Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Admiralty Courts” in chapter 33 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.: of prize-money, which is a great incentive to extra exertions in time of war both to officers and men. Blockade-runners were captured in large numbers, and the vessels and cargoes condemned by our Admiralty Courts , without protest from the British Government. There was plenty of timber in the South, and the Southerners could build vessels as fast as Perry did on Lake Erie, but they could not build engines ...
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