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ernment. The cruise extended from the latitude of New York to the southward of Bahia. The neighborhood of the island of Fernando de Noronha was found to be a fruitt Teneriffe early in August; and returning, he arrived on the 5th of October at Bahia. The United States sloop-of-war Wachusett, Commander Napoleon Collins, was lying at this time in Bahia. The Florida came in and anchored near the shore, about half a mile from the Wachusett's berth. Immediately after her arrival, a Brazilir remaining in one locality—on the coast of Brazil, stopping for a fortnight at Bahia. Ten prizes were added to his list in this period. One of these, the bark Conlown. The Alabama had been at Fernando de Noronha on the 10th of April, and at Bahia on the 11th of May; and by the 1st of July she had left the South American coasne year, during which she cruised in the Middle and South Atlantic. She was at Bahia in May, 1863, and at Simon's Bay in August. Late in October she arrived at Che
s Ariel, 194; sinks the Hatteras, 195 et seq.; armament of, 206; fights Kearsarge, 207 et seq.; sunk, 212 Albemarle, the 97 et seq.; attempts made to destroy, 100 et seq.; destroyed, 104 et seq. Atlanta, the, in Wassaw Sound, 116 et seq. Bahia, neutrality of, violated, 187 Bailey, Commodore, Theodorus, commands East Gulf squadron, 123 et seq. Bankhead, Commander,commands Monitor, 79 et seq. Bayou City, the, 147 et seq. Beaufort, N. C., headquarters blockading squadron, 46, , 115 Ericsson, John, plans monitor, 55 Farragut, Admiral, 90, 123, 141, 145 et seq., 148, 150 Florida, blockade of, 124 et seq. Florida, the, fights the Massachusetts, 132; runs blockade of Mobile, 137 et seq., 184 et seq.; captured at Bahia, 187 Flusser, Lieutenant-Commander, 97; killed, 98 Fisher, Fort, 90 Fox, Captain Gustavus V., 61 (note), 66 (note), 234 et seq. Freeborn, the, 86 Galveston, Tex., blockaded, 35, 140 et seq., 143 et seq. Georgetown, 87 et seq. G