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The Daily Dispatch: March 3, 1865., [Electronic resource], Proclamation by the President, appointing a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer, with thanksgiving. (search)
exas, or at Shreveport, Louisiana. This has given a new impetus, to the trade, and it is wagoned in some instances, about seven hundred miles. It was selling at Matamoras, January 6, at thirty-five cents per pound, in specie. General Walker was unable to induce his troops to cross the Mississippi to go to Tennessee. He triedaid in Arkansas. They are now well clothed, receiving everything they want from Mexico. Miscellaneous. The New Orleans Times says there is a rumor from Matamoras, by way of Brazos, that the Mexican Government has forbidden clearances for Mexican ports, and the Yankee Consul has been sent out of Matamoras. General BurMatamoras. General Burbridge has been directed to report to General Thomas for service in the field. A report from Frankfort states that about six thousand mounted Confederates are in the vicinity of Mount Sterling, Kentucky. A Confederate privateer, three hundred tons burden, lead color, bark rigged, was spoken off Cape St. Antonio on the 8th