The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 52, July 1948 - April, 1949 Page: 82
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Extra. [Galveston,] Tuesday evening, April 1,
Vanderbilt lost at sea. Reported capture of Fort
Nashville. Northern accounts from Island No. xo.
printed in three columns on yellow paper. 19.5
 ... Steamer
Macon and steamer
... Broadside. 2 p.,
x 31.2 cm. (16.3 x
Extra. [Galveston,] Friday, April 4, [1862.] ... The debate on
blockade in Parliament. Members denounce it and call on Govern-
ment to interfere. Supposed attack on New Orleans. ... Broadside.
2 p., printed in three columns. 19.5 x 29.6 cm. (16.2 x 29 cm.) 8o09"
Extra. [Galveston,] Saturday, April 5, [1862.] ... Conscription
bill in the Confederate Congress. Successful attack on N. Edisto, S. C.
Prisoners, cannon and small arms captured. ... Broadside. 1 p.,
printed in three columns. 19.5 x 30.5 cm. (16.3 x 28.5 cm.) z8zo*
Extra. Galveston, May 8, 1862.
Extra. Galveston, May 19, 1862.
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