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" The carnage, havoc and dismay, caused by our fire, compelled them to haul down their colors, and to hoist a white flag at their gaff half-mast, and another at the main. The crew instantly took to their boats and landed. Our fire immediately ceased, and... "
The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ... - Page 9
1883
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The First Year of the War

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1863 - 406 pages
...Our fire immediately ceased. The Beaufort was run alongside, with instructions from Captain Buchanan to take possession of the Congress, secure the officers as prisoners, allow the crew to land, and burn the ship. Lieutenant Parker, commanding the Beaufort, received the flag of the Congress...
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The First Year of the War.

Edward A. Pollard - 1863
...Our fire immediately ceased. The Beaufort was run alongside, with instructions from Captain Buchanan to take possession of the Congress, secure the officers as prisoners, allow the crew to land, and burn the ship. Lieutenant Parker, commanding the Beaufort, received the flag of the Congress...
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Southern History of the War: The First Year of the War

Confederate States of America - 1864 - 389 pages
...Our fire immediately ceased. Tho Beaufort was run alongside, with instructions from Captain Buchanan to take possession of the Congress, secure the officers as prisoners, allow the erew to land, and burn the ship. Lieutenant Parker, commanding the Beaufort, received the flag of the...
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The lost cause: a new southern history of the war of the Confederates ...

Edward Alfred Pollard - History - 1866 - 752 pages
...another at the main. The little gunboat Beaufort was run alongside, with instructions from Capt. Buchanan to take possession of the Congress, secure the officers as prisoners, allow the crew to land, and burn the ship. The Congress was within rifle-shot from the shore, and as the Beaufort came...
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The Lost Cause: A New Southern History of the War of the Confederates ...

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1867 - 752 pages
...another at the main. The little gunboat Beaufort was run alongside, with instructions from Capt. Buchanan to take possession of the Congress, Secure the officers as prisoners, allow the crew to land, and burn the ship. The Congress was within rifle-shot from the shore, and as the Beaufort came...
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MEMOIRS OF SERVICE AFLOAT, DURING THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES

ADMIRAL RAPHAEL SEMMES - 1869
...gaff, and half-mast another at the main. The crew instantly took to their boats and landed. Our fire immediately ceased, and a signal was made for the...Congress, secure the officers as prisoners, allow the men to land, and burn the ship. He ran alongside, received her flag and surrender from Commander William...
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Memoirs of Service Afloat: During the War Between the States

Raphael Semmes - 1869 - 833 pages
...gaff, and half-mast another at the main. The crew instantly took to their boats and landed. Our fire immediately ceased, and a signal was made for the...Congress, secure the officers as prisoners, allow the men to land, and burn the ship. He ran alongside, received her flag and surrender from Commander William...
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My Adventures Afloat: A Personal Memoir of My Cruises and Services in 'The ...

Raphael Semmes - Alabama (Confederate cruiser) - 1869 - 833 pages
...main. The crew instantly took to tlieir boats and landed. Our fire immediately ceased, and a sigual was made for the Beaufort to come within hail. I then...Congress, secure the officers as prisoners, allow the men to land, and burn the ship. He ran alongside, received her flag and surrender from Commander William...
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History of the Confederate States Navy from Its Organization to the ...

John Thomas Scharf - United States - 1886 - 824 pages
...difference of report as well as of opinion. Capt. Buchanan says that, on seeing the white flag, " Oar fire immediately ceased, and a signal was made for the Beaufort to come within hail. I then ordered Lieut. Commanding Parker to take possession of the Congress, secure the officers as prisoners, allow...
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Service Afloat: Or, The Remarkable Career of the Confederate Cruisers Sumter ...

Raphael Semmes - Alabama (Confederate cruiser) - 1887 - 833 pages
...gaff, and half-mast another at the main. The crew instantly look to their boats and landed. Our fire immediately ceased, and a signal was made for the...Congress, secure the officers as prisoners, allow the men to land, and burn the ship. He ran alongside, received Ler flag and surrender from Commander William...
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