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

ftri-SiHtcJilj! Stltgrsjfl (IfatJSTON, TESA1. C «; CDHaftHi. Eiine* *ad eroqrAXir TW? TTp Weekly Oil VU< «>*0, . Weekly, City Kdit.ou, Tuaeday, Thui*d y and K^feWjs m,-«s. rasfe F« Mh trtliiowi per qaarttr, S. . Advertlaiog, HMttt line. An oea**went* p*r month,* 10. Qssh in sli mwIiUtum. J It AdrirtWrf will be ehtrftl for ««ch Insert!** la vncb edition. Advertisers will pl«aa« apuctfj which edition they 4eclr* their advertisements u appear In., TT7* Advertisers aw requested to band hi th*lr advertisement* by3 o'clock, p. m., previous to pabltcaitou.^ '■■ ^ ■ CdUlR FKKMKNTATtOIV. 4 On Wodaeatlaj avonlofth*r* wm quite « tflcplay la our aitjr, cauied by th« presentation ot a beau- tiful stand of color* lo th* 3d Teiaa Kegimenl. This regiment ha* bean nattt recently stationed at BvOwaavM*. Sons months slno«, the eifle«!ns at that plaeo, detlrou. af giving the regiment 4 testimonial ofthalr appreciation of (ho food4a fcavlof and gallantry of the reglmont, determined to preftsat' th...

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

THla TRIWEEKLY T jtL. VOL. XXIX—NO. 73 HOUSTON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1863. WHOM HO. 3728 Model lav Barracks, hear P*t«e «d*o. Va, | April 83. low. ) Editor Telegraph Believing that the °fJ** Texas troop, otpttrtd at Arkansas Tost oili the 1 Hb of Jw- u rv, 1893, are Id citron* of knowing the fatality pi tne uton while In prison at Camp Douglas, Chloago, Illinois, between the 20th of Jan., at which time ,*eftrrivt k*h « P the first day of April, when we ler.; ■& per to have the most extensive circulation, we most.reepeet Ihlly ask that you publish the following list of deaths whioh we copied from the record kept at the prison- D r.gTEWARI, iirfwn WthTexit Iiftttr^i THOMAS 0. FOSTER, Ase't Surgeon. George W Hawkins, company B, 10th Tews regiment, died February 1 ; A Hawthorn, company I, 18th Jo, died Feb- ruary 1, Robert Mason, company F, 10th do, died P*1 Asa Robinson, company H, 10ih do, f'ijo n! li^,iv Scott, company K, 18th do, died February 2, H B Manly, company I, 10th do, d...

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

jfa Cri-8®ttMg ^tlfgrajij) PfCITON, TKXAI. ■. a. ouiMuie. vaC Itaprtator Try Waekljr b Tn * i.«!«(«'. Weakly, CRJt ltdUlun, Taenia?, Tbuisdar and ;nt| Trl- us;, Tfttfisday and Saturday. ai $W per year I Mall Edition, Maa- day, Waoneeday aa« rrlday.at «!• per 7'ar.— For 6ett edltl a* p«r quarter, •*■ Advertlalr at j lA per jear| tlaiug, M MDti a line. Anuoaaoameat* par mouth, 10. In aU cam iu advance. JUL Advertising wtll be ebarfed for eanh insertion la «Mh •ditlon. Advertisers will pleaee •p«oU which edition Iki; desire their odvartleemoria to appear u. WT Advertisers are roijaesfod to hand to tbalr advertisements Vy 3 o'clock, p. m., provloos to pripttMVM*' Goad at Firrt C«*ia to th* Fakuus or •ounif as.—Wepropose to keep a atAodtn* llet la fffifin of those gentlemen who are wllliot to Umiak the families of soldiers with oorn at SO Ramea wlU he addtd'aa Ihoy are famished B9« K. P. Hateblas, Whartoa eoanty. J. V. Roberta, '♦ " H.L.Wllllatne, •* W. H. Kirklaud, Da Witt " B. Saohary,...

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

/ THL R1WEEKLY /V /// ^ / / r X.H. aJP EL VOL. XXIX—NO. 74 BOUSTOH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1863. WHOLB NO. 8729 IThaiurt tk« Imb u Dolus for the WartWfcoi the Cop Fit*. let Elm Wear It JErtter Ttl*gr*pk—We may well dlger u to poll°y of Mint of the exemption I granted hy laws, frem military au- 5, but we should ill eonooda that our cleBgrees «f Legislature were actuated by pure motives a " caption laws, and that thsy-afmed thereby to proride lor the education, health, comfort, support and wew o • P«- l t« at home, and the oomfort and suppoitOf our amies la tae SeM, and the triumph ef our o*«e-~Jl n.etere of the tto.- p ol to preach the it>d tldiuge of .M,**tloa , not to ake a sermon now and then, but to bo "lcetant Ij letwn and eat of season," ever active, ever work 1 n3 i teacher8 and *dl tori 'o educate the people; drugglstoto provide, a ddettoreto Hdalniater medicines for their ****** I ^.Ysrellaa haa? .. j mAn. to their comiorl, ai wen as noaii pta. to blaekanltha. wagon-make...

