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The Daily Dispatch: March 23, 1863., [Electronic resource], From Port Royal — a Chapter about the Monitors. (search)
benefit of the rebels, prevent my giving your readers a full description of the iron-clads now in these waters. Our antagonists have shown an amount of prudence and inventive capacity in this war for which few were, until lately, disposed to credit them; and although it is almost an impossibility to imagine any engine of destruction more nearly perfect in all that constitutes offensive and defensive strength than our Monitors, yet a chance remains of the enemy's discovering a Roland for our Oliver, and meeting us with tricks which have not been foreseen in our calculations. Hitherto what they have not prescribed themselves, or have failed to invent they have obtained from the sympathy or cupidity of Muropsaus; and we may rest satisfied that nothing would cause greater satisfaction our revilers across the Atlantic than to see our iron fleet worsted and suns in the harbors of our Southern ports — The time cannot be far distant, however, when this check of will be removed, and the tri
The Daily Dispatch: March 23, 1863., [Electronic resource], The late Yankee raid in North Alabama. (search)
Arrests. --The city police on Saturday arrested Oliver, slave of the Confederate States, and Allen, slave of Spolts & Harvey, on the charge of stealing a roll of cloth, worth $100, from a Government storehouse. Before Alderman Clopton, yesterday, Henry London Feast gave $200 bail to appear before the Mayor to be examined for "foreing himself in the Theatre without a ticket, and refusing to leave."