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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 December 1864

THK HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TEIil;^ ^ VOL XXX*~tfO. 179 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY DECEMBE* 7, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER—3843 In the Supreme OftUt, Austin, Ootobtr Term, IBM Ex-part*. Wm. A. Weaaard,on Habeaatforpua Artlole 180 Co4 of Commercial Procedure to an authoritative Injunction, ape* th* J*dlciary by the Legislature, not lo discharge nay on* who is held by virtue of any legal engagement or talistuenl In th* army, or who betog rightfully nbf*«t to Ik* Bate* tad Article! of ltar. Wennard wa •Broiled oa the 86th of June 1844, by the enrolling offioer of Nacogdoches, and waa permitted to r*mala at ioa*. pending hie ap plication fur a detail as a Maekaaalth. whlah appli- cation was refosed by Gen'l Greer, C B. C T. 11 D., 'and an order eadorsad thereon, ordering Mm to /Gamp of Inttnutlon wltboat delay; on the rWplpt of whteh, oa the 27th of August, IBM, the enrolling offleer ordered Wennard to report for doty to Col. Martta.O. C.D T-, within tea days whleh order he did not obey j whereupon he was arr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 December 1864

-We are lion enjo o* ee—ij Ha* SunpMMfttTMa Jtav*i ai iained UtfiiMi •blf, eipeied. i .1 "«n w xqgssttfTSfaPi, SSSWfSSSSOI :iaij rmw ? kff.uuwJtb lO««raei ^ _...„u4. 4M).Vi<F4iK#y AJI...1J. r#"*rn"1 "7t*T £&.'. 9 J*«um M flnw)i IMfnrHOi). •*n 22S2aro « m.'...«....;....*AMh«ob* ,j8 «;.iu.4~uiiaw( ie.355Sbw.«« . .. knHtl •Mfll gSveagn,# wrmir .hi— N88ffiC .2*4*44 A* ! fclsskW. worsb a mountain ^reproach ^.^oapflL upon tkfae cahinepi wfaiob 'hf** oow.erfi^ behind a pretentious aMMmj^ioa-of right, doing. ..: ; ;■ , s* >>anrivx'> hk-j^ It is pleasing to turn from this unsaii#-* factory picture to <b* Oflf: .present^ .SJ the President of the ftpejnpipl eoadUjonoV the oeuntry. The pefripUspi/or t£f pMr, pie has borne UMAtieq n4:tUfeea #n which ha*® p pwi4od,m ;fUh epunr danft resources; which* ?'wjfrh ^^lQious l%iMataoa,?i j«tU' enable,,na, 49; me^t tb# exigencies of-the war for anp^er year, •♦aad avoid, «t ;be jaw* tune, #u«b,eD|ac* ononlatioa of usbt m would render at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 December 1864

im res. ber cat. ten all ai «nl I «h > ! i-°to ! jiuo • .1 HU, mu- : (Vie 1 IC't, I Ol«'t ' ot: -r i«*. a kin a #■' ) 3hu 1 tHttt ' hem | ippv 1 It." I /or i yelh aii l Ed. Telegraph—T am an ol is 1 mean not tha^iUu^antyhJmiiH.bB* thafc I have be^ti in thearusy War siuce the com-, mencement of ,tUc war, ^vey since the first " ■|1' Tot"* ft-- "-^n to defend our luuua& and fight for the principles of interior of the truuk in water, evaporating uuiw i a +:1, -4 hurl- a lol- ei by fine® V'.T, lilK aud| Uileri thai t Iba COD# , ami reaif 1 lj exit. ; iflTT" estoo bier- fclly arinj Htin, ehit. Wa- nt* of afullf 'rlpoi tht ianna 'icioq use lole*. 6<1 10 at > re.bh it Ibt Ing'so lhaJ of the at j, oDitbe "election will ba- EW3| icjptes of free g&'tterntfitirt. tfitf firn eom- pauv that loft old —— county, and I belung to nh^t'CP^R^y' rf*a mweiful l'rbvfeience aimr«* fox life I expect to be fouml there still, a "liigh,private,wjtfu Jli^ hattUes, #" liberty Lave been fought am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 7 December 1864

