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The Daily Dispatch: January 24, 1863., [Electronic resource], Interesting History of the Opening of the Alabama's career. (search)
ng trained gunners, and the majority old men-of-war's men. She was temporarily commanded by Captain Bullock, who had under him the proper complement of commissioned and petty officers. Captain BulloCaptain Bullock having learned that a Federal man-of-war (the Tuscarora) lay in wait for him in St. George's Channel, took his departure by what is known as the North Channel, thus eluding the Federal enemy; thour in quarantine, (which in the Azores lasts three days) On the day after the bark's arrival Captain Bullock, of the 290, being anxious to get his guns on board, hauled alongside the bark, and erected immediate temporary transfer of her cargo, that the leak might be reached and stopped, and Captain Bullock finally succeeded in bearing down all opposition by feigning to get in a passion, saying hetep they had taken they were free to return in her. This alternative none would accept, and Captain Bullock and a few of the other officers who had taken the 290 from England to the Azores, finding t