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The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], The capture of Yankees at Smithfield — further Particulars. (search)
panies of the 31st N. C. cavalry, a party of the 7th cavalry, and Sturdivant's battery — the whole being under the command of Capt. N. A. Sturhe wharf in Smithfield, pursued by our forces, which consisted of Sturdivant's battery of four guns, two companies of infantry from the 31st Nthe 7th independent cavalry, the whole under the command of Capt. N. A. Sturdivant. The gunboat, which proved to be the Smith Briggs, had beebattery, numbering two guns. Upon reaching Smithfield, Capt, Sturdivant sent in a white flag demanding the unconditional surrender of the refused to surrender, but requested a personal interview with Capt. Sturdivant, this Capt. S. refused, and sent a message back, that he wouldharf, and scattered about the gunboat, and the first shot from Capt. Sturdivant's battery wounded several. The second shot passed through the But they were several hours too late, as no time was lost by Capt. Sturdivant, after the surrender, in destroying the gunboat and securing t