Shiner and King (Shiner Series)

Free download. Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device. You can download and read online Shiner and King (Shiner Series) file PDF Book only if you are registered here. And also you can download or read online all Book PDF file that related with Shiner and King (Shiner Series) book. Happy reading Shiner and King (Shiner Series) Bookeveryone. Download file Free Book PDF Shiner and King (Shiner Series) at Complete PDF Library. This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats. Here is The CompletePDF Book Library. It's free to register here to get Book file PDF Shiner and King (Shiner Series) Pocket Guide.

Dressed in lace and ruffles the bed very easily carries a …. With an elegant and understated style, the Pulaski Rounded Top Upholstered Headboard complements traditional and modern styles. Padded for a plush feel, the ornate shape and diamond tufted design creates a regal look in …. Bring classic elegance to your bedroom with the Kraft Nailhead Upholstered Headboard. Sleek in design, this panel headboard is well-constructed with thick padding and beautiful nail-head trim. The Kraft Nailhead Upholste ….

For a luxurious and restful bedroom design, call on the refined look of the Shelter Button Tufted Headboard. Clean lines and crisp angles add modern touches to this piece's more traditional elements like button tufting, …. This headboard boasts a sleek and contemporary design with elegant tufting and wingback design. It provides a modern feel on a classic design, and is perfectly suited to many design styles. Arrangements of cut blooms aren't the only way to bring flowers into your home.

Whether you're looking for a subtle change or a statement-making transformation, floral-printed furniture is the perfect way to revamp your space. From an industrial coffee table to a spacious buffet, we've rounded up six pieces of floral furniture that will help bring the outdoors into your space.

News Releases - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Amazon Prime Day is a two-day sale available exclusively to Prime members , and this year we're keeping tabs on kitchen appliances. From air fryers to blenders, these are the kitchen appliances we hope to see on sale this Prime Day. Start shopping on July 15 and make sure to sign up for your free trial of Amazon Prime so you don't miss out on any deals.

A Fourth of July menu calls for an equally fabulous table setting, and we rounded up some pretty, patriotic pieces for your celebration. From table runners to serving trays, here's everything you need to host the ultimate Independence Day party. From genuine leather upholstery to classic metal, we've rounded up five beds to give your room an instant refresh. Creating golden Belgian waffles that are perfectly crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside is a feat worth celebrating, but it requires the right tools.

According to Amazon reviews, this waffle maker does just that and is both easy to clean and store as well. An updated version of a timeless classic, this upholstered bed is strikingly beautiful. The headboard features folded seam, diamond button tufting flanked by upholstered wings, for a cozy touch. The warm grey, linen-like …. Pulaski Camel Back Upholstered Headboard AshClassic and sleek in design, this panel headboard is well-constructed with thick padding and beautiful nail-head trim.

A perfect addition to many room designs. Headboard 1. Tufted grooves and thick padding make this headboard not only beautiful, but functional. Use it as a comfortable place to read the latest novel, and complement any room decor with its neutral tone and effortless styling. Style is in the details. A tailored inspiration of square button tufting and piped edging keeps this upholstered headboard looking chic and comfortable however you layer it.

Patterned after the classic Raleigh chair, our bed has a high back and sheltering sides that create a cozy spot for lounging. Crafted of kiln-dried hardwood. Lay your head to rest beneath a headboard that you personalized yourself. The stencil's intricate design will have everyone thinking you custom-ordered this beautiful piece. With an elegant and understated style, this rounded top upholstered headboard complements transitional and modern styles. Crafted from solid and manufactured wood, it features a panel design with pre-drilled holes for att ….

Use it as a comfortable place to read the latest novel, and complement any room dcor with its neutral tone and effortless styling. Two rows of piping bring definition to our plush headboard, designed with a high back and scalloped corners. Crafted with a kiln-dried hardwood frame. Fully upholstered on a thickly padded frame. Upholstered portion of king size The handsome Highline Headboard by Dwell Home offers simple, clean lines and creates a wonderful focal point in any bedroom.

Upholstered in luxurious fabric and features 3 subtle, raised horizontal lines. Attaches to mos …. A loftier version of our clean-lined Simple Upholstered Headboard, this comes in a wide array of fabrics and colors. Deeply cushioned and invitingly plush, our headboard evokes the glamour of the Hollywood Regency style. Celebrate this Fourth of July in style. Best of all, some pieces are versatile enough to display all summer long. You don't need to be a pro-crafter to create gorgeous DIY projects. Your secret weapon: stencils. We rounded up some of our favorite easy-to-use options below.

Simply add the paint appropriate for the surface you're working with and brushes and you'll have everything you need to instantly elevate floors, furniture, and more. From soft and luxurious bedding to fabulous furniture finds, here's all the home goods and kitchen tools we hope to snag during the Macy's Friends and Family Sale. James Meads Sr.

Rigging the KVD Swim-N-Shiner for bass

Butler wher wounded in front of Montrey and Colenel Watson of the Baltimore volenteers wher killed the city of Monterey wher surrened to Magor General Zacherier taylor of the united States armmy by general ampudia the Mexican general on the 24 of September on thursday. Major general Winfield Scott arived on the Riogrand the 1 of February on friday for to commence operation against the Castel of San Juan Deorloa and vericruse. The Explosion of the Copper Boiler of the Steam Engine No 1 in washington navy yard the 6 day of Febuary on Saturday and it Blasted the clothes oft a Mexican that was an apprentice and frightend him so that he left the yard shortly after that.

After General Scott left vara Cruz after some forty five or fity Miles he follin with a trong fortified posision planed by General Santa anna name Cerro Gordo when general scott found they wher such a strong posision in the front the 14 of April on Wensday he turned too and Cut a road through the Mountain for to save his officers and men and on the fifteenth april on thursday in the morning when general Santa ana found him selve general Scott had takein on surprise the Battle of cerro gordo wher ended on the 18 day of April Sunday it wher said that general scott stood on a pile of shot in person until the Height of cerro wher carried.

