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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 33: (search)
-Master, S. N. Freeman; Acting-Master's Mates, F. W. Towne, John Gunn and F. E. Daggett. Schooner Norfolk Packet. Acting-Ensign, G. W. Wood; Assistant-Surgeon, A. B. Judson; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, T. Merritt; Acting-Master's Mates, Leaken Barnes, Jackson Kingsley and Tim. Ryan. Schooner hope. Acting-Master, J. E. Rockwell; Acting-Master's Mates, J. B. Williamson, J. C. Sanborn and Jacob Cocbrane. Schooner Para. Acting-Master, E. C. Furber; Acting-Master's Mates, Edward Ryduty, as became American seamen, with calmness, precision and resolute earnestness. They fought their guns with energy, and pointed them with admirable coolness. The three gun-deck divisions of 9--inch guns, under Lieutenants Luce, Upshur and Barnes, were commanded by those officers in a manner which illustrated the highest power of both men and guns, and exhibited the greatest effect of manhood and training. I beg leave to commend these officers in terms of the warmest praise, both for ski
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Letters relating to the battle of Port Royal and occupation of the Confederate forts. (search)
ir-Although I know that the conduct of the officers and crew of the Wabash are warmly commended by you in the action of the 7th instant, yet, in obedience to your demand for a special report, I respectfully submit the following: The men did their duty, as became American seamen, with calmness, precision and resolute earnestness. They fought their guns with energy, and pointed them with admirable coolness. The three gun-deck divisions of 9--inch guns, under Lieutenants Luce, Upshur and Barnes, were commanded by those officers in a manner which illustrated the highest power of both men and guns, and exhibited the greatest effect of manhood and training. I beg leave to commend these officers in terms of the warmest praise, both for skill and conduct; and also Lieutenant Irwin, who, in command of the powder division, did everything that a brave and earnest man could do to make his ship efficient. Acting-Masters Lamson, Rowland and Robertson, in command of the spar-deck guns, fol