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

ifct Cjlqjnqfl ■•UST4N. TlXAt. K. M. dim lite ui 'VNklr«>fi«MU,it H.p«T«ri Trl- 1, City HdittoaMPuesday, TkirMv aad ICT There bar lag been ion« •boat what Qen. Magruder Mid in kit ipecch to the 34 Regiment o the occasion of their receiving the haudoemo colore the other day, wa will giro bis woede ae am H*««u from memory. Arwr ln- treducing hit murki he Midi "Tkmktrt been who kin kuu|ud yoa about thla belug the rich nan's war and the poor man'* The au who aay* eo le a acoandrel. 1 aao the torn under.landlady and Is Ua broadeal signification. He la a *oeundrel,and your worst Fi-KfTtB FttOTI >EW OKLK'ilN. mi a \J IVJr IMllur lirwii 1 BHrVVif IBB I — — — ~~V n VI« Mir. atlMp* mm* I Mad Edition, Mon-1 enemy. You art ightlng for youraelve% to pre- i a lino. ABMUMawtipir month, *H>. eoacelved. Iw objeot of tbe Yankees la lo i all mm la odvaae*. enclave thla people, and place the white nan ba* . Advartleior will be charged for aaak Inanition n0%th th* h**TO tn **eeneWl Mala. Batter...

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

THt iRl-WEEKLY <£>r. / t -/ ^ R. VOL. XXIX—NO. 751 BOUSTOH. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1863. WHOCiS NO. 8730 llfor the Telegraph. T&ou«hra for tho Tbou«htini1 o*, Wbw for the Deprluiatlvn of the (J«rre«oy and mow io the Dlaaatinfnctlou In the Army f Ko writer, but a plain soldier, making no author-craft, 1 wish to submit some r«fleotlon« W >our re ^ _ ers, particularly the planting portion, on a sobje« believe to be o i paramount importance: the depreciation or our cur recoy. That civil society must have a °* ®e and thai the proiooution or war requlree money , none nebd be informed. At present, we ^ve.prpperly'peaklny, Jnone, •old and silver are thing* of commerce, the paper, Oonfed- eraie *ud county, Issues baaed on It minute vilni* Thit the piper circulation •hould hfcv6 ft fixed yS!Ini that iUhould L preserved at it. face value, .11 udulc to be exceedingly Important to the welfare of the coun- try and to success In the lire and death struggle which Is tax- vsiur, nuu m au...

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

£|t Cri-®8dtlu Ctltjrsjfe ■•OTTON, THAI. B. CB1—. War iX Proprietor. Weekly MTMMi.It f* per year} Tri- r, City BdtUon, Tuesday, Thursday and IS • m rar| Mall Edition, Mun AdvartMng will b« charted for sach Insertion _i etch **ltTon. Advertlrar* will pIhh specify which edition they deaire their advertisements to Wpwll. in* Advrtirani are rtqnccteJ to hand in their advertisements by 3 o'clock, p. m., previous to pabllwtlon. C t> at Pirrr Cmti to t« Pamimx* or —We propoae to keep a standlnr list in of Omn fcntlemen who are willing !o (he fomlli** of soldier* with oorn at SO will bo added as they are tarnished teas. W. P. Hnlehlna, Wharton county. i.r.Koherta. H.L. William*, " " W. H. Kirktend, Do Witt " . laohary, Payette M Kyle * Terry,Pert Bend M j7j. Water*, 14 * Col. J. H. Bsrndon, Braaorla. Cel. David Ban don, fort Bond. Dr. A. B. Xlppetoe, Breabam. tpt. T. J. Catching, Gonzal** county. UMnkeiroy, f relsburg, ^TlmttbaiSenoa. Mew Vim. MPgHOH OF QKH. GANO. Ooa. Gano, Of Tarrant c...

