Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Trinidad de Cuba” in chapter 47 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

...o American brigantines. The Sumter hoisted the Confederate flag, ran alongside and captured the vessels, both of which were loaded with sugar and molasses belonging to neutrals, and both bound from Trinidad de Cuba to English ports. These vessels Semmes did not venture to burn, but taking them in tow he steamed for Cienfuegos, in order to test the disposition of the Spanish authorities towards the Confederacy...
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