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The Daily Dispatch: February 24, 1862., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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he Yankee offices who left on Saturday, viz: Col. M. Cogswell, 42d New York regiment. Col. W. R. Lee, 20th Massachusetts regiment. Col. A. M. Wood, 14th New York regiment. Maj P. J. Revere, 20th Massachusetts regiment. Capt. Henry Bowman, Company C, 15th Massachusetts regiment. Capt. T. J. Keffer, Company N, 1st California regiment. Capt. G. W. Rockwood, Company A, 15th Massachusetts regiment. Capt R Williams, Company E, 12th Indiana regiment. Lieut. C. F. Freeman, Company F, 1st Virginia regiment. Lieut. J. E. Green, Company C, 15th Massachusetts regiment. Lieut. W. C. Harris, Company H, 1st California regiment. Lieut. B. F. Hancock, Company I, 19th Indiana regiment. Lieut. C. B. Hall, Company G, 1st Virginia regiment. Lieut. Engineer W. E. Merrill, U. S. army. Lieut. B. B. Vassall, Company E, 15th Massachusetts regiment. Lieut. Geo H. Wallace, Company K, 42d New York regiment. Surgeon E. H. Revere, 20th Massachusetts regiment.
own their guns and equipments and fled immediately. The roads were filled with stragglers — some even fled to Fort Henry. The enemy improved the opportunity, and advanced upon Schwartz's and Dresser's batteries, capturing five guns and taking possession of Gen. McClernand's headquarters, driving our forces nearly a mile and a half. Instead, however, of adhering to their supposed intentions to escape, the rebels resolved to follow up the advantage by pursuit. At this juncture General Wallace's division was thrown in front, and took a position on a ridge, with Taylor's battery in the centre of the road. The rebels formed on the ridge which General McClernand had occupied, and, flushed with success, moved forward.--As soon as they came in range, Taylor opened on them with grape, canister and shell, causing the rebels to quail and come to a halt, and as the infantry advanced they began to fall back and recover the ground previously lost. A large number of rebel prisoners
capture of Nashville is not conceded. News from Port Royal up to the 17th inst had been received in New York. It was expected that Savannah would fall in a few days. It was reported that the rebel troops were evacuating Manassas. Gen. Halleck has decided not to hang the condemned bridge burners, but will keep them in close confinement. Col. Corcoran and 700 prisoners are expected at Fortress Monroe. The report that Gen. Buckner has been arrested for treason is contradicted. The war in Venezuela continues frightful; and a revolution rages in Honduras. Palmerston has announced in Parliament that the distress in the manufacturing districts will not justify the interference of the Government in raising the blockade of Confederate ports. Captains Taylor, Wallace, and Talcott, Lieutenant Loyal, and Dr. Shepherdson, arrived in Norfolk yesterday. They were taken prisoners at Roanoke Island. The other prisoners are expected to reach here to-morrow.