Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain James D. Bulloch” in chapter 1.56, section c.1.56.63, page 238 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

...l the difficulties and counteracting efforts would admit of. To select the wrong man meant foreign entanglements, prejudice of cause and failure. For this work the Confederate Government selected Captain James D. Bulloch , formerly an officer in the United States Navy, from Georgia, who, when the war began, commanded a merchant steamer running between New York and a Southern port. They might have searched the world ...
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