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The Daily Dispatch: November 5, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 50: Second attack on Fort Fisher. (search)
on; Acting-Master's Mates, Theo. Morse; Engineers: Acting-Second-Assistant, Sydney Smith; Acting-Third-Assistant, F. A. Whitfield. Zouave--Fourth-rate Acting-Master, Jacob L. Hayes; Acting-Master's Mate, Chas. Attmore; Second Assistant Engineer, Samuel H. Magee Ben Morgan--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master, A. B. Mulford. Phlox--Fourth-rate. Acting-Ensign, D. F. O'Brien; Acting-Master, T. A. Wyatt (Pilot); Acting-Master's Mate, Samuel Gordon; Engineers: Acting-Third-Assistants, W. C. Wright, G. Morrison and J. H. Coombs. Epsilon--Fourth-rate. Acting-Ensign, F. M. Muitzer; Engineers: G. B. Polen and Chas. Gould. Charles Phelps--Fourth-rate. Acting-Ensigns, Wm. Ottiwell and C. B. Parry. Roman--Fourth-rate. Acting-Ensign, H. Merchant. Gamma-tug. Acting-Ensign, Henry F. Curtis; Acting-Third-Assistant Engineer, Thomas Lee. Moccasin--Fourth-rate. Acting-Ensign, James Brown; Acting-Master's Mates, Joseph Fuller, John Johnson and J. S. Sinclair; Enginee
tion at hand, are believed to be capable of landing at once from three to four thousand men. The surf boats are of different sizes; two of the largest may take the officers and men of a company of 100 men; two of the next size a company of 70 men, and so on in proportion. The other means of transportation may take the remainder of a brigade, with probably one or two sections of field artillery. 4. The disembarkation will be made in three lines. The first line will be the brigade of Gen. Wright, flanked by two sections of Hamilton's Light Battery, accompanied by the squad of regular Suppers and Miners and two companies of Serrell's Volunteer Engineers, with a sufficient supply of entrenching tools and sand-bags. The second line will be the brig de of Gen. Stevens, and, if necessary, accompanied by a section of Hamilton's Battery and two field pieces, to be manned by a company of the 3d Rhode Island regiment. The reserve will be composed of Gen. Viele's brigade, the remaining p
Railroad accident. --The Columbus (Ky.) Confederate News, of the 29th ult., has the following: As the up train of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad was entering Columbus on Sunday morning, the cars met with an obstruction just, as they were passing over the between the bluff and the depot, by which one car was thrown from the track and tumbled into the ravine below. This car was turned completely over. Another car was overset, but struck upon the bank. Fortunately no eyes were lost; but several were seriously injured, among whom we have learned the names of Col. Wright, Mr. Hubbard, a merchant of this city, and a Mr. Weaver, a soldier returning from Bowling Green.
but the horses were exposed. The regulars, likewise, fought under cover, not choosing to charge, though double in numbers. A continual fire was kept up for five hours between the forces, at a distance from 400 to 600 yards. Many of the Federals were seen to fall. The commander was seen to fall from his horse, and was borne from the field by four men, as if dead. On the fall of their leader the Federalists retreated from their warm position, carrying off their dead and wounded. Dr. W. C. Wright, of Captain Coopwood's company, was killed instantly, and Robert W. Lyon, of the same company, was mortally wounded, and has since died. On the withdrawal of the Federalists, Captain Coopwood commenced preparing for another attack. The camp was entrenched, a well dug in the ravine, and the horses watered from hats and mess pans. The command remained in this position twenty two hours after the retreat of the Federals, and then slowly withdrew in the direction of the Mesilla Valley