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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 2 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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t Pennsylvania regiment, accomplishing it by eight o'clock P. M., when we hauled off and anchored, distant some hundred yards from the shore, where we remained during the night. The following morning, at the request of Gen. Burnside, sent Acting Master Chase, with the command of ten soldiers of the Ninth New-Jersey regiment and two boats' crews, on shore for the purpose of reconnoitring. They returned at eleven o'clock A. M. Previous to this, Paymaster's Clerk Charles T. Hallowell, landed forand a prisoner on board this ship. I have other prisoners. I am happy to say that our casualties are few, considering the warmth of the enemy's fire, say two or three killed and some wounded. I send the Ellis to you under command of Acting Master Chase, of this ship, who, I hope, you will confirm in the command. The conduct of the gallant men I have the honor to command is worthy of all praise. A detailed account will be furnished when I have time. I am happy to say that none of
s, Charleston, cotton. Feb.12.Steamship Nelly, Moore, Charleston, cotton. Feb.13.Sch. Sue, Smith, Charleston, naval stores. Feb.16.Steamship Kate, Lockwood, Charleston, cotton. Feb.24.Steamship Cecile, Peck, Charleston, cotton. March3.Sch. Chase, Allen, Charleston, lumber. March3.Steamship Ella Warley, Swasey, Charleston, cotton. March4.Sch. Sir Robert Peel, Guage, Charleston, cotton and naval stores. March8.Steamship Cecile, Peck, Charleston, cotton. March10.Sch. Zaidee, Adair, Chcotton. April5.Steamship Economist, Burdge, Charleston, cotton. April5.Sch. Rutherford, Green, Charleston, cotton. April7.Sch. Sarah, Russell, Charleston, cotton. April7.Sch. Acorn, Habenicht, Charleston, cotton. April8.Sch. Louisa, Tolle, Charleston, cotton. April8.Sch. Chase, Habenicht, Charleston cotton. April9.Sch. Elizabeth, Rumley, Charleston, cotton. April10.Steamship Cecile, Carling, Charleston, cotton. Total fifty-eight, of which thirty-five since first of January.
ely; Henry Manning, ordinary seaman, severely; Henry King, marine, severely; Jabail Doane, seaman, slightly; Geo. White, marine, slightly; Mr. Cauley, carpenter, severely; Mr. Heisler, lieutenant of marines, slightly. Total, ten. On the Brooklyn--Mr. James O'Kane, Master, severely; Jas. Stafford, Acting Master, slightly; E. J. Lowe, Master's Mate, slightly; Wm. McBride, seaman, severely; Levin Heath, marine, slightly; Thos. Griffin, landsman, severely; John Willoughby, ordinary seaman; John Chase, seaman, slightly; E. Blanchard, ordinary seaman, severely; J. R. Sanders, marine, contusion; Mr. Wells, seaman, contusion; Robert Hamson, ordinary seaman, contusion; J. Hassett, landsman, contusion; G. Coventry, gunner, contusion; L. Killion, marine, slightly; Cornelius Martin, ordinary seaman, probably mortally; James H. Powell, ordinary seaman, slightly; H. O. Buskin, ordinary seaman, severely; John Willis, ordinary seaman, severely; John Daurin, landsman, slightly; James Welbey, captai
23. A love song. The following lines were taken at the Battle of Newbern, from a wounded rebel soldier, named Levi F. Jones, by John Chase, of Co. G, Fourth R. I. Regiment. camp Fisher, high Point, Gilford County, North-Carolina. So fare you well, my darling, So fare you well, my dear, Don't grieve for my long absence While I am present here. Since it is my misfortune A soldier for to be, Oh! try to live contented, And don't you grieve for me. I am agoing away to-morrow, To tarry for a while, So far from you, my darling, About five hundred miles. She wrung her lily white hands, So mournful she did cry, You will list as a soldier, And in the war you will die. In the battle you will be wounded, On the field you will be slain, You will burst my heart asunder If I never see you again. The cannons loudly roaring, The bullets whistling by, The fife and drum are sounding, To drown the soldier's cry. Stand steady by your cannon, Make balls and grape-shot fly; Oh! trust i