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Laredo (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 30
The defeat of Cortina's Band. --The Laredo correspondent of the Corpus Christi Ranchero furnishes the annexed particulars of the defeat of Cortina's band, which has been already noticed by telegraph: On the 22d May, a company of Mexicans from Texas, attached to Col. Ford's force, and under immediate command of Capt. Behd up in Redmond's house, hoping to starve him out, and firing on him from time to time. One of Benavides' men volunteered to take an express through the enemy at Laredo, and Lieut. Callaghan started from there at 8 o'clock P. M., and arrived here at 9 o'clock next morning, riding sixty-five miles in thirteen hours, accompanied by Don Bacilto Benavides and several citizens of Laredo. With twenty men of the company he met, about two miles from here, Cortina's advanced guard, but ran through them, completely dispersing them; they having left their horses, saddles, and a great many of them left their guns. In five minutes after arriving, they, with Capt
Guerrero (Coahuila, Mexico) (search for this): article 30
and arrived here at 9 o'clock next morning, riding sixty-five miles in thirteen hours, accompanied by Don Bacilto Benavides and several citizens of Laredo. With twenty men of the company he met, about two miles from here, Cortina's advanced guard, but ran through them, completely dispersing them; they having left their horses, saddles, and a great many of them left their guns. In five minutes after arriving, they, with Capt. Benavides, went out to attack Cortina, and the above was the result. Cortina escaped with about ten men into Mexico, and never stopped until he got about 12 miles beyond Guerrero. It was a short, but brilliant fight, and one for which Capt. Benavides' company deserves a great deal of credit.--Cortina, it not attacked so promptly, in a few days would give as much trouble, and cost the State an much as he did last year, as nearly all the inhabitants of Zapata county and a great many persons of Guerrero were with Certina, and holding him with '76. sources.
Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 30
and arrived here at 9 o'clock next morning, riding sixty-five miles in thirteen hours, accompanied by Don Bacilto Benavides and several citizens of Laredo. With twenty men of the company he met, about two miles from here, Cortina's advanced guard, but ran through them, completely dispersing them; they having left their horses, saddles, and a great many of them left their guns. In five minutes after arriving, they, with Capt. Benavides, went out to attack Cortina, and the above was the result. Cortina escaped with about ten men into Mexico, and never stopped until he got about 12 miles beyond Guerrero. It was a short, but brilliant fight, and one for which Capt. Benavides' company deserves a great deal of credit.--Cortina, it not attacked so promptly, in a few days would give as much trouble, and cost the State an much as he did last year, as nearly all the inhabitants of Zapata county and a great many persons of Guerrero were with Certina, and holding him with '76. sources.
Zapata (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 30
and arrived here at 9 o'clock next morning, riding sixty-five miles in thirteen hours, accompanied by Don Bacilto Benavides and several citizens of Laredo. With twenty men of the company he met, about two miles from here, Cortina's advanced guard, but ran through them, completely dispersing them; they having left their horses, saddles, and a great many of them left their guns. In five minutes after arriving, they, with Capt. Benavides, went out to attack Cortina, and the above was the result. Cortina escaped with about ten men into Mexico, and never stopped until he got about 12 miles beyond Guerrero. It was a short, but brilliant fight, and one for which Capt. Benavides' company deserves a great deal of credit.--Cortina, it not attacked so promptly, in a few days would give as much trouble, and cost the State an much as he did last year, as nearly all the inhabitants of Zapata county and a great many persons of Guerrero were with Certina, and holding him with '76. sources.
