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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Confederate steamship Patrick Henry. (search)
he batteries at Newport News. The Patrick Henry, 10, Commander Tucker, leading; next came the Jamestown, 2, Lieutenant-Commanding Barney; and next the Teaser, 2, Lieutenant-Commanding Webb. The Virthe vessel was drifting towards the enemy, the jib was hoisted to pay her head around, and the Jamestown, Lieutenant-Commanding Barney, gallantly and promptly came to her assistance and towed her froo attempt to tow her back to the cover of the Confederate batteries. So the Patrick Henry and Jamestown started to make the attempt, but they had gone only a short distance when the Virginia was see. H. R., 1886. The squadron steamed about in Hampton Roads for two days in succession, and the Jamestown captured two of the Federal transports, but the Monitor did not leave her anchorage at Fortresriver. The guns on the Bluff were worked by the officers and crews of the Patrick Henry, Jamestown, Virginia, and a battalion of artillery. The most effective gun on the Bluff was the Patrick Henry