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The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1861., [Electronic resource], The blockading fleet off New Orleans — News direct from the enemy. (search)
rits at having escaped from an imminent risk of visiting Fort Lafayette. He was set adrift in a small boat, with Mr. Fernandez, of this city, and a captured sailor of the schooner Isilda, who happened to be a Maltese, at sea, five miles off Fort Livingston. They rowed to the fort and came up from Barataria in the little steamer Bee. Last evening they reported themselves to General Lovell, at the army headquarters. Dr. Lefebvre was on the schooner Joseph H. Toone, (recaptured by Commodorred the fleet in the sauciest manner imaginable. During the recent storm on the coast two of the enemy's pilot boats, the Frolic and the John Burner were blown ashore, and burned up by their crews. Dr. Lefebvre likewise informs us that Fort Livingston, where he landed in the small boat, is a truly formidable affair, with a heavy armament, and in a state of complete preparation to resist a naval attack. Dr. Lefebvre informs us that it was the current report in the fleet that the capta