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me place and hour on Monday evening. Notice being given that the body of Capt. Wise would arrive at the Petersburg Depot by the night train, a resolution was ado Capitol. It was also resolved that the members of the meeting would attend Captain Wise's funeral in a body. Captain William L. Maule and Lieutenant J. A. Scott were appointed a committee to make suitable arrangements for Captain Wise's funeral, on the part of the Masonic fraternity. Colonel Munford offered a preamble and series of resolutions in reference to the death of Captain Wise, which will appear hereafter. Note--The body of Capt. Wise duly arrived at the time indicatedCapt. Wise duly arrived at the time indicated in the above notice. The remains of Captain Coles, of the Albemarle infantry, Killed in the same action, arrived at the same time. The hearses containing the bodie procession-moved slowly to the sound of pl intive music to the State House. Captain Wise's funeral will take place to-morrow (sunday) morning at 11 o'clock. The rema
The Daily Dispatch: February 15, 1862., [Electronic resource], The enemy in North Carolina--his movements and Designs. (search)
ight from Suffolk, Virginia. There and at the Riack Water he saw persons who had been at Roanoke, among others Captain Stigail, commissary or quartermaster of Col. Jordan's regiment. Captain S. left Roanoke about one o'clock on Saturday in a sail boat. He arrived at Elizabeth City that night, and even up to the time of his arrival he heard firing, although the battle was no doubt over long before night. Capt. Stigall says the company that suffered most was that under command of Capt. Wise, of Richmond, Va., which company was stationed as a picket, below the lowest battery, and at the point where the Zouave regiment from New York mace a landing. They sustained a terrible hand-to-hand conflict with this whole regiment and were cut up almost to a man. When Capt. Stigall came away he did go in pursuance of the orders of Col. Shave who told him to save all the public property he could; and he carried away all the papers, orders, and other portable matters. At Suffolk
From General Wise's command — the losses at Roanoke Island. Lt. Col. Claiborn, of the Independent North Carolina Regiment, commanded by Col. Green, which was captured on Roanoke Island, arrived here last night. He left Gen. Wire's camp in Currs) of the enemy appeared of the month of the Albemarle and Currituck canal, and fired a few cannon shots at the camp of Gen. Wise, then at the bridge a mile or so distant. The General deemed it proper to withdraw toward Currituck Court-House, as helag of truce steamer went over to Roanoke Island, and returned to Norfolk on Thursday evening, bringing the bodies of Captains Wise and Coles, and Lieut. selden, accompanied by Dr. Cole, Surgeon of the Wise Legion, released on parole.-- Capt. W. died the morning after the fight. The bodies of Capt. Wise and Capt. Coles reached this city last evening, and were received at the depot with the respect due the memory of heroes who fall in a glorious sense. We have received from Lieut. R.