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The Daily Dispatch: February 28, 1861., [Electronic resource], The surrender of the Government property in Texas. (search)
, have received the very gratifying intelligence from Thomas J. Devine, S. A. Maverick and P. N. Luckett, commissioners from the Committee of Public Safety to treat with Gen. Twiggs at San Antonio, advising of their successful efforts in behalf of Texas in obtaining a surrender of the public property in this military department, and from the United States Army. This result was accomplished by the superior diplomatic skill of the commissioners, and the admirable military conduct of Benjamin McCulloch, and is eminently successful. The United States army is allowed to march to the coast by the articles of agreement and to take with them their side-arms, facilities for transportation and subsistence, as well as two batteries of flying artillery of four guns each. The transportation means are to be surrendered, and left upon arrival at the coast by this treaty, without one drop of blood shed, and without sullying in the least the honor of the United States Army. Texas co