A Diary of American Events.

October 26.—The schooner Crenshaw of New-York, Captain Nelson, from New-York for Glasgow with a cargo of flour, was this day captured in latitude 40°, longitude 64°, by the rebel privateer Alabama, and burned.

—Indianola, Texas, surrendered to the United States gunboats Clifton and Westfield without firing a shot.—A party of Unionists attempted to land at Saint Mary’s, Georgia, but were repulsed. The gunboats then shelled and completely destroyed the town.


The Rebellion Record—A Diary of American Events; by Frank Moore

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