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The Daily Dispatch: May 24, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ail agent, Mr. A. M. Stoddart, being up at the time, were on the forward deck, and escaped unhurt. The surviving officers of the Kentucky and Dr. Talbot, himself badly scalded about the feet, as well as the resident physicians and the citizens of Columbia, rendered all the relief in their power to the unfortunate victim of the catastrophe. The following is a list of the killed and wounded: Killed.--S. Storm, Lake Bollvar; W. B. Lamb, Cloverport, Ky.; Thos. S. Redd, M. Leaning, Charlie Evans, Jackson, Miss.; Jas. Petty, 1st clerk; B. N. Quinn, 2d clerk; Henry Wellage, bar-keeper; and three negroes. Wounded.--Benj. Little, Shelby ville, Tenn., badly scalded, will die; M. Little, (brother of Benjamin,) badly scalded, will die; S. G. Edings, Fayetteville, Tenn., badly scalded, will die; Mrs. Lavine, chambermaid, badly scalded; Thos. M. Evans, Pecan Grove, La., badly scalded; W. H. Rice, alias James Ray, Jackson, Miss., badly scalded; Patrick McGuire, Bollvar co. , Miss., b