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The Daily Dispatch: November 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], A card from Miss Joey Guggenheim--she refuses to play on Sunday . (search)
ntinually passing between Beaufort and Pocataligo. Several of the planters on the Island in the vicinity of Hilton Head and Bay Point had set fire to their cotton to prevent its falling into the hands of the enemy. Gen. Dunovant's Regiment had arrived all safe at Pocataligo. Col. Clingman's North Carolina Regiment had also arrived at Coosahatchie. Several of the men reported as missing in Col. DeSaussure's Regiment, it appears were taken, on board the steamer Huntress, by Captain Morris, who kindly offered to take them to Charleston, and arrived here yesterday. Their names are J. J. Burrows, A. B. Gaskin, J. J. Gaskin, F. A. Cooper, S. Maddox, J. P. Carter, Robert Mason, J. F. Eddy, W. S. Eddy, H. Buckles, J. O. Hudson, and one unknown, too sick to tell his name. He has been kindly cared for and sent to the hospital. Carolina Items. A number of families from South Carolina crossed the river yesterday and arrived in this city en routs for the up country.