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Hollidays Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
of the retreating foe. His men, too, are said to have fired with great precision and deadly effect. The enemy had not landed any troops at Smithfield at a ate hour Monday night, nor was there a gunboat in Nansemond river, or Pagan or Chuckatuck creeks. The fate of the Flora Temple's crew, as well as that of the Smith Braggs, has probably satisfied Butler for a while. Brigadier General Graham, accompanied by a Lieutenant-Colonel, one Major Pendleton, and 80 marines, landed at Holliday's Point, on the Nansemond river, Sunday at 12 M. They proceeded to arrest every man in Chuckatuck, both white and black, and then at to eating and drinking. The object of the visit was to await the arrival of the Smithfield expedition; but night approaching, and none of their brother pirates appearing, the General and his party began to "smell a mice," and speedily steamed off to Fortress Monroe. Before leaving they released all the prisoners, white and black, except Mr. J. L. Walraven, l
Nansemond River (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
men, and hurried on in pursuit of the retreating foe. His men, too, are said to have fired with great precision and deadly effect. The enemy had not landed any troops at Smithfield at a ate hour Monday night, nor was there a gunboat in Nansemond river, or Pagan or Chuckatuck creeks. The fate of the Flora Temple's crew, as well as that of the Smith Braggs, has probably satisfied Butler for a while. Brigadier General Graham, accompanied by a Lieutenant-Colonel, one Major Pendleton, and 80 marines, landed at Holliday's Point, on the Nansemond river, Sunday at 12 M. They proceeded to arrest every man in Chuckatuck, both white and black, and then at to eating and drinking. The object of the visit was to await the arrival of the Smithfield expedition; but night approaching, and none of their brother pirates appearing, the General and his party began to "smell a mice," and speedily steamed off to Fortress Monroe. Before leaving they released all the prisoners, white and bl
Cherry Grove (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
ose of capturing a number of our pickets, consisting chiefly of members of Major Milligan's signal corps, who had annoyed the enemy considerably on Saturday at Cherry Grove. The Petersburg Express says: On Friday night the gunboat Flora Temple anchored at Cherry Grove, where she remained quiet until 11 A. M., Saturday, whenCherry Grove, where she remained quiet until 11 A. M., Saturday, when she weighed anchor, and steamed up the Chuckatuck as high as Mr. David Corbell's place, where the creek, being so narrow, she made fast on his landing and worked her way around. The Yankees on board were in high glue, laughing, whistling and dancing. Several members of the signal corps who were concealed in the bushes near On Sunday the force already referred to landed at Smithfield for the purpose of capturing the Confederates who had so terribly annoyed the Flora Temple at Cherry Grove on Saturday, but were themselves captured. Of the fight on Monday our informant states that Captain Sturdivant's forces reached Smithfield at half-past 11 o'c
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
ly satisfied Butler for a while. Brigadier General Graham, accompanied by a Lieutenant-Colonel, one Major Pendleton, and 80 marines, landed at Holliday's Point, on the Nansemond river, Sunday at 12 M. They proceeded to arrest every man in Chuckatuck, both white and black, and then at to eating and drinking. The object of the visit was to await the arrival of the Smithfield expedition; but night approaching, and none of their brother pirates appearing, the General and his party began to "smell a mice," and speedily steamed off to Fortress Monroe. Before leaving they released all the prisoners, white and black, except Mr. J. L. Walraven, late of this city, who was taken off to Old Point with them. While at Chuckatuck Gen. Graham boasted of his recent visit to Brandon, and said he had burnt corn and pork enough there to feed the rebel army for a month or two. Graham is the General who was taken prisoner at Gettysburg, but was subsequently exchanged for Gen. Kemper.
