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Amanda. Union. Bark, 598 tons. Cargo of hemp and sugar. Out of Bangor, Maine, or Boston. En route from Manila, Philippines, to Queenstown, Ireland. Was captured and burned on November 6, 1863, by CSS Alabama in the East Indies or Indian Ocean. (ORN, 2:502, 707, 779; 3:681; Semmes, Service Afloat, 688-89; Hearn, Gray Raiders, 210.)

Delphine. Union. Bark, 705 tons. Cargo of rice. Out of Bangor, Maine. En route for Akyab, Burma from London. Was captured and burned by CSS Shenandoah in the Indian Ocean on December 29, 1864. Six of its crew became crewmen on the CSS Shenandoah. (ORN, 3:760, 787,

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807; Shomette, Civil War Shipwrecks, 185; Hearn, Gray Raiders, 272.)

Emma Jane. Union. Ship, 1,097 tons. Out of Bath, Maine. En route from Bombay, India for Amherst. In ballast after it was unable to get a cargo because of news that a Confederate commerce raider was nearby. Built in 1854 at Bath. Was captured and burned by the CSS Alabama on January 14, 1864, off Malabar in the Bay of Bengal at latitude 7° 59' south, longitude 76° 4' 45" east. (ORN, 2:630, 795; 3:681; Semmes, Service Afloat, 723; Hearn, Gray Raiders, 218; Summersell, Boarding Officer, 173-74.)

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