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Important movement!Mexican Invasion of Texas. New Orleans April 2. --Texas advices state that Col. Ford had been reliably informed from Matamoras, that Gen. Ampudia, with 3,000 Mexicans, was sixty miles off, marching on Brownsville. Ampudia had dispatched an express to Matamoras, with placards and handbills, declaring that Texas belongs to Mexico, and that, as she has no longer the support of the Federal Government, now is the time to retake her Reinforcements in large numbers were rapidly joining him. For had ordered all the heavy guns and ordnance stores at Brazos to be removed to the scene of anticipated difficulty.
From Charleston. Charleston, April 2. --The State Convention, in secret session, are discussing the Constitution, which will doubtless be ratified tomorrow by a large majority. [second Dispatch] Charleston, April 3. --The Convention today, by a vote of 149 to 29, ratified the permanent Constitution. The members will change to-morrow, when the minority will be reduced to 10 or 12.
Weather reports. Boston, April 2. --Wind E.; thermometer 36 deg.; snow four to five inches. At Montreal, and Ogdensburg, N. Y., Burlington, and St Johnsburg, Vermont — a thick snow storm. Thermometer from 28 to 38 deg. At Portland, Bangor and Calais, the wind ranges northeast, with indications of snow.
The Daily Dispatch: April 4, 1861., [Electronic resource], The first and last slaves in Kansas. (search)
Election at Jefferson, Mo. St Louis, April 2. --At the election in Jefferson City, yesterday, Ewing was elected Mayor over Miller, the "Unconditional Union" candidate, by two majority.