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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War. 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 14, 1860., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 14: battle and capture of Fort Henry by the Navy. (search)
Second Master; Charles C. Gray, Third Master; Henry A. Walke, Fourth Master; William Hinton, Pilot; Daniel Weaver, Pilot; James S. McNeely, Assistant Surgeon; George J. W. Nixsin, Acting Paymaster; William H. Faulkner, Chief Engineer; Charles H. Caven, First Assistant Engineer; Samuel S. Brooks, Second Assistant Engineer; Augustus F. Crowell. Third Assistant Engineer; Theodore L. Gilmore, Master's Mate; Edward E. Brennand, Master's Mate; Richard Adams, Gunner; Oliver Donaldson, Carpenter; H. H. Rhodes, Armorer. By referring to the public or official dispatches of the war, the names of the commanders and officers above mentioned will be found constantly referred to in battles with the enemy, and were very frequently distinguished by acts of bravery and heroism creditable alike to themselves and the naval service. The position of the Navy in the West at that time was an anomalous one, belonging as they did neither to one or the other branches of the service; and the hands of the nav
on Friday of last week. Col. Thomas D. Carneal, formerly a famous emancipationist in Kentucky, died in Cincinnati on the 9th inst. Thaddeus H. Zeibst was killed in Charleston, S. C., Sunday night, by being run over by a fire engine. Capt, Slocum, of brig Sarah Starr, died on the 29th ult., on the passage from Wilmington, N. C., for Havana. The proclamation of Gov. Hicks, appointing Thursday, 29th inst., as a "Holiday of Thanksgiving and Prayer," is published. Lieut. H. H. Rhodes, late U. S. N., of Leesburg, Va., died on the steamer Planet, near Vicksburg, Miss., on the 3d inst. Lloyd N. Rogers, late owner of the Druid Hill Park, at Baltimore, died there on the 12th instant. Mr. Thomas Hessey, a respected citizen of Shepherdstown, Va., died on the 2d instant, while on a visit to Danville, III. Judge Douglas left Mobile on the day of the Presidential election for New Orleans. Mrs. D. accompanied him. A child of Q. F. Morris was drowned in A