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The Daily Dispatch: March 2, 1863., [Electronic resource], An engagement in the Valley"capture of Yankees. (search)
Running the blockade. Charleston, March 1st. --Two steamers, the Douglas and the Ruby, arrived here at daylight this morning, will Nassau dates to Thursday last. The Douglas was fined at several times by the blockaders, but not hit. The steamers Stonewall Jackson and Hero, from Charleston, also the St. John, from Savannah, had arrived safely at Nassau. The following prizes ware at Key West February 15th: Steamers — Adela, Pearl, and Virginia; schooners — Alice, By George, Agnes, Frances Freer, Isabel, Courier, Dart. Theresa, Comer, Filey, Cemula, Dina Rising Dawn, Two Sisters, Kate and Margaret; sloops — Chester, Flying Fish, Good Luck. Brockenborough, Avenger, Julia, Ellen, St. as King, and Brave. [The other names illegible.] The Yankee Commander at Kev West has ordered all persons having friends in the Confederate service to prepare to go to Port Royal, to be sent thence into the rebel li