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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1863

.* &-V yL^rrwy^*^ Wt 11S53S ftht Cfi-SfiSteMj €tltgr p|. ' nOVNTON, TEXAS. E. SL CUSHHrO, Editor and Proprietor. Tlfit LBGIHIiATUUIC. We bare not time to-day to review the pro- ceedings of the legUlature. Of the t€b most Im- portant bills, the cotton bill And the oounty court bill; ti can but apeak a word. However much we tpay be In favo* of iniiU cropf of ooUab being planted, and however much wo may deprecate extortion, afill Uwb to control tbe one or to prevent tie otber a^^wren* in principle, and bonud to be evfl In lafiitypee. We bolleve them unconstitutional, but whether so Of not they nre baaad On precisely the sane principle lu human nature that In Connecticut gate birth to U e Bloe Laws, that baa brought to life end.sustained all the persecution, religious apd political, In the eider ages, £td that In theae last day« has given birth to Maine Lawtsm and wo may add aboil" tlon Ism, tho bottom wrong of thlfl revolution It la an orll day for popular liberty and constitutiona...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 February 1863

SS' y * * •W VOL. XXVHIV-NO. 149 uGUSTOB, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1863 •• ,*< WHOLE NO. iJ34G ST TUB CBKT1UL TB1I5,. Uocston. February 23t#, 1?63. , We are ipaebted tp Lt, Brook*, of this city, who came on thetrafti to-day, direct, from Arkansas, Tor the following Items. '• .The roports we have heretofore received of dls- affection and deserilons In the Federal army, weat, ' are all trae. Lieut. Brooks states he has oen if' teen hundred deserters, who had determined to return home and fight no mora. Many of them bad Joined our service In tho capacity of teamsters, eto. Others were palled by our officers, and giv«jn transportation lo the Federal lines. This is entirely reliable, trl^ut. Brooks alsl) states that be saw dispatches in the Pine Bluff Bulletin officially con Arming the report that Harney with the Missouri State troops, numbering (iO.OQOh^d J iitiPiiour standard, "?*■*'. tf^v A lettor from one of the Ai knurs' era to his wife in Sbrevoport confirms th' and escape of the nj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 February 1863

B ®he ®ri-8SttWj ftdtppj). BOC9TON, TBXAH. XL 6. CVBHOre, Editor and Proprietor. ■W; COWSTITUTIONA.JL LIBBftTT. W* oceaatonally heAr expreaalon* ilka tbesa n*ed: "We ought not' to be aqeuaaUh on conttl tutleoal point* tn time* of great publio danger.'' "The Constitution *ho«ld novbe permitted to «tM>d U) the way M Jneilce." "The Ooo«tHuUoa should not be need as a shield for any nan to shirk duty," eto., e'tc. We regard these expr***lon* ae Indicating a aplrit:totally at variance with dem- ocracy and,the principles of free government. When we hear them on the,j|lp4 bf men that aire uu4*r*olemu oatYtu uphold the Cpnatltntion, and who are ooenpying tha positions assigned by the Constitution to Its pronators and, defenders, we tremble for our institutions. . It t*#n old Jesuit maxim, that the eanae of re tiglon has net go grestitn enemy'as * very1 pious Ml MdleUefool. We qay transfer the remark tothe eaose of political liberty. It bae #0 enemy so potent a ho whose seal In its defence...

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

THE TRI-WEE x I ■ VOL.XXVIIi—NO. 150. houston, monday, march 2, is6s BY THE CENTRAL THAIS. "* -J '' CtecxrfT, Feb. 13th, IMS. I* oonsequMce of extreme high water, # have had ho Mall* for several days. TUi* evening name through (root Shrevepott, bring4 lag oue piwngir from (Bil of the MiAtisaippi- . Ha Mri ha crowed at An* tin between VMreburg and Helena oil the'29th ult. He brtoge a report that the Federals ha e abandoned the and . jre new cutting a canal Wlo Lake Provldeuee, wand from then coin t<o BayOu Mason—that the Con- federates have'sent forces up th« river toaut the' Levee and lood tho Federals q«t. \r CXOCXHTT, F*h. 234, 1WI. The stage came through from 8hr«Vepon tbi* evening (the flrst since Monday Ia*t) aud brim* •a* passenger from Jaoksou, Mis*. He says the federal* have left Yioksburg entirely aud gooe •one 50 tuilee above, te cut a canal (reiu the river into* lake and thenee Into Bayou Mason. Bessriionaxontinqe to occur almest hourly froai the Federal force*, una re...

