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

Cri-Wffkl? Cclfgrujif. tKM'M'l'wn- Th*. a E. H. crSHIWO. Fdmn tad Proomfit. TkRMa—For the Weekly, |3n«r Jf«r. For th# Trl-Weekly, $S per *«ar. For advertising. to cents * Une for each Insertion. Subscriptions and advertising, h. alloaaoe, In advance,and dloon- linoed when tbe tine paid fhr expiree. Khinnlus- ters wlit in an cud be received. lite. |W We are authorised to make the following at nouncemcnt* for Uie City Election, January, lt* : for Reeorder,Q. W. CAPRON.* For City Assessor and Collector, M. J. MANRIE. For CUy Marshal, K. B. WITHERS, For City Marrhnl, KD. MOHHIK.• For City Marshal. 1. C. LORD.* HBAhi.T^XAN BE DKPKKPKOf Iu a provlous number oi thl* pap r, we presented a plan for the permanent defence of oar State, by thoorgnnlxutlon of corps of Partisan Rangers, to rmalnin the field while needed, and when the •eoMlou A* their services has passed, to be per- mitted to retnrn to thelr.homes, being at all times subject to the fall of the proper authorities. In preMntlhg thle...

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

■ U" THE TKiWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 112 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1862 WHOLE NO. BY THE CKNTKAb TRAIv. Houston, Deo. 1st- By the C.ntral train we have no later Intelli- gence, though considerable news of general lnte. - eat: We are Indebted to Msjor Hal. Ruunels,from Klohmo d, and Oupt. Z&ck. Sable, of Galveston for late Richmond and Vicksburg paper«,anda lute map of Virginia, and another of the battle grounds of the Chickahomlny. Richmond, Not. 17.—The Dispatch has a report that 'ackson had an engagement with the enemy at Snicker's Gap—one of the loweston Blue Ridge, in which he defeated thorn, and occupied that point. A bout couialnlng two Maryland regiments at- tempted to roach the Virginia shore. The party was drowned. - Northern accounts of the movements of the Abolition army in Tennessee,possess uuusu l lu terest. The late immense army of Buell la re- ported moving rapidly towards Middle Tennessee; and another column of Abolitionists 50.000 strong is moving...

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

Crl-I0ffklp (tflfjjrapi. u-ljpwisw.' THXAm. t II It CFIHIMQ. VdiMr and Froorwtor. Tsrim--Forth# Weekly, |Sp«t yeor. For the Tri-Weekly, $8 por year. For advertising. *5 ««nU a Its* for each Insertion. Subscriptions ud advertising, li« all oases, In advanoo.and dl*on- llneed when lb* time paid for expires. Shli tors will in oo out be received. I aplas- ia*" We are authorised to mak* the following announcement* for th« City Stoctioa, January For, Assessor and Collector, K. 8EKW8TBB.* ForRooorder.Q. W. CAPftON.* For Olty Aimwrand Collector, M. J. MASSIK For city Marshal, K. R. WITHERS, Por Oily Marafcoi, 10. MORRIS* For City Marshal. I. G. LORD.* - For City Tteeoider, Wm. PKBQP80N.* OKU STKKMNW PRICK. A good dral U said In praise of Gen. Sterllug Prlee, sod ooruln It If that bt merits aa much praise tor hla campaign In Mlaaoturlaa any man lu thesrmy. It baa heed wondered why bo was not advanced to a hlghor oommand, and aomo people hare gone so far ae to say that the oagevsrnable prejud...

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

'MEir TELEGRAPH. J.L.-B - 1'1 -. - 'ii-..' VOL. XXVIII- ..".'..um-1 .. i" ■NO. 113 BY Til's CENTRAL TRAIN- : c i<ses, which wM soon develop® themselves, rhe Examiner aays: By Houston, December 4th, 18C2. Tl e ears wtje delayed to-day on account of two aerloua accidents. The rear passenger cur when Ave mili'81 his side o Courtuey.jjot ofifthe track on account of the spread ing of the rails. It ttirned a compete summerset down an embankment of 15 feet, landing somo 50 feet from the truck, righ side up. The car was full of passengers, nearly all of whom were a good deal bruised, though none so seriously as Dr. Hoard of this city, who had his oelur bone broken. The following is a partial list of the passengers: Mrs. Dr. Massio und son, wash ulsed in the shoulder, but not seriously. Son not much hurt. Mrs. Brockway and two children and sorvant, all slightly injured. Dri Smith nnu lady, of Na asota much bruised. Mrs. Dr. Jamison, slightly Injured, Capt. Whitehead,, of Navasota, wife an...

