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The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Atrocitties of the Neapolitan brigands. (search)
A Yankee's account of a visit to Gen. Floyd's Outposts.[correspondence of the Cleveland (Ohio) Herald.] Gaulet Bridge, Aug. 31. --I sent you a dispatch yesterday evening, telling you of the safety of all the commissioned officers of the regiment, save Capt. Dyer, known to be killed, Capt. Shurtliff, known to be a prisoner, and Lieutenants Wilcox and Lockwood missing. I regret exceedingly that I cannot give you the names of the privates and non-commissioned officers killed, wounded, prisoners, and missing. But this cannot be done till we hear more fully from Major Casement concerning the men with him, over four hundred, at Charleston, thirty-eight miles below us.--The only way, even then, that we could approximate to a correct list, would be to give the names of all who have escaped, those with him and those with us. One of the objects I aimed to secure under a flag of truce, the other day, was information upon this very thing, for the sake mainly of the relatives and f