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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)
dford recaptured by the U. S. Steamer Powhatan. capture of the Joseph Maxwell. President Lincoln's proclamation. the Sumter at the island of Trinidad. Semmes' absolute authority. order of the Confederate secretary of war. the Sumter at Cayenne and Paramaribo. the Powhatan in close pursuit. the Sumter thoroughly equips at Maranham. the governor's courtesy to Semmes. discourtesy shown to the officers of the u. S. Steamer Powhatan. the Joseph Parke captured and burned. capture ofr giving the pilot to understand that he was bound to Barbadoes to look after the U. S. S. Keystone State, which vessel he had learned was in pursuit of him. Semmes had satisfied himself that the display of the Sumter and the Confederate flag in Cayenne and Paramaribo had had a most excellent effect on the fortunes of his young republic! The Powhatan arrived off Surinam River only two or three days after the Sumter sailed. The pilot said she had caulked her ports in and sailed for Barbadoes