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

£ri-$)frk"lo Crlrgrapi). 8. S.* CASHING. Fdi'or and Prourietor. TkRM*—-Vor ihm W*uKly, $3 t year For advertising. 25 BPar the Tri-Wo«kly, §8 per >w r. „ cent* • lta« for weh loeertlon. Subscriptions aud advertising, to tllcmeti in advance,aud dlmon- (lotted when ilto time paid for expire*. Nhinplus- ter* will in an «w* be received. I >u. fW" We are authorized to mike the lollowlng announcement* for the City Election, January, IMS: For Assessor and Collector, R. BRKWSTKR.* For R*eordertO. W. CAPRON.* For Ohy Assessor aad Collector, M. J. MAKBIB for City Marshal, 1. A. WITHERS, For City Marshal. ED. MORRIS.* For City Marshal, I. C. LORD.* For CUT Rocoider. Wtf. FERGUS* FHODri'TION OP HAVTPBTaF, The production of ealtpotre, ft* oar readers are •ware, ha received no little attention In iheae column*. A* ear / a* May, 1801, foreseeing that the want of (hit nnicle would be one of the chief difficulties we aboold havo to contend with In the war then threatened, we gave full direction...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 December 1862

A THE Till WEEKL Y TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—.NO. 114 HOUSTON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1862 I! 1 WflOLK NO. 3609. "m« hulu or hv hand. M Mother," said the little child, " I am tired, and it la ao dark here that I cannot aee ; take hvld •/ my Mund.—Old Story. sy mollis b moors. Father, Had us^or we felter, Ami ti'is 4* vale ofteara" a deep, And the songs that wall around ua will not lull our care-to aleep ! Lead us, for ow feet are weary, anl uo friendly hind la nigh, Till the atorma of life are orer; Till the tempeat passeth by Take hold ofourhnnda! Fat er, l«ad ua, for we wander, Wbon tby guiding care la loat, And love, aud hope an ' beauty foil us when we need their sweor most. Father, lean u«—nigh la apreadlng o'or onr aky her sombre pall; Bo thou near u* In our anarow - Ood protect and lead us all! Father, lead the young and gentle 1 Keep thorn pa e and undefiiea ; Let their Uvea and heart* be ever ** sinless aa a chill"— When the murkv wlnga of evil hide the glow of sun and Btar, Till...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 8 December 1862

iti-T0tfkl9 Crlrgrajil). him fc'i un. TK< %*« d. H. cf>*liij<lt>. gditt* ana trootmot. Turn-FortW# Weekly, |3p«r year For advertising, «5 , For tt e Tri> Weekly, •« per year eenu i tine for iwb Insertion. (ubHrlpUoni wi<l advertising, iu alienees, In «dnn«*<U(l dt*on tinned when lit* lime paid tor exptros. Khinj.ias tern will in «« ease be received. I.U. |WT Wo are authorized to make the iollowlng announcement* lor the City Election, Jauuar), IMS: For Assessor and Collector, R. BRKWSTER.* For Recorder, 0. W. C APRON.* For City Asseaaor and Collector, M. J. MAK81X tor City Marshal, X. R. WITHERS, For City Marshal, ID. MORRIB.* For City Msrthal. 1. C. LORD.* for City Beooider, W*. FERGUSON.* fl-jT The noon waa la oelipee laet Friday nlf hi. ICy For Inleieitiug mutter and adverllaeoients tea aupploment. U3P J. C« Carnes will be Mio Pastor of the Metho- diet Church In this place for the present year. I£7 We acknowledge the receipt of a package of linen fbr the hospi...

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

THii tu1-weekly telegraph. VOL. XX VIM — NT0. 115 BV THK iEKTR.IL TRAIN. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1862 lIorrroN Dec. Bth, 180V. The Central train to-day w,<* crowded with pas- senger*. We are indebted to Mr. II. Stewart for* Vicks- burg paper of the 88th, (one day later,) and other paper*. We got no new toll graphic item*. The following is, however, equally interesting : The policy of the enemy, in West Tennessee, towards the planters, wo s e has assumed a new phase. It has recently been announced that no more p>ovision crops will be permitted to bo grown, but that the whole industrial strength of the country must be devoted to the culture of cotton. This policy they declare their deierminat on to enforce, promising supplies from the gramme* ' the Northwest. From the Vicksburg Whig of 3t-il> ult. Everything from above indicates ihat .he enemy are busily engaged in Tennessee gett ng the win- ter campaign ready, and preparing the troops for it. Grunt with his sixty th...

