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Later from Texas. Texas papers of the 29th ult. contain some interesting intelligence. A Monterey letter to the Galveston News, dated May 3d, says: Major Harness, from California, is here on his way to Texas, whither he goes to join the Confederate army. Both the Major and Col. Jack Hays, well known in Texas as one of the leaders of our Rangers during the Mexican war, were arrested on the 24th of March last, at the port of San Francisco, where they had embarked for Mazatlan, in the
p, their intentions, etc. Gen. Wright threatened to confiscate Jack Hays's property, which I believe to have since been sold by Hays, as he is now in Mazatlan.
There are nearly five hundred Southern families in Mazatlan, who have fled from California to escape their being insulted and persecuted by the cowardly Yankee caravan who have overrun that State.
Many of these families intended to settle on certain lands in Lower California; but as no water can be obtained in that dry region, w