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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 October 1861

títr oos, 1 is on ith copper. f the am ral of a Europe, for the ch says the i mustered out of ader- m f' s in thatc ■['• ■ ■ .:rLT "Our'-eadeiv hay been adrised that ¡ military movements were taking r V Tsbcthtown, Ky., on the Nash- L Louiaville Railroad, forty-three the latter city. The folroad aribe Boiling Fork, a creek" several Coldrough's Hill, was burned Is of the Southern canse, and b with the ene- i Hill is only thirty or forty gand ía an excellent c puint. It was snppoeed that Rous- -f Federal troops from Camp , were pressing forward F to occupy it, but wen prevented by " i of the bridge. The Confed- troops, from Middle Tennessee, were moving ap the railroad for alike pur- 1 and have been reported to have sue though tfy? , is a wy important strate- [point, and comjpands all the roads in ^section of countiy, being in reality a ain abodt ten i^les from Elizabeth- axound,'which, and winding over it, fine -.opike roed. From the heights ! mov^taiii tiiay plainly be seen Bards- i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 October 1861

s# \ ; ^ - "i— t % i a*. ^ «uw, r- NO TV* Orno.J Oar telegraphic dwpaU&es oí Tve ere somewhat oracular and - 9 3 -All «dvertiíenients. ex- cept tiMle « parties harto* annual contracts, fcaat be paid for before publication. Citiua .—Tbe necessi- ty of the times baring led us to cease tbe pub licition oi tbe daily for the present, we bav« oím^nSeítbe publication J the Tri-WeeHy, which will be furnished to the public at a pnce, in keeping with, the Hlrd times. Aa the mails are reduced to a tri-weekly ser- vice, our paper will re*ch the np country peo- ple. on erery arriral. Tbe rainroad and stagt 4t>ute to New Orleans now open, will enable at to obtain tbe latest news, almost as soon as bj the old route. There will be no detention here aa the news received by night will go off in tbi cara next morning and be delivered to our city subscribers atan early hour. " • jrT #e are authorised to announce Á. P. WILBY of Walker, as a candidate for Congress, from the 3d Hep«esp"t Mre D's ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 October 1861

f Oct.. the North Carolina,) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8* 1861. Clothmo foe.Voitotkees.—An act of the federate Capgress, approved August 3d, provides that the commander of every ■nteer company shall have the privilege ^eing commutation for clothing at f twenty-five dollars per man for -months; when they shall havefur- v,aeir own clothing. ep's Gokmand.—We learn from the .fis Appeal that a portion of General iee's command, heretofore stationed pve Pocahontas, Ark., has been moved "f to Point Pleasant, Mo., a place twelve miles below New Madrid, on the west bank of the Mississippi river. The balance of his forces, with the general himself, were to have arrived, at the same point last Friday, his purpose, as is understood, being to co- operate with Hen. Johnston's army iu Ken tucky. k Thi Lose Star Rjfles, a volunteer com- pafly of^cit'zgns binder Capt. Massie, last Saturday l jcluded, to the*\umber of 58 men, to go into the Confederate service, in \ the Regiment now organizingin this county ¡¡...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 October 1861

*- . ¿ S-. C«al*«am« Cauri al tialTdtloa. fj Court ¡« fully organized and ready for business. JaJge, W. P. Hill; District Attor- ney, George Mason; Clark, Marstis F. Mott; Harstt&JI, ffm.T. Austin; Deputy Marshall, J«hn N. Reed; Commissioner, Philip C. Tucker. The flrst Monday in each month is appointed for holding special sessions in admiralty. The third Monday in November 1861, is ap- poiniaé for holding a regular term, for the trial of common lav and equity eases. FrsfSMMfar Army Supplies. Hbad Quart bbs, Galveston Tex a?, i Jmy 30,1801.) In accordance with the instructions received from Commissary General of Subsistence. No- tics is hereby given that Proposals will be re- oeived at this office for the delivering supplies for the Confederate Army, either in full or part rations, at any point on the railroads connect- ing with Galveston, or Houston, payment to be made in Confederate Bonds. ■ Proposals will also b¿ rece ved, for the de- livering of supplies in sm til quantities...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 October 1861

