Sailed.; Steamships Nashville, for Charleston; Jamestown; for Norfolk, From the S.W.
Spit Steamship Atlantic, for Indianola, (at 7 A.M.) From Quarantine Steamship Illinois,
for Indianola, (at 6 A.M.). The bark Rapid, for Vera Cruz, has anchored in Quarantine.There
are a large number of outward-bound vessels at the S.W. Spit.
New York Times, March 12, 1861.
Southern Ocean Steamer Movements.
CHARLESTON, Saturday, March 9.
The United States mail steamship Nashville. Capt. L.M. MURRAY, from New-York, arrived
here at 6 o'clock this (Saturday) afternoon.
New York Times, Monday, March 25, 1861
Steamship Columbia. Berry, Charleston, mdse. and passengers to Spofford, Tileston
& Co. Sunday. 7 1/2 P.M., exchanged signals with steamship Nashville, for Charleston.
New York Times, March 7, 1861
Cleared March 4, 1861.
Steamships Nashville, Murray, Charleston, Spofford Tileston & Co.: Karnak, (Br.,)
Le Measurier, Naseau, E. Cunard; Empire City, Brown, Indianola, M.O. Roberts.
New York Times, April 26, 1861
Schr. Smithsonian, Davis, Charleston 4 ds., with naval stores to Jonas Smith & Co.
24th inst., off Chincoteague, saw steamship Marion, with brig-of-war Perry in tow;
also, another steamship bound S. No excitement at Charleston. The steamship Nashville
lay at her wharf, idle.
Steamships Africa, (Br.,) Cook, Liverpool; E. Cunard; Nashville, Murray, Charleston
Spofford, Tileston & Co
New York Times, March 20, 1861.
Steamship Nashville, Murray, Charleston, with mdse. and passengers to Spofford, Tileston
New York Times, April 5, 1861. (Friday)
Passengers Arrived. April 4.
In steamship Nashville, from Charleston -- J.A. Shelton, W.J. Denley, M. Cleman,
J.E. Lockwood, Mrs. Pennington and son, C. Legoe, G.W. Hendy, Mrs. Hendy and daughter.
C. Peck, Miss A. Smith, Miss K. Cook, S.N. Fresenthick, C.K. Ganion and servant,
F.A. Farley and lady, J.B. Barclay, H.M. Smith, M.P. Denlos and lady, Wm. Haseltine,
Mrs. Loomis, J. Harris, Capt. Dinane, 17 steerage, and 9 colored.
New York Times, March 2, 1861.
Steamship Nashville, Murray, Charleston, with mdse and passengers to Spofford, Tileston
& Co. Feb. 28, 3 A.M., off Lookout, signalized steamship Keystone State; 5 P.M.,
N. of Hatteras, exchanged signals with steamship Florida, both for Savannah. 1st
inst., 3 A.M., exchanged signals with steamship Columbia, hence for Charleston.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.; Cleared. Arrived Below. Sailed. By Telegraph. Spoken, & c.
NEW-YORK....SATURDAY, April 13.
Steamship Marion, Adkins, Charleston, with mdse. and passengers to Spofford, Tileston
& Co. April 11, 5 1/2 P.M. 20 miles S. of Lightship, off Frying-pan Shoals, passed
steamship Atlantic, bound S.; 7 P.M., exchanged signals with steamship Nashville,
hence for Charleston.