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The Daily Dispatch: July 4, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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. The Forest City had only 12 pounders, I understand, and the Chesapeake only 6 pounders; but their intention was to run the cutter down at once, as they had no match for her and her 32 pounders. The Che was manned by 27 men, of the 7th Maine regiment, under Col. Mason, together with company A, State Guards, and city company B, all of which were ready with full rains in half an hour, and also by as many armed citizens as could be conveniently taken, who volunteered with enthusiasm. Capt. Lighter, the Government inspector overseeing and building gunboats here, took charge of the Chesapeake battery. Capt. Willets commanded and Capt. Liscomb the Forest City. Vallandigham and his New York the withdrawal of New Jersey from Pennsylvania. The New York correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, writing on the 24th ult.; says: The steamship British Queen is the next packet due from Nassau, N. P., and a certain class of politicians among us are chuckling over the chanc