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The Daily Dispatch: August 24, 1861., [Electronic resource],
Gen. McCulloch. This famous warrior is a native of Tennessee. He was a fighting man from his youth. When Texas made her glorious struggle for independence, McMcCulloch, who was only eighteen, left Tennessee on foot, and arrived in time to participate in the victory of San Jacinic, where he commanded a piece of artillery, an
inguished himself by his efficiency and heroism.
When the Mexican war begun, McCulloch raised that famous company of Rangers, which rendered such extraordinary serv ly aided in saving our army from defeat.
In the great battle of Buena Vista, McCulloch distinguished himself by his splendid courage.
Gen. McCulloch is a man wGen. McCulloch is a man who has a natural genius and aptitude for war. He was born a soldier and a strategist.
In this respect he resembles Andrew Jackson. There are few men but Andrew Jackson who could have won the battle of New Orleans; but Bun McCulloch is one of the few. There are few men except.
Andrew Jackson who would have meted out such punishm