—Wooden tug, two guns, bought at Richmond
in 1861, and captured by the Federals
in James river
—Iron-clad, six guns.
Built at Mobile
and captured in battle of Mobile Bay
, August 5, 1864.
—Side-wheel merchant steamer, formerly the Jamestown
. Seized at Richmond
in 1861 and mounted two guns.
She was sunk by the Confederates
, May, 1862, at Drewry's Bluff
to obstruct James river
torpedo—Wooden tug, two guns, burned by Confederates at Richmond
—Iron-clad, four guns.
Burned by Confederates at at the fall of Mobile
—Formerly the bark Conrad
Captured June 21, 1863, by the Alabama
and armed with four boat-howitzers.
She was seized by the English
authorities at Simon's Bay, South Africa
, December, 1863, upon the charge of violation of neutrality of the port.
She was subsequently released, but the Confederates
never again claimed her.
—Side-wheel river steamer, two guns.
Burned accidently at New Orleans.
—Iron-clad, formerly the United States
, ten guns.
Seized by Confederates at Gosport Navy-yard, 1861, and converted into an iron-clad.
Burned by her captain at the evacuation of Norfolk
, in 1862.
Second—Iron-clad, four guns.
Built at Richmond
in 1864, and burned by the Confederates
at the evacuation of that city in April, 1865.
Velocity—Gun-boat, two guns.
Captured from the Federals
at Sabine Pass
, January 21, 1863.
uncle Ben—Tug-boat, seized at Wilmington
in 1861, mounted one gun. Her machinery was taken out and put in the North Carolina
, and hull sold.
—Old wooden frigate in ordinary at Gosport Navy-yard.
Seized by Confederates in 1861, and used as a receiving ship.
She was called sometimes the Confederate States