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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 November 1865

The City. Mr. Freeman, a planter of Fort Bend county, was tried before Lt. Ool. De- Gress, Commissioner for the Freedman's Bureau for this District, yesterday morns ing, on a charge of^hipping a negro. Gen. Gregory was present at the trial The evi> dence of sevenu negroes established^ the fact of Mr, Freeman's having whipped the negro. Mr F. gave as a reason for so doing, that the negro *> d growty insulted him. The CommiBMoner fined Mr. F. $200, and required a bond of $10,000 of him to keep the peace towards the negroes. This was afterwards increased to $50,000, which was given. — Brig. General Gregory, Superinten- dent of the Freedmen's Bureau of this State, addressed a large ng>wd at the African Methodisi Church on Monday evening. The Church was filled with the colored popula- tion at an early hour, and the churchyard was also crowded, and he gave them much good advice. He told them they were sad- ly mistaken if they thought the Government intended to divide their former...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 November 1865

PvkM*rOraia. *Mck. I""* -CMMW TT irr Sr^ «• «• .••TflW Bapli-ti Herald." fulfill! <!arn ondentc Daily T l**r ph. FaTOTTB, HuWARP CO., Mo., / . Oct. 3d I8t>6. S ,viog associated with maitf n Kcentlj, I know It will y of your be gtatify- isflOMUM of the in to Isarn mora of tbe "aTtaation" in Missouri (ban they can obtain frtMB ordinary newspaper gleanings. Your •vMeat detfr* to keep them posted b«* en. ma to Mek a little space in your and ber flMtborn sym- snspected, was thrown control in the very begin- AOc test. The presence of and the outrages committed, lr sympathy, and aroused desired the more peaceful Alt organization had to be organ ii ft* Tb* j oenitly.' Tbe preaeaae of Fed- emboldened tbo*> of a manyto^rms who desired Engage >le persecution against all tbfcy sas- ' it whoa they had any old . circumstances inaugurated bloody guerrilla warfare, of ether Soathern States have fortu- nes to eni also In a system a reckless and bio a « ■ «U*vd ' ill «i WILSON. WhotSMlK •...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 November 1865

* The Citv. Look out for burglars and sneak Itbieve*! A frteli lot of £u picious-lookit)g cUaps have lately arrived here, aud they Ire nearly tl.it broke. They will probably pe^oi l to desperate measures to "make a raise.'- Be 011 jour guurd, at all times. —— The custom of negro boys being lllowe i to roam at large on the Sabbath lay, and to blockade the pavemeuts while ilaj ing marbles, and to use obscene aud |las|)liemouH language while white ladies : passing to church, has become a fettled ityice iu this city. As the Freedmen'B Jureau lias taken charge of this class of ersons, we trust they will cause a reforma- tion to be made, and to compel the young- sters iu remain at home during the! Sabbath lay, and forbid tiiura from violating one of phe most important ot the tencommaud- leots, "Kemember the Sabbath day to keep St holy." Two planters, named Wade and ICavi^is, were arrested and brought to this [city on Saturday last, charged with killing negro a few months since. They will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 15 November 1865

HOUSTON. HOUSTON. HOUSTON. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON. LETTER from V Special cm-po-de-w to tte * Ur Telo*f.|.h. Wahhihotom, D. 0., Oct. 30, 1866. Andy JohoaoabM indicated hla policy of the States to civil foT- .IrDmeof «>d all the other State. I have proceeded in ^ ■<>■* rapid maa- m, t« reconstruct, and bare net the . eordi l approbation of the President, in ■mrr instance. Then he hae pardoned ono S7«SSwi ho«t the aifnaturea of (ho •OoTeroora, nod aomMrtreD, over their h«ada when they ntmA. There U n* qaoation -rf «ne thuMT. and lut la that he ia reiolwd hi. w. **r V* Mataadafctvf A. Atlor* 'man** that oene for faror or for pardon. Htnnntlfif there irt one hhadiod thooaand ZlV&LXJXyX the ova on therootea, and all the day long haver arosod the Ipbhiea and ««te- Irooma of power and pUoe. The Attorney Oeneral| aftrat besieged by t)ow who have studied the directory* or learned the route from frlcada that have been i jm* Sometimea a greenhorn tries the President first, and cornea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 November 1865

