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The New Orleans Christian Advocate has suspended publication. Billy Wilson has applied for a patent for his newly-invented flag of truce. Col. Marshall, of the 7th Maine regiment, died in Baltimore on Friday last.
The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1861., [Electronic resource], Important correspondence — resignation of General Walker. (search)
h, from Northern correspondents and newspaper comments, universally concur in representing the disaster to the Federal arms at Leesburg, as of the most appalling character, and as having inflicted upon them a castigation which, doubtless, they will be long in forgetting. Full particulars from a Federal Source. The following is the description given of the fight at Santa Rosa by a Yankee correspondent: About half-past 3 o'clock on the morning of the 9th inst., the enemy attacked Wilson's Zonaves in force. Company E, Third Infantry, Capt. Hildt, and twenty- seven men of company A, First artillery, Lieut, Taylor, 83 men, all under command of Maj. Vogdes, sailed from the fort and met the enemy at some distance above Camp Brown. In the first attack of the regulars Maj. Vogdes was taken prisoner. Capt. Hildt assumed command immediately, engaged and repulsed the enemy. Soon after Maj. Arnold advanced to the assistance of Capt. Hildt, and the united commands proceeded until t