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Captain Semmes. Since the days of John Paul Jones, no of a single ship has achieved such a reputation; none, even including Jones accomplished such results as Captain Raphael Semmes. Of all the rebels to whom this war has given rise, his ha
A yet stronger passion was wounded by the career of Captain Semmes.
Far more powerful even than Jonathan's love of glory is her fondness for pelf.
Semmes, with a ruthless hand, stripped the ass of the lion's skin, and cleaned out the crib that e an animated thunderbolt.
The lightning-like rapidity of Semmes upon the seas rivalled that of Napoleon upon the land.
Of nd effects as you may be able"? Perhaps the offence of Captain Semmes consists in his violation of the Yankee patent?
Certain it is, Jones had no such field of operations as Semmes.
No sea was safe from him. From the coast of the United States to morning.
We hope the time is not far distant when Captain Semmes will be once more on the waters, in a ship worthy to b
Confederate Congress. Senate. Saturday, February 4, 1865. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Minnegerode, of the Episcopal Church. Mr. Brown, of Mississippi, introduced a joint resolution of thanks to Captain Raphael Semmes, of the Confederate States war steamer Alabama, and the officers and men under his command. --Referred to the Naval Committee. Mr. Sparrow, from the Military Committee, reported a bill, which was placed on the calendar and ordered to be printed, to exempt from all military service all skilled artisans and mechanics who are engaged in the employment of the Confederate States during the time they are so employed. Mr. Burnett, from the Committee on Claims, reported back, with the recommendation that it pass, House joint resolution for the relief of the Virginia Mechanics' Institute. The resolution was considered and passed. Bill for the relief of Power, Lowe & Co., of Wilmington, North Carolina, was postponed till to-day. Senate resumed consi