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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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las, A. Betts, L. C. Manly, J. Miller, G. Picot, W. D. Jones, Jas. McKay, Joseph Witty. First Lieutenants, W. H. Hartman, S. J. Latham, Wm. Parker, Quentin Utly, H. B. Jordan, J. H. Hughes, J. Pipkin, F. H. Perry, C H. Coffold, F. J. Bowen. Second Lieutenants, R. Steagrell, M. T. Sealy S. W. Morrisett, S H. Hyman, C. B. Lindsay, S. Crouch, T. H. Wray, Anderson Betts, R. L. Bryant, J. W. Holden, S. P. Collins, J. A. Slaughter, S. B. Boole, W. Debnaur, Wm. Pulley, William A. Prince, William Pearson, T. H. Garkins. The caged Southern blood coursing in the imprisoned veins of our captives does not seem to have made very distinguished the much vaunted qualities of the defenders of our homes and fire-sides. In fact, they bear a very disparaging comparison with the mud-sills to whom they have capitulated. A more miserable class of men it would be difficult to find. Several of these pusillanimous creatures, who happen to be residents of Roanoke, have sneaked out of their uniforms
d both to those well disposed and to our enemies, who have been taught a lesson they will not soon forget. From my observation, such a thing as free speech among them is a tradition, and the reign of terror rules everywhere. Still those I saw were very grateful for the assurances given, and I doubt not many of them will avail themselves of our protection. Finally, permit me to commend to you the good conduct, uniform throughout, of both officers and men, and to thank, through you, Midshipman Pearson, of the Wabash, who commanded her cutter, for the valuable assistance he was always, in fire and out of fire, ready to render. Very respectfully, T. A. Stevens, Lieutenant Commanding. United States gunboat Ottawa, St. Mary's River, March 7, 1862. Capt. Stevens, of the United States gunboat Ottawa, is authorised by Flag-Officer Du Pont to assure the peaceable citizens living on the banks of the St. Mary's River, that they will be protected in their persons and property; that it
den, Adjutant, Lieutenants. F, (of--)--Jesse Miller, Captain; John H. ughes, First Lieutenant; Samuel P. Colonel Second Lieutenant. G, (of Hertford)--Julian Picot, Captain; ac Pipkin, First Lieutenant; John A. Slaughter, Simon B. Poole, Second Lieutenants. H, (of Wake)--Willie D. Jones, Captain; ablus H. Perry, First Lieutenant; Walter ebnam, William Pul'ey, Second Lieutenants. I, (of Harnett)--John A. D. McCay, Captain; Cornellus H. Cofield, First Lieutenant; Wm. A. Prince, Wm. Pearson, Second Lieutenants. J, (of --)--Joseph Whitty, Captain; Edw. J. Bowen, First Lieutenant; Thomas H. G kins, Second Lieutenant. [The companies that we are unable to locate on from Oraven, Johnston, and Orange.] Of the killed and wounded we have as yet not list. We have heard that Lieut. Steagall, of Capt. Godwin's Robeson company, was one of the few who escaped; that he was told by his Commander that the surrender must be made, and to escape if he could. Also, we learn that