nformant states that Captain Sturdivant's forces reached Smithfield at half-past 11 o'clock, having driven the enemy from Scott's Factory, four miles distant. Capt. Sturdivant demanded an immediate and unconditional surrender of all the enemy.--Captarty fell into our hands. We killed of the enemy in all, about thirty five or forty. Ten were killed in the fight at Scott's Factory, four miles from Smithfield. Our loss was two killed, none wounded. One of the killed was Lieut. Perkins, attached to Col. Jordan's 31st N. C. regiment. Lieut. P. was ambushed just as he ascended the hill at Scott's Factory, a ball striking him in the thigh, and evening the main artery. Capt. Lee, commander of the Yankee forces, succeeded in making hiamid a heavy fire, and encouraging his men. On Sunday when the cavalry and artillery were thrown into some confusion near Scott's factory by the enemy, who had secreted themselves behind some old houses, Capt. Sturdivant rode to the front, and by hi
deadly effect. The third shot from Capt. Sturdivant's battery went through the steam chest of the Briggs, and the boat immediately surrendered. The land forces were not slow in following the example of the boat, and thus the entire party fell into our hands. We killed of the enemy in all, about thirty five or forty. Ten were killed in the fight at Scott's Factory, four miles from Smithfield. Our loss was two killed, none wounded. One of the killed was Lieut. Perkins, attached to Col. Jordan's 31st N. C. regiment. Lieut. P. was ambushed just as he ascended the hill at Scott's Factory, a ball striking him in the thigh, and evening the main artery. Capt. Lee, commander of the Yankee forces, succeeded in making his escape by swimming a creek while his guard were in pursuit of other game. A participant in the engagement informs us that Capt. Sturdivant acted in both fights with marked gallantry, sitting calmly on his horse amid a heavy fire, and encouraging his men. On
Sturdivant (search for this): article 10
s captured. Of the fight on Monday our informant states that Captain Sturdivant's forces reached Smithfield at half-past 11 o'clock, having driven the enemy from Scott's Factory, four miles distant. Capt. Sturdivant demanded an immediate and unconditional surrender of all the enemy.th Briggs above in sight, and Capt. Lee refused to surrender. Capt. Sturdivant then opened on them with his artillery, firing down the main ss were rushing to the gunboat. He immediately reported, when Captain Sturdivant advanced rapidly to the creek with his artillery, and at the the Yankees off with most deadly effect. The third shot from Capt. Sturdivant's battery went through the steam chest of the Briggs, and the her game. A participant in the engagement informs us that Capt. Sturdivant acted in both fights with marked gallantry, sitting calmly on the enemy, who had secreted themselves behind some old houses, Capt. Sturdivant rode to the front, and by his gallant bearing and encouraging
rallied the men, and hurried on in pursuit of the retreating foe. His men, too, are said to have fired with great precision and deadly effect. The enemy had not landed any troops at Smithfield at a ate hour Monday night, nor was there a gunboat in Nansemond river, or Pagan or Chuckatuck creeks. The fate of the Flora Temple's crew, as well as that of the Smith Braggs, has probably satisfied Butler for a while. Brigadier General Graham, accompanied by a Lieutenant-Colonel, one Major Pendleton, and 80 marines, landed at Holliday's Point, on the Nansemond river, Sunday at 12 M. They proceeded to arrest every man in Chuckatuck, both white and black, and then at to eating and drinking. The object of the visit was to await the arrival of the Smithfield expedition; but night approaching, and none of their brother pirates appearing, the General and his party began to "smell a mice," and speedily steamed off to Fortress Monroe. Before leaving they released all the prisoners, w
J. L. Walraven (search for this): article 10
bly satisfied Butler for a while. Brigadier General Graham, accompanied by a Lieutenant-Colonel, one Major Pendleton, and 80 marines, landed at Holliday's Point, on the Nansemond river, Sunday at 12 M. They proceeded to arrest every man in Chuckatuck, both white and black, and then at to eating and drinking. The object of the visit was to await the arrival of the Smithfield expedition; but night approaching, and none of their brother pirates appearing, the General and his party began to "smell a mice," and speedily steamed off to Fortress Monroe. Before leaving they released all the prisoners, white and black, except Mr. J. L. Walraven, late of this city, who was taken off to Old Point with them. While at Chuckatuck Gen. Graham boasted of his recent visit to Brandon, and said he had burnt corn and pork enough there to feed the rebel army for a month or two. Graham is the General who was taken prisoner at Gettysburg, but was subsequently exchanged for Gen. Kemper.
The recent fight at Smithfield. It seems that the expedition which landed at Smithfield on Sunday was organized for the purpose of capturing a number of our pickets, consisting chiefly of members of Major Milligan's signal corps, who had annoyed the enemy considerably on Saturday at Cherry Grove. The Petersburg Express says: On Friday night the gunboat Flora Temple anchored at Cherry Grove, where she remained quiet until 11 A. M., Saturday, when she weighed anchor, and steamed up the Chuckatuck as high as Mr. David Corbell's place, where the creek, being so narrow, she made fast on his landing and worked her way around. The Yankees on board were in high glue, laughing, whistling and dancing. Several members of the signal corps who were concealed in the bushes near by waited until the Flora got abreast of them, when they opened upon the invaders, firing at them 80 rounds, and killing and wounding ten or twelve before she could get beyond range. The pilot and wheelsm
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