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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 January 1863

[UC'H MONEY. •it ki dute. Iin Wo are i th« of- /public* i discon bd to havo u.c of our reader*, aud accord- the price of advertising, untilAir Pat 50 CPn to a line for each publication PpiioB to ail advertisementsforprivate bene' it. Advertisements for the beoetltof the public rill be luiertod at a lower price. Oar regular advertising business waa suspended over a year ago,and we (ball only admit advertisement* at tho above price to accommodate advertisers.— They will all accommodate and oblige us by not handing their Advertisements to us at any price Advertisements for the Government, Ntate and Confederate, will be published at half nrice. FAOTH AGAINST THKORIKSI Col. Blake, in his address to the Ourrenoy Con ventlon states in effect, If ourreporter understood him, that the annual production of the Confederate States is 13,000,000,000. The statement strikes us as a little wild, from tho fact that with the best data at our command, wo are unable to foot up the entire real and person...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1863

J - THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 129 HOUSTON. MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1863 WHOLE NO. 3624 bit the central train. Houston, January 9th, 1803. Wo are Informed by letter that Bragg whipped i; isejicraux at Mur/reesboro'. He captured 4,(K.O ,lsoners,and killed over 2,000. He alio captured t pieces of artillery, 200 wagons and two Yankee vonet U. This news u considered reliable at Alexandria, S ireteport and all along'the route. The taking - f Memphis by Van Dora Is not so generally % redited. • ./ Houston, Jan.,10 Wo learn from passengers ihat there is no longer t' uy communication between Alexandria and Vicksburg. The last sterner s that left Alex .tndria were obliged to return. Bragg has made his official report of the fight at Murfreesboro', in which ho states that he took 1,000 prisoners, killed 2,000, took 200 wagons, 31 j iecea of artillery and 2 Yankee Generals. Van Dorn had taken two towns in the vicinty of Memphis, and captured i500 prisoners. So say the Yankees. Van Do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 January 1863

rt- omToiv, TKXAPI. E. H. CUSHJXO, Editor and Proprietor. Terms.—For the Weekly, «3 j er year. For the Trl-Weekly, $8 per year. For advertising, 50 cents h Una for eaoh Insertion. Subscription* and advertising. In ail eases, In advance,aud discon- tinued when the time paid lor expire*. Shlnpias- ters will In no case be received. IT}3 So business transacted outsldo of the of* floe. «QI ^ j^oTtot.—All existing contracts for the publlca- th>n of advertisements In this paper, ere discon- tinued from this data. We are compelled to have the space for tbe u-«ef our roeders,aad accord- ingly hare put the price of advertising, until far- ther notice, at 50cents a line for each publication. Thle appltea to alladvertlssmenU for private bene- fit. Advertisements Tor the benefit of the public will be Inserta* at * lower price. Our regular advertUIng bosJness was suspended over a yew ato. und we abell only admit advertisement* ut the above prise to accommodate advertisers— They wHI all acoommo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 January 1863

—I #* THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 130 By the Pretidtnt of the Confederate States. A PROCLAMATION. W hereas, a communication wan addressed on tho Cth day of July last, (1893,) by Gen. Robert K. Le<•. aetiug under the instructions of the Secretary of War of the Confederate States of America, to Y Oen. H. W. llalleck, General-in Chief of the United State* army, informing the latter that a re- port had reached this Government that Wm. B. Mumford, a citizen of the Confederate States, had been executed by the United States authorities, at New Orleans, for having pulled down the Uni- ted States Hag in that city before its occupation by the forces of the United States, and calling tor a statement of the facts with'a view to retaliation if Much an outrage had really been committed under sanction of the authorities ot the United States ; And whereas (no answer having, boen received .to said letter,) another letter was, on the 2d of August last, (1862,) addressed by Gen. Lee, u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 January 1863

