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The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], The raid into Southwestern Virginia--depredations of the enemy. (search)
lacing the captured steamer Chesapeake at as many different places. The leading parties who captured her are said to be Osborne, a well known coast pilot, Col. Braine, Lieut. H. A. Parr, and Lieut. D. Collins, and Sallingmaster D. Robinson. The Can going ahead at her own will, the engines at their usual speed, and the helm still remaining in charge of the helmsman, Osborne now took charge of the vessel put her on her course, and ordered the body of Schaffer to be thrown overboard and sunk bye steamer was stopped, and a boat came alongside, bringing a man who gave his name as Smith. This fellow conferred with Osborne and his clates, and then returned to the pilot boat. Now "John Parker," former commander of the privateer Retribution, came on board and assumed sole command, leaving Osborne — who had been kicking his pirate craw unkindly a little while before — out in the cold. After Parker came on board the pilot-boat was taken in tow, Smith still being on board of the pilo