They wher a Great Aluminations and fier works on the 8 of May on Saturday takein place in the City of Washington Celelerating the grate Battles that wher fought in Mexico by Major genreral Winfield Scott and Major general Zackariah Taylor and ther officers and men and the men that Constructed the feir Works wher named Mr Benjamin Franklin Costern and smarter little fellow as anny you could scare up in the united States and it wher a splendard affaire.

Briadeer general Franklin pierce forced his March from vera cruz with twenty five hundred men under his command and he arived in pulela the first of August on Sunday in time to Reinforce General Scot Major General Scott. Majoor general Scott takein up his line of March from pulela and his officers and men enroute for the capitol of Mexico on the 7 of August on Saturday.

Majaor general David E. Twiggs started on the 7 of August on saturday Majaor gideon J pillow left on the 8 of august on Sunday Major general John A Quitman left on the 9 of august on Monday and Brigadier general Schields left on the 10 of august on Tuesday Major general Wm G Worth left on the 11 of august on Wedsday. Brigadier general Fraklin pierce started on the 12 of august on Thursday and Major gen george Cadwalader left on the 13 of august on friday. The Commander in Chief over took them and on the 7 of august the Commander in Chief left Briadier general Thommas Childs in Com mand of puebla Captain Thorton wher killed on the 18 of august in front of the City of Mexico on Wensday.

Chapultepac wher carried by the point of the american Baynet by the orders of Major general Scott and Major general John A Quitman and Major general George Cadwalader on the 13 of day of september on Monday. Major general John A quitman Wher the first to hoist the american flal [flag]on the capitol in Mexico on the 14 of September on tuesday and after general Scott and his officers and men Made general Santa anna leave the City of Mexico and all that wher with him he thought he would go to the pueola and Route lieutenant Colonel Childs ther on the 25 of september on saturday general santa anna attacked Colonel Childs at publa but colonel childs drove him of in disorder so they didnt gave him no stoping place lieutenant while the american armmy Wher in Mexico they kept him allways Skaird up.

The Hon ex president Mr John quincy adams Died in the united States house of Representative on the 23 of Febuary on tueday at half past six oclock at night. The Treaty of peace wher Ratafied in the united states Senate between Mexico and the united states in the early part of March A fier took place on 8 Street east on the 14 of april on Saturday and the united States Brig Washington embark from Washington Navy yard the 8 day of May on Tuesday under the Command of lieutenant Wainright.

Died at his Residence in tenesee the Hon. Colonel James K polk ex president of the united U S on the 15 day of June on friday as fine a man never was When he came in as president of the U S he had his hands full for he had oregon and Mexico to content with and with the assistance of allmighty god when he left his chair he left erverthing good and faire Mr polk wher a gentelman and statesman and he followed the steps of the Hon Major general andrew Jackson as Much as anny man i ever saw Commodore henry E Ballard takein command of Washington navy yard the 1 day of october on Monday.

The Death of Charles Mcclain by the explotion of a gun wher he wher a gunner in the U S Navy at washington navy yard on the 13 day of November on tuesday. A fier broke out at philip Welles and Burnt his house down to ashes and 3 of his children and a man that wher living with them on the 25 day of December on Tuesday. The inglish sloop of war vacer left the arsenal in Washington on the 27 day of December on Thursday for england.

He notes the mechnics and laborers from the Navy Yard volunteered to rescue the cornerstone which had fallen through the canal bridge at 14 th Street. The task was accomplished to the tune of "Hail Columbia" and Yankee Doodle. The hauling up of the u s Steamer Water Witch in washington navy yard the 28 day of May on Thursday the Hon Sceratary of the navy Wm Ballard preston wher down that day and Some more of the cabinet commodore Hon E Ballard wher present wher and Captain John B Montgomry and first lieut alfred Taylor and all the other officers of the yard wher present and the Secrtary of the Navy gave them all the Ballance part of the day both Mechanics and Laborer.

Died in Washington at the presidents Mansion the Hon Major general Zachrier Taylor prendent of the united states on the 9 of July on tuesday and he was gentelman and all soilger Commodore Henry E Ballard wer present captain John B Montgumery wher presnt and lieutenant Alfred Tayor Sailing Master Charles Morris and Boatswain Wm Watter wher present and Master Builder edward foster and Joseph pagget overseer of the yard hands wher present and that day they had a drum a fife they played the fife so sweet that day that one of the colered men left capsel bars and went to dancin.

The united States steamer frigate aleghany left the washington navy yard saturday morne The u s steamer vixen was launched on 8 of march on saturday at washington navy yard and snow on the ground. The Corner Stone of the new Capitol of the United States was laid on 4 of July on friday by the president of the united states the Hon Millard filmore. The united States Steamer Water Witch left the washington navy yard on the 10 day of august on Saturday about half past ten o'clock under the command of Lieut David porter and second in command Sailing Master Charles Morris and 3 Assistance engineere P C Bogardus.

The death of a Son of Sar[geant] Major Mundel marine Sam Mundell was shot by man by the name of wells at the Eastern Branch on the 17 day of September on Wensday wells was tried by the Distrit Court on Friday and wher Sentenced to be hu[ng] on the 23 day of april on friday but the president of the u s had Mercy on his poor soul and countermanded the order and sentanced him to the u s penitentiary for life. The death of Com modore louis Warrington in Washington 12 of october on Sunday The Death of Francis Barry Sr the formly check clerk in the washington navy yard he died washington the 2 day December on Tuesday.

The library of the united states capitol was Burnt on the 24 of December on Wedsday and all the engineers and the Mechanics and laborers out of the Navy yard was order to the Capitol by order of Captain Powell of the u s navy and all the u s marines was ordered ther by Brigadier general henderson to assist putting the fier out. The Death of Noble Clemens a painter in Washington the 27 of December and Mr Clemens Was as finer Man as ever was free hearted and had cordial courtesy to evry boddy.

The first pile that were Drove for the new saw Mill by the construction of Capt Henry Benin a toraggraphical engineer of the u s armmy at washington navy yard James phillips Master mason at the north Side of the new Ship house at first of February on tuesday. Ballard and all his officers The arival of the Mail Steamer Baltic on the 26 of February on friday in front of alexandria.