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

€ rlrgrapb r" H. QVHWTIHI Fdirur and Proonetor Tktat—forth® Weekly, 93 per year. Tri-Weekly, |8 par year. For 1 ' Por the ; advertising. 85 cent* • Una for each Insertion. Subscription! and advertising, ib all tuni, in advanoe,a <l dl<eon- tiuued when the Una paid for expire*. Shinnies* tare will In no oaae be received. I >te. |WT We are authorised to make the following announcement* for the City Klectlou, January IMS: For As**ssor and Collector, R. BREWSTER.* Por Recorder,0. W. CAPRON.* For Ottjr Aaeeuor and Collector, M. J. M ASSIK Por City Marshal, H. R. WITHERS, For City Marshal, ID. MORRIS.* Por City Marshal. 1. C. LORD.* Por City Reeoider, W*. PERGUSON* AlOIiK OF TitK Ul'UU KMf V. W« had something to say the oilier day on th« subjectofthe currency. As It Is highly proba- ble that the theatre of at least a portion of the war in to be transferred to oar own State, necessitating the fathering of a considerable army, and the eon sequent largely increased outlay of governm...

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

THE TKI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 110 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3611. BY TfIB CKNTIUL TRAIN. Houston, Nov. 10. Several regiments o f Holmes army have cross- ed the river ut Vlcksburgs to reinforce the army In Mississippi. A big battle Is dally expected. Great suspense exists there. We are Indebted to J. F. Miller, of Gonzales, and W. R.Barney, of Sandy Point, for late pa- pers, in which we Had the;following: Saltilio, Nor.27.—On Sunday, 23d Inst ,a reg luieutof new Abolition recruits at Corinth refus- ed to obey marching orders for Grand Junotion. A force of two reglmeutt was brought out to co- erce them, when a severe d^ht ensued, lasting ut least three hours, in which a groat number were killed and wounded on t>oth sides. It is said ilint troops from Rciuzl, were ordered up to uid in quelling the insurgents and redu- cing thorn to obedience, but the fight ceased be- fore their arrival. From the Richmond Dispatch, Nov. 20. A letter received iu this cit...

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

Cri-UtfMu Crlcgrap!). mrDwiHM, TKXAW. K. H. CHBHINO. Fduur and ProonttOT. Taniw—For the Weekly, |3 per year. For Fo J— ' lb® Tri-Weekly, #8 per year. For advertising* cants a line for each Insertion. Subscription* and advertising, la nHeeeea, la advance*and d *on- tlaued «h«u tue time paid for expire#. Hhluplas- ters «1U In noo «j bs received. I'M. ar We ere authorized to make the following announcement* for the City Election, January, 1083: For AMNIOTmd Collector, R. BREWSTER. For Recorder,G.W. CAPR01I.* For City AiwiMriBd Collector, M. J. MASSIE For City Marshal, K. R. WITHERS, For City Mawhal. ED. MORRIH.• For city Marshal. I. C. LORD.* For City Reeoider. Wn. FERGUSON.* UKT OUT OK THK DRAFT- We are given to understand that Gen. Magruder baa seconded the call made upog the Executive of the Siato by hla predecessor, Gen. Hebert, for SUM! troopa for three months service, and that ordera hare been, or are on the point of being limed to aeeure tbeee troApa by draft. Tt e Governor's ca...

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

\ THE TKl-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. HSHHHSBHH—19 VOL. XXVIII—NO. 117 HOUSTON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1862 WHOLE NO. 8612. ■ X-- 1 i——- BT THE CENTRAL TRAIN. Houston, December I'th. Passengers on the train to-day, state that our army has fallen back from Holly Springs to Jack- aon, where It expects to be soon reinforced by Brsgg. No other reliable rumors. Slnoe the above w** 1° type we .have learned, from Col. flirty, of Hempstead, thutJMr. Butter, a reliable gentleman, just through from Mississippi reports that our arm; being threatened by a flank movement, has fallen back from the Tallahschle to the Yalabusha, being now at Grenada on the south branch of that river. He also reports that Bragg, In attempting to ef feet a Junction with Van Dorn, was Intercepted by the left wing of tho enemy, and obliged to strike lower down. The people had removed most of their negroes fiom before tho advancing army, and all were be ng got away as rapidly as possible. It now looks as though the next great battl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 December 1862

