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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1863

I|t Cri-88ttkli ®tltgra^ IIOVDTON, TIXAH. !. Mr CVOOra, Mitor and Propria* V*r umntr. fDtETON MURRAH, Of UAlt*I90f> COUHTY. V*r (Mareti, M Dtstrtct. Hon. PETER W. GRAY, OV HARRIS OOtTKTY. „ .. „ ll.lt •R'Mr.rMurf HP Weakly, City HMUtton, Tuesday, end aUnrfiw. at *10 p*r r*arf M*ll lMIU*o, Mon- day, WMo sadiy u4 Vrtdny.at # • pmryear.— for hotk editionsjper quarter, Advertising, Ml Mot* a tin*. AnoonaMmonUper month, -W. Cuk )■ >11 mm In J~\l UnitMuvlU bs charged tor esob Insertion la Mch edition. "Advertisers will pleass speolfy which edition thsy desire their advertisements to appear In. 7T7* Advert lie ri are requested to hand Id their advertisements by 3 o'clock, p. u>., previous to p«h ligation. O* The price of the Telegraph wholesale, I* fiSper leOccplM. Persons desiring to eell la other oitlM and towns, it vol! u upon the rail road*, Mil r***lve then direct from the ottos, postage paid*1 (hit rat*. V WHY VfCKSBVKU WAB PKH3IITTKD TO KAMU Tacktbtmg baa fallea btoaaie tro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 July 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY i^u xtAPH VOL. XXIX—NO. 54 HOUSTON, MONDAY, JULY 20, 186S. WHOLE NO. 8707 IIoirroM, July 14. Kditor Tfegaapk—Horn* ot jour nidtri may ImiifomtHiiaudatktnmay be Ipomtofthe outline of Vekeburg ui He coincldenta, to that a brief aketeb, however hasty and imperfect, may iiMrNltfit< sot iMtnettliw- Viekeburg U tltuatad at the head of a range of bold and rugged liilla, wbieii rl*a abruptly at Oblekaaaw Bayou, and extend with Utile Interrup- tion to Qrand Gulf, Warrenton and the mouth ol Ulg Black. Above Chlokaaaw B*you, the coun- try la an unreelalmed wooded morass, the haunt of the alligator, the bittern and other am pblblous and uncouth creaturee. The Lou I ■Una tbore opposite, preeenu a flat surface partially subject to pveiflow, -and in a man- ner protected from diode of ordinary magnitude by levees. The Mississippi make* one of the men extraordinary bende to be found In lie whole course from the Rooky Mountain* to the Mexloan Gulf. Returning upon UaeH, for upward* of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 July 1863

IEEAH, covvtr. * > 94 IMatrlet. W. GRAY, oocntr. % # MTOATI«I*. I hav* th* *!*•■ Aeeeptlag th* i campe'e" we printed oat a day ifu< oa by Mr. Mrli r aatrok* of war Unsarpaa*- 1, even of Out great M spelean, it svsry *ffe*t made oc oar part sm«ets from the Federal armies la T na M«f and o%th* MMsalppi from being sent eaal. The most natural thing for Bragg to do, If aatlag under order* ef tht* kind Area Mill' wond,weald be to fa Set It Una* If to bo Hanked ,and tluii appear to be forced back, and lo Ule ■mtj draw Ro*eeraas lrreslstably so down. Into Geor- gla and Alabama. Tho fnrtkor ka gota Beiecrini *w y from hi* baae of supplies the ***lerha **n eb'p him whan bo gate road/. Tka further bo got* kin S >otb tbo mora Impoeslbl* wilt it bo tor bin to r tin force Grant, it appear*, la going to *ead tka balk of hli army Worth. If he only doe* that, he will bo uaable torotlettbo trlamphaat progreas of Leo. To bo *ure wo woald rather bo would mora on Mobile,or even Tome, tbango#ort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 July 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY 'ASSS/if VOL. XXIX—NO. 55 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 18G3. BY PONY EXPRESS. our special dispatches. another "victory ! i NIbo .More Cheers for ()«■> Taylor!!! Alrxahobia, July 17, 1863.—On the 13th Inst the enemy came oat of Fort Donaidsonvllle, under Gene. Weltsell and D wight, ind attacked Gen, Taylor. The enemy had4,000 men, and Uen. Tay- lor only 1,500. After a bard light. Oen. Taylor succeeded in driving them back Into the fort. He killed and wounded 500 of them, captured 300 prisoner's and three pleoee of artillery. The abore facte are from Geo. Taylor's official dispatch to hla headquarter! at thli place, tio you can rely upon It. Gen. Green la skid to have displayed the greatest valor, and fought with a desperation which never can be surpassed. The Yankees, 3,500 in number, took possession of Natohes on Monday last, at 3 p. m. They came down on 7 transports. Gen. Lee has had another battle. He captured Harrlsburg, Penn.,and 18,000 prisoners. His othtr batt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 July 1863

