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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 20, 1860., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Passengers per Steamship York town, Parrish, Master, from New York: A. Petrie, James Little, C. H. Manson. W. P. Mason, E. Chase, Mrs. Egans and child, Captain Van Name, Joseph Simson, John W. Rogers, J. R. Whitehead, Miss White house, Miss Broad-street, Miss M. A Smith, Mrs. Trenyan, A. Mannoni, A. Roop, J. Roop, A. M. Hawkins, Miss Pittman, Miss. Rowland, J. O. Ehberts, O. Haggarty, J L. Wicks, J. E. Wicks, Miss Kelly, Miss J. A. Briant, S. D, Arrowsmith J. De Launey, A. B. Briant. C. C. Hughes, Miss Norton, Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. C. Baker. S. H. Cadwell, lady and child. Geo T. Patton and lady, Mrs Dod and family, G. S Gholston. J. T. Powell, D. C. Ferguson and lady, F. F. Ferguson, Wm. Potter, Miss King, Master King, Mrs. Lee, Miss Heath. J G. Williams, W. M. Whitmore, W. C. Maitland and wife, Miss Maitland, Miss M. C. Maitland, A Hall, Samuel Kelly, C. J. Oliver, and 33 steerage passengers. Also. from Norfolk. J. M. Bernard, Marmaduke Johnson, W. J. Brough, J N. Brough,
Their dead bodies were tying three deep in some parts of the fort, and where they attempted to escape the ground was covered with their bodies. One "pink-buttoned" or No. 1 Mandarin was shot by Capt. Prynne, of the Royal Marines, who was one of the first officers into the fort. I have since heard that it was the mandarin "second in command," a certain "Lieutenant General I," or some such name. Among the officers who particularly distinguished themselves, I may mention Capt. Gregory and Lieut Rogers of the 44th, Lieuts. Burslem and Chaplin of the 67th, and Lieut. Kempson of the 99th, who is Aidde Camp to Brigadier Reeves, of the Fourth Brigade. Some of these officers, I believe, have been recommended for the Victoria Cross, and certainly deserve it well. The gallant old Brigadier Reeves was wounded in four places, I hear, but refused to be removed to the rear, and still remains with his brigade. Col. Travers, of the Royal Marines, Col. Mann and Major Graham it is superfluous to me