er we had proceeded about nine miles we met General Bee, who commands the troops at Brownsville.
Hnot been for the intercession of his wife.
General Bee had restored Davis to the Mexicans.
Half an hour after parting company with General Bee, we came to the spot where Mongomery had been leftraight.
There are about 4,000 troops under General Bee in its immediate vicinity.
Its prosperity uids to make them.
We then adjourned to General Bee's, with whom we had another long talk, and sted with the attractions of that city.
General Bee's orderly was assaulted in Matamoros yesterwere conducted in a very smart ambulance to General Bee's quarters, and afterwards to see a dress pafterwards had a very agreeable dinner with General Bee; Colonels Luckett and Buchel dined also.
I attended evening parade, and saw General Bee, Colonels Luckett, Buchel, Duff, and --. Th gone to Brownsville; but we were received by Mrs. Bee, the wife of the Brownsville general, who had[4 more...]