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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.34 (search)
the Federal frigate, Niagara, under command of Captain T. T. Craven, and the Sacramento, a vessel of war of the United States navy, commanded by Captain Walke, appeaited States, and carried a battery of ten 150-pound Parrott rifles, while the Sacramento mounted two eleven-inch guns, two nine-inch guns, and one 60-pound rifle. Th While the Stonewall was at Ferrol, the Federal war vessels, the Niagara and Sacramento, under command of Commodore Thomas T. Craven, put into the bay. Leaving aheadle to push on with the repairs. While Page was absent, the Niagara and the Sacramento ran across the bay from Corunna and anchored at Ferrol. In a letter reportinlarge, powerful frigate, mounting ten 150-pounder Parrot rifled guns, and the Sacramento was a corvette, very heavily armed for her class, the principal pieces being Captain Page's opinion. Commenting upon the failure of the Niagara and Sacramento to follow the Stonewall and attack her, Page wrote me from Lisbon as follows: