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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 10 August 1863

f|t fif-PttMs CchgruvV. o n«Ton. raxna. month, *1 will ptwu apoclfy r ilfitwtnnu to agpiatB. • ' Advertise ra *re reqaeatod to hand la tk*tr by 3 o'clock, p. a., pravtoM to JO>Tk«priMof th* Telegraph whol** l*. I# • lSpwlMooptoa. Vwaoa* deairto* to Mil in otter ettlM and torn*, m w*11 ii upon th* mil- roada, *an reo*tve th*m direct treat tfc* i pottage paid at thl* rate. ■ .——<* - Tin — Aatonlo C«miCT Rc*eintto* Tho *p«ho h* tea Aaf nlo e*rr*a*y reads ttona la admirable. tad It* eSect will, wa hope, ba good, a* Cor m the prednoer* «( toe aaaaaaaflaa •f ltlk aw concerned. Bat wa tar* aa amend mast to ngfaat la aeeorfanee with the vl*w* wo have arced elmeatfrom we*h to waak aiaaa thla war began, nay, even for yaan before. It U that lit Miiatiir mutt it iMbymd«a( </ < <«/«« '• v. ■ 8a loaf aa oar people vtll ia $ foreign good* at any prtaa,]uat u long will that ha Imported. Tho* good* e« «Hr ba hongit Aw iptala. ttay ara aold tor Confederate money, and It la of eoaraa th...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 62 w U8TON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1863. WHOLE NO. 3717 BY PONY EXPRESS. OCR SPECIAL DISPATCHES. (.Telegraphed from Beaumont.1 ALEXANpaiA, Ant. , I8W:—The Yankee* mad* an- otbtr mo*t turloua > haige on our fortlttcatlo « at Obarlettoo on th S4lh nit., but ware again repnbed with treat lo««. Morrla and Folly It-lauds ar# still to our poaaeatloD, the enemy havit* been forced to re- cede ftom them. No fltber dWpatchea. H. P. Letter from Alexandria. Alixambim.1 Angu*t2,1883. "TBI SITUATION." cape him. This oaptlon haa become so familiar, that 1 pro- pose to adopt U for odm. Situated aa I am 1 can So nothing feaa. and 1 trait that my reader* will ^Snd their altnatlon impioved, after they.read what follow*. To begin: ■ ocr armies. General Lee'*army haa recrossed the Potomac, and I* again In Virginia.. The Yankees claim that he waa defeated In Pennsylvania, and driven out Of that State. Oar own papera say that he wa* not defeated—that the battle at ...

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

' m fri-JSHttklj feltjrs^ ■OV8T0N ynr{ Trl SS Vf v c MUM. ■ t,OS*J*I .««* , ,*V . • iwi &***« * ■&«*• B ' • < "V T^f i >ta c* ifcfc | fM j„ i VI M drolro Mr advertisement* to to hood la «Mlr • p. m., provtoos to ■;,", i| , ." i V ■ " ' Tk pilN*r M Tilegraph wfeolaaale, la _ Bift trl 0*opU*. Ptrsoni detlrlng to sell in I tlkMHUW MNtMTM.u ««UM>pM lh*r*U. ioi4i, oaa rmlT* am 41ml (m |kt •Cm, poatag* VaUaltblpmto. ' ... . : ,, ■. JO W*r*crotW boobllg*d to aooouaoe lo our WMW «tou Mr. Oom, whtM pen bos given sq, •Mb Ufa aad lataroot to on column* tor dleoeotl*a*d bla eoscsetlon with Maftpn. Wo look upen bin aa ooo of tbo na*ofUo Rata, a man who** Influence tor Wia p**p*0 wllly*t have oaaaalaoto thank if, Urn may year* to (om. Wo hav* booa j oMof blaMaoototloa with a* I* the Tele- gngA.eadshaU bo gIM II ataagr totwa tin* bU ' , oliyuMtasaaaandbla foaling* will permit him to , ooaaiyylhoaaat UmtlsalwaypanlolMm. WW. '$ <Mw v '\f Ml^4 Utfiu i/i4 . >'l • . I jj .pyflW',...

