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The Daily Dispatch: December 24, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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at Fort Pickens since the bombardment. The United States steamer Richmond was coaling and repairing at Key West. By the arrival of the United States gunboat Connecticut, Commander Woodhull, we have quite an accession to our list of residents at Fort Lafayette. The following is a list of prison is from the rebel privateer schooner Royal Yacht, captured in Galveston Bay by the launches of the frigate Santee: Captain Thomas Chubb, Joseph Frisbee. George Hall, Ambrose Snow, J. E. Davidson, John Greenhouse, Thomas C. Sanders, G. Baker, J. Kelly, R. Redman, H. M. Ducle, J. S. Hayes, J. G. Rodgers — the last three men bearing wounds of their capture. The following is the crew list of the British bark Empress, captured with 6,000 bags of coffee on board, by the sloop-of war Vincennes, off the Southwest Pass — James Robinson, A. Wardele, W. Cuthbert, George Waltz, Michael O'Brien, W. Sanger, and W. Jones. The Empress is now on her way to this port with the captain an