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s of the 5th Georgia Regiment, fourteen members of the Mobile Continentals, three companies of regulars, a detachment of Mississippians, a detachment of Georgians, under Lieuts. Hallinguist and Nelson, 200 Alabamians, and a detachment of navy officers and marines, under Capt. Braniz. Major Badger, U. S. A., is one of the numerous prisoners in our hands. Lieut. Slaughter, of the Mobile Continentals, while carrying a flag of truce, was captured. The victory is complete. [second Dispatch.] The Wounded — Release of Lieut. Slaughter. Mobile, Oct. 10.--A special dispatch to the Advertiser and Register from Pensacola, dated the 9th, says Lieut. Slaughter, bearer of the flag of truce, was released. Walter Tuggle is casier. Hopes are entertained that Burgess will live. Twenty-nine of the wounded, who are in the Ladies' Hospital, are receiving every attention. Gen. Bragg witnessed the fight from headquarters, and expressed himself much pleased.
The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1861., [Electronic resource], Down the Rio Grande — the trip from Mesilla to Brownsville. (search)
A skirmish on Green river, Ky. Nashville, Oct. 10. --Passengers to-day report that Capt. Johnson H. Morgan, with twenty-seven men, had a skirmish with the Lincolnites, eighty strong, on the 7th instant, beyond Green river, killing fourteen. Capt. Morgan's loss was only two. The Lincolnites fied.