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" The ship filled so rapidly, however, that before we had made much progress the fires were extinguished in the furnaces, and we were evidently on the point of sinking. "
Library of Southern Literature: Biography - Page 4768
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The History, Civil, Political and Military, of the Southern ..., Volume 4

Orville James Victor - United States - 1861
...rapidly, however, that before we bad made much progress the fires were extinguished in the furnace* uud we were evidently on the point of sinking. I now hauled...the enemy of our condition. "Although we were now bnt four hundred yards from each other, the enemy fired upon me five times after my colors had been...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States with ..., Volume 6

United States - 1865
...and aft sails as were available. The ship filled BO rapidly, however, that before we had made much progress the fires were extinguished in the furnaces,...colors, to prevent the further destruction of life, and despatched a boat to inform the enemy of our condition. "Although we were now but 400 yards from each...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States with ..., Volume 7

United States - 1865
...of sinking. I now hauled down my colors to prevent the further destruction of life, and despatched a boat to inform the enemy of our condition. Although we were now but four hundred yards from each other, the enemy fired upon me five times after my colors had been struck,...
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Report of the Secretary of the Navy

United States. Navy dept - 1864
...aval lab!.. flie ship Idled so rapidly, however, that before we had made much progress the tires wo extinguished in the furnaces, and we were evidently on the point of sinking. I now hnulr i down my colors to prevent the further destruction of life, and despatched a boat to inform...
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Annual Reports of the Navy Department: Report of the Secretary of the Navy ...

Naval art and science - 1864
...availableThe ship tilled so rapidly, however, that before we had made much progress the fires w'1' extinguished in the furnaces, and we were evidently on the point of sinking. I now hnnled down my colors to prevent the further destruction of life, and despatched a boat to inform the...
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Papers Relating to Foreign Affairs, Part 2, Volume 1

United States - 1865
...and aft sails as were available. The ship filled so rapidly, however, that before we had made much progress the fires were extinguished in the furnaces,...colors, to prevent the further destruction of life, and despatched a boat to inform the enemy of our condition. "Although we were uow but 400 yards from each...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 3

United States - 1865
...and aft sails as were available. The ship filled so rapidly, however, that before we had made much progress the fires were extinguished in the furnaces,...colors to prevent the further destruction of life, and despatched a boat to inform the enemy of our condition. Although we were now but fonr hundred yarde...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 2

United States - 1865
...and aft sails as were available. The ship filled so rapidly, however, that before we had made much progress the fires were extinguished in the furnaces,...evidently on the point of sinking. I now hauled down my colora, to prevent the further destruction of life, and despatched a boat to inform the enemy of our...
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Correspondence Concerning Claims Against Great Britain: General appendix ...

Alabama claims - 1869
...and aft sails as were available. The ship filled so rapidly, however, that before we had made much progress the fires were extinguished in the furnaces,...and we were evidently on the point of sinking. I now hanled down my colors, to prevent the further destruction of life, and dispatched a boat to inform...
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Correspondence Concerning Claims Against Great Britain: General appendix ...

Alabama claims - 1869
...were available. The sliip filled so rapidly, however, that before wi> had made much progress the lires were extinguished in the furnaces, and we were evidently on the point of sinking. I полу hauled down my colors, to prevent the further destruction of life, and dispatched a boat to...
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