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

flfe ®ri*H5 noViTon. . K. H. CUSHINO, Editor aad Piopriotor. JO* Ilavo yon Wein vaccinated I \ , j,'"'' ' ' 11' J' * ' " ' > ** . ITT* Was rauf Tiijli Pin trt r —We art re quested to (lata thai Ihe regular aprluff meeting of this body will he at SegUln.on the last Tbura day (Mthf of March next, at TJ o'clock, P. H Residence of 8t«M Clerk, Glisten, DeWiti County* To toe.'\ t''' s TH" * ftnelr' «a ed*ew «men '• f on' tbo aplai-dM *ml of eh ;se pr sente-l to t|w'«bl*> KeliarVand by D/. MoCraven. Ttw peraon h v Ingjha mix will be rewarded ot leaving ihe sam* at this eBo#. \i' j & ■ • * S ■' ' Xl*Tbor« will be a meeting of the ladles at Fer^lne' Hall tUla alternooij atr« e'clock, fer the purpoieof artaqgjog a 'air. for «he benelt of th«* poor. As the object commend* itself to the sym- palhv of all„ ft la hoped there will be a 'all att, tendance, :*'* H, An error oecerrni In the signatures to the eard of the lady manager*. of the. Washington festival, In out laet. Mrs. II 0. All...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 March 1863

L <. THE TRIWEEKLY VOL. XXVIII—NO. 151 m aooaroM. Wednesday, march 4, i««>3 WHOLE HO. 8648 y . BT TBE! CEXTRAL miff. '' '• V Horn ton, March 3d, IPCS# The train failed to arrive oa t'me a,gain 0-day in consequence of repairs being made on. Clear Cr?ek bridge) aome two mllea this aide of Hemp- .ateod. Regular trips will probably be r«auued to-morrow. • ; We are placed und?r many obligation* te Mr. G. M. Fracolle, of this city, who ffirivod bf to- day's train, for a Jackson Mtulsslppian of the 8th, an Appeal of the 7th, and many other late papera. We a^ao return our acknowledgments to Mqssrt. Via. Redus and R. H. Skinner, of the 4th Texas, for, similar .altars. I Richmond, Feb. 6.—'The N. Y. Herald say* the rite In gold has so largely depreciated the asset* of the Honks, as to reader moatof (ham insolvent. The necessity is inonmbent on the United States Senate to pas* the House finance bill or stop the war. The cotton excitement in New York is described as marvellous t Such has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 March 1863

a *■ ftht Cri-^Scthls Stltgrapl- y#, •'• 'p#|M«lTt * * * TEX AW. jc. S. H. CUMttWO. editor and Proprietor. -JV' ^ AN INUtTHK +A-X. ^ In tWlni of tbe apbjeet of Taxation, we have endeavored to show thht a heavy tax U tha only vit to save the currency^ the lift) blood of the gov . ei-ament, tsd the cause we are engaged in. Few ' .Maacnable men tat expect to eee the entire debt WShe Confederacy ultimately provided fori The testable wealth or the country Is hound for it, and« that neat pay It, n one way or another. . X Qutajs^gh Ux oa properly is objected to a* be. lag In the present condition of l)io cointry out of tfe* 'power of the pwoplo to peg It le said th t ^ eueh a tax would be no hardship to tho speculator, <Y 'While U" would prove exceedingly onerous to the planter. The suggestion Prlnw np another mode of taxation, to wit, that on Incomes. All taxes avit M paid by Incomes. It labe| Joat hi tin#* like the an when Incomes are no equally attainable by an that tfce tax should b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 March 1863

