The captives were all paroled, and the sick and wounded sent to Jalapa, where they were well cared for.
We must hasten to our journey's end, which, for the present, is Jalapa.
The general and staff reached Jalapa about eleven A.M., after a most beautiful ride of eight miles.
Neither at Jalapa nor elsewhere were there many complaints from women.
Jalapa, however, is still in the mountains, and between there and the great plain the whole line of the road is easy of defence.
Early in April the advance was sent forward on the road to Jalapa.
Vigne, a French traveller, says the Americans were much liked at Jalapa, and probably they were nowhere treated more pleasantly.
On a bright sunny day, the scenery round Jalapa is not to be surpassed.
Ampudia with a few officers retreated on the Jalapa road, and very nearly fell into our hands.
Those who went on were attacked by a mob at the town of Jalapa, and had to fight their way through at the point of revolvers.