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by Willis J. Abbot
Author: Willis J. Abbot
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (May 15, 2006)
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United States - History, Naval.
United States - History, Naval.
ГлавнаяЗарубежная классикаAbbot Willis JohnThe Naval History of the United States. With the capture of the "Chesapeake" in June, 1813, we abandoned our story of the naval events along the coast of the United States, to follow Capt. Volume 2. Уменьшить шрифт (-) Увеличить шрифт (+). Abbot Willis John The Naval History of the United States. Porter and his daring seamen on their long cruise into far-off seas. But while the men of the "Essex" were capturing whalers in the Pacific, chastising insolent savages at Nookaheevah, and fighting a gallant but unsuccessful fight at Valparaiso, other blue-jackets were as gallantly serving their country nearer home.
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Naval History of the United States, Volume 1, a re-issue of the Blue-Jackets of '76, and part of Blue-Jackets .
Naval History of the United States, Volume 1, a re-issue of the Blue-Jackets of '76, and part of Blue-Jackets of 1812. Peter Fenelon Collier, New York, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1890 - With Illustrations by W. C. Jackson and H. W. McVickar. The Battle of 1900 - An Official Hand-Book for Every American Citizen - Issues and Platforms of All Parties - with Portraits and biographies of the Leaders - Including the Lives of the Presidential Candidates - Co-Authored with L. White Busby, Oliver W. Stewart, and Dr. Howard S. Taylor - Monarch Book Company, Chicago and Philadelphia, 1900.
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The crew of the sloop numbered two men and two boys, beside the skipper, Gallop. Some heavy duck-guns on board were no mean ordnance; and the New Englander determined to probe the mystery of Oldham's disappearance, though it might require some fighting. As the sloop bore down upon the anchored pinnace, Gallop found no lack of signs to arouse his suspicion.
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In this excited state, wild with joy, or harassed with fear, the whole country went to sleep that March night, little dreaming that the morrow . After a long explanation of the plan before the wise authorities of the Naval Board, Capt.
In this excited state, wild with joy, or harassed with fear, the whole country went to sleep that March night, little dreaming that the morrow would change the whole face of the naval situation, and that even then a little untried vessel was steaming, unheralded, toward Hampton Roads, there to meet the dreaded "Merrimac," and save the remnants of the Federal fleet.