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ishment of the flag in Texas. Colonel Burrill and his men remained in captivity more than a year, and after much suffering, were exchanged in the spring of 1864. It is true, as stated by Major-General Halleck, in his report of the fifteenth November, 1863, as General-in-Chief of the army, that this expedition was not contemplated or provided for in General Banks's instructions; but having undoubted information of an immediate attack by the enemy, and of the purpose entertained by General d. It is now known, with absolute certainty, that the garrison on the night of the fourteenth of March, 1863, was not less than sixteen thousand effective troops. The statement of the General-in-Chief of the army in his report of the fifteenth of November, 1863, that, had our forces invested Port Hudson at this time, it could have been easily reduced, as its garrison was weak, was without any just foundation. Information received from Brigadier-General W. W. R. Beall, one of the officers in c