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The Daily Dispatch: April 19, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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is now held a prisoner. He is represented as having been one of the most violent Secessionists in this section of the State. Blockading vessels. There are four vessels outside blockading the port, and which will co-operate with the land forces in the reduction of Fort Macon. They are the steamer State of Georgia, the gunboat Chippewa, the propeller Albatross, and the bark Gemsbok. The officers of the blockading fleet communicate with the officers in command at Beaufort, First Lieutenant Haxton, of the State of Georgia, having landed a few days since, and, subsequently, another officer from the fleet, without molestation. Services at the Episcopal Church. At the Episcopal Church in this town, this morning, services were held as usual — the regular clergyman officiating. There was a very good attendance of the people of the place, and the rector read the prayer for the President of the United States, the Senators and Representatives, and all who are in authority,