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The Daily Dispatch: August 24, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 22, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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egiment, wounded. John Ryan. Twenty-seventh Regiment, wounded badly. Patrick Quinn, Twenty-seventh Regiment, died of wounds. Thomas Emmett, Thirty-third Regiment, badly wounded. John Hefferman, Thirty-third Regiment, badly wounded. K. G. Holland, Goochland, (Captain Lacy's Company,) sick. North Carolina Sixth Regiment. Harmon Sears, Company I, wounded. S. A. Hinton, Company I, sick. Wm. Shambly, Company B, wounded. W. P. Mangum, Company H, died of wounds. David Roberts, Company H, wounded. Simeon Carrington, Company H, wounded. Thos. S. Ollis, Company D, sick. W. P. White, Company F, wounded badly. John Davis, Company B, died of wounds. Hiram Vicers, Company C, sick. Wm. R. Vicers, Company C, wounded. E. W. Picetts, Company C, wounded. A. C. Parrish, Company H, sick. W. R. Owens, Company E, wounded. Lindsay Dancy, Company E, wounded badly. Spencer B. Freeman, Company B, wounded. A. S. Glenn, Company B, wounded. James H.
onsidered to be far off. The ship Great Western has finally quitted Liverpool for New York, taking with her a large number of the alleged Federal recruits and the agents who engaged them. The law officers of the Crown did not see sufficient ground for legal proceeding. The case of the Rappahannock has been fixed for the 5th of December, before the Queen's Bench. The Times "city article" replies to Mr. Cobden's remarks on the American finances, and justifies its own predictions. David Roberts, the artist, is dead. The Paris Constitutionnel has published a paragraph warning against pirates and corsairs. It is supposed to have reference to the alleged letter of marque stated to have been granted by Juarez. The Opinione Nationale attacks the Constitutionnel for the warning, and taunts it with having upheld the Alabama, Florida, etc. It charges the Constitutionnel with changing its opinions, now that French commerce may be jeoparded by similar cruisers.