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ing by the steamer Matagorda.-Galveston Bulletin. This is General Griffin's order: headquarters district of Texas, Galveston, January 2 This order was without warrant of law. It was represented to General Griffin that no military or political significance was intended in theation to the Federal authority. Such arguments were in vain. General Griffin was inexorable. He affected to mistrust the statements that oort, from steamer to cars, to the remains of General Johnston. General Griffin, commanding, has issued a prohibitory order. Will you give au24, 1867. I am in receipt of a communication from brevet Major-General Charles Griffin, dated headquarters, District of Texas, Galveston, Jerence was the presentation of the following request, to which General Griffin gave a verbal assent: Mayor's Office, Galveston, January 13, ends. Respectfully, etc., (Signed) Charles H. Leonard, Mayor. General Griffin, commanding District of Texas, Galveston, Texas. Mayor's Offi