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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter
: career of the 16 Anglo-Confederate pirates.--closing of the Port of Mobile — political affairs. (search)
Another Alabama Regiment. --We have been informed that Capt. Robert P. Blount, of Sumter, Ala., has been authorized by the War Department to raise, arm and equip a regiment to serve for twelve months. The regiment will be armed with shot-guns and rifles, and will be attached to the brigade of Gen. L. P. Walker, who will then have the regiments of Cols. Thos. H. Watts, Thos. J. Judge, Edward C. Bullock, the cavalry regiment of Cal. James Clanter and the shot-gun regiment of Colonel Blount. Colonel Blount has seen service. He was, when quite a boy, actively engaged in the Texan revolution. In 1845 he joined the Rangers and served during the Mexican war. Last spring he raised a company and was in the 6th Alabama regiment at Manassas, and only resigned when, a few days ago, he received authority to raise a regiment. Mr. Engene M'Caa, a member of the Davis Artillery, now encamped in this city, will join Col. Blount. Mr. M'Caa has for several years been connected with the p
The Daily Dispatch: September 28, 1861., [Electronic resource], Killed by his horse. (search)
Killed by his horse. --Mr. R. L. McCrutchen, a highly esteemed citizen of Sumter, Ala., was killed by his horse, on Thursday evening last, while returning from his gin house to his residence. He was thrown and trampled by the animal.