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The Daily Dispatch: October 17, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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The naval victory at the mouth of the Mississippi.particulars of the engagement — arrival of Commodore Hollias at New Orleans. The New Orleans True Delta, of Sunday morning, gives the following particulars concerning the recent brilliant engagement off the mouth of the Mississippi: At midnight, last night, the steamer Calhoun arrived at the wharf foot of Bienville street, having on board Commodore Hollins. A dispatch to announce her arrival had been received from the fort, but few persons saw it, as it was not published. Nevertheless, a considerable crowd collected on the wharf about nine o'clock and waited a couple of hours, but when the Calhoun finally arrived there were not more than two dozen people present. These, however, sent up a hearty shout for the hero of the naval victory. Commodore Hollins went ashore immediately and drove off to his home. He was excessively fatigued and worn out, and unable to furnish any details of the remarkable combat he had p