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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 52: operations about Charleston, 1865.--fall of Charleston, Savannah, etc. (search)
PicKing; ActingMaster, Wm. Shackford; Acting-Ensigns, C. J. Rogers, A. B. Prince, E. H. Frisbie and W. C. Mendell; Assistant Surgeon, S. G. Webber; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, Wm. H. Palmer; Engineers: Acting First Assistants, John H. Foster and T. B. Grene; Second-Assistant, L. T. Stafford; Third-Assistant, J. L. Hannum; Acting-Third-Assistant, Morris McCarty. Passaic--Third-rate. Lieutenant-Commander, T. Scott Fillebrown; Lieutenant, H. L. Johnson; Acting-Masters, A. A. Owens and Charles Cook; Acting-Ensigns, L. A. Waterman, Richard Hepburn and Sylvester Eldridge; Assistant Surgeon, Wm. P. Baird; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, F. A. Wheeler; Engineers: First-Assistant, James Sheridan; Second-Assistants, F. H. Fletcher, Webster Lane and Joseph Hooper; Acting-Third-Assistant, G. S. Odell. Montauk--Fourth-rate. Lieutenant-Commander, E. E. Stone; Lieutenant, E. F. Brower; Acting-Master, W. W. Crowningshields; Acting-Ensigns, G. W. Bourne, W. T. Mitchell and E. Gabrielson; Actin
rst Lieut. Charles S. Palmer, in command of company. Loss. Recruits transferred to Twentieth Massachusetts Regiment, Jan. 14, 1864, by Special Order 11, Army of Potomac. Co. A.Privates James Boyle. Michael Burke. Henry Bode. Daniel Burray. Thomas Mack. Thomas Ripley. Charles Trapp. James Benedict. George Collins. James F. Aytoun. Samuel Goodnow. Henry Brailey. Charles Brown. Henry Bartlett. Thomas Dawson. Co. B.Charles Abraham. Frank Bartley. Henry Connor. Charles Cook. James Cooper. David G. Copp. Philip Carey. Duncan Crawford. Andrew Cronan. Francis W. Devine. William Dow. Stephen Doer. Edward Dillon. John F. Jordan. Co. C.Edward C. Doherty. Thomas A. Dow. Reuben B. Dow. James Eckelman. James Eldridge. John Fisher. John Farren. Winslow P. Eayers. Robert H. Eastman. Joseph Frey. George Riese. John Davis. William Barnes. Co. D.James Dunn. John W. Gallagher. Henry G. Fuller. Michael Hogan. Philip Hunt. William Hamilton. Char
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Roster of the Nineteenth regiment Massachusetts Volunteers (search)
isch. disa. Jan. 1, ‘63. Conway, Patrick, priv., (F), disch. June 30, ‘65. Cooger, Joseph, priv., (—), Aug. 6, ‘61; 35; See Co. H 17th Mass.; not in 19th Regt. Cook, Bartlett, priv., (I), July 26, ‘61; never left state. Cook, Chas., priv., (B), Aug. 4, ‘63; 25; sub. Cyre nus W. Haskins; transf. to 20th M. V. Jan 23 ‘64. CooCook, Chas., priv., (B), Aug. 4, ‘63; 25; sub. Cyre nus W. Haskins; transf. to 20th M. V. Jan 23 ‘64. Cook, Moses E., 1st serg., (A), July 26, ‘61; 38; disch. Sept. 24, 1862; see also V. R.C. 2nd for Enlistment. Coolidge, Michael, priv., (—) Aug. 21, ‘61; 34; see Co. I, 2th Mass.; (lid not serve in 19th Regt. Coolidge, Rufus, priv., (G),Jan. 14, ‘65; 20; M. O. June 30, 1865. Coombs, James A., priv., (I), Aug. 28, ‘61; 18; Aug. 28,Cook, Moses E., 1st serg., (A), July 26, ‘61; 38; disch. Sept. 24, 1862; see also V. R.C. 2nd for Enlistment. Coolidge, Michael, priv., (—) Aug. 21, ‘61; 34; see Co. I, 2th Mass.; (lid not serve in 19th Regt. Coolidge, Rufus, priv., (G),Jan. 14, ‘65; 20; M. O. June 30, 1865. Coombs, James A., priv., (I), Aug. 28, ‘61; 18; Aug. 28, ‘64. Cooper, Geo. W., priv., (K), Aug. 13, ‘61; 21; deserted Apr. 27, ‘62; M. O. Aug. 28, ‘64. Cooper, James, priv., (B), Aug. 1, ‘63; 21; sub. Horace D. Davis; transf. to 20th M. V., Jan. 23, ‘64. Cooper, Thomas, priv., (—), July 31, ‘63; 20; N. F.R., A. G.O. Mass.; sub. Cooper,
The Daily Dispatch: January 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], The President's New Year's reception. (search)
an be forced to flee from it by the Superintendent, by being made to earn a portion of their support. Yesterday a burly looking young ruffian, calling himself Charles Cook, was arraigned at the instance of one John Freeman, who charged him with making an extensive excavation in his frontispiece, over the left eye, with a paving-stone. The complainant, also an able-bodied young fellow, deposed positively to the injury having been inflicted by a rock; but two others, with Cook, testified as to the blow having been dealt "from the shoulder," for very slight cause. --Bail was required of Cook, and not given. The Mayor remarked that he was the greatest pest Cook, and not given. The Mayor remarked that he was the greatest pest in the city, having passed all his life in fighting and stealing. In the above case, all the parties — complainant, defendant and witnesses — were paupers; but, nevertheless, judging from their physical development, were well calculated to earn their own support, it made to do so. It was evident that incentive to independence wou
