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The Daily Dispatch: January 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Latest from the Southern coast. Running the blockade — severe engagement at port Royal — the Number of killed on our side, &c. Augusta, Ga., Jan. 3. --A ship, a schooner, and the steamship Isabel, arrived at Charleston yesterday morning, having run the blockade, as well as having avoided the old whalers, which have recently been sunk in the channel. The Savannah Republican, of yesterday morning, says that Capt. John Stephenson's schooner Lucy Waring, which has just been released from the Lincoln fleet arrived yesterday, and says that seventy-five vessels were at Port Royal. The Republican says the Federals landed 6,000 troops at Port Royal on Wednesday morning under cover of shells and gun-boats. Gen. Pemberton, with Jones's regiment and four companies of Dunovant's regiment advanced upon them when a fierce battle ensued, which resulted in driving the enemy, with considerable loss, under cover of their guns. The Confederates fell back to Gardiner's corn