Houston' bboembeh t, i&u. Gov. Brows, of Ooo^gU. devotes the Mlatooiuaor*!* !-**?" mmafe to tke Leflslatarc of tk%t State, to « elaborate ▼Indication of the project of a Convention of all tho States, in order to terminate the war, « BMa*Pfcdi*ir«rt Statca to oboeae tk« forerosaen* aeder whieh they will qjrite, Mk^ mtori peace, harmony, and fraternal MiaOoa*. fhe treaty making ywwi It tio t^|!9nre oate art to otop tki wur; eeeh State 1a thoa to oalla Con- wmttoa <4U ly •hositt by tho legal aad duly qoilffiod voter*," whloh are to ap- ydti delegatco to-a ooaventioa of all tho State*. "AU.fttteetiooa of boundary aad UlMd natigattea, Mdrtl teoatloo of ami- Ij, een *ereenad alliance, aad 40 agrec- ■eato aeineory to preserve in fotmo the ?Jiist upon the oonlinent, <feald bo ftoporiy shaped in such a <on- -eention, aad prepoaed to tho treaty making '**.« ,,Mt must of courte, be nndewloqd," Wye >€•*. Bien, 'MM* «Mb State would enter 4-fo4 independent sovereign, tho equal of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 December 1864

'0, the houston tri weekly TELEGRajtxx Vol xxx—no. i8o houston FRIDAY DECEMBER V 1864. whole number—3844 <'on timt<>aallty of i rrainrr Wl rr «l« MAJORIlf KIP9RT OMItiTTSt Room Kir.lSlli IS(H T„ Hon F S. SivckJale-Ptetiitnt 0f Ul ciromee on t&e Judiciary. te whom wee M'frtfd "a h'li to the pifa Bt of 'mi to certain eonntf iffiwr*" der e> .aide alien, and tbe c loalu*' being dlvl ded tn opin'/ ri on !h; *nb)-ct,a haveln slrjc.ted ida '.o report lb accompanying tubstliute an t > t'c cimfT ' rs adoptloa and pUHlB. I wi- !1; i,r't bun ti the comnltic tk(t both the mnj intf :.i) ;h- mnorily eboold eel forth the rt\-ous which Infl'i-nced tarn in their conelo- at « i -! itie ir> } ><iiy Htk leave to make the fol i«4>' i g fnr!h r report : I'hi ;.r >p >««"l *ubs;i'.ute provides that ccrtain f;e- 11 ) > allowed :n county oflVvn and nolo- r;si pnhiic tor errta'n terviots when rendered en.''* q ,enl to the pastsre of th net. which feet sha!' i,<> p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 December 1864

1 JMitoMg telegraph ■. 9., fftwff>■ f*>m a # F nwwi HOU8 TOST*J1&&EMHER *. 1W. m AUKNTiI OF THK TWlifcUKAm. Far lk eoti-eftfmte *r Aot we vmbt'fe a fist e< war 4# ot*. tii« rteetpte etf any oi who® wt Atoaw&a! LT!1 * M K<*>a*rtrk ,*iSrtBSSii H m «r-nt t Urwa*.... —***• vy" "ffifcr" >. —..p *s-te * it,«>nt tW...... <au§i, F.nto....... A Gallwell y H.k'U _ .'JMjWN* 6KVVs; ~5 5K?5 kn**te. D •* H. . J'i* 4, oW IT ifi no Seitbe WS __ imbat Jfwk'* Otdwelt. Muleaox „..f! W Conr'ner ' J*** wui« roO I-—- \ Wa'rn "liilrr—: I Ha, d*iu . cllto. Kirnc ........... Wfuri'in taw*. Umnt'jtif.... ..... Pair&eM, Warn toe*....... J^y^ Ai«>."v ?«t|e. , — 0 «tes«l le. 0 fyMit. Oalveaton. U 'Tf * 'n ........ Ureeftwedr'a MIII. Hill. Oeowtwo. WlHI«Di on ........ U «• • O tna aw..... ~ - Uott*4 OoiUO. , TTuntiTHK Weiker ................. |UifWi HCUve««. Halves, K*.-ue „. )ud«i>9> a« C", Wild .'HtO •. 'SjViJlalTWilshloflOi-...^ Joa?«r«r. M I iriln, riniH.HH. ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 December 1864

