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

.n-actetklj Ctlqnjl! ■•VRTON. 9MXA*. Janaa- beyoad moMf B. M. QIWHDW. Mtet —i Prpprtetas jl.idTartUlag, BO omU par to aaeh laserttoa' awlbfl. The next mBUerigCTwtii leave }* two er Ureedays beforethe day of tWO IK—AO KB " fee have preeented oar wriew wMh the Mes eagceef Uctwe Presidents, Davis ud Llnoela— tbeWnaarlufoB, Mi tie letter U ell tteeeeen. WA iw^,«weeU be dUMt te tmagtae e sere l> ttey present—Uc one the MNUttoa ai a telly end sell* etstceaaaablp, the tAin Ae titling ef a pettifogger. The argasaant at Mr. Bavts to perfect end eoavlaclng. One eu ItoW^jiiihiiye or e rtueehsfai * to hie eea- seises. especially regardlag.whet Greet Brttala taffeaeedtoeallUsaeatrallty, end theooavlctton ';^M'IMiWlltoelf ate the mind of the Nedei thet hate toe* deeply implicated ta hostility mum SMtolMk now,for a mesaent, et the epMleele PWrttfc Ow Government U etnugling into Hslinii.aal meintaiafbg e gigantic war with 4 ■alien Marly three Ubh oar numbsrs and of MrMir time ear stseacU In muni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 January 1864

THE TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAPH VOL. XXIX—NO. 127 HOUSTON MONDAY JANUARY 11, 1864 WHOLE NO. 3782 BY PONY EXPRESS. r i i/i ! Special to the Telegraph. FROM ALEXANDRIA. Alexandria, Jan- 2.1864. The Mobile Weekly Tribune of the 31st alt. has Just arrived. The dlapatchea to the Bflth nit. I copy from this paper and aend to day over the wire. The other newt Item* I will now give: The leader In thla paper, in speaking of Presl dent Davis' Menage, which, by the by, this paper contalna, aaya that the President haa, at laat, "come to the coDClusion (bit this is a serioat war(tbe e o o( wbiclAo man can well predict,'' end sdvises the people to come to the eame conclusion, and leave off money getting, and tnrn their attention to whipping the enemy. When thla la done we ahall conquer a peace, and not before. The Tribune la in for having the substitute law repealed, ao that there ahall be no longer any dls- tinctlon made between the rich and poor in thla war matter. Let no one'a puree ahield him In thla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 11 January 1864

Cfet Cri-SBttMi Ctlegnqife HAVBT0N. T**A«. *. h. uQumie. MtMt « i Fwertw. tlrhs.-We.hlJ, per • seeotha. S1 1 months f? jo. Tri-Weekly, • montha, i ®; 3 months 13. Advertising> o ot« pw ln« —eh lmHW ' akwt Mxn-—The next dnndiw will imw Jmoi- ry 10. Carrier's eharge on aflTetteij to go beyond the Mississippi; K Remit only Confederate money No coonty •crip «• cnnwut here. Enclose leiUrt to Telegrsph oOee, <«wMi| oa outside envelope, "Army Mall." 0. 8- Post- t(« matt In all urn be prepaid tar G. 8. postage •tempt. Local stamps will.not do. Aim to gal y oar letters la two er three days before the day of departure. 2H7* Soma saismnderslandlng hu occurred with re Teres ce to a proclamation of don. Majruder ii oder date of Dae. 7th. It hu been supposed that It ru an Impressment order. Booh wae not the faet. There u ao or*'01 necessity for a large number of negiOWS. The General commanflng re Had on the patriotism of the plontera to send all they ooald apart to the points designated. If...

