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Teaser—Wooden tug, two guns, bought at Richmond in 1861, and captured by the Federals in James river in 1862.

Tennessee—Iron-clad, six guns. Built at Mobile and captured in battle of Mobile Bay, August 5, 1864.

Thomas Jefferson—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.

Tuscaloosa—Iron-clad, four guns. Burned by Confederates at at the fall of Mobile in 1865.

Tuscaloosa—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.

Tuscarora—Side-wheel river steamer, two guns. Burned accidently at New Orleans.

Virginia—Iron-clad, formerly the United States ship ,Merrimanc, 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.

Virginia 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.

United States—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.

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