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The Daily Dispatch: May 24, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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rport, Ky.; Thos. S. Redd, M. Leaning, Charlie Evans, Jackson, Miss.; Jas. Petty, 1st clerk; B. N. Quinn, 2d clerk; Henry Wellage, bar-keeper; and three negroes. Wounded.--Benj. Little, Shelby ville, Tenn., badly scalded, will die; M. Little, (brother of Benjamin,) badly scalded, will die; S. G. Edings, Fayetteville, Tenn., badly scalded, will die; Mrs. Lavine, chambermaid, badly scalded; Thos. M. Evans, Pecan Grove, La., badly scalded; W. H. Rice, alias James Ray, Jackson, Miss., badly scalded; Patrick McGuire, Bollvar co. , Miss., badly scalded; Thos. Fitzgerald, Memphis, Tenn., badly scalded; Jas. Able, Eggs Point, Miss., badly scalded; M. Daley, Greenville, Miss., slightly scalded; Dr. Talbert, Greenville, Miss., slightly scalded. J. B. Sandusky, Bridgeport, Va., slightly scalded; free colored cabin boy, Wm. Watson, will die; free colored porter, Sol, slightly scalded; negro boy of Capt. Lee's scalded; second engineer, badly scalded. Many others were more or less scalded.