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

...rge, made not much difference. Semmes tried in vain to procure the release of his officer, for the United States Government had considerable prestige, and was every day growing more powerful. Mr. Secretary Seward was assuming a determined tone to which foreign powers were forced to listen. After much correspondence the unlucky paymaster was released from confinement and placed on parole as a prisoner-of-war...

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