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The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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barges, riddled by shot, have been seen floating about, capsized, many believe that the enemy's loss was much greater. It is rumored that the naval officer named Meade, who was captured, is a son of Gen. Meade, the successor of Hooker. On our side there was no casualty of any kind during the fight. We captured in all 115 meGen. Meade, the successor of Hooker. On our side there was no casualty of any kind during the fight. We captured in all 115 men belonging to the U. S. Navy, or Marine Corps. Amongst them were the following officers: E. P. Williams, commanding gunboat Wissahickon. Robt. L. Meade, Lt. U. S. Marines. C. P. Hovey, Master Mate U. S. steamer Powhatan. Benjamin H. Porter, Ensign U. S. frigate New Ironsides. Edwin T. Brewer, Lieut. U. S.Robt. L. Meade, Lt. U. S. Marines. C. P. Hovey, Master Mate U. S. steamer Powhatan. Benjamin H. Porter, Ensign U. S. frigate New Ironsides. Edwin T. Brewer, Lieut. U. S. sloop-of-war Housatonic. Lieut. S. W. Preston, U. S. Admiral Flagship Philadelphia. Lieut. Geo. C. Roamey, gunboat Canandaigua. Ensign S. C. McCanley, gunboat Canandaigua. Lieut. Chas. H. Bradford, U. S. Marines wounded. E. G. Dayton, Executive Officer on board the gunboat Wissahickon. The prisoners re