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The Daily Dispatch: October 30, 1862., [Electronic resource], Particulars of the fight near Charleston. (search)
e they had killed some sheep, but in the hasty retreat were obliged to leave their plunder. Our troops buried forty of the enemy's dead.--The force that first met the enemy consisted of the Rutledge Mounted Riflemen, Captain Trenholm; Charleston Light Dragoons, Captain Rutledge; Beaufort Volunteer Artillery, Captain Wm. Elliott, and an infantry company, who stubbornly and successfully contested the enemy's advance until the arrival of reinforcements. The others after wards engaged were Nelson's Virginia Battery, Morgan's Squadron of Cavalry, Major Abney's First Battalion of Sharpshooters, consisting of Captain Chisholm's company, Captain Allston's company, and Captain Buist's company. A deserter from one of the blockading steamers off Charleston, arrived in that city on the 27th.--The Courier gives the following report from him: Before be left he was acting as Assistant Quartermaster, and overheard a conversation between Capt. Dennison and another officer on the poop
nd prevents their concentration at any particular point. General McClellan has sent a letter to Governor Bradford, of Maryland, in reply to the communication referring to the services of the army in that State at the recent battle. The General's letter is modest, but warm and appreciative of the flattering terms employed by the Governor towards the Army of the Potomac. Movements in the west. Dispatches from Cincinnati state that Brig. Gen. Jeff. C. Davis, who recently shot Gen. Nelson, at Louisville, has been placed in command of the Union forces in Covington, Ky. Humphrey Marshall is said to be retreating from Mount Sterling towards East Tennessee, with a force of 3,000 men. The Federal troops were in pursuit. Gen. Bragg is moving through Cumberland Gap and Gen. Buell is lying with his main army at Crab Orchard. Money Market. New York, Oct. 22 --P. M.--Virginia 6's 68 to 68½; North Carolina 6's 68½. The Board of Brokers this morning, by a very large maj
n Franklin street, was finally examined and sent on to a called Court to be held on the 3d of November. Dan and Catherine Keys, who were arrested at the instigation of Bridget Canley, who charged them with an assault, were admonished and lot off, it appearing that the disturbance complained of was one of these casual flare-ups that may occur in the best regulated families. Mrs. Catherine Botis was fined two dollars because her son had been found throwing rocks in the street. J. Nelson was fined one dollar and required to give security on the charge of being drunk and disorderly in the street. The case against George Drew, a colored man, for the alleged felonious appropriation of $60, belonging to Wm. H. Major, one year since, was called and continued on account of the absence of witnesses. Wm. S. Mountcalm was required to give security to keep the peace because he had threatened to beat Julius Kracker. T. C. Turner, arraigned on the charge of interfering