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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 37: operations of the East Gulf Squadron to October, 1863. (search)
hich lasted only twenty minutes, was gallantly managed and was not without danger. On March 4th Acting-Master's Mate Henry A. Crane reports the results of an expedition up Indian River, under the instructions of Lieutenant-Commander Earl English.th men. From their number and appearance it was supposed that they were Confederates prepared to act on the offensive. Mr. Crane's boat was so disguised as to look like a boat from a merchantman, so that the Confederates passed him unsuspiciously ano doubt would have made a good fight if they had not been taken by surprise. Ordering the schooner's sails hoisted, Mr. Crane started down the river, when he discovered a sloop ahead, which he determined to run into and capture, but was informedA. Strandberg and Edward Balch, and Acting-First-Assistant Engineer G. M. Bennett, from the Adela, with Acting-Master's Mate Crane and Mr. J. A. Thompson as guides, was landed at Ballast Point. The whole expedition was under the immediate command of