W <: - . - * X-.": 5Pn-. ^kMM' SraplF' '"8| ** St* g? a*#-£50 . IiF'^11 :^.-P ^éS!;¿-j O ««* Jfasd hy í V^-< SÉ; ■2"- iv ¿•?V a* 28. &.J A ' • . * 7 .* !b¡r¿M¡^ú«F«dk ■■L to .private :¡ÍH0ít^Í^r: |í!3.'. . aotiog Govcr I l$wi#i| Vlít rsr <ttr disloyalty, and he pus up or down tba undergoing & destructive fire from Navigation is acta ally Nashville, Oct. 2.—The Louisville Jom- ad <* the 30th has reliable information of •the taking of Manchester, in Clay county by P*0. Zoliicoffer. the Journal reports that number of arrests are being made in ed accordingly eraiiata would he as tfetis Tictory as the Gooftderataa ■*«! wAjafiMiftn nf RjfthfHftlWl flf T" ooteaablethevictorito di< all verywelltptdt óTan ara . Misaíaqpftn ; but,if«*. irafic&isea ea ia which ate* and . &*«*•' JniBWt Otrr, Sept. 28. Mi|4^ ■ ; left the city Toeoday at noon. He says the ! main body of Qen. Price's column was at I that when he left all the Fe- had been releasd on giving k Od. Mulli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 October 1861

Wash publication. r f / Tn Tu-Wioelt Civilian.—The necei ties of the timan having led ua to cease the pi lies tied of the daily for the present, we have commenced the publication of the Tri-Weeklr¿ which will be famished to the public at a price, is keeping with the hard times. í art reduced to a tri-weekly ser- r wilt reach the op coontry peo- rrival. The railroad and stage r Orleans now open, will enable us note to New Orle. as ttoe news received by night will gooff in the ears next moro-og and be delivered tc subscribers atan tari y boor. t is said the Confederates were iu force at Washington and Newbern ; that 2,000 of them liad landed on Roanoke island, with the intention of destroying the light- house and dwellings of the Unionists. A considerable force of the rebels, were seen neár Uewport Kews last nigtit, but withdrew after burning the grain^ks. St. Lonis, Sept. 24.—All the officers of ho. Fremont's uiafF )M INMMC report themselves at headquarters I to onr dty of Walker,asa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 October 1861

■OCSG C1LES11E wmL 18,1 20 *«5| 28 30 31 T, tOTOBEK 16 1861 Hi* ST The Fortren Monroe correspondence of the Tribune «peaks of the reception of number of deserten from our «noy. V The Washington correspondent of the northern papen seem well satisfied that it is (haJatentiM of 3p*in to recognize the Con- Our' ranea are urging an advance on Washing- ton and assail oar Generals with consider- ' lililí! lihiiinsiwi because of the delay which ' has already ensued. Tie Charleston Cou- rier carnes to the nfisf of ti Gensrals, and lays all the bhme on the President. Sere- ral of their articles are as ridiculous and ar- rogant "in tene as these of the New 'York press In their "On to ftiehmoBd " cty. The lesson which the Federalists learned from following the advice of politicians and newspaper editors, who cannot possibly know either the condition of their own army or the position or strength of the enemy. " We have assigned to our Generals the) con- duct of military Operations. They and they...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 October 1861

