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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.1 (search)
n being still disabled by his wounds, Commodore Josiah Tatnall was placed in command. There was at Secretary of the Confederate Navy wrote Commodore Tatnall: You will leave with your ship and attacDuring the forty-five days she was under Commodore Tatnall's command there were but thirteen days ire Hollins to that place to consult with Commodore Tatnall, and such other officers as might be selried to within forty miles of Richmond. Commodore Tatnall called his crew to quarters, and informeher down in the water to fighting trim. Commodore Tatnall being unwell had retired to rest. Betweas in possession of the enemy on both banks. Tatnall demanded of his pilots the reason for their d A hasty conference with his officers decided Tatnall that the wisest course now open to him was toere so vehement in their condemnation of Commodore Tatnall that he promptly requested a court of inrefore, the court do award to the said Captain Josiah Tatnall an honorable acquittal. The Merrima[3 more...]