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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 1. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book I:—the American army. (search)
he departure of his best troops for Vera Cruz, and himself greatly exposed, had detained him at Saltillo. Wool thus found himself at more than one hundred and fifty leagues from Doniphan, and utterlyhing the headquarters of General Wool brought back an order to rejoin the army of occupation at Saltillo. The column took up once more the line of march, leaving behind it the town of Chihuahua, wherit. After another march of one hundred and fifty leagues, they encamped near their comrades at Saltillo and Monterey; but their term of enlistment having expired, they proceeded towards the Rio Granf Mexico, had reached the shores of the great Gulf with his troops. When he rejoined Taylor at Saltillo, the army of occupation had already fought several important battles in the vicinity of the Rioevolution. Not being able to clear a way across the immense tract of country which separates Saltillo, where Taylor was encamped with the army of occupation, from the city of Mexico, where the trea