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The ram Tennessee at Mobile Bay. by James D. Johnston, commander, C. S. N. The Confederate naval force at
middle of the channel
I In this statement, Captain Johnston's chronology is undoubtedly at fault.
The tes me, and as I approached he quietly remarked, Well, Johnston, they've got me. You'll have to look out for her n ary of the Navy, 1864, pp. 402, 407, and 410). Captain Johnston undoubtedly mistook the Lackawanna for the Har or nearly half an hour, to which he replied: Well, Johnston, if you cannot do them any further damage you had This is the United States steamer Ossipee.
Hello, Johnston, how are you?
Le Roy — don't you know me?
I'll s eck of his ship, he remarked, I'm glad to see you, Johnston.
Here's some ice-water for you — I know you're dr cival Drayton, remarked, You have one consolation, Johnston; no one can say that you have not nobly defended t he next morning, whence we were conveyed
Commander J. D. Johnston, C. S. N. in ambulances to Varina Landing