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The Daily Dispatch: November 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], A card from Miss Joey Guggenheim--she refuses to play on Sunday . (search)
ve been consumed. Several others were destroyed. Latest from Beaufort. A gentleman who left Pocataligo on Sunday morning at seven o'clock, and Beaufort on Saturday afternoon at two o'clock, informs us that there appeared no signs of the enemy's advance on Beaufort up to theBeaufort up to the hour of his leaving the latter place. No information had been received at Pocataligo of the destruction or occupation of the town up to Sundn. The Rutledge Mounted Riflemen started from Pocataligo, for Beaufort, Sunday morning, by order of Gen. Ripley. On his way up from the et a detachment of the St. Helena Mounted Riflemen on their way to Beaufort. Couriers are continually passing between Beaufort and PocataligoBeaufort and Pocataligo. Several of the planters on the Island in the vicinity of Hilton Head and Bay Point had set fire to their cotton to prevent its falling intoCaptain Hartstene were at Pocataligo yesterday. The cizens of Beaufort have all deserted the town — the men for the army and the rest for