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The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], The capture of Yankees at Smithfield — further Particulars. (search)
small boat, after the display of the white flag. Lieut. Harris, of the 99th New York, was badly wounded in the bowels, and it is thought will die. Lieut F. A. Rowe, of the same regiment, was also badly wounded. One man died of his wounds at Ivor yesterday, and several others are wounded.--One hundred and nine prisoners reached here yesterday afternoon, and went on to Richmond by the 4 P. M. train, guarded by fifty men of Major Batte's City Battalion. The enemy threw their two pieces d the boat was fired by our forces, and totally destroyed.--We understand that the prisoners confess that they were all engaged in the recent raid upon Brandon, and expected, as on that occasion, to meet with no opposition. It was reported at Ivor, before the train left, that a large force was landing at Smithfield yesterday, with the hope, it is thought, of recapturing the prisoners who fell into our hands Monday. But they were several hours too late, as no time was lost by Capt. Sturdiva