®be Crt-S8(fEIj HtlfgrapJj. HOUSTON, TKXAi. X. H. CUSHINO, Editor and Proprietor. Terms.—For the WeeKly, $3 per year year. For advevtUlng, 90 For the Tri-Weekly, •« per year." ~ For *drertJ _ cents a line for each Insertion. Subscription* and advertising, tb all oaaes, In advance,and dlaeon ttnued whan the time paid for expire*. Hhinpla* tern will in no case be received. ]r? So business transacted outside of the of- floe. cOI § L " ' V- , Koticb.—AM existing contracts for tbe publica- tion of advertise milts In thia paper, are discon- tinued from this djft. We are compelled to h ve Uie space for the «5e of our readers, and accord- ingly have put the price of advertising, until ur- tber notice, at50cents aline for each publication. This applies to all advertisements for private bene- flt. Advertisements for the benefit ofthe public will be Inserted at a lower price. Our regular advertising buaioess was suspended over a year at>o,and we shall only admit advertisement* at the above ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 January 1863

t THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 131 ST sasr HOUSTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1963 8JSH9SS It I TUE DENTRIS. TBMS Hocuton,January 15lh, 1883. We are under obligations to Mr. J. F. Dumble, of the firm of Peel 4r Durable, of thlseitv,who ar rlvud to-day on the Central Train, for savetral late papers, and also for the following news. Passengers who left Vicksburg on the 4th, report that the left wing of RoBHicrnnz's army had been driven back In the third day's flghl by Bragg, with a loss of nil his nrtill ry and four tboysnud more prisoner*. Bragg had driven them iuto Jiashvllle, and our forces were investing the city with every confidence that it would have to surretJider. The fighting had been very heavy on both ides. No particulars of the lose on either sijle had up to the latestdube been received. Morgin bad blown up the tunnel near Cave City and destroyed all means of communication be- tween Nashville and Louisville Oar forces made a ebargc upon th« ensmy noar Vicksburg ou t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 January 1863

\s Cjic Cri-SMctMg Ctltgrap|. „ llOI'HTOIf, ><cy|ll •« ' ' Jf H. CUBIUNO, Editor and Proptieter. IF IT HAD 0>LT BEEN KXOWN ! A t tbe taking f New Orlesas, the Federal fleet • of steamships ran by FGrt Jackson unci 8t. Phil* i Hp, whipped our lUtlenevy ihrve and wtnt up and icd).UneJ tho tfitjr. It w i bold and hazardous undertaking. itseeui* It wasdone nt (be sugges- tion or order of Commander I). D. Porter, of the mortar flotilla. Afterward* ther* was name dls- I ute fcb at the matter, w bleb elicited the fallowing letter from Captain Wainright to Commander Por- ter. Itwlliba geen that be regards their success •aowing mainly U the imbecility of our naval ofll- eers. Whether this is so or not, the something Itf* ofHn been *«id b? our own people. TbisLt tloo of udvertbeuwUts In this 'pi per.*** diseon-1 (tr l8 a Yaluable document lu the history of ths 1 PHVU A r> Tains.—For the Wee My, 3per year. For t*e Tri' Weekly, ff pet *«*r. For advertising, W coals a line for each I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 January 1863

) THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. 1 < * < VOL. XXVIII—NO. 132 HOUSTON. MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 18C3 WHOLE NO. 3627 —i- - AN INTERESTING DIAItV. Tho following is copied from tho torn and de faced le aves of a pocket diary found at Gal*e ton, on, we believe, the boily of a FederalOrderly Sergeant. It oommon os in ihe mldwt of frlday l)ec. 20th. The writer, with a party, were *eontlng through ihe town, aud be is obviously spelling ot the oo ton presses : Tho yards in each of them are large enough almost to manoeuvre a regiment lo, with hlgji brick w.<lis around, 15 Inches thick, aud tha build- ings tire-pr of, so it will make mug quarters for us. The rebel cavalry made a descent l st night on t1 e the city and look awiy all the horses bey could hteal. After coming out of the cottonpress ou the roal totlie other side o' the island, we met the ownor of the presses, and he reque ted that . . .... of removing" ' uli this he might be allowed ihe privilege oi boo us. which vras granted aim. li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 January 1863

