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The Daily Dispatch: April 29, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War. 3 1 Browse Search
Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3. 2 0 Browse Search
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te Howiser. 1.12 pounder Mounted Howitzer. 2.02 pounder Field Howitzer. 1.12 inch Mortar. 4.10 inch. Mortar. 400 stand of small arms, with accoutrements. Ammunition. The amount of powder in the fort at the commencement of the bombardment was about 45,000 pounds, with 180 rounds of shot and shell to the gun. There were also 20,000 rounds of musket and rifle cartridges. Commissary stores Mess Beef128 barrels Mess Pork170 barrels Flour and Hard Oread700 barrels Rice60 tierces Coffee3,000 lbs Sugar7,000 lbs Vinegar6 bbls Candles660 lbs Soap800 lbs Salt5 bushels Delta Apples85 bushels Welskey5 bb's Molasses2,000 gall's Fort Macon. The Wilmington Journal, of Saturday last, says: We have a rumor this morning from Fort Macon. It is vague, and we give it for what it is worth. It appears to be pretty certain that the fort is not taken. The rumor adds that Col. White has been able to prevent the enemy from erecting any batteries fe
etc. The Natchez Courier learns that Mr. Samuel Scott, an old citizen and planter of Jefferson county, Miss., committed suicide at his place on the morning of the 10th inst. D. W. Hay, under sentence of death, for the murder of Joseph Steele, at Lancasterville, S. C., has had his sentence commuted by Gov. Pickens to entry into the army for the war. We regret to learn that the Armory at Aberdeen, Miss., was destroyed by fire recently. Everything in it, except a few guns, was destroyed. "A system of modern Geography," by John H. Rice, has lately been published in Atlanta, Ga. Dr. John Y. M. Jordan, while fighting as an amateur in Capt. Tyler Jordan's company, on the Peninsula, a few days since, was struck down by a shell and killed. Our pickets on the Peninsula made a foray upon a drove of Yankee beeves last Thursday, and secured a number that were fat and fine. Alexander St. Clair, a well known citizen of Tazewell county, Va., died on the 14th inst.