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The Daily Dispatch: October 29, 1862., [Electronic resource] 14 0 Browse Search
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, then he would send a reinforcement, and telegraph the commanding officer (Major Anderson) of Fort Moultrie to hold the forts (Moultrie and Sumter) against attack." . "Saturday night, December 13, 1860." December 28.--Again, after Major Anderson had gallantly and wisely thrown his handful of men from Fort Moultrie to Foighting their way by the batteries, (Increasing in strength daily,) or that Maj. Anderson should be left to ameliorate his condition by the muzzles of his guns — tha having been pronounced, from the change of circumstances, impracticable by Major Anderson, Captain Foster, (Chief Engineer) and all the other officers of the fort, a concurring in that opinion, I did not hesitate to advise (March 12th) that Major Anderson be instructed to evacuate the fort, so long gallantly held by him and his cts with garrisons to be on the alert against surprises and sudden assaults (Major Anderson was not among the admonished, being already straitly beleaguered) Janu
examining his teeth; the tip end of one of the fore fingers is cut off, (left hand, I think,) leaving a very small portion of nail, which is thickish and pointed. He is of a lively manner, and inclined to be very communicative and forward in manner. He was seen in Winchester about a week ago. He spoke to a gentleman from Richmond and said he belonged to me, and was there with his young master. I feel sure he has hired himself to some of the soldiers as a free boy. Also, about the same time, Sandy. He is about 32 years old, tall and trim, speaks rather slow and broad, and is respectful in manner. He is an excellent waiting man and driver. It is likely he is employed in one or the other capacity in the army. Complexion somewhat light. He has a wife and children at Mrs. Jeremiah Hobbs's, in Manchester. I will pay $50 for either of them, delivered to me, near Hampden Sidney College, or lodged in jail so I may get either of them. oc 29--2aw4w* P. H. Anderson. M. D.