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The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Lieutenant-Commander E. P. Williams is instructed to organize a force of sailors for special service — and the commanding officers of the following vessels will place under his command — men (volunteers preferred) and boats properly officered as follows: Powhatan--50 men, 3 boats. Housatonic--30 men, 2 boats. Wissahickon--20 men, 2 boats. Mahaska--30 men, 1 boat. Lodona--20 men, 2 boats. Memphis--20 men, 2 boats. If the Canandaigua arrives off the bar in time Captain Green will send 40 men and 3 boats. Very respectfully, J. H. Dahlgren, R. Admiral Commanding, S. A. B. Squadron. It was by one of these barge expeditions that the boat sent to Morris Island for Major Warley was captured. This information is of an authentic character. Major Warley is safe, but a prisoner in the hands of the enemy. At about half-past 1 o'clock yesterday morning the prevailing quiet was rudely broken by a sudden and very rapid cannonade in the direction of t
Market prices. --The following prices prevailed at the Second Market Saturday morning for the articles enumerated:--Green corn $1.50 per dozen, black eye peas 50 cents per quart, butter beans $1 per quart, sweet potatoes $1.50 per quart, Irish do. 50c per quart, cabbage 50ca$4.50 per head, tomatoes 25a75c per dozen, egg plant 75a$1.25 apiece, snaps 75ca$1 per quart, beets 50c per bunch of six or eight, okra 50c per quart, pumpkins $1.50a2.50 apiece, watermelons 75ca$5, muskmelons 25ca$1.25 apiece, grapes 50c per bunch of about half a pint, chickens from $1 to $3 apiece, ducks $5 per pair, beef $1.25 per pound, veal $1.25, lamb $1a1.25, mutton $1a1.25, smoked sausage $1.25, beef tallow $2 per pound, common bacon two dollars and a half per pound, (an abominable extortion,) shoat $1.50 per pound, salt shad $3a3.75 apiece, salt herrings (none good in market) $3a3.50 per dozen, soap (country) $1a1.25. The market was well supplies, but, as the above prices will show, everything was v