James Mc cuen had kee cap knack out of place the 25 of may on tuesday at the washington navy yard. The first sone that wer laid for the ornanc[e] Shop in the washington navy yard on the 19 day of June on saturday by the instructions of capt Henry Benam of the Toorgraphical Corps of the army engineers and the master Bricklayer Mr cross and the quartermen mr Robert Doyle. The Death of the Hon Mr Henry Clay a Senator of the united states he Died on the 29 of June on tuesday in washington and he were a gentelman and aa a great statesman as ever step his foot in the Senate for they were nothing came that ever befor the Senate in mr Clays time that were Danarous to the country but what he were Willing to put it down ameiately to Restore peace and harmony to all both north and south east and West for then were a great excitement in both houses of congress and the heaven know what would of bein the Result then.

Died in washington adjutant general Rodger Jones of the u s armmy he died on the 15 of July on thursday and he wer a soilger and a gentelman. Washington navy yard The starting of the Copper Rolling Mill engine by mr Wm Ellis Chief engineer of the Navy Yard on the 18 day of august on wensday and Com modore Henry E Ballard were present and Capt L M powell wer present that day and and first lut Tilton were present and Mr John Ober were present Mr Wm ellis made great impresion in washington navy yard in regards to Machinery for the engines he made they seirved like they would work they Selves for when he came to the yard in they wher but one engine in the yard and when he left the yard in he left 7 engines all in operation.

Washington City the Death of Sargent Major venoran Dolitsey a uncommissiond officer of the u s marine corps a staff officer he died on the 8 day of october on friday. Commodore Charles W. Morgan takein command of the washington navy yard on the 12 of october on tuesday commodore Henry E Ballard and all his officers and master Workmen Received him with grate honor as usual a salute was fired for him and commodore Henry E Ballard give his command to him that day 12 October on tuesday The united States Steamer frigate fulton left washington navy yard on the 19 day of December on Sunday.

The trial of the u s steamer Water witch engine and her Machinery at washington navy yard by William ellis Chief engineer ont on the 29 of December on Wensday. Died in Command of the washington navy yard Commodore Charles W Morgan on the 5 day of January on wedsday at washington navy yard and were buried on the 6 of January on Thursday The mechanics answered the roll in the morning and after diner stoped out of the gate and got ready for the fuernal. The Statute of the Hon Major general andrew Jackson ex president of the u s were dedicated in washington on the 8 day of January on saturday and he were as great man as lived and the general had no Respect of persons and were always willing to give Justice to those that Deserved it as far as in his power and every office he held he wher true to his country.

The united states steamer Water witch left the washington navy yard on the 14 day of Jany on friday and Run ground by the u S arsenal at Washing [ton]. The united states steamer Fulton left the washington navy yard the 15 day of January on saturday with Hon Wm R King vic president of the united states and his family. The united states steamer water Witch left the u s arsenal at washington on the 17 day of January on saturday morning at Half past six oclock.

The arrival of the u S Steamer Alleghany in front of the U S arsenal at waShington the 17 th of october on monday and She ran aground there on Tuesday morning the 18 th of october and She got underway for to come up to the navy yard and she got as far as Blagdens wharf and She ran a ground again She never got up to the navy yard until six oclock at night and orders was Sent down to transfer her crew to the Receiving Ship at Norfolk.

L M Powell and his officers and a formal salute of the guns was fired allowed to a Secretary of the navy he was Escorted on board the alleghany by Capt. Joseph Paggett master labour between the new ordnance shop and the mould loft the 10 th Day of December 18 on Saturday Commenced laying the tracks of iron for the marine Railway by Capt W P Sango civil engineer and Mr Edward foster master carpenter the 28 th day of november on monday the first Stone that was laid for the new saw mill By Mr W P Sango and Mr James phillips Mr John Tucker a quarterman to his father Mr James Tucker [Here follow three lines which are heavily crossed out and illegible they probably related to the fire Michael Shiner had mentioned previously.

There was excurSion of the navy School Children under the inStruction of Mr J H Peak Mr william Dixon and Mr S marks [The following two sentences have been crossed out and are not legible] tha I have not the time to mention [illegible] the u s arsenal a Cross the eastern Branch and I have been informed that they had a blessed time of it. The death of George Edwards formily a member of the Marine band and he use to play the Bugle and he was a Splendid Player as ever was heard on the Bugle he was liked by General Henderson he attended him often as the Doctor did and Lieutenant Charles henderson visited him until his death He has left to mourn his lost a wife and three Children Him and his wife use to work industrious to gethr he A industious hard working man the 3 rd day of June on Tuesday 74 Captain Hiram Paulding taken Command of the washington navy yard on the 31th day of January on monday And he was received by Capt L M.

Steamer Vixen by W M ellis chief engineer of the washington navy yard under the Command of C w morris Sailing master of the yard on the 9 th day of february on wensday They went nearly 44 miles Down the river the Same Day The Engine was moved out side on account of the pounding and making much noise and then she started again on the 25 day of April Tuesday by Matt Hunt Chief Engineer.

John Rose a foreman of Mr. James Phillips the master mason the 19 th day may on Friday the second Commence laying of the Bricks for th new saw mill by Mr. The Raising of the Stem Post of the U. Powell and Edward Sloan and Sailing master C. The Departure of the U. Mitchell and his officers on the 8 th day of December on Friday. Charles E. Williams the Timber inspector of the washington Navy yard the 11 th day of December on Monday.

The Raising of the Rudder part of the U. Steam Frigate Minasota by the Constructor S. Pook and Mr Edward Foster and the quarterman and the journey man an the Ship Carpenters and Laborers the 18 th day of December on monday. The first part of the keel for the new Steamer Minasota was raised by W. Pook and Mr Edward Foster and the quarterman the first day of November on wensday. Sango and mr Phillips master mason on the 30 th day of October on Monday. Pook and Mr. Edward Forest and Master C. Morris and Mr. George Wilmot the 10 th day of November on Friday.

Morris and the boatswain Georg Wilmot the second day of of Oct on monday B. Curran and Luis Maruson quarterman.

