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The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The plan to rescue the Johnson's Island prisoners. (search)
thousand dollars in gold, or its equivalent, was placed at our disposal by the Navy Department, and a cargo of cotton, which was subsequently sold at Halifax for $76,000 (gold) by the War Department—in all some $11,000 in gold, as the sinews of the expedition. The officers selected John Wilkinson, lieutenant commanding; myself, Lieutenant B. P. Loyall, Lieutenant A. G. Hudgins, Lieutenant G. W. Gift, Lieutenant J. M. Gardner, Lieutenant B. P. (F. M.) Roby, Lieutenant M. P. Goodwyn, Lieutenant Otey Bradford, Acting-Master W. B. Ball (colonel of Fifteenth Virginia Cavalry), Acting-Master William Finney, Acting-Master (H.) W. Perrin, Lieutenant Patrick McCarrick, ActingMas-ter Henry Wilkinson, Chief-Engineer (J.) Charles Schroeder, First-Assistant-Engineer H. X. Wright, Second-Assistant-Engineer Tucker, Assistant-Paymaster (P. M.) DeLeon, Assistant-Surgeon (William) Sheppardson, gunners Gormley and Waters, John Tabb, a man named Leggett, who subsequently left us at Halifax. Of course ou
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.59 (search)
e. George D. Bryan, Charleston, S. C.—Born in Virginia; midshipman U. S. N.; master C. S. N.; served on cruiser Florida and abroad. Clifton R. Breckinridge, Pine Bluff, Ark.—Midshipman C. S. N.; served on steamer Patrick Henry and staff of General Breckinridge. Eugene H. Brown, Baltimore, Md.—Second assistant engineer C. S. N.; served on ram Arkansas, cruiser Florida, brig Clarence, bark Tacony, schooner Archer, cruiser Chickamauga, steamer Richmond and Semmes Naval Brigade. Otey Bradford, San Francisco, Cal.—Born in Virginia; lieutenant C. S. N.; served on cruiser Florida, Johnson Island expedition, steamer Savannah, Richmond, and Howlett's Battery. Frank D. Brown, Phillipsburg, Mon.—Born in Virginia; served in Twenty-fifth Battalion Virginia Volunteers; transferred to C. S. N. as landsman; served on steamer Patrick Henry and at Drewry's Bluff; transferred back to old command in army. J. P. Claybrook-Midshipman U. S. N.; lieutenant C. S. N., Louisville, Ky.; ser
Personal. --Among the arrivals at the Exchange yesterday, were R. H. McKim, Balt.; Col. Croghan, Wise Legion; O. B. Funston, Clarks; C. B. Ball, Loundon; S. W. Ficklin, Charlottesville; Wm. Allen, Surry; W. P. Regburn, N. C.; G. H. Shorter, Ala.--At the Spottswood, Commodore Tatnall, Ga; Otey Bradford, Virginia Marine Corps; H. G. Geiger, N. O.; Col. George Coppens, of French Zouave Regiment at Yorktown.
The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1864., [Electronic resource], The loss of the steamer Dare--full Particulars. (search)
. Skinner, on the South Carolina coast, on Thursday last. The Dare was owned in this city by the Richmond Importing and Exporting Company. She left Bermuda on Sunday, the 3d inst., with the following passengers; Lieuts. Chas. Schroeder, Otey Bradford, and A. G. Hudgins, of the navy; Major Ben. W. Ficklin, agent of Virginia; and Messrs. George Whitfield, Pat. Butler, Wm. A. Mountcastle, of Richmond; Kane, of Baltimore; Mottete, of Charleston, and Hamilton, agent of the company. She had a it were three blockaders. One of them saw her, and immediately gave chase, the Dare running to the west. After running about an hour she lowered a boat and sent off six passengers--Messrs. Whitfield, Butler, Kane, Mountcastle, Mottete, and Lieut Bradford--who were landed about 45 miles below Wilmington, N. C., and shortly afterwards reached that city. The Dare still continued her course west, and in about an hour discovered the Montgomery and Aries, two of the enemy's propellers, steaming af