nam ®fj* fftlegnrpjj U0V«TW iku . a I'll" I S=A-=- i *2&~- &. JL CtfSiilHG, Editor and PioprtMog. vt-ruor. I MURRAIN OF HAttRIBOR COUKIY. ■H For ( onurcaa. 3d Dl.trlrt Hon. PETEll W. OR AY. OF HARRIS COURT*.. W «kly on Taesuay, *t n per year; Trl • m* M M , Weekly, Oltjr Kd Uy Edition, fi, ~)Mate* lib«. ' if ui l rl: Tuesday, Thursday and I If*11 Edition, Moa. V,lt III par yaai.— „ „ lf, .— flwartef, •«. Advert 1*1 ok, M Mate A lino. Xatumncauenia psr monlh, *10. Owb tp all Man In advanoa. -C'f Advertising will .fee charged tor each Insertion la each edition. Advertisers will please specify whloh edition they dealt* their advirtleemsnte to appear In. 0 Advertisers are requested to band to tbelr advortlaements by 3 o'clock, p. m., prerloua to publication. Till; MTlATlo*. KF The price ef the Telegraph wholesale, it f 13 per 100 ecplea. Persons desiring to Mil la etber eitlea and towns, m well a* upon the rail- road*, ean receive them dlreat from* the office, poatage paid at tb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1863

THE ■ TRI-WEEKLY TU j$,. VOL. XXIX—NO. 5C HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 18G3. WHOLE NO. S709 BY PONY EXPRESS.' OIIR SPKIIUL DISPATCHES* [Telegraphed from Beaumont,J Alexandria, July 19th, 186j. A Urge number of paroled prisoner* arrived yesterday aud the day before, from Vicksburg and Port Hudson. They are nearly all Texlans on their way to their r# p«etl*e homes. Aa a general thing, they are poorly clad. Those from Vlekabnrg report that there are now no Y*mtees In the Little Black river, or Infaot, between theife and the Mississippi. Three persona have arrived here from Natche*. during the last twenty.four hours. One of them Is direct from Klchmond. He bad several late pa- pers when he arrived at Natchez, which he was bringing to his father—a prominent physician and planter threo miles from this city—bat the Yan- kees took ihfin from him. Be states, however, that they coullrmedall the news we have received of the capture of Gettysburg and Harrlsburg, Pa,, &0>.' And further, that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1863

% ®ri-88ttklj ®tlqtayl (•tmrtn, vnua. s. a. nam uih m« PENDLETON MURRA.H, Of BABBUOft COVKTT. UVtrUt. Hon. PBTBE W. GRAY. Ot HARMS eoa*TT. asgSHBS r.grffrr^r'~r'.'a:| IMS Mmli Oft*h IB Adv«rtlatag.wtU bt«k*r|t< tor 4* laccitlen to m* edldeu. idwrtlHti vftl please specify which edition they deck* their itnrtlNBMti to i^fdrli. frr MfirtlMHar* miwUJ to hand to thalr iHgMMMi I>y3 o'eloek, p. prevtooe to B7ThapriM«r the Itltfrifk whelecalc, to • UpcrlM copite. Pmwh detlrtng to Ml) li •tow ttttoi •MtotH.u mlluipoa Ihe rail- roto, MB Itnln iftMB IIimI tm Oto o®oe, pottage paldatthlc rate. ■f oapt a. AMI dM «Hk kmrrli|« of to* bevels, at KtogV JUaehe, ob Hi* 11th tact. I CT Vikin Ik* MewOrteana Eraef Juljrllth glvlag bb —« «b> Of the mftbn •( Vllklb«r| aad Fort Mm. U gtorHat to IIMto «a tot opening ef tbe WieJeelp*!, * d the * redemption of iheSosUVeet firoa tMaeen and rebellion.*' JO* Wt are Indebted to our friend Henry Fer- klne. fcrdellghttol peaehee and grnpcc, grown upon hit p...

