Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Flag-officer Goldsborough” in chapter 35 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
...he town of Jacksonville and his gallant defence of the Ellis.
capture of Fort Macon by the Army and Navy.
surrender of Yorktown, May 5, 1862.
co-operation of the Navy.
attack on Sewell's Point by Flag-officer Goldsborough .
evacuation of Sewell's Point and Craney Island.
Merrimac blown up by the Confederates, June 11.
Susquehanna, Seminole and Dakota anchor before Norfolk.
the retreating enemy set fire to the Navy ...
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