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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 17 1 Browse Search
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n Savannah, Georgia. They belonged to the 46th New York regiment, and are all Germans but one. It appears that a number of the enemy, said to be between sixty and seventy men, were landed on Wilmington Island. Our men waited their approach, and when within range opened fire on them. One German was killed, another mortally wounded, and thirteen were captured, as above stated. The lieutenants and the remainder of the men effected their escape. On our side, but one man was wounded — Isaac Newton Brown of the 18th Georgia regiment--supposed mortally. The Republican obtains from prisoners the following: They deny that they were drafted, and say they volunteered from sheer necessity. They are nearly all mechanics and laborers and they were forced to go into the army for a support. By way of inducement, they were promised that their families should be cared for, but thus far the latter have received nothing except the small earnings forwarded by themselves. They were worked ha
For hire --By the month or for the remainder of the year, a very good Washer and Ironer. She has a child six years old with her. On accoun of this enoumbrance she will be hired low. Apply Brown & McCLELLAND On the Basin mh28--3w