2 edition of Returns of provisions, small stores & clothing at the Gosport Navy Yard, April 1861. found in the catalog.
Returns of provisions, small stores & clothing at the Gosport Navy Yard, April 1861.
Virginia. General Assembly.
|Contributions||Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||J87 .V714 1861|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||2003576533|
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A very large amount of stores and provisions had been abandoned for want of transportation, and among the stores was a quantity of clothing, blankets, etc., which had been provided by the States south of Virginia for their own troops. The pile . NAVAL: Southern sympathizers attempt to block Gosport Navy Yard, Norfolk, Virginia, by placing obstacles in the channel, but the attempt proves ineffectual. The USS Powhatan under Lieutenant David D. Porter arrives at Fort Pickens, Florida, and disembarks an additional troops to bolster the sailors and marines already deployed.
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Get this from a library. Returns of provisions, small stores & clothing, at the Gosport Navy Yard, April March 31 [Virginia. Governor ( Letcher); Virginia. General Assembly.] -- Ma Communication of Governor Letcher to the General Assembly regarding the returns of provisions, small stores and clothing at the Gosport Navy Yard as of Ap In the Gosport Navy Yard (GNY) was the premier Naval Station for Uncle Sam here along the banks of the Elizabeth River, but in March of the winds blew with an uneasiness that the images below can not capture.
On Saturday night, April 20th,the Gosport Navy-yard was evacuated by the U. Government troops. General Taliaferro. During the Civil War, countless significant records of early Gosport Navy Yard were destroyed. The exceptional preservation and survival of this list, is a direct consequence of the document being filed with the papers of the Secretary of the Navy Commanding Gosport Navy Yard in was the Commandant, Commodore Jesse Wilkerson.
On Apthe Civil War began when shots were fired on an unfinished fort in Charleston that thunderous opening salvo, the naval battles to control the Atlantic coast that followed–daring, savage, and often deadly–were not only crucial in determining the outcome of the war and the fate of a nation, but would change the face of naval warfare forever/5(4).
NAVY-YARD, WASHINGTON, D.C., Octo SIR: By order of the commandant of Washington Navy-Yard, and with the approval of the Navy Department, I have prepared a history of the said navy-yard from its origin to the present time, and have turned it over for supervision, etc., to the commanding officer of the yard, Captain Meade, preparatory to its publication by.
2) Four ALS. Three as Commander of the Navy Yard, New York (, and ). The fourth to Commodore Stewart at the Philadelphia Navy Yard dated 4 June regarding the Secretary of the Navy's direction to build a steamship. 3) ADS dated 5 MayNavy Commissioner's Office.
Minute book, Accession 1 volume. Minute book, 28 August April and 21 Decemberof the Alexandria Union Association of Alexandria, Virginia, consisting of the minutes of the association, list of members and some accounts. One loose page contains what appears to be a list of members’ dues.
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The daily exchange. [volume] (Baltimore, Md.)FebruImage 1, brought to you by University of Maryland, College Park, MD, and the National Digital Newspaper Program. When the Confederates captured the yard on Apthey got not only the salvageable Merrimack and the yard's drydock and shops but also more than heavy cannon and tons of powder for them.
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Whereas on the 15th day of April,the President of the United States, in view of an insurrection against the laws, Constitution, and Government of the United States which had broken out within the States of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas, and in pursuance of the provisions of the act entitled.
TO J. GILLESPIE. SPRINGFIELD, J HON. JOSEPH GILLESPIE. MY DEAR SIR:—I write this to say that from the specimens of Douglas Democracy we occasionally see here from Madison, we learn that they are making very confident calculation of beating you and your friends for the lower house, in that county.
In he was ordered to the command of the Gosport U.S. Navy-yard, and in he destroyed a large amount of property there, to prevent its falling into the hands of the Confederates. He was placed on the retired list, 21 December,and promoted commodore. 4 April, —. O n Apthe New York State legislature authorized the mustering in of 30, volunteers for the state militia.
Turners from the New York City area began volunteering and promptly filled five companies – A through E – of an all-Turner regiment. NAVY NEWS MARCH SHIPS OF THE ROYAL NAVY " No. H.M.S. ASHANTI. THE WANDERING WARRIOR Varied role for Tribal leader. Life is a mixed bag for H.M.S.
Ashanti. leader of the Tribal Class of. EDITORIAL BOARD. George W. Carey is a professor of government at Georgetown University, where he teaches American political theory. He is the author or editor of several works, including In Defense of the Constitution (Liberty Fund, ) and, most recently, A Student’s Guide to American Political Thought (ISI Books, ).
He was for thirty-five years the editor of the. the navy yard, Brooklyn, on Thursday, as an escort to the steamer Parkersburgh and Day-light.
The latter will lay off Cape May to await the appearance of the Monticello. The steamship Mount Yeruen has been char-tered and goes to the navy yard at Brooklyn, to be fitted out as a gunboat. The steamship Roanokt has berths fitted up. On Octoa conspiracy to release the prisoners in the Ohio Penitentiary and Camp Chase and McLean Barracks came to light.
Six of the leaders were arrested. Columbus, a United States war vessel of 94 guns, was, in anticipation of a rebel attack, destroyed at Gosport Navy-yard, Ap The report of the Secretary of the Navy shows that in March,the total number of vessels belonging to the Navy was ninety, carrying 2, guns and a complement of 7, men, of which sixty-nine ships were available, and this valuable navy was rapidly increased by construction and purchase.
Gosport Navy Yard at Norfolk, Forts Sumter.The small lines and fly About this time the lines, did not come into use until about gaflf was introduced, and was abandoned after being used some ten 3'ears. In the commencement of the mackerel fishery, the crews, with some few exceptions, continued through the entire season.