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The Daily Dispatch: October 20, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 8. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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derbilt, the latest U. S. ship afloat, is to be sent after the "290" From New Orleans--Federal gunboats repulsed. The New York papers have news from New Orleans to the 7th by the steamship Potomac. An expedition went up the river to Davidsonville on the 1st, to take possession of a lot of cattle which had been sent from Texas for the rebels. The gunboats Sciota, Itasca, and Kineo had, however, already got hold of them, numbering in all 1,600 fine beeves. While passing down the river with this welcome freight a rebel battery about three miles below Davidsonville opened fire on the boats.--The Sciota was repearclay struck, and Lieutenant Swacey killed as were also several men on the other boats. After doing all the damage possible to the Florida, the rebels abandoned the battery. The end of Gen. Stuart's Raid. The Washington Star, of Wednesday afternoon, says: We are sure, from information upon which we we can rely, that after reaching Leesburg on Sunday morn