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

C{ie lri-88ttkl5 ®tlrgrsy^ BOl'MTON. THAI. fv K. K CUSHlire, Editor u« Proprietor. ilVT MAH..—Tbe rextmewteniier will lenve Ntvern b r 191 h. Our tern charge on all letter*- to r> beyond the Mt* t**lppl, tt Remit only Confederate money Nq iounty scrip It current here. Knelnae lelteri to Telegraph offloe, endowing ob ooUlde envelope, "Army Mall." 0. 8. Pott- age Boat to all caaea be prepaid by C. 8. poeuge aUmpa. Local *tamaewlll not do. Aim to get your letter* in two or three day* before the day oi departure. Phillip*' Reclaaent. Copt. A. W. Noble, of Phillip*' Regiment, ha* arrived lo Houaton, with o detail of ilx men. to prooare clothing for that regiment. The men with tola are, 8*rg. Haggle, of Oe. B, represent- ing Co*. A, B and C; private H. W. Marley of Co. D ; W. H. Allan of Co. P ; H. Billlngton of Oo. I; and K. O. Ham ley of tho Arizona Bat- talion. Capt. Noble will remain In Houston, while the above-named men will proceed to the eouatle* where the regiment waa made up, ...

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

Tfli- TRIWEEKLY VOL. XXIX—NO. 101 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1863. WHOLE NO. 3766 NEW APVBKT18EMKNT8. hiipqcabtins, Dept. of Tn am-Miss.,) Shreveport, La., Mot 5, 1863. ) [Extract. J SpecialOrders, No. 183, Til. All offloert and agents, whether appointed from Richmond or elsewhere, who hare been en- gaged In the parohase of cotton In the Department of Trans-Missl *ippi,will report to Major George William*, A. A. General, at Houston, Toxas, cure of Maj. B. Bloomfleld, their names and addresses together with a list of their sub-agents. By oommand of Lt. Gin. ■ KIRBY SMITH. 8. 8. Anderoo*, A. A.g. Official : STBPHEN'D. YANCEY, A. A. Q. Texas papers copy four weeks. [novllt*3t. Headquarters, Dipt. of Trams Miss., Shrevoport, La., Nor. 3d, 1863. [Extract.] Special Orders,No. 181. IV. The following notice of Exchange is pub- lished for the information and guidance of all con- oerned: "Biohhomd, Oct. 16,1803. "Lt.Ool.N. G. Watts: ♦'All the Port Hudson prisoners are exchanged and oan r...

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

®%t Cri-88dt{( Celcgrxjr^ noriTpFr. thai. & w. Will leave N(/▼•in- to «• beyond • ■tone?. ■*•*••• • • •• Telegraph oflUe, endowing ?*-—***• •■jrelepe, -Amy MUI.- 0. 8. Poef assf ta "S£.tvw jr.aAWK SSnJS"* two er three bp bsfirs the da/o! I tow. Onlof froaaii ntiuwH reaources, uii lm- PWJ I that tki Trans-Mississippi Department "•« kWNN Mlf-Mutolato(i To (IMI that re- "H ** ta MMWMy fttl the atnoral w«Ut>. of Texas •honld bo developed, for wo canno> g*ia ©■r Indcpcndeaoe or 4*«m4 itafter M la Msqner- •d wlthont Ini, wbloh is h article of prime ne- <*•*?« ud the buii of an fcivimuion. -wiikoat ttht BiMil thtro tea bo bo doftaoe, ud n u>« wewof ill srwiM depend -ipoa tho auJ pi Inn la o.. c*'"' wqr^: - Of ur IXSS'.Sg&J'•X-Z*" .Vf'" ej&ionable re tuiior *n,abont three Wm/.^.^ M*SSf5fVSKiU ^2^IW?!5od?wioSe of S3 mn of in, *04 ** eonnty, a y0Bll, WWiTSr Jri It appears that B<x to Doll i Btfro, nnpeid, at" qnent time bad I aft at wblab ba b °«>e eight or o7 ta...

