September 25, 1845 Article 1


From Corpus Christi. — There were several arrivals yesterday from Corpus Christi, but the news is not very late or important.  We have seen letters dated Corpus Christi the 9th inst., which report “all’s well” with the troops.


On the 8th inst. the U. S. brig Somers arrived at the Bay of Aransas, to take the place of the brig Lawrence.


The sloop hero, from this port, arrived at Aransas on the 7th inst., bound to Corpus Christi.


The ship Charlotte and steam schooner Augusta were discharging at Aransas.


Source: The Daily Picayune, September 25, 1845, p. 2, col. 2.



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