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ch the Yankees will not descend. It is believed, at all events, that Capt. W. is dead. It will doubtless relieve the minds of the friends of the parties to know the names of Blues who were at Nag's Head, on the sick list a the time of the fight. From a private letter written by E. J. Levy, first sergeant of the company, we learn that ten were sick at that place, and are now safe, namely: E. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and Ed. Halliday. We learn that H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night. The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous. He is believed to be a prisoner. Of the Jackson Guard, it is stated that but one escaped. He was employed in removing ammunition from the Island. A statement was made by a passenger last evening, that Lieut. Miller, of the same company, was wounded in the hand, not dangerously, and taken prisoner. There are other rumors
It will doubtless relieve the minds of the friends of the parties to know the names of Blues who were at Nag's Head, on the sick list a the time of the fight. From a private letter written by E. J. Levy, first sergeant of the company, we learn that ten were sick at that place, and are now safe, namely: E. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and Ed. Halliday. We learn that H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night. The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous. He is believed to be a prisoner. Of the Jackson Guard, it is stated that but one escaped. He was employed in removing ammunition from the Island. A statement was made by a passenger last evening, that Lieut. Miller, of the same company, was wounded in the hand, not dangerously, and taken prisoner. There are other rumors connected with the affair but as they lack confirmation, we decase to make them public.
Robert Ralston (search for this): article 1
cend. It is believed, at all events, that Capt. W. is dead. It will doubtless relieve the minds of the friends of the parties to know the names of Blues who were at Nag's Head, on the sick list a the time of the fight. From a private letter written by E. J. Levy, first sergeant of the company, we learn that ten were sick at that place, and are now safe, namely: E. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and Ed. Halliday. We learn that H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night. The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous. He is believed to be a prisoner. Of the Jackson Guard, it is stated that but one escaped. He was employed in removing ammunition from the Island. A statement was made by a passenger last evening, that Lieut. Miller, of the same company, was wounded in the hand, not dangerously, and taken prisoner. There are other rumors connected with the affair b
E. J. Levy (search for this): article 1
elieved, at all events, that Capt. W. is dead. It will doubtless relieve the minds of the friends of the parties to know the names of Blues who were at Nag's Head, on the sick list a the time of the fight. From a private letter written by E. J. Levy, first sergeant of the company, we learn that ten were sick at that place, and are now safe, namely: E. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and EE. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and Ed. Halliday. We learn that H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night. The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous. He is believed to be a prisoner. Of the Jackson Guard, it is stated that but one escaped. He was employed in removing ammunition from the Island. A statement was made by a passenger last evening, that Lieut. Miller, of the same company, was wounded in the hand, not dangerously, and taken prisoner. There are other rumors connected with the affair but as they lac
Martha Jane Miller (search for this): article 1
It will doubtless relieve the minds of the friends of the parties to know the names of Blues who were at Nag's Head, on the sick list a the time of the fight. From a private letter written by E. J. Levy, first sergeant of the company, we learn that ten were sick at that place, and are now safe, namely: E. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and Ed. Halliday. We learn that H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night. The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous. He is believed to be a prisoner. Of the Jackson Guard, it is stated that but one escaped. He was employed in removing ammunition from the Island. A statement was made by a passenger last evening, that Lieut. Miller, of the same company, was wounded in the hand, not dangerously, and taken prisoner. There are other rumors connected with the affair but as they lack confirmation, we decase to make them public.
Henry D. Burr (search for this): article 1
the names of Blues who were at Nag's Head, on the sick list a the time of the fight. From a private letter written by E. J. Levy, first sergeant of the company, we learn that ten were sick at that place, and are now safe, namely: E. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and Ed. Halliday. We learn that H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night. The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous. H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night. The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous. He is believed to be a prisoner. Of the Jackson Guard, it is stated that but one escaped. He was employed in removing ammunition from the Island. A statement was made by a passenger last evening, that Lieut. Miller, of the same company, was wounded in the hand, not dangerously, and taken prisoner. There are other rumors connected with the affair but as they lack confirmation, we decase to make them public.
William W. Landrum (search for this): article 1
of such an act of barbarity as this; but there is no dept of to which the Yankees will not descend. It is believed, at all events, that Capt. W. is dead. It will doubtless relieve the minds of the friends of the parties to know the names of Blues who were at Nag's Head, on the sick list a the time of the fight. From a private letter written by E. J. Levy, first sergeant of the company, we learn that ten were sick at that place, and are now safe, namely: E. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and Ed. Halliday. We learn that H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night. The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous. He is believed to be a prisoner. Of the Jackson Guard, it is stated that but one escaped. He was employed in removing ammunition from the Island. A statement was made by a passenger last evening, that Lieut. Miller, of the same company, was wounded in the ha
George I. Lumpkin (search for this): article 1
barbarity as this; but there is no dept of to which the Yankees will not descend. It is believed, at all events, that Capt. W. is dead. It will doubtless relieve the minds of the friends of the parties to know the names of Blues who were at Nag's Head, on the sick list a the time of the fight. From a private letter written by E. J. Levy, first sergeant of the company, we learn that ten were sick at that place, and are now safe, namely: E. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and Ed. Halliday. We learn that H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night. The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous. He is believed to be a prisoner. Of the Jackson Guard, it is stated that but one escaped. He was employed in removing ammunition from the Island. A statement was made by a passenger last evening, that Lieut. Miller, of the same company, was wounded in the hand, not dangerous
Lewis Trueheart (search for this): article 1
; but there is no dept of to which the Yankees will not descend. It is believed, at all events, that Capt. W. is dead. It will doubtless relieve the minds of the friends of the parties to know the names of Blues who were at Nag's Head, on the sick list a the time of the fight. From a private letter written by E. J. Levy, first sergeant of the company, we learn that ten were sick at that place, and are now safe, namely: E. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and Ed. Halliday. We learn that H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night. The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous. He is believed to be a prisoner. Of the Jackson Guard, it is stated that but one escaped. He was employed in removing ammunition from the Island. A statement was made by a passenger last evening, that Lieut. Miller, of the same company, was wounded in the hand, not dangerously, and taken pris
James Beckman Charles (search for this): article 1
ept of to which the Yankees will not descend. It is believed, at all events, that Capt. W. is dead. It will doubtless relieve the minds of the friends of the parties to know the names of Blues who were at Nag's Head, on the sick list a the time of the fight. From a private letter written by E. J. Levy, first sergeant of the company, we learn that ten were sick at that place, and are now safe, namely: E. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and Ed. Halliday. We learn that H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night. The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous. He is believed to be a prisoner. Of the Jackson Guard, it is stated that but one escaped. He was employed in removing ammunition from the Island. A statement was made by a passenger last evening, that Lieut. Miller, of the same company, was wounded in the hand, not dangerously, and taken prisoner. There are
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