®{jt Cn-^Ifehljr &tltgraj>b HOi' TdWt TICXAf. It H CTJIHnrO. Witor and Proprietor. Ti «.-I r tho W«*U, • ! « Tri Weekly, ♦« per .* ar. For adv«rttein®tf« cents a line tor each Insertion. 8ub*erlpti<>n* and advertising, lb all omo , In ndvanco,a d <11 «con tiniii'd when the time paid f r expire*. Shinplu* tare will In n« •*«« b* received. 3CF s® buslue** transacted onuideof tb« of- Bee. ,i~~lt • THB TIIRKK M«NTU8 MEN, KTC. A gr*at deal of complaint ia being beard, oil over the country, of the evil effeota of the draft upon tbe interest* Of the people In one of the counties, for inatanco, it la said th .t all the black atnllhi have bceu taken, and nob.dy I* left to sharpen the plow points. In all theoQOntis* the farmers have been tnken from their crops at a time when it Is of *he utmost importance they should have their personal attention. It la moreover said that Texaa haa furnished more troop* to her popu lation than any other State in the Confederacy and thia last c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 January 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BBS VOL. xxym—NO. 133 HOUSTON. WEDNSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1863 WHOLE NO. 8630 bt the central train. Houston, January 19lh| 1863 The fight near Murfreesboro', and the capture of 7,000 Abolitionist* by Wheeler, and 4,000 by Rragg ia confirmed by Bragg, who telegraphed to Gen. J X. Johnston to this effect. It was also rumored, and believed in Vicksburg, that Nashville is evac- uated by the enemy. The enemy had not been heard from on the 6th Inst., that left Vicksburg and went up the river It is rumored that Kentucky has seceded by an net ot the Legislature, end her troops have been callfd from the Lincoln army. Humphrey Mar shall Is still In Kentucky with his troops. The evacuation of Nashville was read out to the troops at Arkansas Post. The following is from the News Extra of Mon- day : Petersburg, Jan. 5.—The Herald, of the 2d, has bpen received. Its dispatches contain nothing but what has been sent this evening; The Times says Seymour was inaugurated Governor of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 January 1863

f ®|t Cri-Mttkljr Ctkgrapjj. HOUSTON, TEXAN. X. S. COTHIW0, Mitt* and Proprietor. TmtMs—Vorth* Weekly, |Sror year. For the Triweekly, •« v*r '•**' *or •dv*rtisiag. «o etui* • Hue for each insertion. Subscriptions ami advertising, 11. all owes, In advanc«,and dlcon ttoucd when tii« tine paid for expires. Bhtnptas- t*r* will <n noeaae be received. JD* basiuess transacted outside of tbe of- am. _*. ■RAH* TACKS. We litre, we belle* e, shown that the ourrency ia at tu present dsproct-Uoo owing 10 ft* reduii danoy. We are met by oertalu theoretic friends who attempt to prove that It 1# not r dundant uud that It le not depredated t At well might they Uieortce and attempt to prore that the sun's ray# are oot warm, and that there la no water oh thu prairies alter a hear* rain. We ahowed, by the public statistics oMhe eoantry, that there la over |4<i0,uxij00U afloat, while the regular clreulatioi should be 1*M than fj00,000,0W. We oorapro mlsed with the theorists tu.thls laat and grante...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 January 1863

jr-' THE TRI-WEE TELEGRA1 VOL. XXVIII—NO. 134 wi V. \ BT THE CENTRAL TRAIN. • Houston, Jan. £Sd, 1861. The mall failt d to coma through again. The folkwiug1|aU the additional new* we hare beeu able to get. We get a rumor that Braggha* gain- ed a complete victory .over Bosecratis. It U but a rumor. , Prom the ShreWport News Extra, Jan. 12tb. . GhknaDa, Jani 5.—The Memphis Bulletin of the 1st, say* tbat Nfcw Madrid hus been evacuated. The magazine Wtu blown up and all tbo defences destroyed. Gen. Jeff. Thompson, with a strong force, was within four miles. The pickets came into town. The Fo< eral force at New Madrid have gone to Fort Pillow and are 1'ortlfVlng. The Bulletin says >he information is definite from In- land No. 10. All the guns were spiked but one. Nix thousand pounds ol' powder was destroyed. Tbe meu were ull waiting for the Ural steamer to evacuate. Forrest was within a few miles of Columbus, Ky. The Commander refused to allow any boats to come South. Forrest hud s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 23 January 1863

