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The Daily Dispatch: June 17, 1864., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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en! Capt Moffitt, the former commander of the Florida, is now in a Confederate port, in command of a steamer owned by the state of Georgia, one of the fastest vessels afloat, and in every way adapted to the purposes of a blockade runner. Lt. Maniganit Morris, of this State, is now in command of the Florida. The total number of prizes captured and burned by the ship is twenty-eight. Her leader, the Taconcy, Lieut Reed, commanding, took 21 before being burned off the harbor of Portland, Maing in the China Seas. Lieut Evans, of South Carolina, is in command of the Georgia, at last accounts in Bordeaux, France. The following list of the officers of the Florida is furnished by him for the benefit of friends at home: Commander, M Morris; 1st Lieutenant, S G Stone; Master, R S Floyd; Acting 2d Lieutenant, B Barron; 3d Lieutenant, -- Midshipman G D Bryan, Acting Master; Paymaster, R Taylor; Surgeon, C Chariton; Midshipmen, T Sinclair. W Sinclair, T Dyke; Master's Mate, T T Hunter