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

THE TRIWEEKLY TELKGRAFH 1 1 VOL. XXIX—NO. 127 HOUSTON TUESDAY JANUARY 12, 1864 WHOLE NO. 5782 BY PONY EXPRESS- Telegraphed from Beaumont. Alexandria, Jan. 7,1864. Tim New Orleans 'times oon tains a variety of Yankee diapatehea. Here are some of them : New;Yore, Dee. 19.—The Tribune's Follj Island correspondent writes under date of Dee. 15th Laat Saturday morning, while the tide waa re- ceding, one of the privates of the 30th Rhode Island battery discovered from Fort Putnam, on the Beaeh, what was supposed to be a brass Held piece. He asked and obtained permission to go and see. He armed himself with a spade, and in a few minutes revealed a beautiful brass 12- pounder. Twelve more men were Immediately detailed to carry it to the fort, which was done suc- cessfully at dark under a brisk Are from Fort Moul trie. Aa soon as it waa In the fort, it was mounted in a good position, and ready at a moment's no- tice to be used against Its old friends. The spade. In the course of the day, brou...

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

Cjl* Cri-SSttkls Stltgrs^ ■•VIT0IV. T*I«. ♦nr?assay par i bwIIi, 9ft I moatlw, win leave Jenua- lo co bqw) Suih. !£aa& rtaaps i iMNtnlttnwikn* Ahilo get Mbntkilir of II^ ik VMMilUll INkHI IMUII bl M yoadt* ptaf- ',«>*« MmiikkM us weeks Wo shall tooa tor klm by too 90th prox MT ta.Vinu, who U In oonsmand of the Yon. MMBWKMW'a, lathe KM fits Henry Worroo who wast yean ego, Vint Assistant P. M. General at WMUBfMD. SOW- Wo an tedobtr* toOopt, Bherffnls tor o Urge • of kUoJtoropokB papers. toe ImoUtoo of Houston yee- Of toe soldiers lo this vicinity bber tents. The present woo ' well for those who made it. UA.I.Im*«U1 toko the next Army Moll oa Iho gOfeiaat., go lay through to Blcbmoad Aa U Me^mewha doubtful whether the fee of g2 will pay to* erpeo«a>.ilLth« way to Btehmondt ,T. T. flallf J has nailed on us, ud contrib- the purpose. He wishes D( to o know. Mr. Komwell, tod will fa±. wo hardly think It neca- 1 m his own perssverancs f.tofonih and come _,|n| Intrusted to hJm with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1864

M— | l„ jtsui -strr i r x i THE TRIWEEKLY VOL. XXIX—NO- 128 HOUSTON WEDNESDAY JANUARY 13 1864 WHOLE NO. 3783 BY PONY EXPRESS. Special to th. Telegraph. FROM ALEXANDRIA. Albxanobia.Jannary 31. I s.nt yon w«rd yesterday that on ih* 18th, Gen. Joseph E. Johnston was expected at Dalton t<> take command or Bragg'* army in l« da>s, of- ficial information having been received by Gen. Hardeo froir Riohmond to this effect. Conac- quently, he is now in command. I have always admired many point* in Geo. Brass's character, and I still believe him to be an able commander. Ho has of late labored under difficulties which, Independent of all military skill, would have weighed down almost any mil- itary commander. He ba§ oot had the cordial confidence of his officers and his army, and with out these the battle is half lost before it com- mences. The cause of this slate of fet ling to- wards him is not easily to aceount for in all its •stent. His alleged harshness as a discipline rian had it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 13 January 1864

\ 4k HOVHTON. TI*4« 1T1 i Or iNTffBMT. B. 8. CVBIIMQ. Mitw iX Proprietor 3 mouth* laMiUoa f WewklT, per 0 mUi, $*« M Mf TK-WmII), 0 month*. «|| ; If. MWMilfiMMlU HfllH M<l> TT~r Mr. Warret Adiva took 550 letter* for be- rami Ike rir«r. He will return la aboat aix week*. We atoll lack lot kia* by the OOtb pros. jar Ore. Wart«n,wh'>lstn nnnmsnd of tha Yen kmatBeekrcire, f. tne a-ne Fits Hei ry Warre^ who we-; veaia wo, Tint A>il>toni P. 11. Usneral at Wsshli.glCn. j. gtr We •'« IndebUd to Ucpt, 8htrBuls for e Urge p |e of tat<3 European paper*. gf. We aadcrstead the Isreelltes of Houston yes- terday presented some of tne aolilers to thu vicinity with twenty India rubber tent*. The present wae • timely one, and speaka well tor those who mad* it IT7 A. • Roee will Uke the next Army Mall oa the 80lh tn*t., going through to Richmond Am II leaomewhat doabtful whether the fee of #2 will pay the eapeoeae all the way to Richmond Mr. Wat. Obepmoa kn celled oa aa, and eoutrlb-...

