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The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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there we halloed for a boat, and at one time Simmons, the second engineer, asked me to take off his boots, so that he could swim ashore; while in the act of taking off his boots a boat came and we went ashore; one of the waiters, the steward, and Parks, were on the rudder with me; it appears that the Captain let go the anchor and stopped the boat, and a propeller came up and took off the Captain and the balance of the crew forward; no liven were lost; I understood the boat was ordered back to Nd for the boat; I have heard that they paid $17,500 or $18,000 for her, at the time the fire broke out I did not hear any explosion; there was nothing but the felting off of steam; Captain Phillips said he ordered the shells to be thrown overboard, and the gun was taken off by a man-of-war's boat; Capt. Phillips had a man on board who used to sell stores to the soldiers, such as liquors, cigars, and tobacco; this man was Mr. Julius Parks. The accused was committed for a further hearing.