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The Daily Dispatch: November 9, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: November 9, 1863., [Electronic resource], Advance of the enemy in force-fight near Brandy. (search)
rleston, Nov. 7. --Enemy's fire very slow to-day, mostly from a monitor and two land batteries. Fort Moultrie and batteries Marion, Marshall, and Simpkins, opened a brisk fire on the enemy, doing some excellent shooting, and frequently driving the Yankees from their guns. The number of shots fired by the enemy within the last 24 hours is 357. Privates Howell, Jones, and Vann, of the 28th Ga., killed, and privates Stubblefield, Penton, Batler, Lawrence, Sallus, Howell, Lane, Enney, and Wood, all of the 28th Ga., slightly wounded on Friday. No casualties reported to-day. The firing continues slowly. The number of vessels inside the bar is twenty-eight, including the Ironsides and four monitors. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, Nov. 8. --The enemy's fire on Sumter continues slowly, with a still further gradual abatement. Two hundred and eighty-five shells and shot were fired at Sumter from sundown on Saturday to sundown to-day, of which fifty-seven missed.--The casua
The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1864., [Electronic resource], Escape of Admiral Porter's fleet — his Official Narrative. (search)
Charged with stealing Wood. --Officers Bibb and Adams arrested yesterday afternoon Patrick Boyle, Patrick McCarthy, and Daniel Egan, white, and Robert, slave of Wm English, charged with stealing $120 worth of wood from Richard Reins. They were locked up in the cage till this morning.