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

THJ5 TRIWEEKLY TE. VOL. XXIX—NO. 55 * HOUSTON, MONDAY, JULY 27, 1863. WKOLE NO. S710 < ' FK091 r<CIUI ptP. HtrnoK, July 34th. Seriril paroled Men. bjlo |Bfc to the 24 Tex- as, arrived la town to day, aire* frem Vlcksburg. We had mm eon venation JamA Halllday, a, (Oapt. Christian,) from whom we tern mm further particular*. The eoaiplete Investment took place ou the 18th of May. The enemy tried to storm It two weak*, Mid Boding the place too strong to he taken by derm, they began their miulag and trenching, by which they captured the place. The enemy'* Ion in the alege wa* about 30,000. our lots moat have been abo«t 5,ouo. We bad thirteen brigade* within the worka. The fighting waa terrible, for the last two weeks ration* con*ltted of one-quarter pound of dour, and one-hill pound mule meat per day. Mr. Halllday says mule meat I* tolerable food when one eauaol do better. The follow lag to aa order and requisition for Moore's Brigade the last diy : Orrioa, Caisr or Sobsutikcc ,>...

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

IISPv: ■itsm,** i«fe $ '' Cfee ®ri-?GSttklc Ctltgta^ UOUMTON. TU.\A«. C. H. UOttUXO. Editor *M mpneto* K«r Uvvcruer. PENDLETON MUItltAII, or HARRISON COUSTY. Vw (WifKM, 34 DWrkt Hon. rETEIi W. GRAY, OF IIAKRIB OOUSTT. unr weekly <>■ tu u.n •• p Trt Weekly, city Edition, Tuesday "' Thursday Uii Saturday, it |H mt rwr| Will Edition, Moo- <Sv,We4n«*d«y utd ri<tay,*t gU P*ryeer - For botti edition* per quarter, •«. AdvertWof. ' eeate a Una. iamiMMnu w month, flO. uatto IB all oaoa* la ndvanee. JLll Advertising will be *h rged for *eb Insertion la aaok •ditTen. 4d«*rliiM will pl<«M *prcify which edition they dsslru their advertisement* to appear I*. jry Adrerttaer* are rt<jue ted to hand In their advertieemenii by 3 o'clock, p. m., Vnrlou* to publication. THE •rrUATIOH. Again we feel baoyaut, and It baa mode m glad (o aaa combre but radiant onca mora arlib •■Ilea. We gouthern folk are vary mercurial, reminding ona vary mwh • f Ihe French ehsrocler, only wa do not posisi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 July 1863

v. * " • THE TRIWEEKLYVPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 56 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1863. BY PONY EXPRESS. OIK SPECIAL DISPATCHES. I Telegraphed from Beaumont. 1 iLlliHixu, July 94Ut, 1863. The following dispatches art found In the Cln- oinaatl Commercial of the 8th Inst.; GENERAL MEADE'S DISPATCHES. Headquarters, Armr Potomto. near ( Gettysburg, July 3d, 1803,6:30 r. M.| Major Gen. Halleck, General In Chief: The enemy opened at 1 P. M. from about ISO gnne, concentrating upon my left centre, continu- ing without intermission for about three houri, at the expiration of vhleh time he assaulted my left centre twloe, being upon both occaalon* hand- somely repulsed with severe loss to him, leaving In our hands nesrly 3000 prisoners, among the prisoners are Brigadier General Armlstrad and many Colonels and officers cf lesser_xank. The enemy left many dead upon the field led a large number of wounded In our hands- The loss upon our side has been considerable. Msj. dsn. Hancock and Brig. Gen. Gibbon w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 29 July 1863

