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The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], Seizure of U. S. Property in Texas--Collision Feared. (search)
Capt. Hill will not obey any order Gen. Twiggs might send him to turn the fort over to us, and evacuate the country. We will await reinforcements here. If we are attacked, the fight will be desperate. Our men are ready for it, and their minds are made up to resist to the last. The command is in excellent condition as to health and discipline. The Mexicans on the other side look on eagerly. Their men of property are with us. Gen. Nichols returned to Galveston on the steamer on the 27th ult., for reinforcements. The Civilian says: It is expected that the Rusk will leave Galveston to-night, with a company from this city, one from Houston, one from Liberty, and one from Fort Bend county. With these reinforcements, it is thought the demands of Texas may be enforced, even without the arrival of volunteers from other counties, should the order of the United States Commander of this military department be disregarded by Capt. Hill. It is sincerely hoped that the first bl
From Havana. New York, March 4. --The steamship Cahawba, from Havana on the 27th, arrived at this port this morning. Sugars are in moderate demand at 6 ½a6 2/4 cts. Molasses dull. Freights advanced. The money market was stringent. Exchange on New York par to 2 ½ per cent. discount.