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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 52: operations about Charleston, 1865.--fall of Charleston, Savannah, etc. (search)
n, Frank S. Leech; Acting-Master's Mate, S. H. Bryant; Engineers; Acting-Third Assistants, W. W. Shane, W. F. Henderson and M. Griffiths. Geranium--Fourth-rate. Acting-Ensign, David Lee; Acting-Master's Mates, J. D. Wingale, Benjamin Russell and Wm. Earle; Engineers: Acting Second-Assistants, S. W. Widlam and C. J. Henry; Acting-Third-Assistants, Geo. E. Norris and H. B. Garabedian. Jonquil--Fourth-rate. Acting-Ensign, Charles H. Hanson; Acting-Master's Mates, Thos. Newton and Henry Lynch; Engineers: Acting-Third-Assistants, Wm. H. Barclay and J. C. Batchelder. Norfolk Packet--Fourth rate. Acting-Ensigns, Geo. W. Wood and S. A. Dayton; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, Andrew Tower; Acting-Master's Mates, Charles Bedell and Allen Moore. Braziliera--Fourth-rate. Acting-Ensigns, J. H. Bennett, N. C. Borden and Horace Dexter; Acting-Master's Mates, F. W. H. Harrington and C. A. Austen; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, George S. Fife; Acting-Assistant Paymaster C. H. Longstreet
ryland and Kentucky and Northwestern Mississippi, the latter by the Assistant Bishop, only were present, in New York on Wednesday. The Governor General of Canada and suite arrived in Chicago on the 27th ult, and took rooms at the Trement. The party was chaperoned by Captain Retallack, the escorted the Prince of Wales and suite through the States. The Prince of Wales's car was furnished to the party by the Michigan Central Railroad. The New York Tribune publishes a letter from "Henry Lynch" on intelligent Irish citizens of Minnesota, to Gen. Hunter advising the arming, with pikes of "such negroes as it may, after the 1st of next January, be considered advisable to enroll in the service of the United States, or to assist with the means of asserting their own freedom." The rebel steamer Cubs arrived at Havana on the 23d, with cotton, from Mobile valued at $163,493, which will be immediately converted into mulatto is and stores most needed by the South. The draft in
. Anderson, Marion, Mo.; John, slave of Samuel Clark, Kent co., Md.; George, slave of H. Hesth, Anderson dist., S. C.; Solomon, slave of W. Brewer, Montgomery, Md.; Calvin, slave of Abraham Gardner, Southampton, Va.; James, slave of J. F. Chaplain, Port Royal, S. C.; John, slave of George Rausser, Baltimore; Charles, slave of Miss Eva Fields, Prince George, Md.; Sam, slave of J. Green, Baltimore; Isaac, slave of James Connelly, Clarke co., Va.; William, slave of Hugh Delts, Parkersburg, Va.; Abraham, slave of Charles Stewart, Anderson, Md.; Robert, slave of Mrs. Amanda Mathews, Charles co.; Md.; Charles, slave of Mrs. S. B. Jeter, Quinely, Mo.; John, slave of Jacob Calvin, Louisville, Ky.; Samuel, slave of G. Burcher, Louis, Va.; Winston, slave of Stephen Turner, Pike co., Mo.; John, slave of Washburn Rowe, Carrol, Md.; Lewis, slave of J. Roeth, Eastern Shore, Md.; Robert, slave of A. L. Milton, Prince George, Md.; Charles, slave of A. Spead, Fairfax, Va.; Henry Lynch, a free negro.