Pnynali to r Army Sun Qrunn, Qutmu Tntr, ( . . ■ Jeljr M, 1M1.) la flulMM with the inatrnatkma received Ads OonuatsaerfGeneral of Bebatatsooa. So- |¿ea ti beraby gtreo that Prepoeala will be n- eetved at tbieofloe fcr thedafavsrisgaapplies tUMiaWmli Army, either in ftill or part rations, ai any poiet on Ibo railroads connect- ing Willi Ualrsiloa, or Houatoa, payment to be OM# ift Ihnfahntr Pnnrts Proposals will sisa ba reos'red for the de- &seat&5Z£3£S2& In the Hew and Spactoua Iroa Edifice, known aa STORY BUILDING, Southeast comer of Camp and Oaaunea Streets. wr ■añusca on both iuuii. -TTT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. rACVLTT: RU DOLBEAR uiaauticu Dar&Bnn GEO. B. BRAOMTT tofBasf, floor, pork, ries, soap, aandias, vinegar, "^beCoofedenUe governmentrelies apon the patriotism of Um people ot Texas, to oome for- ward aad sustain the army in Texas. All thnss desiriag to gira such proofs of their de- T«tiMt tha oauae of Southern liberty, are raferrad to the following communication...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 November 1861

•<fc|£* ' w# THsfci ÍHl-.v ■ ;-'':^^i§ ■$* >% m «•*? • s"^M@^te^y «♦--a* if * ESaf '£*v& I rv-MraESSSKif.: %" ' PÜ . (Ml *?g SP i^M en." * ; Ito*. - A. W.TemaL *\E OMhitr/'-* &MHÉMam/*m t kmt* **ÍÉ ti of* «M*r dh§ feritflte « Uul M rwraia, sw. n-ot the 5 " -*w ■ .-<• •. Fw'MW' «nevar T T« search with as4 rfmifii fbom. we ^ -s Uto dree, tfe laities tkt bao wost, Mbat M tjM these their enea eili ,,«tHl A' tt of ffe ^wbti.or ;fntcdU t|a t* i*< J tíbekwwtd ftÉ Vpmni o« «feo Y l>f Baf. t*rr. 1P« h**a thai «c Friday eramny, about , í. M* A* rí4«MT' sch'aar, Sato «a- up v-.jkttt i mil of the Bat* «e mé «fened £re* 18 iwihMiL Onr gnaoets *« u ái time, tag twa¿* tu ber a reei^AíáÉu i The • -i* * fv>i oee, pass i a r (Sue b& «ona ií the baiierr, h tag oa the elige qf the river and IM tí* m«r The battsey tf8ii4 iu. ihe «Sot tt ooor, •t '!*¡mwr fted • ® g beraelf ia danger ¡gmt mtI ta Ml, afea^doaifl? the ooateat ha* tXj'UBíBit. Tte' W^rjr ifeed §ed dMü^ artt ccaaú...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 November 1861

m ' ,, ' _ 1 A é napwi.- *■ f"" V- ¿Sf •■«**■• y «•■" ' 4 fta **«m Jftfi < WHitó lew - jKoiy t '- émrf ■>*■*"' iwwiA- ■ "• 7 v.. "-•£**¿4 ! • fifi! , &-¿y! uí #i , a W *y k ■ i t *•#£. mi i k*g>itó fM ^•^ii JUrT«? f* BK«L .t% • ¿fe - ■*&?"'* w v* ; ** , #-* sfrw-p# ' ■?" * , T-ifc u<| wtff «p^>fcitoo '*Cl¡^ pp^*y<y !W ft*-" 1^"®* -to *3jj| * •• "^ ,*& -i Jfe «"Sis,. «* w. X.■&***& I i # * :- IkSfc -i ¡jUrto*^ . «U «• ' >v ,C;„ 1*& Ü Carrm*TU.La, V ., X*r. "** ¿*• Arteeía®-*!, Ow ta 1 nt tm. ON" awJ biotkaéi VgR BnSfwtftw'O «a ,w —r l Aeltlh, ofA'Ü . TW «f tW ^ ^rn\tm ■HA giii • taL ■ • w ■ af totriimty .;. 'TI#' bad ttmthcir 15^!S5i5S«í2¡v5b or ef at ll« tta tW abip. y. HaaaMy, a coaai.iaraMa ata—toce .tota iyua* m ata «rta Ato alta dhi«Nt «Éitaf ti Ctr- by tW reWU 7 ta inch oí the : way to tW MÍ luurw ia Ái the rebel wtñch weaa- ¿reatly. as fhey Ül n RWt :pr *■ SWmenee "Wff wl :; Ata tokio* >l min oí Ü nW en tt waa diaaawta ttatW raha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 November 1861

