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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 10: naval engagement at South-West pass.--the Gulf blockading squadron in November, 1861. (search)
an attack on Fort McRae and its defences with the Niagara and Richmond, while Fort Pickens was to open on the Confederate batteries with its guns. It was time something should be attempted in this quarter, for from April 16th up to this time (Nov. 22d) nothing had been Capture of the privateer Royal Yacht by a volunteer crew from the frigate Santee, under command of Lieut. James E. Jouett. done to show that there was any hostile feeling between the Federal and Confederate forces at Pensacolht have had the good effect of driving the Confederates out of their works some time sooner; but from April 17, 1861, when Fort Pickens was reinforced with men and guns and made strong enough to resist any attack from the Pensacola side, up to November 22d of the same year, not a movement had been made by our Army or Navy to check the work of the Confederates in building earthworks and mounting guns. It is more than possible that this work could have been arrested if proper steps had been tak