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The Daily Dispatch: September 10, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 21, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Cenas, (Midshipman U. S. M. C.,) New Orleans, August 28; Em. Patrick, Brooklyn, N. Y., August 28; Ellis B. Schnable, Pennsylvania, August 29; Uriah B. Harrold, Macon, Ga. August 30; Richard S. Freeman, Macon, Ga., August 31; Henry A. Reeves, Greenport, L. I., September 4. Privateersmen.--Crew of prize schooner York, of Norfolk, Va., taken from the schooner G. B. Baker, of Galveston, Texas, by United States gunboat Union, August 9, 1861; Pat McCarthy, John Williams, James Reilly, Archibald Wilson. Crew of prize schooner Dixie, taken from schooner Mary Alice, New York, by the United States steam frigate Wabash, August 3, 1861; John A. Marshall, Charles Forrester, Geo. O. Gladden, J. P. N. Carlos, John Joanellie. The Hatteras prisoners — their New quarters in the Fort. At an early hour on Wednesday evening, Castle William, on Governor's Island, was put in order to accommodate the Hatteras prisoners. The guns were run in, and the ports, which have been closed for many y
ndence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Nov. 20, 1861. Reliable information has been received here that eight thousand Federal troops have marched into Accomac, on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, and taken possession of the county. Large forces were expected yesterday in Northampton county. The Confederate force being very small, and almost entirely without arms, but little resistance was made. A letter has been received here from Jas. Reilly, John Williams, Patrick McCarty, and Archibald Wilson, formerly of this city, privateersmen of the Florida, and who are now confined in the Tombs, in New York. They state that they are in great need of clothing and money, and appeal to their friends for assistance. Their trial will not take place until next April. It is hoped that the needed help will not be delayed. The Methodist Conference commenced its session here this morning, at 9 o'clock, Dr. Wm. A. Smith presiding. Bishop Andrew is expected to arrive to-day, at 11 o'clock,