4 or ot so iir ri- se sli re • lie te lie it- Jr lie •k, lie i « in 11- of ii- ji- !id Lie !X- tl(l ed se- so le- i^r tr ci- ,of Ill- us >e- 36- at les lT on !V- Le lat b.vf an in iie <*; ir. lt- in ies ce L'r- ii e ia- ay ch ti- re ul ^ la ol- reader of history is well aware, by an at- tempt to execute this very manoeuvre. Frederick passed his whole army along the front of Daun's for the purpose of turning his right SAnk. lie was suddenly attacked, while in the midst of this manoeuvre, and, u spite of tha bravery of his troops, com- pletely routed. Tbuty yeais liter, the Austriaos at- attempted th? same thing with Bonaparte, at Casiiglio le, in l aly, with the like re- sult. A h:ill more memo able eiimpl i was that of AuUtriiz. This time a whole ar- my was a moat entirely destroyed, killed, wounded, ctptuted, drowned or dispersed, never to reunite. At S&lamitica, Mtr moat sufferfd a nice1 ov?r whelming defeat tr m aiti-mptlug tho bauio nistrteivie Hgniust Wtilliug on. lti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 9 December 1864

|tx?fc HOUSTON DECEMBER , 1M4. £ 'SJ mm V" : ; : *c We publish lfc« Mi Miaorily Itapirt* from til* CooMBiUM. in the mni LefitUtore, tkt former «rw• iog and the 1*1 tar daoytaf the eonrltn. tiooalitj of (be Tmmry Warrants, issued by the lefldirim. Wo <•* not donbt fhaf (ho intelligence of (be oouatry #111 not be nafisied wi*ti (bo r|an Bli is behalf of these W«ir nt , ualen it be that it prefer* tbo v rru'i to the pro*Won* of the Con atltntiou. They furnish a very signal ex nnple of Ihe Inefficiency of the Oonafiiu- tioo—"parchment barriers," a* Mr Mad- i«OB sailed them, to reatrain any public measure whiob tbe majority believe will promote the public good. He Mill, "In Virginia, I hove men U>« Bill ot Eight* violated in every instance where it ha* boon oppoaod to • popular current." And 'hot «m in what wo ore accuotomed to e U (He bettor doya of the Republic. The Constitution prohibit* the L«pri*'a. ' twe from leaning "TrPAanrj Warrants, Treoaury Notes, or any description of p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 December 1864

r TRE HOUSTON TRI-WEEKI Y TEL^illAl'H. vOL XXX—NO. 18l" HOUSTON MONDAY DEO E MB Bit ie, stu. WJIOLE NUMBER—3845 Ttopig e[ interest. Pr*utfee thinks the stream of pown • hat flows from Washington ought to b' dunned Wp copy i )i«* following from a late Riob Enquirer: Among the pr soneib who reached R!oh inond on Sat unlay night by flair of tmee ^>t> the North, was Major Gpoige Me Wi'ight, Assistant Adjutant General to tieneval IiOHnsj, nndtiie gema', humorous "Asa Hartz" of the Southern press. H* lias been in captivi y on Jol^on's Is'and to- fourteen months. having beenciptured near Jackson, Missbs'ppi, soon after the fall of Vicfcsburg, in July of last year We understand that Major McNtght hap puffeied much from his long confinement, and is in very de'icate health. There is consolation, however, in the fact that he lias no longer to "pump his drink from Mrie's limpid lake." sleep iti a bunk, ea h&rd grub and pine in anxie'y through winter nights and suaiTer days, with a Yan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 December 1864

