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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events, Diary from December 17, 1860 - April 30, 1864 (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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d of masts, rigging rand every thing but the hulls. The sinking of the fleet was under the direction of Captain Charles H. Davis, U. S. N., who, by his able and scientific management of the work, effectually closed the main ship channel of Charleston Harbor.--(Doc. 235.) The brave little steamer Theodora, which has won for her name so prominent a place in the history of the Confederate States, is still bobbing around on the high seas. A despatch from Thos. J. Lockwood announces that he has arrived safe, as usual, in the flourishing Confederate seaport of----, after paying a flying visit to several foreign lands, and running half a dozen times under the very noses of the Yankee cruisers.--Charleston Mercury, Dec. 21. This afternoon, Richard Gatewood, a private soldier of the First Kentucky regiment, was executed at Charleston, Va., for the combined crimes of desertion, mutinous conduct, and a murderous assault upon a sentinel while on duty.--Cincinnati Gazette, Jan. 1, 1862.