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

\ / / THE TR1-WEEKLY ThidjDrnArH. k VOL. XXIX—NO. 03 'v . HOUSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, m3- WHOLK HO. 8718 % latter from Alexandria, La. iuulMUi August7th, 1803 For the sake of variety, I Mod 70a • lot ofYan kM "news," copied from the Memphis Bulletin •r the 94th—fo«r dayeAater than My yet forwyd ed Atom Yankee authorities. Some of them ar UBomially rich and raoy. Here they are : Com. Porter baa undertaken to keep down the guerrillas, and pruvtnt the rebel squads from pleating batteriee to interrupt the navigation of the Mississippi river 1 Bo he h«s arrived to the dignity of a" iteamboat porter" after all. Weil he will have a nice time while earning hie porter age. Hero Is his Arst order " Steamera deatined from Cairo for New Or- leana with merchandise, shipped and permitted aooordingto law, will be convoved through to Vicksburg,flrom whioh place * sufficient foroe will be ready to etart every Monday moraine to give protection to the oonvoy. No vesael will be per- mitted to go down t...

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

rixA . u raatMMif.H fl per jMr; Tri- Kdlttoa, Tuesday, Tfcuredajr and "* pr |Nr| Mall Rditlon, Mod- ill Mb|,M |M per year.—- •Mrouster, |t. Advertising, AOMMMMMBtaJMr month, *10. veiUslng will be charged for eaofctoseitlba «h edition. IdTirtlim will pUaae sp«eH> Bt> edition they daaire toelr idfHtlMmiiU to ertlaer* are rtqociltd to tort ta ihslr artlaemant* tv 3 "*6 llcalloa. ?, _ 's prod let of ths tj, rtntMi •V- ' J^C?He rloe of too Telegraph wholes*lo, U ]• IB por lflQoeplei. Pm«m desiring to Mil In cltMi woll ss upon the roll- •, can tMritt toon dlreot from the offloe, TDDPaUTLlM MLKINti. uij evils rssalttogto soolsty from war. and promt Rent among toem staid* ey on a part of the people to imp eel, aa4tfaader. }*f r*real the ami, toat toll diapoaltlon ■•ally all toe revolutions of lthasprck ed a record, and our o n rev kaa furolu^i abanda&t proof, toat, as a to tbe charge aa have Atyi. taajr bo obarltably earnest desire of toe psaoe restored,to- ( of toe pnbllo Mrtotnl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 August 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 64 HOUSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1863. WIJOLJi NO. 3719 4- Lettoi from Alexandria. < I) tuui **!*• *■ ri6D«* . SimtUa SimUUui Curantur. Albxandbia, August 0,1809. According to U doctrine# of ilxnnemun and hie followers. "like cores like,'" or, to opeak more classically,"the hair of the tame dog car** kit bit*." A* I h*r* lately lent you one batch of Yank** Ilea, 1 oannot do lew than tend you anotner for oonelsteocy take. The following I have culled from that abolition organ—the New iub|,ofr' Orleans 1m, of the 29th: Diapatbhe* to the Era. Haw Yoax, Sunday July 19.—Tbe (Use at Obarleaton i*progressing well. It was stated at Port Boyal that Gen. Saxton had reoelved Infor ■nation of the capture of Port Morgau and Cum mine's Point Battery, whleh put Morris and Pol- ly Islands both in our possession; but tho latest direotnews, report* Gen. Olllmore (till attack ins theie two rebel fortlflcatlona. There 1* lome itIrrise nova from the Army of itli th...