Jim Pfeffer King Shiner Lure

Morris and Boatswain George Wilmot and B. Bean Engineer George Cunningham quarterman on Tuesday. Pook Mr. Edward Foster Mr. John Smith after they had got the keel dressed out- plain they Closely Examined it by the Constructors and it was in good condem immediately i am only givin a Small Siz the Shop was Commence on the 14 th June on Wensday. Sango and James Phillips master mason on the 5 th day of July on Wensday. Brenham Topographical Engineer of the U. The death of Com John Downs of the U. Navy died at the Charlestown Navy yard on the 11 th day of Aug.

The death of Brigadier genl Nathan Touson of the U. Army on the 20 th day of July on Thursday he was ages old as ever Lived at Canda duran the War The death of Capt. Esby on the 28 th day of July on Saturday. The Hon. Brigadier genl. Dobson Secretary of the Navy and the Hon Maj genl. Cass U. Steamer Engineer to visin to old point Comfort the President was onard with the former. Powell and Joseph Lammon first Lieut and master C.. Morris all this is in Dress uniform on the 23 rd day of June on Friday. The Sun and the moon fell in Contact with each other on the 26 th day of May on Friday Evening at four o clock and they Was not invisible as we expected.

The first day of June on Friday it rained all day and it rained 2 nd day of June on Satturday and it Commenced Clearing away at. The Death of George Noble he fell from the stack of the ordnance Brass Gun foundry at the north East of the upper part of the Stack on the 9 th day of June on friday and he died the 10 th day of June on Satturday he was a Smart and good conductive young man may the lord Bless him and have mercy on his soul and he was rigger by profession and an English man by Birth and he leaves a wife and two Childness. Esby on the 20 th day of July on Thursday. A Sade accident occurrdin washington Navy yard in the iron Foundry in Cassing a large Cylinder for the u.

Steam Friget Fulton and through Some misfortune or Reastin it Exploded greadly for while althou by the assistance of Kind Providence Mr Bland Stuck to it and his men with great Silvance Commodore H Paulding and his Family was ther all the officers of the yard and there Family awas there thanks to the kind Providence above there was nobody hurt There Capt. The nebraska Bill the bill Passed the united states Senate on the 26 th day of may on friday at 12 oClock at night and one Hundred Guns was fired as a Salute the 26 th day of may on friday those Guns was Brass pieces 12 pounders Boat Howitzer and were cast in the washington navy yard under the instructions of Lieutenant J A Dahlgren.

George Plant and died on friday morning at Three oclock the 23rd of february Sanger and James Phillips Master mason in the washington navy yard on the th day of february on friday The house of the honorable Colonel Thomas H Benton Caught a fire on the 27 th Day of february on Tuesday and it was ConSumed a Great many valuable papers and Books and it was so Cold that water would Freeze in the hose as fast as they Would pump it they Could have Saved more of the house only for the Scarcity of water. They finiShed framing of the u S Steame frigate mineSota at the washington navy yard the Constructor S M Pook and mr edward foster and their Quarterman and the last after cant peice of wood was Shiped on the first day of February on Tuesday on the larboard Side.

Setting Down of the anvil Block by purchase that was rigged by Sailing master C. Sangor and the Chief engineer Mr henry Hunt and M. George Wilson Foreman and Mr. Joseph Padgett overseer of the yard hands the 4 th day of april on Wensday There was a Couple of gentleman came the washington Navy yard on the 7 th day of april on Satturday With a qurk for a experiment he proceded South of the North West end of the new ordnance Shop then running north of the ordnance Shop Then turning east again north of the rocket Shop. The new trip hammer was placed in it poSition on the 10 th dayof april on tuesday amd it was completed by a young man by the name of Coffee from Philadelphia on the 12 day of april on thursday.

Sanger James phillips master mason the north west Corner of the old Black Smith Shop the 21th Day of april on thursday. The Staging gave way inside of the united States Steamer Minasota and no person was Seriously hurt thank the Lord on the 28 th day of april on Satturday. I have Seen Several ships Launched of Diferent classes in the Washington navy yard and have always seen them set up the ship three times before launching The articles that Mr. After the Launch of the minaSota the u S Steamer Engineer came along side of the wharf the south Side of the Ship House near to the Shears and Landed the President and his Cabinet the marines was ordered to the right into line under the command of Captain Robert TanSel and the Boon Rifleman to the left under the command of first lieutenant henry ober and three Splendid Rolls from the Drums and a handsome present of arms from the u S marines and the Boon Rifleman.

There was a Little misunderstanding in putting the Ship on the Stocks And They had to Raise the ways Some two feet And a half aft and lower them forward and where She when out She Sprung Some of her Beams and Broke Some of her knees and Thank the kind providence that it was no worse on the first of December on Satturday. There was a Fine dinner furnished by the Government to the mechanics and Labours of all Classes in the mold Loft in the washington navy yard after the launch of the united States Steamer frigate minasota and they had a Plenty of to eat and they Conducted them Selves well as any Men as I have ever seen in all my life Commodore Forrest French And his officers Deserves the greatest Credit for preparing for the launching of the vessel and for warning all persons to keep out of danger and with the assistance of kind Providence every thing went off beautifully and handsomely on that day an not a soul was hurt and the mechanics that was selected by the Superintend the Dinner was from Different Departments The dinner was furnished by a man out side the navy yard and it was a splendid one And Those mechanics that that was Selected from Different Departments in the navy yard they acted as a committee and conducted the whole affair well in the first of December on Satturday.

And after the Dinner was over a parcil of Bread and meat An other eatables was Give to me and when I got out Side of the Navy yard and coming up Six Street and I had some on my Shoulder and the Some Grease was running all over my Clothes and I happened to stop for to rest my Self and then was a whole Company of Dogs following me I tried to Drive them Back and they Surrounded me and was about to take me prisoner.

