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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 43: operations of the Mississippi squadron, under Admiral Porter, after the Red River expedition. (search)
emy would be incalculable, and would doubtless deter them from attempting to bring troops, by transports, to points accessible to the city, as White House or Brandon. Respectfully submitted, W. H. Stevens, Colonel Engineers. John A. Williams, Major Engineers. W. G. Turpin, Capt. Engineers. Colonel J. T. Gilmer, Chief Engineer. Official copy. A. L. Rives, Lieutenant-Colonel and Acting-Chief of Bureau. Letter of T. E. Courtenay to Col. H. E. Clark. Richmond, Virginia, Jan. 19, 1864. My Dear Colonel — I hope you have received all my letters. I wrote two to Mobile, one to Columbus, and two to Brandon. I now send this by a party who is going to Shreveport, and promised to learn your whereabouts so as to forward it to you. I have met with much delay and annoyance since you left. The castings have all been completed some time, and the coal is so perfect that the most critical eye could not detect it. The President thinks them perfect, but Mr. Seddon will do not
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 59: (search)
1,098 00 do   Henry Lewis, New London, Water Witch. Schooner Crenshaw 51,016 82 5,192 22 45,824 60 do Dec. 2, 1863 Star (now Monticello). Steamer Calhoun 45,531 00 2,118 16 43,412 40 Philadelphia Dec. 1, 1863 Samuel Rotan, Colorado, Rachel Seaman. Steamer Catalina. 6,095 05 994 04 5,101 01 do May 2, 1863 Alabama, Keystone State. Steamer Cambria and part of cargo 191,424 54 12,383 56 179,040 98 do May 2, 1863 Huron, Augusta. Steamer Calypso. 80,265 03 4,930 10 75,334 93 do Jan. 19, 1864 Florida.   Cotton, 28 bales 2,212 16 446 92 1,765 24 do Jan. 4, 1864 Stars and Stripes, Louisiaua, Hetzel, Delaware, Commodore Perry, Philadelphia, Valley City, Underwriter, Commodore Barney, Southfield, Morse, Hunchback, Lockwood.   Cotton, 30 bales 6,276 05 859 25 5,416 80 do Jan. 4, 1864 Stars and Stripes, Louisiana, Hetzel, Under writer, Morse, Commodore Perry, Southfield, H. Brincker, Delaware, Lockwood, Commodore Barney, Valley City, Hunchback, Philadelphia.   Cargo of 4 c