Cri-SSe^Igi <F tlrgraplj. noidTOx, CUSHIWO, Editi *4 etor^r * Tiana.—tor the WeeSly, • per >f«-, ror u«* fri Weekly* Wrl |4<ti '/^of advertising. jO Effi IblWfdK twrtioa. Subscription* and s4rextl*iug, m *U oeses, la advance,and dt*cou- SSSjrSfik SaSS^ transacted otit M oT the of- *■ i«a^ - •• • J5F,r* V" ' J " TTT.'UlPwii m <«—• 4 'fb« ytwakti^ t, ^oa iwit tiik. •f%e Vominttt^'nf the CtaVrency CooVftnlton iiteJphUshffl %0 iddrwo to U e people of ihe State. Itisa wellwrlttan document, and many of *|®U vlewa expressed are S und. From some, howe^Veve towed to dissert. , Among the flrst propositions laid down Is that «• •♦there is nO excose whjr the jp*j uner*tSop [to «ol- dbMf forU rtr «lfc^n«* Wl4«w.t be adequate totbel«tseldteca'fcmU e*J necessities." Weafr • prebend fll * iWth In tfcf, Pi # ?• t1*1 v' hardly yeo4b this MQulressnnt. «A diOenee%uenUy. th* area meet that Southern soldfers #111 hot eon- [tkibee*to*thejf#f t* • oot bold. XI ls,4© nay the least of It, not M t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1863

/ THE TRI- VOL. XXViU—NO. 135 i 1. ism ==> HOUSTON. MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 186S l" i ;j 1 "ml V ...1u .1.1. j! lll xl^ eg TDK VICTORY OFF SABlNE I Brig o£ War Horning Light and a Schoone; Captured! aoia WHOLE NO. 80S2 =s BI THE QKAHGE TIAIS. Houston. Jan. 94.1* By the Orange Train we tore received by our friend. Eliewer, Jackson and Vleksburg papers of the 6th, aa well aa other Intelllgense given be- low t Mr. Elsasser informs us that IX Ool.Timmins tu the only one wounded of the Sd at Vlckeburg. They charged the enemy and drove them to their gunboiU. Tlmmins was wounded In the ankle, when within thirty yards of the gunboat; the wound Is a«vere but not dangerous 5 he was doing well. A gentleman Just from Tennessee, says that our loss in the Murfreesboro' fight was about 9,000. That of the enemy was 90,000 by their own nek tiowledgement. He eays we had but 30^00 in the tight, while the enemy had 70,000. The fighting whs desperate. FaaDkRiCKseuRo, Jan- G.—The N. Y. Herald of the 5th a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 26 January 1863

Cjp Cri-SJaklg Ctltgrapji. tlMBR, Mtet Mi fwufcw ,29BSf%K!13!: "12 S&SiX eeats• ilattereachInsertion. BubsoripUoosand advertising, la all «mml Id advance, audd I eon- tlaued when too MmTpSd |br expiree. Bhinpia*- «m wilt in no eaao be received. #. try Ho business transacted ontolde of the of- •«-ai . A STANDARD OT PATRIOTISM. Tfce present war to being oarr led oa to *eonre the liberties ofthe people and their property right*, two obligations are laid for Ito support. Tbo on* npoa Um eitl*en*hlp a* aoh to fornleh tha men to fight, and tho other upon the jpropeity or eapltol of Ito ooontry to pay tb« expense incurred Patriotism will boar each burthen alike, or, If tl&tia 1, QQt equal to the task, the l w mmt be Invoked to daav the •abaldlai required. In the ono ease It to done tor oeaseripUon, and in tho othor by tax- ation. The eonwrlpt doe* not boast of Ma patriot Um; nor one too tax-payer any mow. There was patriot!** in volunteerlag; o there may be In aatleipotlag, and to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 January 1863

/> THE VOL. XXVIII—NO. 136 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 186S < ggfinwim ' WHOLE NO. 8683 stm Bf THE UNTKAL TRAIN. Houston, January 26 b, 1882. A minor conje* ou the train to-day that the Federals had prevailed against our forcesat Ar kansas Post, capturing some 7OOQ of our troops. This news vu brought to Shrveport Monday week by niuo soldiers, but Is generally doubted b* Intelligent travelers* The way the victory, was achieved, according U this authority, wasby ularae Federal Infantry force going in transports up White river, while the gun- boati went up the Arkansas river, thus hemmimr our forces entirely In. It is stated that three Texas regiments were captured. Col. Chnrohlll was in command of the Post. We don't believe It. . • IX DAYS LATER lVElfS. W# are In possession of the N. 0. Picayune pf the SOih, brought by Mr. Splckernhgle, who went out to meet the boat of tho Rinald'o yesterday.— Prom this we get eight days later Southern, and ten days later Northern news. We g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 January 1863

