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They have surrendered to our forces under Major E. Noyes, of the First Texas cavalry. The followin Ranche, some eight or ten miles from here, Major Noyes was ordered to proceed there on the morningthere, however, no Mexicans were found; but Major Noyes was informed that a force of about two hundn miles further. Proceeding to that point, Major Noyes met the Mexican force two miles from Palo A the purpose of surrendering to our troops, Major Noyes warted their arrival, and about noon the fo without a murmur, acceded to the demand of Major Noyes and surrendered men and material without heer fell back under cover of the woods. Major Noyes having now made every preparation for resisanced and made several attempts to outflank Major Noyes, but each time were checkmated, the artilles becoming very short; but during the night Major Noyes received a fresh supply, and on the followi without rations for three days previous to Major Noyes's arrival and their surrender to the United[1 more...]