For Hire --A good Cook, Washer and Ironer, without encumbrance. Rosco B. Heath, Office Goddin's Building. ja 3--ts
For Hire --An excellent Cook in all departments and a plain Washerwoman, without encumbrance and hired for no fault, but simply because a supernumerary. Apply to Dr. R. T. Coleman, Northwest cor. 4th and Grace sts. ja 2--3t*
y, arrived at Newport R. I., on Saturday after a voyage of 43 days from Rio Janeiro. She had a cargo of 410 bags of coffee on account of the owners.--She was seized by Collector Macy immediately on her arrival, and a keeper was put on board, as she is party owned at the South.--She belongs to Wm. S. Peckham, of Newport, Mrs. Hathaway, of Fall River, and T. Hathaway & Co., of Wilmington, N. C. It is only a small portion which belongs to the Southern owners. Clergyman enlisted. Rev. Charles Cook, Baptist clergyman at West Gardiner, Me., has enlisted as a private in the 11th Maine regiment. He is a native of Baltimore, Md., where his friends now reside. Fatal affray among Yankee soldiers. Patrick Roony, a private in the N. Y. 34th regiment, stationed at Rockville, Md., was killed on Saturday night last in an affray with a fellow private, named Hiram Burke. Released from Fort Lafayette. Robert Muir, the Englishman who was arrested about two months ago on board
voked murder. --On Saturday last. Coroner R. D. Sanxay, assisted by Deputy Constable Ragland, proceeded to hold an inquest over the remains of a man named Charles Cook, represented to be a member of Caskie's Rangers, whose dead body was found at he house of Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbard on Cary street, opposite the Columbian Hotel. 1 o'clock, sitting in the public parlor conversing with some of the inmates in an affable manner, when a man named Maguire entered the room unannounced, and seeing Cook, hastily advanced towards him, exclaiming "What is this you have been saying about met" and without giving him the benefit of a word of explanation. deliberately presented a heavy holster pistol at his victim's head, and the ball fulfilling its bloody mission, the brains of Cook were scattered, and he fell a corpse on the floor. In the confusion incident to a deed of such an appalling nature, the murderer made good his escape. It is conjectured that there had been a previous misunderstan
Not caught. --Up to yesterday the police, civil and military, had been unsuccessful in their explorations for Henry McGuire, who murdered Charles Cook, of the Caskle Rangers, at the house of Mrs. Hubbard, on Cary street, last Friday night. It appears to be the general impression among the officers of police that the murderer has been unsuccessful in his efforts to leave the city, a strict watch having been kept for him. He is doubtless ensconced in some place of fancled security, and, it wt. It appears to be the general impression among the officers of police that the murderer has been unsuccessful in his efforts to leave the city, a strict watch having been kept for him. He is doubtless ensconced in some place of fancled security, and, it would seem to persons of ordinary comprehension, might be found by vigilant searching. From the evidence given in before the Coroner's jury, a more unjustifiable and deliberate butchery was never effected than the killing of Cook by McCuire.
Two hundred and fifty Dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the evening of the 28th inst., a young negro man named John, formerly the property of Mr. Charles Cook, of Hanover, by whom he was sold on the morning of the 28th inst., at the auction house of Hill, Dickinson & Co. Said negro is about 19 years of age, beardless, and has a small scar upon the shin of his right leg; black, straight, and well proportioned. The above reward will be paid upon his delivery to Hill, Dickinson & Co. or myself. Robert H. Davis. [se 30--ts]
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