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The Daily Dispatch: January 10, 1862., [Electronic resource], Interesting particulars of the last bombardment at Warrenten. (search)
s publishes an interesting letter from Fort Barrancas, dated January 2, from which we gather the following particulars of the late fight which took place at Pensacola: A few days ago permission was granted the little propeller Cushman, vulgarly known as the "Shorter," to trade between the Navy-Yard and Pensacola. She started yesterday on her first trip, and about 2 ½ o'clock P. M. made fast to the Central wharf, being the first vessel that had made that point since the bombardment of November. She had been at the wharf but a few minutes, when a half-dozen shot from the enemy were thrown at her from the guns of Fort Pickens and the batteries on the island. She lost no time in quitting the wharf for the city, where she arrived without injury. Capt. West, of the Louisiana Infantry, fired a single shot, and without orders, in return. Half an hour later orders from Brigadier General Richard H. Anderson--commanding in the absence of General Bragg--were dispatched to the vario