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

f * THL TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH, VOL.. XXIX—MO. 101 HOUSTON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1863. WHOLE NO. 8766 NEW ADVKHTlSKjyiliNTS, tXriLL bell for Co"fo.l -ate money or exch.ug*for YV negroes, one-third of a league of laul, (14t0 acres,) lying on ihe Sup J icluto river, in M««tg*me y oonutr. Inquire of A. M rrt>-on * C . A so a l'H of No. I negroe ! Perry, 28 year* old, first rate bouso Sfrvunl; Driver. bosiler. Jockey alia g«r ilo.ier; Caroline, bis wile 23 ye.«r* old, cook washer and trouer; Emily, tbelr clillii, 6 y>'su o'd, smart ■ d ltfcelv: Tom, 16 yean o'd. Held hand, strong und like- ly; Bill, 22 yeirs old, field bund. iiovil—tw6t* FOK dALK—My enil. • aioek of horse* and carriages, at seventy five per *oent. on first eost. B.P. UNHaM. Houston. Nov 11,1803 [i 3t*] TV I OTICM is hereby given that all per-o ■ are _i.ll warned not to purchase any of the property or effects of my late father, W.J. Mills, at no per* son la authorized as yet to do to. CAROLINE RICE. . Houston, Not. 1...

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

8$t Cri-SBetUj Celtjttrt (•VIT«R. TSXAR. =2*- t & CTJ«HHO. Idtar tad Praprlatac. Am MAIL—TIm p«ztbmmm«f<r will leave Nivem bar lftfe. OtfiMn duty* on afl l*tt*r*«o go beyond tbe XtMtaalppl. tl. Remit only Oon&'arate money. Ma ceuaty *crtp 1* current twra. ■aaloaa l*U*r* te Telegraph oflee, endorsing oa aatoUa aavalepe, "Army Mall.** 0. 8. Poat- age aval la all aaaaa ba prepaid by C. I. poetage afijBBa. Laaal Maia will net 4a. Ala to get ywur letter* la fwo ar three day* before the day of Aepartar*. IRON. Oct of Croat all extraneous resource*, lit* Im- portant that th* Traa*-M1a*l«*lppl Department sheeld baeaaa self-sustaining, To eflaat that ra- aalt 11 la neowary tbat the mineral wealth of Texa* lhaald ba developed, for wa aannot gain oar ladependenoe ar defend It after It la conquer- ed wlthoat Iran, whleh 1a an artlala of prime n* aawtti, aad tha baa la of *11 civilisation. Without Mat a ate rial than can be no defence, and ai the aaaaaaaof all armies depend npon tha a...

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

THJs, TRIWEEKLY TELfio- VOL. XXIX—NO. 102 HOUSTON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1863. WHOLE NO. 8767 NSW ADVERTISEMENTS.! ..P'®®—From teething on Friday, November 6ta at4h. 45 a. k, Julie Mart, only oh lid or Guslar and Julie Loeffler, aged 8 mouths aud ly dafi. ^ Parted. but not lost. ft>ovl3-twli*' i uu*jiiwei it out faintp#' legtment, (3d « ■ ' dsret" ' £1 $75 A A h jnn Brigade, are ortfired to report to Captain A. W. Noble ut Houston, or to the regiment, on pain of feeing published aa orders. By order of Colonel G. T. MADlSON. A. Menzt, G.iptatn and recruiting officer. REWARD.—Lost, on or near Court-house Square, Monday night, the 9th inst., a Tranter (5-shooting) platol. The above reward will be paid for U If left at A. BKSBUM'S n!8—tw3t Main atreet, Hon it on- FOUND—One medium-sixed bay horge, with white apot In forehead, aaddle marks, bobtail, haa been running loose over a week, and was brought to our stable. The owner will please come forward, prove property, pay ohargea, and take...

