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The Daily Dispatch: February 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], A daring Exploit. (search)
A daring Exploit. --Some few days since, Mr. A. R. Jackson, of Captain Could's Texas Company, Col. Forrest's regiment, started with Mr. B. M. Morda on a trip to with in the Federal lines They went some two miles beyond Callous, and representing soldiers, took posse with of twelve horses belonging to Col. Jize
The Daily Dispatch: February 22, 1862., [Electronic resource],
Lieut. Dulaney A. Forrest
Lieut. Dulaney A. Forrest. --Why does not somebody somewhere exert himself in effecting the release of this gentleman? His parole has nearly expired, and up to this time nothing, absolutely nothing, definite has been effected towards his freedom and release. He left here two years ago, more or less, in the steamer Decotah, for a cruise in the East Indies. On the return home in that vessel he resigned his commission in the navy of the old Government, to join the Southern "rebellion," and on reaching the Cape of Good Nope he was sent home a prisoner.--Norfolk Day Book.