Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Acting-Master R. J. Hoffner” in chapter 38 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

...t the United States bark Amanda, for the purpose of proceeding to the Ocklockonnee River, to cut out the schooner Forward, supposed to be loaded with cotton. The expedition was under the charge of Acting-Master R. J. Hoffner , and consisted of two boats and twenty-seven men, with a boat howitzer. Great difficulty was encountered in finding the mouth of the river, and the boats constantly grounded on oyster beds, over ...
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