' 1 . u j It. VOL. XXVIII 6.; 1868 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH WHOLE NO. JEXPRESS. XjATB3 [Our Pony Express, baa at last coma through, giving oa by telegraph, Alexandria dates tp the 2di reoeived hers in 36 hour*. The enterprise is at- tended with a heavy expense, but v« feel sure it will be sustained by the public, for whole benefit it was undertaken. It will be received trl-woekly* —Ed. T«l.j Beaumont, March 4th. The Pony Express reached here at 7 P. M. with Alexandria dates to March 3d and with dates from the other tide of the river to Feb. 24th. CBARt.xsTON. Feb. 23.—The French war steamer Iiinardino, while trying to enter the harbor this morning, ran ashore off Sullivan's Island. The British steamer Petrel ami the French Btcamer Milan haf* beeu trying all day to get her off, but so far unsuccessfully. \ Richmond, Feb. 23.—In the Senate, Mr. Orr in trodaced a bill to vest in the Government, as pa*t of the postage system,' all the right of the Ameri- can Telegraph Company in the Teleg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 6 March 1863

w V f. ®|e ®ri-M«klir Celtgrapb - nOPITON, TBX1H. & E. H. CVSHOra, Editor MA Proprietor, i——■ •* "m a a* THE PKONP«9t!. Matters are a till working favorably for us In all quart am. Let ua turn.the reader's attention to Itw poluta. • Beginning 'wlthth* war and at taotne, let us turvey the field. T«ut* baa been eloered ef all traces of. the enemy end jmt In a poelttan of defence *g*inscf*nj foree that ean be feht afalnet tt. Fifty thousand men could now ake no aeriona lnpreenlon on this couatry. It Is reported again that f remont la to be aent here. We oould net aikan enemy It would be easier, to beat off Louisiana present* tome more prom thing feature* than sUt-btt before fer near a year. The unavalHtir generalship of TajIoc and Mouton la to be dispensed With, or made kubordlnate to that of Klrby Smith who In already In command. The Texas troOpa late- ly aent there wlH teach their brothera 1n arma what our boys know so well—ho w to conquer. Bank*, the Federal comraandec, having I...

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

tri-weeklJ telegraph. ^ •\ M VOL. XXYIU-—NO. 153 Great* Graafl and Glorious!* Correspondence oftb- Telegraph. - ^ StOMMtfan, Ma'ch 4th, fbtt.* X E in tor fiuauft^l uaaten to icrWifttTOie, following Extrafro the Louisiana Democrat of- ln flee, brought here yesterday By Mr. CUnt. Taylor, direct from Alexandria. Besides this no«(L however, there i* a r< pert to the effect that tweuty thbuaand Federal somlt-rs hid throws lown their arms and surrendered to onr armyatVicksberg. Thev were Northwestern troops. * It isgenerally believed, also, that the proposed conv«-rttion of somo of the North western Plates, to bo held at Frankfort, Ky., has been beld. and that Delegites were sent to both Richmond aud Washington Tha eafial at Vicksburg has turned out tn tie H failure and has been abandoned: Tlio*flr t squadron of Belly's Regiment, fflfoley'a UrJgHdo in oomuiand of Capt. W. b. Alexander, pusgod through this place eu Sunday lust, and tho second is looked for daily. < But I aA keeping y...

