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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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overn us Unknown to folks on shore. A load of cotton soon was seen Upon the steamer's deck; But ere the night had well set in The Delta was a wreck; Not heaving-to, we fired at her, They ran her hard aground, We fired a shell, set her on fire, And our first prize was found. Next — month of April, twenty-third-- When the saucy Santiago Was on the British waters, off The island of Abaco, A little schooner hove in sight-- The one we wished to see-- So we ere long had made a prize Of rebel Charleston Bee. There was a little steamer bold, That ofttimes with success Had carried goods of various kinds To aid the South's distress, Oft arms and ammunition, To carry on the war, Would by this craft in Charleston Bay Be safely placed on shore. 'Twas on such sly excursion Their pride received a fall, The Santiago captured her Before “Hole in the Wall;” No doubt in every Southern port It sounded like a knell, When they heard the news that they had lost The steamer Isabel. Where was the schooner<