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The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1863., [Electronic resource], More about the treatment of our prisoners in the North. (search)
houses on Sullivan's Island on the back be, were struck one of which was demolished. A shot passed through Fort Sumter's flag. Col. Rhett was in command of Fort Sumter, Col. Butler of Fort Menitrie, Capt. Sligraves of Fort Beauregard, Lieut-Col. Simkins of Battery Bee, Maj. Huger of Battery Wagner, and Lieut, Lessesoe, with a detachment from Fort Sumter, of the battery on Cummins's Point. Fort Sumter was hit 34 times, but received no damage. We learn that six man belonging to Capt. Mathews artillery company, stationed at Battery Wagner, were wounded. Two of these have since died; two were seriously wounded, and it was thought one would die before morning. The other two including an officer, were but slightly wounded. The last gun was fired by the enemy at half past 5 P. M. Three iron clads, one supposed to be the Keokuk, were seen about 6 o'clock going South apparently in tow of a large steamer. The others were all outside the bar. The Ironsides was struck in the st