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

jjMwtrt WW hJtoii UmtlManU by 3 o'clooh, p. m., prevloew to JO* The price of ttt Telagraph wh*l*aal«, to ftfperlOOeoplea. Pm M daelrlng u eell la otber cities and total, as w U ai upon the rail- road*, aaa receive tkaai direct from ha offlcs, gostagepaUatthlamM. OPtt OAUHK. Warn told thatlkere art ton a penoas "*• state wfce ara dailrima of riving ap Ute aaaMM.— Thai their number are comparatively tow hau ifaatedby theknowledgeof every reade*oflhl paper. Ra ooa maa aaa point to half a 4«aM nab la bl* ae* aalatanee of aa am luaM. aalaaa Ilka sova jperaon who la of lb category Who are those persoas 1A0 ara thus ready to despair of the BtpabUo I Ara they those whose blood tea fcaan Aral by the contest, and *h* hero joined lathe battle ebout on the glorious ielda ef the graetwrolotlonf Ara they thaaawhoaa property haabeea freely spent for thetr country and thto adble undertaking! Arm the* those whoae beloved are new beneath the sod, and Ibe bleed of whoia haa added eo much to the sacred...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY VOL. XXIX—NO. 65 HOUSTON. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19,1863. <*RAPH. 7' WHOLE MO. <720 ALL SORTS OF NBWB ITBJM. Alexandria, Auguat 10,1863. "Gamma," the Puis oorreopondeut of thaN. O. Pleayune, aayt: HMwri. ■■ill* Brlanger A Co., the eminent bankers here, bar* presented to the Confederate Btates *50,000 la gild. I* that not "'Su'wYoax, July 21 —Gold opened at 24%, and closed at^toaft. July . JTwaa onoUd * to MX. Starling Bnohange eloeed at 138 to 13 . Here la the lateet reoelved concerning Morgan. Kaadara ahould bear In mind the souroe from v hi ah It MutUe: Cmcumtu July 91—10 p.m.—The following haaJuat"earn received from Gen. Burnslde'* Headquarters: Heabquartbrii U. B. Forces, 1 IN TBI Plain, Gxoroe's Creek,> July 30—9 p. h. ) To Lieut. Col. Bichkonb, A. A. O. t—We ehaaed John Morgan and hla command over fifty mllea to-day. After heavy sklnsUhlng tor ■}*•* oven hours, between the 45th Ohio, of OoL Wool- ford's Brigade, which waaln the advance, and the aaetay, we ane...

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

Cgt ffMRttlli CtUgr^ H9VSTON. w. •M on. Mo*- Month, *M>. for taohlntertito A4«rtlMi will pleaae tp««*> dttlre their adv*rtl*ee>*nU to yHKi . „ •rpw it. v' '"">■* • in- Adv*rtl**rt art r*qut*ted to htad in their idVwtiMMMU by 3 o'clock, p. m., prevlout to •& ■ * rn-.Th* prion of the Telegraph wholesale, to «lSporl90«opie*. Pmoiu detlrlng to teU In eiuoo aad to n , u well M npon the reU- ££,*?I***# tM «"et fro. ih. one., po<tW nl4ntmn to- jy Mr. Cb* .0*bary wlU ple**e*end aa hto iMmi, and Inform u what hto reatlUan** w lor. - '• ' ■ i ' ! ■ > - I0.MO WORK MSN. We have before urged the employment at negro on in piheeaf detailed ooatetlpte. Wo have Hon food authority tM not lea* than font thouaand eontcrlpt* m nt preeeot detailed la this Suto alone. Soma oar there aro eight to ton thonwnd, Taking tl o milln wnilNt. wo Sad a little army, capable of defending a territory Ubaonra ««ilnit tan Uioniand invadert. em* ployed la peaceful tervlcet, while oar aathoiltle are ...

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

THis, TRIWEEKLY VOL. XXIX—NO. CO fit 1" T1 O! i r. ■ a V? * ^ /' v / HOUSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1B6K •v. L WHOLE NO. 3721 VKOJnN.ORL.BANM AND TUB NORTH. We are Indebted to Col. Bates, who UJaat from Louisiana, for a New Orleans Era of Aog. 3d. From It we take the following Intelligence: The Era la Jabllant over the proposed re-opening of the trade by the river. It say* a new clasa of busi- ness man will take the ulace of the old, men who have been educated to a lalth lu the unity of the nation etc. It continues: Cotton must be brought forward to an Increased extent—If not thin year, then the next. The country bordering on the great river la very productive in the staple, and plantations will be cultivated. If not by their ola proprietors, then others must take them. More than ouo-tUlrd of the total crop of the United Elates Is grown within a ahort distance of the Mis- sissippi and Its trlbutarlo*, and the obvious benefits of a large crop next year, at least, are not likely to be ov...

