Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Chief Engineer Isherwood” in chapter 2 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

...utter to depend upon. Days went by before anything else was attempted. On the 11th of April Commodore Jas. Alden was ordered to report to Commodore McCauley to take command of the Merrimac, and Chief Engineer Isherwood was sent to Norfolk to get the ship's engines in working order as soon as possible. On the 14th the work was commenced, and on the 17th the engines were in working order — so much for the C...
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