> s. conmrs udtm mad p HOUSTON, DECEMBER 8. 1864. AUKNTH OK Til K TM,Kt |lAF 4. for ihe convenient e M war subsctl *r*,w* nub'lsti ■ ii«t of our *int , ih reetlpu of any of wboai arc vglldst ttiUudlce: , Al«x«i.rt't , l,i...„......n M KUpa'rkk Aoititi, Tr*vl* ton,ity.........M M ur«Mt Andertoo. Ortiue*. M'mut WycbO Hnohio I J filers - H Olibert Bellona. Pith — U M Qsarsoy fiutrap, i w 0 D«i.ny lilt (IIII,«unfile* Holu«0«teS B Finio — T A Osldwell Hold Mpii'iK*. Ml —t B W« flellOU, Bill. .M «|IU'g|l liornet, IWr t..B*iiui -oo B-Iroo >I. Uoi a lies............ T_T WH1 «sas flrraniV 8'au>n, Ml am...—... M 0 Sypert Boon l lie. Brss * ... ...., W I) Bsc ley Oolu<*t l«, Bf<(irl«„ V Hatli Okappeli iltli. W«-blii*tott_ W II Sherman fVn.c M*. tt-Wll —............... J do A'boM Ouaotnghaai'i'. a B'owb Ootd Sprlns*, Paifc ^ fc,B* M oi^la *oo Hat thaw* .J V Jeftkln* w u pyuiip". 00 i> llltl, Wiriifp^uo.. Oat Bpilocs AuRlru...... Q t>ey, Mat*aur. a.. Obamner* Cr^ofc. Jtl U. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 December 1864

Influence K^solved lib, Tut It Is the s'nso of th'ameel- r^ it)av u<> pro,r'sitlons ol peacs should bsco-i iljcreJ. which do noi propon the unconditional ecoi'itll >u of the mJep-nd-ncs of the 0 mfedttr- ,teHiae* and th il any offir mde by the enemy -> tr«*'> of p-ac« which do * not mike recogn' ion IK bill* of negotiation. wo aid be aa li.su 11 to our jaople anl government, aad should be treated at iich Bc ol ed 5th, That w« hire unbonndad confl Petite in ibc skill of our 0 -u*rals the courage and liurloiiam of nor sol Hers, tie 'oni ode oi the peo- ple, aud lb* triumphant success of our csust Resolved ft'b. That Ills tbe houuden duty ofou men who remttlu a homo, to provi <e 'or and pro- icet the families of our aoid'ers who are In (be aerOfce of iheir ciuoiry wnl.st abientfrom ilitlr i ate' a :b«fl hti llibt 1>. Ived 7.h, That thrs^ proceedings be pib io the Houston Telegraph SOLOMON- RUYLR, Chatrmau. W. Jjiskj 81 era tar j. Kems of Interest. A rari9 correspon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 12 December 1864

W &ri-3l*frfclg®rlr graph !~9y HOUSTON D EC EMHE It 12.^96*. The London Correspondent of ttia New YoHt News, sgVs : ImrrarfMtn •! «ltb a book. wrllleaby Oil Williams. former!* United MlataUr rttir IhvMUnt of MThe «W ' If Witt* foe lb Vindicate >!.•• mi Faderal Htpebllef" It it tmnidi ftseaad F«ll c'ib* _ • very it)t work, iMimUii 1* vivid 4ii«rWo « sad enlivened if enamMes, theee little aereps «>' hls'ery. whiek te Ike •Metal Mm tent ere br mo>c ImKiiUti Ihu Dm record or imi ir m Oe createMtsloB* history Is mnsksd.mee euiy eeveil themselves at home Maw. the objtete'Gea Williams's nailleu boot *u uot to i w, bet to imihi. H« b Ad$ that ike gttat mum or tha eetraetloa of ffce CMon *u tb« <]eadreonlel etefglon OLthe ChJaf Vigtitrate. 11a ike teasel (rf election as out or oittei Hon eati peliUotI JsmoreiUertoii. Ha shows hiw la r w les of e< eorrap- PreetdeelT^Mm tr t t? leet, he UlU eatbetika peopto k « ether part to play, exoept rsglete - lap ika adleta ef tbe polit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 December 1864