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

THJs TRIWEEKLY TELteGEAjflt VOL. XXIX—NO. 128 HOUSTON THURSDAY'JANUARY 14, 1864 WHOLE NO. 5783 t« the State Pcllow OmtiM t I address myself espeelal - IT to IbMwho are subjeot to BtUltwry duty under tae existing U*( of the State—u the militia not noviaasiTlee, wbo are required to enter the military scrvloe of the Bttte In conformity with a law peeped bj the 10th Legislators, approved Dee. 10th, 1863. tl , IUi law provides for continuing the State troope la the ssrvlce, after the expiration of the six months for whleh they were drafted, ihould the safety of the State mkke It necessary. The necessity, aa I conceive, not only exists, bat la imperioui; and It will, I think, be so con- ceded by every man who has informed himieif of the present condition of military affairs In the State. The foe la upon the soil of Texas, threatening yon homes. your property—your liberty. They are tn large numbers upon your coast sod upon the Rio Qrande, with all the appliances of war, anu their nnm« hers...

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

&bt Cri-S8ttMj CtUanmb aoiiTon. thai. 1. M. OVBXXKO. Tnat.—WMkl CM. *rt-W , AiwiMll per I ■•■Iks, til tmeatha. ihlv, per • i eehly, I Mi 1 ontha, |10 > 3 per Una mm ti imwum A frMMli flM l Pteil« tt«. V« pmirt ear m4« the following from a North Aaerictn eorreependent to a friend la Inglsndu eabraelag a t>uU of poetflcaUoa which give. a* all we a*k for. and which abowa that there is a growing party lo the Worth In few of doing us Jeatloe. The Northern finance* J art now aro In a wo no condition ttaBMTown,strangeeatheromwkmay eeem. The York Tlmseof December Uthbaean elaborate article In law of repadUttoo. Benkraptey In fact ateree tbe people Intbefoee. If the war lsto con- tinue tEey MeDOtta I oc bat ultimate rain. Them Is I universal eenae of danger Impretaed on the north* SHSi.^Salr newip peri ahow thla. We SSrctly read a ItnancUl article la altber the abolition igtKoopparheadJournal* thatdoea not foreMadow tha uttfi* tMokroptcy* Not only thla. not a Friday paaaaa bnt witn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 January 1864

Iff ,1 THki TRIWEEKLY TELteGRAfH VOL. XXIX—NO. 12 9 HOUSTON FRIDAY JANUARY 15, 1864 WHOLE NO. 8784 A Proposed Flan of Pacification. We pre* ent oar reader* the following from a Nortb American correspondent to a friend In England as embracing a basis of pacification which gives as all we Efk for, and which shows that there is a growing part? in the North in favor of doing us Justice. The N( rthern finances Jurt now are In a worse condition than our own, otra.ige as the remark may stem. The New York Times of December 18th has an elaborate article In favor of repudiation. Bankruptcy In fact stares the people In the fa:e. If the war Is to con- tinue they see nothing bnt ultimate ruin. There Is a universal sense of danger impressed on the north- ern mind. Their newspapers show this. We scarcely read a financial article in either the abolition or the copperhead Journals that does not foreshadow the national bankruptcy. Not only this, not a Friday passes but witnesses dozens ot executions ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 January 1864

