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selection of his base of operations, which was made upon the eastern shore of Mobile bay, and from which he operated against detached outworks of comparatively littlesuch burning by the Confederate authorities.
Canby organized his forces in Mobile bay and at Pensacola.
Two army corps rendezvoused on Fish river under the immedier the siege — making, with the Tecumseh, twelve hostile vessels destroyed in Mobile bay by the torpedoes.
Our own little fleet did all they could to aid the defenn other Federal vessels, men-of-war and transports, were sunk by torpedoes in Mobile bay; and their effectiveness as a means of defence of harbors was clearly establitorpedoes; for, as the Federal naval captain who had been engaged in clearing Mobile bay of the torpedoes and of the wrecks they had made, after the close of the war tated that he had ascertained that in every instance but one of the wrecks in Mobile bay, the vessel had been sunk while backing — only one exploded a torpedo while g