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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
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ouge, severely wounded; private Jos. B. Thompson, ear shot off; and Jas. G. Watson, slightly wounded. Company G, Capt. Craige, commanding.--Privates G. Noah, A. B. Corriher, J. R. Corriher, J. S. Smith, Jason D. Setzer, Jno. Hess and Jacob Safrit, killed; privates John Howard and N. Lindsay Dancy, severely wounded; privates W. Rufus Owen, Henry W. A. Miller, Jacob W. Miller, and Bartlett Allen, slightly wounded. Company H, Capt. Mitchell, commanding.--Not directly in the engagement, Private John W. Evans, hand shot off. Company I, Capt. York, commanding.--Sergeant Hiram Sears, Sergeant John W. Wilson and Private Joseph T. Morris, mortally wounded; Private James H. Moring, severely wounded, and Joseph D. Ausley, slightly wounded. Col. Charles F. Fisher killed, and Lieut. Col. C. E. Lightfoot slightly wounded, making 15 killed, 7 mortally wounded, 25 severely. 21 slightly, and 1 missing, making 69. A number of others received slight injuries, not worth mentioning.
The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], General Toombs' Brigade--Second Georgia Regiment. (search)
cumstances, doubly grateful to us. The officers of the "Beaufort" had been courteously invited on the day previous, by Col. Morris, to dine on shore, and early in the morning were busy with preparations to make a respectable appearance among the lanty approach of the enemy's steamer. The commander of the Beaufort then dispatched a messenger on shore with a note to Col. Morris, asking what course he intended to pursue in the premises, and urging the importance of using the two guns mounted. In a short time Col. Morris came alongside the steamer, and remarked, in course of conversation, that he had no men to work the guns; the commander of our steamer replied that the crew of the Beaufort was at his service. Col. Morris then said that hCol. Morris then said that he thought it would do no good. Lt. Duval remarked to him that he would fire on the enemy as long as he could, which you will perceive, in the course of this letter, he did to the letter. As the enemy's steamer bove fully into view, she shortened a
The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], General Toombs' Brigade--Second Georgia Regiment. (search)
Proceedings of the Federal Congress. Washington, July 30. --The direct tax includes three per cent on the income, and five per cent, on distilled and two on fermented liquors. All Democrats and Southern men opposed the bill, which was passed, however, by 17 majority. Mr. Cox proposed a peace proposition to day in the House, and only 42 votes in its favor could be obtained. Among those who sustained the measure were Messrs.. Cox, Webb, Morris, Nugent, Pendleton, Vallandigham and White, of Ohio; Cravens, Holman, Lase and Voorhies, of Indiana, and Logan, Richardson and Robinson, of Illinois. The Senate adopted an amendment to the tariff bill, which increases the duties ten per cent., and charges ten per cent on the present free list. The amendment was adopted with only seven votes in the negative. In the House, the bill appropriating a million and a quarter of dollars to purchase twelve light-craft steamers, was passed. In the Senate, the bill prohibi