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ana and properly cared for. Acting-Master Edward Hooker is well spoken of for the manner in which he managed the guns of the Louisiana. The action must have lasted some time, as 137 shot, shell, stands of grape, and howitzer shell were fired from the Louisiana; and, if less justice is done the occasion than it deserves, it is because the accounts of the commanding officer are so obscure. This closes the account of the operations of the Navy in the sounds of North Carolina up to November 10th, 1862, at which time these waters were in charge of Commander H. K. Davenport. The sounds at this time were virtually in possession of the Federal Army and Navy, though the enemy would make useless raids along the banks of the rivers for the purpose of firing on the gun-boats. During the command of Flag-officer Goldsborough all the sounds had been taken possession of under the admirable management of Commander Rowan, Lieutenant Flusser and others. Newbern, Plymouth, Elizabeth City, and