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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 33: (search)
d-Assistants, J. J. Newton, C. A. Stuart and H. J. Tarr. Steam gun boat Marblehead. Lieutenant-Commander, R. W. Scott; Lieutenant, Geo. C. Remey; Assistant Surgeon, R. H. Kidder; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, J. H. Mulford; Acting-Masters, Geo. Martin and B. Allen; Acting-Master's Mates, D. S. Gross, B. O. Low, G. F. Winslow and Harry West; Engineers: Second-Assistant, Clark Fisher; Third-Assistants, W. L. Nicoll, James Long and H. W. Bulkley. Steamer water Witch. Lieutenant-Commanderes on both sides in succession. Lieutenant-Commander H. L. Newcomnb, of the R. B. Forbes, which vessel had been employed in towing in the Great Republic, arrived in time to take good part in the action. And, finally, the tug Mercury, Acting-Master Martin commanding, employed his single Parrott gun with skill and effect. After congratulating you upon the success thus far of our expedition, which had its origin in the counsels of the Department, and which the Department has fostered and l
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Letters relating to the battle of Port Royal and occupation of the Confederate forts. (search)
Commander Percival Drayton, had suffered from the gale of Friday night so badly as not to be able to enter Port Royal until the morning of the 7th. He reached the scene of action about 12 o'clock, and rendered gallant service by engaging the batteries on both sides in succession. Lieutenant-Commander H. L. Newcomnb, of the R. B. Forbes, which vessel had been employed in towing in the Great Republic, arrived in time to take good part in the action. And, finally, the tug Mercury, Acting-Master Martin commanding, employed his single Parrott gun with skill and effect. After congratulating you upon the success thus far of our expedition, which had its origin in the counsels of the Department, and which the Department has fostered and labored to render efficient, the gratifying duty remains to be performed of according to each and all their due share of praise for good conduct in their encounter with the enemy. This duty, though most welcome, is still delicate. I am well aware