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

...teamer. The Iroquois was superior in every respect to the Sumter, and Semmes had not the slightest idea of getting within range of her guns, if he could help it. On November 13, the Sumter left Port de France and anchored off St. Pierre, and a day or two later the Iroquois appeared off the harbor, and sent a boat ashore to the United States consul, after which she steamed outside and kept up a steady bloc...

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