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October 28th (search for this): article 1
From Charleston. Charleston, Oct. 28. --The fire on Sumter from Gregg, Wagner, and three monitors, has been incessant since 10 o'clock this morning. The monitors drew off at seven this evening, but Gregg and Wagner are still firing rapidly from 300 pound Parrot guns.--Six hundred and seventy-nine shots have been fired at Sumter, eighty-eight of which have missed. They were nearly all directed at the sea face. No damage of consequence to the fort, but the sea wall is pretty well battered. The fire at Fort Johnson has not been so heavy to-day; some few shots fired on Sullivan's Island. Our batteries keep up a regular fire, making excellent shots, and surpassing the enemy in accuracy. Not a single casualty reported at Forts Sumter, Moultrie, or any of the batteries. There has been no further firing on the city. Some of the shells thrown were picked up and found to be filled with Greek fire. The one which struck the Union Bank fell in a cistern, and the others a
October 29th (search for this): article 1
ty. Some of the shells thrown were picked up and found to be filled with Greek fire. The one which struck the Union Bank fell in a cistern, and the others also in water. Heavy firing is still going on. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Oct. 29. --Batteries Gregg and Wagner kept up a continuous fire on Sumter last night. The monitors took no part during the night. There were no casualties, and Maj. Elliott, commanding, reports all well and in good spirits. There was very little firing from the enemy on the other fortifications. Our batteries kept up a regular fire on Morris Island. One gun at battery Gregg is reported to have been silenced last night by a shot from Moultrie. [third Dispatch.] Charleston, Oct. 29. --The enemy's fire to-day was exceedingly severe, and concentrated altogether on the sea face of Sumter. Seven hundred and seventy nine shots were fired from Gregg and Wagner and two monitors, eighty of which missed. One man was killed at th
From Charleston. Charleston, Oct. 28. --The fire on Sumter from Gregg, Wagner, and three monitors, has been incessant since 10 o'clock this morning. The monitors drew off at seven this evening, but Gregg and Wagner are still firing rapidly from 300 pound Parrot guns.--Six hundred and seventy-nine shots have been fired at Sumter, eighty-eight of which have missed. They were nearly all directed at the sea face. No damage of consequence to the fort, but the sea wall is pretty well batteries kept up a regular fire on Morris Island. One gun at battery Gregg is reported to have been silenced last night by a shot from Moultrie. [third Dispatch.] Charleston, Oct. 29. --The enemy's fire to-day was exceedingly severe, and concentrated altogether on the sea face of Sumter. Seven hundred and seventy nine shots were fired from Gregg and Wagner and two monitors, eighty of which missed. One man was killed at the fort to-day. There is a heavy bombardment still going on.
ultrie, or any of the batteries. There has been no further firing on the city. Some of the shells thrown were picked up and found to be filled with Greek fire. The one which struck the Union Bank fell in a cistern, and the others also in water. Heavy firing is still going on. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Oct. 29. --Batteries Gregg and Wagner kept up a continuous fire on Sumter last night. The monitors took no part during the night. There were no casualties, and Maj. Elliott, commanding, reports all well and in good spirits. There was very little firing from the enemy on the other fortifications. Our batteries kept up a regular fire on Morris Island. One gun at battery Gregg is reported to have been silenced last night by a shot from Moultrie. [third Dispatch.] Charleston, Oct. 29. --The enemy's fire to-day was exceedingly severe, and concentrated altogether on the sea face of Sumter. Seven hundred and seventy nine shots were fired from Gregg
Morris Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
filled with Greek fire. The one which struck the Union Bank fell in a cistern, and the others also in water. Heavy firing is still going on. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Oct. 29. --Batteries Gregg and Wagner kept up a continuous fire on Sumter last night. The monitors took no part during the night. There were no casualties, and Maj. Elliott, commanding, reports all well and in good spirits. There was very little firing from the enemy on the other fortifications. Our batteries kept up a regular fire on Morris Island. One gun at battery Gregg is reported to have been silenced last night by a shot from Moultrie. [third Dispatch.] Charleston, Oct. 29. --The enemy's fire to-day was exceedingly severe, and concentrated altogether on the sea face of Sumter. Seven hundred and seventy nine shots were fired from Gregg and Wagner and two monitors, eighty of which missed. One man was killed at the fort to-day. There is a heavy bombardment still going on.
Sullivan's Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
monitors, has been incessant since 10 o'clock this morning. The monitors drew off at seven this evening, but Gregg and Wagner are still firing rapidly from 300 pound Parrot guns.--Six hundred and seventy-nine shots have been fired at Sumter, eighty-eight of which have missed. They were nearly all directed at the sea face. No damage of consequence to the fort, but the sea wall is pretty well battered. The fire at Fort Johnson has not been so heavy to-day; some few shots fired on Sullivan's Island. Our batteries keep up a regular fire, making excellent shots, and surpassing the enemy in accuracy. Not a single casualty reported at Forts Sumter, Moultrie, or any of the batteries. There has been no further firing on the city. Some of the shells thrown were picked up and found to be filled with Greek fire. The one which struck the Union Bank fell in a cistern, and the others also in water. Heavy firing is still going on. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Oct. 29.
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Runaway Apprehended. --Some time in September, a mulatto boy, about 14 years old, was taken up near Bumpass's turn-out by me. As the jailors of Hanover and Louisa declined receiving him on account of the condition of their jails, I have kept him near me. His hair is nearly straight; says he belongs to Wm Watts, and reports his name Jack. If the owner will pay the cost of this advertisement, and prove his title to the boy, he will be delivered up. John T. Maynard, Near Frederick's Hall, Louisa. oc 30--2t*
Runaway Apprehended. --Some time in September, a mulatto boy, about 14 years old, was taken up near Bumpass's turn-out by me. As the jailors of Hanover and Louisa declined receiving him on account of the condition of their jails, I have kept him near me. His hair is nearly straight; says he belongs to Wm Watts, and reports his name Jack. If the owner will pay the cost of this advertisement, and prove his title to the boy, he will be delivered up. John T. Maynard, Near Frederick's Hall, Louisa. oc 30--2t*
Runaway Apprehended. --Some time in September, a mulatto boy, about 14 years old, was taken up near Bumpass's turn-out by me. As the jailors of Hanover and Louisa declined receiving him on account of the condition of their jails, I have kept him near me. His hair is nearly straight; says he belongs to Wm Watts, and reports his name Jack. If the owner will pay the cost of this advertisement, and prove his title to the boy, he will be delivered up. John T. Maynard, Near Frederick's Hall, Louisa. oc 30--2t*
Runaway Apprehended. --Some time in September, a mulatto boy, about 14 years old, was taken up near Bumpass's turn-out by me. As the jailors of Hanover and Louisa declined receiving him on account of the condition of their jails, I have kept him near me. His hair is nearly straight; says he belongs to Wm Watts, and reports his name Jack. If the owner will pay the cost of this advertisement, and prove his title to the boy, he will be delivered up. John T. Maynard, Near Frederick's Hall, Louisa. oc 30--2t*
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