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Bluffton (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 11
Movements of the enemy on our Southern coast--Pinckney Island in their possession. The Charleston Courier, of the 15th, has a dispatch from Bluffton, S. C., dated the 14th, inst., which we copy below: The enemy are in possession of Pinckney Island. They have seized all of the able bodied men on the plantations and carried them on board the fleet. This has created a panic among the others who are anxious to get away, but are prevented by force. The enemy have made no attempt as yet to land on the main. Yesterday our pickets at Buckingham were fired upon by a party in a launch at long tow without effect. We have not been able to ascertain their force, but it is represented by the negroes to be large.
Pinckney Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 11
Movements of the enemy on our Southern coast--Pinckney Island in their possession. The Charleston Courier, of the 15th, has a dispatch from Bluffton, S. C., dated the 14th, inst., which we copy below: The enemy are in possession of Pinckney Island. They have seized all of the able bodied men on the plantations and carried them on board the fleet. This has created a panic among the others who are anxious to get away, but are prevented by force. The enemy have made no attempt asssion of Pinckney Island. They have seized all of the able bodied men on the plantations and carried them on board the fleet. This has created a panic among the others who are anxious to get away, but are prevented by force. The enemy have made no attempt as yet to land on the main. Yesterday our pickets at Buckingham were fired upon by a party in a launch at long tow without effect. We have not been able to ascertain their force, but it is represented by the negroes to be large.
Buckingham (search for this): article 11
Movements of the enemy on our Southern coast--Pinckney Island in their possession. The Charleston Courier, of the 15th, has a dispatch from Bluffton, S. C., dated the 14th, inst., which we copy below: The enemy are in possession of Pinckney Island. They have seized all of the able bodied men on the plantations and carried them on board the fleet. This has created a panic among the others who are anxious to get away, but are prevented by force. The enemy have made no attempt as yet to land on the main. Yesterday our pickets at Buckingham were fired upon by a party in a launch at long tow without effect. We have not been able to ascertain their force, but it is represented by the negroes to be large.