Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: November 28, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Baker or search for Baker in all documents.

Your search returned 4 results in 1 document section:

ssell's last letter to the London times. the blockade of the Potomac — the battle of Edwards's Ferry — death of Col. Baker--its effect on the public mind, &c. [From the Special Correspondence of the London Times] October 22 --The coe Whitworths or other rifled ordnance of the Confederates. While the Generals were assembled last night, the report of Col. Baker's death reached the city, accompanied by stories of a great reverse or success, as the case might be, at Edward's Ferryhe infantry made a stand, reinforced by the remaining companies of their regiment, by the 20th Indiana, and apparently by Baker's Californians. As the islands in the river had been occupied by the Federalists, it seems to me as if Gen. Banks ha the Virginia side, which is said to be in possession of Gen. Banks. In heading a movement of his regiment, Brigadier-General Baker, who was considered a very meritorious officer, was killed, and from the tone of the Washington papers this morn