Cfet Cri-fflBttMt Cdtgnyl ■•VITM. T**A . ma ■ij¥ i IS D I oo. ts; > months, .. Trl-WMil/, 0 month*, • Advertising, 80 moU par lis* each Insertion Tbkki.—WMklr, par I Mtki. ikly, 0 noolhii CM; 3 months Aavr Mail—Tb* "*at dhiwin will inn Janua- ry M. CUrrtM** ek>ff> oo all letiern to t" bey«nd the lfta >Mlppi. tt. Remit only Confederate money Me county scripts current here. Bnelote letter* to Telegraph office,endowing ob oelidd* envelope, "Army Mali." 0. S. Po t- im ami Ib all case* be prepaid by C. *. poatage •Winpa. Local atamp* will nut do. Aim to get year letter* la two er three daja before the day of MP* ••will Tea Walk In'o my Parlor V Or or 00.000 negro**, according to tbe report ot the Yankee Secretary ef War, bare been enlUted from among tho a lira* of the-Booth, and are now under ansa In the Yankee army. /ii the town* and fortre*aee captured In Lou Ulan a and Teres, are garrtaoned by negro troops. Do oar reader* In and ontof the army comprehend the significance o...

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

THJi TKl-WEEKLY TELKGRArH VOL. XXIX—NO. 12 9 HOUSTON SATURDAY JANUARY 16. 1864 WHOLE NO. S784 BY PON? EXPRESS. Special to the Telegraph. FROM ALEXANDRIA. alexandria, Jan. 12,1864. YANKEE DISPATCHES. Washington, Dec. 11.—Gen. Rosecrans was to-day assigned to the command of the department of the Missouri, vice Schoflel' relieved. Kansas Is erected Into a separate department, and Gen. Curtis assigned to Its command. Gen. Butler has beeu forma ly assigned to the duty of exchanging prisoner*, vice Meredith relle«d. This duty does not Interfere with the command of his department. Exchanges It la said will be resum- ed In a few days. The first regular volunteers were exchanged a day or two ago. Richmond papers chronicle the arrival there of John Morgan. Secretary Chase has gone to New York to negotiate another fifty million loan. Congress wl'l adjourn by the middle of the week, for the holiday's, and the draft will be postponed two days. t The Senate passed the twenty million sppropri atlo...

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

J mi ^ _ . , • months, tie; 3 mooths Mate p*r lis# seek insertion win leave J«nu - letler* to bo bey o<l Confederate money Telegraph offlee, endorsing m outside wwteHi "Army Hail." 0. 8. Pot* iMBMlli all NM bo prepaid by o. fl. postage ZgM will not do. Aim to got yoartotteve la two er three days bsfere the day of fatrtiw. wn TH wtiktat* r rt«* ? Otw 10,000 negrose, accord log to tbo report ot tbe Yankee Secretary of Wir, have been oslUUd from among tbo ibTN of tbo South, and an now under arms Is tbo Yankee army. All tbo towns sad fortresses captured In Louisiana end Texas, are garrisoned by negro troops. Dooerieedwahiaadoutof the army comprehend tbo HgntflesMO of these factaf Do they understsnd what Win be Mr condition If we are whipped f Lot ma tor a moseeat consider tbe plotnie and see bow It salts u. Oar armies disbanded and scattered to tbo winds, every gua aad. ptetol taken from the people nothing whatever left for defence against Insult, the people are first mads helpleae-i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 January 1864

