Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Caribbean Sea” in chapter 47 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
...head-lands three or four miles apart, as was conclusively proven in this instance.
Finding that the Federal cruisers were getting on his track, the commander of the Sumter determined to leave the Caribbean Sea and cross the Atlantic.
On his way Semmes captured and destroyed the Arcadia, Vigilant and Ebenezer Dodge, making the total number of captures by the Sumter fourteen.
Semmes had done as well fo...
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