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The Daily Dispatch: August 18, 1864., [Electronic resource], Ran away from my farm, at the Half-way House (search)
nd — that pass leading into Pascagoula sound and the lakes in the direction of New Orleans. Fort Powell is about three-quarters of a mile from the main land at Cedar Point, and at low water is fordable. It was by this easy route that its garrison escaped. If there had been no ford, it is probable that Fort Powell would still be fields,) to for bid the enemy gaining any advantage in their approach to this city. The Tribune says: We learn from a citizen who arrived from Cedar Point yesterday afternoon that the beach in that neighborhood is literally lined with fragments of the ships engaged in the late fight — timbers, spars, &c., &c. A gettles, with most of the liquor out of them, were also picked up. The fleet seemed to be busily engaged in repairing damages. There were no vessels this side of Cedar Point when he left that locality. It is his opinion that the fleet is more seriously injured than is generally supposed. Commander Ebenezer Farrand has taken c