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

J|jt fri-fSttUe tt imumwn* t**a . 111 ooTSVi AdvertUl m nm aimir« If. AdTiftWif lTUT"^*' ••nUl'*1"' will be charged 'or each Insertion AdeSKE will pl~~ sp*>tfy thtf desire their advertisements to I ■ Mfirllimirt requested to hand lp th*lr its by 3 o'clock, p. m., prevlou* to ••I** w Rcun Together. V«UllMdt dayor tVo since with * gentleman who tad recently erossed the Mississippi, end in mniH'l the state of the country, ho exclaimed, m What it tit Mlltr en <M 1M1 / '* riwerl 111 qucetion hu several Matron according to til character of persone you addressi If yon ask a former, he will tell yen Ihe menhanta and gov- am ■out destroying tho country, and ere weakening Ma faith to tha float roaalt of things. If you converse with tho soUllen, they *UI Mil fM tho otutod apcoolatora aro tha onaa who,Ilka Jonah, ahooId bo aaat overboard If tha vaaMl la eipeeUd to waathar tho etorm. Talk to merchant, tradar, tpeoalator, auctioneer, negro trader, and thay will wonder you canoo'. aeo t hey ...

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

TRIWEEKLY houston, monday, august 24, 18c3. no. *: - V V' by ponxjexpeess. OUR .special ./ ITclegraphed from B«jBmonW) . alkianoria, August b.-Mollle HWJ * « • jutb, and New Otleens pepert ofthe lltn, *•*« 1 Charleston, ^agnit C.—H l JlUlo®rIn* **" v thielly front oar ujortMi #g*ln>t tha enemjr. ! * l^t^rt^we oaptured * Yankee barge i iniug a brij *owtt*er end *® " uAmli MW V«r6 killed. No IOIB OU Ov tide. ^hefcargebal^W0*10 th* y*nk«« ,r,g*j2 ' 4M"1' 0-—A. gentleman trUta v > T?,lJ!£t&mkS£*1 Johnsou reviewed throe \ai .ivlllaMjJJJ~~ln fraDt ot the Capitol, and iiegro rtj^mwU ry highly. He sold he had complimented th< ^ ^erc tUe e<1uals gf white tw j u ''®J^T hn>uion proved It. map, tad Jto* •*" 6.-Another cavalry fight took Rica o*B, *"*.41011 on tho 4th ln*t., uetween plate at mmn« a Beckham's horse artillery, Must's Yankee cavalry nd IS piece* place Yankee In the 3d fromio'olook until nltht. division was within a mile of the r killed and 18 wounded. This fight ...

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

ft f f ,* TEX AH. a. cmm. rln tfcMrged tor Bee, • o*n, or will be subje- rhng party there, that Tboagh oil oar cities 1 Ui; b* to the hand! of the Smy without the country, and th« whole pops Lalioa o4 the North eo«l4 not oecapy tbe territory of Umi Booth. 0 If we had "peacefully separated," the balefnl H>- Cueocee of Taakaa tbootofy, Yankee tanat!cl m.and Yankee uoUonf, wouU have been eortlnually felt and eoailnueUy demoralised ua. fhl- war bavre- vaoVstl tha true charaotar ot onr nortban. neighbors, and developed the U'ent Letters from Alexandria. ■asss w desire the* ■ am IA by 3 e'etoek, . m >• * I ^•taifcarille* * ,, T, MMniitjiwtni V«u««HMIa °*VV'- W. ■!« .MJj*?** Tur-''-r" «We, for a na bar <5? l*i* papar« from teT^an Ue UiJorl Ota Mtoslmlanl ' hlN prophets of a TBI BUOLTR. aunM au<J rejtoaroaa oi the people and oouatry of tbe loath. ThU war haa MM ae teif-rellant and Independent lb oar eharso tarwhtlton, and banished (rem aiuouc us to a great extent that apetblc an...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY VOL. XXIX—NO. 89 IOUSTOB. FRIDAY, AUGUST 38/ 1863. WHOM HO. 3724 Lottsr from Alexandria. iLiniDiii, Aaguct >1,1683. The Ml or Vlekebarg and Pert Hudtea M a dUoppol**- m*B t—nothing mora. Thnlr fall baa drlvOB o* at laat to the count we ooghtlo have pursued at firat, luetoad ef lavlU- log n mu*h time, expense ana expectation, not to aayoenj Adduce, ou strong fortification*. W* muat bow roly :on guerrilla ptiUti, which «UouU be (cellared all ajetg Ut Mississippi, at. every vulaerablo point. If drivco from oae section, we should bo piepired to flee to another, end tlius continually keep u|> a continual'and effeotlve fire oa every •raft that attempts to pan* up or dawn that Ueroaghfore. J nm sorry to lee that several Tankii) ateamera have already "made the trip" from at. Louis to New Or learn*, tine# the foil of Vlekeburs-, although Revert! of them weae pretty well riddled by oar *harp-(hooter . A few more at the right polnta would have prevented entirely theie (uce*...