ni ft iw*ia> JL \~m¡ «Mt «Mí* J Itj * ;A***Wfe «AwwaS? V-*"4" irfm ffc «N* MI « [M3¿1 vwm. * I -• í «*^1 r "®^ ?*' ww ■P**tíi!:..T ■' " '*3 í*': '•%f* * w "** f i*«. l.-¥¡ar%..#-r •'•' -Ami?' f* r-wdm>f i . i '; ? i A* I* Bfe ■I- I <*sfc?" m- - • *>, & Wí?-' 4:-

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 November 1861

ir* ¡ *:i ? $'~já "í- Irii m • .p r:.- h ÉlítJIl mm>*2 ti* pWWi.fi Wpm ' 4 «i thai heSh** PH#**" ífcWfK' «* f|BI BaÉ 1 ta bsftaíf *<t fh# < ** « V;^ *3|ÍE ^flfe ' *adi urer. %.U ir ' - IbsstóftS v I wpy^a í®¡ ftMfW *«T . «** f 4 -l-"*1* -< i*r*kr*- * Í ! gr^| htitmr !;j# I eJw \ - *wrgt «• * * .«c the j eü v-^ ' * 'I I'll JEllplfcdi ' «! W tito ta tjfer brt! The fj:b wjag ■%.4:| W*M "■*&* -*4 -.1SÍ WiptJ V r¡i- fg a «a «i* n?n<' 01 dar lte| tísntua. brwr ftp<« tad Sfci "I0Í9W fruns Mjg fcr another to be a hardUhiD to the mea w^W'FÍVl his-; rít upqo W ítay our tow o hu| n*ar£wtouor We are onr entire female. ÜWaJÍ, mr- ae*e*M éaémmn, ¡. U «* ¡I Ueokat l^fe lo bee l ^rm^c tkát tM aad üao iOrJ, «K'tw ¡t;iS!*0U- ble rebel hmi t" pnt eot to parui * ir %V.,--'- *T L J*Slí «f Uai *.tv«. •ts^* h *M«V ta «tíf i « | *1 •' ?«A* *Vv*. f f W'i",' m 1*a*$ f v* m| ;#!l «•-«Mr "M y .at «i* rumi* j te **y t me*a| fu >a j o# ítar. a. i • Ufe teta * %#f^ I f fe*t, at a v«* F«f ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 January 1862

ÜM'- ITESTSS WEEKLY tlHL It*. rruiMN 11 tl A T * CATC* * re*«* ne imctiniM : p#tuk¡MHB<«.«.«. •«*'*'. $3 Wft - íf uotpsfci eiiv.n* amathe 4W p r toatotov-.ta ■ i mass, C «f ) *- «aaetpee* IN¡§: f S—n IN mma&m MTtoteflNNi and ftflpeeBteter n ibn. ww Nwüiuti a ««R MOmnRB : k if-ült *<«ar* «T tos Iterar Iw #1 fortha irnt ¿reta a+to** al ter Hhrb'catoeifuent iaserttae. i) Wwita smdr^ resrtredreetteeweetsa *) um spatter wr ye**. Kalty. T«i «I ■ Waw ro* WMK«i*T,in. tlt lüt. JP^Ttie weather hacheen rtry eold fer ft* • d:á^f. ; ■Hr. A swtoaintely *t ftous&oo by the, ► «• OA. > lfc nw%. - rsgjimttat p*sm4 a -y ac^at ha* issued aootb « hm h Mm ) lbs I H fí>« <á Royal and Ship tdktod, mí *w plam ato te be Ib* beais ef operations flow will eeeape tbe wrathful viaitetkw M^WÍbgWk.*tbtopol lC«S Qjf QWV hftSUSi, i reate . So beard oe P*« of th eredupUcfty ftwd reeeoge. Wbrer haired aod! malevdefwe, aetaatod by tha msetiieafcftfrQt ^ «hfsat and (Im bopelemness of MMe«, sabíale...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 January 1862