The first Bricks that was laid for the Shop for the Trip hammer in washington navy yard by orders of Captain W. Sanger Civil Engineer and James phillips master mason the 30 th day of May on wensday. The arrival of the united States Light house Cutter at Washington navy yard on the 30 th day of may on wensday. The Death of Brigadier General Brashaw formly he belong to the united States army and at one time Commanding officrs at fort Monroe He died on the 18 th day of may on friday at Saint Louis. The death of Lieutenant Colonel Samuel miller of the u S Marine Corps he died in Command of the Philadelphia Station the 9 th day of December on Sunday He was great soldier as ever lived for the 24 th day of August on Wednesday I seen him with my own eyes marching to Blades Barge [Bladensburg MD]to meet the enemy like a man and he got wounded and may the Lord Bless him and I hope that his soul is at rest in Heaven for he died with the honour of his Country.

The Sword of the Honorable major General andrew Jackson was presented to the united States houses of Congress the Senate and the house of reperesentatives The Battle of new orleans the 8 th day of January The Launching of the united States Steam frigate Roanoke at the Gosport navy yard the 13 th day of December on Thursday I am sorry to say that she met with a serious accident in Launching of her she had such a Sadder Jar that She filled with water soon after She Was Launched.

The arrival of the united States Steamer fulton With her officers and crew at the washington navy yard on the 30 th of June on monday. The Death of a young man by the name of JackSon mcCoy A Watchman in the Washington navy yard on board the u S Steam frigate minaSota he fell from the after olive Deck off a Beam head foremast Down in the Kelson about four oClock in the morning the 16 th day of January on monday And died the 19 th of January on Satturday An buried the 20 th day of January on Sunday and the Death of Commodore Charles morris of the united States navy in washington the 27 th Day of January on Sunday.


  • Young ladies of their time: Emma Woodhouse vs. Cher Horowitz?
  • Publisher Description.
  • Population Info.
  • Shiner:Stoned Lyrics | LyricWiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia!
  • Reward Yourself.

A fire Broke out in the Tank Shops in the washington Navy Yard on the 7 th day of February on Thursday about half past seven o'clock in the morning it was discovered by the watchman by the Name of Lewis the anacotia fire company was There and Exercised all the energy in extinguishing the fire the Columbia Fire Company was present and the Perseverance fire company was present and all So the American Fire Company was present.

Balch and Dr Edwards was present And the master workman and the quarterman of the yard and the mechanics and Laborers of all classes was present and worked with vigor in trying to extinguish the fire on the 7 th day of February on Thursday. Com modore French Forrest after the fire was out Gave all the mechanics a half of the day to change their Clothes and dry them Selves on the 7 th day of February on Thursday. Washington navy yard april the 11 th on friday The united sSates Iron Steamer allegany was hauled up on the new marine Railway in fine Style it was the first vessel in that improvement And I under Stand that She is to be the fitted out for a receiving Ship Com modore French Forrest and Captain Joseph Lanman.

And first Lieutenant J hunter and 2 nd Lieutenant G. Balch and the Boatswain was present. The Arrival of the united States Steamer Dispatch at the washington navy yard on the 9 th day of april on wensday. The united States Steam frigate mainaSota main mast Was Shiped the 30 th day of april on wensday Lauching of the u S Steamer alleghany off the new marineway on the 2rd day of may on friday and Two men natives of ireland Was thrown from the Cap Stand and was Severely hurt.

The mizen mast of the u S Steamer minaSota was put on Board the 6 th day of may on tuesday. The arrival of the u S Steamer water witch at the washington navy yard under the command of Captain Page the 8 th Day of may on Thursday. The Honorable J C Dobbins the Secretary of the navy visited the washington navy yard and Commodore Joeseph Smith And The Chief Engineer mr martin and they was received by Com modore French Forrest and his officers on the 9 th Day of may on friday and he was escorted on Board of the u S Steam frigate MinaSota for the purpose of see in the machinery work on that day.

A Nail Cutting machine was Recommended by Mr henry Hunt Chief Engineer of the washington navy yard and Mr Matthew Mcnally and it was approved of by the Department and Commodore French Forrest and his officers and it was tryed on the new Copper Rolling mill and it Proved to be good on the 9 th day of may on friday. They commenced putting the first Standing Riggin on the u S Steam Frigate minasota over her formast the Bolsters on first and then Pennant on the 21th day of may on wensday. The united State Steamer alleghany was towed away by the u S Steamer Engineer under the Command of Captain Page to Baltimore for to releive the receiving Ship untario on the 26 th day of may on Satturday.

The united States Steam frigate minaSota Built in Washington Navy Yard Embarked for philadelphia on the 28 th day of July on Monday and got a ground on the same day South West of the navy yard and they had one or two of these Small Tug Boats assiting inTrying to get her off and they got her off on Tuesday the 29 th of July And then Taken her in front of the u S arsenal and She Stayed there until the 31 th of July on Thursday and then they Taken her to alexandria and then She moved from there on the first day of august on friday for Her destination under the command of Captain Engraham and aCompanyed by the u S Steamer Engineer.

The arrival of the united States Steamer frigate minaSota at the Philadlphia navy yard on the 4 th day of august on monday under the command of Captain Engraham and his officers It is no manner of use in Saying which is the Best of those Six large war Steamers Because the Sea will Prove the mechanic Fare well minaSota that was built in the washington navy yard I hope that all Six of them may turn out well But I have A Particular Reference to the minaSota Because She was Built. The 2 nd vessel that was hauled up on the marine railway at the Washington navy yard was the united States Steamer water witch on the 4 th day of august on monday Commodore Frenc Forrest and Captain Joseph Lanman and first Lieutenant Johnson and 2 nd Lieutenant G.

The 4 th day of october on Tuesday And on the 4 th day of october on Satturday her Crew was Transfered. The third vessel That was hauled up to the new marine Railway was the Steam mud machine on the 21th day of october on Tuesday. The United States houses of Congress Senate and house of Representatives assembled their Selves To gether on the 3 rd of December on monday and Elected a Speaker to the house of Representatives until the 2 nd day of febuary on Satturday it was never know Since it has Been the united States for the house of Representatives to be that Long with a Speaker at Last the Task involved on the Honorable nathan P Banks from massachusesetts.