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

Cfct Cri-ffltttMi Celqwpli IfVUTM* TKXA4 M. H. eiiilWi BUtor a* Sri ■ Mail.—TMiW.mewenwr will te*.ve i k- wt rip tscarrtnt here. _ „ i to Telegraph Win iw-tb NGVetfl beyond money. ■ endorsing 0. ft. Pest w««l*pti "Amj Mall." Is all him be prepaid by C.B. poetage ... Local sums* will not do. Aim to gat •tun It two or thro* days boforo tho day ot The Iirulwl ti Ttxui We in laolined to think, aa we suggested eom* v**k* tfa**, that the movement of the enemy up the Toebo was a feint to eorer hla designs upon the Texas |psit. aad that the real object he had In vlow is threatening Alexandria waa to eaptare Browasvill*. Be that as tt mar, he haa rammed from tho root* to Alexandria, aqd simultaneously haa etraeh a blew npoa the Bio Grando. Whai hla fere* la, or what hla plaae nay be, eanaot yet he determined. Of oae thing we may be certain that amoag hla plaae le tho doatraotlon of the trade between Ttxaa aad Mexloo. If thta U all he do sigas, he will have a good deal for hla reported fcroo ...

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

l:.: ■ Trt-3'i J '•> .=-Vv/ ~ '"4 Tir J r ujuiau VOL. XXIX—NO, 103 ;v¥ . v*,". HOUSTON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1863. ■v, V;/ . ■« ••'. c -'v, w- *** • /v *\.JV.v z#'?''41*v4T':^ .vv v ■' Vfc^lfrV ,r' • , vi ^ - ",t;-«£ ■•- f;-/■•c ■ • - - .?•. V. '• ■ 1 \; •: yv '■■'■ ' .*.: *' ffrrBlrrV '.4c 3f. NSW ADVERTISEMENTS FVBLIO HPUAKINU. |~10L. Q. W, CAHTER wllladdr«n the people Vv 00 (be subject of the War. as follows t Gonzales. Friday, Nov. 110th, Btrguin, Saturday, Silt, Nan Antonio, Tuesday, 84 th, Helena, Thursday, 86tb, Goliad, Friday, 27th, Victoria, Monday. 3Wh. Hoar of spanning, 11 o'clock, a. ■ (twit v' 1 r 1 -ii- i ut)t lktnirk:at«s-tjn« certificate i>ji 5o00 JL stgneed by James 8orl#y. deoo«lt«ry, ln favor of Kobert Oalvt rt, for 8 per c;'nt_C.S. bond#, also 8 h«& §«n topp'ed."TVe finder "will confer a favor on thi owner by leavtr* them wltb the mdenlj^. who wlllWinillj them. I1JCNRY 8AM.180N. bovlB 2t iLL at Hytlnor1!! office and we a map of tbe most vauable low of po...

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

i I Cjjt Cri-SSttklj Ctltgnqi| mtnrmMi. T**A* ' ML Ik. V0SH1M. Mm aM mM hr tar Texas soMltft iaftlast thaOtgias afttatSlalt. II tfMotafeUttMt maa/tf oar eatdtw maybel*- aonaa tfiMa*ia a«itr ef ihttt Cafiat. fw"1 titlatt of that*late wa learn they m u ouwi If Ignorant elaas at papalatioa. inhabiting the ru- ral dJstrt.to, «k havt taNiM «*• tha trim Intl. transported hj the froDOfctn Dm iMt oentarj Mlbk mH>. Tbt]f in Th!«« bf natast.aad Ultlt better by sdaottlan. looketopon wlihiit- «mt by Ike people, m4 tbsantlpeUlis fcstwatB1 them Mid c«jr IrMf* art hMdly torn Uj*d that be- IViib Am and the whit*a oi thai B ate. Tlw are ttld In feci to be about on a level with the n« g-t 1ft Inttllifenoe, and two degrtes fctlow Mm In vteloaofietfa. Just previous to tho war. the Gov «n«r ef LwUlaoa mad# a r ld upon litem for a m toil of sco«ndr«ltsm or otter, bed stuttered them far and wMa, ks even having fount %r t- fuge in tbe plea fi rc*ti and cypres# swamp* on lb a tibiae. TM#e Cagias, oa Iht ...

