Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: July 14, 1864., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Sinclair or search for Sinclair in all documents.

Your search returned 3 results in 1 document section:

aft to Captain Semmes with drawn cutlasses. One of them told him that if he did not immediately hoist the colors he would cut him down. At the same time Mr. Sinclair, the fourth lieutenant, pointed a revolver at this man's head to shoot him dead in case he made an attack on the Captain. Capt Semmes was perfectly cool, n overboard on our passage here, and was a bold and determined man. He was picked up by a French pilot boat and brought on shore, and delivered the papers to Captain Sinclair. Captain Semmes was picked up by one of the yacht's boats. On board the Kearsarge the crew were very much dispirited because they had not taken either Sonorably exchanged as prisoners of war. We then were sent on shore. We went to M. Bonafile, the Confederate agent, and he sent us to boarding houses. We saw Capt. Sinclair, a Confederate officer who had come from Paris, and who is acting in place of Capt. Semmes. We were yesterday paid off by M. Bonafile and Surgeon Galt.