Accident occured at the Honorable major General Lewis Cass Senator of the united States he fell from the east end of the Patent office at Washington DC on the 8 th day of february on friday. The united State houses of the Senate and house of Represenatives adjourned on the firs of august on monday and they was Called To gether again on the 21 st oay of august on Thursday and They was Called Together by the Honorable Brigadier General Franklin Piercce president of the united States And the Reason they was called Back they had left the most important Business unfinished that was to appropriate money for the army which was Done the 30 th day of augist on Satturday and then Congress adjourned.

The Death of the major General J. There was a grand Democrat Procession in the City of washington on the 27 th day November on Thursday. TheLaunching of the mud machine off the new marine Railway The first of December on monday. And on the 9 th day of february on monday the ice was piled up in front of Geesboro upwards of Ten feet Then we had another Freeze and the Potomac and the Eastern Branch was Closed up again on the 14 th of february on friday And She broke up again on Satturday.

Gentleman here is Something that I have never Seen about here Before as Ccold as it had Been I Seen with my own eyes the 2 nd day of February on Monday a getting Ice at the north gable End of the Ship house in the Washington navy yard the Ice was eighteen or nineteen inches Thick. They Commenced hauling the u S Steam frigate fulton up on the new marine railway at the washington navy yard on the 7 th day of february on Satturday.

Commodore E. Lavalette Present Capt C. Sango and Lieutenant G. Balch Mr. Davis men present And Mr James philips men was present. Hume from alexandria va and it Appears that those Gentleman was at the Presidents on friday night the 27 th of february and Some Difficulty occurred between those Two Gentleman and which it appears on Satturday Mr Hume Called at the pension office where Colonel Lee was and it appears that they come to harsh words with each other then from that to Blows and it ended by Colonel Lee Shooting Mr Hume killing him instantly.

The United States Steamer water witch left the washington navy Yard on the 17 th day of february on tuesday under the Command of Capt Lovel. A Sad accident occurred at the washington navy yard a Labour by the name of oconnel a native of ireland had his leg fracture on the 27 th of march on friday. A Labour by the name of Fenwick in Mr Padgett Gang fell from the Eves of the old ordnance Shop on the 30 th day of march on monday. Launch of the united States Steamer fulton off the new marine railway on the 5 th day of april on wensday.

The first Stone that was layed for the New Shell house in the washington navy yard by the the order of Captain william Sango Civil Engineer and Mr philipps master mason on the 20 th day of may on Thursday. The honorable Secretary of the Navy Mr Toucy visited the Washington navy yard on the 30 th of may on Satturady And was received by Commodore Lavalette and his officers. The arrival of the united States Steamer water witch at the Washington navy yard With a draft of 70 odd men for the united states Sloop of war plymouth the 11 th day of June on Satturday.

The honorable Secretary of the navy Mr Toucey visited the washington navy yard the 2 nd time on the 23 rd day of June on Tuesday and was Received by Commodore Lavalette and his officer and then was Escorted on Board of the u S Sloop of war Plymouth under the Command of Captain John A Dalhgren and his officers and they fired a Salute and Maned the yard. The first day of June on monday the Election taken Place in Washington city and there was a great excitement among the People at different precincts.

There was about fifteen or twenty men gone from Baltimore in time of the election was going on. Dalhgren and first Lieutenant Gatsby Jones on the 2 nd day July on friday. The Death of the honorable william L. Henry hunt Chief Engineer of the washington navy yard put the new engine and the whole of the Machinery in operation in the new machiner Shop. The first Brick that was Layed for the office of the Clerk of the Yard the 24 th day of July on friday. The first piles that was drove for the extension of the East wall at Washington navy yard on the 23 rd of July on Thursday.

The first Bricks that was Layed for the Shell house the 3 rd day of august on monday. The Death of the honorable Secretary of the Navy J. Sango on the 12 th day of august on wensday and Superintended by Mr Joseph Padgett overSeer of the yard hands and they was one week removing it and Was removed to the South East Corner of the ordnance Shop. The atlantic telegraph Cable was laid Between the Two Goverments The united States and great Britan as far as my memory goes it parted on the 11 th day of august on Tuesday.

The first Starting of the new Engine No 2 in the washington navy yard in the new Boiler Shop on the 5 th day of September on Satturday. The first Stone that was laid for the Extension of the East wall at the Washington navy yard onhte 7 th day of September on monday. The Starting of number two Engine for good and making of the Bell Boats And all the Boiler Shop machinery at the washington navy yard on the 24 th day of September on Thursday and all the machinery Worked handsomely.

The united States Steamer fulton Sailed from washington navy yard under the Command of Captain almer on the 10 th day of october on Wensday. The first stone was laid for a large ice house in washington navy yard by the orders of Captain W. Sanger on the 14 th day of October on wensday and the Brick caved in an caught two Labours and one was a native of germany and the other of ireland. The first keel that was laid for those Bell Boats 83 was Built in the washington navy yard on the 23 rd day of october on friday by the orders of Captain W. Sango and Mr Joseph Padgette Was present when it happened.

The uper Part of the Eastern Branch was frozen over Clear a Cross on the 23 rd of november on monday. Lauching of the mud machine off the new marine Railway on the first of December on Tuesday. The members of Congress held a Caucus in the new house of Represenatives on the 5 th day of December on Satturday. And the first Setting of Congress inthe the new house of Represenatives on the 7 th day of December on monday The Surrender of major General walker commander in Chief of the Fillibuster army Surrendered him Self and his forces to Commodore Hiram Paulding who waS in command of the home Squadron at Niguruiga on tuesday the 8 th day of December and it is a Great Blessing that he fell in the hands of Commodore Paulding.

Although great many People think he committed a error But I believe now the people of this country that are well Wishers of their fellow men believe that it was a great piece of Charity restored on General walker and his men by Commodore Paulding arresting him. I am in hopes that the people of this country Will appreciate Commodore Paulding proceedings and all such men like him that will look out for the honour of their Country and the wellfare of the People as General walker fell into the hands of Commodore Paulding Rather then for him to fall into the hands of great Britain or any other nation for when General walker was there before they Suffered misery and Death and God knows what would Be the fate this time if any Surrendering to be Done let it to your own country When a man has violated his laws with or on his responsibility let him Submit to his law like a man A visit to the washington navy yard by Diferent Tribes of indians on the 27 th day of January on wensday They were escorted to the marine Barracks And there they was engaged in their former way of Dancing Something Similar To a Spanish Fandango Sometime their Clothes on and Sometimes off.

