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Philip Henry Sheridan, Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army . 12 4 Browse Search
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nt of so much territory in northern Mexico encouraged General Escobedo and other Liberal leaders to such a degree that they e river to fall into their hands, the Liberals, under General Escobedo--a man of much force of character — were enabled in n frequently, and now and then even to join forces against Escobedo, unless we prevented them by coaxing or threats. A generonly thing left to do was to tender their services to General Escobedo, and with this in view the party set out to reach thend those who escaped — about twenty in all-finally joined Escobedo, but in such a plight as to be of little use. With this deld him till the city of Matamoras was turned over to General Escobedo, the authorized representative of Juarez; then EscobeEscobedo took charge of Ortega, and with ease prevented his further machinations. During the winter and spring of 1866 we contwho crossed the country from Tampico, and delivered it to Escobedo at Queretaro; but Mr. Seward's representations were witho