Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Puerto Cabello” in chapter 47 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
...e harbor than an American vessel was sighted.
In less than an hour the Sumter came up with the bark Joseph Maxwell, of Philadelphia.
Half her cargo was the property of a neutral doing business in Puerto Cabello ; and here again Semmes was in a dilemma.
Leaving the bark outside the marine league, Semmes returned in the Sumter to Puerto Cabello and sent another letter to the Governor informing him of the cap...
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