Sango Civil Engineer. The first Cylinder that was CaSted for the new marine railway in Washington navy yard on the 29 th day of January on friday by the instructions of Mr Hoffnagle maSter moulder and Mr andrew Lenord Quarterman. Captain Turner had Snow piled up in the Washington Navy Yard for to Commence filling the ice house for There was a great appearance of a Scarcity ice on the 15 th day of february on monday. They Commenced filling the ice house with Snow on the 16 th day of february on tuesday and by order of Commodore Lavallette and Captain Tierney and Mr Joseph Padgett overSeer of the yard hands and the remainder of the officers of the yard the ice house waS nearly filled The last Ice That was put in Ice house in the washington navy yard on the 6 th day of march on Satturday.

Actions and Detail Panel

The first iron That was worked by the Long hammer in the new forge Shop in the washington navy yard on the 15 th day of march on monday Mr James Tucker master Black Smith of the washington navy yard with Mr James Tucker quarterman and it forged reasonably well. A visit was paid to the washington navy yard by admiral Pacha of Turky and his officers on the 19 th day of march on friday And was Escorted Commodore Lavalette and Captain C. Turner and Captain J. Dalhgreen and [line crossed out] Lieut Patterson and various other gentleman.

The first pile that was drove for the addition of the Boiler Room in the washington navy yard bythe order of Captain W. Sango Civil Engineer and mr Padgett overSeer of the yard hands on the 29 th day of marhc on monday. The Second piles That was Drove for the addition to [line illegible] the new marine Railway in the waShington navy yard by the orders of Captain W.

Hauling of the united States Steamer water witch on the new marine railway at washington navy yard on the 6 th Day of may on Thursday. And on the 8 th day of may on Satturday They hauled her Within ten feet of her foremast Touching the Ship house. The Presentation of a Silver Pitcher and Goblet to Commodore Lavalette by the master workman and mechanics of the washington Navy yard on the 12 th day of may on wensday. Commodore J. Rudd Taken command of the washington navy yard on the 15 th day of may on Satturday.

The u S Steamer water witch arrived at the washington navy yard on the 26 th day of may on wensday under the command of Captain J. Rodgers by a Special order of the Department and Commenced to unloading her. The Cylinder of the Hyerodaolic waS placed in its poSition in the upper Ship house in the washington navy yard For hauling up vessels on on the 26 th day of June on Satturday by Mr henry hunt Chief Engineer of the washington Navy yard and Mr.

Bright quarterman. A young man by the name of inlafer Belonging to the united States marine Corps accidently got Drowned whilst Batheing in the waShington navy yard on the 26 th day of June on Satturday. The Laying of the first Stone for the new anchor Shop in the washington navy yard by the order of Captain W. The united States Steamer artic arrived at washington Navy yard on the 24 th day of July on Satturday.

The first vessel that was hauled up by that hierodrolic Power In washington navy yard waS the united States Steamer water witch on the 19 th of august on wensday.

More titles to consider

The u S mail Steamer Central america was Lost on her way from California to new york on the 12 th day of august on wensday. Commenced Launching the united States Steamer water witch on the 24 th day of august on wensday. And finshed Launching of the united States Steamer water Witch on the 25 th day of august on Thursday. The united States Steamer fulton Left washington navy yard on the 22th day of September on wensday. The first Bricks that was laid for the new anchor Shop in the Washington navy yard by the orders of Captain W.

Sango Mr James Philipps master mason on the 27 th day of october on wensday.


  • The Log of a Sea-Waif Being Recollections of the First Four Years of My Sea Life.
  • M. (Matthew) William Shiner!
  • Mit Liebe in Resonanz (German Edition).
  • Shiner, Texas seduces travelers with more than just good beer - CultureMap Dallas;
  • Also By This Author;
  • Grimm Tales.
  • Shopping Cart.

Dalhgren the 8 th day of December on wensday and in coming up to the navy yard She got a ground Below the old Sugar House and there She remained. The united States Sloop of war plymouth was got off on the 9 th day of December on Thursday and arrived at the Navy yard. The arrival of the united States Steamer Dispatch at the washington navy yard on the 26 th day of December on Sunday.

The united States Sloop of war Plymouth Left the washington navy yardunder the Command of Lieutenant murray of ordnance on the 28 th dayof December on tuesday And was towed out by the united States Steamer Dispatch. And she never got off until the 29 th day of December on wensday. The honorable Aron Brown Postmaster General was Buried on the 10 th day of march on Thursday and orders come Down from the Department to washington navy yard to Commodore John Rudd on the 9 th day of march on wensday that the Day he was to Buried The mechanics and Labours Should come In and anSwer Their muster and walk out of the yard.

The united States Steamer artic Lef washington navy yard on the 10 th day of march on Thursday. Commodore John Rudd Left washington navy yard on the 3 rd of april on Sunday. A Fire Takein Place in the north west part of washington navy yard in the Boiler room on the first day of may on Sunday. The arrival of the united States Steamer fulton At the washington navy yard on The first day of may on Sunday. The united States Steamer water witch at the washington navy yard on the 2th day of may on monday. The united States Steamer water witch Left the washington navy yard on the 3 rd day of may on Tuesday.

The united States Steamer fulton Left the washington navy yard on the 4 th day of may on wensday. The arrival of the united States Steamer anacosta at the washington navy yard on the 26 th day of may on Thursday. Finished Hauling of the united States Steamer ancosta up the new marine Railway at washington navy ayrd on the 31th day of may on tuesday. Commodore Buchanan Taken Command of the washington navy yard on The 30 th day of may on Tuesday. The Death of william Nokes and James wilson in washington navy yard by the explosion of a Gun and others wounded on 14 th of July on Thursday Commenced moving out of the old anchor Shop in washington navy yard by the order of Commodore Buchanan and Captain Charles Turner and Captain W.