Cjjt Kri-SEStthlj ®tUgray|) HOIWTOm, VIXAIt "*—■—— • OOfinva. Editor and Proprietor. r—- For (Severnor PENDLETON HURRAH, Of HABRlSOSi COUNTY. iwmm< Hon* PETER W. GRAY, " O* IIA Kit IS COUNT*. ■ For'both rdl ,at w WW Tri sssssws? ^/rssse t Month 1|H> bock* of hi* day, and few circular* on govern AdvariUtcc vUl fce e£**df£ aaaklneortieri 10 K nch0 ,w the fg _ _ , _ la each edition. ▲d *rtla«i will pl«**e ipeoify wbteb edition they d«*lro iheis advirtlsemtnts to IpJXSftl1 In* ITT Advsrtlsen are requested to hand In th*li adrertUomeoti by 3 o'clook, p. m., prevloas to publication ID* The prloe of the Telegraph wholesale, I* $15p*r lOOooples. Person* desiring to mU in other el tie* and.towns, aa wall as upon the rail road*, can reeelv* tbem direct fro# the office, postage paid at this rate. . r . ■ wa WHAT It RieNlMKO. "The Go,., lature,Infer thousand men t rfi rranted a* on right terms, we cau drire l<a<-k Ibef! Northern hordes, comjuor our lirltpet.dence, i-v-g rnent the fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TEE a it VOL. XXIX—NO. 67 UOU3I0N, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1863. WHOLB KO. 8712 Ulorloue A«atr la LamUlana t • Thibooeadx, July 18,1803. Editor Telegraph ;-Sii: Tbe fortune of war baa •gain crowned oar arm* with oaoof the moat brilliant viotorle* of thl* •anguinarjwuggl*. We here met onee more the pwwr pert of Eanka' army, and glorlou*ly and eignally wae ho defeated. Blnce the attack open Fort Butler at Donaldaon- vllle, by Gen. Green, Bank* has been pouring retoforccmente Into that place, nnttl, on the morn- ing of the Uth, when considering hlmeelf strong enough, Gen. Weltaol commenced an ad ranee movement from the Tort down the Bayou La- fourche. Our advanoe met him, and In the even- ing be drew baok Into the fori. On the morning of the JSlh be advanced In great force, and drove our plckete before him, and the advance (Qreen'e Brigade,) fell elowly back before them. On the morning of the 13th, a general advance wae made by the enemy, when Gen. Green deter- mined, with his u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1863

&|t Kri-MttMj Siltgtavfe HOUSTON. VMMAi%. *. a. OVBMlMtt, Editor an* Proprietor jror Wovefmer. PENDLETON MURRAH, or naatisote couitTY. r*r ("auriHi 3d Dlotrtet Hon. PETEB W. GRAY, Of HABBIS OOUKTT. ITT Weekly on Tae.oay, at *« per J**/ I Tri- weekly, City Edition, To friday,at «lt per yoar.— lty Edition, Tuesday, ®k*i«a*r.«•* at 918 per g* r ( Mall Edition, Moa- quarter, f8. Advert!*!! 1*1 nf, htirdir, * day, Wedn**day M4 toef^iw^SeweBUper mouth Oa*h to all ewe* in advance. AM ' Adv*rtl*lnf will h* charged for raeh Insertion ta each edition. Advertisers will pl«**e *p«clfy which edition th*y deilre ihelr advertisement* to appear in. TO" ArtTertUom are reqneated to hand in their advertt*«meati by 3 o'clock, p. previous to pahiioaiton. s law the Adnlnlf ID* Preaching at the Baptist chuch at li o'cloek and night, nest Lord's day, by aidei Win. Carey Crane. iry We reeelre many oomplainls from Hemp- stead, Anderson, IlantoTUe. die., that our dally eabserlbfra do not receive their pap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 August 1863

