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The Daily Dispatch: February 28, 1865., [Electronic resource], Proclamation by the President, appointing a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer, with thanksgiving. (search)
The draft, under General Canby's order, commenced to-day. The Houston (Texas) Telegraph of the 8th instant publishes the correspondence between the rebel Colonel Pierson, commanding at San Antonio, and General Lopez, commanding the Emperor Maximilian's troops on the borders of the Rio Grande. Colonel Pierson assures GenerColonel Pierson assures General Lopez that it is the desire of the rebel Government to cherish the most amicable relations with the Imperial Government of Mexico, and that the cordiality existing between them shall not be disturbed. He then thanks General Lopez for protecting the interests of the Southern Confederacy. General Lopez replies, confessing that his sympathies are for the noble cause of the South, and extends to Colonel Pierson his sincere friendship. He adds: "Being placed in command of this military line, under His Majesty the Emperor Maximilian, the sons of the Confederacy can rely upon full security for their possessions and interests, and the Confederacy may also