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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 45: the cruise of the Sumter and the havoc she committed. (search)
uisa Killum, and Naiad. the prizes taken to Cienfuegos, and released by order of the Spanish author burn, but taking them in tow he steamed for Cienfuegos, in order to test the disposition of the Spaestination. On arriving off the harbor of Cienfuegos two more sail were descried from the Sumter,of Massachusetts. They had left the port of Cienfuegos three hours before, and their cargoes of sugd the prize-masters directed to stand in for Cienfuegos light-house and lay — to until morning. Tonfederate steamer and joined the others off Cienfuegos. When the sea-breeze set in, Semmes stood iegitimate business. Semmes was treated at Cienfuegos with all due courtesy, and hobnobbed with thl and provisions from his neutral friends at Cienfuegos, departed from that port on the 8th of July promptly informed of all his transactions at Cienfuegos. Five of the fast steamers purchased for thg and sinking. Having been well received at Cienfuegos, he calculated on meeting similar treatment [6 more...]