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

THJh TRIWEEKLY TisClGRAPR -^t-ar-g- 'T.rr: rsrn VOL. XXIX—-NO. 76 HOUSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1SG3. VTEOliB NO. 373! / I rom the Washington correapondsnce of the N. Y. Herald.. Macular Report* In B«(ud to oar Helatlona wlifc kuhii The reeelpt of advices from abroad by tho Arabia, ha* set the oocupant of the White House and: the head of the State Dej artment la a flutter. Most lingular rumor* are prevailing here with reference to a complication of the United States with the Imbroglio now prevailing in Europe, todohlng the at'ilra of Rum'i and Poland. Conferences have been held between Mr. Seward and the Presfdent concerning the mat ter, and in the inne- circles of the Republican leaders there In a very unusual ferment. It would appear, from all that can be learned by outsiders, that Minister Plenipotentiary Extraordinary, Cassius M. Clay, has been making for himself a very extensive chapter In the history of European politics, and that, with his usual IndUoretion, he hut managed t...

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

Xjp Cri-Mttkli Ctltgrapl TIIAS. x. m. omnia, utm at fnikmm. Seekly on T«m«m,a* •« PJ J«w| Trl- Oity Mliioa, Tusoday, Thursday and , at 910 per TMT| Moll Edition, Moo- um4«; ud Iriday.at tie pmt y*f— RttrTMOt editions per garter, Advertleing, Mmtil line. Annoui ^menle per month, elO. Oath la all eaaeeia advance. ,£il Advertising will be o barged ?Sr each insertion la each edition. Advertisers will please epoetin which •dittos they deeire their advertliemsnta to Ifpdi |a. 1CT Adfwtlww are reqewted le bead la their advertisements by 3 o'oiook, p. as prevloua to yabUemioa. Coaa at Firrr Cans to thi Families or ■oLatnas.—We propose to keep a standing Hot la «ar paper of Iboaa gentlemen who ara willing to laralab tba IbaiUJaa of aoldtan with corn at 30 aaate. Sanaa will bo added# they are furnished x<ta> W. t. HaMblaa, Wbartoa oounty. J. Vi Roberta, " " H.L. Williams. •* ** W.H.Klrttland,Do Witt. " B. Zaebnry, ' Fayette " Kyle & Tarry, Port Band " j7d. Waters, *• M Ool. J.H. Har...

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

THJb. TRIWEEKLY RAPE VOL. XXIX—NO. 77 raiTw^~ n r~ - N HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1863. WHOLE NO. 3732 BY PONY EXPRESS. (The following dispatches should have been sent by tel- egraph Snnday •renin?, but the atorm prevertted. Yestsrday moroing the Government business on the line waaso h8*T'« that we had the dispatches aent by the train, whioh arrived thla morning.—Ed. Til. Yankee BlipatchM; Alexandria. September 11.—The following dispatohes are round In the Memphis Bulletin of the SJfltn: Alrxahdria. August 83—The U. 8. supply ateamerrAr- kansas, arrived at the navy yard to-day. >he left Charleston yesterday morning, and reports that fhe navy and army shore buiteries have done tremendous destruction on Port Sumter. Tho south and east faces look like honey combs, sad & complete dttiuolitbinunt of too wall* Is Iookoq for in a *0?be following acoount la from tho pen of Mr/C.C. Fulton editor of the baltlmore American: *L40suip DmsitoBsi, August 18.—Tbe attack on Sumter comme...

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

Sri-MtfWj Celtgra^^l ■lei'NTOK, TECXAtt. K. H. OOODM. Kdltor Md Proprietor. IO Mr. A. t. R M, of UAeeltjr. will teave thla >kN Sept. Mk,tonit| MlwiNKoftbi Mink- elppl. Lettere toll or tent to thlc offloe ap to that Um will bo forwarded by his. To meet Ilia ex- penses, one dollar moot bo Mot with each letter. Pontage •tan-pa mot alao bo affixed. Coax at Wim Con* to n Famimks or •oldie as.—We propoao to koop a standing Hot in our popor of tboee gentlemen who arc willing to hribk tbe families of soldiers with com at 50 oobU. Names will bo added aa tbe/ an tarnished to ns. * ■ > *W. V. Hutehlns, Wharton county. J.V.Soborta, " N. L. Williams, •• " W. R. Kilt land, Do Witt " B. £echary, fayotte " Kyle A Terrjr, Fort Bond ** J.D. Watera* M ** Ool. J. H. Horndon, Braaorla. Col. David Kandon, Fort Bond. Dr. A. D. Hippo toe, Breahaaa, Capt. T. J. Catching, Goo sales oounty. J. f. Diiaooll, Prairie Flalna. ' Aaron Coffee, Bitaorla county.. juotter from Vienna. Tuiat. La., September 1,188...