d> c THli HOUSTON tri-weekY teEegraph. ♦J / TOL XXX—NO. 182 HOUSTON WJEDNK**1>AY DECEMBER 14, 186*. WHOLE NUMBER—3fi46 AkMi i uipreinui at ot tou H, conitltutl n >1 govern i • I loeti stren« b by ev- ery -U'i.pU n >>l •rbt"«rr power, tiec*u«a*ucb con duct a:w y- • d iu<-vti*l>ly tend* lo alaitnl.b the conftde <c< xod •Heimte the 0 cnon* of t',e t-e \> * and tut il«Ui «4) tfl ttrennthea • «i'ven.,ro m, U u t by avoiding tt to uch I^UUI t'O.iof urtrltrary pow- er, wot by ilmuli R It • i or.il .1 *ad Ue r<) auyp rt, to U txerc m of Us it-Rltlaiate power* «ud funoiloi ► TS.lt ft «5 111 UU.-reMUlfUt i Hot U tlCOi>r.| llC«r With (be tplrlt of constllutio.al govetntni't i, ca hardly lie druetl T" t tt U ourtijl In IU ovti att >u Vexatloua < d "pp ee«iv to the people, nia "I o ti ve li.d oecaaiuu 10 f e—<ti>d that it la :> i4« to ■feat «Yl*et>—0 >£?)« meat mcntties to up • -.illation D ■ ir ud, mid r -qulri-a a lar** corpa ol oft is a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 December 1864

iJP ,♦ :. iw I. ii. etn^iii t&i'ua a* w HOUSTON, DECEMBER 13. IH«4. ~AUKNr o* fan th mwlHti at vmr «abMrtt*r«. we imbHtti ' Mr Amnw, lb« rwMtpU mt uj of whom arr mU ...* * Kiip trtrtt «w— —-"su WK "S ™ I at , U MtlHU. *1U . Urns * mm- /. 2Bttoier "%TW SK'r:-J5!K: J&ftSSL ..J * warnwa_ :r::£ ! o — ! at*, 0' WNwiiipmiww .. Jllam 4 n-,4Mdu.„ itntirf i, ner pf'-ek, IfliU Kl, U oa o".._ ....... J no A oaM «? iNn ll JfllM '|M *«iU.«ws ■ -vbr« -..KM IjoitwifT Z::.ia\OZ]U uTViJ Lake. Wh .no>w t.UBNlM.. K?." i DO Oroaorr !♦ ....... W H Ktn«. farto*i, U«' . t ........ L badla*Karats* a*«r*d«N> SHI". Hiil « J i Onvt* a-ia ri, WlHamoaa —....... '<H ar 8a*moqr i^~-—iZr8!~. bSfe'iSterrryAj-w ta'aoa, 4 frftM* ( a«i««, W mi «W ~J Jl *'U6t BMSSStr Wa*lilrH|(0'<...~.. .JfJJ M I^HMwm I(iy n rr, M HlKwrnary... I untJln 0 'Mujrii...... «... liftWonvltle on ^V)a Klltl t fr rfI tiforai. miufwi^MMa**. _w Brnu'ifc «.Comat....„.., «. • «* Rob rt cooo<y.. 1 *k'a ><i, C itor*<t&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 December 1864

to ate and Llis, 1101 jong CO- I lite of In ay bui la is lioes land |iC8. In ay llled me. I'* i life jia- liese liioa I the 1th e tht lim- it* at 1 the iCt - lent. iinc f s £ tr+y CJ/& Ujcu ! (Wvvvc^/VVt/& lit* «(|rt It ■ iftSilH I fur ibtf lU lie! ol nuu>tiiTm l*ii o* tv Ou the 19'it u'tioio, soma the most ultimo fi--en• I'-z >nrs r h I<1 in t! «• North of England wis opened a' the St. Ce Tire's Ihil1, in ijivt't f /ipl, in ui I of i •* -'Hou'h- un Prs neis' It litf Fund.'' For ti arty ix moliihs 'he preparations ha.*- ti en in progress, und dor in/ tha< time eoiitiibu- lions the in valuable h"ve fluted in froui all parts of the norld. Ho uumerous, in • deed, are 'be articles thus g-ueroui-ly giv- en, that th> difficulty -bai not been to "drees'' the si alls, in the technical Sin-e of the woid. bnt to exhibit all that tl.oy contain ; tor a bazaar on so sumptuous n?fd vast a foale as tins one. is dwarfed even>n (hi* magnificent had d> voted to it. The Lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 14 December 1864

