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The Daily Dispatch: March 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
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The Naval battle. Norfolk, Va., March 11, 1862. --We have further particulars of the recent affair in Hampton Roads. The Minnesota succeeded in reaching Fortress Monroe on Sunday, in a very crippled condition. All the guns at the Newport News fortifications were silenced for one hour, except one, by the Virginia and other Confederate vessels. The garrison evacuated the works. Lieut. Taylor, wounded by the enemy under the flag of truce, died yesterday. Capt. Buchanan and Lieut. Minor were also treacherously shot by the enemy while under the white flag. They are both improving. The Yankees killed two of their own men while firing on us after they had raised the white signal, and we were lending them aid and succor. The Ericson battery, after being run into by the Virginia, retreated to Fortress Monroe. Eight Confederates were killed and ten wounded in the battle of Saturday. It was supposed that the Cumberland lost in killed and drowned about three hundred. T
The death of Capt. Taylor. regret exceedingly to learn that Capt. James L. Taylor, C. S. Navy, has died of wounds received in the battle of Hampton Roads Capt. Taylor was a gallant and and, considering his age, one of the best in the service. He was a son of if Wm Taylor, of Roanoke county, Va, it was in the United StateCapt. James L. Taylor, C. S. Navy, has died of wounds received in the battle of Hampton Roads Capt. Taylor was a gallant and and, considering his age, one of the best in the service. He was a son of if Wm Taylor, of Roanoke county, Va, it was in the United States Navy--having at the Naval Academy at Annapolis where he entered September 24th, 1865. the battle of Roanoke he was in com of the gun boat Yanny, and was paretic party praised there for his bravery and skill managing his ship. He received his mortal on board the Congress, and under the of traces. The death of this noble youCapt. Taylor was a gallant and and, considering his age, one of the best in the service. He was a son of if Wm Taylor, of Roanoke county, Va, it was in the United States Navy--having at the Naval Academy at Annapolis where he entered September 24th, 1865. the battle of Roanoke he was in com of the gun boat Yanny, and was paretic party praised there for his bravery and skill managing his ship. He received his mortal on board the Congress, and under the of traces. The death of this noble young will be universally regretted, and especially is mented by those who knew him and appreciated his manly, generous nature.