TRIWEEKLY TELEGRAFK VOL. XXIX—NO. 130, HOUSTON MONDAY JANU; I ■ I BT TOUTS EXPRESS. Special to the Telegraph. FROM ALEXANDRIA. Alexandria, January 13, 'C4. Daring the last twelve days • largo nuuibrro' Yankee troop* bare gone down the Mississippi river to New Orleans. Look out for them iu Trx as. Partlea who have jim arilved from New Or- lean*, say that when they left, cotton wag selling for thirty-three and one-half cent* in gold, or Jifty-flve cents in Greenback*. Confederate mon- ey is worth 25 cent* there. Red Klver I* rising slowly at thi* point. A big ri*e is leporledat Shreveport,another still above there. COX FEDERATE DISPATCHES. Bristol, Dec. 32 —Oar latest advices from the front represent our troops a few miles beyond Bean's station, and active operations going on Confederate cavalry were skirmishing with the enemy beyond Regersvilie. There are nuuurous reports to the effect thu the main body of tbe enemy has gone to Clinton, Tenn. Indications are unfavorable to a con tin ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 January 1864

1 Iter % l c|t cri-s8etu( cdcpqft ■•rVNR. TMMAB. KM. Mat. www U. AiTfrtHtM. 'SSSTMi 1 aiesrtha. ljUtltlOD fltflMt IWt* 11 Tslegreph offlt •pa, "AnaylleU." wfB hmJm*- ers to go beyond oMemt money 0. H. Put- be prepaid by C. B. peetage •M. MM Nnw will o«l <t. Ate to |*( waatr wttare IS IntnktM dajre before the toy of hjufcw. Wk« Dam Y|il«t It appeara (kit the YuImi arc dtapeead to viator qalte aaaraay laTnu. W hailthat the rwpj ai Chattanooga have for the most part beea ■ml off. Hmm bar# prebtbly Ma* for tke re- Motito Vtdarala la Kooxvllle. Soma have Mao to raiafere* Motor, who bow b« fro arojr ton I; fkfla. la all probability • aaother army , fii addition to Stake', boa boca moved dm to oparato la Loateiaae and oa oar c*a«t. Tbooa amy aorpa originally numbered from twastrlTO to thirty tboaoand awn oacb. Their praaaat foooa la Imb ton to dftoaa tboaaaad. InaMb negroes hara baoa recruited In LooMana la Mow af nearly or qalto iba highest nombsr ■oattoaod betag aoat to tbli liota. Wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 January 1864

TH1 TRIWEEKLY TELBGRAFH VOL. XXIX—NO. 130. HOUSTON TUESDAY JANUARY 19, 1864 WHOLE NO. 8786 BY PONY EXPRESS. Special to the Telegraph. fROM ALEXANDRIA. alhxanubia, j*i1. 141u, 1864. There are glorious rumor# here end some of them at leait may be confirmed In two or three djv*-1 w lt for the document*. • *• ALEXANDRIA, Jan. 16th, 1864. 8o It seems King whipped Heenan alter all, al- though the Spirit of the Times In ltd reliable report of the affair gave Heenan the victory. He was wh®- ped the 25th round—pity b - th of them were uot whipped. _ „ , The Yankeee hare all left New Iberia. Red River la rising, It wlU aoon be navigable. YANKEE NlSWB. The Chicago Tlmea of the 28th baa arrived. It days: No change has taken plae at Charleston. An expe dltlon was about to start from that pi ice nnder com irand of Gen. Seymour. Its destination was un- k*ATebel dispatch nnder date of Brlatol. Tenn. Dec. Slst states that Confederate forces are moving In the direction of Knoxville. The Federal raide...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 19 January 1864

■•OTT9N* TBZM. s S. 1 omm Mitor Mi rnpiMtt- ^5 'aonibe, i j 3 months Rrjas oaths. • i months, . —nth a, f ! 3 months nta pw IImma Insertion IS*go b«yend M, Remit only Confederate moosy " leeleH leUOTe'u^eUgriBph offlce.endorcinf Smi,?, "ArayMai)." 0. 8. Pom* 233 sr&Bi ™ Tisstl hmm will not 4*. Aim to m via no or thro* day* before tht d y of - Wh« Pmm V1«W It ippMlt that the Yankees are dl«po «d to winterqailth|IW inTexae. Wo learatbstthe roope at ObaUaaeoga U?e for the most part been moved Off. Boat Uti probably gone for tbo re- liefoftb* federals In Knoxvllle. Some bave ■OBO to reinforce Meade, who now has Ave army Som t while, In all probability, another army eorps, to addition to Buki, has boen moved down to operate la Louisiana and on our ceest. TboM amy corps originally naabered frca twenty-Ape to Ibirty thousand men each. Their ir-eetnl PT*P U Iroa tea to Cfieon thousand. Enough negroes have boen roerultod in Louisiana ileJtew efaeerly or aalto tbo highest number lMaitoAOd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 January 1864

