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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 19: battle of the forts and capture of New Orleans. (search)
hem. These two gentlemen, Messrs. Harris and Oltmanns, performed their duty most admirably: in threnister from our howitzers, the surveyors, Messrs. Oltmanns and Bowie, landed in one of our boats and us. Too much praise cannot be awarded Messrs. Oltmanns and Bowie for the intrepid and skillful mess. and now undertook to stop them. When Mr. Oltmanns passed Porter's Point, he was fired on withwe consulted as to the continuance. I sent Mr. Oltmanns and Mr. Bowie again up the river in the Owabusy. April 20.--Early in the morning, Messrs. Oltmanns and Halter made the rounds of the mortar e. I fired two 32-pounders as a signal for Mr. Oltmanns to return, and set also a blue signal at tho pilot his vessel through Pass a l'outre. Mr. Oltmanns also came back from his boat expedition in in the morning. In the afternoon, I sent Messrs. Oltmanns and Harris to Fort Bayou to put up a signday on which we were engaged on the survey, Mr. Oltmanns and I fell into conversation with some men [12 more...]