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The Daily Dispatch: July 22, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ut of 8, all that she had on board. The prisoners were then sent on board the V. H. Hill, with some provisions; they were obliged to remain on deck the whole time, as the schooner had no spare accommodation below. We subjoin such particulars in reference to the three large ships captured and destroyed as we could obtain from their respective crews. The names of the vessels were the Southern Cress, the Red Gauntlet, and the B. Hoxie. The ship Southern Cross, 990 tons burthen, Capt. Banj. Howes. of Boston, Mass., from the Pacific side of Mexico, where she left on the 21st March, bound to New York, Isden with logwood, was fallen in with by the Florida on the 6th of June, 1 deg. 15min. South of the line, 36 dog. W. long., and after the Captain, his wife, three mates, and crew, numbering 20., had been removed from her she was set on fire and destroyed. The Captain of the Florida did not fire at the Southern Cross, as he saw a lady on deck. Capt Howes, his wife, and office