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6-pounder Admiral Cervera Admiral Sampson April April 22 attack auxiliary cruisers battery battle battle-ship blockade blockhouse boats bombardment boys of 98 cable Cadet Caney Captain captured Cardenas cavalry Cavite Cienfuegos coal command Commodore Congress consul crew cruiser Cuban deck Dewey El Caney enemy enemy's Engineer Ensign entrance exploded fight flag flag-ship forces fortifications four Guantanamo gunboat gunners Havana Hobson Hongkong infantry insurgents island June Key West killed land launch Lieutenant Madrid Manila Manila Bay marines Merrimac miles Mirs Bay morning Morro Castle naval navy o'clock officers Olympia opened fire port Porto Rico President protected cruiser rapid-fire guns rifles San Juan Santiago de Cuba Santiago Harbour schooner Señor sent Shafter shell ships shore shot signal smoke soldiers Spain Spaniards Spanish fleet speed squadron steamed steamer thousand yards tion tons torpedo torpedo-boat troops United vessels volunteers war-ships Winslow wounded York
Страница 42 - That the United States hereby disclaims any disposition or intention to exercise sovereignty, jurisdiction, or control over said island except for the pacification thereof, and asserts its determination, when that is accomplished, to leave the government and control of the island to its people.
Страница 35 - Second, that it is the duty of the United States to demand, and the government of the United States does hereby demand, that the government of Spain at once relinquish its authority and government in the island of Cuba, and withdraw its land and naval forces from Cuba and Cuban waters.
Страница 83 - The squadron maintained a continuous and precise fire, at ranges varying from 5,000 to 2,000 yards, countermarching in a line approximately parallel to that of the Spanish fleet. The enemy's fire was vigorous, but generally ineffective. Early in the engagement two launches put out toward the Olympia with the apparent intention of using torpedoes.
Страница 198 - Neutral vessels lying in any of the ports to which the blockade is by the present Proclamation extended, will be allowed thirty days to issue therefrom, with cargo. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the Seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the City of Washington, this twenty-seventh day of June, AD, 1898, and of the Independence of the United ' ' States the one hundred and twenty-second.
Страница 107 - The President, in the name of the American people, thanks you and your officers and men for your splendid achievement and overwhelming victory. In recognition he has appointed you acting rear-admiral and will recommend a vote of thanks to you by Congress as a foundation for further promotion.
Страница 55 - ... the usage of nations accompanies an existent state of war between sovereign powers. " The position of Spain being thus made known, and the demands of the United States being denied, with a complete rupture of intercourse by the act of Spain, I have been constrained in exercise of the power and authority conferred upon me by the joint resolution aforesaid, to proclaim under date of April 22...
Страница 86 - On May 2, the day following the engagement, the squadron again went to Cavite, where it remains. "On the 3d the military forces evacuated the Cavite arsenal, which was taken possession of by a landing party. On the same day the Raleigh and Baltimore secured the surrender of the batteries on Corregidor Island, paroling the garrison and destroying the guns. On the morning of May 4 the transport Manila, which had been aground in Bakor Bay, was towed off and made a prize.
Страница 83 - At 7 AM the Spanish flagship Reina Cristina made a desperate attempt to leave the line and come out to engage at short range, but was received with such a galling fire, the entire battery of the Olympia being concentrated upon her, that she was barely able to return to the shelter of the point.
Страница 286 - I regard this complete and important victory over the Spanish forces as the successful finish of several weeks of arduous and close blockade, so stringent and effective during the night that the enemy was deterred from making the attempt to escape at night, and deliberately elected to make the attempt in daylight. That this was the case I was informed by the commanding officer of the