TRIWEEKLY 1 HjjLJJju AHA.1 -tl« sai'ulu cz VOL. XXIX—NO. 58 HOUSTON MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1863. WHOLE HO. 3713 A v An ■un wi«n aonaation rumort. i n woi o publication only *aoh m itemed entitled to i It, and yet even these, 1 finer dispatches i< all correct, need confirmation. I ret.z pur Letter from Ateuskxi*. ALtXANPaiA, July #8d, 1803 Hlnce the Ml of Vlcksburg, thU town baa been Ailed with testation ramori, I have tent 00° for " 1 cred are it I Correct, need confirmation. I rel.t purlieu larljr to Gen. hee't movementi. There U a fool lib love of notoriety—a morbid desire to attract attention from erowdi, which teems to Influence ulne-tenthe of nil who arrive here from the Kut to deal out false ramori, whloh have not the chad . ow of a foundation, and in a great majority of oaMatherelalleraof aueh Ilea must know when relating them, that they are such—and nothing else. A man muat cojne well endorsed, hereaf- ter, before I give oredenee to hia itatemeoti, or honor them with a traniml...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 3 August 1863

mam mHHK Cjjt Cri-8BtthIj StltgrayM UaVITON, TKX1>> *. a. couuaa. Mtu* ik PENDLETON MXJRRAH, Of HABSIfOS COOHTY. V«r (MINM, M District. Hon. PETEB W. GRAY, or iiarris oousfr. a Mb a aii Advertising will b< chargcd for *a«h insertion la eaeh edition. Advertiier* will piwN *p«elfy whiob edition they deiir* U*lr advertisement* to appaur la. iry Advertiser* ara re«e**tod to hand la thatr advertisement* bjr 3 o'oloek, p. a., pmlou to pablloaiioa. ]I7 Th* prloa of tfca T«legvaph vholeaale. la tttperMOeoplei. Pirwai detlring to aall la other elite* and toast, as wall m upon tbe rail* road*, aut raoalre them dlmt bract the office, portage paid at thli rate. •St. Ool A. M. Bobby baa oar thank* for ftvor* O* Oca. Taylor wai la Alexandra on ths 84th alt. 19b We art Indebted to oar fri*ud lit. Ot. CotikUn, fir a lot o( toU Northern ptpara. ITT A f lattara for tka Tasaa K*gltn*nU la Loalilaet will raash than If tent to Ool. A. W Speight at Liberty, by at at Wtdnetday. 0gr Baa the advert...

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

> ► A., THE TRIWEEKLY A. ^ lUJJJUVJI XVXL PH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 59. HOUSTON, FKaa-worship, CcMecMd wlifc Ike War. "Except the Lord build tbe hon e, they tabor lu ▼•In that bum Hi except tbe Lord keep the city, tbe mteamtD walketh butTln vaiu."—Ps.CXX. vll. "If It had uot beru for the Lord, who was on al4e when men ro e up agatust 01, then they bad •wallowed us up quick, whe i their wrath was klnoled against us; then tbe water* h d overwhelmed u« tbe stream bad tone over our nonl: then tbe proud water* bad gone over our aoul. Blessed be tbe Lord who bath not given ui a prey to their teeth. Our " i la la tbe r n>e of the Lord, wbo made Heaven help la la tbe ran e of tt •ndfearth."—Ps. CXJC. Iv. When tbe children of I- „ _ rael demanded • king, God declared, "they have rejected me that I should uot reign over thorn." and lie directed Baniuel to "protest solemnly onto ihem" how their kings would oppress and enclave them, so as to deter them from their de- maud and to peisusde them to ...

