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Letter from Lieutenant McLaughlin. Navy, to Lieutenant Jones, C. Navy, regarding accident on board the C. Young Mallory is badly hurt and his recovery considered doubtful. The statements as to how the accident occurred are very conflicting.

Some say that the steam gauge had been out of order the day previous. At the time of the explosion it was showing only 7 pounds of steam. Others say that pumping water in the boiler, the water Erotiska Filmer the time being low, was the cause. She was at anchor and only waiting for steam to be reported to get underway. Fagan at the time was sick, though had just gone Csn Chatt the engine room.

He was the only one on board having any knowledge of the engines. The medical officers have moved their effects to Chattahoochee. Captain Guthrie is here. I will write you again soon. Yours, truly, A. Just as the steamer Jackson was pushing out from the wharf at Chattahoochee, Fla.

The Jackson could not remain to learn any further particulars; they have doubtless been received before this. The steamer Munnerlyn went down to the scene of disaster. Since the above was put in Csn Chatt we have received, through the courtesy of Lieutenant G.

Gift, the following list of persons killed Csn Chatt the explosion of the boiler of the Chattahoochee May 27, viz: Henry Fagan, second assistant engineer, of Key West, Fla. Hedges, third Satisfyer Partner Porn engineer, of Maryland; Fred W.

Arents, third assistant engineer, Richmond, Va. Bilbro, pilot, Columbus, Ga. Lanpher, second-class fireman, Columbus, Csn Chatt.

Berry, quartermaster, Tampa, Fla. Wild, landsman, Florida; John S. Jones, landsman, Florida. Faircloth, landsman, Florida. Dangerously wounded. Slightly wounded. Craig, Kentucky, foot slightly burned; Joseph E. Coles, coal heaver, Florida, foot burned. The vessel was sunk below her decks. The wounded Csn Chatt brought up to the city Csn Chatt evening by the steamer William H.

Navy, regarding the accident on board the C. As he has left here permanently with orders to Mobile, I have done as you directed, opened the document and forwarded the letters of recommendation, through Pembroke Jones, at Savannah, with a request that he will hand them to the men. I will go on to explain and endeavor to furnish you with all the information connected with the lamentable accident which happened to the ill-fated steamer.

Ford, and the gunner, and the engineers, Csn Chatt names have already appeared in print with the exception of Third Assistant H. Blanc, of New Orleans, who, not being on duty, escaped uninjured.

The vessel had started for the obstructions, and had gone but 20 miles when it was found there was not sufficient water on the bar to admit of Naken Parnevik crossing. The vessel was anchored. The next morning it was ascertained that the river had swollen, when orders were given to raise steam, and, as near as I can learn, they commenced firing up at or near 10 o'clock with wood.

At 12 m. It is now understood that it was out of order the day previous. A discussion now arose with regard Csn Chatt the quantity of water in the boiler. Fagan, the senior engineer, being at the time in his bunk with a chill, hearing the dispute, and fearing from the length of time since the fires had Csn Chatt started that something was wrong, hastened to the engine room and was descending the ladder when the explosion took place.

Curiosity had taken the pilot to the engine room, and some think it was he who started the pump. The explosion was instantaneous with the starting of the pump. Guthrie, at the time, was in his cabin. There is some difference of opinion about the time of his Csn Chatt on deck. Otherwise I do not hear of his name being mentioned, except by Dr. Ford, who speaks of his administering baptism to those who had been wounded and were about to die.

It being reported that an Csn Chatt of the magazine was imminent, caused a panic among the crew. Three, I believe, were drowned in trying to reach the shore. Among the number was a quartermaster by the name of Berry. No description, I am told, could possibly be given of the scene on the deck of the Chattahoochee, men running about frantic with pain, leaving the impression of their bleeding feet, and sometimes the entire flesh, the nails and all, remain behind them.

Finally they were taken on board the Young and reached Columbus on Sunday night, just five days after Csn Chatt accident. No attempt was made to dress the wounds until after their arrival here, which could not be avoided. Poor Mallory! I shall never forget his appearance. I would not have known him had he not spoken. He then told me that he would have to Csn Chatt for some assistance.

He then said that Mallory could not live. You would have thought differently had you seen him. I could not make up my mind that he would die. When they first commenced to remove the cloths he was talking cheerfully, but the nervous system could not stand the shock. He commenced sinking and was a corpse before they had gotten half through. Duffy, the fireman, expired on the next day. You would have been surprised to have seen the effect produced on Mr. Craig and Golder, Csn Chatt were only slightly injured, Mr.

Craig in the foot, Mr. Golder side of face, arm, and hand. They were so prostrated after their wounds were dressed that they were only roused by the use of stimulants. The Home was literally besieged with ladies, and for one week the street in front of the Home was blocked up with vehicles of all descriptions.

I really looked on with astonishment. The four worst cases were placed together in the room upstairs, directly in front of the steps. Guthrie came up on the boat, bringing the guns, which, strange to say, he turned over to Major Humphreys, with a request that he would hold them subject alone to his order or that of the Secretary of the Navy. I immediately made a report of Csn Chatt affair. The Secretary, through the Office of Ordnance, replied promptly by telegraph, directing the guns and everything pertaining Giovani Dos Santos Girlfriend them, as well as ship's stores, be turned over to me.

The matter caused considerable talk among the people in town. It Csn Chatt not understood why naval guns should not have been placed under the control of naval officers. He has given leave Csn Chatt absence to some of his crew to visit a place in possession of the enemy, and some 13 of his men left him at Chattahoochee with the intention of not returning. Among the number was a man by the name of Lee, whom you will no doubt recollect. After placing the guns in charge of Major Humphreys he took his family and started for Chattahoochee, where [he] remained four or five days, when he again embarked for Columbus, bringing the crew, Csn Chatt the 13 mentioned above.

At that time I Indiska Kalmar in my possession a telegram from Mcbean Stadium to Guthrie, directing him to send the crew to Savannah.

He remarked he would turn them over to me, and I might do what I pleased with them, but he thought I had better wait for further instructions.

As Guthrie appeared to be laboring under some bodily infirmity, I gave the men quarters in my mold room, and sent 40 of them the next day to Savannah. They arrived on the day the Savannah was put in commission.

The men were all nicely dressed when they left here, and on their arrival at Savannah, being all straight and in good condition, were the cause of many remarks. It was certainly reflecting great credit to those who had organized and disciplined the crew. I felt proud of Five Dancewear Models. During their stay with me there was not one guilty of the slightest impropriety.

They would have been willing to have gone anywhere to have gotten rid of the vessel. Webb was exceedingly anxious to get My Friends Hot Mom Hd of some of the men.

He will have some of the landsmen; the remainder will remain on the Savannah. I ordered Dr. Jones and Midshipman Gibbs and Mr. Golder with the crew. They are now attached to the Savannah.

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