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The Daily Dispatch: February 3, 1864., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: February 3, 1864., [Electronic resource], Handsome affair near Smithfield.--capture of Yankees and Destruction of a gunboat. (search)
sterday morning, a fatal affair occurred between two of the sentinels at Castle. Thunder and Samuel Keene, master's mate on bound the C. S. steamer Beaufort. It appears from the testimony elicited before the jury of inquest that Keene had been sent out in the early part of the evening in of a disaster from the Beaufort, but that becoming intoxicated he had returned to the vessel, which is lyin8th and 19th streets, and parallel with Main and Cary, he was halted by the sentinels on watch. Keene stopped at the word of command, but commenced abusing the guard in a violent manner, which conducoming out of his left eye, and tearing away in its progress about half of his front scalp. Keene was originally from Washington city, D. C., but had for a number of years been a resident of thiof Alderman L. F. Chandler, in the absence of Coroner Sanxay, rendered as their verdict that "Samuel Keene came to his death from musket ball fired at him by privates Cotton and Rowell, in the dischar