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New England (United States) (search for this): article 4
E. Lee, which has just run into Wilmington, N. C., from Bermuda, brings us some very agreeable intelligence from the steamers Florida and Alabama Since last heard from she has captured the ships Aldebaran, Oneida, Henrietta, Crown Point, Red Gauntlet, Sunrise, and the schooners V. H. Hill, Wm. B. Nash, and Hull. The last four were captured within 60 miles of New York. Independent of this, the expedition that left her in the Tacony, under Lieut. Reed, destroyed twenty-seven vessels on the New England coast. The deaths on the Florida since her last report are Paymaster Lynch, Surgeon Grafton, (who was drowned,) James Sudley, steward; John Johnson, John Lonman, and Isaac White. The Florida went to Bermuda to coal and to land sixty prisoners she had aboard. When she went into port on the official salutes were exchanged with the British authorities on shore. She has $125,000 in silver in the ship's chest. A letter from one of the officers of the ship gives an account of her chasing
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 4
The Exploits of the C. S. Naval steamers. The steamer Robert E. Lee, which has just run into Wilmington, N. C., from Bermuda, brings us some very agreeable intelligence from the steamers Florida and Alabama Since last heard from she has captured the ships Aldebaran, Oneida, Henrietta, Crown Point, Red Gauntlet, Sunrise, and the schooners V. H. Hill, Wm. B. Nash, and Hull. The last four were captured within 60 miles of New York. Independent of this, the expedition that left her in the Tacony, under Lieut. Reed, destroyed twenty-seven vessels on the New England coast. The deaths on the Florida since her last report are Paymaster Lynch, Surgeon Grafton, (who was drowned,) James Sudley, steward; John Johnson, John Lonman, and Isaac White. The Florida went to Bermuda to coal and to land sixty prisoners she had aboard. When she went into port on the official salutes were exchanged with the British authorities on shore. She has $125,000 in silver in the ship's chest. A letter fro
their after pivot and sought protection behind the ship's bulwarks. But the weather was in their favor, for just then the fog came down so dense that the Ericsson could not be seen, so all we could do was to wait till it cleared up. But judge our astonishment when it did up, to see the Yankee about five or six miles ahead of us and traveling for Sandy Hook. --Now it was we felt the need of good coal.--Our brave Capt Martit offered $1,500 for 15 pounds of steam, but we could not get but 8 and 10 pounds, although we used pitch and rosin. All hands were anxious to catch her, for she had been sent out to catch "rebel cruisers," but she caught a Tartar this time. But we had the pleasure of burning two vessels under her nose. The Alabama and Georgia were at Babia, coaling, when last beard from. During the stay of the Alabama her officers were invited to dine with some of their English friends on shore. Capt. Sammes made a speech in reply to the toast, "Welcome to the strangers."
John Johnson (search for this): article 4
nce last heard from she has captured the ships Aldebaran, Oneida, Henrietta, Crown Point, Red Gauntlet, Sunrise, and the schooners V. H. Hill, Wm. B. Nash, and Hull. The last four were captured within 60 miles of New York. Independent of this, the expedition that left her in the Tacony, under Lieut. Reed, destroyed twenty-seven vessels on the New England coast. The deaths on the Florida since her last report are Paymaster Lynch, Surgeon Grafton, (who was drowned,) James Sudley, steward; John Johnson, John Lonman, and Isaac White. The Florida went to Bermuda to coal and to land sixty prisoners she had aboard. When she went into port on the official salutes were exchanged with the British authorities on shore. She has $125,000 in silver in the ship's chest. A letter from one of the officers of the ship gives an account of her chasing the U. S. steamer Ericsson, sent out after her, within sixty miles of New York harbor It says. We ran down until we saw the Yankee colors flying
some very agreeable intelligence from the steamers Florida and Alabama Since last heard from she has captured the ships Aldebaran, Oneida, Henrietta, Crown Point, Red Gauntlet, Sunrise, and the schooners V. H. Hill, Wm. B. Nash, and Hull. The last four were captured within 60 miles of New York. Independent of this, the expedition that left her in the Tacony, under Lieut. Reed, destroyed twenty-seven vessels on the New England coast. The deaths on the Florida since her last report are Paymaster Lynch, Surgeon Grafton, (who was drowned,) James Sudley, steward; John Johnson, John Lonman, and Isaac White. The Florida went to Bermuda to coal and to land sixty prisoners she had aboard. When she went into port on the official salutes were exchanged with the British authorities on shore. She has $125,000 in silver in the ship's chest. A letter from one of the officers of the ship gives an account of her chasing the U. S. steamer Ericsson, sent out after her, within sixty miles of New