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

~.T_V i . 1 Ho*. C*l*b CaabYng iken addreeetd the ijjt £n-®Wd| H«V IION« tbjlam I'^r wEEv*0** SVwST%£*8* WX Vnd 12^. « UU Bdltton.Mo*- fc^jffedUU*. p*r jut#?.' V**1' A? «rtw f. -0.U, 3. oiSr 5 * mm to*w**- -tax Advertlclng will Mobtrfti for taeh lutertfon u t,,h edaioN. Ad««rll«M will pl«M •**,[' tbtobedUtonthey de.ire theirUv.riU.menU to ''nTUrirtton ere r*n*Mtod to head ilrtillHanU by I *'etoek, p> m., prevtoae *> pa to Ileal lea. ID* Ul •• r,ftMh °°r patriotism. !•* u* hav* ■ great War Meeting la Hooaton elan early day. Lot ihe people MMmbl* from all ports of th* Stat* U4 d.voU on*day to their eoantry end to placing Texaa rlght..j n the reaord Ib thla hear of dark accc- Wo have not tad p. war meeting In thli auto for ever two your*. Let «• *11 *•* tog*th*r oltlaoai and loldltri, tad oodmII tor lh* jmbli* ■ atoty. Wo wanta m**ttng that thall mrpaw In nambtrsaad *h*ra*t«r*ny m**tlng *v*rb*tor« h«ld In Uo Stilt*— if not la th* Soath. Lot ui hi vo twenty IhouMod of th* p*opl* h...

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

Ml Wt Lire *11 Prnmi r Die all BMtmV Iiroa bain surprised ill grieved fully to hearihe nit of mm Id railway ears, on ateM* —is and at hotels, concerning the affairs of oar country. It. a seems U> prevail among i certain class of tiling of s<-lflsh despondency which la quite deaf to calls or _onor or pairtntUn. True, you hear maay men—trn«- fsarted, whole-souled man—apeak out boldly lor the prose- Eution of this war tc the bluer aud. Thera are thousands of .such, thank God, whu are willing to spend their Uat dollar rand to die In the laat ditch ralher than the glorious ship of Ltate should b« surrendered. Bat there are not wanting, at this crisis, faint-hearted. milk and older patriots, who are hoard to say that, "The Confederacy la gone up the spout"— -Old Lincoln haa got ua on the hip"—wWe had better eavo in"—and other elegant expletive* and phrase^, whereby they aliow their own abamn ana leek to hide the travail ot tneu ooeardly aoula bahlod the shadow of our lata reverses. ...

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

<• \ Cri-JERttklj! VVWRTOIV* THAI. I, nit •I* la I iue IINI r±S *. ft. COalUOM. nrr waotiy •• a* yaar T I- Wwklr, Oily Mllto) TiwU;, Thnisday u< Aatari*}, It |H |M [M-| Mall Edition, Yom- w.iiiiftlif aad nMu.at Wwiiir.- fvWi 'dltteae Mr quarter, •*. Advsrtieiag, 3K> iwlil Baa. taiiiiiaiiili Mr Malta, U>. OMb to all NMili irMM. Ill A<>«tW*f«nt be charged -tor saeb loanrtloa la imI edition. Advertlsere will plaa** spedtr wklah edition Ikay 4nIn thalr Mrntliianti to ifpula. ]EfMT«rtlHnir«tHMiMI kul la ikili M«iiUuat tt by 3 4'«Nk, p. a., yrnlou M pwblleartoo. THI raUfOBID WAR mKHINU. We are glad to *ae that tka saggedloa ore great war meeting meetethO favor of aoarly • « man wllh wkosa wa kave ooaversod. W* bopo all who l« invar li will pat their (boulder* to tke wheel, aad by personal effort, by correspondence ami '« /otherwise, aaaara tba largest possible notoriety of the Met, aa wall aa attendance upon th* *• ■ Inf. #nek a nacting la oalcuiated to do vaat gt*>d ...

