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The Daily Dispatch: March 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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n to Elizabeth City, and send express to Norfolk for ammunition. Should I arrive in time we will return to aid in the defence; if not, will there make a final stand; and blow up the vessels rather than they shall fall into the hands of the enemy. There are reasons for reaching upon Norfolk, but it would be unseemly thus to desert this section of country. If I have erred in judgement, by a speedy notification the error will be corrected. Commander Hunter, Lieut Commanders Cooke, Parker, and Alexander, and Masters Commanding McCarrick Taylor and Hoole bravely sustained the credit of the service, and every officer and man per formed his duty with alacrity. Lieut Commanding Simms, although absent on detailed service, exhibited such an eagerness to participate in the conflict as to give full assurance that, if gratified, he would have upheld his high reputation. I am, very respectfully, your obd't" W F. Lynch Flag-Officer. The Hon. S R. Mallery, Sec'y of the Navy.
C. Hightower, Pittsylvania, books and pamphlets. Proceeds of Dr. Read's Lecture at Pulaski, Tenn., through B. Shepard, $74.35. Mrs. E. M. Maben, 11 pairs gloves, 4 pairs socks, and 2 flannel shirts. Ladies of Dr. Baker's Church, through Dr. Lazarus, 30 pairs gloves. Miss Mordecai, 2 pairs socks. Pike Powers, a lot of books. From --, 17 sentinel caps. Misses Myers, 2 pairs gloves. Miss Lizzie Leake, Rockingham co., 11 prs. gloves. Miss Todd and Mrs. Taylor, Nottoway, 24 shirts. Mrs. John Currie, Jr., 10 pairs socks. Through office of "Central Presbyterian," 11 pairs socks. Leighton Nuckolls's daughters, Frederick's Hall, Louisa, 24 pairs socks, for N. W. Sharon Church, King William, 3 bed ticks, 3 pairs sheets, 1 pair socks. North Carolina, 3 sentinel caps, 3 pairs cuffs. St. Paul's Church, through Dr. Lazarus, 6 pairs gloves; other ladies, 4 pairs gloves. Proceeds of Dr. Read's Lecture at Columbia, Tenn.,