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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)
a. and as both the ports of La Guayra and Puerto Cabello have consider able trade with the United Se the Abby Bradford, of New York, bound to Puerto Cabello. The schooner had left New York before thic of North America. Semmes arrived off Puerto Cabello after night-fall, and the next morning, macreased as he noted the similarity between Puerto Cabello and the city that had first given a stimul: Confederate States Steamer Sumter, Puerto Cabello, July 26, 1861. His Excellency the Governove shipped it on consignment to a house in Puerto Cabello. Should any claim, however, be given foize vessel, with her cargo, in the port of Puerto Cabello, until the question of prize can be adjudid and sold. Although his Excellency of Puerto Cabello probably knew very little of international; meanwhile he desired the Sumter to leave Puerto Cabello, and take the Abby Bradford with her. He league, Semmes returned in the Sumter to Puerto Cabello and sent another letter to the Governor in[2 more...]