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The Daily Dispatch: November 9, 1861., [Electronic resource], Eight Months' campaigning and the result. (search)
The fight at Bay Point. severe contest — retreat of the Confederates--capture of batteries by the enemy. Savannah Nov. 8. --Forts Walker and Bay Point batteries were evacuated on yesterday afternoon after a terrible contest, in which we lost 12 killed and 40 wounded. Our troops retreated after exhausting all our ammunition. We lost no prisoners. All of our guns were lost on the forts, and the Federal flag is now flying over our forts. [second Dispatch.] Savannah, NovNov. 8, P. M. --The steamer Sampson has arrived here from Port Royal with the wounded. The engagement on yesterday was between Fort Walker and Bay Point batteries against fifteen vessels inside and several outside. Two hundred men were at Fort Walker and thirteen hundred outside on Hilton Head. The steamship Minnesota was the first to enter, and was followed rapidly by others. The attack was from three sides, and after the second round from the fleet, the principal gun in our bat
Congressional election. Lynchburg Nov. 8. --Thomas S. Bocock's majority in Prince Edward is about 250. His majority in Appomattox is about 300. There were only 33 votes cast against him in the latter county.
From Charleston. Charleston Nov. 8, P. M. --The steamer Aid on yesterday approached the blockaders, and after firing a few shots retired.