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The Daily Dispatch: March 3, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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pany I, Capt. McCoy, in reserve. In Port Huges. The Cabanas, Capt. Barron--80 men. The Alamance Grays, Capt. Cobb--30 men. In Fort Blanchard. Forty-four men from 31st N. C., under Lieut. Pipkins In Fort Barton. Commander; Major Hill. State Guards, Capt. Fearing. John Harvey Guards, Capt. Johnson. 46th Virginia, Col. Feamk Addersion Was engaged at the battery with two companies of the 46th Va. 46th Virginia, Maj. Fry. Four companies--Capts. Crank, Miller, Abbott, and Williams--arrived about eleven o'clock. 2d N. C. Battalion, Lieut. Col. Green, Arrived on the Island about twelve. The defences of the island consisted of four batteries, one ordinary field fortification and a barricade across the channel. Fort Huger is about one mile from the upper and of the island, and is the most formidable of all. It was upon this fort that the greatest reliance was placed, but it was never of any avail.--It mounts twelve guns--ten