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The Daily Dispatch: December 28, 1863., [Electronic resource], Attempted escape of Confederate officers from Fort Warren. (search)
Attempted escape of Confederate officers from Fort Warren. Drs. Gibbe and Freeman, late exchanged surgeons from Fort Warren, bring intelligence of several of our officers being in close confinement at that fort for an attempt to escape. In a note from Dr. Freeman he says that he was confined in Fort Warren when Major Reid SaDr. Freeman he says that he was confined in Fort Warren when Major Reid Sandres, C. S. A., Lieuts J. W. Alexander and James Thurston, of the Confederate steamer Atlanta, and Lieut. C. W. Bead, of the Tacony, (who burnt the Yankee revenue cutter off Portland,) effected in partial escape. A letter has also been reserved at the Navy Department from Europe relative to the same incident. We combine the accod a sentinel with a loaded gun walks under each one continually. The reference to the miscreant Harris, who betrayed Maj. Sanders, and was promoted for it, Dr. Freeman says he is universally despised even by the officers of the Yankee section themselves. They call him a double-edged traitor. All the prisoners at Fort War