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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The cruise of the Shenandoah. (search)
d he told me that they both said they considered his taking the ocean, in such a condition, and so shorthanded, impracticable. As his executive officer, he naturally consulted me, saying that it was his judgment that he should take the ship to Teneriffe, communicate with Captain Bulloch and have a crew sent to him. I knew every one of the regular officers personally. They were all to the manner born. With the fate of the C. S. S. Rappahannock (which about a year before had gone into Calais, France, for some such object, had been held there inactive ever since) before me, and a positive conviction that our fate would be the same and result in ignominious failure, I strenuously advised against it. I said, Don't confer, sir, with parties who are not going with us. Call your young officers together and learn from their assurances what they can and will do. They were called together; there was but one unanimous sentiment from each and every one, take the ocean, and so it was, be it ev