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t they will acquire distinction. The commanding general is concentrating upon Camargo as rapidly as possible with the very limited means of transportation at his diiend, A. Sidney Johnston. A letter to Hancock, written August 11th, near Camargo, informs him of the movement of the troops from Matamoras to that point, and dd. The letter states: General Taylor is rapidly concentrating his force at Camargo. The regular troops are nearly all there, and the volunteers are all in motioerey, Mexico, September 28, 1846. my dear son: My regiment was disbanded at Camargo on the 24th of August, under the construction of the law given by the War Depaarticipating in the campaign which was about to commence. The army moved from Camargo, and was concentrated at Ceralvo on the 12th; and marched thence to Monterey, as inspector-general, he performed the duties of the office on the march from Camargo, and during the operations before Monterey, resulting in its capture, with zea