I ( V X-' ' -v v ■ * Se , ' A Jr. i tie ptity filfgnf iSlE B. Editor GUMD6, Proprietor. flMitMi Norember 18, 1865. ggaSBSSS&SSStl Some two jwn ago a current newspaper item oon talari the information thai a new foot, a ladj, and bearing Ibe unique and •masloal title of Jean Ingelow, was attract- ing attentien in England. This item was moon followed across the Alan tic by several |Mri.n «y ind beautiiul poems, which w copied everywhere. and increased the rising Aaartean owriosity in rsgard to their author. 'English literary productions of genius asest! and find, always, as good a market with us as in Kngland, and sometimes a fetter one. Consequently, the Roberta Brothers, of Boston, haatened to offer to «ha American public the new poems, in a dainty little volume Of tinMd paper, bound In green and gold vellum. The popularity «f the book was instantaneous and extraor- dinary. By ail critics and in all literary circles it was received with delight and generous praise. With joyful su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 November 1865

Singular Static of Affairs in West Vikginia.— A letter to the Wheeling Reg- ister describes a singular state of affairs which existed ia Marion comity, West Vir- ginia. The writer says The sum of the statement is that a man named Henry Nay has for some time past bad a regnhpy organised Oovcrnmeut in Marion, iudrpfweut of the Government of West Virginia; that this government passed la i>, Issued proclamations, and enforced its edicts with toe bayonet; arrested and im prisoned alleged offenders, and extorted from four to five thousand dollars from citi- zens to indemnify the members of the so- called government for alleged robberies. Recently, Nay having reason to believe that be could not much longer maintain his usurped position, attempted to flee to the far West. With some four thousand dollars of bis ill-gotten fruits of eftee. He waa arrested at Littleton, on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, but while being brought back to Fairmount, jumped from the train and escaped. He i>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 November 1865

I - ( '-V- BP* *3Krai«$ k Jit E. H. GOWN, Editor Wd Proprietor. Noirember 18, 186ft. us Soias two jf«ns«o a currentnewspaper Item oontainsi the information that a new 4>oet, a lafijr, and bearing the unique and maiioa] title <rf Jeaa Inflow, was attract- ing attention in England. This item was coon followed across the Alan tie by several peoollar and beautiful poems, which w copied ererywbnre, and inoreaaed the rising American onrioaity in regard to their author. Bngliah literary prodactione of fipWfiBi Merit and find, always, as good a market with as as in England, aad sometimes a twtter one. Conaoqnonily, the Boberte Brothers, of Boston, hastened to offer to the American peblie the new poems, in a dainty little velame Of tinted paper, bound in green and gold vellum. The popularity the book waa laatantanoona aad artraor- binary. By ail oriOsa aad ia all literary «irelea it was received with delight aad generous praise. With joyful surprise and hearty enthasiasmit waa owned up...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 17 November 1865

MISCELLANEOUS. BY TELEGRAPH. JNO. M. CROCKETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ^ILL PI -«* aRSwaas P? MCHOLSON.of tiie <Ma S of Nicholson t Perls, has tamed his business over to:him, It wiU receive all necessary attesUon. Those ladabtedto Mid Nicholson, on private aeoount, will M£e cost by early payment. Candles, /Nil Received. And for 8alb— 200 sacks Coffee, SO ohestaTea, 100 bxs Soap, 100 Dxk Caadtoa, oases Claret, —uWHtr*' SO hbls Flour, 30 hhds Sugar, SO oaaea assorted 4 25 cases Ploklex, 100 bxs Codfish, t kits Mackerel 800 acka Salt, SO hnUSalt, W.000 Clears, . A lane assortment of Vobaeoo, and a well aeleoted stock of Shoes an* JBFmia. ALSO— A full and complete stock of Dry Goods. Cotton, Wool, Hides, and all country produce taken In ex- 0u« or received on consignment for shipment or sale. JALON1CK k SMITH, Strand, wttttwlH near Tremont Street, Galveston. Aux B. Thompson, Cyrus Thompson, L«te of Cuai<i>elt Hill. L*t>- o> New Orlra> # ALEX. B. THOMPSON & GO. Commission ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 November 1865

-4 i \ * RaifcV , !l« * ^ HOUSTON T1U- WEKKLY TELEGRAPH. £ ^ '"^2-£. VOL XXXI KO. Ill HOUSTON. MONDXY, NOVKMBKRSO, 1865 WHOLE NO. 3714 HOUSTON. M. REICHMAN & CO. IPTION k COMMISSION JflAWVtlAJYTS. PBOn WEtTBRN PAPBB8 OF TOE Mtb. BMlgaMiM mf Oeierali We hater aa4 which were changed every mouth and du- plicated o Mr Crawford. It is estimated that by Mr. Crawford's as- sistance upward of t#« million b ties cotton Vo™, va. vj „ «r w : _ n -.i t *'*d titty thousand boxes of touaeco wer< D . tli*3£L?EFML * •>•«"":r h OITSTON, TEXAS. AI1B "URl'ARKD TO A K E A T> V AN O ES NSiGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE Of all kinde* OMESTIC PRODUCE Gen. Magrtider's forces in Texts w.;re «Uf claims of younger men should now oe tirely armed au>l supplied by Europe, prin'I preferred to ^ Next comes Lord Ola- c pally by Loudon, by tha ;jersoual assist- reudon, an experienced and able iliploina- auce of Mr. Crawford. ' tint, probably butter acquainted with the The above is cited as a specimen of Brit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 November 1865

