vessel of the Confederate States, justly marks.
The policy of the Confederate vessels and must be changed.
It is a doubtful curse to send in vessels; therefore, do as in the war of 1812--capture, burn, and destroy — the entire fleets to Davey Jones' locker.
The Confederate Congress has enacted and amendment to the letter of marque bill, granting a on the value of each vessel captured and destroyed.
We hope to have the pleasure of recording exploits in the British channel where the Sum
I was determined to see them if possible.
I went to the Surgeon-General and told him I was a Northern lady, and that I had friends there that I would like to see. He gave me permission.
I saw Captain Ricketts and Col. Wilcox, Major Potter, Captain Jones, and several others whose names I cannot now remember.
They all seemed to be doing well.
I know from good authority that our wounded men are not very well treated.
I tried (but unsuccessfully) to see Mr. Ely and Col. Corcoran.
I believe t