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" and direct him to remain on the blockade of Santiago at all hazards, assuming that the Spanish vessels are in that port... "
New American Navy - Page 266
by John Davis Long - 1903
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McClure's Magazine ..., Volume 12

American literature - 1899
...to Santiago de Cuba to convoy the collier " Stirling." 2. You will communicate with Commodore Schley and direct him to remain on the blockade of Santiago...assuming that the Spanish vessels are in that port. 3. Tell him that I desire that he should use the collier " Stirling " to obstruct the channel at its...
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With Sampson through the War

W. A. M. GOODE - 1899
...to Santiago de Cuba to convoy the collier Sterling. "2. You will communicate with Commodore Schley and direct him to remain on the blockade of Santiago...assuming that the Spanish vessels are, in that port. " 3. Tell him that I desire that he should use the collier Sterling to obstruct the channel at its...
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THE AMERICAN-SPANISH WAR

1899
...not maintain the blockade at that place, sent the New Orleans and Sterling on the 2/th with orders to him " to remain on the blockade of Santiago at all...assuming that the Spanish vessels are in that port/' and gave instructions for the sinking of the collier Sterling to obstruct 'the channel of the harbor...
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The Abridgment ... Containing the Annual Message of the President ..., Volume 2

United States. President - United States - 1899
...company with the collier Sterling, and with orders to Commodore Schley "to remain on the blockade at Santiago at all hazards, assuming that the Spanish vessels are in that port." This order further directed that the collier Sterling should be used to obstruct the channel leading...
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The Encyclopedia Americana, Volume 16

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1904
...with the collier Stirling, and her commander, Captain Folger, was ordered to communicate with Schley "and direct him to remain on the blockade of Santiago...assuming that the Spanish vessels are in that port.* He also carried directions to use the Merrimac to block the harbor entrance, a suggestion for doing...
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The Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts ..., Volume 21

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1912
...with the collier Stirling, and her commander, Captain Folger, was ordered to communicate with Schley *and direct him to remain on the blockade of Santiago...assuming that the Spanish vessels are in that port.* He also carried directions to use the Merrimac to block the harbor entrance, a suggestion for doing...
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The War with Spain in 1898

David F. Trask - History - 1996 - 654 pages
...Orleans at Mole St. Nicolas, Sampson sent Schley a sharp order, telling the Captain, "You will . . . direct him to remain on the blockade of Santiago at...all hazards, assuming that the Spanish vessels are at that port." And Schley was ordered to block the entrance of the harbor with the collier Merrimac,...
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