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The Daily Dispatch: October 30, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Ga. or Miss. R., Capt. Rhodes's John Mahoney, 1st Fla., Capt. Cripp's Larkin Nickles, 1st Fla., Capt. Cripp's Benj. F. Parker, 1st Fla., Capt. Baker's; T. Bond, 1st Fla.; R. L. Hale, 1st Fla.;C. F. Hollyman, 1st Fla.; John Jarvis, 1st Fla.; J. J. H. Patterson, 1st Fla.; S. Yager Finley, 1st Fla.; Wm. Mauldin, 10th Miss., Capt.Peake's; H. Destringer, 10th Miss, Capt. McKeever's; Daniel Jones, La. Infy; Frank Passent, La. infy; G. W. Clark, Ga. or Miss. R., severely wounded; Everett, dead; John Godley, Fla. One man dead on the Island — unknown. We have learned that our prisoners all sailed on the 16th, we know not where, but probably for New York or the Tortugas. The wounded and sick in our hospitals are all slowly but gradually improving. The ladies are ceaseless in their efforts to reader endurable their misfortunes by battle and camp. The old dry dock, or rather its remains, I am told, floated off Friday night during a very high tide, and now lies precisely where it
x, H. C. Jones J. M. L. Jones, Georgia and Mississippi Regiments, Capt. Rhodes; John Mahony, Largin Nichols, Benjamin F. Parker, Captain H. H. Baker, S. Yerger Finley T. Bond R. L. Hale, C. F. Hollyman, John Jarvis, Joshua J. H. Patterson, First Florida Regiment, Capt. Cropp; Wm. Mauldin, H. Deshinger, McKeever, Tenth Mississippi Regiment, Capt. Peake; Daniel Jones, Frank Peasant, Louisiana Infantry; G. W. Clark, severely wounded. --Everett, (dead since,) Georgia and Mississippi Regiment; John Godley, Florida Regiment. Letter from a Yankee Colonel. Reference has been made in this paper to a breach of the treaty between Col. McGuirk, of the Seventeenth Mississippi, and Col. Vaughn, of the Federal army, in respect to the burial of the dead, and the apology which was afterwards sent. The following is a copy of the letter. It will be observed that the document contains a recognition of the Confederate States army: Motto.--our flag for the whole country. Headquarters 19th