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rragut, Commander-in-Chief, etc. General report of Captain Bailey. United States gunboat Cayuga, at sea, May 7, 186o within a mile and a quarter before they opened on us. Capt. Bailey, in the Cayuga, Lieut. Com. Harrison, was in advance ofe surrender of the city yesterday of the Mayor, through Capt. Bailey, as the second in command. His reply was that the cityconformity with the demand made by me yesterday through Capt. Bailey, (copy No. Two.) This morning at six A. M. I sent tupon it, we will keep the stampede upon them. I send Capt. Bailey home as bearer of despatches. He has done his work nob before your city I had the honor to send to your Honor Capt. Bailey, United States Navy, second in command of this expediti representative of the Government of the United States. Capt. Bailey reported the result of an interview with yourself and t Navy Department, Washington, May 10, 1862. sir: Capt. Bailey, your second in command, has brought to the Department