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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 November 1863

Citt Cri-88ttklij Ctl H0VMTON. THAI. Hwftr'i Wwklr Ibmih the kindness of a friend, we l w been fwiurl I* look orir I bound volume of Hir |Wa Weckly for IBM. We do not hesitate to gay, m many lie* m tbo public aathoritl**, Pre« eldent, Seeretarlee.G*flere1*, etc, of bo T ank*e na- llnkiM dnu< ItonwIrM wWi'ilw IbUni >mi Harper ha* mulled Um Mhrai they have oatlied all other liar* that of or Uved. Ruck an Moraom aui of davUlsbly malignant false- hood waa sever before got together, and wo doubt If lt*ver«aabeeg* iledagala. A lUiapr to look at this book wonid aay at •aao that a mcit enlightened and chivalrous na- tion, were fighting eg'Inst iitiim, men nor* vile by far than the barbarous red man, yee, even tho Sepoy of ladla. Ho would bo led to DC I BOBaat, or ooaid be expected to withstand, tho victorious, onward marob of tho Federal troop*. Zn tho eeveral handrod picture* ol battle*, It la aa aaendtag succession of taunt, shrivelled re- bote, latter* In tha wind, ahooloia end bat...

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

*v THIS .TRI-WETEKLY TELK&RA x ll. VOL. XXIX—NO. 110, HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, DECBMBER 2, 1863 WHOLE NO. 8765 TU TUK WHSTHKN IW 1 3. ) CIT'ZKNM UK TB&AD. Hisdquahtskh, Dirr. or Ttxas, New • Mkxioo and amiokt, Houston, Texas. Not. 27, 1863 The commanding General has been Informed that• repoit bu been pal In clrruUtloa to th« effect that he intend* giving up the defence of Weitern Text*. and confining his operation* to the line of the Colorado. This report I* entirely without foundation, and is designed to direct your attention from the enemy'* movements and to in- duce you to disregard your obligation* aa soldiers and citixen*. 8o far from this being true, he I* determined to defend the whole of the country to the utmost of hi* ability. A* the best evidence of this, he Inform* yon that troops are now marching to your support, And tbit San Antonio and Austin are being rapidly fortified, and that the whole ooontry Is arming to drive the Invader from your ■oil. The line of operations...

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

Cjjf Cri-®«klj} Ctltgrjyti HttllNTW. T«*A« Y B. B. OUOUM9* mm Mi PnvrUtor. T SCHIDVLK. or the awfcimi •< the impreesmect l w we have Htfitbid occasion to apeak. It wm the offtprlna ft | Mtmlty, and could rot be avoldtd. Still it U touching on daagaroaa ud nod be admlu- tatared Witt tbe utmott tare and consideration for Um people. lmprestmsnts should only be made nnder the mo«t prtulm ud unavoidable neeeaetty. We ttllwt that ft if uw tb< Intention of tho military nilwtUi to reaott to thla bmm of tuppiy except lu meb unavoidable MM. as a timely precjutlon cannot provide against and banco It la that grievance. c m> plained of BBdw Uw act bare mat with tha prompteit radraaa. Bat there la oca grievance that la not lo the powar of tha aathorlllea to meet. It l« In the schedule fixed tor tho regulation of purcbatet by the romtnlt- atooara. Thete gentlemen i«mi to h.ve taken thilr own atand potoi at ona extreme of a very large Bute aa a erltauon 1 t tbe vailtd clrcnmeUr cm of tho w...

