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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore) 9 1 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 4 0 Browse Search
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e Almighty God, we probably owe to his presence of mind at the time of the fire on the berth-deck the safety of the ship. Acting Master's Mates Ed. Bird, Daniel Clark, and John Devereaux behaved courageously. Gunner Wm. Parker and Boatswain Hallowell Dickinson merit mention for their good conduct. I leave it to Chief-Engineer W. H. Hunt to speak of the officers and men under his immediate supervision, but must speak of him personally in this report. He was cool and collected during the t in two;) starboard main topmast backstay cut; mizzen-stay shot away; main spencer brail shot away; topping lift of whale boat's davits shot away; awning ridge rope starboard side shot away; spanker brails shot away. Very respectfully, Hallowell Dickinson, Boatswain. Lieutenant Chas. L. Huntington, Executive Officer U. S. S. Oneida. U. S. S. S. Oneida, Mobile Bay, August 6, 1864. sir: The following is a list of casualties in the Carpenter's department of this ship during the engagement
ables in the possession of the military authorities. From Little Waltham the command proceeded to Lancaster Court-House, where the main body halted, and Lieutenant Dickinson, of the Fifth cavalry, was sent to Kilmarnock, a place about ten miles distant, whilst another detachment was sent out to destroy an extensive tannery, where they gave to the torch a large stock of leather, hides, machinery, oil, etc. Lieutenant Dickinson encountered a party of rebel cavalry, with whom he skirmished for some time, severely wounding and capturing a private of the Ninth Virginia cavalry. He returned the same morning. On the afternoon of the thirteenth, it was deemharf for their reembarkation, and the whole expedition was carried out according to the original plans of General Marston without any misunderstandings. Lieutenants Dickinson and Denney, of the Fifth cavalry, and William Everett, a citizen volunteer, who accompanied them, are highly complimented for their bravery and valuable se