Statistics for occurrence #1 of “T. G. Corbin” in chapter 34 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
...eputation, impressed me with a higher estimation than ever of his attainments and character.
I had also an opportunity to remark the admirable coolness and discrimination of the first-lieutenant, T. G. Corbin .
The good order, discipline and efficiency, in every respect, of this ship are, to a great extent, the results of his labors as executive officer, and they were conspicuous on this occasion.
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