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

> -< X > &£ y/t. VOL. XXIX—NO. Ill T"H.K; TRI-WEEKLY HOtTSTON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 186S WHOLE NO. 8766 HSABQVAKTIU.DirASTMIKT, TRAM-MIS*., ( Shreveport. I*., Not. 24,1 Wi3. V Special Order*, Mo. 196. 1. The necessity of ths military scrvlce, sad the pre***vatlon of the Government reader the creation of an offloe to take charge of eotton Id the Dlitrlct of Tezu, New Mexloo end Arizona ladUpeniable, and the aame ia established as follow* : W. J. Hutchlns is assigned to duty In the Quar- termaster's Department, with the rank and pay of Lt. Colonel, to take charge of ootton for the Gov- ►rnment In the Dlstrlot or Texas, New Mcxlco and Arizona, and will be allowed such aaaoclatea as may be neeeasary, not exceed ing fonr in num- ber. Be will obtain from the planters, by lale or agreement, all ootton that the Government may require for the pnrchaie of army store* of all kln(U, and to meat existing liabilities heretofore accrued. All government oUlcers, agents and contractors, e...

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

Cjp Cri4R$ukl| tttltgiaul OITIKi VKXA-m. 1. ■. fiOVtPft pgHt m* Proprietor. • Wltl jr will l*av* Decern- letters to go bryond '■ obarn — — —.— Uw MWidpiH. W. Remit only Ounfedcrate money jioeouaty aerie kflmM bare. BaeloM town to Telegraph offlee, endorsing MMWUtiKllo])*! "Army Mall." 0. K. Post- imbwIIi Bll IHM be prepaid br£. H. postage ■Gmm. Local atampa wlli MfJflbA1" lo K°l roar letter* la two orihfM dayrWWw ( departure. i tho day o THE OOTTOW BUREAU. Wa announced a day or two aince the formation of a Cotton Bureau for Texas und*r the department mil. !Ufy authority. The nam** of tho gentleman con- rtHUH the board we uld were an ample guaran'ee to the country of the good faith of whatever tbey should undertake. Hitherto tha government baa gained little else UmtrotUe and expense In It* cotton operation*. Faithless contractors. and Inefficient or prit< need agent* hare baen relied on to meet the requirement* « the department. Their failure to do wh tt. was < x- uected of the...

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

& THJhi TRIWEEKLY H VOL. XXtX—NO. 112 HOUSTON MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1863 WHOLE NO. S767 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS y fTOUSB SEhVANT WANTED.—A good oook * H and house servant wanted immediately, if- ply at this office. Dee. 7 3t 7 y > X 4 Office Chief Com'rv Bast Sde Dibt.J Houston, Texas, Deo. 5th, 1803. i Special Order, No. 2. All Depot and Poet Commliiarlea ef the Bait ern Bub-District, will send their monthly and quarterly returns to this office. R. W. KEYWORTH, Msjor and Chief Commissary, Eastern Sub-Dlst. deo 7-tw3t 3. ) Office Chief C mhissaet Eastern Bbu-District, Houston, Decsasber 4,1863, Special Order, No. 1. In compliance to Special Order, No. 317, da- ted November 33, 1803, Brigadier General J. B. Slaughter assuming command of the Baatern Sub-District, all commlssariea of this District will report te this offloe a summary statement of funds, and a statement of eappllea oa hand. All requisitions for funds or (applies fer the Eastern Sub-Distrlot, must eeme through this offic...

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

®h Cri-ffiSttUj Ctbgrnb HOUSTON* TIXAI. GUfHXKQ. Xdltov aad almt KUL-The next messenger will lesve Decern* bar 30. Carrier** cburgo on all intern to go beyond the Mississippi. M. Remit only Confederate money Mo roenty scrip la current here. Enclose letiera to Telegrsjth offlee, endorsing ob outside ear*lope, "Army Mall." C. H. Post- ago mait In all eaaei be prepaid by C. 8. postage •tamps. Looal stamps will not do. Aim to get your letters In two or three day* before the day o departure. Tost biraitaii.—w< art unable from all the Information we can gather, to come to a decided opinion a* to the merits of the ease of the evaou- atlon of fort Beperansa. The amount of provls Ion there, was according to reports In the office of tho Commissary General, enough to have lasted the garrison thirty days. Other reports make them equation lSdaysslego. Be that as It may, there were provlslous enough there to have kept the farrlaon nntll a force from the main land enuld hare raised the siege. I...

