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The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], Seizure of U. S. Property in Texas--Collision Feared. (search)
s, shot, &c., on the steamer and the sloop. A battery of field artillery had been removed, by Capt. Hill's orders, a few days before. The battalion arrived just in time to prevent other orders he hah one or two of his officers, to summon the Ringgold Barracks to surrender.--They were held by Capt. Hill, with 200 U. S. troops, who refused to surrender. The News says: Capt. Hill received GeCapt. Hill received Gen. Nichols, as Commissioner on the part of the State, most uncourteous — denouncing him and his men as "traitors," threatening to have him arrested as one; further avowing his intention to have the Ge. Twiggs and the State forces; but the officers at Fort Brown--those who are chatty — say that Capt. Hill will not obey any order Gen. Twiggs might send him to turn the fort over to us, and evacuate tom other counties, should the order of the United States Commander of this military department be disregarded by Capt. Hill. It is sincerely hoped that the first bloodshed will not occur in Texas