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Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 5
Important from Mexico. --Col. Pickett, formerly so well and favorably known as American Consul at Vera Cruz, and more recently as Confederate Diplomatic a gent in Mexico, arrived in New Orleans on Saturday week, on his way to Richmond. Col. Pickett confirms the telegraphic report of the withdrawal of England from the triparMexico, arrived in New Orleans on Saturday week, on his way to Richmond. Col. Pickett confirms the telegraphic report of the withdrawal of England from the tripartite intervention in Mexico. The English troops had already re-embarked. There was still a large English fleet, carrying about 700 guns, at Vera Cruz. It was supposed that this fleet would soon leave for our Gulf ports. The Mexican authorities have imposed a tax of ten dollars a bale on cotton brought to Matamoras in transits.Mexico. The English troops had already re-embarked. There was still a large English fleet, carrying about 700 guns, at Vera Cruz. It was supposed that this fleet would soon leave for our Gulf ports. The Mexican authorities have imposed a tax of ten dollars a bale on cotton brought to Matamoras in transits. In addition to this there is a charge of five dollars a bales for lighterage.
Matamoras (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 5
Important from Mexico. --Col. Pickett, formerly so well and favorably known as American Consul at Vera Cruz, and more recently as Confederate Diplomatic a gent in Mexico, arrived in New Orleans on Saturday week, on his way to Richmond. Col. Pickett confirms the telegraphic report of the withdrawal of England from the tripartite intervention in Mexico. The English troops had already re-embarked. There was still a large English fleet, carrying about 700 guns, at Vera Cruz. It was supposed that this fleet would soon leave for our Gulf ports. The Mexican authorities have imposed a tax of ten dollars a bale on cotton brought to Matamoras in transits. In addition to this there is a charge of five dollars a bales for lighterage.
Vera Cruz (Veracruz, Mexico) (search for this): article 5
Important from Mexico. --Col. Pickett, formerly so well and favorably known as American Consul at Vera Cruz, and more recently as Confederate Diplomatic a gent in Mexico, arrived in New Orleans on Saturday week, on his way to Richmond. Col. Pickett confirms the telegraphic report of the withdrawal of England from the tripartite intervention in Mexico. The English troops had already re-embarked. There was still a large English fleet, carrying about 700 guns, at Vera Cruz. It was suppos. Pickett confirms the telegraphic report of the withdrawal of England from the tripartite intervention in Mexico. The English troops had already re-embarked. There was still a large English fleet, carrying about 700 guns, at Vera Cruz. It was supposed that this fleet would soon leave for our Gulf ports. The Mexican authorities have imposed a tax of ten dollars a bale on cotton brought to Matamoras in transits. In addition to this there is a charge of five dollars a bales for lighterage.
Mexico (Mexico) (search for this): article 5
Important from Mexico. --Col. Pickett, formerly so well and favorably known as American Consul at Vera Cruz, and more recently as Confederate Diplomatic a gent in Mexico, arrived in New Orleans on Saturday week, on his way to Richmond. Col. Pickett confirms the telegraphic report of the withdrawal of England from the tripartite intervention in Mexico. The English troops had already re-embarked. There was still a large English fleet, carrying about 700 guns, at Vera Cruz. It was supposed that this fleet would soon leave for our Gulf ports. The Mexican authorities have imposed a tax of ten dollars a bale on cotton brought to Matamoras in transits. In addition to this there is a charge of five dollars a bales for lighterage.
Important from Mexico. --Col. Pickett, formerly so well and favorably known as American Consul at Vera Cruz, and more recently as Confederate Diplomatic a gent in Mexico, arrived in New Orleans on Saturday week, on his way to Richmond. Col. Pickett confirms the telegraphic report of the withdrawal of England from the tripartite intervention in Mexico. The English troops had already re-embarked. There was still a large English fleet, carrying about 700 guns, at Vera Cruz. It was supposeCol. Pickett confirms the telegraphic report of the withdrawal of England from the tripartite intervention in Mexico. The English troops had already re-embarked. There was still a large English fleet, carrying about 700 guns, at Vera Cruz. It was supposed that this fleet would soon leave for our Gulf ports. The Mexican authorities have imposed a tax of ten dollars a bale on cotton brought to Matamoras in transits. In addition to this there is a charge of five dollars a bales for lighterage.
Important from Mexico. --Col. Pickett, formerly so well and favorably known as American Consul at Vera Cruz, and more recently as Confederate Diplomatic a gent in Mexico, arrived in New Orleans on Saturday week, on his way to Richmond. Col. Pickett confirms the telegraphic report of the withdrawal of England from the tripartite intervention in Mexico. The English troops had already re-embarked. There was still a large English fleet, carrying about 700 guns, at Vera Cruz. It was supposed that this fleet would soon leave for our Gulf ports. The Mexican authorities have imposed a tax of ten dollars a bale on cotton brought to Matamoras in transits. In addition to this there is a charge of five dollars a bales for lighterage.