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

f- .,-S> • «***> h I'H h ■WEEKLY voLjcgix^jOvm HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9 1863 WHOLE NO. 5768 < Y > 1 asEs HS£V . lltUtMk _ op statr troon,) ixw, Now Mexleo dc Arlxona& Houston, Dm. 6th, 1803. > Special Orders, No. 140. The enemy, in great fOfto, aarshlng on Velaaoo by way of the MtK. *Very soldier 1* needed In front of the ensmy, every men that oan beer arms. whether In or ont of the army, should rath to the front. . The Poet of Houston la garrlsoaftfu* troop* that mQst go to meet the enemy, who threaten! the very avenue* to tnta elty. The Major General Commanding expect* many of lh oitiaen* or Houston to report lor duly in the field ; all to or- ganise tad take their places where service can be rendered in the common straggle. it is expected, at least, that the citlsens of Houston will tarn ont immediately, report themielves for garrison duty, and relieve all, troops stationed at this Post. Let there be no laggardMnd no delay. Let the leading oltlaons, In who...

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

c [| Ctbgnyfe «, a. orauao. Cdltor int rroprtew*. l«« Mtu.—Tfen•••«* Wrf^liK'-r M l«a * U c«tii- btr *> CUriler** charge on alt letter-. 10 ■" bey 0,1 Um lllbMppi, w- R mH only Confederate money I* NMlf •c'P *> (*n*ut Inn1. ■Mlot* iMItn to Itltiniih offloe, endowing M mMMi Nf*li|M| "Army Mall-" 0. K Po*t Ktaut la all tun bo prepaid by C. «• po*t*g« amaMM. Local atanp* will not do. Ala to got mi lotto re la two or ihree day* before the day " mttrtiw- fM lITfMK AT CMATTAXOOOA. from tlma totlma since the *ar began wa bare |1TT «MI|*d la pubiUh Intelligence of nrifjrtunate reveres* which hav« caata gloom over our pooplo. and broatht detpomleney to the betrti of pttrlou Oca of theeo per lode I* now u eon n % Wbn tba a«wa of iba battle of Chtckamauga cama we bored ihatlkebead ofthe federal lnva"on ot Ueonrta wa* turned, ard thm tba irulu ol victor, wow id ba tba repos ee ion ol Tet>neteee at onc« ny oar forma A* the detail, hnwav. r, emu Ift it i«- •ama mora ai d mora tvuiant tha...

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

A > A VOL. TflJbi TRIWEEKLY TELnu* —NO. 114 HOUSTON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1863 WHOLE NO, S769 EXPRESS. OUR BPKOIAIi DIlPATt'DBH. [Telegraphed from Beaumont.] [Telegraphed from Beaumont.] We aro all right. Bragg agaU^ctorlous. We hai good authority for stating ihat Gen. Brass having been reinforced from several Quarters, n 8 again whipped the enemy and driven him hack to Obatta- ■ooga. , H. P. THE LATEST NaWS. Atlanta, Nov. 97.—The wlree were down last night and yesterday this aide of Marietta, and hava Juat ooaneoted and working. The cltjr li full of eonflleting rumor*. Passengere by the down8A.M. train iay eur line of battle la at Ohiokaasaaga. The men are'not disheartened or disorganised.. We loat many prisoners; various- ly estimated at 4000 or upward*. All our dead and severely wounded are In the enemy's hands. In the attack on Lookout, the enemy's loss was mueh greater than ours. They drove ns baok by main foree of numbers. It Is not known wnether or not the light was renewed...