Cri-tUfrtilu CfUjjrapl). UOIMTtSM. TK*A". K H. CTTKFIWe. Fditor and PrnonMor Tbrms—Fortho Weeniy, taper year. Tri-Weekly, fri per «*r. Por i For tbe .. advertising. t5 cents a Una iter esicb Insertion. Subscriptions and advertising, «• ell eases, lu advanee.enddl*on tinned whtn Vha time paid for expires. Shlnplas iera *111 is no oes* tea iv*elv*d. BT We are authorised to make the (allowing announcement* for th« City Kteettcn, January, 180S: For Aaaaaaor and Collector, E. BREWSTER.* For Recorder, O. W. CAPRON.• For Citjr Aaaaaaor and Collector, M. i. MAKSIB For City Martha I, K. R. WITHERS, For City Marahal, ED. MORR1H.* For City Marahal. I. C. WED.* For City Reeoider. W«. FRRGUSON.* TDK UIKFKDKRATB BOND* The currency or the G •v«-mm< at most as eus- tainxi*. This ta confessed by everyone. The Congress will notsustaln It by making It a legal tender. Lot us now see how else it way be sus- tainad. It la generally accepted that the great cause of the '.depreciation of the currency la...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXYin—NO. 118 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1862 WHOLE NO. 8618. BY Tt'.E CBKTRAk TBAI*. ' Houston, Deo. 15,1802. ' "W« are obliged to Mr. S. B. Watkins tor tavorr. The follow! g dispatches have been forwarded to ua from the telegiaph office at Monroe. They are wo'stly one duy later than previously received. Charleston, D<*c. 4.—Tke Now\ork Herald of S9ih guys. Burnside did not advance because the pontoon bridges did no\ arrive in lime. Buriiside intended arresting the parties respon- sible for the deluy. The rebels were busy fortify- ing the gouth bank of the K ppahannock in plain view. The Railroad between Acquia Creek and the Kappahu"nock is completed, the trails were running on the 29th. Foreign news uniuiporUnt. London "Po^t says th generul disposition of the English people is to avoid interveuiion, because only one bciligerant iuvites it, whon the peace purtv at the North is sufficiently s'rong to ask me- diation England will accede. The tre...

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

iri-iUerlut) Crlrgrapti. TBXAf. R m onsHIIKI. Fo*«/ and Pmnmwr. Tan*#—fi ithe W*ekly, $3 er year For advertising, 85 For the Tri-Weekly, $8 per « ar. " I*or advert) _ cent* a line for each liinertlon. HuhscripUou* and advertising, In ilinMi, in «dvanc«,aiid dl*ou tinned when Hit- time paid for expires. Hhmplua tor* will in n« «**•*• b* reretvod. IRa. RfL, Imy' „ f We are authorized to make tha following announcements for the City Election, January, IMS: For Assessor and Collector, R. BREWSTER.* For Recorder, G. W. C APRON .• For Cltjr Aasessorsnd Collector, M". J. MA8S1E For City Marshal, E. R. WITHERS, For City Marshal, KD. MORRIH.* For City Manhal, I. C. LORD.* For City Recoider. W«. FERGUSON.* \VANTM -Vt AftYKIt-WANTKO J Wr nted—vnme honest enterprising men wh > will furnish wood In this cltjr at 95 per cord, tpalf the protect priccs. There l plenty of money to tn< made In the business. Wood wed to be furnl^heri here at 13 50 per cord. It costs no more to cut It and haul it...

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

y TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 119 j!.!.!.. -- The Currency Asuin. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1862 WHOLE NO. 3614. RV THE CKNTttAI. TBAPi. Houston, October 17. Wo leer* from Mr. Henry Moore, who isdltect from Vteksburg, tbat wo havo had a light at Or«- imda whippod the enemy; but the rumor needs confirmation. Uoubton, Due. lPth. Jame* Penry, Esq., of Grimes county, is direct front Arkansas. From him we gather the follow* ing particulars: On the he witnessed alight near Boston Mountain. He was only two miles from the seat of action. Our forces numbered 20,000, and were commanded by Oenerals Marma- duke aud Cooper. The enemy were only 15,000 strong. Our masked battery was planted in the valley, aud our right and left flanks were thrown out on either side of the mountain. The enemy wore decoyed by Gen. Cooper to the vicinity of our buttery, and to the ground where ourprlnclpal forcos were in uinbush. When in the right posit ion, we opened acrots Are on the enemy, who made no...

