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United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 64
Doc. 62.-expedition to bear bluff, S. C. Lieut. Com. Rhind's report. United States steamer Crusader, North-Edisto, March 3, 1862. sir: On the twenty-third instant I received information that the enemy were building a battery at Bear Bluff, opposite White Point. On the night of the twenty-fourth, accompanied by Lieut. Prentiss, I went up in our dingey, with three men, and landed without being discovered by the guard. Lieut. Prentiss and I went up and found the battery in an unfinished state, and looking about us discovered the magazine, found two of the picket-guard asleep in it, got one musket out from beside them without awakening them, returned to the boat and brought up two of the men to secure them. In doing so, I regret to say one of them was shot through the head, and instantly killed — the pistol in my hand going off accidentally in the struggle. We carried both to the boat, and escaped without discovery. The picket-guard at the battery that night consisted
Rockville, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 64
tery that night consisted of fifteen infantry and two mounted men, in command of a lieutenant, so the surviving prisoner states. We buried the other properly the next day near the camp of the Forty-seventh regiment. His name is Jos. A. Wilson, company C, Moore's battalion, stationed at Church Flats. The other, now on board this vessel, is William M. Evins, from Raebun County, Ga., of the same company. According to his account there are two regiments at Church Flats, sending pickets out regularly to Rockville, Bear Bluff, and other points on the east side of the river, their men illfed, not paid or clothed, and badly treated. Wilson was from Pickens District, S. C. The musket we have taken from them is of the Enfield pattern, has the Tower mark, date 1861. Both cartridge-boxes contained Ely's London stamped cartridges. . . . . Very respectfully, your obedient servant, A. C. Rhind, Lieutenant Commanding. Flag-Officer Du Pont, Commanding South-Atlantic Blockading Squadron.
Bear Bluff (Wisconsin, United States) (search for this): chapter 64
Doc. 62.-expedition to bear bluff, S. C. Lieut. Com. Rhind's report. United States steamer Crusader, North-Edisto, March 3, 1862. sir: On the twenty-third instant I received information that the enemy were building a battery at Bear Bluff, opposite White Point. On the night of the twenty-fourth, accompanied by Lieut. Prentiss, I went up in our dingey, with three men, and landed without being discovered by the guard. Lieut. Prentiss and I went up and found the battery in an unfini, stationed at Church Flats. The other, now on board this vessel, is William M. Evins, from Raebun County, Ga., of the same company. According to his account there are two regiments at Church Flats, sending pickets out regularly to Rockville, Bear Bluff, and other points on the east side of the river, their men illfed, not paid or clothed, and badly treated. Wilson was from Pickens District, S. C. The musket we have taken from them is of the Enfield pattern, has the Tower mark, date 1861.
North Edisto River (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 64
Doc. 62.-expedition to bear bluff, S. C. Lieut. Com. Rhind's report. United States steamer Crusader, North-Edisto, March 3, 1862. sir: On the twenty-third instant I received information that the enemy were building a battery at Bear Bluff, opposite White Point. On the night of the twenty-fourth, accompanied by Lieut. Prentiss, I went up in our dingey, with three men, and landed without being discovered by the guard. Lieut. Prentiss and I went up and found the battery in an unfinished state, and looking about us discovered the magazine, found two of the picket-guard asleep in it, got one musket out from beside them without awakening them, returned to the boat and brought up two of the men to secure them. In doing so, I regret to say one of them was shot through the head, and instantly killed — the pistol in my hand going off accidentally in the struggle. We carried both to the boat, and escaped without discovery. The picket-guard at the battery that night consisted
S. F. Du Pont (search for this): chapter 64
ttery that night consisted of fifteen infantry and two mounted men, in command of a lieutenant, so the surviving prisoner states. We buried the other properly the next day near the camp of the Forty-seventh regiment. His name is Jos. A. Wilson, company C, Moore's battalion, stationed at Church Flats. The other, now on board this vessel, is William M. Evins, from Raebun County, Ga., of the same company. According to his account there are two regiments at Church Flats, sending pickets out regularly to Rockville, Bear Bluff, and other points on the east side of the river, their men illfed, not paid or clothed, and badly treated. Wilson was from Pickens District, S. C. The musket we have taken from them is of the Enfield pattern, has the Tower mark, date 1861. Both cartridge-boxes contained Ely's London stamped cartridges. . . . . Very respectfully, your obedient servant, A. C. Rhind, Lieutenant Commanding. Flag-Officer Du Pont, Commanding South-Atlantic Blockading Squadron.
