Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel Gibbes” in chapter 1.53 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...mous blockade runners, and made 60 trips before a single vessel was attacked.
However, pilots were paid fabulous prices, and a captain received $5,000 in gold for each trip).
Arrived at Nassau, Colonel Gibbes spent a month waiting to get over to Liverpool.
When he arrived at the latter place, he conferred with James Spence, an Englishman, financial agent of the Confederacy.
For several weeks they work...
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