The Mexican civil war pursued its way without causing serious inconvenience to either of the contending parties.

Both sides claimed the customary number of successes ; both sides claimed that the other had lost many men; both sides denied that they had lost men; both had trifling civic troubles; both were beginning a new and "decisive" battle with the enemy; both expected to win an overwhelming victory.


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