Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Jack Matthews” in chapter 14 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

...he first shot into the enemy's breastworks. And here I must record the fact, in justice to the memory of a brave man, who lost his life in that engagement, that the honor of that shot belonged to Jack Matthews , captain of the No. 2 gun. Jack was an old tar, who had seen much service on men-of-war in both the English and American navies, and was always restive under the command of a volunteer officer. Ja...
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