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

I # Eelfgrapli. HOUSTON, TUXAf. t H. CT78FIWO. F.itTor and Proonetor Tuii-Forth# Weekly, B3j>er year. For the T*.Weekly, (8 per year. For advertislnsr. 86 •VMSte lift* for each Insertion. gub criplloo «n<t a'veriiatftg, in alloaeo*, taadvanoe.aad dl«eon. tinned when the time paid for expire*. Shinpla*- teri will la no oase be received. S"H«i " lite. 1863 : ■re ftuthortsed to make the following nts for the City Election, January, For Asst**or and Collector, R. BREWSTER.* For Be# *der,O.W.C APRON.* Per Ottg As*ee*or nd Colloctor, M. J. MASSIE For Ctif Marshal, K. R. WITHERS, For City Marihal, ID. MORRIS.* For City Marshal. I. C. LORD.* For OttT ReeoiUer. Wm. FERGUSON* oily == concert and tableau exhibition* thl ever^ng, at Perk In*' H*ll, bida fair to bo a mag- nlflcent afftrir. On early If you would aecore a iw>. ly ^ ||g|| ]jy Oft the 19th of January, the greatest Con- tort ever given In Houston will cone off for the benefit of Terry's Rangers. We give thia early notice tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 December 1862

THE TRI WEEKLY TRT,R(4R A PH. VOL, XXVIII—NO. 120 ROUSTON, MONDAY. DECEMBER k , j. ■ •: >..>■; ii• I■* ■■■ •• " '/.■ >-J ! i ■ " " , - -i- i'-iL ii.i m i' 111 ■ i ii H 00 ISC2 WHOLE NO. 8615. BY THIS CENTRAL TRAL\. I.I'iil" " " Hotpvoif, Deo. 19th. aes. ^'oVry auda portion cf bit staff arrivedou thetralWi'Wjdajr from Arkansas. We learn from ,hln that Bf. Pryor, formerly editor of the Dallas Harold, left Arkansas oto the S-tth. November ; thu a battle was fouglit near Cane Uill on tbe S8«l and £3d ; cur forces were commanded by Colonel* ' Unrmudake and Carroll. Tho Federals were commanded by Gen fVornon and Col. Blupt, ol the J y Hawkers. Marmaduke on the drstday nindea demonstration Intending to draw Ibeene- , my down twenty mile?; but the enemy proving too fast lor hira,*U*oked him !n large numbers and draye him about nine miles, capturing a largo portion Qfhla artillery. • During the night ho was reinforced by Carroll, and the n^xj morning the conflict was renewed The lig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 December 1862

• —- (iO.\U OF THE TI IAM 1UKQKRF. t ■f MMMWD TO MMt OJOiMAX. JO8M *. • rBWl fR„Nt>, •••••. / S>t#9J,vl'tTT ' WRARTOV « IY Atk-Tht Rett •/ 7*sa*. iiiW It J iiJ * Il *r 01 Tbe mOralngsUr to paling. The amid urea flicker low* Our *t< ed« are madly neighing, , iT M , Pur the gill Vid* at go. ,jj\ I o* -0Q yj# fooiln «Urru| , v !*-•« gDMkt ^ brldJ« Aree, . vn < , fot to-4«y the TanRangers a. .11 -u,e Teunoksee. With Wlmton for oar leader, A mil. 4J,J vWt'U cba*e the danard foe, fTitl oar horses bathe their Mleck* ttdJ i® « U *t>la ^ «*««P * '«• Ohio. vo.'ou t/a-M ,j. .j.iw ; Our men are from tho prsirles - «. : That roll broad, au«i proud and free, , from the high and craggy mountains . Xo Um murracrlng Mexlc' sea, n .■.. Aad their haaiU are open aa their plaina, Their thoughts aa proudly hrsve, , , . A the bold cliff* of th* Hun Bernard, VJ.jOr the Gull's resistless wave. . }*!& if' Then qulolt I Into the saddle, «• • •« And abaks the bridle free, nt) To-day with gal...

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

THE TRI-VVEEKLY TELEGRAPH. .**• * VOL. XXVIli—Nu. 121 ttOUcii'Ott, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 18«2 WHOLK HO. 3«16. ITEMS OP INTBttBST. The Vlck >mrg Whig think* Snyder's Bluffs, on the Yazoo, ;utHcleuily strong to repel any attack. The City Council of Vlncennes, Ind .have ex- pelled ail runaway negroes from that town, and threaten to prosecute any one employing them.— The negroes are freezing and dying lu neglect. The Memphis Appeal has beeu removed to Jackson, Miss. His about the besi paper in the Confederacy It was the militia that saved Grenada to us. They were attacked by largely superior force at the bridge, but stood firm and finally repulsed the foe. The Washington correspondents state that a proposition for removing the Federal sent of Gov- ernment will be brought before the U. 8. Con- gress. This looks more like giving it up than anything we have seen, if only there is anything in it. A lot of Texas cattle, numbering some 500 head, were lately seized by the Confederate troo...

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