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The Daily Dispatch: January 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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most hilarious mirth, and quietly followed on. The Federals who thus fled, without taking time to look back, was a part of the First Wisconsin Regiment. Brave boys, truly! Probable captured by the enemy. The Savannah News, of the 21st inst., says: Mr. James A. Barron, of this city, with a man by the name of Jesse Ayres, formerly of Philadelphia, left the city on Wednesday afternoon last, intending to spend the night ducking. Their intention was to obtain a ducking boat at Fig Island light, and proceed to the opposite shore, but not to go below Fort Jackson, to hunt ducks in the river and creeks, and return in the morning. As they have not been seen or heard of since Wednesday evening, it is feared that they were captured during Wednesday night by the boats of the enemy, which are known to prowl about in the creeks between our river and Hilton Head during the night. We know Mr. Barron, who is a native of Baltimore, to be a true and loyal Southron, and can account for