FEB 17TH 1866 ARRIVALS AT THE ATLANTIC HOTEL
A. j. Cavaund
FROM NEW YORK
MR. & MRS. Simon Leland
Jason M Hunt & wife
Capt. E. Kappen
A. Stuart Donnan
COL. J.M. French
Major R.S. Davis & Servant
FROM THE CITY? (NORFOLK?) NOT SURE, DOESN'T SAY
William E. Ellington
S. W. Toler
Jonathan G. Mosby jr.
Capt. W.H. Harrison
J.E. Robbins (Richmond Whig)
R.B. Witter jr. (Richmond Sentinel)
Myers W. Fisher
J.D. Wood jr.
Lewis T. Mann
Dr. A. J. Clarke
William J. F. Peed
George F. Griffith
Jonathan C. Langhorne
Jonathan s. Braxton
George D. Happer
George H. Peck
William P. Mercier
COL. J.H. LEE
Samuel M Newburn
Capt. J.T. Lawson
Jonathan F. Wall
FEB 23 1866
Another Excursion Party arrived in this city yesterday, from Petersburg. We hope they will enjoy themselves and return well pleased with their trip to "our common Harbor". Among them were teh following:
Merchants: George V. Scott, L.L. Marks, N.M. Tannor,Andrew Foster, Chamberlayne Talley, E.L. Lunsford and others:
J.N. Nichols, President of the Petersburg gas works
Thomas f. Goodrum, chamberlain of the city and many other prominent citizens
COMMODORE R.B. Hitchcock, mommanding this Nanval Station, paid an official visit to His Imperial Majesty's corvette D'Estaing lying at the naval anchorage, Wednesday morning and received the customary saltue.
The Steamship Chicamauga once commanded by LT. John Wilkinson , of this city, is to be brought from Wilmington to the navy yard here for repairs. She was once a blockade runner.
MARCH 12 1866
The U.S. Steamer Bienville arrived at Gosport Navy Yard yesterday at 12pm. The Bienville came from NY where she was fitted.
Her Tonnage is 1558. She comes to the Gosport yard for the purpose of going into dock, where she now lies, and of receiving her supplies and stores previous to her departure for the west indies.
The Steamer Escort salied from Old Point Yesterday for New London Conn. She was formerly owned by the United States, but was lately sold to parties in the Baltimore area $26,000. It is the intention of her owners to put her on the route from Norwich Conn. to NY for which it is said, she is admirably suited.
MARCH 17 1866
We are gratified to learn from the INDEX that the prospects indicate a heavy contribution from the Petersburg merchants to the cargo of teh Ephesus soon to Arrive at Norfolk for Liverpool.
It is rumored that the Macedonian is ordered to the Gosport Navy Yard, to refitted as a school ship, for the midshipmen at the Naval Academy.
Arrivals at the Atlantic Hotel on March 26 1866
JONATHAN P. MCANLIFFE ENFIELD NC.
MRS. W.R. ANDREW WITH CHILD & SERVANT
MRS. ALBERT JOHNSON
W.J. WIESS OF CHARLESTON S.C.
JOHN LYNCH U.S.N
RICHARD C. SCOTT
OFF THE STEAMER NIAGRA
OFF THE STEAMER NY
MARCH 19 1866
LIST OF OFFICERS OF TEH U.S. STEAMER BIENVILLE
COMMANDER - REED WERDEN
LT. COMANNDING & EXECUTIVE OFCR. H.B. SEELEY.
ACTING VOL. LT. C.J. GIBBS & W.R. HATEAWAY.
ACTING MASTER H.C. NIELDS
ACTING ENGSIGN. W.N. SMITH
SURGEON WILLIAM JOHNSTON JR.
PASSED ASSIST. SURGEON J. J. SOWERBY
ASSIST. PAYMASTER C.S. PERLEY
CHIEF ENGINEER, W.H. HUNT
ACT. FIRST ASSIST ENGINEER C.W. PENNINGTON
ACT. 2ND ASSIST. ENGINEER, J.T. BUCKLEY
ACT. 2ND ASSIST. ENGINEER M.C. HEATH
ACT. 2ND ASSIST. ENGINEER J.S NESEN
ACT. THIRD ASSIST. ENGINEER J.F. COSTER
ACT. THIRD ASSIST ENGINEER C.F. ENGGREEM.
MARCH 31 1866
The United States monitor Miantanomah, Commander J.C. Beaumont, arrived at the navy-yard
from Washington city yesterday morning. She is on her way to New York, and put in here for coal.
under our shipping intelligence, it will be seen that Captain J.M. Berrien, U.S.N. states that James Island light vessel (Chesapeake Bay) has resumed her station.