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

V Cti-^efhlp CfUgrap!). BOUHTUM TBXA*. * H. nnKHTifO. Fdtror and Froonator. :4 J0T We are authorized to make. the following announcements for the City Election, January, 1803 > ny Mr. CUMMI! GS--/>sar Sir—If vou will ooawnt to run forCiTr Ma«ih*l.tou will be sup ported by MANY FRUND8. An early reply la requested. dec941i* Por Mayor, Wm. ANDKRS. Por Aaaeaaor and Collector, R. BBKWgTER.* For Raoordar, 0. W. C APRON.* Por Olty Aaaeaaor and Collector, M. J. MAHNIE for Olty Marabal, K. R. WITHERS, Por City Manhal, XD. MORRIS.* For City Marshal, I. C. LORD.* Far Reooider. Wm. FERGUSON .* h PrarMa for tho Fain re It would aaaoi thai the late of that portion of Leulalana that hat been overrun by the Fadaral troope and haa felt the power of the Beast, would be a anfilcteot warning to our paopla to provide agalnat a Ilka evil fortune. Property takan and daatroyad; aplandld plantatlona, tba flneat la Atoartoa laid waate or taken poaaaaalon of, the owners only permitted to overaea their o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 December 1862

Bnyloi '* Hrlgftde. IIoi ston, Dec. 21,18G2. General Order. No. 8. By order of ti e President my authority to com- maud you hat bet?n revoke^; i.iKither will be ap- pointed to command you. I am authorised y the General comma dingtosav that the org-nU,ition will continue, and those auth rized by me to raise companle*s and battalion- will fill them up at the earliest period, and report them to Lieut. Gel. P. Hardeman, commanding the brigade. Itli with a sad > eait thai 1 part with you, at a time like this, when our land Is overwhelmed with the clouds of a war that for fiendish barbar- ism has no parallel in history. 1 hud hoped to lead you against the euemy who are coming with the avowed purpose of subjugating us, and con- verting Texus into a free negro colony—coming to make slaves of us, and freemen of our slaves- coming to Krm and incite them to murder, deso- late and ruin us. I need nit remind you of the welcome that should await such an enemy coming for such objects Hangers, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 December 1862

I '.kU xm i w Mlfe ' ^ VLr* 4i^1 ■w .01 «S! .if. tO THE UITlZEHi Of TEXAS. Cturged with the defense of the District ofTex at, M«v Mexico a d Aritona, 1 deem It my duty to ■Mil the attention of the people of Texat to ihe dancer* which threaten them, and to point oat the •oar* which, in uiy judgment,they thould pursue at tbit time. . , , Ou my urrirul In Texas, I find the coast mainly In postetslon of the enemy, the Rio Graodt virtu- ally abandoned and a Toruildable expedition about to Mil from Sew York, undtr the Aboil lonltt Bank*, for the Invasion ef Texas. There are dan- gers in other directions, but this is immediate and liurt bo fully provided for. . The tine or K 4f oad from the Sabine to the Col orado most i e protec ed.and the Klo Grande occu- pied in force. , , in a coast of such great extant lit Is impossible to afford protection atuli poli.u. Tho Inhabitants of the country, therefore, be Iwjen this line and the const, are called upon now when It is in th«ir power, to remov...

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

■ * > - THE TR1-W EE I ' VOL. XXVlll—NO. 122 HOUSTON, FBIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1862 WHOLE NO. 8617. BY ill : CENTRAL TRAI*i. Houston. Dec. 25. Mr. w. s Gurnor, of San Antonio, dlreot from \ ickslurg, has placed us under obligations for a Vicksburg Whig,front which we obtain aoodaya later intelligence. President Davis wm tn Vlcka- burg on the ltitli, on a tour of inspection. V Chaiu eston, Deo. 14.—A private dispatch re 'ceivyd here in official quarters, dated Richmond, I)>'c. Uth, says the tight to-day resulted in our favor. Gen. Maxcv Uregg, of South Carolina, T. li. K. Oohl), of Georgia, and Hood, of Texas, were killed litis moruiiig. One of the enemy's gunboa's, oil' S.ono, shelled our'pickets on Battery Island an hour. A small force landed, but went back almost immediately. Nobody was hutt. Five gum oats are now lying oil siiotio, and eleven blockatlers off this hurbor. Lici(MONn,Dec. 14 --Tito following dispatch was rteoived from Gen. Lo<- lust night at nine o'clock : This...

