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" Virginia [Merrimac], however, was a large target, and generally so near that the Monitor's shot did not often miss. It did not appear to us that our shell had any effect upon the Monitor. "
Virginia and Virginians: Eminent Virginians ... History of Virginia from ... - Страница 431
по Robert Alonzo Brock - 1888 - 813 страници
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History of the Confederate States Navy from Its Organization to the ...

John Thomas Scharf - 1886 - 824 страници
...afterward the turret revolved rapidly, and the guna were not again seen until they were again fired. We wondered how proper aim could be taken in the very...generally so near that the Monitor's shot did not oiten miss. It did not appear to us that our shell had any effect upon the Monitor. We had no solid...

The Life of John Ericsson, Томове 1–2

William Conant Church - 1890 - 36 страници
...immediately afterward the turret revolved rapidly, and the guns were not again seen until they were fired. We wondered how proper aim could be taken in the very short time the guns were in sight. It did not appear that our shell had any effect on the Monitor. Musketry was fired at the look-out...

The Life of John Ericsson, Том 1

William Conant Church - 1891 - 660 страници
...immediately afterward the turret revolved rapidly, and the guns were not again seen until they were fired. We wondered how proper aim could be taken in the very short time the gnus were in sight. It did not appear that our shell had any effect on the Monitor. Musketry was fired...

A History of the United States Navy, from 1775 to 1893, Том 2

Edgar Stanton Maclay - 1894
...labored and the want of practice in working the machinery that revolved it. Lieutenant Jones says : " We wondered how proper aim could be taken in the very short time the guns were in sight." The only view the men in the turret had of the outside world was over the muzzles of their guns, which...

Camp Fires of the Confederacy: A Volume of Humorous Anecdotes, Reminiscences ...

Ben La Bree - 1898 - 560 страници
...immediately after the turret revolved rapidly, and the guns were not again seen until they were again fired. We wondered how proper aim could be taken in the very...miss. It did not appear to us that our shell had any tA sailing frigate of 1.867 tons, mounting 50 pun*. She haJ i crew of 434, of whom there were no killedand...

A History of the United States Navy, from 1775 to 1898, Том 2

Edgar Stanton Maclay - 1898
...labored and the want of practice in working the machinery that revolved it. Lieutenant Jones says : " We wondered how proper aim could be taken in the very short time the guns were in sight." The only view the men in the turret had of the outside world was over the muzzles of their guns, which...

Confederate Military History: A Library of Confederate States History, Том 12

Clement Anselm Evans - 1899
...immediately afterward the turret revolved rapidly, and the guns were not again seen until they were fired. We wondered how proper aim could be taken in the very short time the guns were in sight. The Virginia [Merrimac], however, was a large target, and generally so near that the Monitor's shot did not often...

Confederate Military History: A Library of Confederate States ..., Том 12

Clement A. Evans - 2004 - 560 страници
...immediately afterward the turret revolved rapidly, and the guns were not again seen until they were fired. We wondered how proper aim could be taken in the very short time the guns were in sight. The Virginia [Merrimac], however, was a large target, and generally so near that the Monitor's shot did not often...
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