4ZS: • HOUSTON DECEMBER 14. l t>4. m • We 4® not coincidc withUiiil vjuwit con. Uined In the communieatiW) f l)i'"AgrIeo- 1*" which we publwh to^ y. Aa to the "particular plan for'enabling the govern- ment to procure cotton" under the present law of Congress and the regulations by the Fitaidi ( 1j accordance therewith, we are not informed. It seems certain, however, ' that It it the Intention of the government to acquire cotton, and that xt deems half the aotton of ihe country requisite to its ne- cessities, ftiastouch as all vetftaU or vehi* t ies carrying cotton out of the country by sea or land must take an equal amount of ffttttsn for the government with th&t taken lor Individuals. Whether the precise mode of Obtaining eottou will be proscribed by ftbo Secretary of the Treasury, or loft in greater or l«ss degree to the discretion of the agent* of the government, and the pat- riotic oo-operstion of the people, we are not advised. We suppose the "plan" will be announced a* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1864

f THE HOUSTON TRI-WKEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL XXX—NO. 183 HOUSTON FRIDAY DECEMBER 16, 1864. WHOLE MUM1ER—3147 BY TELEGRAPH. NORTHERN DISPATCHES. Camden. Dec. 15th, 1864. Nashville, Dec. 4th.—Situation is un- changed since the advance of the rebel lines last night Two of our transports were Raptured last night between Nashville and ilarkaville. The rebels are establishing .tteries on Cumberland and Harpeth Hhosls. There was skirmishing on all points of the line to-day. Citizens from the city were gobbled up and put on the fortifications to prevent crgwds of idlers. The rebel Generals Gist, Brown and Stahl were killed and Granber- ry was wounded. Our loss at Frankin two thousand, rebel loss much greater. There is no truth in the reported killing of Forrest and Hood's death. Macon, Nov. 26 —The enemy left Mil- ledgeville and Gordon Friday morning both columns going in the direction of Millen, destroying the railroad. At Mil- ledgeville they destroyed only the peniten- tiary, depot and bridge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1864

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1864

GaLvisreii, Texas, Deo. 19. ISM. Tel.—l take pi*a*ure la announcing that % ml oh ud d- he ev en strive to follow la thU last act of the Aboll- tioo tr -gedy. The following ia an extract from a let- ter to the Glasgow Herald, concerning General Garibaldi:. "Having Just returned from a visit to Geo. Gar- ibaldi at Osprea, 1 think it will be gratifying to tbe pnbilo to learn the lateat authentic new* from the "Island of the feea." I feond the general In perfoot health, the woand being completely healed, ana wilt out pain ; bat leaving a stiffness In the aaoie joint, rendering H necessary to have re- course to the caived oak staff sent him by a Glas- gow working man, and whioh ia now his constant companion. The general desired that I should inform his frienda In Scotland that the primary object of bis coming to Britain was to visit Gl*s- , gow, and that he would not rest satisfled until he ihad performed that nrx>st pleasing doty, which he m oped to aeoomplish n-.xt year if events la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 16 December 1864

HOUSTON, DECEMBER 16.1864. H .. Among thoee who were the warmest ad- vocated-of aMNateb, who most clearly de- ftionatrated that M was the right of the tioathmm Statti, and would be easily con- summated with bat little show of Northern opposition, we regret to find some, who Instead of Justifying themselves with having ■ acted as right and honor and daty dictated, but admitting* however, their disappoint- •jnflmt at the protraction, violence and danger of the w*r, persist in the idea that if matters had only been rightly managed, mdfkolti avoided which they are readily capable of pointing out, we would now be in the happy enjoyment of our acknowl- edged Indqpepdeoce. This Is human na- ture, thMgh Met its best aspect, ever prone to impute tbJIfrsvcst errors to others rather tLcuiateitoiurown fikllibility. One critic thinks that the war would long since have <>nded if ft bad been offensive on our part .md waged fo the territory of the enemy in- stead of defensive and maintained o...

Publication Title: Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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