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

Trl-t®ceklp (Trlfgr«pl>. _ HnPitTOV T X H. TlLlSmT. end Fwonwr. COTTON AGENCY. By advertisement lo to-d y '• paper, It will be •••a th-t Major McKoe, the Government cotton agent, baa arrived in tiki* city, and la ao« prepared to purchase, an Government account, all the cot- *Mt« -Tor ma Weakly, «1par yew. For *, | ion that may be eflerod to him, Ti Weekly, 98 per year. For advertising. 85 We cannot urge oar planton too strongly to let nintaafMo tsr ea^h Insertion. Subscriptions and I ihe Government have their cotton. It U required tfoSdwfin £o&?I$dfcc"«?i&MBhiupl#£ «® «•* eontrwto In Wept, mad. by the ten will In ■* aaae be received. III*. | War Department Patriotism demands that the We bra authorised to make tbe following announcements Ibr the City Election, January, 1883 .,v, " . rou will Government aball be sustained by the people. It Is believed that the large amount of cotton [hut has gone to Mexico bas found Ito way Into the tunds of our enemies. The Government has ...

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

THE TRl-tt EEKLY TELEuKA Ml. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 123 HOUSTON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1S62 WHOLE NO. 3818. Bf Till tKNTHAL THAI*. Houston, Dec.'ati. Richmond, Deo. 15.—There wa< no fighting or consequence near Fredericksburg since Saturday. The enemy yesterduy aent in a llug of truce 10 bury their dead. The evvning's train ' rings a little more news. Both armies occupy their original positions. Passengors state that G-a. Maxcy Bragg died this morning. Most of the wounded brought to Richmond are well cared for. Several hundr d Abolition prisoners ate on their way to Richmond. No confirinatian of the death of Hooker. The following official dispatch was received to- day: "Yesterday was spent by the enemy in caring for his wounded, and bu:yu>g h<s dead. He retains his position under cover of his guns, on the bank of the Rappahannock. (Signed) K. E. LEE " The above is construed to signify that the guns and not the army are on the north side ot the river. Richmond, Dec. 16.—Seigel, who ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 December 1862

£rU|i$i$ H t U# TOV. T^^. F. «. CUBING. Fflirur and Proanirtor. TI1K MtfCOliN MK*MAtiF~T*ir OF TtlK CONTROVfcE-V. P.H*> Letrer |iom ap.bine Paal For tbe *«MW-*orthe f p*r year t1 Weekly, •* par >e«r. For advertising, «S Subscriptions abO nmi, in ndvanoe.aiid dl*ou tinned wti«u Hi* time paid for expire*. Rhlnpla* J.1M1 * Its* lor *«eh Insertion VJrertlatng, 11. •II Iff will III pp ease he received. MT W« are authorised to make the following imtuBMawU for lh« City gteoU-.il, January, moj For CUy Hirml, JOHN HcNOERIS. For Mayor. Wm. ANDBftH. For Ammiot aadbllteior, 1. BRKWg'fKR.* for Reoerder, 0 JwG APROH .• For City Aeseesorand Collector, M. J. MASSIK for CUy Marshal, E. R. WIT HUES, For Oljy Marabal, CD. MORRIS * For City Marshal, I. C. LORD* For City Reeoider, Wm. FKRGUHON.* MO uk financial. facts. The money circulation oftlie country Is not Well understood ty inany. Perseus with ln*e$urute data are vety ft.4 to put the amou .t far abore the reality. Ob the let of November, 18...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 December 1862

Ctlrgraph. aUPFXjSS2M2SMT. MO\DAV. DM. 29, 18«2. . MESSAGE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Fellow eitiiene of the S note and llante of R p- reeentatinee: Since your last annual assembling another year of health and bountiful harvests has puased; «n«l whilst It has not pleased the Almighty to Mens us with a return of peace, we can but presa on, guided by the bom light lie givea uh, triistiip that lu Hisown good time and wise way all will yet be well. The correspondence touching foreigu affairs which has taken place during the lust year la herewith submitted, in virtual compliance with a request to that effct mede by the House of Representatives uear the close of the last session of Congress. If the condition ol our relations with other na- tions is leBS gratifying then it hits usually been at tormer perlous, It 1* certainly more satisfactory th^n a nation so unhappily distracted as we are might reasonably have apprehended. In the month of June last there were some grounds to expect that the mari...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 December 1862

