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The Daily Dispatch: February 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], A Yanner Oddicial Staterment of the killed and wounded at Mill Sprise (search)
of Southern liberty, and honor, and humanity, is not still onward? True, the news comes that the hospitable town of Elizabeth City has been shelled and burned, and that the vandal hordes are desolating the pleasant places of the Sound coast. But they cannot go far into the interior, and the day is coming when these Northern minious shall be driven back in disgrace to their in hospitable and barren soil. Gen. Wise, though still sick, is, I learn, on his way to this city. Captain O. Jeanings Wise was dangerously wounded. Major Lawson, Lieut. Miller and Capt. Coles, are reported a mong the killed. The enemy lost in killed and wounded one thousand, our loss three hundred, besides more than two thousand prisoners. We must be nerved for a vigorous resistance, and Providence will assist us as heretofore in this cause of honor, and truth, and human rights. How we fought at Roanoke. The Norfolk Day Book gives the following concerning the desperate courage exhibited by ou
Latest from Roanoke Island.burning of Elizabeth City by the inhabitants.Destruction of Com. Lynch's fleet.condition of Capt. O. Jennings Wise.&c., &c., &c. Norfolk, Feb. 10. --The latest news states that Capt. O. J. Wise was shot through the hip and disabled, though his wound was not mortal. Major Lawson and Lieut. Miller were mortally wounded. About 300 Confederates were killed. Our wounded numbers over one thousand. The number of Yankees wounded is about the same. Midshipman Camm had his arm shot off — The other casualties are unreported. A late arrival this morning says that Elizabeth City had been shelled and burned by the Yankees, and that the enemy was pushing on through to Edenton. [Second Dispatch.] Norfolk, Feb. 10. --A rumor has prevailed that Commodore Lynch's fleet of gun-boats had been captured. It is not regarded true, but it is believed that all were turned by the Confederates to prevent their capture, with the exception of one, which