!> j* , \ in-Weekl# telegraph H. GUSHING, .. . and Pro r<«tqi|f. iasv Mgmm 1865. Habwrikm* to r e®lve and re- thU tin, and to which hi* receipt will *■ A. Mft mm* to crowd oat of oar 8*1- articles prepared for and In to-d*j'« paper, bo found to-daj tbo arti- " that on "Cbimlry" ancl tbo Mtde gem from Mollio Moore. The read art of Um. Telegraph will nut be Iras pl^aaed to Aad Ibeoaoryctre to-day than tboy would bare been on Saturday. Wfeile speaking of crowding out, we may a&t tbat advtrttomeots are ao ciowding in np^n na M to force u« to iasue a double ab*>et daily. Wo will endeavor, however, to make Stop tor nil thai come. To oar commercial friend* we may any that oar arrangement! for a complete and thorough report of tbo Houston market are aow made. We abail publish daily remarks «pon tbo market, and on 8aturd ya a re- mmi of tbo week* operations, etc. Tbia last article trill bo putliahed alao in a letter sheet for the uao of thoae who desire to com* Iy to their corre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 November 1865

(iil'll Ids, liial lilb ii, lsali- lo. Its! Is ot 1 the If 111* lint lent '.The City. We have heard mtny ccmplaiuts from oui* city nub<crilK-ra of tilt1 failure of the carriers to diiiver their papers *t th«ir btor-s a d places -if business. >md h tve tnk- eQ souiw pnius 10 see wiioa« thu fault was. And iu nine cu*e4 out ot t**u, we ioutid that the hoys hid promp'ly deliver-d their pa- pers, and iu stores where several clerks were employed, the o*e who arrived first got the paper. No v we protest against grumblers ■laiidxritiir the carriers unless they have good reasons for so doing. —— The Galveston and Central railroida manage to make regular connections iu this city, and both roads are well managed. ——The depot build ngs of the Galves- ton railroad company are being construct- ed as fast as possible, and will be ready for use iu a tew weeks. Passengers will then be Bpare 1 a great annoyance fro.n rascally negro draymen who are a nuisance to auy civilized country. — We again...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 November 1865

a* •$ n rum a. Omr {Cmtmwd.) Gbabak's Place. btu, 1 8ept. 12th, 186&. 4 cbptmi;—Sines your letter an X tli« heart-rending tltflegs of oar *sl te4 8—'* Mk, U >« boos impoesl felf |« eo *aeSeele with yeo; I have bad M «MMlB Uy «r ioiof 00 lnoe I wrote to yenfrom (till la '•8. But I will lake «p tke thread of my alorjr where I left off tve years ago. — " * — *i ^^e to Vir- tue to employ them ing, that every fomer slaves would come and work "for Salfh Boomtb aocsmpanleg m gimim, mmJ ob acoouBt ot his military edu- cation laMsediaiely reoaiftd a* appoint- mom a better pa- alUoa thaa I could give hi*. Wa left He- laa m Mriatawa atat bappHy and useful- )j situated with my mother aad Si alia at ftrtta*! limn la Alexandria. Bat when Baaka Invaded LouUiaaa, they took refuge te Texas with Helen, aad at the burning ef Alexandria, Stella's elccaat home was dsslreyed, end'as my plaoea we-e both laid Mata, bat far Helen my mother and sister weold have beaa keoseles*. She who had Hfe4 mj Ufa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 November 1865

The Oitv. We art Indebt.d to the courtesy of Mr Taft, the now Foot Master of this city, for the following list of poet offices. for which malls ere sent from this city. Gal- veston. Austin, 8an Antonio, Waco, Mar- shall, Shreveport, La., Victoria. Bask, Mil- lican, New Braunfels, Goosales, Brenham, Hontsviile, Crockett, Rusk, Henderson, Bastrop and La Grange. Mails are now being sent to nearly all intermediate points on those routes. Mr. Taft thinks the mach- inery will be in working order throughout the State and all tbe offices opened very soon. We shall publish the list of Post Offices known to be opened as fast as official infor mation is received that th e Post Masters have got their commissions. Mr. Taft is working hard to get everything in working order. Messrs. Henry P. Boberts and Joe Howard, of this city, have been employed as clerks of the office in this city and both are energetic young men and will do their duty. A young man named John Hohl' was examined in the Recorder...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 November 1865

