Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Old Tampa Bay” in chapter 38 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
...A. A. Semmes, in the gun-boat Tahoma (assisted by the Adela), was directed to divert attention from the expedition by shelling the town and fort and to land men under cover of the night at a point in Old Tampa Bay , some distance from the fort, to proceed overland to the point on the Hillsboro River where the blockade-runners lay, and destroy them.
On the date mentioned, the Tahoma and Adela ran in abreast ...
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