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El Paso, Woodford County, Illinois (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 5
From Arizona. --The San Antonio (Texas) Herald has the following, confirming a statement made in this paper some days since: We are informed that Gen. Sibley received on Thursday evening, an express from Colonel Baylor, informing the General that Col. Canby, U. S. A., with 2,500 men, is at Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, determined to check Canby as far as possible.--This express met Col. Relly with his regiment above Ft. Clark, all well and moving rapidly Capt. Mardeman leading the advance, Col. Reily would use every expedition in hastening to Baylor's refer.
Clark (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
From Arizona. --The San Antonio (Texas) Herald has the following, confirming a statement made in this paper some days since: We are informed that Gen. Sibley received on Thursday evening, an express from Colonel Baylor, informing the General that Col. Canby, U. S. A., with 2,500 men, is at Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, determined to check Canby as far as possible.--This express met Col. Relly with his regiment above Ft. Clark, all well and moving rapidly Capt. Mardeman leading the advance, Col. Reily would use every expedition in hastening to Baylor's refer.
San Antonio (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 5
From Arizona. --The San Antonio (Texas) Herald has the following, confirming a statement made in this paper some days since: We are informed that Gen. Sibley received on Thursday evening, an express from Colonel Baylor, informing the General that Col. Canby, U. S. A., with 2,500 men, is at Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, determined to check Canby as far as possible.--This express met Col. Relly with his regiment above Ft. Clark, all well and moving rapidly Capt. Mardeman leading the advance, Col. Reily would use every expedition in hastening to Baylor's refer.
Canby (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 5
From Arizona. --The San Antonio (Texas) Herald has the following, confirming a statement made in this paper some days since: We are informed that Gen. Sibley received on Thursday evening, an express from Colonel Baylor, informing the General that Col. Canby, U. S. A., with 2,500 men, is at Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, determined to check Canby as far as possible.--This express met Col. Relly with his regiment above Ft. Clark, all well and moving rapidly Capt. Mardeman leading the advance, Col. Reily would use every expedition in hastening to Baylor's refer.
Paraje (New Mexico, United States) (search for this): article 5
From Arizona. --The San Antonio (Texas) Herald has the following, confirming a statement made in this paper some days since: We are informed that Gen. Sibley received on Thursday evening, an express from Colonel Baylor, informing the General that Col. Canby, U. S. A., with 2,500 men, is at Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, determined to check Canby as far as possible.--This express met Col. Relly with his regiment above Ft. Clark, all well and moving rapidly Capt. Mardeman leading the advance, Col. Reily would use every expedition in hastening to Baylor's refer.
From Arizona. --The San Antonio (Texas) Herald has the following, confirming a statement made in this paper some days since: We are informed that Gen. Sibley received on Thursday evening, an express from Colonel Baylor, informing the General that Col. Canby, U. S. A., with 2,500 men, is at Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, determined to check Canby as far as possible.--This express met Col. Relly with his regiment above Ft. Clark, all well and moving rapidly Capt. Mardeman leading the advance, Col. Reily would use every expedition in hastening to Baylor's refer.
From Arizona. --The San Antonio (Texas) Herald has the following, confirming a statement made in this paper some days since: We are informed that Gen. Sibley received on Thursday evening, an express from Colonel Baylor, informing the General that Col. Canby, U. S. A., with 2,500 men, is at Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, determined to check Canby as far as possible.--This express met Col. Relly with his regiment above Ft. Clark, all well and moving rapidly Capt. Mardeman leading the advance, Col. Reily would use every expedition in hastening to Baylor's refer.
From Arizona. --The San Antonio (Texas) Herald has the following, confirming a statement made in this paper some days since: We are informed that Gen. Sibley received on Thursday evening, an express from Colonel Baylor, informing the General that Col. Canby, U. S. A., with 2,500 men, is at Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, determined to check Canby as far as possible.--This express met Col. Relly with his regiment above Ft. Clark, all well and moving rapidly Capt. Mardeman leading the advance, Col. Reily would use every expedition in hastening to Baylor's refer.
From Arizona. --The San Antonio (Texas) Herald has the following, confirming a statement made in this paper some days since: We are informed that Gen. Sibley received on Thursday evening, an express from Colonel Baylor, informing the General that Col. Canby, U. S. A., with 2,500 men, is at Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, determined to check Canby as far as possible.--This express met Col. Relly with his regiment above Ft. Clark, all well and moving rapidly Capt. Mardeman leading the advance, Col. Reily would use every expedition in hastening to Baylor's refer.
George R. Baylor (search for this): article 5
the following, confirming a statement made in this paper some days since: We are informed that Gen. Sibley received on Thursday evening, an express from Colonel Baylor, informing the General that Col. Canby, U. S. A., with 2,500 men, is at Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, detat Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, determined to check Canby as far as possible.--This express met Col. Relly with his regiment above Ft. Clark, all well and moving rapidly Capt. Mardeman leading the advance, Col. Reily would use every expedition in hastening to Baylor's refer. at Fort Craig, threatening to come down and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona And, determined to check Canby as far as possible.--This express met Col. Relly with his regiment above Ft. Clark, all well and moving rapidly Capt. Mardeman leading the advance, Col. Reily would use every expedition in hastening to Baylor's refer.
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