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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 59: (search)
1864 Morse. Schooner Sea Bird     3,288 09 Key West Mar. 29, 1864 De Soto. Steamer Sumter 3,600 00 237 95 3,362 05 St. Augustine Nov. 4, 1864 Pawnee, Columbine. Steamer Susanna 60,284 20 5,297 60 54,986 60 Philadelphia Mar. 25, 1865 Metacomet. Schooner Spunky 5,396 81 484 02 4,912 79 St. Augustine Mar. 28, 1865 Beauregard. Schooner Susan 1,168 31 203 34 964 97 Key West April 26, 1865 Roebuck, Honeysuckle. Schooner Sort No. 1 35,080 26 2,059 53 3<*>,020 73 do June 29, 1865 O. H. Lee. Schooner (name unknown) 3,204 63 227 60 2,976 97 do   Nita. (Waiting for prize list.) Sloop (no name) 92 00 92 00   do No proceeds Gem of the Sea. Sloop Swallow 78,048 83 3,575 36 74,473 47 Boston June 3, 1865 Tioga. Schooner Sort No. 2 2,749 40 196 87 2,552 83 Key West Aug. 12, 1865 Honeysuckle. Steamer Tubal Cain 55,087 48 8,005 83 47,031 65 New York July 20, 1863 Octorara. Schooner Trier 1,387 30 369 86 1,017 44 Key West Oct. 15, 1863   Schooner Two Sisters 3,698