—Side-wheel river steamer, two guns.
Taken by the Confederates
upon the evacuation of Savannah
, December, 1864.
sea-Bird—Side-wheel river steamer.
Bought at Norfolk
in 1861 and armed with two guns.
Sunk in battle at Elizabeth City
, February 10th, 1852.
—Side-wheel merchant steamer.
Mounted, four guns.
Captured by the Federals
at the battle of Mobile Bay
, August 5th, 1864.
St. Mary—Side-wheel river steamer, two guns.
Burned on Yazoo river
—Gun-boat, seven guns, formerley the Isaac Smith
. Captured from the Federals
in Stono river
, January 30th, 1863, and burned by the Confederates
at the evacuation of Charleston
Spray—Tug-boat, two guns.
Sunk by the Confederates
on St. Mary's river
—Cruiser, formerly the merchant steamer Sea King
, six guns.
Delivered to English authorities at Liverpool
after the close of the war, November 6th, 1865.
—Sea-going iron-clad ram, three guns, formerly the Sphinx
. Purchased in Denmark
in 1865 and name changed to Stonewall
. She was acquired too late to be of service and was turned over to the Spanish
authorities at Havana
after the war ended.
—Cruiser, formerly the merchant steamer Habana
Bought at New Orleans in 1861 and mounted with five guns.
Her machinery gave out and she was sold at Charleston
in 1862 by the Confederate
—Merchant bark, captured by the Clarence
June 12, 1863.
Burned June 24th and crew transferred to the Archer
—Cruiser, formerly the blockade runner Atlanta
Bought at Wilmington
and mounted two guns.
Name afterwards changed to Olivetree
. Reconverted into a blockade runner, the ‘Chameleon
,’ and taken to England
Talmico—Side-wheel, two guns.
Accidentally sunk at Savannah