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The Daily Dispatch: August 28, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler 1 1 Browse Search
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pedition, 783; Butler incurs enmity of, 832. Interchangeable Bonds, proposition in regard to, 956, 957. Ipswich Bay, Butler's summer home near, 919. Ironsides, The, of U. S. Navy, at Fort Fisher, 798. Isham, Governor, reference to, 765. Isthmus of Darien, Butler's scheme for canal across, 904. J Jackson, Andrew, 42, 85, 90. Jackson Musketeers, 124; division less Ransom's and Gracie's brigades, 704. Jackson, Andrew, incident of, 976, 981; reference to, 1007. James, Capt., Wm. H., on Butler's staff, 899. James River, position of Union forces on, 617; Butler ordered to move up, 639; movements of forces around, 639, 694. Jefferson, Thos., 85-86. Jeffers, reference to, 806; quoted upon Porter's report, 808. Johnson, Andrew, defence of by Judge Curtis, 97. Johnson, Maj.-Gen., Edward, reported capture of, 651. Johnson, President, objects to the convention between Sherman and Johnston, 876; Butler confers with, 908; views in regard to the Rebellion
orgot for which he toll'd." Marked men. In view of the recent order of President Davis, concerning the execution of officers of negro regiments, we copy the following list from the New York Tribune of the officers of the 1st South Carolina (negro) regiment, organized by Gen. Hunter, but lately disbanded as inefficient: Captains — Chas. Trowbridge, John D. B. Goddard, James H. Harold, Wm B Church, Erastus H. Case, of New Pork; Wm J Randolph, Robert W. Weller, Robert Hamilton, Wm James, and Jos T Brown, of Pennsylvania. First Lieutenants--Geo W. Reeder. Thos K. Durham, Alexander Heasley, Geo S Vem, Thos S McGlathery, of Pennsylvania; Robert M. Gaston, William H Davidson, israel F Stickles, of New York; Luther G Riggs, of Connecticut. Second Lieutenants--Jno A Trowbridge, Geo K Walker, of New York; Edmund F Gliver, Jas F Johnston, Robert G Christie, Steward. Alford, Jas Pomeroy, Thos C. Randolph, John O Kerr, of Pennsylvania. Regimental Quartermaster--Harry West, of New Y
Twenty dollars reward. --Left my farm, on Saturday, the 15th day of August, 1862. my boy, Billy. He is a dark mulatto, about 15 years of age, well grown; had on when he left a soldier's uniform. He is very likely, and has very full black eyes. I will pay $20 reward for his delivery to me in Richmond, or deposited in some jail, so that I can get him. It is very likely that he is lurking about Richmond, or is trying to get employment in some company as a free boy. au 28--5t James M Taylor.