outt, la edvanoo.anddl*ou tlaeed when the tin* paid For expires. hhlnplas- tera will In ao oaaa be received. Me. CT7* We aro authorised to make the following announcements or the City Blootion, January 1803: for RecorJer,0. W. CAPROM.* For City Aaeeaaor and Collector, M. J. MAS81E- For City Marshal, K. R WITHBR9. H For City Warehal, KD. M0HR1S.* THLK AHPECT. , We may be over sanguine, bat we cannot help retarding the intelligence published by a* to-day, m the moat favorable to the early aueceaa of oar eaase of any we hare ever r«c ivcd. The removal of General MeClellan from the army, not to the position of Comraander-ln chief a* all expected, bm to that of private eltinen, ahowa that madneta mora than ever rales the coun- cils of Abraham Lincoln—or ...

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

-O / ? THE TKl-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ■U3 VOL. XXVIII—NO. 100 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1862 ■ m j j - ■ i a. .1 s—.ii Jul x1 am WHOLE NO. 3G04 / BS THE C«BTTttAW4 TRAW. Houston, Nov. 24. Pi ssengers through from Virginia state that on the 5th they hoard heavy pannouading at Buuker Hill while at Warreiiton. Lougstreet's division was there. . , . Oh Uit' 5th a demonstration was mado on Nash- ville by Gen. Forf«st on the south side, and Qon. Morgan on the north. Morgan's movement wan quite successful, destroying many cars locomotives and bridges, We killed amd wounded 75 or ICO Yankees. Ou-- loss wa« very Blight. Three Yankee brigades have reinforced Negley in Nashville. The place is very strongly fortified. Morgan burnt the Railroad bridges and water tank* § „ , The accounts of the Yankee raid into Freder icksburg are very confused, They have certainly evacuated the town. The Bispatch says, the enemv attacked the camp of Col. cu«hter's command and captured 35 or 30 m^u. A small bod...

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

-5- Cri-HJerhlp Crlfgropl). tlOVHTtlN* TK*AB. E. B. CTI SEIKO. Editor and Proonttor. T *m —Porthe Wecicly, $3per year. For the Tri.Weakly, • per year. For advertising, 85 cenU • lino for each insertion. Subscriptions and advertising, lb ail caaea, In advsnoo.and dl«on- tinned when the time paid for expiree. Kblnplaa- ten will in no«u« be received. l U. , We are authorised to make the following announcement* for tb« City Klection, January, IMS: For Recorder,G. W. CAPRON.* For City Aaaeaaor and Collector, M. j. mass IK. For City Marahal, 1. R. WITHERS, For City Marahal, KD. MORRI8.* For City Marshal. 1. C. LORD.* V1NANCJAL Tbeik la a great deal of talk a' oat people, both In town and in country, who 1*' ia asserted, are de- preciating the currency by refuting to receive it in payment for debt*. Public meeting# have been held and patriotic reaolutiona passed. In private circles,harah meaaurea are In aomo instan- ce* threatened. We beard a gentleman declare the othar day, that w« bad be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 November 1862

THE TKJL-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. HP VOL. XXVIII—NO. 110 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 18G2 WHOLE NO. 3605 BY THE CttNTKAPj TBAIM. Houston, Nov. 86,1F63. We learn from Mr. C. A. Darling, bearer of dis- patches from Colonel GrllBu'a command that the defeat of (1 n. lllndinan in Arkansas U couflrmed by Colo. G ifflu and Stone, who loft Little Kock ou the Otli lnat. Forts Smith and VanBuren are in the hand* ef the Federals. There la much suf- fering 1. our trmy on account of elothing not huv- ing arrived. Over 150 wagons were met, however, between Ked River and Little Rock, filled with clothing fur our t oops. Ere this, no doubt, they are supplied. Tlie dlssatisfuction in our army, caused by dls- mountinu our men in Arkansas, is tow over. Whatcavulry we have there is uuderUJecommat.d of Gen. Pai'sons. Our troops are encamped at Austin, 18 miles from Little Rock, and ui the latest dates great prepaiati'lfis were making t assist lllndman, 15o prisoners arrived at Little Rock ou the 5th, sent In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 November 1862

iCri-Drrhty Crlrgrapi). ft. H. cfllHUVO. Fditur tad Pronnetor For U>« Taaif*—for the WeeKly, (3 par year Tri-Weekly, 9* per year. Por adv*rtl*lng. 85 cent* a lino Iter ouch Insertion. Subscription* and advertising, lb all cues, In advene*,snd dl«eon tinned when tho Una paid for expire*. Hhlnplas ter* will In n* oaso > e recelvd. I.U. !S? We are authorise ) to n>ak« th<* f«Ho#ln no cement* for the C ty Klocllon, January , For Recorder,O.W. CAPRON.* For City Ae*e**or*n< Collector, M. J. MAKHIB Vor City Marahal, S. R. WITHERS, For Otty Marahal. ID. MORRIH.* For City Wawhal. 1. C. LORD.* TMK tJOVR«N«Mr ^ I Al.1. The Governor baa celled out MOO men from the varioas brigades nearest lh« coast. According to law. he ha* called for volunteer*. We hear of no volunteer* coming forward. In fact, there la noth- ing like a reasonable effort made to sectiro tbein This thing of eaUlnff out the State troop* I* a word and then a blow. First come* the Invitation to voluneer; thl next th...

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

THE TK1-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. Ill 9B HOUSTON. JVIONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1862 VVHOLtyNO. 3606. BV THE CENTUAIi TBAtt. Houston, November 88,1FG2. From our friend. Frank Mcdml.of Columbia, H izorlu county, who left 1.It lie Rook on the 19lli It -t, that, up to the Urn* of hflg departure, there « our troops and rt reported. Conse* driven buck, it 9Uth iuet. teeived a dispatch rkansus post, thut idng on hint from tgazineat tbe post puch, destroying a Gen. Holmes had [loch's command to if, and alao sent a reports of several ied our ranki ia not [gunboats and trims , ia contrudic.ed. ig our troops ther..-— )id fever. A large weeks Medicines ■scarce. Forts Smith hunds of the enemy , of Co. B, Brazoria ers on the 3d inst., 'Kingston, on Ciynch for Lebanon,Tenn., e Hangers were all for some time, though «f clothing. Although snow there, two- re «Hithout shoes or corn- had been no engagement the Federals, aa hereto: quently, if Hind man had must have i een subsequent On the 18th Geo. H...

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