, 3 J. ;\) \o \ • v ^ r -v* ' £v •V im -tiki. M> v v^i>, >V ,-t ■ .frS'-W" ' 'f/y \ v" , " • •., ??,;■&.: h ■[;, >' "'\ ' . i ' f' •.S'ijWy: - 'V1 'r* . it • 4. , .s 'J#- f-M V "'<"" ''Hv'. ••■*:<' (V : J' v^iK«S6.'' s* '..v' *■" • •• $> " ft S v-i '■ i&X* ' . *****' ILJ^f'Ml ■: /., fflC KSfi aetly how much ene huge mtts'l of see#«*too, br*e<Mog letter onos tnae&nitety, would retard population. rif HtnUoti and prosperity. a* on* n\n aoobt u m til* extent el it would be vc r> gre*t n,i Injurious The proposed .mancipation would shorten the nr, perpeluntr peace, insure this Incr-ase of pKpututknn, land proportionately the wealth of the country, m ith ttit ao, we should pay alt Hi lemun ei nation wrultf coat, torethcr with our other debt, easier than we fhonld pay our other debt without It. If wo bad allowed our old nationnl df In to mn at six per cent, per annum, sioipto inteiest, from the end of our revolutionary struggle. until to- day , without...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 December 1862

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. - - • ' -i- J—a LJtMJ 1 1 i L K XI 1 uj —L . VOL. XXVIU—NO; 124 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1802 WHOLE NO. 8619 Bl T1IE CISNTIltk TRAIN. Houston, December 30th. Geo. N. SjLMians arilved on the Central train to-day. Van Dorn and Forest «.r lit the rear of Grant and Roser.cranz, n ar Jackson. Forest, in a recent skirmish, before he formed a junction with Van Dorn, ceptured more Federals ihrn itis own number, or over 2000. Great re- sults are expected from tH s move. Morgun is making another ruid into Kentucky in the direction of Louisv'lle. It is the opinion of military men at Mobile and other important point*, t> at there will b no more lighting this winter, unless it he at Charleston. The appointment of Vim Dorn to the commaud of cavalry, is confirmed. His position is the sumo as Stewarts. When on tho march to get in the rear of the Federals, Van Dorn and Forrest bad It In their power to capture 54,OtiO Yankees, buttheimpor tance of their movement* w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 December 1862

&K-J0fcltl9 tfltgrapl). IIOUKTON. TMAK. K H CTtdKIJfO. VdlTw and Proomror Taane—For the WeeKly, f3 n«r year. For the TU Weekly. % p«r year. Por advertising, 85 j 'lit* a Una for tieh Insertion. Subscriptions and ulvert Icing, Ik tllcwii, In advaiioa,«ud dl con- tinued when t e tine paid Mr expire*. SWnplas- ters will In n« ease be received, I U. 1Q* No business transacted outside of the of flee. jUL fW* We are authorized to make the following announcement* for ih* City Election, January, imt For City Marseal, JOHN McNORRIS. For Mayor, Wm. AKfeSB*. For Assessor and Collector, R. BRKW8TKR.* For Recorder,0. W. CAPRON.• For City Aatefsorand Collector. M. J. MARK1E For City Maigy. R. WITH MRS, • For City MaSPPlD. MORRIS.* For City Marshal, I. C. LORD.* for CUT Hecoider. Wm. PKKGVKON'.* I f W. m 1SSS I* Umt, I. Tiller?, ot TflK TUIAL OR MAJllll The amount of public attention that has been at tracted to the accusations agalusl Major Moise justi- fies a report from us of the trial, whic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 January 1863

VOL. XXVIII—NO. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JANUARY Bf TUB CENTRAL IW* "" HOtJ«TO*, « M. Beichman, Bsq.,4f the firm of Hohenthal & Reichm&n, of Uil city, arrived ffireet from the east thi morning. To Vim we are indebted for late new* and for the Vioksburg-Whig of the 24th Mobile Advertiser otAht 22d, and Montgomery Advertiser of the 20th. From Mr. R- we leani that our eavalry between Vioksburg and Munroe captured a Yankee prison- er who claimed that h® waa out hie way, to Join us at Vicksbur*. Ha. the prisoner,stated that Banks has been ordered to' report t<# Burnside with his entire Hnd-forcp. Also tfuU,50,000 troops were coming down to atUofc Vioksburg in the rear President Davis left Vicksljurg for Granada on the 23d. The Mobile & Ohio R. R.,is again open from Mobile to Okalena. Everything looks more cheer- ful and brighter than ever before. Buckner'sDi vision has gone up to Okalota Montgomery on the 22d. The Yankee gunboats about the torpedoes sunk wiles from Vicksburg. Char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 January 1863

