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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book VII:—politics. (search)
f during sailors, who took the British port of Nassau, in the Bahama Islands, as its base of operations. The town of Nassau, situated on a barren rock, had up to this period led an obscure existence.pe. These cruisers would frequently come into Nassau for provisions, and to see the agents whose dufor the Southern States. She first touched at Nassau, where she found Captain Maffit, who was to co had this vessel libelled before the courts of Nassau for violation of the foreign enlistment act. Tendered amid the plaudits of the population of Nassau, who had dreaded to see the interruption of a A few days later, Semmes, who had found at Nassau an order directing him to take command of thisaid to this request. The Alabama proceeded to Nassau, where she met with the kindest reception on tland their crews either at the Bermudas or at Nassau, where he was always sure to find aid and protation of Mr. Adams, her seizure and release at Nassau; then the first appearance of the Alabama, her[1 more...]