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

*L. r /1 ; i TH h TRIWEEKLY XXIX—NO. HOUSTON WEDNESDAY. NOv" — ii lh X O , A F H. l bo 3. WHOLE NO. S7 c«aied*ftue CrsUaere at the Ca e of Good Uitiw TOE AlABAVl. from the South Afncaa Advertiser and Mall of CspeTowa. The captain's cabla Is lu ihe very stern of the ship, and is shaped Jast belt a moon. It la very small and plainly farulahed. A hoiae-tiatr sofa run# aroundtUe Stile horse-shoe Ubie in tbe centre. There * only room bebtde tor two or three chairs «nd • Uttie Jiae- bosrd or buffet opening Into the steward well a* the cabin. On the ledge or shelf runulug rooa.t buck of the sofa are ranged St ^htns sixty chronometers, taken out of the differentsnips capture ! end destroyed by the Alabama. Uer cap tain's charts and tuooe taken trom her priaes. are Bt.iwAd Awav lu icvftat profusion the cnrononi tin, tioor hOft. laMt and chairs. A colored engraving of the Alabama, and small photogra^lc pojtrslts of Dn\iit i He and other Couf^demt® wlWTltlM, Diug tbe punels A door at one side ...

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

A «r Mail—rv bsi 18th. Cmitec Ibe MU,UPlpp1.M. No roouly /crip hi Bnciose toiler* OH OUtSld* BV«l0 k|< must In all •tempi. local yoor letter* i departure fc « MVTMUI Reio beyo^ money 9 WiuOrilBg O. H. Poet. c* •• ! «*•«• Ala to eel tha (U; ol 1-BUAliTbMDK N OF DIB and intsr- The pressure oa ei eel lag sews ha* put, that we have la another oeluan, #nlaailoa from ** D,M neat that the osirt not parallel to that ring its suspension of dertakes to exhibit two cue*. HI* case Is pat la the atrongsst light of which It !• capable. If lew ha will substitute the OeoUoaoUl Congress for the Baah of Bngiand, ho will find the parallel aot only ssnoh clo.or, bat It will have this additional remarkable foatare, ™at It will gira him a legal leader precedent which the Bank of.Xnglairt *om aot, and will moreover chow hla JaH of how mueh adraoUge the making a national earrencjr legal tender le. The aialgnate of Praaee, another national legal tender eurrenoy will afford him atUI another par- allel. We...

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

THli TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH VOL, XXIX—NO. 105 HOUSTON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1863. WHOLE NO. 3760 r < 1TK.US or INTEREST A Confederate who has made hi* way within ths Yankee lines writes from Warren county to the Misstsslpptan, under date or the 18th. We maks tome extract*: Warron ia a vast field of devastation and de- struction. Fencing, gin-houses, dwelling houses, have all absred the same fate. Every indignation and insult is heaped upon the poor people. But they are etlil, and ever will be, unconquercd. Tyranny and oppression, outrage nod insult but augments their intense hatred and disgust for the federal Government, and their ml* aerable instruments. A few oltizens of Vlcksburg have token the oath, but the oiroumatonoes were tbeso, starvation, literally, for themselves and children, or the taking of the oath; and many f'tirsou* who have taken the oath are still true and oyal to the Confederate oause, and aiding In every way possible the oause of their suffering country. 1 have m...

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

Cjjt. Cri-38ttkl; fttltgrqij; HtfumrdN TI1A , & B. cvnmra. war ix Amy MAa.—Tbsnsxtm< sseiiifer will leave Decem- ber fld. OanWa Cku|* «■ alt letters to «o beyond Ilia Mississippitl R«mlt only Confederate inotej lio oouaty anrtp is current b*r«. ■mIoh mfan to Tilifnpk oCm, endorsing «• i,n fi wnltpi, "amu* Mall." o. 8. Pom ■mmiI in All mm bo prepaid by 0.S< postage Xm. unI itupi Will not 4o. Ala to got yeurlsttur* is two or thfM days beforeU oday o mm Pnnn< Coiceut Ham..—Tbls evening the Mil «m Minstrels giro ooe of thiir truly do VfllNl antsrtalnmsnts, tor lbs beueflt of a "Bold- HrhiloM," to bo established In this eltjr. W® bops that overy one will reeotulie the Importance Nohib establishment would bo to tho poor eeleeegy soldier, who U obliged to remain ore' night la this citjr, going to or from hit commend and will help the oaue by fillleg the More named Hell to Up fullee* capacity. Messrs. Howe and Alloa will aet as the oommUt«e, and the entire preeeeda will he tame...