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

% f rMfflttklj CtUgrsji^ WDITfH. f *« f HI imfWWMlWT 8CHKUULI- A exdmplc of Ihs working of the Impressment lobsrtals has some under oar obssrvstion, which 1llrfr-tT* Ike Injustice o#lL Tho Louisiana sugar trsde tt would (Mm should bo enoou raged, U brings a valuable eommodlty from territory expos- sd to tho enemy to • cooutry where It i* wanted. On tho 29th Of October, s Galveston merchant having a little metal end •one credit, undertook to bring some snger horo with a flow of sailing It ositfml. hoping to realise a fair return for nis time mm! Investment. Bo booghlat Niblett's Bluff 8§ 7s8 Iba. Loulalana soger at a cost of 930,167 #u, paying for It by draft on Houston. He paid freight Ud expenses to oeaamoot, making tho gross cost there KN.M N. It waa Impressed at Beaumont, bat S8 6HJ |t s. were released, and to save It from farther lmpreesinenlns well aa from the soldiers, be sold that for 916,631. Tho government paid him for that Impressed 94,50(3 50. There was sto- len by tho ao...

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

\ \ t 7 > J > < .t «■<« (' TRIWEEKLY VOL XXIX—NO. 115 HOUSTON MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, IMS WHOLE NO, 8770 BY FONT EXPRESS- OF It M1>K(!IAL DI8PATCHEM. fTelegrspbed from Beaumont.] Alixanhria, Dm. 9ih. 1863, I am Indibttd to Col.F. C. Wilkes, who la an mi k> to Texaa. for the lata papers 1 sand on to-day, 'i fea following dl« «tch la oubstence wa> received at B tfidon, Mia*.. Dec. Int. Milnwide surrendered to L">«wtreet ontheMth with 7000 troops aud all bin •ion*. Grant's official dispatch debus a decided vl. t rv, and states tSat be baa capturfa <0 pieces ol an li ery. together with a number ol prlJonera. 1 Slimed. J W ILK £8. 1 * FROM BELOW. (Jen. Franklin haa made a proposition to Gen- T jlor for the exohange of all prisoners captured In Louisiana this side of the Mississippi, and Gen. Taylor haa oonsented to the exohange. So Ool. Shannon and all our other brave Texas boys cap- lurtd In Louisiana, will aoon be among' their friends again. This 1 know. DISPATC...

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

tfe Ctlegt^ TMCXAB. U k i K. E. ovum. Idttar at mvritfK. i,Vw t ■ I ) Jfjf Jfinr of oar subscribers, on chawing request Mlo cbang* the direction of their paper*, without •eatlmltif their iMt poet offloe. In order to Mcore attention they must tire o« the Mine of the offloe frmm which ea well aa the offloe to whieh they wish the change to be made. ITT W# acknowledge the reeelpt of 7 pair of wool *oek* from Mr*. Clara Grandy, of Gonsale*. for Capt. Noble'* company, Madison's Regiment. — wen « H7A eaee of iom Interest n* tried before the District Coort It this oltjr last Saturday. Two Yankee prisoners of «w escaped from the guard hoase here, stole a couple of horiea, and en- deavored to sake their way to Mexico. They were arrested In Ban Antonio and sent back. They were hero handed over to the civil aothorl- tlee on charge of theft. After fall consideration, the lory, under the Idea that the horses were stolon forth* purpose of facilitating their escape, foond thea not guilty. They rega...

