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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 1 5 1 Browse Search
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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 30: (search)
mer Springfield (4th rate).--Acting-Master Joseph Watson (1864); Acting-Master Edward Morgan (1865). Steamer Victory (4th rate).--Ensign Frederick Read (1864-5). Steamer Champion (4th rate).--Acting-Master Alfred Phelps (1864). Steamer Curlew (4th rate.)--Acting-Ensign H. A. B. O'Neil (1864). Steamer Little Rebel, (4th rate).--Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant T. B. Gregory; Acting Ensign J. B. Petts (1865). Steamer Signal.--*Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, C. Dominey (1863); Acting-Ensign W. P. Lee (1864). Steamer Covington.--Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant.--* J. S. Hurd (1863); Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant George P. Lord (1864). Steamer Robb.--* Ensign W. C. Handford; Acting-Ensign Lloyd Thomas (1864). Steamer New Era.--* Acting-Master J. C. Brenner; Acting-Master John Marshall (1864). Steamer Romeo.--Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant J. V. Johnstone; Acting-Master Thomas Baldwin (1864). Steamer Petrel.--Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant * John Pierce; Acting-Master Thomas McE
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 42: Red River expedition.--continued. (search)
-Assistant, Benj. Hand; Acting Second-Assistants, David Chillas, C. P. Parks and T. M. Jenks. Steamer New Era. Acting-Master, James Marshall; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, Wm. B. Purdy; Acting-Ensigns, C. A. Schetky and W. B. Shillito; Acting-Master's Mates, P. H. Sullivan, W. F. Remer and E. A. Bangs; Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, Israel Marsh; Acting-Second-Assistant, Richard Feugler; Acting-Third-Assistant, A. W. Smith; Acting-Carpenter, B. Martin. Steamer signal. Acting-Ensigns, Wm. P. Lee and Wm. F. Loan; Acting-Assistant-Surgeon, N. Brewster; Acting-Assistant-Paymaster, E. D. Hayden; Acting-Masters Mates, R. P. Craft, E. D. Lovell and Andrew Donaldson; Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, W. N. Harden Acting-Second-Assistants, J. G. Briggs and E. H. Kidd. Steamer Prairie Bird. Acting-Ensigns, John W. Chambers and W. M. Ernst; Acting-Assistant-Pay master, L. Harter; Acting-Master's Mates, J. B. Morton, J. K. Lull, Jr., and Wm. D. Bangs; Engineers: Acting-First-A
t quartermaster-general, on the twenty-third day of May, 1861, with the rank of colonel. Colonel Dalton did very acceptable services at Washington, as the agent of the Governor, in the early part of the war, which were given gratuitously. William P. Lee and Waldo Adams, of Boston, were appointed assistant quartermaster-generals, with the rank of first lieutenant, June 14, 1861. The services rendered by these gentlemen were given gratuitously. Frank E. Howe, of New York, was appointed assow return to the correspondence of the Executive Department. A large amount of valuable stores for our troops had been forwarded to Fortress Monroe, in the steamer Pembroke, early in the month of May, 1861. The following letter, written by Colonel Lee by direction of the Governor, has reference to these stores:— May 20, 1861. Dear Sir,—The captain of the steamer Pembroke, just returned from Fort Monroe, reports, that several boxes and bales, put ashore for the Fifth and Eighth Regime
t Fortress Monroe, and Lieutenant Paine, of the regular army, stationed at Fort Schuyler, New York, both of whom were Massachusetts men, might be furloughed to accept colonelcies in Massachusetts volunteer regiments. He also telegraphed to Senator Sumner, requesting him to urge Joseph Hooker, afterwards major-general of volunteers, then in Washington without a command, to accept the commission of colonel in one of our regiments. Neither of these requests were granted. June 24.—Lieutenant William P. Lee, assistant quartermaster-general, was directed to accompany the steamers Cambridge and Pembroke, to Fortress Monroe, as the agent of the Commonwealth, with authority to sell, charter, or make any disposition of the Pembroke as he should think best. On the same day, the Governor wrote a long letter to General Butler, at Fortress Monroe, concerning the Massachusetts troops at that post, under his command; it having been represented to him by Colonel Ritchie, of his staff, who had