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Roanoke Island (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
rner in the rear. Com. Lynch on his arrival at Elizabeth City dispatched an officer and obtained ammunition enough or two vessels, and on Sunday went down to Roanoke Island, supposing that they were still fighting. When near the mouth of the Pasquatank river he learned that the island had fallen. Roanoke Island is distant from Roanoke Island is distant from Elizabeth City about 35 miles. After speaking the boats he kept on in hope of saving the men at the flotting battery on the Croatan side. A detachment of the Federal fleet chased them back before distributed his ammunition between his four vessels.--At daylight Monday morning fluding that he had only seven men on which he cones's company, from Warren county, N. C., and connected with Col. Shaw's 8th N. C. regiment, arrived here on Wednesday night, having escaped from the enemy at Roanoke Island. They represent the fighting as desperate on both sides. Col. Shaw, they say, acted with great coolness and bravery throughout and when forced to surren
Cobb's Point (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 5
ing that he had only seven men on which he could rely to man the batteries, he took the officer and crew of the Beaufort on shore and manned two of the guns at Cobb's Point. The orders of the Commodore were peremptory to the commandants of the vessels when the means of resistance failed to ran each one into shoal water, set her on fire and save the crew. From some unexplained cause this was only obeyed by the Commandant of the Fanny. The fight continued at Cobb's Point one hour and fifteen minutes, when the gunboats succeeded in passing the battery and crossed upon and captured the Seabird and the Ellis. The Fanny was set on fire and burned, and thof the enemy. The Appomattox, Beaufort, and Raleigh had the best machinery, and are probably saved. The others were of little value. Com. Lynch left Cobb's Point with fifty-two officers and men, who have escaped.--But six of his men were killed and three wounded. B. Ham and J. W. Ham, privates in Capt. Jones's comp
Warren (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
l, where the Raleigh had been previously sent to get ammunition. The Forest was on the ways for repairs, and if not burned fell into the hands of the enemy. The Appomattox, Beaufort, and Raleigh had the best machinery, and are probably saved. The others were of little value. Com. Lynch left Cobb's Point with fifty-two officers and men, who have escaped.--But six of his men were killed and three wounded. B. Ham and J. W. Ham, privates in Capt. Jones's company, from Warren county, N. C., and connected with Col. Shaw's 8th N. C. regiment, arrived here on Wednesday night, having escaped from the enemy at Roanoke Island. They represent the fighting as desperate on both sides. Col. Shaw, they say, acted with great coolness and bravery throughout and when forced to surrender was engaged up to the last moment in spiking the guns. Colonel John V Jordan who was in command on the island, it is said displayed great bravery. Gen. Wharton Green's battalion was ca
Beaufort, N. C. (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
passing the battery and crossed upon and captured the Seabird and the Ellis. The Fanny was set on fire and burned, and the crew escaped and joined the men at the battery. The enemy in overwhelming force rushed upon the Seabird and Ellis and captured both. The Appomattox escaped up toward the mouth of the canal, where the Raleigh had been previously sent to get ammunition. The Forest was on the ways for repairs, and if not burned fell into the hands of the enemy. The Appomattox, Beaufort, and Raleigh had the best machinery, and are probably saved. The others were of little value. Com. Lynch left Cobb's Point with fifty-two officers and men, who have escaped.--But six of his men were killed and three wounded. B. Ham and J. W. Ham, privates in Capt. Jones's company, from Warren county, N. C., and connected with Col. Shaw's 8th N. C. regiment, arrived here on Wednesday night, having escaped from the enemy at Roanoke Island. They represent the fighting as desperate
saved. The others were of little value. Com. Lynch left Cobb's Point with fifty-two officers and men, who have escaped.--But six of his men were killed and three wounded. B. Ham and J. W. Ham, privates in Capt. Jones's company, from Warren county, N. C., and connected with Col. Shaw's 8th N. C. regiment, arrived here on Wednesday night, having escaped from the enemy at Roanoke Island. They represent the fighting as desperate on both sides. Col. Shaw, they say, acted with great coolness and bravery throughout and when forced to surrender was engaged up to the last moment in spiking the guns. Colonel John V Jordan who was in command on the island, it is said displayed great bravery. Gen. Wharton Green's battalion was captured soon after arriving on the island. Adj't Wise, a nephew of Gen. Wise, was shot through the body and killed. The loss of the enemy all concur in setting down at 1,000, while our loss did not exceed 150, according to last accounts.
