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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Virginia, or Merrimac: her real projector. (search)
2, with some variations and additions. Mr. J. W. H. Porter says: Lieutenant John M. Brooke, of e failure of Lieutenant Brooke's scheme, Constructor Porter then had another model made like the ones to the ship-carpenter. Mr. Joseph Pearce (Mr. Porter spells it Pierce) was a constructor competenvices were not available at that time. Mr. J. W. H. Porter's loquacious ship-carpenter had been wawhich had been adopted. On reporting to Constructor Porter he probably thought that he fulfilled his in using the language attributed to him by Mr. Porter. He gave no information as to the extensionnts he is said to have made. Naturally, Constructor Porter was much surprised when, on presenting hst is put first, and the first last. Mr. J. W. H. Porter continues: And later still, when the red would be the last to forget its origin. Mr. Porter further says: Mr. Brooke, I believe, ther the Secretary nor myself had noticed Constructor Porter's published claims, I thought it advisab[4 more...]