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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 381 (search)
New York, May 10.--A rigger from New London, Connecticut, who has found employment as such during the winter at Charleston and Wilmington, North Carolina, and in plying as a hand on board a vessel running between those places, called at the Tribune office yesterday morning. He said that he had just arrrived from Wilmington in the schooner which brought the garrison of the Fayetteville arsenal, and that he came to contradict the story sent from Charleston, that no one was killed in the attack on Fort Sumter. He had not seen any late Northern papers, and did not know that any thing had been printed about the hundreds killed at Morris Island and in Fort Moultrie. He was on the Battery at Charleston during the first day of the fight. The news was all the while that nobody was hurt. A number of Northern men were together, and they, doubting this story, agreed to go back and see what they could see during the night. So they went down where the boats came in. At about 10 o'clock