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The Daily Dispatch: March 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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The schooner Beauregard. --We learn from a trustworthy source, that the schr. Beauregard, which left this port on the 5th of November, was captured by the Federal bark W. G. Andrews, Capt. W. G. Rogers, on the 12th of that month, and all on board, numbering twenty-seven, taken prisoners, and conveyed in chains to Key West. These unfortunate men have endured great suffering and every imaginable indignity during their captivity. On the passage to Key West they were fed with felon's fare, compelled to remain in a recumbent position, with chains on their hands and feet during the day, and at night were confined in a bread-locker, about six feet square. The four officers were treated with special roughness. They were assailed with the most offensive epithets, and annoyed by every means at the command of their brutal enemies. Since they have been at Key West they have been in rigorous durance, fed on the coarsest food, and watched day and night by heartless and base fellow