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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Missing. J. WaldenPrivateCo. B, 1st Bat. S. C. S. S.Missing. J. F. ChapinSergeantBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. Wm. ThompsonSergeantBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. N. B. FullerCorporalBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. E. E. BurbanCorporalBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. J. J. BrownCorporalBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. J. E. TrippPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded since died. R. F. SamsPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. John JenkinsPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. Daniel JenkinsPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. A. BuddenPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. E. B. TrescottPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. T. E. CuthbertPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. S. A. SamsPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. J. D. RichardsonPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. Total casualties: Killed, 14; wounded, 102; missing, 9.
The Daily Dispatch: August 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], The manufacture of American salt in case of war. (search)
which maybe imported within six months. "That Colonel Laurens, Mr Ferguson, the Rev. Mr. Tennent, Mr. Edwards and Mr.Gibbes, be and they are hereby, appointed Commissioners to erect and superintend a Public Salt Works at or near Charlestown; that Mr. Joseph Allston, Captain William Allston, Mr. Benjamin Young, Mr. Peter Simons and Mr. Thomas Butler, be and they are in like manner appointed Commissioners for a public Salt Works on the Northern coast; and that Captain Thomas Tucker, Mr. Daniel Jenkins, Mr. Jos. Fickling, be, and they are hereby appointed Commissioners in like manner for a public Salt Works on the Southern coast of this colony. That each board of the said Commissioners, respectively, shall have power to draw upon the colony treasury, for any sum not exceeding $35,000 (seven thousand pounds currency) for defraying the necessary expenses incurred by this service. And that they shall sell the salt to be made at the same public works at the most reasonable rate (19 Mar