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East India (search for this): article 12
yards.-- I have not learned the name of the clipper ship or other particulars than are here given. I have not, however, relinquished my hope of hearing of the Levant, and her officers and crew." The Levant was a sailing sloop-of-war of the third class, ranking with the Fandalia, Cyane and St. Louis. She was built at Brooklyn twenty-three years ago; was 792 tons burthen, and carried twenty guns. She served the country well in her time, having cruised actively on the Home, African, East Indies, and Pacific Squadrons. Side by side with the San Jacinto, she, during her last commission, threw in her broadside to the Carrier Forts on the Canton river, and did much towards capturing them. The following is a list of her officers: Commander, Wm. E. Hunt; Lieutenants, W. C. B. S. Porter, E. C. Stont, Colville Terrett, R. T. Bowen, Dawson PhŒnix, attached to the flag; Purser, A. J. Watson; Acting Master, J. C. Morseley; First Lieutenant of Marines, R. L. Browning; Passed Assistan
Valparaiso (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 12
patch, I have heard from Captain Ritchie, of the Saranac, at Payta, a copy of whose brief report of the execution of that part of his orders having reference to the Levant, is herewith furnished for the information of the Department. I regret to say that nothing has yet been heard from the missing ship. We have intelligence of a violent hurricane, in September last, in the region of the ocean through which the Levant would have to pass, in which an American clipper ship (since arrived at Valparaiso) was dismasted, and H. B. M. line-of-battle ship Ganges had her sails blown from the yards.-- I have not learned the name of the clipper ship or other particulars than are here given. I have not, however, relinquished my hope of hearing of the Levant, and her officers and crew." The Levant was a sailing sloop-of-war of the third class, ranking with the Fandalia, Cyane and St. Louis. She was built at Brooklyn twenty-three years ago; was 792 tons burthen, and carried twenty guns. Sh
Panama City (Panama) (search for this): article 12
The sloop-of-war Levant. --Dispatches received at the Navy Department from Captain Montgomery, Flag Officer of the Pacific Squadron, dated Panama, Feb. 13th, bring no information of the missing sloop-of-war Levant. Capt. M. says: "Since my last dispatch, I have heard from Captain Ritchie, of the Saranac, at Payta, a copy of whose brief report of the execution of that part of his orders having reference to the Levant, is herewith furnished for the information of the Department. I regret to say that nothing has yet been heard from the missing ship. We have intelligence of a violent hurricane, in September last, in the region of the ocean through which the Levant would have to pass, in which an American clipper ship (since arrived at Valparaiso) was dismasted, and H. B. M. line-of-battle ship Ganges had her sails blown from the yards.-- I have not learned the name of the clipper ship or other particulars than are here given. I have not, however, relinquished my hope of hear
Canton River (China) (search for this): article 12
the Levant, and her officers and crew." The Levant was a sailing sloop-of-war of the third class, ranking with the Fandalia, Cyane and St. Louis. She was built at Brooklyn twenty-three years ago; was 792 tons burthen, and carried twenty guns. She served the country well in her time, having cruised actively on the Home, African, East Indies, and Pacific Squadrons. Side by side with the San Jacinto, she, during her last commission, threw in her broadside to the Carrier Forts on the Canton river, and did much towards capturing them. The following is a list of her officers: Commander, Wm. E. Hunt; Lieutenants, W. C. B. S. Porter, E. C. Stont, Colville Terrett, R. T. Bowen, Dawson PhŒnix, attached to the flag; Purser, A. J. Watson; Acting Master, J. C. Morseley; First Lieutenant of Marines, R. L. Browning; Passed Assistant Surgeon, J. S. Gilliam; Assistant Surgeon, D. E. Montgomery; Captain's Clerk, A. O. Shuff; Purser's Clerk, C. Woodward; Acting Boatswain, H. Edmonson; Acti
A. O. Shuff (search for this): article 12
Cyane and St. Louis. She was built at Brooklyn twenty-three years ago; was 792 tons burthen, and carried twenty guns. She served the country well in her time, having cruised actively on the Home, African, East Indies, and Pacific Squadrons. Side by side with the San Jacinto, she, during her last commission, threw in her broadside to the Carrier Forts on the Canton river, and did much towards capturing them. The following is a list of her officers: Commander, Wm. E. Hunt; Lieutenants, W. C. B. S. Porter, E. C. Stont, Colville Terrett, R. T. Bowen, Dawson PhŒnix, attached to the flag; Purser, A. J. Watson; Acting Master, J. C. Morseley; First Lieutenant of Marines, R. L. Browning; Passed Assistant Surgeon, J. S. Gilliam; Assistant Surgeon, D. E. Montgomery; Captain's Clerk, A. O. Shuff; Purser's Clerk, C. Woodward; Acting Boatswain, H. Edmonson; Acting Gunner, R. S. King; Carpenter, John Jarvis; Sailmaker, C. T. Frost; Master's Mates, Wm. Lewis, P. Morrison, Samuel H. Brown.