£ f.h ftri-SMj Ctltgrapj). mOVBTOIT, TBX1«. CWHITfG, Editor oad P T>rktor. -For the WeeMy, • P®r year Tri weekly, per joar. For TK«M < . For tha advartialng, 5® oenta • Hue for each Intention. Bob crlpOow *u<i advvrtUUig, tn all c«ea,'In ad vanco, • *•*< ; tlaued whun tho time |-*ld tor e*plr«a. BWnplua teriillllii iftcweb« i««Ww. lfy So bttalue transacted ouUlde of the of- a«i.«ai _ .. Notice.-—A'l existing contracta for the pabilca- tlon of advertisementa In tbfai paper.are discon- tinued from this da to. We ri compelled to ha? e the apeee for the of oiir readera, and accord- ingly have put the price of idMrtWuji until fur- ther notice, at 50 ceii ts a line for each publication. Tble applies to all advcrtUement* for private bene- fit. Advertlacmania for the banelt of the public Inverted at a lower price* Our regolar advertising bualneas wna auapended over a year afco.and wo thall only admit advertieemerita at the above price to accommodate advertiser!. They will alt ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 January 1863

T VOL. XXVIII-r-Ni BI TBE CISNTEilL • TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. f '"" ■J1"1."1 . 1 ■" ■■ -t u~u mm ■ ■ I. «.1 1 JL-" 1 K BOIT8TON. MONDAY, JANUARY 5, _> Hoo«ro*,V Capt. J. W. Mangusa, a. A- G. la ade, arrived on the Central train to plaeedas under ; obligations for m pers./ W# are alio indebted to Mr 'Ing, of Fori Bond county, for fsvor Sl*ty.fo«r gunboats and elghte* w«e within eight a ilea of Vicksburg an the mor- ning of the £8th. The/were landing troeopt •' Mlllikeu's Bend, and took possesion of that end of the road on that day, euttingoff communication ©en. Van Born captured one million e 4 a half dollars worth of quartermaster's and commiaiary «tores. Hjalso took Gen. Grant'alady prM*r>bul re* leased her. It is *fso reported that Van Dor* 6 « retaken Corinth.' It la hot confirmed. 1 The army of Grenada is in fln« j/Wfe *nd con" dition, and the fortlfioalions It can hold in ebeck there at least 60,i, The women and children will ol^ but will, if danger threatena, giple caves th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 January 1863

Cri-Mttlilj! <£tlcgr;ij)lj. THE BATHE OP GALVESTON. norsToiv, Pp« P«riicMMri by I'n;t Icipnnt*. For the f 3_P*r *°r %! Trl-Wee%|y, |rt por wr. For advertising* AO onto * Mm for «noh Insertion. Subscriptions ana advertising, 1i. all ohsos, in *dvanoo,ai>d dl won tiau«4 when «h« tlmt paid lor expiros. Shiapla* ten wlU la boom* \* waived. * La>,<t<M* Ur"" tt#d outside of the of- Xotioc.—AH exist ng contracts for the publle* llw of advertisement* ib Ihta paper, are discos tinned from this date. Wo are compelled to bar* the space for the u o of our readers, and accord* li fly hare put the price of advrrtlataf. until fur- ther nOtfc<\ a( SOeenla'a 1fj e for each publication. This app «a to all Ad v0rtl*«nc r u for private h«*ne- 4V.'/Adtrortla inrnta fur the bene it of the public wltt. b« ln«erted at a lower pikt, Onr regular advertising business was suspended over a year afca.and we ahall only admit advertisements at tha ab*vo prloe to accommodate advertisers— Tb#y will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 January 1863

ft re an^flieel lhat s^ • c >ubl uot bo extricated, and the iwo vessesla s'uck fast together. As soon as we struck the order to board was given, which was Immediately obeyed. Maj. Smith, o.wing to l>is experience as a iiHof. being the first man on board. Many of the b?s failed lu climbing the netting, and could not ^t ovor unUl they had cut it away, which was socfr done. As toon as our men appearod on tlit I irrlet Lane, her crew de- serted the deck and tot to the hold. It was soon made known by some o leer on board that the ship surrendered, and tt|a ew asked to be received and treated as prisons of war. For some time after e Harriet Lane awn en. dered, tfas other vessel continued to lire, direct- ing their Are at (hi La1 tho Bayou City and the Neptune, although fh« latter had settled to' the bottom. TheOwasfO tmenp to within two or three hundred yard|, t i fired several shots. An offort was made to t ir: he Lmo's guns on b** but she was so listed j iy could not be worked- Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 January 1863

