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The capture of the U. S. Cushing. Lieut Chas. Wediend. C.S.N., who destiny of the Cushing at Portland, Saturday, and who lately commanded the Tacony, is a native of Reverend Ms. He entered the U. S. Naval Academy in and graduated with honor in 1860. After the wounding of the lament Huger the Maltes at New Orleans. Lieut. Read, being the Executive officer command and gallantly fought the vessel. He was slap on the Arkansas memorable engagement with the Yankee Mississippi floor and bore a His in the Florida from Mobile, and according to Northern papers who given command of the tender to the Florida, with which be captured the Tacony. She bring a he turned present the crew to her.
The capture of the U. S. Cushing. Lieut Chas. Wediend. C.S.N., who destiny of the Cushing at Portland, Saturday, and who lately commanded the Tacony, is a native of Reverend Ms. He entered the U. S. Naval Academy in and graduated with honor in 1860. After the wounding of the lament Huger the Maltes at New Orleans. Lieut. Read, being the Executive officer command and gallantly fought the vessel. He was slap on the Arkansas memorable engagement with the Yankee Mississippi floor and bore a His in the Florida from Mobile, and according to Northern papers who given command of the tender to the Florida, with which be captured the Tacony. She bring a he turned present the crew to her.
The capture of the U. S. Cushing. Lieut Chas. Wediend. C.S.N., who destiny of the Cushing at Portland, Saturday, and who lately commanded the Tacony, is a native of Reverend Ms. He entered the U. S. Naval Academy in and graduated with honor in 1860. After the wounding of the lament Huger the Maltes at New Orleans. Lieut. Read, being the Executive officer command and gallantly fought the vessel. He was slap on the Arkansas memorable engagement with the Yankee Mississippi floor and bore a His in the Florida from Mobile, and according to Northern papers who given command of the tender to the Florida, with which be captured the Tacony. She bring a he turned present the crew to her.
The capture of the U. S. Cushing. Lieut Chas. Wediend. C.S.N., who destiny of the Cushing at Portland, Saturday, and who lately commanded the Tacony, is a native of Reverend Ms. He entered the U. S. Naval Academy in and graduated with honor in 1860. After the wounding of the lament Huger the Maltes at New Orleans. Lieut. Read, being the Executive officer command and gallantly fought the vessel. He was slap on the Arkansas memorable engagement with the Yankee Mississippi floor and bore a His in the Florida from Mobile, and according to Northern papers who given command of the tender to the Florida, with which be captured the Tacony. She bring a he turned present the crew to her.
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The capture of the U. S. Cushing. Lieut Chas. Wediend. C.S.N., who destiny of the Cushing at Portland, Saturday, and who lately commanded the Tacony, is a native of Reverend Ms. He entered the U. S. Naval Academy in and graduated with honor in 1860. After the wounding of the lament Huger the Maltes at New Orleans. Lieut. Read, being the Executive officer command and gallantly fought the vessel. He was slap on the Arkansas memorable engagement with the Yankee Mississippi floor and bore a His in the Florida from Mobile, and according to Northern papers who given command of the tender to the Florida, with which be captured the Tacony. She bring a he turned present the crew to her.
The capture of the U. S. Cushing. Lieut Chas. Wediend. C.S.N., who destiny of the Cushing at Portland, Saturday, and who lately commanded the Tacony, is a native of Reverend Ms. He entered the U. S. Naval Academy in and graduated with honor in 1860. After the wounding of the lament Huger the Maltes at New Orleans. Lieut. Read, being the Executive officer command and gallantly fought the vessel. He was slap on the Arkansas memorable engagement with the Yankee Mississippi floor and bore a His in the Florida from Mobile, and according to Northern papers who given command of the tender to the Florida, with which be captured the Tacony. She bring a he turned present the crew to her.