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were on March 10, 1861, only 207 in all the ports and receiving ships on the Atlantic coast. Soley's The Blockade and the Cruisers, p. 19. In July, 1863, there were 34,000 men in the service, and00. In the last months of the war a bounty of $1,010 was sometimes paid for a single seaman. Soley, p. 10. The official statistics show that of this vast addition to the numbers of the navy Massa men and pilots. The regular officers formed about one-seventh of the whole number employed. Soley, p. 9. In addition, Massachusetts furnished, in connection with the expedition for the relie the New, p. 416; Higginson's Army Life in a Black Regiment, p. 169; Gordon's War Diary, p. 257; Soley's The Blockade, etc., p. 107. In this case it is doubtful whether any positive result followed, icer, was sent up the Sabine River to destroy a railroad bridge, which he did without injury. Soley, p. 143. Commander Downes, a Massachusetts officer, commanded the monitor Nahant in the atta