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The Daily Dispatch: August 28, 1863., [Electronic resource], Loss of a Confederate Cotton steamer. (search)
tain a fire, and it was made along side of a tree, the trunk of which, during the night, was burnt through, and a heavy wind prostrated it, injuring the following persons: Peter Faithful, 3rd Assistant Engineer, skull dangerously fractured; Chas, Smith, seaman, left side of cheek out slightly; Adolphus Moore, cabin boy, (colored,) leg fractured. The wounded having been taken care of, the party at daylight put to sea, and at 19 o'clock made the inlet to St. Catherine Sound. After getting aboutwere put north and across the inlet. The third boat, which was in the rear, and distant from the others about half a mile, was cut off and compelled to surrender. The following were in the boat captured: Peter Faithful, 3d Assistant Engineer; Wm. Smith, Master's Mate; ex-officer Dr. Chas. M. Moffat, Assistant Surgeon; Peter Vandiver, 1st Assistant Engineer; Isaac Patten, Paymaster's Clerk; Mr. Kelly, Nassau Pilot; Chas Smith, and nine of the seamen and firemen. On Thursday at 10 o'clock