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

\ /V/ / ••7-4 TH b b [•WEEKLY TELEGRAPH VOL. XXIX—wn 106 HOUSTON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23 1863. WHOLE NO. 8761 1TB.118 or INTBKEST* , A correspondent of the Cincinnati Timet, wri- ting from Chattsnoopa, says : , . For the purpose of a perfeat ranee >n onr Im- mediate front. It ha* become onr painful duty to bbrn all the dwelling* between the Federal Hue* fcnd Ihoae of the enemy. More than fifty buildiugs have been leveled te the ground, some of which were quite valuable, and the premium most beau- tifully ornamented with all the surroundings of eomlortand pleasure. But all i* now a complete waste ; everything has been leveled and destroy- ed. nouses, trees, shrubbery, fenoet, end all are gone, made to give way to the rebellion and the curse of war. Over this now desert waste the guns of the Federuls have complete control. Tie present seat of government of Mississippi Is the town of Maoon, la that Siate. In the Nashville Journal, an advertisement reads •' " A Recruiting Office for the ...

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

®fit Cri-SSttitli CeUgrapy [•«|TfNi ****•• X. n CWHHNL Idtoot a* Fn*M«r. ,th., 4- tun* IWtiu-i *dJ r -■ *i|p^p r,^ .(JffWWffl1 • ««<«•• Sktjprovd boast Ikit « u M«*' toot *•'* UtMthiitU of TiiW) li ae 1*|W •a™- Brosraa- viiUui doubtless Oorpee ObnlaVl b tbla Mm are IB tbelg banda.aed the Invader threatens a*Is lib dlmUoM with a p#fifhl lore® with ruin lid linliriil • % Plants d with the ease of bit cosquest •• far, wall mag btballn tMt nothing c« pMTMt his progress, ruth iktd Tir ths oonutrr. Accom- panied with tkose traitors, Davie aad Haynes, with thai* renegades, Basks looba far all the die- contented of Ttxw to flock to bleatondard.ena All np bis army a* bo progreaaee. Doubt'esa Hamilton U but trolling to bo own rod (hot bo m softly do se.te eomi oo !■ atate end bl« position aa *l«tory Governor. It ■ likely tb^se delightful birds bave eoovlnoefl tbo willing Bteka that 10,000 m« will gladly welcome W«B, M will old hl« In re-es tab Hehlng federal tola la Utia State. Of eonrae b...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY MLhGKAxS. VOL. XXIX—NO. 107 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2.5. 1863. WHOLE NO. 3762 ■< FINANCIAL. We pabllsh below a private letter from a ft tend, beesuse the views of the writer are such aa we would be glad to Impress on our readera. Letos by all mcaoa plaoe the sequestered debt In the treasury at the earliest potalble moment. Thli will do for more towarda restoring the currency than all the legal tender schemes that have been brooght before the public. Let the gorged veins be emptied of the olronlatlon Instead of lta being foreedi and a healthy action will eusue, No cnr • renoy like onra waa ever aaeceaafally foreed and never will be. Editor Telegraph.—Reading a very able article Inyonr paper, of the 8d inat., on the finances, I aat down to make aome oommenton it. On turning over to yonrown financial article, I found my no- tiona ao pointedly expressed, I concluded it better to write you privately. In the name of patriotism, why have you been ao slack In giving utt...