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

■ ?ary TO rd. Tj ite ITin. C. W. llirrr. r. flptal*r Umu* nf tfrprttr nialix*->: Tli« Bpeohil Oouimltt«e, wt o-c'aty H -« hiH^u'r Into th* st'eoftn, lit itary Boar', beg l9«v« to report (!•«' tliejth v hid the *an • under c<>'aid- watlon, Mild t: a 0 ti e b t InvstVa tlo i wnlch ttan hngih < t Hiuo cihi me t*rg« and v.ilrd inn* c*.I i a of tU- R-«M w u'ij mi "tt «f. The Coinm Her tt -it that, mhi i afli-r the cr> iilono? rh«- tor. U. IX, Uld In k> H«*♦ mooy «*t us lis i khi t. nuke negotiations, W>th a t|. w, m ibt.tilng the lu rd>- vR* whkh tha Board tout t cowue ■< e ' •'! ■ ra11. • ; t i ibt-ao neKO t tlous, Mr vrl<i|tic w*a un-uicevtul. Tne Board tticnemployed Mr. Jinn I T. 1>. Wlimn to make i urchi s -a of arm-, • niuni>|i iK of wir,' blanket** < lot hi ,a. nho- a, leather. aiedlclne. Ac. The Uoa-d Wj'l h d Mi. Wll* a with utn.« tl.ou*. nnd u> o tmudred imI%m> In ajw-cle, and , 1t«t I u u,.r fund*, t > b« Used In Uif i/trcha-e-1&l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1863

£_ THE TRIWEEKLY * VOL. XXVIiL SBS5 •NO. 1&4 „■ 4 . -- from the Bangers. .1 # Ng*a Shelby villk, •'Jan.29.1803. Iwrolo yonafewilava since. Having leisure 1 HXpay have something to *ay •thig. The euemjr since tl « ,'hkve remained in quariws, will1 ihej ti*c9l>tjou of le.rge foraging partiea that eptuetlxnes'■*-1* T •• * to-day I■wr}^kjain;.t not altogether Tu'flrc-i battle of, Pt 'Ue Blvsh :«9l>tjouof i are out, leu r.7 er|i . A rti or twelvo miles from their main «*Iby.' 1'berfi is as yet no decislve'lndication of tut intention oa their part to hiake an advance this wluteiS , 1 i The Wrible roverae they icoelved In tlio lata battle, has reudureid Uhitherto impossible for thani to supply the laases they sastuinod there. We have a gre*t prepouderauce in cavalry, whtcn are massed on their right, left uud center, artd occa- sionally interposing between them and Nashville* always eet. success. Xhoi/ army in iafanlry is perhaps double ours, whin they do advance, they will be' co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1863

-TV* * N atk£o led,e our Independence ffa eHoWttsto roIu vBtie, that * iiut wornblpUod unotir our own v)d* di| •g-trec,aod ob*oM> tUt- form ,0i Uot- eminent which will bent ube*rv <,nr WtMWM. prolyl our Institutions make ue proepwrOB* end bappy. deSB. | wtJI acknowledge • t>e«utlfal present reci lr 4 torn* months ago br the regiment. It orrlv ed last jammer, during niy ickn«wl, ' andWaSaten e earrleti oa the Keo <*uoty expedition; benre the otuUsion en tuy part to mention it belor*. I re- far to tli* appropriate aod nemly axe. - - - ... M * * r cated flag pro«enW-d by Ml*a bu, jc See* akd tlUa Jfnnle Jelferln, of ■ampetaod. Being a parallelogram In torm. the*grouod Vroru ta composed of • de«p r«d, Ifrrnch merino. uavlig too broM.beraof Ma* silk rijnnli g cross- wl-e on cither aide. Upoti loeaearr t waive Mr all white star*, and onn l.irs- er. wbe-e tbey meet at rlsbt angle* lu tbeceutre. It U ornamented wUh « b*at uu taeteful border. A graceful bl «! llk streamer tiles f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 March 1863

TRIWEEKLY TKLEUlt . VOL, XXVIII—NO. BY PONY EXPRESS. -1 DAT-"3 XiATE n. BB4DHONT, Mhrch 11th, 18C3. w By the Potiji Express whleh arrived from AI- ▼ exandfts nt4:45 >.M., we received tho follow- ing In tclllgenet: KtcuMOMD, f b. 24.—Northern date* of the 21st have been received. The Illinois LegliUture ad- journed on ttatnrdny. The peace resolutions tho House, but were prevented from pal* eg* the Senate by the withdrawal of enough tjjj do- .prive the Senate of a quorum. • Dispatches from Fortress Monroe, of the 18th, say that rringt-menls folr the exehunae of civilians have be n perfected Tho town of flolivar. a latidlo^flfty miles above Yieksburg, has bet-n destroyed-by the gunboat Cniiesinga, in reftuliatlon.for the guerUIas flriiig Into the'HU'amer Jenny Llnd. • * the Florida sailed from IHawnu 27th January. Fourteen steamers, sloops a ad schooners had arrived with cargoes oj cotton ftod tmpeiiline from Charleston and other points. The House of Itepresentativo-i has concurred ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 March 1863