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

THt TRI-WEE&LY Ti4tiesixttAP.il • VOL. XSlX—SO. Ti 3DG3SXUF mtUrtW,, tifiPTEffBEK 1€ 1808. -mrr mirr i itwmwh WHOLE Ko; 3733 AmtUrm'rr* ae* V* MaM* «e _ Ceaxr t« la aa* few* i-aae «rf Mk tiitw. itaesSeem exaapgl** t Mf —-7 - , '* ue< by ta* Aamawrla dbe fc***e the tiMCM'Msw *f eaeb eeaa, by *** **« **T a* " - b aeo«ia«K' Th« wi^csirss^^stjcrs; srsrszrs, fli*4* CriMKi* T * — .' -a^raced us eetrtma- I, *a l agkbesfto agjasaflgsfcsxttsag •«-«St* ** *«fM —** fc#i r. Tnat w, tib* fa/jmma'-a* Ob* e.d ea£«r ~s ax af * a>*y ev«t >««• MMM- <*« ae« cbet- ea.e* af^swne** **m Sh-i kxw>f p* mf t><&- + .Bea&ara —A* 4«MUM* W1-, , . — - ^ cstia* wmm of a *Mto taaaererp, t* .. . ft alt*borell-y %fV-, *8* Bflt *• * hSSMB**. 4b™ *• ■*w**r bot e-jbjeet v ' uj '><• ** ** . ,. „ £#114* - Tse ir.«r r. «1 Caaiedeegbe **a f* M *2?!?'? 1 tn&Antt bedOr fcee k, 5t fc#3k A**1!. : ■ -** •• latere r« ta**d bj *•« «, «#" wn-mwcw «* 1 T^-e. «. i2 *• rata*^«a KS?S?tiJ2!5 no...

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

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

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

Cc-SSriuj €Ap*$|j J ir> «* * regret u> dteobngo advertisers, but H cau>«>t h* V* discontinued war regular y two ysara k*. Mim rw a tow ad ver- *« eaunet begta to publish all IM —~ jmhuIiiu. Auc Umm feat we da patol'-sh meat wW lwr ttli*li us'i wit* u |, that feey an lumtllllHi that tlM| will ■yww, ifci - * psupoae u specie, wtU be gladly half tha reqnlsh* « to aitkatk* of *• «Mt batoa riiatm will Hegivea an, atoe, the giati- «TUMi|«bU|rf recalled. YM to Mil to tfc« Go Torn, to Mil direct, aad ■«( to Ifeey kM« aethlug, in< arhoara to steal tbu trdluiy f Sal) Mutt Friday eve- with tbe ptrfof- lc laialillnn to Mr dty,udueaaver The loeauoB Da via Guards, notice that Mr citixeua Mil—try of heave an. voaM, u4 ao one on five itlbh. Wa will ka roallaed from v St* toewhled with the Aaa to viaii the theatre, Madden, and his tal- will efftetxnally oure thorn. * Ms old friawfl. Bam Born*ton, Jr., jo Mdawiitoailto eeetbat be baa Maily ra c"w*Jwd troa *4t e wnt received at the btit...

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

TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 80 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1863. % ™ WHOLE NO.. 8785 FURTHER DMPATCHK8. OuiLtmi, Aug. 31.—About noon to-day tiro monitor* approached and opened fire on Buu&ter, but were soon driven off by Fort Moultrie and battery Gregg. At two o'clock thi monitors stood In elose to Samter firing briskly at that fort, Fort Moultrie and Battery Gregg. For an boar the fl<bt was sevtre. Moultrio and oar Sullivan's Island batteries fired vrry rapidly. Soon after, three of the monitors,withdrew, some having been track frequently. Occasional firing from the lend batteries it heard to-day. Jacksox, Aug. 31.—A gentleman from Port Hudson report* that tbe negroes revolted against their Yankee brothers, and a number of the Yankees were overcome. At Baton Rouge a similar emute took place in whioh the Yankees came near being overcome by the Afrioan gentle' men Richmond, Aug. 31.—Perfect quiet has prevailed here for the last two days. Tbe Fredericksburg correspo...