The defeat of Cortina's Band. --The Laredo correspondent of the Corpus Christi Ranchero furnishes the annexed particulars of the defeat of Cortina's band, which has been already noticed by telegraph: On the 22d May, a company of Mexicans from Texas, attached to Col. Ford's force, and under immediate command of Capt. Behavides, with forty men of his company, attacked Cortina, who was encamped about one mile and a half from Redmond's rancho, with about seventy men, and completely round him — killing seven of his men and wounding several, and dispersing the place; he got a great many horses, saddles, guns, &c. Cortina passed on the 20th, about nine miles below, and had Capt. Benavides completely hemmed up in Redmond's house, hoping to starve him out, and firing on him from time to time. One of Benavides' men volunteered to take an express through the enemy at Laredo, and Lieut. Callaghan started from there at 8 o'clock P. M., and arrived here at 9 o'clock next morning, r
about one mile and a half from Redmond's rancho, with about seventy men, and completely round him — killing seven of his men and wounding several, and dispersing the place; he got a great many horses, saddles, guns, &c. Cortina passed on the 20th, about nine miles below, and had Capt. Benavides completely hemmed up in Redmond's house, hoping to starve him out, and firing on him from time to time. One of Benavides' men volunteered to take an express through the enemy at Laredo, and Lieut. Callaghan started from there at 8 o'clock P. M., and arrived here at 9 o'clock next morning, riding sixty-five miles in thirteen hours, accompanied by Don Bacilto Benavides and several citizens of Laredo. With twenty men of the company he met, about two miles from here, Cortina's advanced guard, but ran through them, completely dispersing them; they having left their horses, saddles, and a great many of them left their guns. In five minutes after arriving, they, with Capt. Benavides, went o
The defeat of Cortina's Band. --The Laredo correspondent of the Corpus Christi Ranchero furnishes the annexed particulars of the defeat of Cortina's band, which has been already noticed by telegraph: On the 22d May, a company of Mexicans from Texas, attached to Col. Ford's force, and under immediate command of Capt. Behavides, with forty men of his company, attacked Cortina, who was encamped about one mile and a half from Redmond's rancho, with about seventy men, and completely round him — killing seven of his men and wounding several, and dispersing the place; he got a great many horses, saddles, guns, &c. Cortina passed on the 20th, about nine miles below, and had Capt. Benavides completely hemmed up in Redmond's house, hoping to starve him out, and firing on him from time to time. One of Benavides' men volunteered to take an express through the enemy at Laredo, and Lieut. Callaghan started from there at 8 o'clock P. M., and arrived here at 9 o'clock next morning, r
E. A. Ford (search for this): article 30
The defeat of Cortina's Band. --The Laredo correspondent of the Corpus Christi Ranchero furnishes the annexed particulars of the defeat of Cortina's band, which has been already noticed by telegraph: On the 22d May, a company of Mexicans from Texas, attached to Col. Ford's force, and under immediate command of Capt. Behavides, with forty men of his company, attacked Cortina, who was encamped about one mile and a half from Redmond's rancho, with about seventy men, and completely round him — killing seven of his men and wounding several, and dispersing the place; he got a great many horses, saddles, guns, &c. Cortina passed on the 20th, about nine miles below, and had Capt. Benavides completely hemmed up in Redmond's house, hoping to starve him out, and firing on him from time to time. One of Benavides' men volunteered to take an express through the enemy at Laredo, and Lieut. Callaghan started from there at 8 o'clock P. M., and arrived here at 9 o'clock next morning, r
and arrived here at 9 o'clock next morning, riding sixty-five miles in thirteen hours, accompanied by Don Bacilto Benavides and several citizens of Laredo. With twenty men of the company he met, about two miles from here, Cortina's advanced guard, but ran through them, completely dispersing them; they having left their horses, saddles, and a great many of them left their guns. In five minutes after arriving, they, with Capt. Benavides, went out to attack Cortina, and the above was the result. Cortina escaped with about ten men into Mexico, and never stopped until he got about 12 miles beyond Guerrero. It was a short, but brilliant fight, and one for which Capt. Benavides' company deserves a great deal of credit.--Cortina, it not attacked so promptly, in a few days would give as much trouble, and cost the State an much as he did last year, as nearly all the inhabitants of Zapata county and a great many persons of Guerrero were with Certina, and holding him with '76. sources.
Don Bacilto Benavides (search for this): article 30
horses, saddles, guns, &c. Cortina passed on the 20th, about nine miles below, and had Capt. Benavides completely hemmed up in Redmond's house, hoping to starve him out, and firing on him from time to time. One of Benavides' men volunteered to take an express through the enemy at Laredo, and Lieut. Callaghan started from there at 8 o'clock P. M., and arrived here at 9 o'clock next morning, riding sixty-five miles in thirteen hours, accompanied by Don Bacilto Benavides and several citizens of Laredo. With twenty men of the company he met, about two miles from here, Cortina's advanced , and a great many of them left their guns. In five minutes after arriving, they, with Capt. Benavides, went out to attack Cortina, and the above was the result. Cortina escaped with about ten got about 12 miles beyond Guerrero. It was a short, but brilliant fight, and one for which Capt. Benavides' company deserves a great deal of credit.--Cortina, it not attacked so promptly, in a few d
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