came across the country on a carriages, wagons, and in anyway they could bring them was Capt Parker connected with Comd. Lynch's fleet and many of the men of the fleet who had escaped. Early on Wednesday morning Comd. Lynch arrived. On FridaLynch arrived. On Friday night, the Commodore finding his ammunition nearly exhausted, sent Capt. Parker with a note to the commanding officer, informing him that he was going to Elizabeth City. Capt. Parker learned from Capt. Taylor at the Pork Point Battery, that up to n had been killed and three wounded, and Capt. Taylor thought they could hold out unless they were turner in the rear. Com. Lynch on his arrival at Elizabeth City dispatched an officer and obtained ammunition enough or two vessels, and on Sunday wenppomattox, Beaufort, and Raleigh had the best machinery, and are probably saved. The others were of little value. Com. Lynch left Cobb's Point with fifty-two officers and men, who have escaped.--But six of his men were killed and three wounded.
Com. Lynch left Cobb's Point with fifty-two officers and men, who have escaped.--But six of his men were killed and three wounded. B. Ham and J. W. Ham, privates in Capt. Jones's company, from Warren county, N. C., and connected with Col. Shaw's 8th N. C. regiment, arrived here on Wednesday night, having escaped from the enemy at Roanoke Island. They represent the fighting as desperate on both sides. Col. Shaw, they say, acted with great coolness and bravery throughout and whenCol. Shaw, they say, acted with great coolness and bravery throughout and when forced to surrender was engaged up to the last moment in spiking the guns. Colonel John V Jordan who was in command on the island, it is said displayed great bravery. Gen. Wharton Green's battalion was captured soon after arriving on the island. Adj't Wise, a nephew of Gen. Wise, was shot through the body and killed. The loss of the enemy all concur in setting down at 1,000, while our loss did not exceed 150, according to last accounts.
saved. The others were of little value. Com. Lynch left Cobb's Point with fifty-two officers and men, who have escaped.--But six of his men were killed and three wounded. B. Ham and J. W. Ham, privates in Capt. Jones's company, from Warren county, N. C., and connected with Col. Shaw's 8th N. C. regiment, arrived here on Wednesday night, having escaped from the enemy at Roanoke Island. They represent the fighting as desperate on both sides. Col. Shaw, they say, acted with great coolness and bravery throughout and when forced to surrender was engaged up to the last moment in spiking the guns. Colonel John V Jordan who was in command on the island, it is said displayed great bravery. Gen. Wharton Green's battalion was captured soon after arriving on the island. Adj't Wise, a nephew of Gen. Wise, was shot through the body and killed. The loss of the enemy all concur in setting down at 1,000, while our loss did not exceed 150, according to last accounts.
istian Sun, of Fleet --the Suffolk says: On Tuesday night, about a persons arrived here from Edenton and Elizabeth City. They came across the country on a carriages, wagons, and in anyway they could bring them was Capt Parker connected with Comd. Lynch's fleet and many of the men of the fleet who had escaped. Early on Wednesday morning Comd. Lynch arrived. On Friday night, the Commodore finding his ammunition nearly exhausted, sent Capt. Parker with a note to the commanding officeComd. Lynch arrived. On Friday night, the Commodore finding his ammunition nearly exhausted, sent Capt. Parker with a note to the commanding officer, informing him that he was going to Elizabeth City. Capt. Parker learned from Capt. Taylor at the Pork Point Battery, that up to that time only one of our men had been killed and three wounded, and Capt. Taylor thought they could hold out unless they were turner in the rear. Com. Lynch on his arrival at Elizabeth City dispatched an officer and obtained ammunition enough or two vessels, and on Sunday went down to Roanoke Island, supposing that they were still fighting. When near the mouth of
Telemachus Taylor (search for this): article 5
ay morning Comd. Lynch arrived. On Friday night, the Commodore finding his ammunition nearly exhausted, sent Capt. Parker with a note to the commanding officer, informing him that he was going to Elizabeth City. Capt. Parker learned from Capt. Taylor at the Pork Point Battery, that up to that time only one of our men had been killed and three wounded, and Capt. Taylor thought they could hold out unless they were turner in the rear. Com. Lynch on his arrival at Elizabeth City dispatched anCapt. Taylor thought they could hold out unless they were turner in the rear. Com. Lynch on his arrival at Elizabeth City dispatched an officer and obtained ammunition enough or two vessels, and on Sunday went down to Roanoke Island, supposing that they were still fighting. When near the mouth of the Pasquatank river he learned that the island had fallen. Roanoke Island is distant from Elizabeth City about 35 miles. After speaking the boats he kept on in hope of saving the men at the flotting battery on the Croatan side. A detachment of the Federal fleet chased them back before distributed his ammunition between his fou
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