THJb TRl-WEEKLi afh * VOL. XXIX—NO. 131. HOUSTON WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20, 1864 WHOLE NO. S786 BT PONY EXPRESS- \ Special U the Telegraph. FROM ALEXANDRIA. Alexandria. Jan. 11. Tbe New Orleans pi peri of tbe 31st and let contain but few dispatches ol any Interest. They, however, contain several Items of interest wblcb, for the want of better material. I give below : _ . _ During November, says the London Post, there sailed to tbe United 8tates 26 sblrw "ander the act," having on board 6.637 passengers. 2,279 of which were English, 327 Scotch, 3,339 Irish and 69J oi other couu- 1''immediately after Morgan's escape, a 1 the rest of bin men remaining In prlsoir were placed In solitary confinement, where they have been ever since. Th. y are not allowed any exercise, r.or Is any privilege ■ranted them more than Is given to convicts, lhey "re now under the control of the civil authorities #3t iTwStW well understood that Basil Duke Is In • dungeon for some Impertinence to a guard. A Northern p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 January 1864

Cbt #ri-®BttUj Celtgntp^ T XA i. m. ovtMJMU, mttm 1 IMIkir |i i 9 months, i !•: ' W-WmIJi, • month*, <10; 3 mootha Advertising, N Mil par lis* tacb Insertion JDfW Will iMtlJWU- oa all letter# to go beyond _ „ „ nit only Confederate money SSS&^Smte^^Friiph •«•> « 4®rslog M wUHi envelope, "Army Mall.*' 0. 8. Post- im Boat in «U eases tea prepaid by C. fl. postage Mm. total stamps will not do. Aim to got yourletters la Ivo or thraa days before tbe day of floparfo rrr Tbe Concert lor the bsneflt of the Ladles' Raogrrs, on Monday night, went off veil with a atnglo exception. the reaalt wo preaoma of an sc eident.aod the roeoipta were biguljr eatUfaetory to the aplMeorlleh* manager*. Wo hope to hare mora of them before the aeaaon la over. (Itotcheaof Quantrell'e Men. )0r We hed the pleunr* oi meeting yeeterdsy tb distinguished chieftain 0en. Whitfield, who ha* been homo, alok. lor some month*. Ill* aervlcee in tbla war are aecond to thoeeof very tew cavalry officer* 111* popular...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 21 January 1864

THJbi TRIWEEKLY TELBGRArii. vol,. XXIX—NO. 131. HOUSTON THURSDAY JANUARY 21, 1864 WHOLE NO. #786 BY PONY EXPRESS- Special to tli« Telegraph. VROM ALEXANDRIA. ALEXANDRIA, Jan. 11. The New Orleans paper* of the 3Ut and 1st contain but few dlapatcbes of any Interest. They, however, contain several Items of Interest which, for the want of better material, I give below: During November, says the London Post, there sall< d to the United States 26 ships "auder the act," having on board 6.637 passengers, 2,279 of which were English, 327 Scotch; 3,339 Irish and 696 of other coun- tries. Immediately after Morgan's escape, all the rest of hie men remaining In prison were plated In solitary confinement, where they have been ever since. They are not allowed any exercise, nor Is any privilege granted them more than Is given to convicts. They are now under the control of the civil authorities exclusively. It Is pretty well understood that Basil Duke Is In a dungeon for some Impertinence to a gu...

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