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guns by their rapid fire, and bursting shell over the parapets.
The flotilla steamers, composed of the Harriet Lane, Lieutenant-Commander Wainwright, leading; Westfield, Commander Renshaw; Owasco, Lieutenant-Commander Guest; Clifton, Lieutenant-Commander Baldwin, and Miami, Lieutenant-Commander Harrell, moved up (when the flag-officer lifted his anchor), 70 fathoms apart, and took position under the batteries; the leading vessel 500 yards off, the others closing up as the fire commenced.
At 4.45, observed your signal Retire from action, which we did.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant, John Guest, Lieutenant-Commander. Flag-officer D. G. Farragut, Commanding Flotilla.
Report of acting Lieutenant-Commander C. H. Baldwin, United States steamer Clifton.
United States Steamer, Clifton, New Orleans, May 1, 1862.
Sir — I have the honor to report that, since my arrival at Pass à l'outre, on the 18th of March, I have been employed, with little intermission, a