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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
deep snow in Texas.

Moulton, Texas, Dec. 31st, 1860.
The deepest snow, probably, that has ever fallen in this State, fell here on the 29th inst., (Dec. 29th.) It is more than six inches deep, and still lying on the ground. Stock of every kind must inevitably suffer, the grass on the prairies being entirely covered with the snow.

F. B. F.

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