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Doc. 17.-reduction of Fort Esperanza, Tex. Report of Major-General Washburn. headquarters, pass Cavallo expedition, Fort Esperanza, Texas, December 4, 1863. Major G. Norman Leiber Assistant Adjutant-General:
if possible, the Pass between St. Joseph's and Matagorda Island.
On arriving at this Pass, (called Cedar Bayo headquarters Third brigade, Second division, Fort Esperanza, Texas, December, 6, 1863.
Major: I have the hon Cedar Bayou, and encamped about seven miles up Matagorda Island, where I was joined by Colonel Washburn's brig ion, Thirteenth army corps, in the reduction of Fort Esperanza, on Matagorda Island:
At midnight, November Matagorda Island:
At midnight, November twenty-fifth, I had succeeded, after much difficulty, in getting the whole of my force across Cedar Bayou upon in height.
The enemy now opened upon us, from Fort Esperanza, with his one hundred and twenty-eight pounder, ble ammunition, and some garrison equipage.
In Fort Esperanza we found one one hundred and twenty-eight pound