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The Daily Dispatch: January 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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James H. Alford, 31st Va. Reg. J. B. Bender, Hansborough's Bat. Jno. T. Ganaway, 50th Reg. Va. David H. Whitman, Jno. T. McClutchin, 25th Va. Reg. Solomon Rose, McDonough's Va Cavalry. D. C. Poor, Va. Artilery. Simon F. Hicks, --Va. Reg. John M. Irvin, Sterrett's Cav. John W. Cummings, Kentucky Cav. Joseph P. Dejarnette, Wm. C. Respess, Wm. Tighe, Wm. R. Karsner, Jas. S. Hicks, Wm. S. Childers, J. P. Jones. John Barner, Wm. M. Jones, P. S. Jones, B. A. Jones, Nelson Jones, Wm. H. Melton, Wm. C. Jacobs, David J. Linn, Wm. P. Chisham, Wm. H. Mason, James W. Osborne, Geo. B. Jackson, Geo. W. Blackburn, Samuel Bobiuson, Elijah Kightly, Franklin Little, Thomas Murphy, John T. Rose, John W. Fields, Dudley Robinson, Joseph Fields, Thomas D. Fields, Wm. H. McCabe, Newton Cartney, Zach. Clarke, David H Hickey, Jacvis Heyden, L. H. McClung, Captain Foster Ky. Cavalry. A. J. Holston, 22d Va. reg. Wisely Sansome, 36th Va. reg. Geo. W. Nunnally, Va. Artillery
ance of the enemy, declares that there was no appearance of these ships at Hatteras. He saw, it is true, a number of craft hunddled up and close in shore, but gives it as a correct opinion, that they were merely transports, or coasting craft, taking shelter from the raging storms that have lately blown over that part of the coast with so much violence. The rumor so current on the streets yesteray, and so eagerly devoured, to the effect that one half of the Yankee fleet had gone to Navy Jones's locker, appears to have had its vigin in the joking humor of a Government official who succeeded, by his pranks, in "playing off" upon more than one wise head. Newborn, N. C., is in a ferment of excitement in expectation of an attach in that quarter. The town is under martial law, and every preparation made for early intelligence of the enemy's moverments and for his repulse when he does come. The Progress, of Thurday last, says: Several reports have reached us recently to