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The Daily Dispatch: June 30, 1863., [Electronic resource], Gen. Toomer on the State of the country. (search)
Judge Lyons held his Court yesterday, but disposed of no criminal business of importance, owing to the absence of witnesses in the cause set for trial.
From Port Hudson. Osyka, June 27. --We have had a copious rain here. A courier from Gen. Loring reports nothing new from Port Hudson. A gentleman from New Orleans says it is reported that the Federal lost 5,000 in the fight at Port Hudson last Friday. A private letter from New Orleans reports the yellow fever prevailing there. [second Dispatch] Osyka, June 27. --Heavy firing was heard at Port Hudson last night. No particulars received. [third Dispatch.] Osyka, June 28 h. --A gentleman from Clinton reports that Lyons is on the alert for marauders. He keeps Grierson in check. Banks and the fleet are still "pegging away at Port Hudson."
Three hundred Dollars reward --Will be paid for the apprehension of my boy Billy. He is a mulatto of delicate frame and slightly swelling face. He is a good cook. I think it not improbable that he has gone to South Carolina, where his father resides with the Rev. Mr. Reynolds. James Lyons. [je 25--3t*]