F. W. Pickens (search for this): chapter 64
tery that night consisted of fifteen infantry and two mounted men, in command of a lieutenant, so the surviving prisoner states. We buried the other properly the next day near the camp of the Forty-seventh regiment. His name is Jos. A. Wilson, company C, Moore's battalion, stationed at Church Flats. The other, now on board this vessel, is William M. Evins, from Raebun County, Ga., of the same company. According to his account there are two regiments at Church Flats, sending pickets out regularly to Rockville, Bear Bluff, and other points on the east side of the river, their men illfed, not paid or clothed, and badly treated. Wilson was from Pickens District, S. C. The musket we have taken from them is of the Enfield pattern, has the Tower mark, date 1861. Both cartridge-boxes contained Ely's London stamped cartridges. . . . . Very respectfully, your obedient servant, A. C. Rhind, Lieutenant Commanding. Flag-Officer Du Pont, Commanding South-Atlantic Blockading Squadron.
Thomas O. Moore (search for this): chapter 64
oing so, I regret to say one of them was shot through the head, and instantly killed — the pistol in my hand going off accidentally in the struggle. We carried both to the boat, and escaped without discovery. The picket-guard at the battery that night consisted of fifteen infantry and two mounted men, in command of a lieutenant, so the surviving prisoner states. We buried the other properly the next day near the camp of the Forty-seventh regiment. His name is Jos. A. Wilson, company C, Moore's battalion, stationed at Church Flats. The other, now on board this vessel, is William M. Evins, from Raebun County, Ga., of the same company. According to his account there are two regiments at Church Flats, sending pickets out regularly to Rockville, Bear Bluff, and other points on the east side of the river, their men illfed, not paid or clothed, and badly treated. Wilson was from Pickens District, S. C. The musket we have taken from them is of the Enfield pattern, has the Tower ma
Doc. 62.-expedition to bear bluff, S. C. Lieut. Com. Rhind's report. United States steamer Crusader, North-Edisto, March 3, 1862. sir: On the twenty-third instant I received information that the enemy were building a battery at Bear Bluff, opposite White Point. On the night of the twenty-fourth, accompanied by Lieut. Prentiss, I went up in our dingey, with three men, and landed without being discovered by the guard. Lieut. Prentiss and I went up and found the battery in an unfinished state, and looking about us discovered the magazine, found two of the picket-guard asleep in it, got one musket out from beside them without awakening them, returned to the boat and brought up two of the men to secure them. In doing so, I regret to say one of them was shot through the head, and instantly killed — the pistol in my hand going off accidentally in the struggle. We carried both to the boat, and escaped without discovery. The picket-guard at the battery that night consisted
d States steamer Crusader, North-Edisto, March 3, 1862. sir: On the twenty-third instant I received information that the enemy were building a battery at Bear Bluff, opposite White Point. On the night of the twenty-fourth, accompanied by Lieut. Prentiss, I went up in our dingey, with three men, and landed without being discovered by the guard. Lieut. Prentiss and I went up and found the battery in an unfinished state, and looking about us discovered the magazine, found two of the picket-guLieut. Prentiss and I went up and found the battery in an unfinished state, and looking about us discovered the magazine, found two of the picket-guard asleep in it, got one musket out from beside them without awakening them, returned to the boat and brought up two of the men to secure them. In doing so, I regret to say one of them was shot through the head, and instantly killed — the pistol in my hand going off accidentally in the struggle. We carried both to the boat, and escaped without discovery. The picket-guard at the battery that night consisted of fifteen infantry and two mounted men, in command of a lieutenant, so the survivi
A. C. Rhind (search for this): chapter 64
Doc. 62.-expedition to bear bluff, S. C. Lieut. Com. Rhind's report. United States steamer Crusader, North-Edisto, March 3, 1862. sir: On the twenty-third instant I received information that the enemy were building a battery at Bear Bluff, opposite White Point. On the night of the twenty-fourth, accompanied by Lieut. Prentiss, I went up in our dingey, with three men, and landed without being discovered by the guard. Lieut. Prentiss and I went up and found the battery in an unfinlarly to Rockville, Bear Bluff, and other points on the east side of the river, their men illfed, not paid or clothed, and badly treated. Wilson was from Pickens District, S. C. The musket we have taken from them is of the Enfield pattern, has the Tower mark, date 1861. Both cartridge-boxes contained Ely's London stamped cartridges. . . . . Very respectfully, your obedient servant, A. C. Rhind, Lieutenant Commanding. Flag-Officer Du Pont, Commanding South-Atlantic Blockading Squadron.
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