p ait «ratee* vil! 1* a Ato. 1$.—By tW arri- tetra ef t W Kéof of Ac Col. Wi P. Leae.ai Greer'. ' a ten am iUMUJoM. ürt 3M. I. ■ I bo ml b ft ;MC i ^ tfcmrt Míiinhnmir W ánA ing Wsbaea raeeived by the Department corroborating AM MM Mi tw« Uuriiat.who bftft toMca # I ■ ■ m M atiU to tmw Wr «i* OmO. Wool cad Orm- M bis c a jIM . rtMyrtá.(y<MllM>b>:- 1ft Mat rifht * *;|ftf V ' I tftnUtftl Aw ta mebtef e'aA •# facte ' ta A «mi TVf tMÜ to act) afcoea M tMlyt tini y . Mttq M X Wwa ilM $iM ftftftá te at} i ah«w AM tba« «fttey^ tilt «Taw at thetrapteal fcaMta an «f teatfe •r pngr «4 « í ..nnrto tí at if a MM baft b 4 oum prtodatos, all tb# advantage* Ift tlfcr ftftcit aillaevar mtoe hjB what W Man Ib 1*. A Utü* baw^ia* m ft ' k WjhdlW. * ~ *-i— .^a WH I '«PsAng V* *U atlmiMU ée toeai a -l the caatiffwai . llAUfiCK — T-* I raaa 1 h e XftVl^CBrtliM P« *t from b*M, «cebad y , fight. •n Ac Cherokee.) __ «mWm above Fort Üfrmm. TW i «rato fcwoeasiMeiatail af ISM ama af mwaMar d nf Cd, la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 January 1862

■aro than <Mt Saturday * Frdetal bin|w amar - ta pntty 1 ata te tb Fart al t* d at, when thev hautol da a aad i#tura*d the fi-e.Tbey *h« aad ah*H at the Fort ( it Iba ta* *' iw1 é* i MI fall. Tbée u *11 esa tat will hard- bul Hill •Mt of Ib* at day dawu advansd 10 Me laft lbefort aad a Federal bar oC ll is seid ef Pon •algwt aká {O •tgarU HítÉÉüR I a rol lita to thai total Hr wbna |by certain !■ • Division ota tM S4 About lU*JU>n for the fW KwT^torW (he "foramrd asureasen*" «( has «O toag beau detovud |y baria" fita tilt— of' lWr<t bat ai* n> y he tí raitrned. Ti¡¿s i* te article attaaai i ply imfnrh i| from the North, .«aad war hare éiTikyd the fid theI . if hap al bao*. imm frwt it Telegraph that Gen. Iiiii ■—faH li p t Martial Lav a partir* oí the coca / i ,* El Paso. 1 i*< ef -uce propoaing aa exchange of jaaheaa mMTfti from the F leral* (T Our fcxwt Cash? - magnifies ereatly Ha' lack or metr¡zt ta. -.jpoéuring a lot <j| ¡¿lar haantís* the South through,. aad -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 January 1862