Ot totttety Cebgrapfe. PF>; HOVSTOlTr TBXAS. jL X. H. CU8HUTG, Sdttor aad Proprietor. THK NKXTCaOP. Wo regiotto b« hem various porta of the ooun try, Uut ootton planters who have plenty or corn an nfulaf to sell It on box terma, alleg ng their determination to aove tholr eoni ®>r tb#lr ova QN. aad with a view of putting tbe bulk ot their fields In cotton. It ti the old ttory of a will In* snbjoction on our put to King ootton. It la also • proof of what we kiTt Mid,that 10 for aa tattoo la King,ho la a ty- rant by whom wo ouraelvea aw more oppressed than any outside people. If ootton bring* four prices, tbo necessary ro suit Is aud must be, that oorn will command four prleesas well. For if left to themeelves, people will not j-aloe «om toaell, whan thay can maka nova toy raising oottoa. If patrlotlam or public policy could ba mado to ootwalgh selfishness, It would induoe people to plant oorn,whlla wo aire engaged la • war,to the •stfloaion of cotton. It wllldo ao with many, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 January 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXVIII—NO. 137 HOUSTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1863 WHOLE NO. 3634 BI TUB CENTRAL TRAIN. Houston, Jan 26. The train to-day bring* the confirmation of the capture of Arkansas Post by the enemy, to. gether with tho following named oommanda: Garland's; Wilke's, and QUlespies' (Garland's Brigade.) Dessheer, Mill's, and Sweet, (Desbeer's Br gade.) Darnell's and Xaylor'ii—all Texas regl menU. Dawson's Arkrnsas Regiment. Dunmyth's Arkansas command, at the fort. Watts' Arkansas Battery. Richardson's Texas Cavalry Oo. Nutte' Louisiana Cavalry Co. Denson's Louisiana Cavalry Co. Portlock's Arkansas Conscript Regiment came in just in time to surrender. The above comprise* a force of about 8.0QQ men. The Federal force engaged was 40,000 strong Their loss was 1,500. Our loss in killed and wounded is sUted at 120. The battle lasted 3ti hours. Theabove news is brought by Dr. Wm. Rodgora^ who is direct from Arkan? as Post, and is also cor rebated by other purties from the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 January 1863

rsw ftSXAMC*. Litter from Be Ml. flOUSTOH, TBXJW. X. X. CTWKnra, laitw aod Proprietor. T*a «*r-V r the Weekly, Trl-Weekly, §8 P«r JW cenU a Una tor eaoh insert! % |S r year. <*r the For advertising, #0 on. SatocrlpUotM aud advertising, in all eases, In advu*eo,and di«oa tinu w jj3 *!Io business transacted outside of the of- MMSfla v- - , tinned when the time paid W csptrM. SWnplas- t*r« will In biomo be received fice «cu the pure as. The Imbecile policy of U e Federal Administra- tion la btuarly denoaae Jd by tbe Northern oppoai- tion press, which, aloce the late elections, has ae- ■anted a bold end defiant IcM. The Htate of Sew York haa voice In the present conteet equal, l> not auperlor, to t e powers at Washington! an-l from whet KtMe we have aeon of the now Govern- or *e message. we asay rbadlly Infer a determine- Hon to retaliate upon the igyrmidons of Lincoln, if they dare, hereafter, to execute any of hla high handed Heheata, touching the liberties of either the people ...

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

> A k'-J * * VOL. XXVIII—KO. 138 THE TRIWEEKLY HOUSTON. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1863 BY THE ORASCIi TBilJI. Houston, Jan.30 We ire indebted to M.Jackson, for copies of tbe New Iberia States, and the Franklin Register of the 17th, from the latter of which we Wke the fol- lowing particular! of the late battle on the Teche. Tho Register says that oar forces uumberedSOOO, while those of the enemy were variously estimated at 2500 to 7000, land and water. Our boys fought gallantly, and repulsed the foo. but Louisiana is cursed with an lmbeoile officer, by whose command the noble gunboat Ootten was des- troyed , as a reward for tho gallant fight she made What excuse could there be for It 1 Prom tho Franklin Register, Jan. 17th. BATTI'tt OP THIS TCGHK. OTJB TBGOPS OCCUPY TFE FIELD. THE ENEMY REPULSED J ! 0. M. Ouuboat J. A. Co ten Burnt. On the evening of tbe I3ih Inst., a largo Federal force was roported to be advancing, both by land and water, to attack our troops stationed about twelve mi...

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