daring, maintained klitfnlljf exposed post, firing tht Iktt gttn *4 thr enemy. He * nobly accouded by poor Harvy CUrk, whose friends will be frdtftod to )«*ni that hU dsath *u avenged In alwatty by P. M. * loi, of Donolly's Company, Yagwr't Kto Grande Battalion, who shot the mar dew Uironfh Uettorn port of Ui U««. In Otpt. lUurfcj't gun's crow, too, tlwro *u • to!antoor citlatu, Mr. U«rtuu, of tho Arm of * Darling and Marrlwaa, whoto right arm *atthtit. torod kf a plooo mt ibOli: 1 omllUd to tUte that Opt. Sekntktor vna wouodod on tho Bayou Cky •' by the ftcploftto* Of tho bl< gun, aud the gunner who fi red it, eaMped Injury mlracnloatly. taaith may real ataurad that he will imrtorttocMl it rain fur volnotoort to follow "MB t>MoUor^ftiUo 09 tho watera. J. II. D. FROM A OBHTL*MAN ON BOARD TKl ©WIN- ' Tto® steamer LueyGwin was commanded by Maj. A. W*. McKoe. On hoard wore a number or cttl- mb Toloutfere,with such am* ae they could gath «r. the doty of the Lut* Qwlo waa to preven...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 January 1863

h 4 t VOL. XXVIII— MO. HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1863 WHOLE NO. 8622 (' Correspondence of the Richmond Bnqalrer. JATTLE or rRRIIKRKKUBlIRG. Battls I.ildi 8alnrday,Dec.l3. Thia morning tit** aun struggled UP through the obstructing mlsls which overhung; the l*i>d c«pe. but hisrays were for an hour or two Interrupted by some ashen cloud slowly drifting overhead. Everything was still as on any mild December morning Scarcely u breath the full ing leaves, or stirred the fringes oftbe pine. The fogr and smoke thoroughly mingled through the night, and shrouded hill Rnd pUiuin a greyish diui cUmd- f . a s tliis began to r.so about eight o'clock, the roar of the enemy's artillery woke the s'illnes* of the scene, and sitfnaliz-d the coming groat buttle. Hastening to the front, I obtained a bird's-eye virw or tu* battie wild. The observer who stands ou th* helgh's that rise abruptly from the suburbs on tbe western side of Frederickcbiirg and ca*ls his eyes to tho south- west, sees stre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 January 1863

Cri-SMctklj ®cltgrap|. HOUSTON, TKXA*. ===== X. H. CUiHnifl, Editor and Proprietor Teaae—FOr the Weetly, WJ er war. JJ«r M* ri Woekiv. S8 uer year. For advertising. w BSei ■■ Mat _ Unuvd WtiMD the time paid f r expiree. per year, reach Insertion. Tri Weekly, g« MAtll Iltt® Htt T—- P advertising, ib alt oaees, in advaoee,a ddl-eon Subscriptions "ft'1 id dl <o# * HMoplu- i jioeee e be" received. _ 1o* Ko business trs«s*cWd outsido of the or- fioo. «m ' jt Horto*.—All existing contraots far the publico- Hon of advertisements ia this psper, are discon- tinued from this date. We sre compelled to have the space for the u*e of our readers, and accord- ingly have pot tb« price of advertising, until far. tbor nolle*, atWoenlea line lor each publication. Tfal applies toalladvertlsemenU tor private bene- fit. Advertisement* for the benefit of the public will be imerted at a lower prieo. Our regular advertising business waa suspended over a year ato,and wo ahall only admit advertisements at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 January 1863

\n i i ( . THE TRI WEEKLY TELE VOL. XXVIII—NO. 128 HE tS HOUSTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1863 BY THE CENTRAL JBAIV H#CSTOH, JW *ry Tlh, 1863. We have pretty good nutborttf 'or stating tha* Qen. VanDorn has retaken and that the attack on Vicksburg has oa*"0*0®*'1, •on la threatened, and the inbs&it°nt8 ar« some- what alarmed. X; VHOH ABRAjfl^, Ceneral Hindraan's yddrcs . Eiss. Armt, 10.13,1602. it Prairie Gr<ive, r largely outuum inouhde, lasting S Hxadqr's, lat Corps Tea: Camp near Fort Smith, Soldiers : On the 7th Ins1 vou engaged "an abolition ar _ Bering you. L'ndsr a furious clsnonhde, lasting 5Ja formidable fleet, the ,p hours, ahd against repeated find .desporate'as- X)n the wharven I saw th xaultsof the enemy's intantif oP u your whole whipping the wind,and line, you held every inch of g#®n" ttn(l repulsed every attaok. Better oourage#®8"•'er 8110wn on auy field. Texisns, Mlssouria#*^ Arkansians— infantry, artillery and cavifv volunteers aiul consorlps—all alike aobly p#or...

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