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eans I so telegraphed General Grant, and he, thinking General Caravajal (then in Washington seeking aid for the Republic) woe purpose, persuaded him to report to me in New Orleans. Caravajal promptly appeared, but he did not impress me very favorabcks of Cortinas and Canales, had abandoned the place, and Caravajal, because of his credentials from our side, was in commandsville I visited Matamoras, and had a long interview with Caravajal. The outcome of this meeting was, on my part, a strongerer Canales or Cortinas would get possession of the city. Caravajal made too many professions of what he would do — in short,d feathers of Canales and Cortinas. In my interview with Caravajal I recommended Major Young as a confidential man, whom he organized there a band of men to act as a body-guard for Caravajal, the old wretch having induced him to accept the propositme the party got across the Gulf and over to Brownsville, Caravajal had been deposed by Canales, and the latter would not acc