2 edition of Facts connected with the cruise of the United States steam frigate Merrimac found in the catalog.
Facts connected with the cruise of the United States steam frigate Merrimac
|Statement||By William Geoffroy|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 26967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. incl. tables.|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Facts connected with the cruise of the United States steam frigate Merrimac, commanded by R.B. Hitchcock, commander, late the flag ship of the Pacific squadron, during the years, & Journal of a cruise made to the Pacific Ocean, by Captain David Porter, in the United States frigate Essex, in the years, and containing descriptions of the Cape de Verd Islands, coasts of Brazil, Patagonia, Chili, and Peru, and of the Gallapagos Islands: also, a full account of the Washington Groupe of islands, the manners, customs, and dress of the inhabitants, &c.
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The following is taken from the Confederate Column of the Portsmouth Star, conducted by Colonel William H. Stewart, published in serial issues of Ma April 3, We are pleased to announce that the ?doc=Perseus:textchapter= Commander Benjamin F.
Tilley to Rear Admiral William T. Sampson, Commander, North Atlantic Fleet U. N E W P O R T, Key West, Florida, June 6th, Sir: There are some facts connected with the capture of the Spanish steamer “CATALINA” of which you have not been informed. I therefore make the following statement of facts in the case as observed from this vessel: On the morning of Table of Contents Page Preface vii Chapter 1 The Human Element in Naval Strength 1 Chapter 2 Command and Operations: Section I -- General comment 3 Section II -- Command 3 Section III -- Initiative 4 Section IV -- Naval directives 4 Section V -- Information 5 Section VI -- Cooperation with Army, with Allies, and with Merchant Marine 6 Section VII -- Doctrines of action 6 Chapter 3 Bases /w/war-instructions-united-states-navyhtml.
Hand book of the United States navy: being a compilation of all the principal events in the history of every vessel of the United States navy.
From April,to May, (New York, Van Nostrand, ), by Bradley Sillick Osbon (page images at HathiTrust) UNITED STATES STEAM FRIGATE MERRIMAC program had begun for the South at Gosport but with certain problems as John V.
Quarstein points out in his book C.S.S. Virginia Mistress of Hampton Roads the following: Despite shrewd success, Mallory did err with his shipbuilding program; he delegated responsibilities among several individuals Shortly after the close of the administration of John Adams, the second President of the United States, a great national exigency arising from the French aggression upon our commerce, assisted by an eloquent appeal of Benj.
Stoddard to the House of Representatives, induced Congress, on the 25th day of February,to make an appropriation of The Merrimac was formerly the United States frigate of the same name, which, it will be recollected, was partially burned, and then sunk at the time of the destruction of the Gosport Navy Yard, by the officers of the United States government, in order that she might not fall into the hands of the Hearings before a Special committee to investigate conditions in the American merchant marine, United States Senate, Seventy-sixth Congress, first session, pursuant to S.
Res. (75th Congress) a resolution creating a Special committee to investigate conditions in the American merchant ?type=lcsubc&key=Merchant marine. United States, 51 quoted in part, is pertinent to the reasoning of this decision: But being such officer, thus appointed of any grade on the active list, he may be retired with a rank higher or lower than that which belongs to his office whenever Congress sees fit so to :// /title-list-alphabetically/a/ An address, to the members of the Merrimack Humane Society, at their anniversary meeting in Newburyport, Sept.
1, by: Spring, Samuel, Published: () A sermon delivered before the Merrimack Humane Society, at their anniversary meeting, Newburyport, September 4, / by: Dana, Joseph, The Union and Confederate Navies. In order to understand the condition of the United States navy init is necessary to glance at the state of affairs during the twenty years before the war.
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