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The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure) 42 10 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 16 4 Browse Search
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The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure), Torpedo service in Charleston harbor. (search)
, worked also from the interior. By depressing the points of these fins the boat, when in motion, was made to descend, and by elevating them it was made to rise. Light was afforded through the means of bull's-eyes placed in the man-holes. Lieutenant Payne, Confederate States Navy, having volunteered with a crew from the Confederate Navy, to man, the fish-boat for another attack upon the New Ironsides, it was given into their hands for that purpose. While tied to the wharf at Fort Johnston, whence it was to start under cover of night to make the attack, a steamer passing close by capsized and sunk it. Lieutenant Payne, who, at the time, was standing in one of the man-holes, jumped out into the water, which, rushing into the two openings, drowned two men then within the body of the boat. After the recovery of the sunken boat Mr. Hunley came from Mobile, bringing with him Lieutenant Dixon, of the Alabama volunteers, who had successfully experimented with the boat in the harbor of Mob
The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure), The Black Horse cavalry. (search)
On the march he conversed freely with Lieutenant A. D. Payne, whose roused spirit kindled with his y's cavalry were approaching that place. Lieutenant Payne, with his small detachment, was thrown foed, from whom information was gained that Lieutenant Payne had struck Buford's Brigade of Federal ca's safety, and, in the evening, requested Lieutenant Payne to send him a soldier who was acquainted When Morgan returned with his prisoners, Lieutenant Payne inquired of their commander why he did noeater part of your force were prisoners. Lieutenant Payne replied: I was not quite that far gone; bdon, the Black Horse, under command of Lieutenant A. D. Payne, covered itself with glory. The Southhe battle of Spottsylvania Court-House, Captain A. D. Payne ordered two of his chosen scouts to rep10th, the Black Horse, under command of Captain A. D. Payne, charged a party of the enemy and captu above stated, were certified to him by Captain A. D. Payne, the matter was dropped, for Lieutenant[14 more...]