Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Wilmington, N. C.” in chapter 59 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
...h flag, and the next she was a Confederate cruiser; but, strange to say, the British colonial courts could not find any law for interfering with such vessels.
The blockade-runner Edith escaped from Wilmington, N. C. , one night in October, 1864, under the name of the Confederate States steamer Chickamauga.
She was armed with a 64-pounder and a 32-pounder, and steering north along the coast destroyed several unf...
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