Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant Dixon” in chapter 2.10, section c.2.10.38, page 153 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 5.:

...t, and, rising to the surface beyond, continue its course, thus bringing the floating torpedo against the vessel's side, when it would be discharged by a trigger contrived to go off by the contact. Lieutenant Dixon made repeated descents in the harbor of Charleston, diving under the naval receiving ship which lay at anchor there. But one day when he was absent from the city Mr. 1I:unley, unfortunately, wishin...

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