C. T. Frost (search for this): article 12
, Cyane and St. Louis. She was built at Brooklyn twenty-three years ago; was 792 tons burthen, and carried twenty guns. She served the country well in her time, having cruised actively on the Home, African, East Indies, and Pacific Squadrons. Side by side with the San Jacinto, she, during her last commission, threw in her broadside to the Carrier Forts on the Canton river, and did much towards capturing them. The following is a list of her officers: Commander, Wm. E. Hunt; Lieutenants, W. C. B. S. Porter, E. C. Stont, Colville Terrett, R. T. Bowen, Dawson PhŒnix, attached to the flag; Purser, A. J. Watson; Acting Master, J. C. Morseley; First Lieutenant of Marines, R. L. Browning; Passed Assistant Surgeon, J. S. Gilliam; Assistant Surgeon, D. E. Montgomery; Captain's Clerk, A. O. Shuff; Purser's Clerk, C. Woodward; Acting Boatswain, H. Edmonson; Acting Gunner, R. S. King; Carpenter, John Jarvis; Sailmaker, C. T. Frost; Master's Mates, Wm. Lewis, P. Morrison, Samuel H. Brown.
The sloop-of-war Levant. --Dispatches received at the Navy Department from Captain Montgomery, Flag Officer of the Pacific Squadron, dated Panama, Feb. 13th, bring no information of the missing sloop-of-war Levant. Capt. M. says: "Since my last dispatch, I have heard from Captain Ritchie, of the Saranac, at Payta, a copy of whose brief report of the execution of that part of his orders having reference to the Levant, is herewith furnished for the information of the Department. I regret to say that nothing has yet been heard from the missing ship. We have intelligence of a violent hurricane, in September last, in the region of the ocean through which the Levant would have to pass, in which an American clipper ship (since arrived at Valparaiso) was dismasted, and H. B. M. line-of-battle ship Ganges had her sails blown from the yards.-- I have not learned the name of the clipper ship or other particulars than are here given. I have not, however, relinquished my hope of hea
J. C. Morseley (search for this): article 12
Cyane and St. Louis. She was built at Brooklyn twenty-three years ago; was 792 tons burthen, and carried twenty guns. She served the country well in her time, having cruised actively on the Home, African, East Indies, and Pacific Squadrons. Side by side with the San Jacinto, she, during her last commission, threw in her broadside to the Carrier Forts on the Canton river, and did much towards capturing them. The following is a list of her officers: Commander, Wm. E. Hunt; Lieutenants, W. C. B. S. Porter, E. C. Stont, Colville Terrett, R. T. Bowen, Dawson PhŒnix, attached to the flag; Purser, A. J. Watson; Acting Master, J. C. Morseley; First Lieutenant of Marines, R. L. Browning; Passed Assistant Surgeon, J. S. Gilliam; Assistant Surgeon, D. E. Montgomery; Captain's Clerk, A. O. Shuff; Purser's Clerk, C. Woodward; Acting Boatswain, H. Edmonson; Acting Gunner, R. S. King; Carpenter, John Jarvis; Sailmaker, C. T. Frost; Master's Mates, Wm. Lewis, P. Morrison, Samuel H. Brown.
R. S. King (search for this): article 12
Cyane and St. Louis. She was built at Brooklyn twenty-three years ago; was 792 tons burthen, and carried twenty guns. She served the country well in her time, having cruised actively on the Home, African, East Indies, and Pacific Squadrons. Side by side with the San Jacinto, she, during her last commission, threw in her broadside to the Carrier Forts on the Canton river, and did much towards capturing them. The following is a list of her officers: Commander, Wm. E. Hunt; Lieutenants, W. C. B. S. Porter, E. C. Stont, Colville Terrett, R. T. Bowen, Dawson PhŒnix, attached to the flag; Purser, A. J. Watson; Acting Master, J. C. Morseley; First Lieutenant of Marines, R. L. Browning; Passed Assistant Surgeon, J. S. Gilliam; Assistant Surgeon, D. E. Montgomery; Captain's Clerk, A. O. Shuff; Purser's Clerk, C. Woodward; Acting Boatswain, H. Edmonson; Acting Gunner, R. S. King; Carpenter, John Jarvis; Sailmaker, C. T. Frost; Master's Mates, Wm. Lewis, P. Morrison, Samuel H. Brown.
Colville Terrett (search for this): article 12
, Cyane and St. Louis. She was built at Brooklyn twenty-three years ago; was 792 tons burthen, and carried twenty guns. She served the country well in her time, having cruised actively on the Home, African, East Indies, and Pacific Squadrons. Side by side with the San Jacinto, she, during her last commission, threw in her broadside to the Carrier Forts on the Canton river, and did much towards capturing them. The following is a list of her officers: Commander, Wm. E. Hunt; Lieutenants, W. C. B. S. Porter, E. C. Stont, Colville Terrett, R. T. Bowen, Dawson PhŒnix, attached to the flag; Purser, A. J. Watson; Acting Master, J. C. Morseley; First Lieutenant of Marines, R. L. Browning; Passed Assistant Surgeon, J. S. Gilliam; Assistant Surgeon, D. E. Montgomery; Captain's Clerk, A. O. Shuff; Purser's Clerk, C. Woodward; Acting Boatswain, H. Edmonson; Acting Gunner, R. S. King; Carpenter, John Jarvis; Sailmaker, C. T. Frost; Master's Mates, Wm. Lewis, P. Morrison, Samuel H. Brown.
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