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orth Carolina; Lt Col. M. J. Bulger, 47th Alabama, Adj't F. C. Powell, 47th North Carolina; Capt John W Johnson, 11th Georgia; 2d Lt. Beverly Barksdale, 23d Virginia; 1st Lt. James P. Gleen, 13th Virginia; 2d Lt. G. W. Nixon, 32d North Carolina, and Assistant Surgeon B. C. Harrison. The American. says: In the steamer Louisiana, which left port last evening, were the following named rebel surgeons, who, after teaching Fortress Monroe, will be conveyed by the flag of truce beat to City Point; A S. Gregory, surgeon 1st Va. infantry; E. M. Rowe, surgeon 14th Va cavalry; M. S Newlin, assistant surgeon 38th Va. infantry; E. C. Harris, assistant surgeon 56th Va. infantry; J. P. McCombs, assistant surgeon 11th North Carolina; with M L Whitten, chaplain 9th Alabama, with four hospital stewards, who had been left on the field at Gettysburg to attend to the rebel wounded. Commercial affairs in the United States.-- on the specie — England Warts no more breadstuffs, act gold. T
The Daily Dispatch: August 8, 1863., [Electronic resource], The gunboat Repulse on James river — further Particulars. (search)
ive minutes, and the guns had just been gotten into position when the fleet hove in sight, coming slowly down. This time one of the gunboats was being towed. having been so damaged by the fire at Deep Bottom that she was unable to make her way through the water. Her engines were not working; a shot hole through her wheelhouse was visible. As they came in range they were received with a galling fire, which was continued until they passed out of the reach of our guns. As they passed City Point the Monitor was flanked by a gunboat on either side, with another wooden craft following in her wake, but attached by a tow line. Large holes could be seen in the hindmost steamer, and great pieces of canvas could be seen over the sides of the one next to the Southern shore of the river, all indicating pretty rough treatment. There is little doubt that these gunboat raids up James river are intended for the purpose of ascertaining the location and effecting the removal of the torpedoe