Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant Commander Shirk” in chapter 25 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

...ted back out of the enemy's range. In this attack, all the gun-boats were beautifully handled and not much injured; the success of the-afternoon gave good promise for the morrow. The Lexington, Lieutenant Commander Shirk , held a position 400 yards below the forts, and although pretty well cut up had no casualties. General McClernand's report that General Sherman had arrived in the rear of the works with his troop...
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