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The Daily Dispatch: October 8, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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force through Mexico to attack the exposed Western frontier of the Southern Confederacy. It is admitted that the consultation of four Governors which was held at Guanajuato had no friendly object in view towards the South, for Messrs. Doblado and Escandon fully understand the necessarily aggressive policy of the Southern Government. And it is also admitted that our friend Latham's ancient bed-fellow, Don Juan Nepamuceno Cortina, is now publicly enlisting Mexicans in the towns of Guerrero, Comargo, and Mier, for the purpose of making another foray into the now comparatively defenceless counties between Cameron and Webb. In fact, whatever the enemies of the Fort Brown Flag may say on the Texas side of the Rio Grande, we have the experience of thirteen years, and the immediate declaration of the Mexicans themselves that they intended, and have acted, to depopulate and render worthless this frontier, even at the expense of a war with the Americans. All we say is that we have been the