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

...oods as the above would burn the ships of non-combatants? The Neapolitan was no sooner on fire than the Sumter started in pursuit of the other vessel, which proved to be the bark Investigator, of Searsport, Maine . The cargo being clearly the property of neutrals, the vessel, after giving a ransom-bond, was allowed to proceed on her course. Commander Semmes had now to be somewhat careful of seizing neutr...
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