On our side, no one was injured except Colonel Ellet, who had performed such unexampled feats with his little rams.
Mrs. Ellet in her sketch of Mrs. Clark says a week was spent at this place.
Whether old Mr. Ellet was satisfied with her physical and mental progress, Ruth had no means of knowing.
“Take her aft the wheelhouse,” says Colonel Ellet to the pilot.
Very generous of you,” said Mr. Ellet, infinitely relieved; “very.
Colonel Ellet was the only one injured on board the Union fleet.
Mrs. Ellet's Domestic History of the Revolution, pages 106-116.
Yes, I know,” said Mr. Ellet; “but you are better off than I am, doctor.
Another of Ellet's rams ran at full speed into the General Lovell, cutting her in twain.
Here I was placed under the charge of Colonel Ellet, a (p. 465) very irascible person.