under his command.
operations in the Blackwater River under Lieutenant Flusser.
the gun-boats extricate themselves from a dilemma.
notice of Lieutenant Cushing, his attack on the town of Jacksonville and his gallant defence of the Ellis.
capture of Fort Macon by the Army and Navy.
surrender of Yorktown, May 5, 1862.
co-operation of the Navy.
attack on Sewell's Point by Flag-officer Goldsborough.
evacuation of Sewell's Point and Craney Island.
Merrimac blown up by the Confederates, June 11.
Susquehanna, Seminole and Dakota anchor before Norfolk.
the retreating enemy set fire to the Navy Yard.
attack on Drury's Bluff by Commander John Rodgers with the Galena, the Monitor, and other vessels.
remarks on the services of the North Atlantic Squadron.
Flag-officer Goldsborough and Commander Rowan receive the thanks of congress.
attack on Hamilton by Lieutenant Flusser.
attack on Confederate troops at Washington, N. C., by Lieutenant R. T. Renshaw.
blowing up of the Army gun-