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Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion
Vista completa - 1922
A. H. Foote Actg Acting Rear-Admiral Army arrived Assistant attack batteries blockade boats Brigadier-General Cairo Canby Captain charge City Colonel Columbus Commanding Commodore communication crew Department directed dispatch Division duty enemy enemy's engineer February fire Flagship force forward Galveston Gideon give Grant gunboats guns H. K. Thatcher Headquarters heavy Henry honor immediately instant ironclad Island January John land leave Letter Lieut Lieutenant Louis Major-General March Master miles Mississippi Mississippi Sound Mobile Bay morning mortar boats naval Navy Department night obedient servant officers opened Ordnance Orleans passed Pensacola position present proceed ready rebel received regarding request respectfully returned river schooner Screw Secretary sent shell ship shore shot soon steamer Telegram Tennessee transports troops Tyler U. S. Army U. S. Navy vessel Washington West Gulf Squadron Western wheel
Página 272 - I have the honor to be, captain, very respectfully, your obedient servant, J.
Página 127 - States, do hereby make known that, if, after a reasonable time shall have elapsed for intelligence of this proclamation to have reached any foreign country in whose ports the said privileges and immunities shall have been refused, as aforesaid, they shall continue to be so refused, then- and...
Página 557 - The slight resistance at Fort Henry indicates that the best open earthworks are not reliable to meet successfully a vigorous attack of iron-clad gunboats, and, although now supported by a considerable force, I think the gunboats of the enemy will probably take Fort Donelson without the necessity of employing their land force in co-operation, as seems to have been done, at Fort Henry.
Página 422 - This was no ordinary shock of arms; it was a long and trying contest, in which our troops fought by detachments, and always against superior numbers. The 7th of November will fill a bright page in our military annals, and be remembered with gratitude by the sons and daughters of the South.
Página 37 - SIR: I have the honor to report that, in obedience to your orders, I...
Página 590 - SIR: — In consideration of all the circumstances governing the present situation of affairs at this station, I propose to the Commanding Officer of the Federal forces the appointment of Commissioners to agree upon terms of capitulation of the forces and fort under my command, and in that view suggest an armistice until 12 o'clock to-day.
Página 173 - All existing military and naval orders in any manner restricting internal, domestic, and coastwise commercial intercourse and trade with or in the localities above named, be, and the same are hereby, revoked, and that no military or naval officer in any manner interrupt or interfere with the same, or with any boats or other vessels engaged therein under proper authority pursuant to the regulations of the Secretary of the Treasury. "ANDREW JOHNSON.
Página 647 - Columbus, the Gibraltar of ,„ , , the West, is ours, and Kentucky is free, thanks to the brilliant strategy of the campaign by which the enemy's center was pierced at Forts Henry and Donelson, his wings isolated from each other and turned, compelling thus the evacuation of his stronghold of Bowling Green first, and now Columbus.
Página 127 - although, on the other hand, they have not at any time failed to protest against and declare their dissatisfaction with the same. In the view of the United States no condition any longer exists which can be claimed to justify the denial to them by any one of...