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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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, Co. L, First Artillery; Privates: Louis Hay, Co. L, First Artillery; Thos. Poole, Co. L, First Artillery; Michael Ready, Co. L, First Artillery; Frederick Verger, Co.. C, Third Infantry. Wounded.--Privates: J. Buckley, Co. L, First Artillery, badly; Wm. Shaeffer, Co. L, First Artillery, badly; Daniel Slater, Co. A, First Artillery, seriously; John McBride, Co. E, Third Infantry, dangerously; Daniel Crontey, Co. E, Third Infantry, slightly; Wm. Gill, Co. E, Third Infantry, slightly; Sylvanus Morgan, Co. E, Third Infantry, badly. I am, General, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Harvey Brown, Colonel-Commanding. Brig.-Gen. L. Thomas, Adjt.-Gen. U. S. A. A detailed account, by an officer of the Niagara. On Wednesday, the 20th November, it became pretty generally known among us, that the flag officer had made up his mind to commence the bombardment of Pensacola, providing that Col. Brown was ready; and as we knew that the colonel only waited for the Flag's action, w