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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - December 7, 1865, San Antonio, Texas T i slit to ml) fo ddblUk, wiu Jantw, il lo rnistrpug TT imai luin TjF'ijtift 'March, iijenTt of J WaVflBMlOro'. flnnnrnl tV.fl VH.i_.-.J-.H Li> __J ruin, who, uroukiup np irtoJ, uro o-w. Another act wu t vrfJ bniHAiHuiilhings Jot Coy lohSaOqi, ilivvrcd to Gen. ooa 'HinF'fif "_ il'f' >fc cotton.dehvcnja, for acoount'of, ori'tyiht'Mtf'udlldti at j i to. .Tumos1 and tynnlj.1 u .Upon tUo ovoning aD jwsiiUl Iktf ttrfeduA. tiro-tVMiFiii f fcHetf' l.'istofy cMe-Wntltfctif Of There is liltie-ntnfcetron.ia dwcUiM ikW tail upon the wMbb pornllol most be rcnitro, or in otlwvaittUar.ifvati Jlr, oercakaiy to i'r I not pmwe now ___ to xtato is that tho Ceult was Hot I ,T, I VICOS. it I .wlreSMJ tU'thpy'aro cpftle'dVKpjd for it >y ieJSiSlff State IbM-Wtii'1 iiOOO men in ordcm.oa-thii! im fornflingr pnrtlcivto thravjrU u Ibrt-fcaV oo'dtolotiJd-'b'y oxpdHI'fC. whdre .u'zpprt'iiic'a lijcu' ouutitlfir' JM Th? from, aJliultdd and'admitted. secure nectiaqily' J troL_ 'In1 1 ed bud onapuroliaslhu 1 uut .iMoliujR.-to pi W'''''r M WltK mMWW" .'Mr Mloltoia to pV it df r lie also drew; in Stato'woi hnd itnlinu. tlioro but'biic Cotifcd- lt: i T- T I pme banraa, Hioiml litlJo patfbp of clcaaiiip. parties liirfl to go so far a'-fielJ o. that tliOy wwb taken prUoim tho.funo.of.wich suflbrfiig cannot bo Wondered ritif cnptnrc. lliore fornpowwho returned' to littJe.or nothing witb i tha men from tlio a men rom tio ttpproacbcdln tlic-.tuiliUry of tbr ycanii Hut' tlic iulTuiinp of the mJnaMl ew n itK trcH column couslstinp, lH earned with vii OUUS and IWIfpl. r nt'dHyrn.oft.tJjw.ahd wJy.npriBg.wlH, jhiur 40 dpwetjntf from tplreH'orbbscri'nBo'Alho 'I'0 morning'pf ew n IhelK crathp fef pTockhnr Kb buds and twipju. of K ifcw wintry with outer by QonfVdc: 'flll'1" tbJo-lHNiifa fctiloU fortomt-Mr. cdvorW'by cont. of iUi orlginnl vulu'i nl PpMjj Ji luill i dorian Jan- -UW.I monJ' f vlt'app.iiars that of r ir b ihb i 'Mi; Jr, i ,.i or Cbiniii'ittoo of Safety. ft 'to havr ibcen Low Any of those ftltcs, nrid n' BtrinJ two r'- nor- lam .rBinbolimd iidtf City soVeral -irfUxtltH'of tblttitlhttitinfiliiitttiKfiif i 'itappears tjml in Cuiilodcnilo from 'tbq Treniury, uii'dur''i'-" respolislblo for ..'tat J'uhd, S ot: rj d i, nl Wm'.i'tSIIirfnirjiiis borrcBnbli. under nii actwni r moftsurcs tO'Bticuru'flnd >1 and hr.p.ajnj to G 'coni'iniihd .njf.no., docmod St to'Vy tha morning of tbf tUVrBilroiwI to j JIUIBW. Tho .mnilkry OMkinr ta tlio exluutipn of (be b'tlio -Peilcrali en tlw not until ticii. LIiidiwT'VValkorbad of bis which Wt-w.'qf-coBmc, rt, tat on coming Throe times' QlbbOns' c6rpk Burped up" mid ..........Hlliny-wow driven book. told that _ i "f rfd one ftaaiytj-tLcir captorK. .1 :-it uiy, in siicu n pligtt-niuH Lavey been atoir.flaat i The. retreat, in tbc M- intesMippiil Dirt of they bnd'tlirown up-'and'hcIfT .Ittrrojr iat. nnd fell Irnek nutil 10 or '12 -o'clock: ing. Than and i up for, protection. tW ho After ft delay of two or Federals onward .in.tho diroqtiou of 1'otorsburg, Uiki.jg tho Confederate llricsMi revert. moment Long-treel, ttccompanied by Bbnnlng's Brigade of about 170 bnyonoto strong, juct tho on- fresh troopa-to hurry ;up in.Lia rear, null to forni lino, in front of Petersburg. _ Siniultttiieougly in'an attempt of IIcth'sDrv lines, J'. Hi 'fvrho commanded th'o Corps to which Heth's D vwiou bolorigod) lost n lifa which for-four cxposod in nearly a.-lm, country's battles. .About tho saui moment wasi dispatched tho moniorablo, teUgraui which surprised Diivis incliurcli, and announce! that tho last day of thnt heroic 'had uiado'Riohmond the most' memorable of bt euguerod cities length arrived. Tlio do J by. tho jobstinato dofensc of Fur Gregg, and bold handjinx of ]Jen uing's brigade, paved Totcntburg until tho cot. ton and'tobacco-stbred-in that city could bo burnodrand until: leisurely-preparation fw cvnountioa could bo made. It is, thnt no further onslaught was madoby th.o Federals throughout the day, or du- ring the qvoningi although tlio ilauics sprinmng up m parts of the town must'huvo told t'loirbwn tale. At nightfall on tho 2nd, nli tlm Coufodcrnte troopt, nbout 4000 which enfeoblud by hungor uud -.i each night. Tlio delay active Skw- jdnn to gvt ahead with lus dtttmj riMnained.undec.tlie oommand of Ewdl, to tbo. north of James jivor, fell their er OH. through tlic bewildered strcofs traversing before daybreak tho bridges over tho which' were so soon tho depots of provisions along the railroad tween JJurkville arid ninny of the mules nnd hormw Jiad rimtft u struggle. It becnnic ncceiwary to born of wugniiK. -At the cmtitj dindiud in, and struck tho intcrminablo anorawl lion train hcto anj'therc, capturing and baraiair dozens upoii-doz.'in of TowmnU iiing on-tho fitli, and'rill day on the
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