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

THia TRI-W EEKliJ t /. 6styy \J* JLl/ APH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 71 K0U8T0R, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1883. WHOLl WO. 5726 BY PONY EXPRESS. 9VH SPECIAL DISPATCHES. [Telegraphed from Beaumont.] Alexandria, Aug. Sttih. A few days (toe*, several solulers belonging to General Greet* comrraud, finding them olv*s iu want ftt hard Ore-ad, weiHoverto Berwick's Bay, wbero about on# hun- drid aul fifty of Wataell'e division h#.v«. for.!9eu tiiem Lint af Killed, Woundnd ui MlaalBg la Wail'i Tex*.* I.rglnu. at Vlrkehura, from the ITibtrnim to ike 4th of anljr, ltj«3. Laoton STjurr—Killed—Lt L Papi*ndl*k, AAA, John fcimmon*, attached. Wounded—H Kv*raberg, uusiolaa, ae rarely. , 1st Battalion inr&ntayi Lt Col E Ylmmons cominand- ln« Field aud Buff— Kit led—Msj A Cameron- Wounded LtP ri Graves, Adj1t, slightly. Company A—Oapt K £ B tiling wommaudlng—Klllod—It W K Upton 5 privates, W J Shepard, John Hayes. Wounded --Capt S ft Boiling, tligtr.ly; Serv't T W Dolan, F Apsrc, G W PurluU, slightly ; Mitchell...

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

X|p cri-®a«Ws a0v«T«Ni vhm. & H. CyUXRt. lUlordsy, iJ|Mp«r mr| Mall WlHWiMw- far be* editl*** er ii^uuty ••. Adv*<rtl*U|, M mbm a 11a*. I'*r mentk, . Cash IB *11 MM* 1 advance. «0 Advertising will k«ehiri<< for saeh iBserttoa ta each odltfcB. Advertisers wilt pleaa* which edMee they desire thslr advertisement* to appear la. . ITT Advertisers are r**pe*tod le baad to taelr adv*rtU*mealt by 3 • , p. nu, prevlou* to p«bll«attoB. ______ JOHN HOOK'S MHKF. We tlik wl pMinh4 ll>« nenee of Patrick Henry, thai H mint bo directed against a «)M* o ellUens of whom *e hav* had frequent oeoat'.en to mention *ta** this war eomm*nc*d. W* wish It ww# la oar powsr to 4rits la lack a maaaer, tkat tola *amo oUm might b* h*U ep la th* a r •ad Indignation * lb* world, a* *«« tka femou* John Beak, «ka« PalrUk Henry, to drawtag th* plttore o( a happy tormlaallen ,t the war, aod the r*)ol*lagi of the patriotic, a* they cried *«l far •• Washington and Liberty." am. Hook's dla- eerdaat voice h...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 September 1863

i J>1 RIWEEKLY Tk PR. VOL. XXIX—NO. 72 ttOOSTON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1803. WHOU HO. 8727 BY PONY EXPRESS. SUB SPECIAL MSl'ATCUES. • [Telegraphed from Beaemont.] 1 Alixhsbma. fapt. 1, IMS — No later 0>u federate tapers lisve | (.,v# 1. M**r Imk, Aug 19.—the T IW • hs* tho . ' . ae dqn.a.T.. T>ere are emphatic *?'< p oni V« £ "m* - wii'i «iB«! Jf-.YV'r Trojptt toft Altxai.d'W f r Vo k. Mi • will tK.ut tje.. f I ,JTha lime not having arrived f- r ana.lv4.nM on ttlcBniom1. tl.4- Ar .iy ot iht Potomic will pfob*W) rjiur 1 to i ul t« tia.irer Wi-h lalton n. d?i. dr'at aua >te It >« of the Potomac, an.' alter the orwrntlO'ic a> tbodouth£ v be*n ►u<«e^'u!, wilfteuew its uia'cl on ibe re*ai Capitol, la conjunction with t,-« op. upyioachtug troni °t^V>Tlma«' a*y«i acodtdlng I* Iha advices front the army to-nUbi, ibe t<up.e«aiOB pre vails ill at tbe wbeis aro prepa ri0K for a cavalry movement on oar rear, to destroy our railroad* Letter Lorn Ketches. Wai.innTOH, ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
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