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Eufaula (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 9
Incident at Pensacola. --A letter to the Eufaula (Ala.) Express, from Barrancas, relates the following incident which occurred there: A man named Doyle, one of the workmen at the Navy-Yard, slipped over to Fort Pickens, a few nights ago, and come very near getting in before he was discovered. He had a bundle of rat-tail files in his pocket and says, if it had not been for a sergeant holding a lantern up to his face as he was going in the door, he would have had every gun spiked in twenty minutes. He was sent back by Slemmer, with the request that he be dealt with, as he did not wish to do anything that might bring about a collision, which was so much to be deprecated. Col. Clayton sent a note in reply, by the hands of private Bullock, (who, by-the-bye, has since been promoted to a corporalcy,) stating that he would punish Doyle, but just at this time he had too much need of his services in casting cannon balls. The conference took place just outside the fort.
Fort Pickens (Florida, United States) (search for this): article 9
Incident at Pensacola. --A letter to the Eufaula (Ala.) Express, from Barrancas, relates the following incident which occurred there: A man named Doyle, one of the workmen at the Navy-Yard, slipped over to Fort Pickens, a few nights ago, and come very near getting in before he was discovered. He had a bundle of rat-tail files in his pocket and says, if it had not been for a sergeant holding a lantern up to his face as he was going in the door, he would have had every gun spiked in twenty minutes. He was sent back by Slemmer, with the request that he be dealt with, as he did not wish to do anything that might bring about a collision, which was so much to be deprecated. Col. Clayton sent a note in reply, by the hands of private Bullock, (who, by-the-bye, has since been promoted to a corporalcy,) stating that he would punish Doyle, but just at this time he had too much need of his services in casting cannon balls. The conference took place just outside the fort.
Incident at Pensacola. --A letter to the Eufaula (Ala.) Express, from Barrancas, relates the following incident which occurred there: A man named Doyle, one of the workmen at the Navy-Yard, slipped over to Fort Pickens, a few nights ago, and come very near getting in before he was discovered. He had a bundle of rat-tail files in his pocket and says, if it had not been for a sergeant holding a lantern up to his face as he was going in the door, he would have had every gun spiked in twenty minutes. He was sent back by Slemmer, with the request that he be dealt with, as he did not wish to do anything that might bring about a collision, which was so much to be deprecated. Col. Clayton sent a note in reply, by the hands of private Bullock, (who, by-the-bye, has since been promoted to a corporalcy,) stating that he would punish Doyle, but just at this time he had too much need of his services in casting cannon balls. The conference took place just outside the fort.
Peter Doyle (search for this): article 9
Incident at Pensacola. --A letter to the Eufaula (Ala.) Express, from Barrancas, relates the following incident which occurred there: A man named Doyle, one of the workmen at the Navy-Yard, slipped over to Fort Pickens, a few nights ago, and come very near getting in before he was discovered. He had a bundle of rat-tail files in his pocket and says, if it had not been for a sergeant holding a lantern up to his face as he was going in the door, he would have had every gun spiked in ked in twenty minutes. He was sent back by Slemmer, with the request that he be dealt with, as he did not wish to do anything that might bring about a collision, which was so much to be deprecated. Col. Clayton sent a note in reply, by the hands of private Bullock, (who, by-the-bye, has since been promoted to a corporalcy,) stating that he would punish Doyle, but just at this time he had too much need of his services in casting cannon balls. The conference took place just outside the fort.
Incident at Pensacola. --A letter to the Eufaula (Ala.) Express, from Barrancas, relates the following incident which occurred there: A man named Doyle, one of the workmen at the Navy-Yard, slipped over to Fort Pickens, a few nights ago, and come very near getting in before he was discovered. He had a bundle of rat-tail files in his pocket and says, if it had not been for a sergeant holding a lantern up to his face as he was going in the door, he would have had every gun spiked in twenty minutes. He was sent back by Slemmer, with the request that he be dealt with, as he did not wish to do anything that might bring about a collision, which was so much to be deprecated. Col. Clayton sent a note in reply, by the hands of private Bullock, (who, by-the-bye, has since been promoted to a corporalcy,) stating that he would punish Doyle, but just at this time he had too much need of his services in casting cannon balls. The conference took place just outside the fort.
Incident at Pensacola. --A letter to the Eufaula (Ala.) Express, from Barrancas, relates the following incident which occurred there: A man named Doyle, one of the workmen at the Navy-Yard, slipped over to Fort Pickens, a few nights ago, and come very near getting in before he was discovered. He had a bundle of rat-tail files in his pocket and says, if it had not been for a sergeant holding a lantern up to his face as he was going in the door, he would have had every gun spiked in twenty minutes. He was sent back by Slemmer, with the request that he be dealt with, as he did not wish to do anything that might bring about a collision, which was so much to be deprecated. Col. Clayton sent a note in reply, by the hands of private Bullock, (who, by-the-bye, has since been promoted to a corporalcy,) stating that he would punish Doyle, but just at this time he had too much need of his services in casting cannon balls. The conference took place just outside the fort.