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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., chapter 48 (search)
umptuously entertained. The day lie left Singapore Semmes captured a beautiful ship, which, though anding the uncomplimentary manner in which Captain Semmes had treated the flag which has braved a th went wild over her. After leaving this place, Semmes fell in with an English vessel, the master of n board the Alabama, he said pleasantly to Captain Semmes: I have been expecting you for the last three years. Semmes answered that lie was glad the Captain had found him after so long a search. It Maine. This was the last vessel burned by Captain Semmes in that quarter. Further continuance in t be gradually falling into Federal hands. Captain Semmes, for his part, was quite satisfied with thslands, with a cargo of guano, bound to Cork. Semmes, after removing the crew and such provisions aed by another burning ship. About this time Semmes crossed the equator, and ran up to the old tolncholy moralizing we might almost imagine that Semmes anticipated some such fate as befell Conrad th[4 more...]