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

SJ K A X > THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX-.NO. 116 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1863 WHOLE NO. 1771 la the Gew'l HeeplMl « F'lfica1 (• U*C ef Deaths In HWiMii Tefni Nrnaktr 30 th > Mm*. Monk. R'o't. Co Ditto*. Date ofVtoih. W B Morrison, d Parson's B Feb Typh J*u 4 1862. 0 Moore's G doOtra do 6 do , p do ' K do Typh do 6 do p Parson's |Q do do p Moore's G do do p Moore's B Broil Ao p Portion's D Vulflcl •> Cook's Hi Asthma p do F Parson's A J 8 Olbbs, W L Poster, (1J Haiellp, K R White, J Coleman, R Daugherty, J G Gallaher, FN Williams, p W B Strickland ,c W Km tor wood, p J Parks, p J M IludelBon. p S H Wray, B F leans, A J Tan Pelt, J H Cray, W Parsons, J C Smith. W B Allen, G A Noel, BF Drake, U C VaugU H Rofey, J Ulttson, Blesslngame, do do do do do do do, do da do T do 10 do II di 1 do 18 do 24 do SI Fob 1 do 4 (toft P t> P P P • p Moct_„ __ p Pawn's 1 Feb Typh p Moon's G do do Feb Typh do do do do do do do do do Remit do 15 do Typh do 14 do do do do do do do...

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

V Silt Cri-ffiRuWi CtUjurt K H OTMtlXV. Sdiuv thfl fnmuun. Tnuft-Trt-WMtlr par quarter #,00. par bolUj 1,#* WcaMv per quarter MO. nn><t ■«■'.• * u Aawr Milt.—Tbewttinwewigrr will leave Deeem- bar je. Canter" a charge on all let*** to go beyond iba Mtfwtealppl. *3- Remit only Confederate money No .-onaty acalp laocrraut bar*. Enclose Mm to Telegraph offlce, endorsing oe oaUude aavelepe, "AfwyW" 0. 8. Poet- ifa a«4l> *i' MM be prepaid by C. t. po*tege aURipa. Local atomp* will not 4a. Aim to gat loiriattm la two arthree 4a;i b*for* the day a d* parte re. ■ tggT Baa the two advertisement* of MaJ. Gen. VHrufari tha one for pack saddle* and mule*, aca the oUar for 80,000 bavertacke. Tbe people of Texaa will reap"ad to both these oalla with tbalr accustomed sRlrlt. jrr S*rry not to have had tha pleasure of B«>ar*of Mi B«a whllo ha waa her# a day or two sinew Ha oaioe and want to suddenly, a* hardly to have casta ehadow. Ho, however,obliged us wtih a copy of the Montcrev OfDeta...

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

's THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL. XXIX—NO. 117. HOUSTON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1868 WHOLE NO. $772 7 \ x > \ FROM THB FRONT. Special to the Telegraph. Ik thb Saddli, Brazoria County, } Dee. 15,1863. j Editor TelegraphBut few change* bare taken plaee worthy of note slnoe my laat. The lateet advices ahow the enemy atlll concen- trating on Deorow's Point, on the peninsula, pre- paratory! doobtleM, for an advance movement toward* the Interior of oar State. They remain Sulet. The foree now on the point la estimated at J,000 men. By a glance at the map, your reader* will *ee that Deerow Point 1* on the extreme end of the peninsula, and very near Salurla. In order to Invade the oonntry, they will hare to march *ome 30 or 40 mile* np thl* co *t before reaching the main land. The ihallowne** of the water* of the Bay will prevent their gunboats from ap- Sroachlng close enough to the eaatern side of latagorda Bav to do any damage to the town of Matagorda. The main reliance of the enemy for suo...

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

■•VMTOIV. mMmm the$w^i^*fl5«tt oo>7 *22—-«-—• •vssa iitaS to"in*eoKi be prepaid byC. ■bane. L*o(l strap* will not do. Ala to get •ear letter* la 1*0 ar tbrse day* before tha day o ton If Ooofoderate aouey offlaa, endorclsg Mall." 0. 8. Post- YukH Omliy • Negress. The besrt-reudlng rsport* of tbe saflsrlngs af tha asgroes oloog U>a MlwUnppl river, whloh are aow to ka fwad la slmost every Nerth*ro papsr If possible, ta bs r*ad to every (lava In _ _ Tbeae poor paapla, deceived by lha gtow teg hopes eoelted la tbjlr n lod* by oar lying •a* at**,Uav* attaodonad tbalr Confederate own an and goaa to tha Yankee army la tboutaod* By ihoefleer* of that aroij (bay hav* baaa gath seed la to paoa or corrals aloog Itaa rlrar from Oalra ta Hair Orleans, wher* tbay hsvc baan suf farad ta slorve, while thalr rtry aakaonaaa wm only aooeaalad by tba filth In wnleh tha; wtra e llg*d ta rail thCOMtlvs*, while inrj Inelhsoas disease baa takaa poaaoailoa of tbem aod carried tbasat by hundred* cud hu...

