e back of the head, but is doing well.
Sergeant Chase was shot through the arm — doing well.
Two of our guns destroyed a famous battery of nine guns, called the Washington battery, from New Orleans.
We brought off two of their guns, but had to leave two of our caissonbodies.
I brought off one of them with my caisson-teams, a brass six-pounder, engraved on the breech Lee, John Clark, maker, New Orleans, La.
Rebel accounts of the battle.
Memphis appeal narrative.
Columbus, Nov. 10, 1861.
Thursday, the 7th day of November, 1861, as your columns have already announced, was an eventful day to the Confederate cause in the Northwest--the advance of the first column of the enemy, as a prisoner has remarked, upon New Orleans, though, more properly speaking, upon Columbus.
Things had worn their wonted aspect of quiet up to six A. M. on that morning, with the exception of an occasional piece of impudence on the part of the Lincolnites, in the shape of near approaches with sm