m-4 tcrn'VlrKlnlM Ttairi Mmh MOCH< Port Battle neat Ctneral Ww l«tw«. >orthern Aeeount *. hrsaovr. J«. « Tk. To* «¡T '* ¡ji rfe J" É )Ml M MM fd ■ TI BkiW^Í W.sh- ,^^2.1 ; : "McCWItaa Is ad- ía tfedHlliag •* sÑlMaty *iftripl a w, also m ti tw*m * •*« * •* rft I i 1 p—• •!* <• hts eolamas ** J¡¿ aadbvnaa. Ws Oeea thS.dolaV '* the •<*** with fagUod.*" .. in ti*mit. liM unut UM. Rt.^*W %*&** ***. $0 fcaalaiRj baa >i w«M. The People $ lUrk, fciemsclv at MowtiUf Green. w re-nrgsn- **4 M I#mi*edt*. Th* ra * nt Soul be A tti Keutnrkv is unreliable. th-B nattm **** A **-■*. ■ | V asm mi row, Uwd. 31. FederaI reo moois- ^■wtf *b< «r thai thn. Confederates have atn«ng tmhsl guarda bev<od Ihraiaavills. Farther, UmI the Owlwlf Klfti b *e more* their nnter han backward* i few mile*. indicating thai thnf ftm going into win** quarter*. Tba Karrtaad litiahnra baa met. H. Win- ter Davta, Ilavordy J ha%B od TW iteftag, naaililaSaa ' frw the -Federal ^ar Hoi, nrtvu'M KHUi^r** ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 February 1862

•A* : I*? "m^«tfiffer fcMfev faafeh^NrtlMk. JvXMS H. I i it efcwA o tA tee; arfcat ip&r- <* Aa ;;«AA *rw*n Ab* fih *t Vmdel*. ut tfca tUrfcw iof !f. *4 4^r#rG,a- MR*. V GJf «f^ Bail* ¿lit few# If. (|nHl (ks^-fetlr &• (*j?M to ¿¿<i|*. )M « t^ftriiry —frittf' >i< -■ . %j? tWWln^^^jiMl < 4«(JF fc*l/c*J tir íi^fe k* «-* «U U**t it u.i' ktMWMflPB aNtffe fv|n tti 4 ra mtém *¥ -4áüiiBa-'*. T *y*t toagfttfegAb itta to.«i¿ ..~ mrifoAttfr Hill wt* , A * * 4 i i ' j «4, 'Sheiwet ' tt*i « 4 la* jiftftiMA.t *.! i#* A Mm -.JltM* ) * ■jP* . wr mPPpPIP ^,ií 'iAiÉ|p'6feiÉfc|^ •" . • . *- * «♦';*.''■/. , ■, .-■■ * **0*- M ' ■ ¿' *«£#*, ; .*.t ii^g^bt#*1 ' - •« « ^ '-. . w*#j| 4fc **N*6 W «4 tA *#4*|| £«#%*•*!' ÍH< *>«4 fe * -**•## I. i i -. fcp***A' *# ÜWf •; >* IX* H/ b *)#*>*$ tt* *) "** jj¡Bf A#-'fe* '*." •' \>" !MI0 tffl- *- i " * *• nim jrt.yfcf |M !*& -«* ♦ t-^rf At- * ■ -: * fe •<#-?- - ' - jiriNÜ,' |p> .fAtaÁs^f^i if ,:i: *t ' ■• f ft % 9 fW*# "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 February 1862

i|p : r *. m. mm am ¿afea** ra-h I e&sde *r MM lupjftkai rowmt, t*s*m hm •* *. . MaSrseAA, A , .[■■■i i u,i i jr**m A. batas, rms wmi iwjiH *r % «tr featóti h C« ImUl. i W. I. Wtn ti a .•■ ITT *« -ere aethsriast tee*M«t ■« «* !** *a«*tec* Jtwix n , Avr rt-afaaete* to Uto We — bUm i W i 'i hmua c.ifMUiii • «Md¿r¡rw mttoe lUnAH t^ flCDSKtCK C ktit.ltlÍK w TM m W* in as* tallarte. ftr Aliema W9a*aaa'tewte«i to IT* bar* . m i* *« to *b* prtellg* of our irM to any lippw# adraat- M? gira *s. Months lead te piare the ftsld agaiaet oiSa ir«f of plMpe'belf * raotwe of meb, thoroughly arro- binad <Hoipp*d, aodsapporied by m laamenee Sruouat of artillery, gaum of tbe m st improved cal i fere. Besides ths*e%for laod n«r cy4g is mam aatfroneded by a ■amk If of fnrm stable —aspadle**—. pre- pared Ear i ywti u> i|il*H tbe eittea tod to wr.e Which 11m oe* f*teo«ive Bee border. It 14 l-j]^ )t jy§ liHHUW l(A|lf to wait tb* Aism of ewrtttr wAiri « the jfraBjUiof aeraemr whoee blow* Iff Mttag...

Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 February 1862

mn. •fe RtvrrI IttOOO ■Hw tkii%atr fl (del K:«g. at I *tt T*aa la* fcr tb* Hifl •aS-Oft * •„ m£r * a*' efta^aef Svm X r <l« má SaaJ h* (I «W *f ■ >raiiia*«aaa VHPVHHNHHQMMHH tbo «Ste-r* *f tl*e Arm and S* |4« amied ! mad aad Wegbiwin ' feieftaH flnftlp KUa. of Sw Bnafftbtte MM >etht a hban «ad. Tba \ u.aea éinuBt i Tmcaivca tu* «n ti hCiént of tW Cm- Tnktemlof ■ «* Ikpf.H • A 'kftttM- from the Ooanmcaa Teer.tory. thk,a«fn lie üülüi: « «raráltp dftaiaai p*e jfteeV «na i-mu 1 ta the mm vf um ^«n ef Tba lMt.i *ae *íw * * ■ ETUi'Qi f ¿ i jmíaaaiJte fham.¡ ^ * *ri Qx lllllliH HwNj *. ij iírp i¿a*Cft'n« f*e A i mmTñtSfí Iftát l kí IIIÍ , va Jns -f k> i it M <^y HIIÍM|> rm , * ■ PM^Í}.-AM^ ftrm íkhfcfk ••▼ft K hetun «nd Bar tfced in borh eoftwrai ¡'.Kderam, iMMiAkl. li t of -0**v laM? * h*t MM, «y* pa**3 * '-• t ■ÉMtaS^S^S d;epeM?b«* ERm that th« ««* «T fe' «ties&pt *£*u* t Í «f «■!■■■■ JLt threñe^hra r. f tbaat , r^JURt, CMftft-f i llW, fti itm X ff*miem m j«st íréai...

Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 February 1862

Úi- m. o wu, *f^£ w<n>i ,4J •• «•••> J «*4#tfme— )« << >■ • <%%« in ■m* v« fjjtM i *v.i ■wTw otto aaaof la •* •*■ 1) «(dkf «C MKtf Ce~_^^R - - - Mov %* te. p * **«**« ; J4 i—.to< jb A-* ■■ 4 ■ J. mf, •iPlAtl f , it* ■ h«iNT. ? ^iiipWjh JW. IttA. ■ Pact at' TtogetoPaiat wflt to Mart ba háewh <M K. WfSOUk ■"■ Crdii^ltRStorr Oto* J*■ '. 1, *iM A, A. * ><*'a>. taiyttiffl, mm - ~-=s=sesse" ft BV TELIIGRAPH. t* tbo «fu # Island Takfn! fftiikre^ asgin^t Crn federates! —- SOOO A onffederates tak- en Prisoner* 11 and 1000 Tanb.ee- Killed & ounited I Elizabeth City burned from Ft. ■ i é« ■—— Henry ComB*aiiir.uion with Memphis rat off t At K<eA|Wt a ara# *enk ;y saíTW Wm4 vm u It Nrta * tW Fedtoola. T*e R*t | m lb ooly to*! tbdRefi Cbarleetap r«ad. dfc lit the r*sWral« arggfrcqg Pi the BTM Trtii it* itm bridge tíMUntl T*0 Pari*, that fighting h*d •i FarcOanafeea ba ?«wtó Wani na Nwhnkto from Furt Den* Oa* i'- • i Arraaan fr«a -a*" ■ mm drAvrta Md «I r...

Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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