ars and Bars," and at the same time gave her a broadside. Her men ran from their after pivot and sought protection behind the ship's bulwarks. But the weather was in their favor, for just then the fog came down so dense that the Ericsson could not be seen, so all we could do was to wait till it cleared up. But judge our astonishment when it did up, to see the Yankee about five or six miles ahead of us and traveling for Sandy Hook. --Now it was we felt the need of good coal.--Our brave Capt Martit offered $1,500 for 15 pounds of steam, but we could not get but 8 and 10 pounds, although we used pitch and rosin. All hands were anxious to catch her, for she had been sent out to catch "rebel cruisers," but she caught a Tartar this time. But we had the pleasure of burning two vessels under her nose. The Alabama and Georgia were at Babia, coaling, when last beard from. During the stay of the Alabama her officers were invited to dine with some of their English friends on shore. Ca
Isaac White (search for this): article 4
tured the ships Aldebaran, Oneida, Henrietta, Crown Point, Red Gauntlet, Sunrise, and the schooners V. H. Hill, Wm. B. Nash, and Hull. The last four were captured within 60 miles of New York. Independent of this, the expedition that left her in the Tacony, under Lieut. Reed, destroyed twenty-seven vessels on the New England coast. The deaths on the Florida since her last report are Paymaster Lynch, Surgeon Grafton, (who was drowned,) James Sudley, steward; John Johnson, John Lonman, and Isaac White. The Florida went to Bermuda to coal and to land sixty prisoners she had aboard. When she went into port on the official salutes were exchanged with the British authorities on shore. She has $125,000 in silver in the ship's chest. A letter from one of the officers of the ship gives an account of her chasing the U. S. steamer Ericsson, sent out after her, within sixty miles of New York harbor It says. We ran down until we saw the Yankee colors flying from her peak. "All hand" wer
John Lonman (search for this): article 4
from she has captured the ships Aldebaran, Oneida, Henrietta, Crown Point, Red Gauntlet, Sunrise, and the schooners V. H. Hill, Wm. B. Nash, and Hull. The last four were captured within 60 miles of New York. Independent of this, the expedition that left her in the Tacony, under Lieut. Reed, destroyed twenty-seven vessels on the New England coast. The deaths on the Florida since her last report are Paymaster Lynch, Surgeon Grafton, (who was drowned,) James Sudley, steward; John Johnson, John Lonman, and Isaac White. The Florida went to Bermuda to coal and to land sixty prisoners she had aboard. When she went into port on the official salutes were exchanged with the British authorities on shore. She has $125,000 in silver in the ship's chest. A letter from one of the officers of the ship gives an account of her chasing the U. S. steamer Ericsson, sent out after her, within sixty miles of New York harbor It says. We ran down until we saw the Yankee colors flying from her pea
of the C. S. Naval steamers. The steamer Robert E. Lee, which has just run into Wilmington, N. C., from Bermuda, brings us some very agreeable intelligence from the steamers Florida and Alabama Since last heard from she has captured the ships Aldebaran, Oneida, Henrietta, Crown Point, Red Gauntlet, Sunrise, and the schooners V. H. Hill, Wm. B. Nash, and Hull. The last four were captured within 60 miles of New York. Independent of this, the expedition that left her in the Tacony, under Lieut. Reed, destroyed twenty-seven vessels on the New England coast. The deaths on the Florida since her last report are Paymaster Lynch, Surgeon Grafton, (who was drowned,) James Sudley, steward; John Johnson, John Lonman, and Isaac White. The Florida went to Bermuda to coal and to land sixty prisoners she had aboard. When she went into port on the official salutes were exchanged with the British authorities on shore. She has $125,000 in silver in the ship's chest. A letter from one of the of
ble intelligence from the steamers Florida and Alabama Since last heard from she has captured the ships Aldebaran, Oneida, Henrietta, Crown Point, Red Gauntlet, Sunrise, and the schooners V. H. Hill, Wm. B. Nash, and Hull. The last four were captured within 60 miles of New York. Independent of this, the expedition that left her in the Tacony, under Lieut. Reed, destroyed twenty-seven vessels on the New England coast. The deaths on the Florida since her last report are Paymaster Lynch, Surgeon Grafton, (who was drowned,) James Sudley, steward; John Johnson, John Lonman, and Isaac White. The Florida went to Bermuda to coal and to land sixty prisoners she had aboard. When she went into port on the official salutes were exchanged with the British authorities on shore. She has $125,000 in silver in the ship's chest. A letter from one of the officers of the ship gives an account of her chasing the U. S. steamer Ericsson, sent out after her, within sixty miles of New York harbor It sa