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The Daily Dispatch: March 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Later. We had an interview last evening with Mr. C. W. Harwood, who left High Point, N. C. (where he met the train from Goldsborough) at 2 o'clock yesterday morning. He had excellent opportunities of learning the facts in regard to the attack upon Newbern, and since affairs have become quieted down to some extent, it seems to be admitted on all hands that the first representations, made by parties who fled in the general panic, were greatly exaggerated. Indeed, it is believed that the sn killed, wounded, and prisoners has dwindled down to about three hundred Most of the commissary stores at Newbern were destroyed. "Latham's Battery," which was much cut up during the engagement, was, we understand, composed of North Carolina troops. Many have mistaken it for a Virginia company of the same name. We learn from Mr. Harwood that a nest of traitors has been discovered and broken up in Davidson, N. C., and that fifty of the number have been sent to Raleigh as prisoners.
The Company of Quartermaster's Department Volunteers have organized their roll, showing a strong's of 87, rank and file. The officers are: Captain, S. F. Sutherland; First Lieut, John C. Wade; Second Lieut, U. M. Turner; Junior Second Lieut, John J. Wright; 1st Sergeant, C. W. Harwood; 2d do., R. Hotle; 3d do., Jas C. S-limac; 4th do., J. W. Thomas, jc.; 1st Corporal, John Beck; 2d do., Charles C. S. Thompson; 3d do., James M. Rind; 4th do., L. T. Childs.