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

i|r ®ri-®8«Up Ctltgrajfj} MWTM. VMXJLU & m. coram e, 'Mr. A.8. Ro#e, ofthteeltjr.wlll Uavo this Ik, le eerry letters east of the Mleels- i toft or prat to this ofloo «p telbat tlii« will be forwarded by Ua. To meet hb «- t M MOt with eaeh letter, i llw h« iflud. peacee, one dollar aut Peeta«e stamps i <3OM a* Putt Oim to m Fahiuu op Coumsxs.—We-proptee to keep a etandiec Hatt* oar paper of Ihooo gentlemen who art willing to famish ths tamlllee of soldiers with oora at SO cents. Haass will bo added as they arc farolshed to as* W.P. Hntefeins, Wharton oovnty; J. P. Egberts, do; V.L7willlasBs.de( W. H. Kirk land, Do Witt eosBto; B. Zachary, Fayette do; Kyle A Tony, Port load do; M>.W«wi, do; o«l. J. H. H*ra- don, Brasorla; Col. David Kandoa, Port Boad; Dr. A.H. Rlppetoe,Breoham; Capt. T.J. Catch- ing, Gosaalee eouaty; Mlk Mak.lroy, Frclabnrg; J. Mnckolroy.do; J— a gtimfellow.do) Ool. AHred Hendereon, low Vim; J. 0. Drlscoll, Prairlo Plains; Aaron Goflso, Brsiorla county; W. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 September 1863

VOL. XXIX—NO. 81. TRI WEEKLY t, • TjS^kultT- •- ■-■* ' HOUSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1S63-. U lzxxrr3C5=rsi WHOLE NO: 3736 .. * BY PONY EXPRESS. Ol'K STECIM. DISPATCHES. Alrxafdr!4| 8)ptem>tr 'aO.-rGolJ went up In New York on the 3J and 4ili, thrc® and four tod on® half p" ®ent. . I htve pretty reliable authority for stating that «"*(?* • army has been heavily reinforced forth® coming conflictwith Kos®orans,froin Lea's array, and that L®&.b s gone to Cha- taooogati lake coramjyid tn person temporarily. l.io ene- my aro r«poft®d officially ua crossing Berwlok s Bay, In latge fore®. Their p< int of destination Is * matter of speculation here It it surrols & they nr® for Tto&s, vl* Niblou s Bluff. Gen. ajors made a d«h thro«|h to Vidalla, oppwlM Nate)!#!, and captured a lot of mule* and wagons l..ft behind Djr (l«o Yttrkces ltiiheir ouMen rolfont iron} this Bid* ortfca Mississippi. 41' P* By the Slircv^port Express. Sh'rxvefpkt, Sept. 31,1803. The rewa rrotn the othe...

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

{{|t ®ri-2R9ftfeJg Cdtgrsyj; aoviron. TEXAI. S. ft. cumvo. Xdltor tad Prosiriatar, TCP Mr. A. I< Rote, of thlielly, wilt lti « thlt place Sept. 90th, to etrrj letter# > t of the Uitiii- Ippl. Mtttri left or Mot to thlt' offloe Bp to that Una will be forwardid-by h!<n. To meet hit ex- neniea, one dollar moat be Mot with each letter. Postage ttax.pt inwt alto bo afflyed. fSkThe BrHUli iterator FlrWtu.Peti hu- be<u fetaed In Mexico Wateri by Federal crul ,cn, laden with cotton receded'at, MtUmorai, Lcttv Cram Velatoo. VlUAOO, &n>t. 23, IMl. ticket uf But en' Johuaon, bad a the mohth of CH'J _ ■ , „ d on* of the block- ade-runner*. uawe not known, end tbe captain bceobod aod set.flre to her, and fled wrotw tbe pral- rla, the Tankeei tiring at them. Lt. Joniison, with his small party of tlx men, Including Mr. Porjgard, . ot the (Mwil Corp*, hid .themselves wwell a# tliey Staid, and awaited the approach oi a boat from tbe •okee. when about 100 yards distant, our men wer...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 September 1863

THE TRIWEEKLY *4 PR VOL. XXIX—NO. 82 HOUSTON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1868. WHOLE NO. 8737 Letter from Louisiana. Editor Telegraph.—Yow Issue of the 31st nit., reached oar camp near Verni'iifinvite, on the 6th ln t. The proposed v meeting of the stay-st-home • In lulled with aatutactlon, whllit we are palut-d at the thought teat kuch a movement 1* needed. The sol- diers waking forced marches uu beef and com bread,and Imper- rl ilng their llvws for the cause are full of confidence aud at dor. They DelleVe "That freedom's batt le onoe began Bequeathed iroui bleeding sire to son, 1W Uiffieiiaft.lsalway* won." The men at home who have suffered none of the hardships ot the war, It would seem grow weak la the knees. What a contrast I The news from the other bide of the Mississippi, Is quite different from this, There the war splilt, both In and out of the army, never burued more bilghtiy. Even lu dowii"trouu6Q Orleans, the fires of patriotism have not burned out. An lntelUcent surgeon ol our...

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