Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Isaac Smith” in chapter 2.10, section c.2.10.38, page 152 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 5.:
...rtant branch of the military service.
After a captivity of many months in Forts Lafayette and Warren, Glassel and Sullivan were finally exchanged for the captain and a sailor of the Federal steamer Isaac Smith , a heavily-armed gunboat which was captured in the Stono river, with its entire crew of one hundred and thirty officers and men, by a surprise I had prepared, with field artillery only, placed in am...
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