■I HOUSTON. fWiWanfer tb«T*lecreafe.l BY THE SEA. Jftif U(I S. OSSOU. tUrrLSNtnra. Ufa to a splendor, 041 Bvk H the wt-Ui U-, ^ IrSSS" rmtMrlm OiKTSUKAISa. ^sssku, 1 (we on tiu MlnilW .. tbu w«Urn skies, it, like Br®. ru*h«f thro deep aad lo e-Ut W" I soul >, Casts l* iss. holds theod«sof tbe wood Ii t ■ * Wood red niu* U j white, whits Here tar theli*U«* seat itsmuimb, ' straw Msrt best In* clots Death is s story. Casts mm ins. Here by wis t is i A Hovsros i convent town BU hotna , Novel iWiitteu far Us T«i<*raph.| THE GREAT UNUKAO j No. «. * ■> Oslertd|«.. lir Aukki.iaH.Mobl 1 had hoped lo he note to give he rwad- m of the Biuoraay's TeUgraph, whioh is, fcj the wiijf, rabidly bt«u<uut^ " peculiar institution," ••!« ot Mother well's poems ia this article, The fnot that not a oopy of bis works was to be bought la Bouttoo yiy increased ray anxiety to introduce -'to' (he people t true poet wuo is very little known Batidg foiled to buy the book lor the i eason Above incotio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 November 1865

M CO HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. VOL XXXI HO. 112 HOU8TON, WEDNE8DAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1865 WHOLE KU. ^ GALVESTON. ball, BUTOBIIfOS ft OO. Cotton Pactum and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, OAiiVBSTON, TEXAS. twly Autn.t 1 m w.b.i JN^SBLMKSd^CO^ GALVBSTON.TBSAS. PBCTFULLY asks consignment* of O HENRY HINCK, OOOKSKLLKR and Htationer, (at How- M9 aid and Burkhardt's old Stand.) Twenty-Second ?**?! >1<ia.r Market, Galveston, Texas: Keep* con- a ,ttr*e assortment of BOOKS'AND STATIONERY, School Books and Fancy Articles, of svery description, at New Orleans prices. i "erepHnta and dealers will find It to their advantage | to call at HENRY HINCK'S Street, norgtwlm Galveston, Texas. •. SCHMIDT aoBIBT T0I8T SCHMIDT & VOIQT. RECEIVING. FOKW ARDIN9 AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, hk|ndley'8 building, «"oK xtrnnd. (iilv.tnn- tw6m ▼Mnn ot OUT WlL Seller*, whose long experience tn New York ctty will. It ts hoped, enable as to render tall satisfaction to all who may tevoras viththlt ttlfple. Speci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 November 1865

rjf i f Editor Fwprtotor. Me«gteib WOTd«> r tl 1866. TtM OWWliM tsen celled, end thepeoplemMelMMbe-, «io to oast about for tbete bos* men to send to it. Fortuo*toljr eeven woeke time will give them good opportunHrle ebooee, M well M to diMH • iMMuree of most importance to MM Mco.lhoi body.— Wo Ura io previous issues of Ibis papor ventured to sugfMt someeftbeee meesuree, and wo troak it will not * talon umlss if we still urge eewddersdee* wMeh to oor an now of the greatest iaytrUaet. And first of all comes tbe membership of that body. Wo «batt bo glad to Bee thU election infloeroed only by motives of tbo public good. Wobopeto aoo domagoguea left ont In the cold. We hope to aee nil jMlots, botbey of orbit political views they * y, left at borne. The reconstruction convention should hsw o ultra men in it Tbey should bo oil men of sound judgment and tbe moat ooOMffufitooiewa. It should bo node up of moo who thoroughly and honestly nppmUto aod ooeopt tbeaitun- don. It should aa wed bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 November 1865

