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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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Log of the Planter.--The following is a copy of the log of the steamer Planter, kept by Robert Small when he escaped from Charleston harbor to the blockading fleet: List.--Robert Small, Pilot; Alfred Gridiron, Engineer; Abram Jackson, Jebel Turner, W. C. Thompson, Sam Chishlm, Abram Allerton, Hannah Small, Susan Small, Clara Jones, Anna White, Levina Wilson, David McCloud, 3 small children. Log.--We leave Charleston at 1/2 past 3 o'clock on Tuesday morning. We pass Fort Sumter 1/4 past 4 o'clock. We arrived at blockading squadron at Charleston bar at 1/4 to 6. We give three cheers for the Union flag wonce more. Articles of Sundary.--4 large c, not mounted; 2 mortars. We arrive at Port Royal, Hilton, on same night about 9 P. M.--New-York Tribune.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 25., Women of the Mayflower and Plymouth Colony. (search)
's entanglements are in this serious adventure (Mary has lost an admirer and Priscilla gained one). Here is a group whom we know far less well—Mrs. Thomas Tinker and Mrs. John Rizdale, Mrs. Francis Eaton—but we feel sure their quality of mind and heart must be the equal of many of their companions. Here are the wives of John and Edward Tilly, each with a young girl to mother. Humility Cooper is cousin to Ann Tilly, and Elizabeth is stepchild to John Tilly's wife. Mrs. Edward Fuller and Anna White are those sailing for another haven, though knowing it not. From London has come Mrs. John Billington, quite different in style and manner from her companions, yet not lacking in good qualities, and little Ellen More in Mrs. Winslow's care. Mrs. William Bradford (standing in the shadow of tragedy), and Mrs. Isaac Allerton with her two little girls, Remember and Mary, complete the count. Mary Allerton's namesake daughter stands nearest to us of all that company between that day and thi