Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant Chew” in chapter 1.56, section c.1.56.63, page 249 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...d his ship by keeping on. We burned the ship.
An amusing incident I will here relate.
Captain Nichols was very much depressed at the loss of his vessel and was moodily pacing the deck.
It was Lieutenant Chew 's watch.
Chew was a good, kind hearted fellow and he wanted to comfort the poor captain, and approaching said some cheering words.
Poor Captain Nichols was not to be comforted.
Chew, very scien...
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