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

Cfet ®ri-S8ttkli Ctbgwpl n«DITOII. T«*l . By the 8hrereport Express. «.& ousaiit. Ill TnvtUMt. i> Mm..—The ««t wmuor will leave Decern- Confederate m'&ey «•«• endorsing oa oautds euvalepe, ''Amy Mall." 0. 8. Hon- IM BUt la all mhi b prepaid by O. a. postage stompe. toofct tUmpt will not do. Alia to get «uT ttiti la two or three day* before tbe do/ c Wfartvt. , — <«■■■ i> — yry Itn'l Perry, of WlUwa' regiment, who loll Inn'i tray oa tbo lit last., iayo prepaia- tioai wore b*(*( mle for I battle when he left. All bu been ordered to tbo front, end the hospital bed been pat la order for tbo recaption of the wounded. He ereeied Ike river on the llih. fair- ing left Jack ton en the 01b. Be heard nothing or a battle having actually taken place until be cot thlaalde of the river, we are Indebted to him for pi pore ae alio to our friends W, II. Sherwood, O. M. King. Meut. T. 0. Wilson and W. H. Cow- an, all of when kindly sent papers by Sergeant 801 bibb's Horn —The amateur ...

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

THE TRI-WKRK t>s )i\ n iM VOL. XXIX—NO. 108 II' I I BBggg HOUSTON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27 1868 WHOLEyNO. '8T68 -< BT PONY EXPRESS, Hurrah for Back and Breck. [Telegraphed from Eeaumont.] Almiudiu, November 83, 1863. Buekner ana Brecktnrlcge had a bit battle with Buraside, at Knoxvtlle. and dlsiodred him. We bow hold Knoxvllle. The loss on both sides waa terrible. Brsggls now mailer of the eltnatlou. wonder where Brovnlow Isf TAMXaa dispatches I Headquarter*, Arm? of the Potomac,/ November 7th OoVlook, P. K ( M*jor Gen.Badgewlok advanced to the railroad orosslng. where he drove the enemy to the river, assaalted and captured two redoubts with artllle ry on thli aide,taking a number of prisoner*. Maj .Gen French advaooed to Kelly's Ford, dri- ving the enemy In small force across to* river, and captured several hundred prisoners at the ford. (signed) GEO. <*. MEADE, Major General Commanding. Hkadquaktbm Army of the Potomaow Nov. 7th, 10 p. m I Gen. Sedgewtek reports capturing this ...

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

fi sawswv TUX Am. I. S. QUIDSlMa. Editor Ut Ttovruun. ■«Hnnr will leave Decern- on a'l letter* to go beyond >n' nr •next l."*TJ5mltonly Confederate money i current here. • to Telegraph office, endorsing ivelcp*,44Army Matt.** 0. 8. Post- i *su*t is all eases be prepaid by 0. S. postage pa. LMl etamps will net do. Aim to get r latter* la two or three dtji before the day o Oar Traaa-MlaalMlp.pl Caarlera. It to vail known that alaaa the Interruption of the mall* screes the Mississippi rlrer, we have baen In tha habit of resolving all letters that were aaak to oa for that pnrpoaa, and forwarding them l£ private hand*, thl* being the only aeenra BMi* left tha people to corroapond with their frlondaand relatives In the army. Before the toll of Vlekabarg mall* were aentaero** the river by the Government, with lime regularity; *1111 thewanemlMlon of letters waaao naeertaln that ■oat people preferred to depend on private eon- veyeneeior their lettera. we have In thl* war, we preenme, forw...

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

VOL. XXIX—HQ. 109 THE TRI WEEKLY * HOUSTON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 1863 WHOLE NO. 3764 r -< Loiter from tb* Baagait. T 4 Bomb. Gioboia, October 90, 1863; KUtor Telcfrupk— Jut one month ago the fearful battle of Lhlekauiaoaa *U progressing. Oen. Wharton'* cavalry *u engaged en the left wins. We were constantly moving, watohing the ptiin In the mountain), discovering the movement! of the enemy aad harrassin* hit trains. Tbe country was exceedingly broken, and tbe travel was very trlfiiaa. We foaght l**e than In any previous battle, we were eooo ordered to the right win*, aad whenever Wheeler'* corps had ail been maeeed, we moved In the dtreotion of l*Ntm •" the Tenaeaeee river, and around aetoe* lb* Hlawaasa rivet, into eaat T natwee. Several day* were now ooaatmed, and we were elowlv preparing (or a raid icaiawhere. The S9.h brou«hi ui to a rolnt on the river net far from Wnshlng'ou, which le on the opposite *ide. A1 ready seven d-ry* rattan* had been iatued, and b*v*reacks w«y* fille...

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