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Colonel William Preston Johnston, The Life of General Albert Sidney Johnston : His Service in the Armies of the United States, the Republic of Texas, and the Confederate States. 11 1 Browse Search
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f Indians from Texas. Redemption of all Northern Texas from the savages. General Douglass thanks the Vice-President and Secretary for exertions on the field. incidlling and pronunciation of the names count for nothing as an argument; and General Douglass, the Texan commander, styles the Cherokee chief Colonel Bowles. Then, too Burleson and Landrum, the whole force was placed under the orders of Brigadier-General Douglass. Pending these movements, Commissioners Eon. David G. Burnet, Thof July announced their failure. Orders were immediately given by me to General Douglass to put the troops in motion and to march against the camp of the Cherokeess were clearly indicated in this conduct. In the detailed report of General K. H. Douglass it appears that, on the failure of the negotiation, the whole force wasent,--which thus tacitly admitted the propriety of these transactions. General Douglass's report of the battle of the Neches presents the odd feature of a return