tc., we sunk her. Seven men of her crew of twelve shipped on the Shenandoah.
On November 5 we made our second capture, the United States Schooner Charter Oak, from Boston for San Francisco, Captain Gilman, who had his wife and wife's sister, Mrs. Gage, and her little son Frank on board.
Captain Gilman surrendered $200 he had on board, which Captain Waddell gave to Mrs. Gilman and her sister.
The schooner, after transferring a good supply of canned fruits and vegetables, was burned.
NovPortsmouth, N. H., Captain Libby, from Liverpool for Bahia, Brazil, with coal.
She had notarial seal to establish a neutral cargo, and we bonded the vessel for $40,000 and put on her all prisoners remaining with us. Captain and Mrs. Gilman and Mrs. Gage, of the Charter Oak, were profuse in their thanks for kindness Chile on board.
November 12, overhauled the bark Adelaide, Captain I. P. Williams, of Mathews County, Va. The vessel was under the Argentine flag, but there was everything to sho