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

Cfe Cri-SJttMj Ctlfgtsvl) . nOVMTOn, TEXAS. & x. oouuas, mum m Proprietor 'VMlrra L?*' i ; yean Tr1: MH nou;, Thu radar and P*r nw| ||all Edition, Mun aad Friday, at $ie p n«tr - ££8&£S&SSE ,ICP.Adv**tl**ri or* r«qu**Ud to hand la their ygSy* b* PW'10" *• KT Th. yrU* of tho Ttbtgnph • M per 100 MflN, IMW deelrtnf to Mil 1* other (Mh and town*. H w*U a* upon U* r*H- rood*, Ma nmIn tkem *lr t tmm 4he otic*, poauge paid at ttklHt. , ~TMM ILICTXM. I *~ih*r*mUa* far a* cm . fr* W M* If. There vii The following 4 th W Total Ch*nih«r*.8; Gentry, l ; ! totter Llp*coaib, 82; MrDou*Itl, J. urrah, ft r* '£b tockdal* 2 ; 71 { Bex •j Sb*!ly, 9 } Crosby. >«, j townee,3$ tihepard, 60; Holland, .... ,10) Buah,lit. For amendment, 44: egalnat.7. 9Uihu HtLL—Obemhore, BS ; M urrah, 48; 8tookd«l*, H: Klttreli, 50| Harden. 111 Sentry, 10; Herbert, Tit Townee, S3; 8bepard,.l3; Velder, 79; Holland. W, Bbllvill*—Chamber*,80; Herbert, 77: Towne*, 3} Holland, 65: Bheuard, lit Teld*r,4. MiLLtoiN...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY TELJiUjxAPH. * VOL. XXIX—NO. 60 HOUSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1863. UIW Of—> iMt rf We in inditM to. i Mend wo paroled Vicksburg, for a copy of the Mobile Bvenlng Now. of July U. ft cm which we take the following arti Cl*i: jaauon. tZiSK to jSwledow end prepare tbe public tor the Wanf thatnlaoe.ai.dtf thl* our oph Ion was baaed SooMTWecUllntornutloii- We answer at ouce, nStkar the one nor the other. We have no new* from llikion that's not tavorable, and we believe John- ■tenwUl hold It, when In other hands It would bave Alien. The careful and Intelligent reader l-as dis- covered the tree drill of our paragraph. Itsotj.ct was to portray the difficulties by which Johnston nad been surroaudedislnce he was hastily ordertd to Mle- alsslupl. and arrived In Jack to a Juitt In time to lead the fow troops then gathered there out of the city In one direction, while Graut entered Iromthei oppo- site. Vicksburg was virtually lost when General Johnston reached Mississippi. It was l...

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

8$r Cri-tSSetMs Ktltgrapb ■kvmii. this. Mt fiSkKMU P— iHMli AlWrtMil «UI toikufM la«Mk eittfoa. MtdilNn whtehettteathey dealre M Advertliiug, ■>nth, kit*. to. tor MMhlBMVtlM Will pleaae ipeeliy their advertisement! to ]£J 44Ttttteem are reqaeeted to hand to thilr tta by 3 o'clock, p. m.. prevloui to BT Tbe prioe ef Mm Telegraph wheleeale, to • llper IMecplaa. Peraoae deilrlng to Mil In •tow. CitlM aadtowaa.ae well as upon tberali- (Mia, Ma iitow them «ml from the oflioe, poUege paid at thM rate. IITTilMHltoaaytoflto«# to noway now ef leading letter* mim> <! • Mlaalaelppl. raoil KA«T OF THE lUISUMSIPI'l The following additional item* ar# taken from lb* Mobil* Newt, of Jul/ 15tb : T«i nouiiin or aaa. Lie. The Mow York Trlbaoe pale ferth the following very prominentJy M to* programme of 0*n. L**, The Baaaaiae Paocaaa— A Dfritr I'ut Through.—Tb* tot* or tb* deaerter In generally death by tb* ballet; but * eyatein deemed uiore bumiu*. bat by no mum leu terrible Id bolb It* moral...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 August 1863

VOL. XXIX—NO. 01 THE TR1-WEEK.L ^ /h / f Ys: GRAPH. HOUSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1863. 1 WHOM *0. 8716 W-' BTPONT EXPRESS. HI SPECIAL DIIF&TCBES. The following dispatches should btv# been tele* graphed fiom Beaumont last Thursday evening, but iheatoitu unfortunately Interrupted the working of the line. Weieeelved them yeeterdey (Sunday) by the train,ItMlf delayed tor the same canse, over 40 hours.—Bo.Tjo,, AuiuiUt, August 4.—Official Information has been recel* ed here that Gen. Johnston'* rivalry now reoccupy Jackson, Raymond and fort Glb>on. His artillery and lnfautry are at Menlton. 10 miles east of Brandon. Gen. Johnston himself Is now In Mobile, and his army 1* commanded In his absence by Gen. Hardee, whose oorps has reinforced Johnston's army. Grant's army la on the Big Black, and uniem a' por- tion cf lt la on tha way to Mobile, via Paboagoula. whioh Is surmised, his army on the Big Black nam* bers about 80,000, while Johnston's numbers 43.000. It Is reported that Roaec...

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