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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
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not more than thirteen feet. This may become a subject of future investigation. The pilot of the tug sent out to conduct the vessels over the bar asked of each captain the draft of his vessel as she approached, with this single exception. I subjoin a list of the officers of the City of New York, and the places of their residence. Captain, Joseph W. Nye, of Falmouth, Mass. First officer, J. G. Rogers, of New-York. Second officer, Ward Eldridge, of Falmouth, Mass. Chief engineer, Reuben Carpenter, of Milton on the Hudson, N. Y. Second engineer, William Miller, of Nashville, Tenn. Third engineer, A. Sherman. Coast pilot, J. T. Horton. Stevedore, Mr. Bassett. Purser, Mr. Smith, in charge of stores. Mechanics in the employment of the coast division: John Dye and brother, master masons; William H. Beach, wagon-maker, and Charles A. Beach, forger, of Newark, N. J. The last two were the men who launched the last boat. The steam gunboat Zouave, Capt. Wm. Hunt
irst Master of U. S. gunboat Cincinnati Richard H. Cutter, Second Master. Edward C. Brenard, Third Master. O. Donelson, Fourth Master. Daniel Weaver, John Deming, Pilots. Joseph S. McNeely, Surgeon. Geo. J. W. Nixson, Paymaster. W. H. Faulkner, Chief-Engineer. Chas. H. Caven, First Assistant. Samuel Brooks, Second Assistant. A. T. Crowel, Third Assistant. Francis Buford, Gunner. T. S. Gillmore, Master's Mate. J. S. Gilpson, Master's Mate. Oliver Donelson, Carpenter. R. J. Van Ness, Paymaster's Clerk. tip. the letter of thanks. The following letter of thanks was issued from the Navy Department, addressed to Flag-Officer Foote: Navy Department, April 12, 1862. Sir: The Department desires to convey to the commander, Henry Walke, and the officers and men of the Carondelet, also to Acting First Master Hoel, of the Cincinnati, who volunteered for the occasion, its thanks for the gallant and successful service rendered in running the Caron