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's magnanimity. grounds of his action in the duel. Huston's testimony. sufferings from the wounds. hostile movements of Mexico. policy of Texas. letter from Felix Huston. condition of the army. Rangers. the whiskey riot. Assassination of Teal. Johnston suffering from wound. Asks for furlough. a letter from him. President Houston's letters. Indian policy. policy toward Mexico. General Johnston's view. hostility engendered toward him in the President. compliments from his army. ny arose; and about fifty men rushed upon the guard at midnight, and rescued the prisoners, so that the camp became the scene of riot and confusion. The next day seven of the ringleaders were arrested, and quiet was restored. Not long after, Colonel Teal, a gallant and useful officer, was assassinated; and both public opinion and the suspicions of the President pointed to an officer of high rank as the instigator of the deed. All these circumstances indicate the difficulties of General Joh