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es very important to show what steps have been taken to advise Major-General Butler, and to protect North Carolina from rebel invasions. Soon after my arrival, I learned that the iron-clad was on the stocks at Edwards' Ferry, and advised the Department Commander in two communications, proposing a raid to burn it. The reply (in September) was, that the force of the Department will not permit of the proposed movement at present. September tenth, I asked for a small iron-clad. November fifteenth, 1863, I addressed Major-General Butler as follows, viz.: During a recent visit at Plymouth, I found the Senior Naval Officer somewhat nervous in consequence of a report having reached General Wessells of an examination of the Roanoke, with a view to bringing down a ram at Edwards' Ferry, some twelve or fifteen miles below Halifax. All sorts of reports are put afloat for the purpose of influencing our operations. My latest advices are that she is not yet complete. Since assumin
es very important to show what steps have been taken to advise Major-General Butler, and to protect North Carolina from rebel invasions. Soon after my arrival, I learned that the iron-clad was on the stocks at Edwards' Ferry, and advised the Department Commander in two communications, proposing a raid to burn it. The reply (in September) was, that the force of the Department will not permit of the proposed movement at present. September tenth, I asked for a small iron-clad. November fifteenth, 1863, I addressed Major-General Butler as follows, viz.: During a recent visit at Plymouth, I found the Senior Naval Officer somewhat nervous in consequence of a report having reached General Wessells of an examination of the Roanoke, with a view to bringing down a ram at Edwards' Ferry, some twelve or fifteen miles below Halifax. All sorts of reports are put afloat for the purpose of influencing our operations. My latest advices are that she is not yet complete. Since assumin