Sanger into the new anchor Shop by the superintendence of James Tucker Master BlackSmith and James Tucker quarteman on Friday the 15 th day of July on Friday afternoon when the funeral taken place orders were given by first Lieutenant murray of the wshington navy yard a the Roll Office that all the mechanics and labour Should answer their Starboard and Larboard Muster and pass out the main Gate to attend the funeral of the men who was killed The arrival of the united States Steam frigate minaSota at Charlestown navy yard massachusetts under the Command of Captain Dupont on the 29 th day of July on friday.

They finished Launching The united States Steamer anacosta on the 3 rd day of august on wensday. Hauling up of the united States Steamer anacosta Stern foremast on the marine railway at washington navy yard on the 22th day of august on Satturday. Commenced working the new Engine in the new anchor Shop in the washington navy yard on the 22th day of august on monday. The arrival of Expresident Brigadier general franklin Pierce and His Lady at Charleston massachusettes on the 27 th day of august on monday Lauchin of the united States Steamer anacoSta at washington navy yard on the 26 th day of august on friday.

The united States Steamer anacosta from washington navy yard with a load of freight under the Command of Captain filbrown at a quaterpast one oclock and She got in the mouth Turkey Buzzard Creek This Side of washington arsenal and There was a Tremendous Storm and She was Blown a Shore in fron of the indian assylum on the 17 th day of September The Death of honorable John mason minister to France he died in france on the 3 rd day of october on monday in Disharge of his duty in Bhalf of his County and in Presidents Polks time he was appointed and conformed as attorney General Then when Mr polk appointed the honorable Mr vancroft That was Secretary of the navy minister to england Then the Honorable Judge mason was transfered from attorney General Seat to full The Seat of the Secretary of navy.

The President of the united States James Buchanan received a dispatch From harpers fery on the 17 th day of october on monday That a man by the name Captain John Brown and his party had taken posession of Harpers ferry and The Goverment arms and the honorable James Buchanan President of the united States and the honorable Isaac Toucy The Secretary of the navy Sent orders Down to Colnel John Howard commanding officer of the marine Corps at washington for all marines That was active for to Dispatch off to harpers ferry and it was done immediately and the marines was Commanded By Lieutenant Green of harpers ferry they was Taken in Command by Colonel Rober Lee at that time a full Colonel in the united States army and Captain John Brown and his party was captured.

The Hauling of the united States Steamer anacosta on the new marine railway at washington navy yard on the 28 th day of November on monday. And finished hauling up of the united States Steamer Ancosta on the new marine railway at washington navy yard on the 29 th day of november on tuesday Stern foremast her main mast with two feet of the Ship house. Launching of the Steamer anacosta at washington navy yard on the 2 nd day of December on friday. The Dedication of the honorable General Washington Statue in washington DC on the 22th Dayof february on wensday the President of the united States the honorable James Buchanan and his cabinet was Present and Chief Justice Taney of the Supreme court of the united States and the other four Judges and several Govenors of Diferent States Was present and a great number of Spectators was present and the united States marines under the Command major terrett and Several volunteer Companys of washington and The 7 th Regiment from new york and the horse Company from Charles County undder the command of Captain lawer Cox and the whole of the Military was under the Command of major general JeSup.

South Carolina Seceded from the union on the 15 th day of December on friday. Honorable abraham lincoln arived in washington on the 2 of march on Saturday and takin his seat on 4 of March Fort Sumter Command by Major anderson were fiered upon on the 12 th of april on friday. Steward Secretary of State. And on the 22 nd of april onmonday there were Different companys ordered in to washington navyyard to guard the government property and the same time the navy yard under the command of Captain John A Dalhgren Who Deserves great credit for he stood by the Government and Fought for it in the Darkness of its hours and long may he live.

Adn on the 22 nd of april on monday they commenced Hauling flour from the Different Ware houses in Washington DC and Georgetown to the Capitol of the united States There was Senators and Representatives Garerding in the Washington navy yard on monday night the 22th of april The 7 th new york Regiment arrived in washington on the 23d Day of april on tuesday. The 21th new york Regiment arrived in Washington on the 18 th day of may on Thursday.

Seward and Thanks Be to the Almighty. A proclamation whereas on the 22nd day of September a proclamation was issued by the president of the united States that on the first of Jan all persons held as slaves within any state or part of whom a state shall then be in Rebellion against the the United States the Slaves shall henceforth and forever free and the government of the United States including the military and naval authorities thereof will recognize and maintain the freedom of such persons and will in any efforts s they may make for their own freedom now Therefore i Abraham Lincoln President of the United States by virtue of power in me rested as Commander in Chief of the army and navy of the united states in time of actual armed rebellion against the authorities and government of the united States and as a fit and necessary war measure for suppressing Said rebellion Do on this first of Jan Declare all persons held as Slaves free henceforth and forever free.

The Battles of geterBurge wher fought Between general meads And general lee on the Second an thrid of July general Lee had foreMen to general meads One general Meads him foughs on his own ground. VixksBurge where Surrendred to Major general grant and of the united States armmy on the 4 of July Major General pemberton of the Confederate armmy and after the victory where gained by the federals arms the government Began to know her Strenth.

Before he Came out on the porch to take his [seat] the wind blew and it rained with out inter mistion and as soon as Mr Lincoln came out the wind ceasis blowing an the rain ceased raining and the Sun Came out and it was near as clear as it could be and calm and at the mean time there was a Star made its apperence west rite over the Capitol and it Shined just as bright as it could be And when Mr Lincoln went down That verry Same day on thursday the 23 rd of March there came up o herician of wind and blew as if the heareen an earth whear coming to gether.

It is worthy of perusal and the author Michael Shiner was a patriot. May he rest in peace. Captain W. Crowly U. Army Michael Shiner His Book. Significant racial tension was evident at the WNY from its beginning as the Department of the Navy attempted with some limited success to manage a workforce of white mechanics and laborers with free blacks and significant numbers of slaves.

See Dudley, page and Sharp pages Navy Yard Hill was for most of the 19th century the residential area immediately around the Washington Navy Yard.

admin