MISCELLANEOUS. x j. h. igi.jt-.hant & co., Cuituu and Wool Factors, a>d gknxral commission merchants, Millican, Texas. sei> 16'wflm BALL; XlUrCXlINGS &. GO. C it U K nil.! commission merchants, UAi.V* fTON, TfcXAC. miscellaneous. < i . Exchange M Mi.W YORK u.; . «•• "T.uLi AN <> -liit. W. i*lv8.-.t.>«( s.- .ft- « v in O V s B ■ « N u wed. « CM M >ii0 A CO. * Ksch . *e B' Iters t«rS~' |x. !, J. s. COMMISSION LEE, MERCHANT, P. J. WILLIS & BRO., CUCOKS*OK8 'O M?'-'.. Wi M * Uro.", ntt'iei' 0 l(t «4ti*x\«! <« Main s>r *i« r Mmi* t «* •• bu-t nes« of Wholesale and Betail Hercaants, Oerjfrr.1 tifti-r. v| rv ProdtJt i* r . rUr >tti "• t" 'IN? ^ *# !• srl: . Vl AO«va <>ur h •*' •tforttllV- ! «•<•■• « ■■ Pi Wi SKJITHi TEACHER OF MUSIC I.AUKtNi'K. *KX (n WMIi", (-lrH-'iy >n .W t.r- ) 827.5.' (•!"•• 10 , *««• I elII « ir n • ' I1' !(■«♦ >S * G. W. CHILTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tyler, Kmitli County, TEXAS. WILL PRACTICE in the Courts of the 9...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 November 1865

IiMffftUgtflfgnifk I. H. CUSHHTQ, Editor and Proprietor. • .5 #1 $ v '* ; 'A ■wMtoa. WoTember W. 18W. fki lloa oooara to as whcttor or Ml M it M* tko put of prudonoo for oil who eon, to ontioipoto their vork ikli ytor by having tkoir floviog, eto., oil dooo boforo Ohriatmoo. Tko foot tbot there i« o wide-sprood indis- fwHIpo ft*o mbo rooooa or other ob (ho ftft of the froedatea to Bioko oootrooto for MZt jnrf 1* aoBifoet. They will neither ooatroot aor toy what they intend to do. Wo do BOt credit tko suggestion thot there ll ooythlng like o secret association oaoog tin for any porposo, boooaoo tko sngge* floa to too oboard for ooosldorofioo. They oro laoopoble of anything of o generol akorootor, not olooo by aotoro, bat they VBBttho education ood the facilities oe «•!! forthe purpose. They look tho moet toftrtr' okorooterietio of teoreey euffi- oIobI to moke took o scheme successful, lot ooy moo ooosider for o moment the tiftoaltioo ottondoot upon ony thing of tho 'tM* if oooeeirod ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 November 1865

Mr. iG, The Citv. There were a few eases brought be- fore the Recorder's Court yesterday morn- ing. The post common among them were drunkeness and disorderl y conduct. We notice new stores aud groceries being opened daily on Main street. Chip Solomon has just opened a cigar and fruit store in Perkiu's Bow, near the Old Capi- tol, and has furnished it nicely. Chip is an enterprising chap, and will succeed in his new enterprise. The ladies continue to rush in the st>res of our friends Darling & Merriman, and Wm. Clark, on Main street. These stores contain the finest assortment of ladies' furnishing goods to be fouod in town, and all sold at prices that suit all their fair cus- tomers Mr. Clark has just received a fresh stock of goods from New York, and Darling & Merriman are expecting their stock on the next boat from Galveston. The ladies will find it to their interest to call and ex- amine the goods. Horse Thief Caught.—A man who gave his name as Wm. Sullivan, was arrest-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 November 1865

■If-'- LBTTEB FROM HEW TOBK. nnilp* Ibc C**yw f Mil. tmmm Atotk* den. Lm j ij«rfai~il. ©, Phil**** C> flM*~WlHirc < «■ Mr.! JtfcrTTT MaUf-TlM Vautn «f the liglii If- ItafM J)ociri*e-Tfcf ■ Ca^MMtoNfir York VII- iMIrlMlwiiMlwil €cl«hfiliM~Dr. BIS«rb*~9iHr4er ■ RmII Matter— to«mw «at 0Mik-VMr* for the Stalb-Tko ImIm gliwii l il « MM) ofafco Math of PalaertMa. flVMlal MTMINlMM Bail? Telegraph. hkw Vow, Oct, Slat, 1865. UpM tb* rery day I wrote my Uat letter, 1 bad the p'eaaore and the pain of hearing tfceeairfcrated Wendell Phillips, at the Coop. m lnaiitate, lectare upon "the South VnX* " m*.H Ton have no doubt ere thia read IMMeeb which waa fltithfully reported in ■hi Hew York News, and perhaps rome oih m Mew York daiilea. it waa • pleasure far ■M to liaten to a clear, forcible, and elo- quent speaker, rach aa Phillips cer.ainly ia, Sat pa'afal to hear a great mad, tor auch ke must be eateemed, iudulginft in bitter ■tteanas upon the South aad Southern peo- ple, and uaing his gr...

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