mm 1 boat npvt lti w oar left,m id we d to bf «a«rd tha re- the attaint? of clcs .fiy foreseen. MndW, Mtfliv up o«r Am eotu Cat om had Ukeo iboiUr (MthlAd llO«r**tt«Btloii ww rCrtsaitmcUd to the open 0 W north oi to* timber.— Hrre tg bfSeOMbr/ heavieit line of tit* eUi stMdlly kiw mm ft*ldjwn« rapid* as «'•* ,<?v-vev id np m our tio-P' (J'" il VBrljraila) mk0 had tc0.tai apou the right au<i up tteoubOxlimber, nd at that tln>« aaounvtM t iwliU'W n the tluit>«r fronting t la nM. N«>w that we bnt dl o«oa of our bBim.dl*ti too. nr ■u( |mpuU* wM t « W oor /iftr,du, vg2 aocoro tally turnel our fire upon t te dink of tha llnra. amov- ing IbrWa d a* the jmi t:m« the r anno i>rltut tot « «t our Are to I* fttllr fa?i I"'1 **"• 2ioi* thou o w> tiu. dred oud a fir rants when we u. ooon'eroa the II * ol fire 1 eowk'ettr Irott U|H>n General whoa ft wm Oatertulued to wftto the tlmbar.Uy the rt«ht I o tlOlllt oppoutt# Gen. JpTlklB*' d IMP fit oat •mi foim ai*on move h£ 'uft....

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

vol. xxvni HOUSTON. MONDAY, march 16, 1863 **k* [ H t * % From the Alexandria Democrat, 4th. PART1CDUAB4 OP THB f1ght WIffH the! indianola. We have token great mine to procure an aeon rate account of our great rlrer victory, and oan as aure our readers that the following will be foand correct In almost every particular. We are under many obligations to several of the officers of that' expedition for a^l the main facts and particulars; and with the same usual oourtesy from official sources wo havo gathered the true and interesting faots of this unparalleled victory. The expedition started from Tort DeRussy on Sunday, the82d ult., and arrived at the mouth of the river la a few hours, and turned theirheads up stream The Indladola had forty-eight hours the start of the Red River fleet at Ackfin s; at Natchez she was less than twenty-five hours in advahte. They left Natchez on the Bid, and the commander found that be 'could easily overhaul the enemy on the morning of the 3"4tn, and deter...

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

\fcily ftnwrtiTtt en be tired . i to return to led from aui KM ib ht hiiprwoi «w v c#lclll^w they oto ,1*** Wue oa y orig of r 5SKS 8as&fcSP£ r Ja#it ®ri-®Sttklji fttltgrapb 'i. H. ctragnrtt^Mtof ^>rowtotor7 *■**8,—Tri-Weekljr,tI(Jper yew ; Weekly, •1b(1* copies 25c.; advertising 5Uo •apery#**', per lit*. foie tbi war We bought paper ut S3 ream, same paper is Bow bald at * per team. We i Datd 40 c«dU per thousand, composition. We tot togeU 5&. JP' w U T| W. • be I BW i oUFT Wj 'on7 . ,'y> _ ItuttonaSty The whole final tmen and, la "j| than ferete- M % tbeeftemj ^jlm. It wtf Btjng out every lUsetU lit re- -f si* adorned, 1 tothe Norther hit ion freedon State, to Don ,1 lm, :sa fyclslv* if There ntlemeti smeritoili 1 to With ble mem- men of %l«dom, servloe TO OUR OUUfUinifKI!). Before tbl war We boi The Mm ten Dah— , . , r pv 11. We then bad rapid malls to bring Intel ...jnce, at llttleer so coat. We lyive had to e tabllhh ex pre we* Ofonr own now, at a beary cost. Oar e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1863

