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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 6 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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dinary as it may appear, there is every reason to believe that no one was killed on the Queen. It is probably attributable to the fact that those below got into the hold through the numerous hatches, and thus escaped the effects of the steam. Mr. Taylor, of the engineers, is reported by a deserter from the Webb, to be badly scalded. Twenty-four men were taken prisoners, ten of whom were civilians employed on the boat. Assistant Surgeon Booth was the only commissioned officer captured. VerIf I am captured, a visit to Vicksburgh will be my portion. We shall see. The following is the loss by the capture of the Queen of the West, as far as I can ascertain: Prisoners.--Cy. Eddison, Second Master; Henry Duncan, Third Master; David Taylor, Engineer, (scalded;) D. S. Booth, Surgeon; First Master Thompson, (wounded on the Atchafalaya;) Adjutant C. W. Bailey; one blacksmith, name unknown; George Andrews, James Foster, carpenters; L. C. Jarbou, Thomas Williams, David McCullom, Char
he information which our good friend the contraband from the Cotton gave, respecting a concealed torpedo, proved to be perfectly correct, and exactly where he stated. I saw this infernal machine on board the Estrella, and afterward conversed with the poor fellow who rendered us such essential service, and who is now safely in our lines. Judge of my astonishment when, on scraping away the waxen stuff on the brand of this machine, I discovered the following inscription in raised letters: Taylor & Hodget's cans, With Burnett's Attachment, New-York. Patented August 21, 1855. It was shut up in a neat wooden box and labelled, in large letters: Hospital stores, this side up, with care. The manufacturers are fully welcome to all the benefits of this advertisement. Hospital stores, forsooth! Rather a grim joke, is it not? One strange thought struck me as I gazed upon this monstrous invention, and that was, that while people in the North are enriching themselves by manufacturing th
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
oyd, Private G. W. Hicks, J. W. Pepper, J. J. Rogers, H. J. Ruffin, J. M. Simmons, W. P. Truitt, J. N. Tracy. Co. E. Sergeant J. Bracken, Corporal A. Armstrong, W. J. Jones, Private M. Arnold, Wm. Bracken, J. J. Clenny, W. Y. Greenberry, A. S. Grace, M. Grace, G. W. Holland, J. Jones, B. H. Johnson, J. M. Kirkland, Thos. Lantern, Wm. Lipscomb, Wm. M. M. Miller, Private C. C. Shelly, Mark Shelly, J. W. Stokes, H. T. Stokes, H. W. Summerford, H. F. Fuller, David Taylor, P. Watson, J. Ward, W. Ward, L. A. Knowles, J. A. Kirkland, S. D. Williams, L. M. Sheppard, W. A. Campbell. Co. F. Sergeant K. J. Gregg, S. C. Pucket, Corporal E. F. Romer, J. C. McGill, Private J. D. Besheau, Private James Howell, G. Johnson, J. W. Moody, J. G. McCaskill, J. W. Raleigh, Private Henry Brown, H. C. Fuller, Jesse Harris, Private G. L. Jones, B. F. Merriwether, W. P. Thompson. Co. G. Sergeant P. M. Faulk, A. C. May, Corporal Jno. German
Virginia post-offices. --Establishments.--Pomona, Loudoun county, Va., Benjamin D. Kalb postmaster; to be specially supplied from Lovettsville. Calfee's Ferry, Pulaski county, Va., Jacob Philieger postmaster; on the route from Newbern to Reed Island. Wood Lawn, Carroll county, Va., E. S. Fulton postmaster; on route from Hillsville to Grayson Court-House. Office at White Top, Grayson county, Va., is discontinued. Appointments. J. L. Hilkey postmaster at Bellington, Barbour county, Va., vice E. R. Douglass, removed.--David Taylor postmaster at Chincoteague, Accomac county, vice Isaac K. Stevenson, resigned.