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The Daily Dispatch: January 18, 1862., [Electronic resource], Proclamation from the Governor of Texas. (search)
Proclamation from the Governor of Texas. --Governor Lubbock, of Texas, has issued a proclamation for bidding the removing, transporting to and storing of cotton at any point or depot, or any railroad in the State. Also, that there shall be no cotton taken to or stored on the Trinity river, below Smith field; on the Sabine river, below Salem; on the Neches, below Hunt's Landing; on the Brazes, at or below Richmond; at or near the rivers Caney and Bernard, Nor shall there be any taken to Lavacea, Powder Hourn, Indianola, Matagorda or Galveston Bays, or city of Houston. Owners and agents of railroad companies, captains and agents of steamboats, sailing vessels, and all other persons, are forbid from transporting cotton to any point designated. The restriction is not intended to interfere with the transportation of the staple intended for use in the penitentiary.
From the North. arrival of released prisoners.--more Resignations, &c. [Special Dispatch to Richmond Dispatch.] Norfolk, Jan. 17.--Drs. Jeffry, Page, and Lindsay, formerly of the United States Navy; Colonel Pegram; Captains Johnson and Sutton; Adjutant Pool; and Lieutenant is Lassell and Ball, or the North Carolina Seventh Regiment, who have been imprisoned in Fort Warren, arrived here this evening, under a flag of truce, from Fortress Monroe. They state that it was currently reported and believed in Baltimore, when they passed through that city, that Welles, the Secretary of the Navy, and Smith, Secretary of the Interior, had resigned. Expectations were high at the North relative to the success of the Burnside Expedition. A French steamer is reported to have arrived in Hampton Roads. F.