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

{ y 4 .) i THE TRIWEEKLY TW>,.:<m.A pH VOL. -Naina. HOUSTON MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1868 ITK3U OIIWMMT. < The meehanlea of Ike ftortft ere oil strike Northern ospltallsts an becoming very uneasy on account or the movssroms or the working men. The World salt the tttike of the macbl- nl U and lron-worksra, threatens to become a iei* serious matter. They oonsole themselves however with the bop* that U will drive starving operatives into the ihh. The workman on ta fit wry building In Waeblngton.havebeenen a strike for awllu * ThVfcookbinders in the Government printing of- Uoe. demanded eighteen dollars per week, for eight hours per day, but having failed to get it, they struck last Friday, the Printers are about to adopt tbe same course. .... In arccent speech at flirklnhead, Mr. Laird 44We have been accustomed to hear of the Ame rieans boasting about ttetr ahlpbulldlng, and that U «y built ships to run twenty miles anhour.- Lad.es and gentlemen, thj,Alabama goes thir- teen, bt t ...

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

8|t Cri-fflleklj #dtgr«rt ■•VMTON. TMAI* m. m. ovanMi Hi fwptima. JTTTf retirement of LoagatrMt from before Knoxville, Ml the natural malt of th* 4ib t ol Bnu by Grant. Btflif Wault from Ikt prtwaii la froat, be kid H in hi* power to detach. If ae*d*d. 40,000 to tho relief of Barn.ld*. Lotignro- t bad bat to fa 1 back, or ratb*r. •« parti oo Into Virginia. 0ih*r«t*o h* wa* la lm- mi In tot danger of eaptor* hlmaelf. TTT* Wo wt glad to loara that M*Jor G. W. mo Veil of Torr> '• b*ag*r*, bow la thi* depart- Boat, baa boon e**lgo*d by General Magruder, to bo Iaapoetor Oenoral of tbo lat Dlvlalon t.... i,.. eommaaded by Brlgadior Goneral Boo. Tho Major la a gallant and merttorloua y>ungoffio*r, and we r*J >ioa to too bin plaeed fa aaah a foapooalblo poaitioa. pf Wo hoar many pralaoa of Hon OroonTllla Molfoll, of Brasorla oonoty, for bla boapitablo ro oopUoa and treatment of onr offloara and troop* daring tbo tlaia bla roaldaneo waa occupied aa headquarter* of tbo amy. Tbla gent...

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

THBi TRIWEEKLY TELBGRAFH VOL. XXIX—JJO. 119 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 23. 1863 WHOLE NO. 8774 i y \ .1 > I < Lettar from Capt. Pool*. In Camp, Montoombbt Co., Tex as December 81st, 1883. Telegraph—My attention ku kin Mil L «wf Telegraph—Mj attention has been call- •Itt*u article In the weekly Hew*of December 18th, wherein the editor first uji, "We have learned with much regret that aome of the oflloers engaged In the important service of collecting the stragglers and deserters in dlffsrsnt parts of the State have been guilty o/ very Improper can4net, and suoh as most tend to defeat the very duties they are teat to perform.1' Having been for some time engaged with my command' la arresting deserters undsr orders from Gee. Magruder, I think that justlee to my- self and ethers requires that the article referred to should not pass unnoticed. There !• something very singular la It from beginning to end, and it appears to me well calculated to do harm without doing good. The editor ...

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