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The Daily Dispatch: April 6, 1864., [Electronic resource], A
Yankee steamer Brown up by a torpedo in Florida. (search)
A Yankee steamer Brown up by a torpedo in Florida. --The following is the official telegram relative to the blowing up of the Yankee steamer near Jacksonville, Fla., Camp Milton, Fla., April 1. To Gen. Thomas Jordan: General — A large, double stack, side-wheel steamer is sunk opposite the mouth of Doctor's Dake, fifteen miles above Jacksonville. She is supposed to be the Maple Leaf. She exploded a torpedo at 4 o'clock this morning. Particulars not known. Patten Anderson, Major General Commanding.