i'-'-Vvfi OB board VCSSoTS W JbMaMr. Z=xz PH. 33 •m >C] !$4Mi THE LATE GALVESTON DISASTER. ^The Official in-port of Hie Comn hf Xngi From the N. y. Evonlng ] The ofljclalreport of the 43oar dered by Admiral Farragut to Galveston disaster i> just pubff Hi length tho circumstances of > the following as the naval force .. „ the timo of its capture:- ■. >v '-' 'W''/v "The naval force in possession oOBIiSted of the W est field, Clifton, Harriet Lane. Ovaseo,'Sachem ana Coryphesus. Tho latter bau joined only two uays previous to the at tuck, having come up from oelow, tho Sachem (steamer) la ft brok«n<dov/n condition and the Corypheus as hor escort. The United States troops ou Bhore consisted of two hundred and sixty r->nkand file, commanded by Col. liurrol of tho Forty-second Massachusetts volunteers, occupying, by advice ofthe command ing naval oflicor, a wharf in the town. •' Itsoems that Iho night previous to the attack, information had been received fcy the command-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1863

n .■* fe mtmtagft JMj TO OUR CCBWJttW. Jbre tie war we bought «r r ■am* pap r la now lu l l «Tf.V) |>*r mm. We i natd 40 r*nu per thou'•rid. composition, We Balbre tie war The a*01* pap. r It . , _. thsn natd id c*nW per thcu«ri4, composition, fl • «■ •* *■* &«- aid • aew 1 llfeiw;e, aililUe or M ep*. .... . .. txprwMi of our «W« M< . at * h#avy co*t. Our e* wMnES; 1 MU'. > or timer tailim 10 ■ ■ bof mrscrlpllop. H « n«ve dk*«< n loweTer, a onrfsponC.lii* ad v* lire. uap« r. to cost of yrodnroft, wo®, , we- Jiave UeUrmlpH to rfto StM) f« JU trjUuM, at which-s^ Jfttro' this t*at« will *e*nter<Kl. r Wve paid i ,eootlMue ifceu ptpc Nett ♦omnwraien Uli Jeljt if t, at f Which time •mofe a* «Uiy US t dl.rontUW* l' r book*. Wa «r M otfitr * a? tb err#!** 1 , nailer, wh'cb Wffrbe¥ tttr tnd hrnsit to co* oernedluuhw g+V% It e m tie*<o«no HMietv greMO pt to l e obttued to puma* till* ouvrta. We'baVe felt a | r(t% U> JwoOt Inf alokt« rlccs, hoplnu to be *W« to cottMbtt...

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

■t i t \ (If! Mil 1^4) tiliinIM ;! i> v\~§ ■ 1=40. 1 .'IT ,.* > ^*1 fc.\ ionfi3 r. H v wflOLfe rth. 8656 II XXIX—NO. H0TT8T0N , MARCH THE BY PONY EXPRESS, our dpec'iai, dispatches. 4 m Telegraphed from Beaumont. . . Bcaumomt, March 20. « \ ?£D*r* « March 18.—Yesterday morn lug an •metal dispatch arrived her® stating thai two gun- boa:s had pa t Po« Iludaon and wtro then block- ading the mouth of Red River in order to cut rff supplies for Port Hudson In this dltoction . We since learn that the two boats are the flagship Ilartford commanded by Farrsgut in peraon,and the o.hcr is believed to be either the Mlaslsaippl or the Richmond. • LATER. The two boat* hqve left the mouthof Red River an i gone up the Mississippi. Nothing later from Port Hudson tha' la relsble. Several steamers loade.i with supplies have just left for Port Hudson The foilowiug dispatches' and items of news hs.ve come to hand during the last two days. Bmks and staff have arrived at B ton Rouge, their FIe*dquart...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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